C. elegans movement




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Published on Jun 19, 2013

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While these may look like zombie worms stuck in a loop, these are actually MUTANT C. elegans. Keep watching to see their interesting/ghoulish movement patterns.

The C. elegans Behavior Kit allows students to work with and learn about C. elegans, one of the most studied model organisms and the first multicellular organism to have its complete genome sequenced.

Key Features and Benefits

With this kit, students are able to:

• Get hands-on experience with a model eukaryotic organism
• Observe and study the life cycle of C. elegans
• Utilize their microscope skills
• Learn how to subculture
• Learn about genetics and its effect on behavior
• Discover the connection between learning, the daf-18 gene, and the AIY and ASE neurons


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