Corals lose their mouth structures when brachyury is inhibited

30 Sep 2016
Corals lose their mouth structures when brachyury is inhibited. This figure depicts a coral embryo with fully functional brachyury on the left and a coral embryo containing the inhibited gene on the right. The yellow circle shows the area where the mouth structure is expected.

Corals lose their mouth structures when brachyury is inhibited. This figure depicts a coral embryo with fully functional brachyury on the left and a coral embryo containing the inhibited gene on the right. The yellow circle shows the area where the mouth structure is expected.

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