Gastric-brooding frog

Gastric-brooding frog

The come back

Fastbook Publishing ( 24.04.2013 )

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Latest scientific news 2013: Australian scientists have successfully revived and reactivated the genome of an extinct frog known as the Rheobatrachus silus . In fact, the scientists have implanted cell nuclei from tissues collected in the 1970s and kept them ina conventional deep freezer for 40 years into donor eggs from a distantly-related frog . Throughout this project, which the scientific experts refer to as the Lazarus project, the scientists have experienced the sight of some of the eggs which have divided and grown to early embryo stage. Scientific analysts have carried out multiple tests which do confirm that the dividing cells contain genetic material from the extinct frog. Basically, the Rheobatrachus silus is one of only two species of gastric-brooding frogs or Platypus frogs. The Rheobatrachus silus is native to Queensland, Australia. According to research, the Rheobatrachus silus became extinct in the mid-1980s...

Buch Details:

ISBN-13:

978-613-0-15293-2

ISBN-10:

6130152930

EAN:

9786130152932

Buchsprache:

English

Herausgegeben von:

Edward R. Miller-Jones

Seitenanzahl:

104

Veröffentlicht am:

24.04.2013

Kategorie:

Biologie