Google Embryo for Building Quantitative Understanding of an Embryo As It Builds Itself. I. Lessons from Ganymede and Google Earth

Biological Theory 4 (4):390-395 (2009)
Abstract
Google Earth allows us to obtain a new vision of the planet we live on, with an ability to zoom in from space to ground level detail at any point on Earth. As it is only recently that we have been able to look toward the Earth from space, we review instead the history of imaging of the Jupiter moon Ganymede, another globe, first seen by Galileo. Observations of Ganymede are mined for lessons on the importance and impact of improving imaging technology. Similarly, new insights may await us when we have proper tools for quantitatively looking at another unexplored globe, the embryo, in a sense for the first time
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