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Posts by Melinda

Development of electroreceptors: a “sixth sense”

Posted by , on 23 May 2011

Hi there! My name is Melinda, and I’m a postdoctoral researcher at Cambridge University in the UK in the lab of Dr. Clare Baker ( I’ve just wrapped up my ...

Recent comments by Melinda

Especially considering much of their length is their paddle! The eggs start out about 1-2 mm, and the embryos grow to about 10-12 mm by the time they start feeding (it takes about 14 days from fertilization to feeding, depending on temp). The ones in the video are only 2 months old, and they are about 120 mm. So still lots of growing to do!
by Melinda in Development of electroreceptors: a “sixth sense” on May 24, 2011