To produce chimeric hydra consisting of ectoderm from one strain and endoderm from a different strain. The procedure involves vital staining, grafting, and microsurgery. Nitrogen mustard-treated host animals are used to support the growth of small chimeras.
KeywordsHost Animal Nitrogen Mustard Fish Line Glass Micropipet Vital Staining
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