Day 10: Egg Chemistry
An MRI's View
The chick is moving even more today than
yesterday. Although we can see some structures
in the egg clearly (such as the yolk, shell
membrane and albumen), the amniotic sac is
generally "stirred up" by the chick's
motion. Frame 57 is an extreme example.
Furthermore, if we take repeated images at the same
place in the egg, we see different parts of the chick
as time passes (use patience and "reacquire" many
times). Frames 29 and 65 illustrate this point.
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