Colored chart showing the emergence of terminally differentiated cells in <i>C. elegans</i> from 200 to 400 minutes of embryogenesis.

2016-08-27T20:00:01Z (GMT) by DevoWorm
<div>Emergence of Terminally Differentiated Cells in each cell type class, relative to the 400 minutes of embryogenesis. be 200 to 300 minute period is sampled at 5-minute intervals, while the 300 to 400 minute period is sampled at 30-minute intervals. Bottom of figure is labeled with the corresponding developmental stages and images of the embryo during select times.</div><div><br></div><div>Data sources:</div><div>[A] Cell Lineage and Timing Data, Nikhil Bhatla @ WormWeb.</div><div><br></div><div>[B] Annotations of Terminally Differentiated Cells. Stephen Larson & Mark Watts @ PyOpenWorm. OpenWorm Foundation.</div><div><br></div><div>References:</div><div>[1] Picture for 200 minute embryo (beginning of Gastrulation). Hartwell, L.H., Hood, L., Goldberg, M.L., Reynolds, A.E., and Silver, L.M. Genetics: from genes to genomes. 4th Edition. Genetic Portrait C, Caenorhabditis elegans: Genetic Portrait of a Simple Multicellular Animal.  Accessed on August 27, 2016.</div><div><br></div><div>[2] Pictures of Closure of Ventral Cleft and Dorsal Intercalation. Figure 3 in Epithelial System Hypodermis (Epidermis), WormAtlas.  Accessed on August 26, 2016.</div><div><br></div><div>[3] Pictures of Comma Stage embryo and Embryogenesis Stage Information. Figure 1 in Chisholm, A.D. and Hardin, J. Epidermal Morphogenesis, WormBook.  Accessed on August 27, 2016.</div>