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Right Hand-Left Hand: On the Origins of asymmetry in vertebrates
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Experimental work in developmental biology has recently shown that fluid flow driven by rotating cilia is responsible for determining the normal development of the leftright axis. The role of physics, in particular, of fluid dynamics, in the process is one of the important questions that remain to be answered.
This talk is part of the Monday Mechanics Seminars (DAMTP) series.
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