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The Embryonic Development of Fish

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A film showing and explaining what happens in the egg of a fish from fertilization to hatching. Probably the most complete account of fish embryology so far recorded on film, this picture was produced with microscope and 16 mm movie camera operated at normal and time-lapse speeds. The egg (about one millimeter in diameter) is that of the common zebra fish, the shell of which is transparent. University level.

1961, 27 min 38 s

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Chris Certificate Award - Category: Education - College Level
International Film and Video Festival
September 28 1962, Columbus - USA

Chris Plaque Award
International Film and Video Festival
September 28 1962, Columbus - USA

First Prize - Category: Didactic Films
International Survey of Scientific and Didactic Films
October 30 to November 4 1961, Padova - Italy

Award of Merit
Congress of the International Cinematographic Associations Union - UNIATEC
September 25 to 27 1961, Torino - Italy

Third Prize - Category: Instructional Films
International Agricultural Film Competition
February 2 to 11 1961, Berlin - Germany

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