But there are ways to keep cadavers useful
In Jamaica at the University of the West Indies, my laboratory in the Electron Microscopy Centre was very close to the Department of Anatomy – so close in fact that I frequently had to drop in there to pick up samples or to speak to my anatomy colleagues. On some occasions, I found the medical students very occupied with human corpses. —>—>
We see them, but do animals see united colours of Benham’s disc too?
I heard of a man who worked as a magician after World War II and in his performances used a disc with a strange pattern of black and white lines. However, when turned around and spun at high speed, the disc’s black and white pattern created the impression of faint reddish or orange, even greenish or yellowish colours in human observers. —>—>
What a Strange Idea that tumours could become mothers!
I have mentioned in a previous blog that it was possible to create mosaic specimens from the fusion of embryonic cells of different donors at an early stage of development. Such mosaic animals are often also called “chimaeras” (after the Greek mythological beast that combined features of lion, goat, and dragon) and they can be extremely useful “tools” for the genetic researcher. —>—>