File:Experimental chamber for studying chemotaxis in response to laminar flow.ogv

Experimental_chamber_for_studying_chemotaxis_in_response_to_laminar_flow.ogv(Ogg Theora video file, length 1 min 1 s, 640 × 480 pixels, 317 kbps)

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English: Laminar flow in a chemotaxic chamber. Chemotaxis refers to an organism's movement in response to a chemical stimulus.
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Source Video S1 from Readman G, Owen S, Murrell J, Knowles T (2013). "Do Fish Perceive Anaesthetics as Aversive?". PLOS ONE. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0073773. PMC: 3781131.
Author Readman G, Owen S, Murrell J, Knowles T
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