Red light, green light
Early experiments by the CSIRO utilized an eco-friendly protein to look for the intercourse of the chick. Here, a 2.5-day old chicken embryo glows green under a fluorescent lamp.
Those cells currently have hereditary material, chromosomes saturated in genes, genes saturated in DNA. Just like people, chicken chromosomes determine intercourse. In cases where a chicken gets two Z chromosomes, it will be male. It will be female if it receives a Z and a W chromosome. That offers CSIRO’s hereditary designers a target: the feminine Z chromosome that is passed on to chicks that are male. Continue reading When a fertilized egg is laid, the chick inside is nothing but big money of 60,000 cells