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Anatomy Students Have Fun “Sea-ing” Urchin Fertilization

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Anatomy Students Have Fun "Sea-ing" Urchin Fertilization

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There was much oohing and ahhing and “oh, wowing” today as students in Dee Lamphear’s D-period Anatomy-Physiologyclass observed the fertilization process of East coast sea urchins.

“Surprisingly, urchins have eggs and sperm similar in size to humans,” says Lamphear.¬† “So it’s a great way for students to learn about the reproductive process.”

“This is so cool!” was the popular sentiment of the class, which let out a collective groan when the dismissal bell rang…

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