Model vertebrates


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NAME

Model vertebrates

DESCRIPTION

Model vertebrates are extensively studied non-human vertebrates (species with a notochord, or vertebral column) chosen for the ease of investigating particular biological phenomena in areas such as development, physiology or disease. Research on model vertebrates provides insights that are relevant to other organisms, often including humans.

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