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The process by which a single cell−the fertilized ovum−becomes a fully formed and functional infant is one of the marvels of life. Its course−involving cellular proliferation and differentiation, tissue twisting and folding, cell cluster expansion and regression−is complex almost beyond comprehension. This exhibit illustrates some of the anomalies that occur when this process goes awry.

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