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Figure 7. The Final 14 Members of the Shortened Axis Phenotypic Class This class can be subdivided into six synphenotype groups, as indicated in Figure 3 and Table 4. The figure shows examples of the second three synphenotype groups (short axis surviving to tadpole, normal body short tail, and proportionately small) at tadpole stages 35�41. doi:10.1371/journal.pgen.0020193.g007

Image published in: Rana AA et al. (2006)

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