Tuesday, February 2, 2010

How Genetics Works

DO WE REALLY NEED a better example of how genetics works? I think not.

Via Reinikainen’s Blog.

16 comments:

Hilary said...

Very cute.

Maureen said...

perfect.

megan said...

I love your blog so much. It's by far my favorite... it brings me such simple clear moments of joy on a regular basis. It serves as a modern day cabinet of curiosities in the best possible way. Thank you so much.

gaelikaa said...

Well,that's delightful! Well done! And congrats on POTW mention!

Cricket said...

Ha. It took me a minute but that photo is classic. Congratulations on potw.

Alix said...

Absolutely fabulous. LOVE it! And so worthy of your Post Of The Week recognition from Hilary.

Congratulations. That really made me smile!

slommler said...

Now this is terrific!! LOL!! Love it!!
Congrats on your POTW award.
Hugs
SueAnn

Daryl said...

Congrats on POTW mention from Hilary

ladyfi said...

Hilarious! And an adorable example...

Big Hair Envy said...

Precious!

Robin's Nesting Place said...

I agree, perfect.

deb said...

Visiting from Hilary's blog.
Congratulations on the POTW.

This is a make me smile and think post... thank you!

She Writes said...

Congrats on the PotW mention. Fun shot!

John Foster said...

WOW!!! I am so excited... 13 comments from Hilary readers, and all women! Oh my! ;-)

tattytiara said...

Ha! Marvelous!

Land of shimp said...

Well spotted, and guaranteed to induce a smile. Thank you for helping to start my day with one! One of the things I like about the photo is I'm not sure of the time period for it. It's crisp enough to be a digital image but the scene suggests that the small genetic specimen likely has specimens of his/her own at this point.

What a fun, timeless sort of picture. Congratulations on being mentioned over at Hilary's blog! Not only is it a fun picture, it's a witty presentation.

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