Caenorhabditis elegans is a species of soil-dwelling nematode (roundworm) used as a model organism in molecular genetics and developmental biology. It is predominantly hermaphroditic (can self-fertilize) and it is transparent, allowing the position and fate of every cell in the body to be mapped.
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