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In later decades, researchers described other worm species that dropped segments from several chromosomes during early rounds of cell division in embryos. “But they didn’t have the technology to really explore it,” says Richard Davis, an emeritus molecular biologist at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, in Aurora.