Acknowledgments

I would like to thank David Neville and Daimark Bennett for proofreading this manuscript. Thanks to Natasha Vereshegina and Liz Benson for testing protocols, Karen Hales for figures of mutants and Cayetano Gonzalez for pictures of mutants and for the time-lapse figure.

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Fig. 10. Diagram of testes incubating in an Evostick well on a microscope slide (see

Fig. 10. Diagram of testes incubating in an Evostick well on a microscope slide (see

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