By: Delaney Booth & Jordan Bride
The History of it
How it's Done
2. An X- or Y- bering sperm is compared to a preset criteria.
3. After a time delay, the insertion rod is charged.
4. A charge is applied at the time the cell reaches the last attached drop.
5. The charged droplets are deflected as they pass between continuously charged plates.
6. Particles not reaching the criteria drop straight down to waste.