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On right, the same individual after one day showing how the originally all green bud has migrated upward onto white region, becoming half white in the process. (From Shostak, 1967. ) development may be arranged seriatim along the body of one parent, budding is a remarkably efficient means of expanding the population. How the direction of this bud migration is controlled has recently been investigated by Stanley Shostak at the University of Pittsburgh. By grafting bud-bearing segments of hydras back into the organism upside down, he has been able to show that the buds now migrate upward instead of downward with respect to the animal as a whole.