The Resource Advances in morphogenesis, Volume 1, edited by M. Abercrombie and Jean Brachet, (electronic resource)

Advances in morphogenesis, Volume 1, edited by M. Abercrombie and Jean Brachet, (electronic resource)

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Advances in morphogenesis, Volume 1
Title
Advances in morphogenesis
Title number
Volume 1
Statement of responsibility
edited by M. Abercrombie and Jean Brachet
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Editor
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Language
eng
Summary
Advances in Morphogenesis, Volume 1 covers the significant advances in various aspects of morphogenesis. This book is composed of nine chapters that include discussion on cell growth, differentiation, and development. The opening chapter describes the complex process of embryonic organization, from the induction initiation to a number of differentiation processes, leading to formation of the essential part of the axial system of the embryo. The next chapters examine the basic aspects of embryology, the process of regeneration in vertebrate, the suppression of growth processes by morphostatic s
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EBLCP
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574.8/33
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LC call number
QH491
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non fiction
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Advances in morphogenesis, Volume 1, edited by M. Abercrombie and Jean Brachet, (electronic resource)
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ReferencesCHAPTER II. THE EMBRYOLOGY OF ASCIDIANS ; I. Introduction; II. The Biochemical Constituents of the Egg and Their Segregation During Development; III. The Biological Significance of the Egg Constituents; Iv. Egg Constituents and Morphogenesis; Acknowledgements; References; CHAPTER III. REGENERATION OF VERTEBRATE APPENDAGES* ; I. Introduction; II. Phylogenetic Aspects of Regeneration; III. Process of Regeneration; IV. Morphogenesis of the Blastema; V. Morphogenetic Influence of the Stump; VI. Regeneration from Quantitatively Altered Appendages; VII. Hypomorphic Regeneration
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Contents
  • Front Cover; Advances in Morphogenesis; Copyright Page; CONTRIBUTORS TO VOLUME I; PREFACE; Table of Contents; CHAPTER I.A CHEMICAL APPROACH TO THE PROBLEM OF THE ORGANIZER ; I. Introduction; II. Fine Structure of Embryonic Cells as Revealed by Electron Micrographs; III. Dorsalization by Subcytolytic Treatments; IV. Chemical Factors Operative in Heterogenous Induction; V. Inducing Ability of Fresh Samples of Subcellular Components of Amphibian Embryos; VI. RNA and Specific Induction; VII. Transmission of Mediating Factors; VIII. Significance of Some Biochemical Events; IX. Concluding Remarks
  • CHAPTER V. DETERMINING FACTORS IN CELLGROWTH: SOME IMPLICATIONS FOR MORPHOGENESIS IN PLANTSI. Introduction; II. Phases and Factors in Cell Growth; III. The Regulatory Control of Cell Growth; IV. Morphogenetic Considerations; V. Summary; Acknowledgements; References; CHAPTER VI. THE DIFFERENTIATION OF VERTEBRATE PIGMENT CELLS; I. Introduction; II. The General Problem of Cellular Differentiation; III. Cell Division in Relation to Cellular Differentiation; IV. The Morphological Characteristics of Pigment Cells; V. The Causal Analysis of Pigment Cell Differentiation
  • VI. Discussion and ConclusionReferences; CHAPTER VII. LIMB MORPHOGENESIS ; I. Introduction; II. An Hypothesis of Limb Development; III. Proximo-distal Sequence in Limb Development; IV. Mapping Presumptive Limb Areas; V. Regulatory Phenomena; VI. Cell Death in Limb Morphogenesis; VII. Tissue Mass Phenomena in Limb Development; References; CHAPTER VIII. MORPHOGENESIS OF THE VERTEBRATE EYE; I. Introduction; II. Appearance of the Primary Eye Rudiment Within the Neural Plate; III. Mechanisms of Segregation and Organization of the Primary Eye Rudiment; IV. Induction of the Lens
  • VIII. Polarity and RegenerationIX. Discussion and Conclusions; References; CHAPTER IV. ACTION OF MORPHOSTATIC SUBSTANCES AND THE ROLE OF PROTEASES IN REGENERATING TISSUES AND IN TUMOUR CELLS; I. Specific Modification of the Growth of Regenerates and Tumours by Chemical Factors; II. Combined Action of Several Inhibitory Substances and the Total Suppression of Growth; III. Proteases of Growing Tissues and the Regulation of Growth Processes; IV. The Aspects of Chemically-induced Growth Inhibition; References
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