The Resource Advances in morphogenesis, Volume 3, edited by M. Abercrombie and Jean Brachet, (electronic resource)

Advances in morphogenesis, Volume 3, edited by M. Abercrombie and Jean Brachet, (electronic resource)

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Advances in morphogenesis, Volume 3
Title
Advances in morphogenesis
Title number
Volume 3
Statement of responsibility
edited by M. Abercrombie and Jean Brachet
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Advances in Morphogenesis, Volume 3 covers the significant advances in various aspects of morphogenesis. This volume is divided into nine chapters that specifically consider the histochemical, morphological, and biochemical aspects of cell growth and development in various animal groups. The opening chapter deals with the different mechanisms of determination in the development of the gastropods. The next chapters present the model system for biochemical of morphological differentiation, including non-filamentous aquatic fungi and sea urchin. These topics are followed by discussions of the res
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EBLCP
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574.8/33
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no index present
LC call number
QH491
LC item number
.A38 1964eb
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non fiction
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dictionaries
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Advances in morphogenesis, Volume 3, edited by M. Abercrombie and Jean Brachet, (electronic resource)
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V· Morphogenetic Role of the Differences in the Ratio between the Durations of Cleavage, Gastrulation and Neurulation
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ReferencesChapter 4. Biochemical Aspects of Animalization and Vegetalization in the Sea Urchin Embryo; I. Introduction; II. Normal Development; III. Experimental Study of Morphogenesis; Iv. The Gradients; V. Respiration and Carbohydrate Catabolism; VI. Metabolism of Amino-acids and Proteins; VII. Metabolism of Nucleotides and Ribonucleic Acid; VIII. Enzymes, Mitochondria and Embryonic Development; IX. Biochemical Background of the Gradients of Reduction; X. Structural Aspects of Embryonic Determination and Differentiation; XI. Conclusion; References
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Contents
  • Front Cover; Advances in Morphogenesis; Copyright Page; Contributors to Volume 3; Table of Contents; Chapter 1. Mechanisms of Determination in the Development of Gastropods; I. Introduction; II. Ooplasmic Segregation; III. The Importance of Ooplasmic Segregation; IV. The Causality of Ooplasmic Segregation; V. Nature, Composition and Properties of the Cortex; VI. The Cortical Field; VII. The Nature of the Cortical Morphogenetic Field; VIII. The Origin of the Cortical Morphogenetic Field; IX. The Causality of Cellular Differentiation; X. Conclusions; References
  • AcknowledgementsReferences; Chapter 7. The Acrasina; V. The Grex; Acknowledgements; Summary; References; Chapter 8. Cell Divisions, Duration of Interkinetic States and Differentiation in Early Stages of Embryonic Development; Introduction; I. Cleavage Divisions. Periods of Synchronous and Asynchronous Division; II. Interaction between the Nucleus and the Cytoplasm during the Period of Cleavage; III. Morphogenetic Action of Nuclei during the Period of Asynchronous Cleavage Division; IV. The Ratio of the Duration of Different Developmental Periods
  • Chapter 2. Non-filamentous Aquatic Fungi: Model Systems for Biochemical Studies of Morphological DifferentiationI. Introduction; II. Some Aquatic Fungi Useful for Morphogenetic Studies; III. Blastocladiella emersonii-a Model System for Experimental Studies of Differentiation; IV. Summary; Acknowledgement; References; Chapter 3. Biochemical Studies on the Early Development of the Sea Urchin; I. Introduction; II. Remarks about Methods; III. Protein Synthesis During the Early Development of the Sea Urchin; IV. The Nucleic Acids; V. Some Notes on the Subcellular Components; VI. Conclusions
  • Chapter 5. The Blood of Chick Embryos: Quantitative Embryology at a Cellular LevelI. Introduction; II. Qualitative and Quantitative Data on Chick Embryo Blood Corpuscles throughout the Incubation Period; III. Autodifferentiation of Embryonic Blood-forming Tissues; References; Chapter 6. The Role of Nucleic Acids and Sulphydryl Groups in Morphogenesis (Amphibian Egg Development, Regeneration in Acetabularia); I. Introduction; II. DNA in Amphibian Eggs and Acetabularia; III. RNA Distribution and Synthesis in Amphibian Eggs and Acetabularia; IV. Sulphydryl Groups and Morphogenesis; V. Discussion
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9781483224534
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