Current Topics in Developmental Biology

Other | July 1, 1999

byPedersen, Roger A., Roger A. Pedersen

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Current Topics in Developmental Biologyprovides a comprehensive survey of the major topics in the field of developmental biology. The volumes are valuable to researchers in animal and plant development, as well as to students and professionals who want an introduction to cellular and molecular mechanisms of development. The series has recently passed its 30-year mark, making it the longest-running forum for contemporary issues in developmental biology.

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Current Topics in Developmental Biologyprovides a comprehensive survey of the major topics in the field of developmental biology. The volumes are valuable to researchers in animal and plant development, as well as to students and professionals who want an introduction to cellular and molecular mechanisms of development. The series has ...

Format:OtherDimensions:211 pages, 1 × 1 × 1 inPublished:July 1, 1999Publisher:Academic PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0080584691

ISBN - 13:9780080584690

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Table of Contents

H. Nishida, J. Morokuma, and T. Nishikata, Maternal Cytoplasmic Factors for Generation of Unique Cleavage Patterns in Animal Embryos.
E. Del Campillo, Multiple Endo -1,4- b -d-glucanase (Cellulase) Genes inArabidopsis.
C. Viebahn, The Anterior Margin of the Mammalian Gastrula: Comparative and Phylogenetic Aspects of Its Role in Axis Formation and Head Induction.
D.A. Weisblat, F.Z. Huang, D.E. Isaksen, N.-J.L. Liu, and P. Chang, The Other Side of the Embryo: An Application of the Non-D Quadrants in Leech Embryos.
S.J. Wright, Sperm Nuclear Activation During Fertilization.
F.M. Vaccarino, M.L. Schwartz, R. Raballo, J. Rhee, and R. Lyn-Cook, Fibroblast Growth Factor Signaling Regulates Growth and Morphogenesis at Multiple Steps During Brain Development.
Index.
Contents of Previous Volumes.