This text, now available in FULL COLOR, presents developmental biology as an ongoing process of enquiry, giving students a sense of the ways developmental biologists gain knowledge and a taste of the challenges ahead. The first part of the text focuses on the classical methods of analysis and the stages of embryonic development from gametogenesis to histogenesis. Part Two introduces the genetic and molecular analysis of development. The final part combines classical and modern types of analysis towards the investigation of long standing problems in development. Key experiments are described throughout to reinforce the relationship between scientific models and experimental data.Figure 10.4 Schematic diagrams of cellular activities in morphogenesis. ... Lateral plates form the smooth muscle of internal organs, the connective tissues of trunk and limbs, and the circulatory ... To test their hypothesis, the combined labeled ventral marginal parts with unlabeled dorsal or dorsolateral marginal parts (Fig.
|Title||:||Analysis of biological development|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math - 2001|