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Mechanisms of development / Richard G. Ham, Marilyn J. Veomett.

; Veomett, Marilyn J., 1946- author
St. Louis : Mosby, 1980.
ISBN 9780801620225, 0801620228

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George Washington
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
QH 491 .H33 (show me on map) Off-site
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
QH491 .H33 Off-site
Other Authors Veomett, Marilyn J., 1946-
Subjects Biology.
Developmental biology.
Description xii, 843 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Copyright Date 1980.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents pt. 1. Basic concepts -- Life cyles and development -- Embryology and morphogenesis -- Cellular differentiation -- part 2. Molecular mechanisms that control gene expression -- Gene expression and its regulation in prokaryotic cells -- Organization of the eukaryotic genome -- Does the genome change during differentiation? -- Control of gene expression at the transcriptional level -- Origin of cytoplasmic messenger RNA -- Controls acting at the cytoplasmic levels -- part 3. Control signals in differentiation -- Growth and behavior of differentiated cells in culture -- Analysis of controls of the differentiation in cultured cells -- Cell differentiation in the embryo: mosaic and regulative patterns of development -- Embryonic induction -- Hormonal mechanisms in cellular differentiation -- part 4. Morphogenesis -- Cellular movement and changes in cellular shape -- Cellular adhesion and sorting -- Growth control -- Cell death and elimination of unneeded tissues -- part 5. Analysis of selected developmental processes -- Germ cells, gametes, and fertilization -- Sex differentiation -- Limb development in the chick -- Development of Drosophila -- Development of the cellular slime mold Dictostelium discoideum -- Aging -- part 6. Overview -- What next?
Network Numbers (OCoLC)5101851
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WorldCat Identities Ham, Richard G., 1932-
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