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Metamorphosis:A Problem in Developmental Biology

Lawrence Gilbert

Metamorphosis:A Problem in Developmental Biology

by Lawrence Gilbert

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Developmental Biology,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Life Sciences - Zoology - General,
  • Science / General,
  • General,
  • Metamorphosis,
  • Metamorphosis, Biological

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages578
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10323052M
    ISBN 100306406926
    ISBN 109780306406928

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Format: Paperback. Metamorphosis A Problem in Developmental Biology. Editors: Gilbert, Lawrence (Ed Only from the sidelines could I watch the steady if slow progress of biology in penetrating the maze of molecular events by which animal tissues re­ spond to hormonal and other developmental factors.

Metamorphosis Book Subtitle A Problem in Developmental. OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages illustrations (some color) 24 cm: Contents: Metamorphosis in crustaceans / John D. Costlow, Jr. --Metamorphic changes in insects / Joan Whitten --Control of hormone production in insects / William S.

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Metamorphosis.A Problem in Developmental Biology. William Etkin and Lawrence I. Gilbert, Eds. York, xii pp., illus. $14Author: W. Ann Reynolds. Metamorphosis: A Problem in Developmental Biology | George Wald (auth.), Lawrence I.

Gilbert, Earl Frieden (eds.) | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. Molecular Biology of Amphibian Metamorphosis A New Approach to an Old Problem Yun-Bo Shi Amphibian metamorphosis has attracted the interest of developmental biologists for decades.

Its dependency on thyroid hormone (TH) makes it a unique system to study postembryonic organ development as well as hormone by: Metamorphosis A Problem in Developmental Biology.

Editors (view affiliations) we aimed to provide a broad basis upon which the experimental analysis of the developmental changes called metamorphosis could proceed. Only from the sidelines could I watch the steady if slow progress of biology in penetrating the maze of molecular events by.

In L. Gilbert and E. Frieden (eds.), Metamorphosis: A Problem in Developmental Biology. Plenum, New York, pp. – Goos H J T. Hypophysiotropic centers in the brain of amphibians and fish. Molecular biology of amphibian metamorphosis: A new approach to an old problem.

Author links open overlay panel Yun-Bo Shi. The developmental profiles of their expression and their identities suggest that these genes play important roles during metamorphosis, for example, controlling the expression of intermediate and/or TH lateresponse Cited by: Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link)Author: David Tarin.

In evolutionary developmental biology, heterochrony is any genetically controlled difference in the timing or duration of a developmental process in an organism compared to its ancestors or other organisms. This leads to changes in the size, shape, characteristics and even presence of certain organs and features.

It is contrasted with heterotopy, a change in spatial positioning of some process. Book review:A Practical guide to developmental biology Article in BioEssays 26(10) October with 7 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

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and Frieden, E., Metamorphosis, A Problem In Developmental Biology. New York: Plenum Press. Journal. Gilbert, S. Metamorphosis: The Hormonal Reactivation of Development - Developmental Biology. Abstract.

Metamorphosis refers to fundamental remodeling of the whole body, and is associated with a fundamental change in the mode of life. The new phenotype occupies a new ecological niche and colonizes a different habitat. Larvae and adults utilize different nutritional resources and often live in different : Werner A.

Müller. edition of Metamorphosis: a problem in developmental biology. A brief perusal of the Science Citation Index attests to the popularity of that seminal volume; be-tween andthe five papers on chordate metamorphosis were cited some times, with little obvious decline as the book aged.

In fact, in the papers still received This volume records the proceedings at the Fifth School of Thoracic Medicine held at the Ettore Majorana School of International Scientific Culture in March Foregathered there were a heterogeneous group comprising clinicians, pathologists, ultra-microscopists, biochemists, immunologists.

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The book is still not without faults. Any specialist who looks at a chapter in his or her Book notices METAMORPHOSIS. A PROBLEM IN DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY, 2nd edn. Edited by Lawrence 1. Gilbert and Earl Frieden. Pp. xx + Plenum Press, London, US$ This is the second edition of a work.Amphibian metamorphosis has attracted the interest of developmental biologists for decades.

Its dependency on thyroid hormone (TH) makes it a unique system to study postembryonic organ development as well as hormone action. Recent cloning o f the TH receptors and the demonstration that these receptors are transcription factors suggest that TH controls metamorphosis by regulating a Cited by: