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Early amphibian development

Early amphibian development

papers presented at a meeting of the British Society for Developmental Biology at the University of Glasgow, U.K., on M arch 25th and 26th, 1985

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Published by The Company of Biologists Limited, 1985. in Cambridge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Developmental biology -- Periodicals.,
  • Embryology -- Periodicals.,
  • Morphology (Animals) -- Periodicals.,
  • Biology -- Periodicals.,
  • Growth -- Periodicals.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Jonathan Slack.
    SeriesThe journal of embryology and experimental morphology -- Vol. 89
    ContributionsSlack, Jonathan., British Society for Deveolpmental Biology., Company of Biologists.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination388p. :
    Number of Pages388
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19901639M

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Papers presented at a meeting of the British Society for Developmental Biology at the. This differentiation is required for the early mammalian embryo to adhere to the uterus (Figure ).

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Here's the strange thing about amphibian evolution: You wouldn't know it from the small and rapidly dwindling population of frogs, toads, and salamanders alive today, but for tens of millions of years spanning the late Carboniferous and early Permian periods, amphibians were the dominant land animals on Earth.

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CHAPTER 10 Early Development and Axis Formation in Amphibians Early Amphibian Development Mechanisms of Axis Determination in Amphibians 30 6 Fertilization and cortical rotation How does the organizer form. Unequal radial holoblastic cleavage Functions of the Organizer 31 2 The Mid-Blastula Transition: Preparing for Induction of neural ectoderm and dorsal.

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Amphibians and Fish: Early Development and Axis Formation EARLY AMPHIBIAN DEVELOPMENT Fertilization, Cortical Rotation, and Cleavage Unequal radial holoblastic cleavage The mid-blastula transition: Preparing for gastrulation Amphibian Gastrulation Vegetal rotation and the invagination of the bottle cells The word "amphibian" is derived from the Ancient Greek term ἀμφίβιος (amphíbios), which means "both kinds of life", ἀμφί meaning "of both kinds" and βιος meaning "life".

The term was initially used as a general adjective for animals that could live on land or in water, including seals and otters.

Traditionally, the class Amphibia includes all tetrapod vertebrates that are Clade: Batrachomorpha. Amphibians have a moist, permeable skin that is achieved via mucus glands that keep the skin lubricated in order to perform cutaneous respiration.

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