Current Topics in Developmental Biology

Current Topics in Developmental Biology, 1st Edition

Current Topics in Developmental Biology, 1st Edition,Roger Pedersen,Gerald Schatten,ISBN9780080584553

Pedersen   &   Schatten   

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The Longest-Running Public Forum for Contemporary Issues in Developmental Biology--Under New Editorial Collaboration

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This Series provides 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. This year marks a major milestone for the Series as it completes its thirtieth year of publication, making it the longest-running forum for contemporary issues in developmental biology.


Graduate students and researchers in developmental, molecular, and cell biology, as well as genetics, zoology, and agriculture.

Roger Pedersen

Affiliations and Expertise

Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Sciences, University of California, San Francisco, U.S.A.

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Gerald Schatten

Affiliations and Expertise

University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, PA, U.S.A.

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Current Topics in Developmental Biology, 1st Edition

B. Capel, The Role of SRY in Cellular Events Underlying Mammalian Sex Determination.
K. Ohlendieck and W.J. Lennarz, Molecular Mechanisms of Gamete Recognition in Sea Urchin Fertilization.
A. Trounson and A. Bongso, Fertilization and Development in Humans.
S. Moody, D.V. Bauer, A.M. Hainski, and S. Huang, Determination of Xenopus Cell Lineage by Maternal Factors and Cell Interactions.
M. Miura and J. Yuan, Mechanisms of Programmed Cell Deathin Caenorhabditis elegans and Vertebrates.
P. Martin, Mechanisms of Wound Healing in the Embryo and Fetus.
Y.-B. Shi and A. Ishizuya-Oka, Biphasic Intestinal Development in Amphibians: Embryogenesis and Remodeling during Metamorphosis.
Chapter References.
Subject Index.

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