J A Webber

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Xenopus embryos have been selected in which the first cleavage plane is tending strongly to correspond with that of bilateral symmetry for the future larval pattern. The two blastomeres produced by this cleavage have been separated and allowed to develop as reciprocal pairs of presumptive lateral-half isolates. The early development and the time course of(More)
Xenopus embryos have been selected in which the second cleavage is occurring in a frontal plane, i.e. one tending to lie at right angles to the prospective plane of bilateral symmetry for the body pattern. Some of these have been used to deduce a map of the disposition of materials for the normal mesodermal pattern (the normal 'fate map') by injecting(More)
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