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Nucleokinesis in Tangentially Migrating Neurons Comprises Two Alternating Phases: Forward Migration of the Golgi/Centrosome Associated with Centrosome Splitting and Myosin Contraction at the Rear
During rodent cortex development, cells born in the medial ganglionic eminence (MGE) of the basal telencephalon reach the embryonic cortex by tangential migration and differentiate as interneurons.Expand
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Cell and molecular mechanisms involved in the migration of cortical interneurons
Since the discovery that the vast majority of the GABA‐containing interneurons of the cerebral cortex arise in the subpallium, considerable effort has been put into the description of the preciseExpand
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Role of myo-inositol phosphate synthase and sucrose synthase genes in plant seed development.
The aim of this review is to highlight the role of myo-inositol phosphate synthase (MIPS), which catalyses the first step in inositol biosynthesis and of sucrose synthase (Sus), an enzyme involved inExpand
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Gene expression and genetic analysis during higher plants embryogenesis
Analyse genetique et expression de genes au cours de l'embryogenese chez les plantes superieures. Cette revue decrit et discute les recentes etudes ciblant l'analyse des processus de l'embryogeneseExpand
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Nocodazole-Induced Changes in Microtubule Dynamics Impair the Morphology and Directionality of Migrating Medial Ganglionic Eminence Cells
We have shown previously that actomyosin contractility plays an important role in controlling nuclear movements in future interneurons born in the medial ganglionic eminence (MGE) [Bellion et al.: JExpand
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Screening for resistance to Ascochyta blight in populations of Phaseolus coccineus L. and P. polyanthus Greenman
Abstract Ascochyta disease is a serious constraint of the cultivation of the common bean, Phaseolus vulgaris L., particularly in the Andean region. In this study, we describe the fungus, the plantExpand
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Progressive neurogenesis defines lateralis somatotopy
Fishes and amphibians localize hydromechanical variations along their bodies using the lateral‐line sensory system. This is possible because the spatial distribution of neuromasts is represented inExpand
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Analyse génétique et expression de gènes au cours de l'embryogenèse chez les plantes supérieures
This review describes and discusses recent attempts to analyze the embryogenesis process in higher plants, through combination of descriptive, experimental, and genetic approach. Analysis of geneExpand
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