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Normal table of Xenopus laevis (Daudin). A systematical and chronological survey of the development from the fertilized egg till the end of metamorphosis.
A Systematical and Chronological Survey of the Development from the Fertilized Egg till the End of Metomorphosis
Normal table of Xenopus laevis.
This is an excellent short but remarkably complete summary of the embryology of this African frog that has become a laboratory animal.
Fins and (Mis)fortunes: Managing shark populations for sustainability and food sovereignty
Abstract Sharks are simultaneously a subsistence food and a luxury item. Shark fins are consumed during special occasions among primarily the East Asian elite, whereas shark meat is consumed by many
From DNA transcription to visible structure: What the development of multicellular animals teaches us
The problem of the relation between the genetic information contained in the DNA and the emergence of visible structure in multicellular animals is concerned in a reappraisal of the data of experimental embryology, considering molecular, cellular and organismal aspects.
Differentiation capacities of the labial imaginal disc ofDrosophila melanogaster
The present analysis confirms the fundamental morphological correspondence of the medi- and distiproboscis with the labium of other insects, and the fundamental developmental correspondence ofThe labial, antennal, and leg discs.