[Regeneration, differentiation and moulting hormones in the cockroach embryo cultured in vitro].

@article{Bullire1977RegenerationDA,
  title={[Regeneration, differentiation and moulting hormones in the cockroach embryo cultured in vitro].},
  author={F. Bulli{\`e}re and D. Bulli{\`e}re},
  journal={Wilhelm Roux's archives of developmental biology},
  year={1977},
  volume={182 3},
  pages={
          255-275
        }
}
1. The second moulting cycle of the cockroach embryo may be divided into 2 parts: during the first one, regeneration of appendages is possible in embryos cultured in vitro; it is not possible during the second part. 2. Regeneration takes place inside the cuticle of the stump in 4 phases: 1) epidermal wound healing; 2) morphallaxis; 3) growth by cell proliferation; 4) secretion of the cuticle. 3. The regenerative capacity does not seem to depend on hormonal secretions and is apparently an… Expand
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