Cell movement in intact and regenerating planarians. Quantitation using chromosomal, nuclear and cytoplasmic markers.

Abstract

One of the tenets of Wolff and Dubois' 'neoblast theory' of planarian regeneration (Wolff & Dubois, 1948) is that blastema is mainly formed by the accumulation of undifferentiated parenchymal cells (neoblasts) that can migrate, if needed, over long distances to the wound. That neoblasts migrate was claimed by these authors after partial X-irradiation, and… (More)

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@article{Sal1985CellMI, title={Cell movement in intact and regenerating planarians. Quantitation using chromosomal, nuclear and cytoplasmic markers.}, author={Emili Sal{\'o} and Jaume Bagu{\~n}{\'a}}, journal={Journal of embryology and experimental morphology}, year={1985}, volume={89}, pages={57-70} }