DNA synthesis and epidermal differentiation in the cockroach embryo and pharate first instar larva: Moulting hormone and mitomycin

@article{Bullire1977DNASA,
  title={DNA synthesis and epidermal differentiation in the cockroach embryo and pharate first instar larva: Moulting hormone and mitomycin},
  author={F. Bulli{\`e}re and D. Bulli{\`e}re},
  journal={Journal of Insect Physiology},
  year={1977},
  volume={23},
  pages={1475-1489}
}
Abstract The second period of the life occurring in ovo , which corresponds to the end of the embryonic development and to the pharate first instar larva stage, may be divided into 4 phases with respect to DNA synthesis: the first one lasting about one week may correspond to proliferative divisions ensuring appendage growth; the second (maximal DNA synthesis) and the third correspond to the synthesis involved in spine and hair formation: the fourth one, during which the epidermis differentiates… Expand
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