Gonadal Asymmetry and Sex Determination in Birds

@article{Guioli2014GonadalAA,
  title={Gonadal Asymmetry and Sex Determination in Birds},
  author={S. Guioli and S. Nandi and D. Zhao and J. Burgess-Shannon and R. Lovell-Badge and Michael Clinton},
  journal={Sexual Development},
  year={2014},
  volume={8},
  pages={227 - 242}
}
  • S. Guioli, S. Nandi, +3 authors Michael Clinton
  • Published 2014
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Sexual Development
  • Although vertebrates display a superficial bilateral symmetry, most internal organs develop and locate with a consistent left:right asymmetry. There is still considerable debate as to when this process actually begins, but it seems that, at least for some species, the initial steps occur at a very early stage of development. In recent years, a number of model systems, including the chick embryo, have been utilised to increase our understanding of the molecular basis of this complex… CONTINUE READING
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