Mechanisms of vertebrate segmentation.

@article{Keynes1988MechanismsOV,
  title={Mechanisms of vertebrate segmentation.},
  author={Roger Keynes and Claudio D Stern},
  journal={Development},
  year={1988},
  volume={103 3},
  pages={413-29}
}
That all higher organisms possess some segmental organization during their development is presumably no coincidence. Segmentation appears to be an important developmental strategy with which to build and diversify different body regions. It can be studied at many levels, ranging from molecule and genome, through cells and their interactions, to morphogenesis and whole body pattern; and there is no compelling reason for thinking that the study of any one level will prove more revealing than that… CONTINUE READING

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