The behaviour of embryonic chick and quail tissues in culture.

@article{Bellairs1981TheBO,
  title={The behaviour of embryonic chick and quail tissues in culture.},
  author={Ruth Bellairs and Grenham W. Ireland and Esmond J. Sanders and Claudio D Stern},
  journal={Journal of embryology and experimental morphology},
  year={1981},
  volume={61},
  pages={15-33}
}
Pieces of tissue were dissected from early chick and quail embryos (Stages XIII and XIV of Eyal-Giladi & Kochav, 1976; and stages 3-5 of Hamburger & Hamilton, 1951). These tissues were taken from three different regions of the early embryos, and from eight different regions of the older ones, and were derived mainly from the lower layer. Epiblast tissues were also used. The experiments were designed to test the ability of one tissue to penetrate another. A single tissue was grown in culture in… CONTINUE READING

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