Selected Studies on Differentiation Through Gastrulation as Studied in Amphibians and Echinoderms
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The studies in this paper are taken largely from the field of experimental embryology. For convenience, I &ave d1v1ded the paper into three sections: One for selected earlier stud1es and studies employing macroscopic techniques, a second for studies of cytoplasmic differentiation on the microscopic and molecular level, and a third tor studies of nuclear d1fferentiation on the molecular level. At one time I had intended to include a review of oerta1n aspects of normal development, as well as a small amount on informat1on on cellular biology and protein synthes18 which are pertinent to this topic. Instead, since I have found so much material which Gould be included as background for this area, I will hope that the reader has a background 1n cytology and vertebrate embryology. I have also tried to make the last two sections as uncomplicated as possible.
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