Advances in Morphogenesis - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9781483199542, 9781483224572

Advances in Morphogenesis

1st Edition

Volume 7

Editors: M. Abercrombie Jean Brachet Thomas J. King
eBook ISBN: 9781483224572
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 1st January 1968
Page Count: 352
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Description

Advances in morphogenesis, Volume 7 considers the significant advances in various aspects of morphogenesis. This volume is composed of eight chapters that specifically cover the concept of blastogenesis and tissue regeneration. The introductory chapter presents the evidence suggesting that the mechanism involved in the initiation of growth in compensatory hypertrophy may not be the same as that in wound healing. The succeeding two chapters deal with certain morphogenetic aspects of the crown gall problem and the development of the innervation of the tetrapod limb by combined observations of behavior with histological studies. These topics are followed by discussions on the synthesis of mRNA during embryonic development, aspects of blastogenesis, and phases of amphibian limb regeneration. The concluding chapters examine the main features of the induction of the development of kidney tubules in the metanephrogenic mesenchyme and the utilization of the developing Fucus egg as a prototype of the localization phenomenon. This book is directed primarily toward developmental biologists.

Table of Contents


Contributors to Volume 7

Growth Induced by Damage

I. Introduction

II. Nature of the Tissue Response to Damage

III. The Specificity of the Growth-Promoting Effects of Damage

IV. The Mechanism of Initiation of Damage-Induced Growth

V. The Relationship of Damage-Induced Growth to Compensatory Hypertrophy, to Tumor-Induced Growth, and to Embryonic Development

VI. Summary

References

Morphogenesis of Crown Gall

I. Introduction

II. The Occurrence of Crown Gall and the Characteristics of the Bacteria

III. Cell Conditioning and Tumor Induction

IV. Factors Affecting the Developmental Phase

V. Wound and Crown Gall Tissue

VI. Origin of Crown Gall

VII. Summary

References

The Development of Innervation in Tetrapod Limbs

I. Introduction

II. The Anura

III. Comparison with Mammalian Development

IV. Summary

References

Role of Messenger Ribonucleic Acid in Embryonic Development

I. Introduction

II. General Pattern of RNA Synthesis in Embryonic Development

III. Types of Messenger RNA Synthesized during Embryonic Development

IV. Release of the Genetic Information during Embryonic Development

V. Stability of Messenger RNA Present at Different Stages of Development

VI. Amount of Messenger RNA Present at Various Stages of Development

VII. Conclusions

References

Blastogenesis and Morphogenesis

I. Introduction

II. Blastogenic Localization—Physiological Isolation

III. Origin of Blastogenic Cells

IV. Blastogenesis and Somatic Continuity

V. Blastogenesis and Renewal of Germ Cells

VI. The Organization of the Bud

VII. Correlative Competition—Total Potentiality and Restricted Potentiality

VIII. Double Ontogenesis or Multiple Ontogenesis

IX. Blastogenesis and Epigenetic Evolution

X. Conclusions

General References

Special References

Amphibian Limb Regeneration

I. Introduction

II. Phases of Limb Regeneration

III. The Influence of Nerves on Limb Regeneration

IV. The Influence of Hormones on Limb Regeneration

V. Discussion and Conclusion

References

Differentiation of Kidney Mesenchyme in an Experimental Model System

I. Introduction

II. Formation of Kidney Tubules

III. Expression of Differentiation at Different Levels

IV. Discussion

V. Concluding Remarks

References

Localization in the Developing Fucus Egg and the General Role of Localizing Currents

I. Introduction

II. Factors of Polarization in the Fucus Egg

III. Localizing Electrical Currents in Other Systems

IV. Summary

References

Author Index

Topical Index


Details

No. of pages:
352
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Academic Press 1968
Published:
Imprint:
Academic Press
eBook ISBN:
9781483224572

About the Editor

M. Abercrombie

Jean Brachet

Thomas J. King