C. Seidman, Introduction.
I. Origins and Early Morphogenesis:
P.P.L. Tam and G.C. Schoenwolf, Cardiac Fate Maps: Lineage Allocation, Morphogenetic Movement, and Cell Commitment.
T. Mikawa, Cardiac Lineages.
II. Cardiac Induction:
T.J. Mohun and L.M. Leong, Heart Formation and the Heart Field in Amphibian Embryos.
T.M. Schultheiss and A.B. Lassar, Vertebrate Heart Induction.
III. Genetic Dissection of Heart Development:
R. Bodmer and M. Frasch, Genetic Determination in Drosophilia Heart Development.
J. Alexander and D.Y.R. Stainier, Mutations Affecting Cardiac Development in Zebrafish.
R.P. Harvey, C. Biben, and D.A. Elliott, Transcriptional Control and Pattern Formation in the Developing Vertebrate Heart: Studies on NK-2 Class Homeodomain Factors.
B.L. Black and E.N. Olson, Control of Cardiac Development by the Family of MEF2 Transcription Factors.
D. Srivastava, Segmental Regulation of Cardiac Development by the Basic Helix-Loop-Helix Transcription Factors dHAND and eHAND.
IV. Normal and Abnormal Morphogenesis:
C.H. Mjaatvedt, H. Yamamura, A. Wessels, A. Ramsdell, D. Turner, and R.R. Markwald, Mechanisms of Segmentation, Septation and Remodeling of the Tubular Heart: Endocardial Cusion and Cardiac Looping.
M.L. Kirby, Contribution of Neural Crest to Heart and Vessel Morphology.
A.F.M. Moorman and W.H. Lamars, Development of the Conduction System of the Vertebrate Heart.
S.W. Kubalak and H.M. Sucov, Retinoids in Heart Development.
O. Cleaver and P.A. Krieg, Molecular Mechanisms of