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  • ISBN 0471502715
  • ISBN13 978-0471502715
  • Language English
  • Author Adam S. Wilkins
  • Publisher Wiley; 2 edition (November 13, 1992)
  • Pages 562
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Updated and expanded to address the latest trends in developmental genetics by examining the developmental biology of three model animal systems with a vast range of complexity and phylogenetic distance--the nematode, fruitfly and mouse. This edition places greater emphasis on molecular approaches to pattern and development formation; introduces key issues and questions involving developmental biology; explores the final stages of patterning.

Xv, 546 pages : 27 cm. Includes bibliographical references (pages 486-532) and index.

Xv, 546 pages : 27 cm. Past and present - Animal development: the genetic perspective - Caenorhabditis elegans: early embryogenesis - Drosophila melanogaster: from oocyte to blastoderm - Mus musculus: from oocyte to implanting blastocyst - Caenorhabditis elegans: early embryo to adult - Drosophila melanogaster: from blastoderm to imago - Mouse postimplantation development - Surface patterns: developmental genetics of the integument. Toward the future: goals, questions, and prospects.

ISBN 13: 9780471502715.

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Genetic Analysis of Development in Vertebrates Geneticists can study development in vertebrates by applying knowledge gained from the study of model invertebrates, by analyzing mutations and phenocopies of mutant.

Genetic Analysis of Development in Vertebrates Geneticists can study development in vertebrates by applying knowledge gained from the study of model invertebrates, by analyzing mutations and phenocopies of mutant genes in model vertebrates such as mice and zebrafish, and by examining the differentiation of stem cells. Body Segmentation in Drosophila Cuticle patterns -Denticle belts 61 amino Acid conserved DNA Binding Sequence Homeotic Genes  Homeotic mutations transform one segment into another; this is called homeosis. Mutation in bithorax (bx) affect two thoracic segments. Mutations in Antennapedia transform the antennae into legs.