Ciba Foundation Symposium 40 - Embryogenesis in Mammals by Ciba Foundation

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Chapter 1 creation (pages 1–3): Anne McLaren
Chapter 2 decision in the course of Embryogenesis (pages 5–25): R. L. Gardner and J. Rossant
Chapter three Developmental possibilities of the Germ Layers in Mammals (pages 27–45): N. Skreb A. Svajgert and B. Levak?Svajger
Chapter four progress from Fertilization to start within the Mouse (pages 47–51): Anne McLaren
Chapter five Embryo progress throughout the fast Postimplantation interval (pages 53–70): M. H. L. Snow
Chapter 6 telephone Migration in Early Vertebrate improvement Studied in Interspecific Chimeras (pages 71–114): Nicole Le Douarin
Chapter 7 Genetic edition of ??Glucuronidase Expression in the course of Early Embryogenesis (pages 115–131): Verne M Chapman, David Adler, Cesar Labarca and Linda Wudl
Chapter eight Genetic results on Mammalian improvement in the course of and After Implantation (pages 133–154): Roger A. Pedersen and Akiko I. Spindle
Chapter nine Morphological effects of Trisomy in Mammals (pages 155–175): A. Gropp
Chapter 10 the looks of Cell?Surface Antigens within the Developmentof the Mouse Embryo: A research of Cell?Surface Differentiation (pages 177–197): Michael Edidin
Chapter eleven Electron Microscopy of cellphone institutions in T?Locus Mutants (pages 190–239): Martha Spiegelman
Chapter 12 ‘Transdifferentiation’ of Vertebrate Cells in cellphone tradition (pages 241–258): Goro Eguchi
Chapter thirteen Hormone?Like Factor(s) in Mesenchymal Epithelial Interactions in the course of Embryonic improvement (pages 259–273): William J. Rutter and Raymond L. Pictet
Chapter 14 law of Mesenchymal mobile progress in the course of Human Limb Morphogenesis via Glycosaminoglycan?Adenylate Cyclase interplay on the mobile floor (pages 275–300): Robert O. Kelley and Gene C. Palmer

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1972) DNA synthesis in the preimplantation mouse embryo. J. Embryol. Exp. Morphol. 2,431-445 BOWMAN,P. & MCLAREN, A. (1970) Cleavage rate of mouse embryos in vivo and in vitro. J. Embryol. Exp. Morphol. 24, 203-207 BUEHR,M. & MCLAREN, A. (1974) Size regulation in chimacric moiise embryos. J. Embryol. Exp. Morphol. 31, 229-234 GARDNER, R. L. E. (1975) Differentiation in the trophectoderm and inner cell mass, in The Early Development of Mammals (2nd Symp. Br. Dev. ) (Balls, M. ), pp. C. M. (1974) Effect of delayed implantation on dry weight and lipid content of mouse blastocysts.

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5 3 4 6 This paper and the next one, by M. H. L. Snow, are discussedjointly on pp. 66-70. Embryogenesis in Mammals Editors : Katherine Elliott (Organizer) and Maeve O'Connor Copyright 0 1976 Ciba Foundntion Embryo growth during the immediate postimplantation period M. H. L. SNOW MRC Mammulian Development Unit, University College London Abstract In the three days after the onset of implantation, development in the mouse is extensive and rapid. The formation of the 74-day egg cylinder requires an increase in tissue volume from the 44-day blastocyst of about 5ocl-fold.

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