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Molecular and cellular basis of pattern formation
John Innes Symposium. (9th Sept., 1990 University of East Anglia)
|Other titles||Development 1991 Supplement 1.|
|Statement||edited by Keith Roberts ... [et al.].|
|Series||Development, Development (Cambridge, England)|
|Contributions||Roberts, K., British Society for Developmental Biology.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||203 p. :|
|Number of Pages||203|
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Get this from a library. Molecular and cellular basis of pattern formation: papers presented at the 9th John Innes Symposium, a joint meeting with the British Society for Developmental Biology, at the University of East Anglia, September [K Roberts; British Society for Developmental Biology.;].
Drosophila and the Molecular Genetics of Pattern Formation: Genesis of the Body Plan. It is the fly Drosophila melanogaster Fate map of a Drosophila embryo at the cellular blastoderm stage.
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Pattern formation and development in Drosophila are regulated by a large group of transcription factors characterized by Molecular and cellular basis of pattern formation book DNA-binding domain called the homeodomain (–).Their expression is controlled in a temporal and cell-specific fashion and is crucial for development.
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The regenerative capacity of flatworms has inspired centuries of inquiry in hopes of understanding and manipulating cellular regeneration in other systems. This Review proposes a unified model for the cellular and molecular basis of regeneration based on stem cells and the positional information that guides by: MOLECULAR BASIS OF INHERITANCE The DNA The Search for Genetic Material RNA World Replication Transcription Genetic Code Translation Regulation of Gene Expression Human Genome Pr oject DNA Fingerprinting In the previous chapter, you have lear nt the inheritance patterns and the genetic basis of such File Size: 2MB.
Morphogenesis (from the Greek morphê shape and genesis creation, literally, "beginning of the shape") is the biological process that causes an organism to develop its shape.
It is one of three fundamental aspects of developmental biology along with the control of cell growth and cellular differentiation, unified in evolutionary developmental biology (evo-devo). Key Topics: The book covers cell communication, DNA organization, and cytoskeletal development and function.
Following the concise LANGE format, the book follows the natural progression from histology to cell biology, while focusing on the newest research and Cited by: Indole acetic acid (auxin) is a key regulator of wood formation, and an observed overlap between auxin concentration gradient and developing secondary xylem cells has led to the hypothesis that auxin regulates wood formation by acting as a morphogen.
We dissected the role of auxin in wood formation by identifying the auxin-responsive transcriptome in wood-forming tissues and investigating Cited by: A widely used strategy is to model gene interactions at the molecular level to account for pre-cellular pattern formation, by providing positional information for cell arrangement.
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The aim in this book is to try to focus on what is currently known, and what needs to be known, in order to explain plant development in terms that allow further experimentation at the cellular and molecular levels.
We need to know where and at what level in the cell or organ the critical processes controlling development : Springer Netherlands. III Control of Shape and Directions of Growth: The Cellular Basis of form.- 4 Shape, growth directions, and surface structure.- Maintenance of shape.- The structural basis of axiality.- Formation of a new axis and changes of growth direction.- Surface structure and primordium formation.
Generation time is the time required for a cell to complete a cycle in cell division (see figure The cell cycle) and give rise to 2 daughter ant cells, particularly those arising from the bone marrow or lymphatic system, may have a short generation time, and there usually are a smaller percentage of cells in G 0 (resting phase).
Initial exponential tumor growth is followed by a. The book is divided into three parts: Part I deals with general principles, theories, and models of pattern formation; Part II examines cellular automaton modeling; and Part III explains various applications.
The models and analytic techniques described may be extended to other exciting applications in biology, medicine, and immunology. The book is organized conventionally, in the style established by Kuffler and Nicholl's () From Neuron to Brain: A Cellular Approach to the Function of the Nervous System.
Neurons and glia are illustrated as line drawings or stippled drawings; the book makes no use of colored by: 4. Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main. (, October 9). Molecular basis for memory and learning: Brain development and plasticity share similar. each can be used. After an introduction to pattern formation in general, this book develops thecellular automaton approach and showshow, undercertain conditions, one can take the continuum limit, leading to the classical partial diﬀerential equation models.
Along the way, many interesting pattern forma-tionapplicationsarepresented. The molecular and cellular basis of exostosis formation in hereditary multiple exostoses Article in International Journal of Experimental Pathology 89(5) - October with Reads.
Chapter 21 The Genetic Basis of Development Lecture Outline. Overview: From Single Cell to Multicellular Organism. The application of genetic analysis and DNA technology to the study of development has brought about a revolution in our understanding of how a complex multicellular organism develops from a single cell.
However, the mechanism underlying pattern formation remains unknown because the molecular or cellular basis of the phenomenon has yet to be identified. In this study, we identified the interaction network between the pigment cells of zebrafish, and showed that this interaction network possesses the properties necessary to form the Turing by: Fundamental mechanisms in differentiation, organogenesis, morphogenesis; and pattern formation; mechanistic approach at molecular, cellular, tissue levels of organizations.
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Drosophila, a highly versatile model with a genetic legacy of more than a century, provides powerful genetic, cellular, biochemical. Molecular evolution is the process of change in the sequence composition of cellular molecules such as DNA, RNA, and proteins across generations.
The field of molecular evolution uses principles of evolutionary biology and population genetics to explain patterns in these changes. Major topics in molecular evolution concern the rates and impacts of single nucleotide changes, neutral evolution.
Maize and Arabidopsis root apical meristems differ in several aspects of their radial organization and ontogeny. Despite the large evolutionary distance and differences in root radial patterning, analysis of the putative maize ortholog of the Arabidopsis patterning gene SCARECROW (SCR) revealed expression localized to the endodermis, which is similar to its expression in by: approaches and applications for those with expertise in molecular, cellular, and biochemical sciences, and the Environmental Health necessary to explore the molecular basis of biological events.
Control of gene expression and cellular. pattern formation, signal transduction, gene regulation, cell. Knockdown of heterochromatin protein 1 binding protein 3 recapitulates phenotypic, cellular, and molecular features of aging.
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Computational biologists develop and apply models, analyze data, and run simulations to study nucleic acid and protein sequences, biomolecular structures and functions, cellular information processing, tissue morphogenesis, and.
The overarching goals of my research program are to: (i) a thorough understanding of pattern formation by glioma and glioma stem cells and their therapeutic targeting, (ii) the discovery of novel molecular mechanisms used by glioma cells to migrate throughout individual compartments in the brain, (iii) an early phase translational clinical.
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The 6th EMBO conference on the Molecular and Cellular Basis of Regeneration and Tissue Repair took place in Paestum (Italy) on the 17thst September, The scientists who attended discussed the importance of cellular and tissue plasticity, biophysical aspects of regeneration, the diverse roles of injury-induced immune responses, strategies to reactivate regeneration in Cited by: Abstract.
We have investigated the molecular basis of elastic fiber formation on fibrillin microfibrils. Binding assays revealed high affinity calcium-independent binding of two overlapping fibrillin-1 fragments (encoded by central exons and ) to tropoelastin, which, in microfibrils, map to an exposed “arms” feature adjacent to the beads.
Multicellular organisms constantly encounter potentially harmful microorganisms. Although insects lack an adaptive immune system, they do have powerful means of fighting infections.
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Therefore, these provide important new substrates for initiating molecular and cellular studies in pdf. The species-specific patterns of silica nanofabrication indicates that there is a considerable genetic basis underlying pattern formation.
The isolation of pattern mutants will be an important approach to develop insights into how this works.Mathematical Models in Biology > Models for Development and Pattern Formation in Biological Systems.
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