Biological Asymmetry and Handedness
Examines the progress of leading scientists working on various aspects of handedness in order to consider the occurrence of handedness in the biological world. Provides in-depth coverage of the origin and development of morphological asymmetry occurring in most types of living organisms.
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amino acids animal Annett anteroposterior axis Asplenia asymmetry asymmetry and handedness B-sheets bacterial Berg bilateral symmetry Bilateria Biological asymmetry brain Caenorhabditis elegans cardiac cell Cephalodiscus cerebral Chichester Ciba chiral chordates Chothia ciliary ciliates cleavage Corballis cornutes cytoplasm D-amino defects Dendrocystoides determined dexiothetism dextral dextrocardia dominance dorsal dorsoventral dynein echinoderms ectoderm elegans embryos enantiomers filament Frankel function Galaburda gastrulation gene genetic gill slits gradient hand handedness heart helical helix hemisphere human hypotrich interactions isomerism sequence Jefferies Kartagener’s syndrome laterality left and right left-handed left-handedness left-right asymmetry lineage McManus mechanism mice microtubules midline mirror-image doublet mitrates molecular molecules motor mouse mutant Nature Lond normal notochord organs packing pattern pharynx phenotype polar lobe position posterior primordia primordium protein random reversed right isomerism right-handed rotation Science Wash DC sinistral situs inversus stage structure studies Stylonychia Sulston surface tail twins ventral vertebrates visceral Wolpert Yost