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Chapter 2 The Transcription of Genetic Information in the Spiralian Embryo
Chapter 3 Some Genetic and Biochemical Aspects of the Regulatory Program for Slime Mold Development ...
Chapter 4 The Molecular Basis of Differentiation in Early Development of Amphibian Embryos ...
Chapter 5 The Culture of Free Plant Cells and Its Significance for Embryology and Morphogenesis ...
Chapter 6 Genetic and Variegation Mosaics in the Eye of Drosophila
Chapter 7 Biochemical Control of Erythroid Cell Development
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Page ix - The point of faith is: make the polypeptide sequences at the right time and in the right amounts, and the organization will take care of itself. This is not far from suggesting that a cell will crystallize itself out of the soup when the right components are present.