Cell-cell interactions in early development
Wiley-Liss, Nov 12, 1991 - Medical - 325 pages
Presents an advanced-level overview of genetic controls and signaling mechanisms that regulate cell growth and cell-cell interactions in the early stages of development in organisms ranging from Drosphila, Xenopau, C. elegans and higher plants to higher vertebrates. Also includes cell migration, pattern formation and the relationship of cell construction to the regulation of gene expression.
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