Vertebrate Embryology

Vertebrate Embryology

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The real Hans Spemann, German embryologist (1869-1941), developed a concept of embryonic induction through his experiments on early amphibian embryos which demonstrated neural induction by the primary organizer and evocation of the lens by the optic vesicle. For his discovery of the qorganizera€ he was awarded the Nobel Peace in Physiology and Medicine in 1935, while he was Professor of Zoology at Freiburg, Germany. In the twenties and early thirties Spemann's laboratory was a mecca for students and investigators entering the new field of experimental embryology.The sex of a toad and of a pullet can be reversed. 9. Draw and label fully: 1. ... A diagrammatic sketch (ventral view) of the six pairs of aortic arches in the mammalian embryo connected medially to the ventral aorta (aortae) and laterally to theanbsp;...

Title:Vertebrate Embryology
Author: Richard Marshall Eakin
Publisher:Univ of California Press - 1978-01-01

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