2 edition of Self-differentiation and induction in the heart of Amblystoma found in the catalog.
Self-differentiation and induction in the heart of Amblystoma
Robert L. Bacon
Written in English
|LC Classifications||QL838 .B3|
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|Number of Pages||125|
|LC Control Number||a 45003861|
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Self-differentiation and induction in the heart of Ambystoma Article in Journal of Experimental Zoology 98(2) - May with 10 Reads How we measure 'reads'. The unilateral extirpation of the endoderm in the entire extension of the P.H.M. region detains heart differentiation of the primordium of the side operated on, forming a typical beating heart from the heterolateral by: Self-differentiation and induction in the heart of Amblystoma.
J Exp Zool 87–; Belo JA, Bachiller D, Agius E, Kemp C, Borges AC, Marques S, Piccolo S, De Robertis EM Cerberus-like is a secreted BMP and nodal antagonist not Cited by: This experimental system can be used to investigate gene expression from the molecular level to gross morphology during differentiation, aging and in various maladies in hearts of various species.
References BACON RL () Self differentiation and induction in the heart of Amblystoma. J Expl Zool Cited by: 2. Bacon, R. L.: Self-differentiation and induction in the heart of Amblystoma.
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We thank Mr. John Stroman and Miss Margaret Reid for their excellent assistance. This work was supported by Grant HE from the Heart and Lung Institute. Drs. Manasek and Monroe are re- cipients of Research Career Development Awards. REFERENCES BACON, R.
Self-differentiation and induc- tion in the heart of Amblystoma. Exp. Bacon, R. L.: Self-differentiation and induction in the heart of Amblystoma.
exp. Zool, 87– (). Google Scholar Copenhaver, W. M.: Experiments on the development of the heart of Amblystoma punctatum. exp. Zool, – The migration of the heart mesoderm and associated areas in amblystoma punctatum.
Embryonic development and induction Volume 26 of Silliman memorial lectures Volume 26 of Mrs. Hepsa Ely Silliman memorial lectures Yale University.
Mrs. Hepsa Ely Silliman memorial lectures: Author: Hans Spemann: Publisher: Yale University Press, Original from: the University of Wisconsin - Madison: Digitized: 3 Dec Length: Page 82 - I was appointed Governor of the Commonwealth, and retired from the legislature. Being elected, also, one of the visitors of William and Mary College, a self-electing body, I effected, during my residence in Williamsburg that year, a change in the organization of that institution, by abolishing the Grammar school, and the two professorships of Divinity and Oriental languages, and.
Self-differentiation and induction in the heart of Amblystoma. Bacon. Exp. Zool An experimental analysis of cardiac loop formation in the chick.
Butler. The cardiac jelly of the chick embryo. Davis. Anat. Rec A series of normal stages in the development of the chick embryo. HAMBURGER. Although the term “heart” is an English word, cardiac (heart-related) terminology can be traced back to the Latin term, “kardia.” Cardiology is the study of the heart, and cardiologists are the physicians who deal primarily with the heart.
The heart is the substance, and the world the accident: how should the heart’s shadow be the object of the heart’s desire. Is that pure heart the heart that is enamored of riches or power, or is submissive to this black earth and water of the body, or to vain fancies it worships in the darkness for the sake of fame.
The critical early development of the heart is reflected by the prominent heart bulge that appears on the anterior surface of the embryo. The heart forms from an embryonic tissue called mesoderm around 18 to 19 days after fertilization.
Mesoderm is one of the three primary germ layers that differentiates early in development that collectively. Venous Drainage of the HeartMost blood from the heart wall drains into the right atrium through the coronary sinus,which lies in the posterior part of the atrioventricular is a continuation of the great cardiac vein.
It opens into the right atrium to the left of the inferior vena cava30Jesús A. The five regions of the primitive heart tube develop into recognizable structures in a fully developed heart. The truncus arteriosus will eventually divide and give rise to the ascending aorta and pulmonary trunk.
The bulbus cordis develops into the right ventricle. The primitive ventricle forms the left ventricle. The primitive atrium becomes the anterior portions of both the right and left. The induction regimen for rATG post heart transplant as per clinical trials before the year was to 15 mg/kg as a total dosage.
Later trials showed the dosage did not exceed mg/kg. For Thymoglobulin the license states the dosage range is between 3 mg/kg to mg/kg, given over 3. Volatile emotions like anger and hostility are bad for heart health.
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Particular attention is given to. Introduction. The discovery of embryonic induction was one of the most important advances in Biology during the first half of the 20 th century, which culminated in the award of the Nobel Prize in Medicine to Hans Spemann (Hamburger, ).The key discovery was that neural induction in ectoderm required signals emitted by the underlying dorsal mesoderm, or Spemann.
The parts of the heart conduction system can be divided into those that generate action potentials (nodal tissue) and those that conduct them (conducting fibers). Although all parts have the ability to generate action potentials and thus heart contractions, the sinuatrial (SA) node is the primary impulse initiator and regulator in a healthy heart.
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