By Roger A. Pedersen (Ed.)
"Current subject matters in Developmental Biology" follows the culture of this serial as a discussion board for incisive and demanding analyses. This quantity brings jointly legislation of flowering, legislation of mobile cycle, mechanisms of gasrulation, neurulation, and development formation, and the function of transcription components in gene rules. those articles disguise a cross-section of present learn in plant and animal improvement - from the extent of molecular features of gene rules to organismal constitution, or from molecules to mammals. studies featured talk about plant and animal developmental biology; transcription elements and improvement; mobile and molecular elements of gasrulation; marsupial and placental embryos in mammalian improvement.
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8 Percentage of floral shoots formed by main-axis explants excised from N. tabucum cv. Wisconsin 38 plants at anthesis. Entire main axes of 29 plants were cut into 2-mm thick sections and cultured on hormone-free medium for 6 weeks. All regenerated shoots were dissected and classified as floral or vegetative. INF, inflorescence [Data from McDaniel et al. ] ference in competence to respond to the floral stimulus or a difference in the stability of the florally determined state. , 1989a). If a day-neutral plant is topped, and the exposed internode tissues are treated with an auxin and a cytokinin in a lanolin paste, treated cells in the cambial area will divide and subsequently form shoots.
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Current Topics in Developmental Biology, Vol. 27 by Roger A. Pedersen (Ed.)