Physiological inputs regulate species-specific anatomy during embryogenesis and regeneration.

Levin, Michael.
Sullivan, Kelly G.
Emmons-Bell, Maya.
2016

A key problem in evolutionary developmental biology is identifying the sources of instructive information that determine species-specific anatomical pattern. Understanding the inputs to large-scale morphology is also crucial for efforts to manipulate pattern formation in regenerative medicine and synthetic bioengineering. Recent studies have revealed a physiological system of communication among c... read more

Subjects
Developmental biology.
Regeneration (Biology)
Embryology.
Tufts University. Department of Biology.
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/009713
Original publication
Kelly G. Sullivan, Maya Emmons-Bell & Michael Levin (2016) Physiological inputs regulate species-specific anatomy during embryogenesis and regeneration, Communicative & Integrative Biology, 9:4, e1192733, DOI: 10.1080/19420889.2016.1192733.
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