Developmental Biology for Undergraduate Studies
Developmental Biology for Undergraduate Studies

Developmental Biology for Undergraduate Studies

Lead Author(s): Tomislav Terzin

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Development of complex organisms. 15 comprehensive chapters cover general principles and history of embryology, molecular methods of modern developmental biology, gametogenesis, fertilization, early development, concepts of induction, specification and morphogens, axis formation and segmentation, overview of organogenesis based on review of three body layers, post-embryonic development and metamorphosis, regeneration and aging.

DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY 

FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES

TOMISLAV TERZIN, PhD

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Image by T. Terzin

Cover page image description: On the top - Double in situ hybridisation (engrailed - in red, wingless - in purple) of Copidosoma floridanum embryo. On the bottom - Transmission differential interference contrast image showing histochemical in situ Cf-engrailed staining (black stripes), combined with confocal image of the same embryo, of antibody staining for Phospho-histone H3 expression (in red), counter-stained with anti-tubulin antibody (in green).  Image courtesy of Tomislav Terzin. Used with personal permission.