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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CYTOTAXIS»
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Encyclopedia of Genetics
The influence of pre-existing structure in determining new structure has been
called cytotaxis. Cytotaxis has been studied extensively in several ciliates and it
has been sug— gested that cytotaxis may be involved in determining the
structure of ...
Eric C.R. Reeve, 2014
Progress in Invertebrate Zoology
Recent studies on cytogenesis, cytotaxis and conduction in sponges are
reviewed below. Remarkable results are obtained in coverglass cultures of
sponge gemmules. Under unfavourable environmental conditions, freshwater
M.S. Mani, 2004
Concise Dictionary of Biomedicine and Molecular Biology
33t Cytometer • Cytotaxis Cytometer A device used for couming and measuring
blood cells. Cytometry A method for couming and measuring cells.
Cytomorphosis The change undergone by a cell in the course of its life cycle.
Cyton The cell ...
Pei-Show Juo, 2001
Animal Behavior Desk Reference: A Dictionary of Animal ...
cytotaxis n. 1. Movement of cells in relation to each other; used to describe cell's
separating (negative cytotaxis) or aggregating (positive cytotaxis) (Lincoln et al.
1985). 2. “The arrangement of cells within an organ” (Lincoln et al. 1985). cf. taxis
Edward M. Barrows, 2011
Proceedings [of the International Congress of Zoology, 16th, ...
Different building blocks, different structures. But also different preexisting
organization, different hereditary organization, - even with the same genes. For
this sorting out and ordering role of cytoplasmic structure I propose the term "
D. C.) International Congress of Zoology (16th : 1963 : Washington, 1963
Handbook of Epigenetics: The New Molecular and Medical Genetics
If this template is lost along the path, although the protein subunits are produced,
no functional organelles would be made. cytotaxis. of. cilia. and. other. complex.
Structures. Prions and Hsp60 are homopolymers of a single protein. However, in
Trygve Tollefsbol, 2010
Pattern formation: a primer in developmental biology
Sonneborn (45) coined the term cytotaxis for "This ordering and arranging of new
cell structure under the influence of pre-existing cell structure." Since the crucial
criterion for cytotaxis is propagation of a structural variant in the absence of any ...
George M. Malacinski, Susan V. Bryant, 1984
The Physiology of Plants: A Treatise Upon the Metabolism and ...
Cytotaxis. By negative cytotaxis is denoted the tendency of organisms or parts of
organisms to separate from each other, by positive cytotaxis their tendency to
approach7, but the terms give no direct indication of the ways and means by
Wilhelm Pfeffer, Alfred James Ewart, 1906
Transformations of Lamarckism: From Subtle Fluids to ...
Sonneborn (1963: 202) coined the term “cytotaxis” for “this ordering and
arranging of new structures under the influence of preexisting cell structure. . . .
Without cytotaxis an isolated nucleus could not make a cell even if it had all the
Snait Gissis, Eva Jablonka, 2011
The Development of Animal Form: Ontogeny, Morphology, and ...
From the point of view of animal evo-devo biology, the question is whether these
aspects of cytoplasmic information (cytotaxis sensu, Sonneborn 1964) are limited
to ciliates or are a general property of cells. In eukaryotes other than ciliates, ...
Alessandro Minelli, 2003
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