TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «HOMEOSIS»
The term «homeosis» is used very little and occupies the 183.108
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HOMEOSIS»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to homeosis
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Homology and Systematics: Coding Characters for Phylogenetic ...
Homeosis Sattler's most interesting objection to all concepts of homology based
on 1:1 correspondence, including cladistic concepts, is their supposed inability to
deal with the results of homeosis. Consider, for example, the case of accessory ...
Robert Scotland, R. Toby Pennington, 2000
Hox Genes: Studies from the 20th to the 21st Century
The word 'homeosis' was coined by Bateson.47 In his book entitled “Materials for
the study of variation”, where he reported numerous examples ofvariations
observed in the field in animals and plants, he wrote: “For the word 'Metamorphy'
Advances in Insect Physiology APL
Sibatani (1980, 1983) has made an extensive study of wing homeosis in
Lepidoptera and has detected what appears to be a compartment boundary
between veins M1 and M2, a location closely similar to that of the A/P
compartment boundary ...
Michael J. Berridge, J. E. Treherne, Sir Vincent Brian Wigglesworth, 1985
Term homeosis, was coined by William Bateson in 1894. Homeosis (or
homoeosis) means those mutants that transform part of a body segment, or an
entire body segment, into a corresponding par of another segment, e.g.
Gurbachan S. Miglani, 2005
Developmental Genetics and Plant Evolution
For example, the transfer of wing- like properties from the carpels to the sepals in
the ancestor of Dicella could have entailed homeoheterotopy. Homeosis is here
defined as a special case of homeo- heterotopy in which all aspects of genetic ...
Quentin C.B. Cronk, Richard M. Bateman, Julie A. Hawkins, 2002
Handbook of Plant Science
Cytoplasmic male sterility (CMS) results from an inability to form pollen, either
through disrupted microsporogen- esis or conversion of stamens into carpelloid
structures via homeosis. In either case, CMS results from a disruption of plant ...
Imaginal Discs: The Genetic and Cellular Logic of Pattern ...
CHAPTER EIGHT Homeosis Few phenomena are as entrancing as the
transformation of one thing into another. The ancients believed that sorcerers had
such powers, and modern magicians can still fool children with illusions of this
Lewis I. Held, Jr., Lewis I. Held Jr, Jonathan B. L. Bard, 2005
Axial Character Seriation in Mammals: An Historical and ...
Seriation. and. Homeosis. of. the. Laminapophysis. One problem facing
geneticists interested in homeotic change in mammals is that the relevant axial
morphology has not been well understood by anatomists. The assumption that
Genes, Development and Cancer: The Life and Work of Edward ...
Bateson coined the word “genetics”, as well as “homeosis”, and many other
important terms still in use today. Balkaschina paid tribute to Bateson and even
proposed the term 'erbhomeosis', meaning inherited homeosis. She then
Edward B. Lewis, Howard D. Lipshitz, 2007
The Theory of Evolution and Its Impact
the term Homeosis (...) for the essential phenomenon is not that there has merely
been a change, but that something has been changed into the likeness of
something else.” Thus, the concept and the word “homeosis” were born to stay
with us ...
NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «HOMEOSIS»
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(For a fly's eye view of life with homeosis see The Making of a Mutant, A Fruit Fly Love Story, which I will re-post here for Valentine's Day.) Once developmental ... «io9, Dec 12»