Article ID: CBB000074602

Forces in developmental biology research: Then and now (1997)


American Zoologist
Volume: 37
Pages: 213-310

Publication Date: 1997
Edition Details: Organized by Luckenbill-Edds, Louise.

Description Special issue. Contents: Luckenbill-Edds, Louise: Introduction: Research news in developmental biology in 1895 and 1995. Maienschein, Jane: Changing conceptions of organization and induction. Collier, J.R.: The localization problem: A review. Whittaker, J.R.: Chordate evolution and autonomous specification of cell fate: The ascidian embryo model. Ernst, Susan G.: A century of sea urchin development. Churchill, Frederick B.: Life before model systems: General zoology at August Weismann's institute. Wourms, John P.: The rise of fish embryology in the nineteenth century. Halpern, Marnie E.: Axial mesoderm and patterning of the zebrafish embryo.

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Authors & Contributors
Churchill, Frederick B.
Weissman, Charlotte
Dröscher, Ariane
Smith, John Maynard
Johnston, Timothy D.
Mayr, Ernst
Journal of the History of Biology
History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences
Proceedings of the ... International Congress of the History of Science
Oxford Surveys in Evolutionary Biology
Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences
Biology and Philosophy
University of California, Davis
Natural selection
Philosophy of science
Weismann, August
Vries, Hugo Marie de
Spencer, Herbert
Mendel, Gregor Johann
Darwin, Charles Robert
Morgan, Thomas Hunt
Time Periods
19th century
20th century, early
20th century
United States
Central Europe: Germany, Austria, Switzerland

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