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Animal Species for Developmental Studies: Volume 1 by A. L. Yudin (auth.), T. A. Dettlaff, S. G. Vassetzky (eds.)

By A. L. Yudin (auth.), T. A. Dettlaff, S. G. Vassetzky (eds.)

This quantity contains general tables (description of standard improvement) for protozoa and invertebrates generic in developmental biology experiences. The species selected mirror their benefits for laboratory reviews, the data avail­ capable, and their availability for experimentation. bankruptcy eleven, which incorporates the conventional tables for the starfish Asterina pectinifera, was once written in particular for this edi­ tion, that's the invertebrate element of the revised and augmented translation of Ob"ekty Biologii Razvitiya released in Russian in 1975 as a quantity within the sequence of monographs Problemy Biologii Razyitiya (Problems of Developmental Biology) through Nauka Publishers, Moscow. the outline of each species is preceded through an creation during which the benefits of operating with the actual animal are said and the issues stud­ ied (with the most references) are defined. information also are supplied on its taxonomic prestige and distribution of the animal, and stipulations of maintaining the grownup animals in laboratory. equipment of acquiring gametes, equipment of synthetic fertilization, meth­ ods of rearing embryos and larvae, and tables of standard improvement also are given.

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Littoralis occurring in America should be mentioned. Hydra (Pelmatohydra) oligactis and H. attenuata are very widely used along with H. littoralis which is used in laboratories in the United States and Britain. The most characteristic external feature of H. oligactis is a clear division of the body into trunk and stem parts, while in H. attenuata and H. littoralis there is no distinct separation of the body on the two regions. Another feature useful for species diagnosis is the order of tentacle origin in the growing buds.

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Both the ectoderm and endoderm of the bud protrude from the wall of the parent in a simple low mound. The endoderm intrusion has become blunter. Stage 4: Shield. The proflle of the contracted bud (Fig. 1, 4c), is shaped like a shield. A peak occurs at the distal end of the bud. The bud has elongated slightly since Stage 3. The length of the bud from top to base is less than the diameter of the parent. The extended bud (Fig. 1, 4e) does not have a shield shape. Stage 5: Bulb. The bud has a bulbous shape when it is distended with fluid (Fig.

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