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origin and differentiation of the larval head musculature of Triturus torosus (Rathke)
Arthur Gustav Rempel
|Statement||by Arthur G. Rempel.|
|Series||University of California publications in zoology,, v. 51, no. 3|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .C15 vol. 51, no. 3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||127|
|LC Control Number||a 43001470|
The evolutionary history of life on Earth traces the processes by which living and fossil organisms have evolved since life on the planet first originated until the present day. Earth formed about Ga (billion years ago) and life appeared on its surface within one billion years. Microbial mats of coexisting bacteria and archaea were the dominant form of life in the early Archean. The origin and extreme diversification of the animal nervous system is a central question in biology. While most of the attention has traditionally been paid to those lineages with highly elaborated nervous systems (e.g. arthropods, vertebrates, annelids), only the study of the vast animal diversity can deliver a comprehensive view of the evolutionary history of this organ Cited by: Pond-type larvae may have a pair of rod-like balancers on either side of the head, long gill filaments and broad fins. Stream-type larvae are more slender with short gill filaments, narrower fins and no balancers, but instead have hind .
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The origin and differentiation of the larval head musculature of Triturus torosus (Rathke) by Arthur G. Rempel （University of California publications in zoology, v. 51, no. 3） University of California Press, Onthe posterior, margin of the groove is a well developed ridge which serves as the attachment for the posterior portion of the temporal muscle.
The periotic, e^occlpitals and gupra-ojpciEitals are fused. On the surface of the per'otic are the impressions of the lar canals. CCN2 was found to be regulated by retinoic acid and expressed in origin and differentiation of the larval head musculature of Triturus torosus book limb blastema of the regenerating newt (Triturus genus) limbs (Cash et al., ).
During regeneration, CCN2 was localized to the white blood cells, Schwann's cells, and stump skeletal muscles in the early healing phase (Moussad et al., ).
Fibre-type differentiation of the lateral musculature has been studied in Sparus aurata (L.) and Dicentrarchus labrax (L.) during larval development. Histochemical and ultrastructural techniques show two presumptive muscle layers and two germinative zones of presumptive myoblasts.
At hatching, myotomal muscle consists of a monolayer of thin Cited by: Some developmental parameters in the larval, climax and postmetamorphic stages of Triturus vittatus ophryticus and Triturus carnifex were compared in order to identify interspecific differences within the genus Triturus.
Seventy larvae from each investigated species were reared in the same experimental conditions from hatching to the. Reyer,R. W.: Differentiation and growth of the embryonic nose, lens, and corneal anlagen implanted into the larval eye or dorsal fin in Amblystoma punctatum.
exp. Zool. – (b). Google ScholarCited by: In amphibians, morphological differentiation and disparity at the larval and post-metamorphic ontogenetic stages can diverge, owing to various contrasting environments and different selective.
Skeletal deformities in larval, juvenile and adult stages of cultured gilthead sea bream (Sparus aurata L.) J.A. Andrades a, J. Becerra ay *, P. Ferrhdez-Llebrez b a Department of Cell Biology and Genetics, Faculty of Sciences, University of Mulagu, E Malagu, SpainCited by: As in other salamanders, limb muscles show a simple parallel‐fibered architecture and often span multiple joints.
Several differences in limb musculature were also noted. The extensor iliotibialis muscle possesses a single head in T. torosa, rather than the two heads common in larger salamander species. The ischioflexorius muscle, while divided into proximal and distal sections, is not distinct Cited by: The MPE showed self-differentiation for notochord and muscle in the isolation culture.
In the sandwich culture, the MPE made contact with the PE of the successive gastrula stages. For instance, although the innervation of a muscle generally remains constant and corresponds to its segment of origin, there are cases in which the same muscle has different innervations in different taxa (e.g.
although wholly of mandibular origin, the intermandibularis of dipnoans is innervated by the Vth and/or the VII nerve; Edgeworth, ).Cited by: The larval form that is characteristic of the class Demospongiae as well as gives us clues to the ancestral animal that first had bilateral symmetry.
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However, recent work on the generation of callus, a presumed undifferentiated or dedifferentiated and disorganized cellular mass, indicates that Cited by: Viable chimeras were constituted with two cranial and caudal complementary pieces of embryos derived from two distinct histocompatible AA and BB strains, which were incompatible with each other.
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Background. Among the vertebrates, urodele amphibians are unmatched in their regenerative capacities. When injured, these animals regenerate an impressive array of body parts, including the upper and lower jaw, lens, retina, limb, tail, spinal cord, and intestine (Brockes and Kumar, ).In some cases, the restoration of complex anatomy involves the formation of a.
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We describe all laboratory-reared larval stages of S. furcatus obtained from the northern coast of São Paulo State, Brazil, and compare our data with existing larval Cited by: In Xenopus laevis tadpoles, however, it was shown that muscle fibres do not contribute directly to the tail regenerate.
We set out to study whether dedifferentiation was present during muscle regeneration of the tadpole limb and zebrafish larval tail, Cited by: The development of the larval pigment patterns in Triturus alpestris and Ambystoma mexicanum.
Epperlein HH(1), Löfberg J. Author information: (1)Anatomisches Institut, Universität Freiburg, FRG. Melanophores and xanthophores are pigment cell derivatives of the by: The neural crest origin of the dentine and pulp of the teeth of the spotted salamander, Ambystoma punctatum, was determined in an insightful experimental study by Adams ().
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Postilla) on FREE. Genetic labelling of muscle fibres for the in vivo detection of dedifferentiation. While we have a fair understanding of how muscle regenerates in the Xenopus tadpole tail, there is a lack of knowledge about tadpole limb muscle obtain more information on this process, specifically whether limb muscle fibres dedifferentiate/fragment and contribute to the new muscle.
Mammals are not able to restore lost appendages, while many amphibians are. One important question about epimorphic regeneration is related to the origin of the new tissues and whether they come from mature cells via dedifferentiation and/or from stem cells.
Several studies in urodele amphibians (salamanders) indicate that, after limb or tail amputation, the multinucleated muscle Cited by: Morphogenesis of the Head of a Newt: Mesodermal Segments, Neuromeres, and Distribution of Neural Crest continues differentiation to the point of forming deep sumptive epidermis in Triturus torosus (Rathke).
Univ. Calij Publ. Z Eye muscles seem to form a developmental module that can evolve relatively independently from other head muscles, at least in terms of timing of muscle differentiation.
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