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Patterns of bureaucratization and democratization in voluntary organizations may be explained by four principles of embryology : 1 the irreversibility of embryological development, 2 the canalization or branching of developmental pathways, 3 the induction of developmental change by the interaction of internal stimuli, and 4 the…. From experimental imaging techniques to virtual embryology.
Modern embryology increasingly relies on descriptive and functional three dimensional 3D and four dimensional 4D analysis of physically, optically, or virtually sectioned specimens. To cope with the technical requirements, new methods for high detailed in vivo imaging, as well as the generation of high resolution digital volume data sets for the accurate visualisation of transgene activity and gene product presence, in the context of embryo morphology, were recently developed and are under construction. These methods profoundly change the scientific applicability, appearance and style of modern embryo representations.
In this paper, we present an overview of the emerging techniques to create, visualise and administrate embryo representations databases, digital data sets, D embryo reconstructions, models, etc. The sea urchin provides an ideal embryology laboratory because it is visually representative of the fertilization process in higher animals. Procedures for conducting such a laboratory including methods for securing specimens are provided.
Classics revisited: Dietrich Starck on comparative embryology and placentation. Dietrich Starck was a German embryologist who wrote extensive reviews on comparative placentation. Starck's embryology textbook and his comprehensive review of comparative embryology and placentation give excellent insights into the foundational literature and are extensively referenced.
The many original illustrations include placentas from species that are not well described elsewhere. These resources are especially valuable as a portal to the early literature on comparative placentation.
Despite numerous advances in cell biology, genetics, and developmental biology, cancer origin has been attributed to genetic mechanisms primarily involving mutations. Embryologists have expressed timidly cancer embryological origin with little success in leveraging the discussion that cancer could involve a set of conventional cellular processes used to build the embryo during morphogenesis.
Shared ancestry: using embryology to discover human evolution. Her talk focused around human beings as 'just another animal', and how a shared ancestry between humans and other animals can be shown through embryological development. Georgina Mills reports. The lateral ventricles are the C-shaped cavities of the telencephalon. Embryology of theses cavities is recalled as well as the immediate relationship of the frontal horn, the body, the atrium and the temporal and occipital horns. The neurological and embryological work of Santiago Ramon y Cajal appeared in three stages: a Between and observations on the development of neuron prolongations led to the observation of the growth cone and formulation of the neurotropic hypothesis.
These contributions initiated an important line of research that none of Ramon y Cajal's disciples could continue. In the nineteen fifties a group of researchers from three disciplines biochemistry, embryology and neurohistology discovered the existence of nerve growth factor NGF , thus initiating a fertile new field of knowledge in cell biology.
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The future of the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority. This commentary explores the problems with this proposal and suggests that an independent review of how the HFEA carries out its functions and a subsequent reform of some of its practices represent a better option for the UK. Material souls and imagination in late Aristotelian embryology.
This article explores some continuities between Late Aristotelian and Cartesian embryology.
In particular, it argues that there is an interesting consilience between some accounts of the role of imagination in trait acquisition in Late Aristotelian and Cartesian embryology. Evidence for this thesis is presented using the extensive biological writings of the Padua-based philosopher and physician, Fortunio Liceti Like the Cartesian physiologists, Liceti believed that animal souls are material beings and that acts of imagination result in material images that can be transmitted by means of medical spirits to the embryo.
see Moreover, while the Cartesian embryologists accepted such a view in a quite speculative way, one finds penetrating criticism of imagination theories of trait acquisition in the Late Aristotelian tradition. Evidence for this thesis is presented using the no less extensive biological writings of Liceti's contemporary, Emilio Parisano In conclusion, the Late Aristotelian tradition itself provides the theoretical tools for excising immaterial formative forces from embryology and at the same time evinces a much more acute sense for the problems inherent in imagination theories of trait acquisition than the Cartesian tradition.
Embryology of Pera Peraceae, Malpighiales : systematics and evolutionary implications. Pera is a neotropical genus that currently belongs to the family Peraceae.