Evolutionary Developmental Biology
Springer Science & Business Media, 29 հնս, 2013 թ. - 275 էջ
Many changes that occur during the embryonic development of an individual animal can be seen as a parallel to changes that have occurred in species or groups of species during evolutionary time. This book covers the interaction between developmental and evolutionary changes in animals.
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different types of animals
fundamental body plans
Epigenetic organization of embryonic development
Integrated change in development and evolution
Genetics epigenetics and environment
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adaptive adult amphibians ancestors animals archetype Atchley and Hall basic body plan basis Bauplan Bithorax blastula body plan bone Burgess Shale canalization cartilage cells Chapter characters cleavage common concept Conway Morris Cuvier cytoplasmic development and evolution developmental processes differentiation discussed in section Drosophila ectoderm embryo embryology embryonic development embryonic induction endoderm environment environmental epigenetic epigenetic cascades epigenetic control epigenetic interactions epithelium evolutionary change evolutionary developmental biology factors form and function fossils fundamental gastrula genetic assimilation genotype Geoffroy Geoffroy's germ layers groups Haeckel heterochrony hierarchical homeotic genes homologous structures homology individual initiation integrated jaws key innovations larva Maclean and Hall mandibular maternal mechanisms mesenchyme mesoderm morphogenesis morphological change morphology multicellular mutations neural crest neurula notochord ontogeny organisms origin Owen patterns phenotype phyla phylogenetic phylogeny phylum population preformed produce role Schmalhausen segmentation selection skeletal species tissues variability variation vertebrate Waddington Woodger zygote