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Understanding how a multicellular animal develops from a single cell poses one of the greatest challenges in biology. This book follows the developmental process of the fruit fly, Drosophila, from fertilisation through the primitive structural development of the body plan, into the differentiation of the variety of tissues, organs and body parts that together define the fly.
First published in 1992.
The Mother And The Egg The First Coordinates Patterning The Embryo Cell Lineage And Cell Allocation Selector Genes Positional Information And Polarity Spacing Patterns The Eye Conclusions History Short Stories List Of Quotations Index