Differentiation and growth of cells in vertebrate tissues. by G. Goldspink

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  • Cell differentiation,
  • Growth,
  • Cell differentiation,
  • Cells,
  • Vertebrates

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StatementEdited by G. Goldspink.
LC ClassificationsQH607 .G64
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 323 p.
Number of Pages323
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5044283M
ISBN 100470312009
LC Control Number74004173

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: Differentiation and Growth of Cells in Vertebrate Tissues (): Goldspink, G.: BooksCited by: 8. In recent years a new field of study has arisen called developmental biology. The term developmental biology is really a new name for embryology; it is, however, used to denote the molecular approach to the study of developing systems.

In this book we have tried wherever possible to blend the older. The original intention was to cover all the tissues of the body in this book. However, it soon became obvious that it was not possible to do this within one volume.

Therefore we decided to have two general chapters, one on the basic concepts of cellular development and an­ other on the ageing of cells (this being considered part of the normal growth process).

Differentiation and growth of cells in vertebrate tissues Previous Article Scanning electron microscopy in biology: A students' atlas on biological organization Article InfoAuthor: Gail Martin. sions, first, of the basic concepts of differentiation and growth, and last of ageing at the level of the cell and of the organism.

The core of the book con- tains seven specialized chapters, each dealing with the development and growth of a particular tissue of the vertebrate organism.

According to the blurb on the book jacket, the aim of each of these. Differentiation is the process by which the descendants of a single cell, the fertilized egg, come to differ from one another and to form tissues and organs performing specialized by: 2.

The diversification of the neuronal stem cells into thousands of anatomically and functionally different types of neurons is termed differentiation. Neural differentiation is initiated by the process of determination or specification which programmes the cells for their future course of by: 3.

Pritchard J.J. () Growth and Differentiation of Bone and Connective Tissue. In: Goldspink G. (eds) Differentiation and Growth of Cells in Vertebrate Tissues. Springer, Boston, MACited by: 4. The gonads, ovary and testis alike, contain three principal cell types: germ cells, involved in the formation of gametes; supporting cells, important in maintaining germ cell nutrition and maturation; and stromal cells, capable of differentiating into hormone-secreting cells.

The three types of tissues undergo specialized patterns of differentiation and growth, beginning in the embryo and continuing into adulthood, with complex changes affecting the gonadal cells Cited by: The book then looks into the aspects of blood cell formation and release, as well as the humoral control of organs and tissue growth.

This volume also includes chapters discussing the humoral changes occurring in diseases of the blood and other pathologic states. 1 Basic Concepts of Differentiation and Growth of Cells.- 2 Differentiation and Growth of Nerve Cells.- 3 Development of Muscle.- 4 Growth and Differentiation of Bone and Connective Tissue.- 5 Differentiation and Growth of Cells of the Skin.- 6 Differentiation and Growth of Cells in the Gonads.- 7 Differentiation and growth of cells in vertebrate tissues.

book Development of the Cells of the Blood.- 8. Within multicellular organisms, tissues are organized communities of cells that work together to carry out a specific function. The exact role of a tissue in an organism depends on what types of.

Differentiation and proliferation of cells in the growth plate are regulated primarily by Ihh/PTHrP signaling. PTHrP (parathyroid hormone‐related protein) is a paracrine factor expressed near the articular end and plays a role in maintaining cells in a premature state by suppressing hypertrophy through activation of Sox9 (Karaplis et by: : Cell and Molecular Biology of Vertebrate Hard Tissues (Novartis Foundation Symposia) (): CIBA Foundation Symposium, CIBA Foundation Symposium: Books.

Remarkably, the effects of Activin on ES-cell differentiation were nearly identical to its effect on Xenopus blastula ectoderm; low levels of Activin promote a mesoderm fate (1–10 ng/ml), and high levels of Activin induced the formation of endoderm cells (10– ng/ml).

Key words: bone, differentiation, fracture, growth, regeneration. Introduction Bone, a mineralized and vascularized tissue character-istic of vertebrates, is the main component of the skel-eton, which supports the vertebrate body.

In the Preface of his book “BONES and CARTILAGE”, Brian Hall () noted, “But the skeleton is more than anCited by: Bones and Cartilage provides the most in-depth review ever assembled on the topic. It examines the function, development and evolution of bone and cartilage as tissues, organs and skeletal systems.

It describes how bone and cartilage is developed in embryos and are maintained in adults, how bone reappears when we break a leg, or even regenerates when a newt grows a new limb, or a lizard a tail. Cartilage and bone are the two specialized tissues which form the vertebrate skeleton.

They protect the third tissue, the bone marrow. Each of these two skeletal tissues contains a specific cell type of mesenchymal origin, chondrocytes in cartilage, and bone-forming osteoblasts in by: 2. Understanding the molecular mechanisms that govern animal development is one of the major challenges of contemporary cell and molecular biology.

Starting from only a single cell, the fertilized egg, all the diverse cell types of the body are produced and organized into tissues and organs.

Both cell differentiation and the development of body structures must be regulated by intricate pathways Cited by: 1.

Adult cardiomyocytes are terminally differentiated cells incapable of growth and differentiation at the implanted cardiac tissue. However, cardiomyoblasts isolated from fetal and neonatal rats differentiate into mature cardiac phenotype upon implantation to both normal and infarcted cardiac tissue and, therefore, are the most common cell type.

Information from several animal models is converging to identify common themes and species-specific themes in the cellular and molecular mechanisms of tissue differentiation.

In addition, the knowledge base for understanding cell type determination can now be applied to the next level of organization, that of the tissues and : Sally A. Moody. An interdisciplinary group of contributors addresses control of bone formation, resorption and remodelling, osteoblast differentiation and osteoclast activity, factors influencing dental extracellular matrix biomineralization, non-collagen proteins in bone and their function, hormonal regulation of bone growth.

Cell - Cell - The process of differentiation: Differentiation from visibly undifferentiated precursor cells occurs during embryonic development, during metamorphosis of larval forms, and following the separation of parts in asexual reproduction.

It also takes place in adult organisms during the renewal of tissues and the regeneration of missing parts. Molecular Mechanisms in Cellular Growth and Differentiation describes the cellular differentiation and development.

It emphasizes the pattern formation, specifically the genesis of spatial relationships, among the parts of a vertebrate or invertebrate organism, embryonic or Edition: 1.

Humoral Control of Growth And Differentiation: Vertebrate Regulatory Factors - Kindle edition by LoBue, Joseph, Lobue, Joseph.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Humoral Control of Growth And Differentiation: Vertebrate Regulatory : $ A central problem in the study of vertebrate development is defining the cellular and molecular mechanisms responsible for the patterning of embryonic tissues and the differentiation of specific cell types.

A large number of studies indicate that the Wnt family of secreted glycoproteins plays an important role in the processes leading to the development of a broad range of cell types, tissues Cited by: 1. The evolution of the neural crest sheds light on many of the oldest unanswered questions in developmental biology, including the role of germ layers in early embryogenesis, the development of the nervous system, how the vertebrate head arose developmentally and evolutionarily, and how growth factors and Hox genes direct cell differentiation and embryonic by: Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Proteins and Cell Regulation Ser.: Myb Transcription Factors Vol.

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In light of these similarities, we speculate that methods leading to the production of β-cell factors like Nkx in stage 4 clusters may enhance the β-cell-like qualities of neural-progenitor-derived insulin + cells, and thereby permit differentiation of tissues that more closely resemble endoderm-derived islet by:   The Endocrinology of Growth, Development, and Metabolism in Vertebrates provides an overview of vertebrate endocrinology.

This book aims to strengthen the bridge between medical and comparative endocrinologists by addressing the benefits that they can derive from this Edition: 1. Clegg CH, Linkhart TA, Olwin BB, Hauschka SD. Growth factor control of skeletal muscle differentiation: Commitment to terminal differentiation occurs in G1Phase and is repressed by fibroblast growth factor.

The Journal of Cell Biology. ; (2)– [PMC free article] [Google Scholar] Mauro A. Satellite cell of skeletal muscle by:   Cell differentiation is an essential process for the development, growth, reproduction, and longevity of all multicellular organisms, and its regulation has been the focus of intense investigation for the past four decades.

The study of natural and induced stem cells has ushered an age of re-examination of what it means to be a stem or a differentiated by:   Progenitor cells maintain self-renewing tissues throughout life by sustaining their capacity for proliferation while suppressing cell cycle exit and terminal differentiation Cited by:   In vertebrates, one of the primary steps during organogenesis is the formation of the neural system.

The ectoderm forms epithelial cells and tissues, and neuronal tissues. During the formation of the neural system, special signaling molecules called growth factors signal some cells at the edge of the ectoderm to become epidermis cells.

Proceedings of the Symposium on Cell and Molecular Biology of Vertebrate Hard Tissues, held at the Ciba Foundation, London, Oct. Edited by David Evered and Sara Harnett.

"A Wiley-Interscience publication.". Developmental biology is the study of the process by which animals and plants grow and develop. Developmental biology also encompasses the biology of regeneration, asexual reproduction, metamorphosis, and the growth and differentiation of stem cells in the adult organism.

In the late 20th century, the discipline largely transformed into evolutionary developmental biology. Cell - Cell - Cell division and growth: In unicellular organisms, cell division is the means of reproduction; in multicellular organisms, it is the means of tissue growth and maintenance.

Survival of the eukaryotes depends upon interactions between many cell types, and it is essential that a balanced distribution of types be maintained. This is achieved by the highly regulated process of cell.

Cellular differentiation is the process in which a cell changes from one cell type to another. Usually, the cell changes to a more specialized type.

Differentiation occurs numerous times during the development of a multicellular organism as it changes from a simple zygote to a complex system of tissues and cell types. Differentiation continues in adulthood as adult stem cells divide and create.

The major presumptive organ-forming areas of the late blastula exist in various degrees of differentiation (Chap. (3) Gastrulation. This is the process which effects a reorientation of the presumptive organ-forming areas and brings about their axiation antero-posteriorly in relation to the notochordal axis and the future embryonic body.

In vertebrates, one of the primary steps during organogenesis is the formation of the neural system. The ectoderm forms epithelial cells and tissues, as well as neuronal tissues. During the formation of the neural system, special signaling molecules called growth factors signal some cells at the edge of the ectoderm to become epidermis cells.

Comparative embryology of the vertebrates () Mcgraw-Hill Book Company, New York. Historic Disclaimer - information about historic embryology pages Pages where the terms " Historic " (textbooks, papers, people, recommendations) appear on this site, and sections within pages where this disclaimer appears, indicate that the content and.In vertebrates, one of the primary steps during organogenesis is the formation of the neural system.

The ectoderm forms epithelial cells and tissues, and neuronal tissues. During the formation of the neural system, special signaling molecules called growth factors signal some cells at the edge of the ectoderm to become epidermis cells.

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