5 edition of Developmental biology of Physarum found in the catalog.
|Statement||Helmut W. Sauer.|
|Series||Developmental and cell biology series ;, 11|
|LC Classifications||QK635.P5 S28 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 237 p. :|
|Number of Pages||237|
|LC Control Number||81021682|
Physarum polycephalum, literally the "many-headed slime", is a slime mold that inhabits shady, cool, moist areas, such as decaying leaves and logs. Like slime molds in general, it is sensitive to light; in particular, light can repel the slime mold and be a factor in triggering spore : Physaraceae. Developmental Biology is a captivating textbook that opens up the wonders of developmental biology and covers the material with scientific rigour. The book covers new age techniques like genomics, genetic regulatory networks and digital visualisation, whilst maintaining the focus on major aspects of animal development/5(67).
Cell Biology of Physarum and Didymium, Volume I: Organisms, Nucleus, and Cell Cycle presents important experimental research on Physarum and Didymium for developmental and cellular studies. This book is organized into four parts, encompassing 12 chapters that summarize the taxonomy, biological activities, genetics, and cell cycle of these. Biology Books Biology is the study of life and living organisms, including their structure, function, growth, origin, evolution, distribution, and taxonomy. This section contains many topics on Biology and Health Sciences and each of these categories contain many free biology books and resources and these are highly beneficial for teachers and.
I have read some chapters of this book as a resource of my developmental biology course. In some parts, it was as if a long literature review. This, beside having a thorough overview of all aspects of developmental biology, it has sometimes blurred the major conclusions that can be drawn out/5. Physarum polyccphalum is commonly referred to as a true slime mold, or myxomycete. Providing a basic foundation for the latest work in the cell and developmental biology of true slime molds, these critical essays review five areas of research: nuclear structure, replication, expression, genetics, and differentiation. Originally published in
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Developmental biology of Physarum. [Helmut W Sauer] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Helmut W Sauer. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: # Developmental and cell biology series. This book is organized into three parts, encompassing 28 chapters that cover the differentiation, metabolism, and experimental techniques for cellular studies.
After presenting an introduction to some aspects of developmental biology, this volume describes the ultrastructure and physiology of sporulation, spore germination, encystment, excystment, spherulation, Book Edition: 1.
Cell Biology of Physarum and Didymium, Volume I: Organisms, Nucleus, and Cell Cycle presents important experimental research on Physarum and Didymium for developmental and cellular studies.
This book is organized into four parts, encompassing 12 chapters that summarize the taxonomy, biological activities, genetics, and cell cycle of these organisms. Cell Biology of Physarum and Didymium, Volume I: Organisms, Nucleus, and Cell Cycle presents important Developmental biology of Physarum book research on Physarum and Didymium for developmental and cellular studies.
This book is organized into four parts, encompassing 12 chapters that summarize the taxonomy, biological activities, genetics, and cell cycle of these Book Edition: 1.
This book is organized into three parts, encompassing 28 chapters that cover the differentiation, metabolism, and experimental techniques for cellular studies. After presenting an introduction to some aspects of developmental biology, this volume describes the ultrastructure and physiology of sporulation, spore germination, encystment, excystment, spherulation, and spherule.
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Areas of particular emphasis include transcriptional control mechanisms, embryonic patterning, cell-cell interactions, growth factors and signal transduction, and. Its complex, potentially reversible life cycle made the slime mold a rich model for developmental biologists.
Because Physarum’s plasmodium has a naturally synchronous nuclear division, with thousands of nuclei dividing every 8–10 hours, the organism is ideal for cell cycle experiments.
Moreover, the slime mold moves using an acto-myosin cytoskeletal system. developmental biology and genetics of Physarum, this book provided enjoyable as well as informative read- ing.
Although the author may not convince a single reader to share his enthusiastic belief “that Physarum is perhaps the most suitable organism for a combined onslaught to solve major problems of developmental. Books shelved as developmental-biology: Your Inner Fish: A Journey Into the Billion-Year History of the Human Body by Neil Shubin, Endless Forms Most.
The book contains developmental procedures and lab methods, also contains chapters on these organisms: slime mold (Dictyostelium discoideum), planarian, sea urchin, fruit fly (Drosophila), chick, along with brand new assortment of case study issues accompanies the Dev Tutorials and provides teachers with ready-to-use in-class active learning exercises.
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Biology of Physarum polycephalum Physarum polycephalum represents an enigmatic group of organisms known as the slime molds. Despite their name these organisms are not related with fungi, and form a genuine branch in the tree of life, beside plants, animals, and fungi.
A derivative line of the homothallic Colonia strain of Physarum polycephalum has been isolated which produces plasmodia with high efficiency within clones of amoebae.
Using the synergistic effect of ultraviolet light and caffeine, mutants of this line have been isolated which fail to undergo the developmental transition between haploid amoebae and diploid plasmodia .A classic gets a new coauthor and a new approach: Developmental Biology, Eleventh Edition, keeps the excellent writing, accuracy, and enthusiasm of the Gilbert Developmental Biology book, streamlines it, adds innovative electronic supplements, and creates a new textbook for those teaching Developmental Biology to a new generation.
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