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The Analysis of Molluscan Development
2nd Edition - January 1, 1966
Author: Chr. P. Raven
Editors: J. E. Harris, E. W. Yemm
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International Series of Monographs on Pure and Applied Biology, Volume 2: Morphogenesis: The Analysis of Molluscan Development describes the various stages in molluscan… Read more
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International Series of Monographs on Pure and Applied Biology, Volume 2: Morphogenesis: The Analysis of Molluscan Development describes the various stages in molluscan morphogenesis. This book emerged from a series of lectures given for advanced biology students of the University of Utrecht. This book is composed of eight chapters and begins with a survey of the chemical processes going on in the egg cells during growth and vitellogenesis. The succeeding chapter considers the external factors affecting molluscan egg maturation and fertilization. Other chapters are devoted to other morphogenetic processes molluscan egg, including cell cleavage, gastrulation, germ layer formation, embryogenesis, and organogenesis. A chapter outlines the principal traits of molluscan development, as they emerge from the causal analysis developed in previous chapters. The concluding chapter discusses the further contributions to molluscan development. This book is of value to advanced biology teachers and students.
PrefaceAddition to PrefaceChapter I. Oogenesis 1. The Ripe Egg 2. Oogenesis 3. The Behavior of Various Cell Components during Oogenesis a. The Nucleus b. The Nucleolus c. The Golgi Apparatus d. The Mitochondria 4. Vitellogenesis a. Proteid Yolk b. Fatty Yolk 5. Cytochemistry of Oogenesis a. Glycogen b. Desoxyribonucleic Acid c. Ribonucleic Acid d. Sulphydryl Compounds e. Tyrosine f. Arginine g. Tryptophanc h. Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) i. Alkaline Phosphatase j . Benzidine Peroxidase k. Indophenol Oxidase l. Iron m. Pigment 6. ConclusionChapter II. Maturation and Fertilization A. Descriptive Part 1. The Time Relations between Maturation and Fertilization 2. Maturation 3. Fertilization 4. Cytoplasmic Activities 5. The Behavior of Various Cytoplasmic Inclusions during Maturation and Fertilization 6. Cytochemistry 7. Physicochemical Properties of the Egg System 8. Some Data on Metabolism B. Causal Analysis 1. Maturation 2. Fertilization 3. Parthenogenesis 4. The Normal Sequence of the Processes of Maturation and Fertilization 5. Ooplasmic SegregationChapter III. Cleavage A. Descriptive Part 1. Spiral Cleavage 2. Variations in Cleavage 3. Cell-Lineage 4. Changes in Shape of the Cleavage Cells 5. The Cleavage Cavity 6. Nuclear Phenomena 7. Segregation of Cytoplasmic Substances 8. The Behavior of Various Cytoplasmic Inclusions during Cleavage 9. Cytochemistry 10. Physicochemical Properties 11. Differential Susceptibility 12. Some Data on Metabolism B. Causal Analysis 1. Polarity and Symmetry in Cleavage 2. The Determination of Cleavage Pattern 3. Cleavage of Isolated Blastomeres 4. The Polar Lobe 5. Normal and Reversed Cleavage 6. The Shape and Coherence of the Blastomeres 7. Differentiation without Cleavage 8. ChemodifferentiationChapter IV. Gastrulation and Formation of Germ Layers A. Descriptive Part 1. The Blastula 2. Gastrulation 3. The Blastopore 4. The Ectoderm 5. The Endoderm 6. The Mesoderm 7. The Larval Mesenchyme 8. Cytoplasmic Differentiation 9. Cytoplasmic Inclusions 10. Cytochemistry B. Causal Analysis 1. Gastrulation and Formation of Mesoderm after Operative Removal of a Part of the Germ 2. ExogastrulationChapter V. Embryogenesis A. Descriptive Part 1. The Development of the General Body Plan 2. Prototroch and Velum 3. The Pretrochal Region 4. The Posttrochal Region 5. The Internal Organs 6. Asymmetry in Gastropods 7. Embryogenesis in Cephalopods B. Causal Analysis 1. Mosaic Development 2. Germinal Localizations 3. The Cortical Field 4. InductionChapter VI. Organogenesis 1. Skin 2. Pedal Glands 3. Shell 4. Mantle Cavity and Lung 5. Gills 6. Labial Vela 7. Nervous System 8. Eyes 9. Statocysts 10. Olfactory Organs 11. Integumental Sense Organs 12. Tentacles 13. Foregut 14. Midgut and Hindgut 15. Musculature 16. Vascular System 17. Kidney 18. Reproductive OrgansChapter VII. ConclusionsChapter VIII. Further Contributions to Molluscan Development in the Years 1956-64 1. Oogenesis 2. Maturation and Fertilization 3. Cleavage 4. Gastrulation 5. Embryogenesis 6. Organogenesis 7. ConclusionsReferencesReferences 1956-1964Author IndexTaxonomic IndexSubject IndexOther Titles in the Series