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DATE

1999-07-01

AUTHORS

Paul T. Sharpe , Ivor Mason , Claudio D. Stern

ABSTRACT

Soon after Spemann and Mangold’s (1) famous demonstration in 1924 that the dorsal lip of the blastopore of the gastrulating amphibian embryo has the unique ability to induce a second axis when grafted into an ectopic site in a host embryo, Waddington (2,3) showed that Hensen’s node is its equivalent in amniotes. After transplanting this region into an ectopic site in interspecific combinations of rabbit, duck, and chick embryos, he found that a second axis developed, where the nervous system was derived from the host ectoderm (4). Hensen’s node is situated at the anterior (cranial) tip of the primitive streak during gastrulation, and in chick embryos appears as a bulbous thickening, some 100 μm in diameter, centered around a depression, the primitive pit. At this point, the three germ layers of the embryo are in very close apposition. More... »

PAGES

245-253

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  • 1924-09. über Induktion von Embryonalanlagen durch Implantation artfremder Organisatoren in ARCHIV FÜR MIKROSKOPISCHE ANATOMIE UND ENTWICKLUNGSMECHANIK
  • 1981-12. An integrated experimental study of endoderm formation in avian embryos in BRAIN STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
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    Molecular Embryology

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    1-59259-270-8

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