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Figure 7.2 Cleavage of a frog egg. Figure 7.3 Scanning electron micrographs of frog egg cleavage. Figure 7.5 Fate maps of the Xenopus laevis blastula exterior (A) and interior (B) . Figure 7.6 Cell movements during frog gastrulation (Part 1).

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Figure 7 2 cleavage of a frog egg

Figure 7.2 Cleavage of a frog egg


Figure 7 3 scanning electron micrographs of frog egg cleavage

Figure 7.3 Scanning electron micrographs of frog egg cleavage


Figure 7 5 fate maps of the xenopus laevis blastula exterior a and interior b

Figure 7.5 Fate maps of the Xenopus laevis blastula exterior (A) and interior (B)


Figure 7 6 cell movements during frog gastrulation part 1

Figure 7.6 Cell movements during frog gastrulation (Part 1)


Figure 7 6 cell movements during frog gastrulation part 2

Figure 7.6 Cell movements during frog gastrulation (Part 2)


Figure 7 6 cell movements during frog gastrulation part 3

Figure 7.6 Cell movements during frog gastrulation (Part 3)


Figure 7 6 cell movements during frog gastrulation part 4

Figure 7.6 Cell movements during frog gastrulation (Part 4)


Figure 7 7 surface view of an early dorsal blastopore lip of xenopus

Figure 7.7 Surface view of an early dorsal blastopore lip of Xenopus


Figure 7 11 protocadherin expression separates axial and paraxial mesoderm

Figure 7.11 Protocadherin expression separates axial and paraxial mesoderm


Figure 12 1 mesodermal development in frog and chick embryos

Figure 12.1 Mesodermal development in frog and chick embryos


Figure 8 15 development of a human embryo from fertilization to implantation

Figure 8.15 Development of a human embryo from fertilization to implantation


Figure 8 23 amnion structure and cell movements during human gastrulation

Figure 8.23 Amnion structure and cell movements during human gastrulation


Figure 12 1 mesodermal development in frog and chick embryos1

Figure 12.1 Mesodermal development in frog and chick embryos


Figure 7 2 cleavage of a frog egg

Primitive streak stage (7.5 dpc)

T/Bra

tbx6

Chapman DL, Agulnik I, Hancock S, Silver LM, Papaioannou VE. Tbx6, a mouse T-Box gene implicated in paraxial mesoderm formation at gastrulation. DevBiol. 1996 Dec 15;180(2):534-42.


Figure 7 2 cleavage of a frog egg

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Summary

Summary

Chapman DL, Papaioannou VE. Three neural tubes in mouse embryos with mutations in the T-box gene Tbx6.Nature. 1998 Feb 12;391(6668):695-7.


Figure 7 6 cell movements during frog gastrulation part 31

Figure 7.6 Cell movements during frog gastrulation (Part 3)


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