- Author:A. P. Gupta
- Publisher:Rutgers University Press (December 1, 1990)
- Pages:533 pages
- Subcategory:Education & Reference
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Morphogenetic Hormones of Arthropods book. Morphogenetic Hormones of Arthropods (Recent Advances in Comparative Arthropod Morphology, Physiology, and Development).
Morphogenetic Hormones of Arthropods book. 0813514142 (ISBN13: 9780813514147).
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Morphogenetic Hormones of Arthropods: Discoveries, Syntheses, Metabolism, Evolution, Modes of Action and Techniques . (Recent advances in comparative arthropod morphology, physiology, & development). Author : Ayodhya P. Gupta. Publisher : Rutgers University Press.
Larval Instar Juvenile Hormone Molt Cycle Postembryonic Development Larval Life . These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. Gilbert, L. and King, D. 1973, Physiology of growth and development: Endocrine aspects, in: The Physiology of Insecta, 2nd e. Vol. I ( M. Rockstein, e., Academic Press, New York. Gupta, A. P. (e., 1991, Morphogenetic Hormones of Arthropods: Roles in Histogenesis, Organogenesis, and Morphogenesis, Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, N. oogle Scholar.
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Bone morphogenetic proteins (BMPs), a large subgroup of the TGF-beta family of secreted growth factors, control fundamental events in early embryonic development, organogenesis and adult tissue homeostasis
Bone morphogenetic proteins (BMPs), a large subgroup of the TGF-beta family of secreted growth factors, control fundamental events in early embryonic development, organogenesis and adult tissue homeostasis. The plethora of dose-dependent cellular processes regulated by BMP signalling demand a tight regulation of BMP activity. Over the last decade, a number of proteins have been identified that bind BMPs in the extracellular space and regulate the interaction of BMPs with their cognate receptors, including the secreted BMP antagonist Chordin.
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Within a definite arthropod group, these two processes compete. Mechanisms based on selection at the level of cell lineage are rejected. Embryonic and Postembryonic Sources Part 2 (Recent Advances I Comparative Arthropod Morphology, Physiology, An). by Ayodhya P. Published January 1991 by Rutgers Univ Pr. Written in English.