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Author: V. Ya. Brodsky,I. V. Uryuvaeva
ISBN: 0521253233
Language: English
Pages: 312 pages
Category: Biological Sciences
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (July 26, 1985)
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Polyploid and polytene cells regularly occur in a wide range of organisms, including mammals, invertebrates, plants and protozoa.

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Are you sure you want to remove Genome multiplication in growth and development from your list? Genome multiplication in growth and development. by V. I͡A Brodskiĭ, V. Uryuvaeva. Published 1985 by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York. Cell differentiation, Cell proliferation, Cytogenetics, Genomes, Giant chromosomes, Polyploidy, Developmental biology, Science, Developmental Biology.

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This authoritative account of the developmental biology of genome multiplication, the reproduction of the genetic material that results in polyploid and polytene cells, is based on many years' study by its authors. Polyploid and polytene cells regularly occur in a wide range of organisms, including mammals, invertebrates, plants and protozoa. The cells also have a particular significance for the function of the tissues and organs of which they are an integral part. The first part of the book details the origin of polyploidy and polyteny in the normal development of many tissue systems. In the second part the various modes of genome multiplication, its control, and its biological significance are discussed. The book is fully referenced citing literature published in many languages, and is particularly valuable in that it includes scientific results previously available only in Russian.