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  1. Discover Biology (Core Topics Fourth Edition) by Michael L. Cain, Carol Kaesuk Yoon, et all 2009-03-16
  2. Dictyostelium: Evolution, Cell Biology, and the Development of Multicellularity (Developmental and Cell Biology Series) by Richard H. Kessin, 2010-08-05
  3. Cognitive Biology: Evolutionary and Developmental Perspectives on Mind, Brain, and Behavior (Vienna Series in Theoretical Biology)
  4. Developmental Neurobiology
  5. Discover Biology (Core Topics Third Edition) by Michael L. Cain, Hans Damman, et all 2007-02-15
  6. Human Reproductive Biology, Third Edition by Richard E. Jones, 2006-03-31
  7. Readers of the Book of Life: Contextualizing Developmental Evolutionary Biology by Anton Markos, 2002-11-21
  8. Essential Zebrafish Methods: Cell and Developmental Biology (Reliable Lab Solutions)
  9. Developmental Biology by Werner A. Müller, 1996-12-13
  10. A Practical Guide to Developmental Biology by Melissa Ann Gibbs, 2003-10-09
  11. Organogenesis of the Kidney (Developmental and Cell Biology Series) by Lauri Saxen, 2006-12-14
  12. Evolving Pathways: Key Themes in Evolutionary Developmental Biology by Giuseppe Fusco, 2008-01-28
  13. Developmental Biology Protocols Vol. 2 (Methods in Molecular Biology, 136) (Methods in Molecular Biology)
  14. Developmental Biology Protocols: Volume III (Methods in Molecular Biology)

21. Department Of Plant Biology At The Ohio State University, Department Of Plant Bi
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22. AR Cell Dev. Biol. -- Table Of Contents (Vol. 18)
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Kirsten Sandvig and Bo van Deurs MEMBRANE TRAFFIC EXPLOITED BY PROTEIN TOXINS Annu. Rev. Cell. Dev. Biol. 2002, Vol. 18: 1-24 [Abstract] [Full Text] [PDF]
Previously posted online on April 16, 2002 as 10.1146/annurev.cellbio.18.011502.142107. Wim Annaert and Bart De Strooper A CELL BIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE ON ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE Annu. Rev. Cell. Dev. Biol. 2002, Vol. 18: 25-51 [Abstract] [Full Text] [PDF]
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23. Current Advances In Cell & Developmental Biology
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24. Organismal Biology & Anatomy
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25. BioMed Central | BMC Developmental Biology
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29. Science Explained, Explains Cloning, Cell Biology And Developmental Biology.
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What makes Dolly different from identical twins is that she was grown from a cell taken from an ADULT animal! Many bright, well-respected scientists said it couldn't be done. Dr Ian Wilmut, who is in charge of the lab that created Dolly, admits that he had his doubts. However the hard work and imaginative thinking of his staff made it all possible. How did they do it and what did they do? First some background to teach you the basics of developmental biology
An oocyte (pronounced "oh-oh-sight") is an unfertilized egg and it has no chance of developing into an animal unless it's fertilized. A recently fertilized egg is called a zygote (pronounced "zye-goat"). Funny how the last two letters in the alphabet describe the first stage of an individual animal. For example, a frog zygote normally divides and grows into a complete animal, a tadpole. Later that tadpole will develop into an adult frog.

30. WWW Developmental Biology Links
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Web site descriptions have been provided by 92-210 Developmental Biology students. Topics Amphibian, Fish and Chick Development Commercial Sites Comprehensive Developmental Biology Sites Developmental Genetics ... Research Laboratories Amphibian, Fish and Chick Development Amphibian Embryology Tutorial
This tutorial, developed by Dr. Jeff Hardin, University of Wisconsin, is aimed at undergraduate university students. It is designed to aid in the study of morphogenetic events during early amphibian development. Incorporated in the site are detailed explanations pertaining to the use of amphibians as study animals and pictorials of a developing amphibian embryo. Topics covered include fertilization, cleavage, gastrulation and neurulation. The Fish Net This site provides excellent diagrams of the zebrafish embryo at 24, 48, 72 and 120 hours of development, including both dorsal and lateral views. It gives some neat information on how to use zebrafish in lab experiments, and how to maintain them in the laboratory. It also provides links to other zebrafish lab servers. Glossary This sites provides a lengthy and detailed glossary of terms that are related to the study of developmental biology, with particular reference to fish development. The glossary covers terms from actinotrichia to zygote.

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35. The Department Of Molecular, Cellular And Developmental Biology (MCDB)
molecular and cellular biology. Faculty lead active research programsfocusing on molecular aspects of cell and developmental biology. Category Reference Education
Novel Copper Containing Biomaterial Discovered in Jaws of Bloodworm MCDB Professor Herbert Waite and coworkers reported in the October 11 issue of Science on a marine organism that uses a unique copper-containing structure with unusual material properties. They found that the jaws of the marine bloodworm Glycera dibranchiata contain the copper-based biomineral atacamite [Cu 2 (OH)3 Cl ] that is bound to a histidine rich protein matrix. This discovery is remarkable because the amount of copper present would normally be toxic. The authors comment, "The marriage of protein with copper mineral as well as with bound copper ions is an intriguing concept per se but may also serve as a design prototype for new materials that need to be hard, lightweight, and durable." ( for more information see Steve Fisher to Receive Von Sallmann Prize in Geneva Professor Steven K. Fisher has been awarded the prestigious "2002 Ludwig Von Sallmann Prize for Outstanding Contributions to Vision and Ophthalmology". The Award Committee, which was unanimous in its support of Dr. Fisher, made special note of his "continuing research over many years toward a better understanding of the pathophysiology of retinal detachment". The award ceremony will be held in Geneva, Switzerland later in the year. Chuck Samuel Receives Prestigious Humboldt Research Award The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation in Germany awarded the Humboldt Forschungspreise to Professor

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Yale's Department of Molecular, Cellular and developmental biology offers awideranging program of study and research leading to the Ph.D. degree.
Introduction Yale's Department of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology offers a wide-ranging program of study and research leading to the Ph.D. degree. The program is supervised by approximately thirty faculty members working in six areas:
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Students whose interests overlap two or more of these areas are encouraged to develop a special program of study for themselves. In addition, students may develop programs of study in conjunction with other University departments such as Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry, Chemistry, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, or with other schools within the University such as the School of Medicine. The Department is located primarily in the twelve-story Kline Biology Tower and in the Osborn Memorial Laboratories. These are located on Yale's Science Hill, adjacent to Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry, Physics, Chemistry, Geology and Geophysics, Forestry and Environmental Studies and the Peabody Museum of Natural History.

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