Volume 4 of "Advances in Developmental Biology and Biochemistry
"consists of five chapters that review specific aspects of fly and
mammalian development. In Chapter 1, Y. Mishina and R. Behringer
discuss various aspects of Mullerian-inhibiting substance (MIS) in
mammals, from a brief history of its discovery to recent studies of
the MIS gene in transgenic and knock-out animals. In Chapter 2, C.
Rushlow and S. Roth discuss the role of the "dpp"-group genes in
dorsoventral patterning of the "Drosophila" embryo. In Chapter 3,
M. Yip and H. Lipshitz discuss the terminal (asegmental termini)
gene hierarchy of "Drosophila" and the genetic control of tissue
specification and morphogenesis. In Chapter 4, R. Bachvarova
discusses induction of mesoderm and the origin of
anterior-posterior polarity in the mouse embryo, using the frog
embryo as a paradigm. In Chapter 5, P. Vogt discusses human Y
chromosome function in male germ cell development.
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Paul M. Wassarman
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