morphogenesis

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differentiation and growth of the structure of an organism (or a part of an organism)

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During embryonal development, it is produced in various embryonal tissues as well as in the placenta.
Most of the signaling pathways that affect cellular proliferation, migration and differentiation play important roles in both embryonal development and in tumor initiation and progression.
The team found that the gene FOXN3 plays a key role in the embryonal development of the heads of claw frogs.
Edwards was born in Manchester, England in 1925 and after military service took up the study of biology at the University of Wales in Bangor and at Edinburgh University in Scotland, where he received his PhD in 1955 with a Thesis on embryonal development in mice.
Cholesterol is an essential component of cell membranes in animals but is also vital for steroid hormone and bile acid synthesis as well as embryonal development.