blastogenesis


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asexual reproduction by budding

theory that inherited characteristics are transmitted by germ plasm

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Desilets et al., "Caudal dysgenesis, sirenomelia, and situs inversus totalis: A primitive defect in blastogenesis," American Journal of Medical Genetics Part A, vol.
To obtain a precise picture of the prevailing mode of asexual reproduction, we revised various stages of blastogenesis in B.
GS or OAVS, first described in 1952 by Goldenhar [6], has been classified as a defect of blastogenesis, with time referred to all stages of development during the first 4 weeks of gestation.
In in vitro studies phagocytic activity of macrophages and B cell blastogenesis were found to be stimulated by fucoidan.
Later proportion of lymphocytes undergoing blastogenesis in the lower right" window were used for calculation of percentage of inhibition by using following formula: [1-Test/control x 100].
He postulated that there is a midline field defect during blastogenesis within the embryo.
It has been suggested that these neoplasms result from the disruption of blastogenesis; the process which otherwise results in conjoined twins.
Another well-known theory proposes that sirenomelia is a primary defect of blastogenesis that occurs during the final stages of gastrulation at the tail bud stage, corresponding to the third gestational week in human.
Brien, "Blastogenesis and morphogenesis," in Advances in Morphogenesis, M.
Evidences indicate that APS can enhance lymphocyte blastogenesis and stimulate macrophage activation without cytotoxic effects [7, 8].
Variability in chromosome aberrations, sister chromatid exchanges, and mitogen-induced blastogenesis in peripheral lymphocytes from control individuals.
In earlier study they correlated the suppression of lymphocyte blastogenesis with higher incidence of postpartum metritis in cows (Sato et al., 1995).