2 edition of Normal table of Xenopus laevis (Daudin) found in the catalog.
Normal table of Xenopus laevis (Daudin)
Hubrecht-Laboratorium (Embryologisch Instituut)
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|Statement||edited by P.D. Nieuwkoop and J. Faber.|
|Contributions||Nieuwkoop, Pieter D. ed., Faber, Jacob, 1926- ed.|
|LC Classifications||QL668.A6 U8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||243|
|LC Control Number||58000639|
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These frogs are particularly cannibalistic; the stomach contents of feral clawed frogs in California have revealed large amounts of the frog's larvae. We have also analyzed the distribution of the protein in the head tissue and in the dissected brain of tailbud stage embryos. We analyzed caspase mRNAs and found that caspase-9 and -3 mRNAs are maternal mRNA and activation of caspase-9 is one of the key steps for the execution of the apoptosis. Ramos, Douglas W. Male and female frogs can be easily distinguished through the following differences.
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Third, they are extremely fertile and have a relatively short life cycle. Smith, H. This leads to the question: How are the cells and tissues of the larval stage rearranged and redistributed to form the adult stage, at the same time allowing the developing organism to maintain necessary life functions?
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Females have a more Normal table of Xenopus laevis book cloaca and have hip-like bulges above their rear legs where their eggs are internally located. This is possibly an adaptation which allows filter feeding from the mouth through the gills to continue during development of the forelimbs.
However, Kobel et al. Herpetological Monographs Swann, personal communication ; Crayon, ; Brennan and Holycross, ; Kraus, ; Elliott et al.Color Atlas of Xenopus laevis Histology. Book January Wolf et al. ). Its morphology and normal histology are well known. Xenopus laevis laevis has a yellowish to darker, spotted to marbled dorsal coloring.
The frog's ventral surface is solid yellowish white to spotted. This subspecies has a fifth toe that is much longer than the tibia. Female X. laevis laevis are larger than males and average mm in length (Kobel et al., ). Females have large cloacal Missing: Normal table. Nieuwkoop, P.
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Book January Wolf et al. ). Its morphology and normal histology are well known.