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Main Title Modularity in development and evolution /
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Schlosser, Gerhard,
Wagner, Gèunter P.
Publisher University of Chicago Press,
Year Published 2004
OCLC Number 52477337
ISBN 0226738531 (cloth : alk. paper); 9780226738536 (cloth : alk. paper); 0226738558 (pbk. : alk. paper); 9780226738550 (pbk. : alk. paper)
Subjects Developmental biology. ; Evolution (Biology) ; Developmental Biology. ; Evolution. ; Evolutionaire biologie. ; Ontwikkelingsbiologie. ; Biologia do desenvolvimento. ; Evoluðcäao.
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ELBM  QH491.M59 2004 AWBERC Library/Cincinnati,OH 01/04/2010
Collation x, 600 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Notes
Introduction : The modularity concept in developmental and evolutionary biology / Gerhard Schlosser and Gèunter P. Wagner -- Selector genes and the genetic control of developmental modules / Craig Nelson -- The basic helix-loop-helix proteins in vertebrate and invertebrate neurogenesis / Uwe Strèahle and Patrick Blader -- The Pax/Six/Eya/Dach network in development and evolution / Gabrielle Kardon, Tiffany A. Heanue and Clifford J. Tabin -- The notch signaling module / Josâe F. de Celis -- Sonic hedgehog and Wnt signaling pathways during development and evolution / Anne-Gaèelle Borycki --Modular pleiotropic effects of quantitative trait loci on morphological traits / James M. Cheverud -- Central nervous system development : from embryonic modules to functional modules / Christoph Redies and Luis Puelles -- Synexpression groups : genetic modules and embryonic development / Christof Niehrs -- Systematic exploration and mining of gene expression data provides evidence for higher-order, modular regulation / Roland Somogyi ... [et al.] -- Qualitative analysis of gene networks : toward the delineation of cross-regulatory modules / Denis Thieffry and Lucas Sâanchez -- Exploring modularity with dynamical models of gene networks / George von Dassow and Eli Meir -- Basins of attraction in network dynamics : a conceptual framework for biomolecular networks / Andrew Wuensche -- Informational accretion, gene duplication, and the mechanisms of genetic module parcellation / Allan G. Force, William A. Cresko and F. Bryan Pickett -- The role of genetic architecture constraints in the origin of variational modularity / Gèunter P. Wagner and Jason G. Mezey -- Generative entrenchment, modularity, and evolvability : when genic selection meets the whole organism / William C. Wimsatt and Jeffery C. Schank -- Starting the segmentation gene cascade in insects / Urs Schmidt-Ott and Ernst A. Wimmer -- The evolution of nematode development : how cells and genes change their function / Ralf J. Sommer -- Modularity in the evolution of vertebrate appendages / Neil H. Shubin and Marcus C. Davis -- The individual as a module : solitary-to-colonial transitions in metazoan evolution and development / Brad Davidson, Molly W. Jacobs and Billie J. Swalla -- Evolvability, modularity, and individuality during the transition to multicellularity in volvocalean green algae / Aurora M. Nedelcu and Richard E. Michod -- Symbiosis, evolvability, and modularity / Kim Sterelny -- The role of modules in development and evolution / Gerhard Schlosser.