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Figure 3.21 The widely used RTK signal transduction pathway
Figure 3.22 Activation of MITF transcription factor through the binding of stem cell factor by the Kit RTK protein (Part 2)
Tunicate life cycle
Part Figure II.2 Autonomous specification in the early tunicate embyro (Part 1)
Part Figure II.2 Autonomous specification in the early tunicate embyro (Part 2)
Part Figure II.3 Microsurgery on tunicate eggs forces some of the yellow crescent cytoplasm of the muscle-forming B4.1 blastomeres to enter the b4.2 blastomere pair
Part Figure II.4 Conditional specification
Part Figure II.6 Roux’s attempt to demostrate autonomous specification
Part Figure II.7 Driesch’s demonstration of conditional specification
Part Figure II.9 The “French flag” analogy for conditional specification (Part 1)
Part Figure II.9 The “French flag” analogy for conditional specification (Part 2)
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