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Cells in Evolutionary Biology, 1ed

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This book is the first in a projected series on Evolutionary Cell Biology, the intent of which is to demonstrate the essential role of cellular mechanisms in transforming the genotype into the phenotype by transforming gene activity into evolutionary change in morphology. This book ―Cells in Evolutionary Biology ― evaluates the evolution of cells themselves and the role cells have been viewed to play as agents of change at other levels of biological organization. Chapters explore Darwin’s use of cells in his theory of evolution and how Weismann’s theory of the separation of germ plasm from body cells brought cells to center stage in understanding how acquired changes to cells within generations are not passed on to future generations. The study of evolution through the analysis of cell lineages during embryonic development dominated evolutionary cell biology until usurped by the switch to genes as the agents of heredity in the first decades of the 20th century. Discovery that cells exchanged organelles via symbiosis led to a fundamental reevaluation of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells and to a reorganizations of the Tree of Life. Identification of cellular signaling centers, of mechanisms responsible for cellular patterning, and of cell behavior and cellular condensations as mediating the plasticity that enables phenotypic change during evolution, provided powerful new synergies between cell biology and evolutionary theory and the basis for Evolutionary Cell Biology.

About the Author

Brian K. Hall, University Research Professor Emeritus at Dalhousie University, was trained in Australia as an experimental embryologist. His research concentrated on the differentiation of skeletal tissues, especially, how epithelial–mesenchymal signaling initiates osteogenesis and chondrogenesis through the formation of cellular condensations. These studies led him to earlier stages of development and the origin and function of skeletogenic neural crest cells. Comparative studies, using embryos from all five classes of vertebrates provided a strong evolutionary component to his research. These studies, along with analyses of the developmental basis of homology, played significant roles in the establishing of evolutionary developmental biology. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, Foreign Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Science, and recipient of a Killam Prize. He was one of eight individuals awarded the first Kovalevsky Medals in 2000 to recognize the most distinguished scientists of the twentieth century in comparative zoology and evolutionary embryology.

Contents

Chapter 1: The Role of Cells and Cell Theory in Evolutionary Thoughtr ca. 1840-1872
Chapter 2: Germ Cells and Somatic Cells in Evolutionary Biology: August Weismann’s Germ Plasm Theory
Chapter 3: Cell Lineages in Ontogeny and Phylogeny from 1900
Chapter 4: Protists and Multiple Routes to the Evolution of Multicellularity
Chapter 5: Symbiosis in Eukaryotic Cell Evolution: Genomic Consequences and Changing Classification
Chapter 6: Cellular Signaling Centers and the Maintenance and Evolution of Morphological Patterns in Vertebrates
Chapter 7: Cellular Control of Timer Sizer and Shape in Development and Evolution
Chapter 8: Cellular Basis of Evolution in Animals: An Evo-Devo Perspective
Chapter 9: Dynamical Patterning Modules Link Genotypes to Morphological Phenotypes in Multicellular Evolution

قیمت : 3500 تومان
لینک کوتاه : https://bookbaz.ir/?p=94836
نویسنده : Brian K. Hall , Sally A. Moody
ناشر : CRC Press; 1 edition
سال انتشار : 2018
زبان کتاب : انگلیسی
نوع فایل : PDF
تعداد صفحات : 295
(ISBN) شابک : 149878786X
قیمت کتاب درآمازون : $101.10
حجم فایل : 13 MB

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