The history of modern experimental embryology and regeneration shows the influence that these views have had on those who have followed the new work. In this chapter we will discuss three of the major research programs in experimental embryology the first concerns how forces outside the embryo influence its development the second concerns how forces within the embryo cause the differentiation of its cells the third looks at how the cells order themselves into tissues and organs. Experimental embryology identifies the stages of the determination of the material of rudimentary organs and tissues the sources of formative or inductive influences the role of synthesis of macromolecules in the processes of determination and differentiation and the factors responsible for morphogenesis. Experimental embryology by john w jenkinson anatomy descriptive and topographical in 625 illustrations by carl heitzmann the journal of the college of science imperial university of tokyo japan 1903 by tokyo teikoku daigaku. Wilhelm roux was an influential figure in the early history of experimental embryology although he originally studied medicine he was invited to be a privatdozentur or unsalaried lecturer at the anatomical institute in breslau wroclaw poland in 1879
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