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Studies in the development of frog hybrids III Inductive ability of the dorsal lip region of Rana pipiens female x Rana sylvatica male hybrids



Studies in the development of frog hybrids III Inductive ability of the dorsal lip region of Rana pipiens female x Rana sylvatica male hybrids



Jour Exptl Zool: 127-153



The cessation of normal development at the beginning of gastrulation in the R. pipiens female x R. sylvatica male hybrids is associated with a reduction in potency of the dorsal lip organizer. This is shown by the fact that the structures formed in the secondary embryo following implantation of a hybrid dorsal lip into the blastocoel of a normal embryo are small in size, less frequent in occurrence, and poorer in degree of differentiation than are those formed through the action of a normal dorsal lip.

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