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Publication Date: 1988
Publisher: Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, John
Pollack, Emanuel D., Bibb, Harold D.
REGULATION OF A NEURONAL POPULATION: THE LATERAL MOTOR COLUMN. Perspectives on the Development of Lateral Motor Column (E. Pollack). The Origin of Interindividual Variation in Motoneuron Number in the Lumbar Lateral Motor Column of Xenopus Laevis (D. Sperry). Merithocratic Selection Hypothesis in the Control of Motoneuron Death during Development (A. Lamb, et al.). SPECIFICITY IN NEURON DEVELOPMENT AND REGENERATION. Regulation of Spinal Nerve Fiber Growth and Neuronal Maturation in Vitro (W. Muhlach). Mechanisms of Neuromuscular Junction Development Studied in Tissue Culture (H. Peng, et al.). Hindlimb Innervation Patterns of Bullfrog Motor Axons during Development and Regeneration (M. Lee & P. Farel). The Development of Spinal Ganglia (H. Bibb). Specification of Spinal Sensory Neurons during Development (C. Smith & E. Frank). NEURONAL ORDER, DIFFERENTIATION, AND POPULATION ADJUSTMENTS. The Early Development of Neurons in Xenopus Embryos Revealed by Transmitter Immunocytochemistry for Serotonin, GABA, and Glycine (A. Roberts). Toward an Understanding of Tectal Development in Frogs (J. Kollros). A Neuronal Pattern Unfolding: Properties of Retinotectal Differentiation in Frog Tadpoles (M. Constantin-Paton). Neurogenesis of the Frog Cerebellum (A. Gona, et al.). Index.Pollack, Emanuel D. is the author of 'Developmental Neurobiology of the Frog', published 1988 under ISBN 9780471500377 and ISBN 0471500372.
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