Cover ImageCover: A stage 41 Xenopus retinal section immunolabelled for GFP (red), BrdU (green) and rhodopsin (blue). A single GFP-labelled retinal progenitor cell (RPC) clone, comprising a rod photoreceptor, an amacrine and a retinal ganglion cell (all BrdU−), indicates that RPCs can produce any cell type at the onset of retinogenesis and are heterogeneous in their developmental schedule. See Research article by Wong and Rapaport on p. 1707.
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Floral stem cell termination involves the direct regulation of AGAMOUS by PERIANTHIA
Dual roles of the bZIP transcription factor PERIANTHIA in the control of floral architecture and homeotic gene expression
Mutations in zebrafish leucine-rich repeat-containing six-like affect cilia motility and result in pronephric cysts, but have variable effects on left-right patterning
Distinct phases of cardiomyocyte differentiation regulate growth of the zebrafish heart
DORNRÖSCHEN is a direct target of the auxin response factor MONOPTEROS in the Arabidopsis embryo
Neuroepithelial cells require fucosylated glycans to guide the migration of vagus motor neuron progenitors in the developing zebrafish hindbrain
A cluster of three long-range enhancers directs regional Shhexpression in the epithelial linings
Short- and long-range functions of Goosecoid in zebrafish axis formation are independent of Chordin, Noggin 1 and Follistatin-like 1b
Start of the embryonic cell cycle is dually locked in unfertilized starfish eggs
Sulfation of chondroitin sulfate proteoglycans is necessary for proper Indian hedgehog signaling in the developing growth plate
Role of noggin as an upstream signal in the lack of neuronal derivatives found in the avian caudal-most neural crest
Notch signaling controls liver development by regulating biliary differentiation
FGF-regulated BMP signaling is required for eyelid closure and to specify conjunctival epithelial cell fate
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