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by Baruch Rinkevich,Valeria Matranga

ePub Stem Cells in Marine Organisms download
Author:
Baruch Rinkevich,Valeria Matranga
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978-9048127665
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Springer; 2009 edition (October 29, 2009)
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Baruch Rinkevich, Valeria Matranga. Do real stem cells and stem cell lineages exist in lower organisms? Can stem cells from one organism parasitize the soma and/or the germ line of conspecifics?

Baruch Rinkevich, Valeria Matranga.

Do real stem cells and stem cell lineages exist in lower organisms? .

The study on stem cells from marine invertebrates may shed lights on mechanisms promoting immunity, developmental biology, regeneration and budding processes in marine invertebrates, body maintenance, aging and senescence.

Summarizes current knowledge on marine invertebrate stem cells. Represents the widest aspects on stem cells from marine phyla. The study on stem cells from marine invertebrates may shed lights on mechanisms promoting immunity, developmental biology, regeneration and budding processes in marine invertebrates, body maintenance, aging and senescence. It aims in encouraging a larger scientific community to follow and study the novel phenomena of stem cells behaviours as depicted from the few currently studied marine invertebrates.

Автор: Baruch Rinkevich; Valeria Matranga Название: Stem .

Yuval Rinkevich, Valeria Matranga and Baruch Rinkevich 5 Stem Cells in Asexual Reproduction of Marine .

Yuval Rinkevich, Valeria Matranga and Baruch Rinkevich 5 Stem Cells in Asexual Reproduction of Marine Invertebrates. Helen Nilsson Sköld, Matthias Obst, Mattias Sköld, and Bertil Åkesson 6 Neuroimmune Chemical Messengers and Their Conservation During Evolution. Stem Cells in Multichimeras Many sedentary marine organisms possess the trait of gregarious settlements of kin larvae (Grosberg and Quinn 1986; Rinkevich and Weissman 1987b; Barki et al.

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Valeria Matranga, Ilaria Corsi. Yuval Rinkevich, Valeria Matranga, Baruch Rinkevich. Three specialized cell types constitute the heterogeneous population present in the coelomic cavity fluid of sea urchins. The list includes: phagocytes, which undergo a stress-induce. More).

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Rinkevich, V. Matranga (ed., Stem Cells in Marine Organisms, DOI 1. 2 5, C. Springer Science+Business Media . However, most of these studies have been performed in parthenogenetic asexual organisms, while clonal reproduction by some type of fissioning is rarely considered, although this type of reproduction is known to exist in most phyla within metazoans . Evidence for the occurrence of this effect in other fissiparous Dugesia species can be found in two studies that were focused on D. sicula and D. japonica.

Do real stem cells and stem cell lineages exist in lower organisms? Can stem cells from one organism parasitize the soma and/or the germ line of conspecifics? Can differentiated cells in marine organisms be re-programmed to regenerate tissues, organs and appendages through novel de-differentiation, transdifferentiation, or re-differentiation processes, leading to virtually all three germ layers, including the germline? The positive answers to above questions open a new avenue in stem cell research: the biology of stem cells in marine organisms. It is therefore unfortunate that while the literature on stem cell from terrestrial organisms is rich and expanding at an exponential rate, investigations on marine organisms’ stem cells are very limited and scarce.

By presenting theoretical chapters, overview essays and specific re, this book summarises the knowledge and the hypotheses on stem cells in marine organisms through major phyla and specific model organisms. The study on stem cells from marine invertebrates may shed lights on mechanisms promoting immunity, developmental biology, regeneration and budding processes in marine invertebrates, body maintenance, aging and senescence. It aims in encouraging a larger scientific community to follow and study the novel phenomena of stem cells behaviours as depicted from the few currently studied marine invertebrates.