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Les effets d'un choc thermique sur la morphogénèse des œufs de Batraciens

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If amphibian gastrulæ are heated at 36 to 37°C for one hour, their development is blocked irreversibly; if, however, the dorsal lip is removed from these blocked gastrulæ and implanted in a normal gastrula, its development is resumed and the host is the site of a neural induction.

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Brachet, J. Les effets d'un choc thermique sur la morphogénèse des œufs de Batraciens. Experientia 4, 353 (1948). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02164488

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