Experimental and Theoretical Advances in Biological Pattern Formation

  • Hans G. Othmer
  • Philip K. Maini
  • James D. Murray

Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSA, volume 259)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-ix
  2. Debbie L. Benson, Philip K. Maini, Jonathan A. Sherratt
    Pages 29-32
  3. Susan V. Bryant, Terry F. Hayamizu, David M. Gardiner
    Pages 37-44
  4. Gerhard C. Cruywagen, P. K. Maini, J. D. Murray
    Pages 61-64
  5. Faustino Sánchez-Garduño, Philip K. Maini
    Pages 83-86
  6. Brian Goodwin, Stuart Kauffman
    Pages 87-99
  7. J. R. Hinchliffe, T. J. Horder
    Pages 105-119
  8. T. J. Horder
    Pages 121-148
  9. Paul Hunt, Robb Krumlauf
    Pages 161-181
  10. Russell E. Jacobs, Scott E. Fraser
    Pages 183-190
  11. Philip K. Maini, Robert Dillon, Hans G. Othmer
    Pages 231-235
  12. B. N. Nagorcka, D. L. Adelson, J. R. Mooney, B. A. Kelley
    Pages 255-266
  13. George F. Oster, Charles S. Peskin
    Pages 267-276
  14. Pauline Schaap, Mei Wang
    Pages 301-318
  15. Jonathan A. Sherratt, Julian Lewis
    Pages 319-323
  16. David R. Soll, Deborah Wessels, Andrew Sylwester
    Pages 325-338
  17. Dennis Summerbell
    Pages 339-344
  18. Rudolf Winklbauer, Martina Nagel, Andreas Selchow
    Pages 355-367
  19. Malcolm P. Young, Jack W. Scannell
    Pages 369-384
  20. Back Matter
    Pages 385-388

About this book


This volume contains the proceedings of the NATO ARW on 'Biological Pattern Formation' held at Merton College, University of Oxford, on 27-31 August, 1992. The objective of the workshop was to bring together a select group of theoreticians and experimental biologists to present the latest results in the area of biological pattern formation and to foster interactiqn across dis- plines. The workshop was divided into 5 main areas: (i) limb development, (ii) Dictyostelium discoideum, (iii) Drosophila, (iv) cell movement, (v) g- eral pattern formation. We thank all the participants for their contributions, enthusiasm, and willingness to collaborate. There was a genuine, open, and extremely fru- ful interaction between the experimentalists and theoreticians which made the workshop a success. We also thank The Welcome Trust for providing additional funding. The local organization fell mainly on Denise McKittrick and Beverley Bhaskhare at the Mathematical Institute, Oxford, and Jeanette Hudson and the staff of Merton College. We greatly appreciate their help and patience. We also thank Jonathan Sherratt, Wendy Brandts and Debbie Benson for helping out in the conference and for providing a happy welcome to parti- pants on a typically cold, wet and windy English summer day.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Hans G. Othmer
    • 1
  • Philip K. Maini
    • 2
  • James D. Murray
    • 3
  1. 1.University of UtahSalt Lake CityUSA
  2. 2.University of OxfordOxfordEngland, UK
  3. 3.University of WashingtonSeattleUSA

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