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Rapid Evolution of Early Development: Reorganization of Early Morphogenetic Processes in a Direct-Developing Sea Urchin

  • Rudolf A. Raff
  • Jonathan J. Henry
  • Gregory A. Wray
Part of the Bodega Marine Laboratory Marine Science Series book series (BMSS)

Abstract

A century ago Wilhelm Roux proposed that the underlying processes of development could be revealed by experimental interference with specific developmental events (Roux 1895). Most of our current understanding of developmental processes has been achieved by experimental studies along the lines propounded by Roux. Modern practice uses experimental manipulations at cellular, molecular, and genetic levels, with primary emphasis on gaining an understanding of mechanisms of development. Evolutionary questions are seldom asked, and have had little influence on the mainstream of modern developmental biology. Nevertheless, some 20th Century investigators have maintained an interest in the study of the role of developmental processes in evolution (see Bonner 1982; Garstang 1922; deBeer 1958; Gould 1977; Raff and Kaufman 1983). An appreciation of the role of evolution in developmental biology has begun to take hold during the past decade with a growing interest in the attempt to fuse these two very dissimilar disciplines in a workable manner.

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Animal Pole Ciliated Band Dorsoventral Axis Indirect Development Fertilization Envelope 
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  • Rudolf A. Raff
    • 1
  • Jonathan J. Henry
    • 1
  • Gregory A. Wray
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute for Molecular and Cellular Biology, and Department of BiologyIndiana UniversityBloomingtonUSA

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