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Parthenogenetic Activation and Development

  • M. Ishikawa

Abstract

In 1887, O. and R. HERTWIG reported that fertilization membrane formation in Paraoentrotus lividus could be artificially induced by shaking with chloroform, and R. HERTWIG (1895, 1896) found that artificial cleavage resulted from treating the eggs with strychnine. By exposing the eggs to sea water containing NaCl, KCl, or MgCl2, MORGAN (1899) obtained embryos that cleaved to about 64 cells. In 1899, LOEB obtained partheno-genetically developed Avbacia punotulata plutei using MgCl2-sea water and, in 1904 improved the method of artificial parthenogenesis by combining the membrane-forming and hypertonic treatments. PASPALEFF (192 5) published a study on the cytology of activated eggs.

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Butyric Acid Membrane Formation Hypertonic Solution Potassium Cyanide Sulfhydryl Reagent 
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