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V0LUME16, part 1 
EUROPE 

data collected during 1975 



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GENERAL EMBRYOLOGICAL 
INFORMATION SERVICE 



Issued by the Hubrecht Laboratoiy 

on behalf of the 

General Embryological Information Service Foundation 



VOLUME 16, part 1 
EUROPE 

data collected during 1975 



Utrecht-Netherlands 



SUBJECT COVERAGE 



Invertebrates, Vertebrates, and Man 
developmental biology, including: 

descriptive embryology 
experimental embryology 
physiological embryology 

developmental genetics 

developmental pathology and teratogenesis 

metamorphosis 

regeneration 

asexual reproduction and development 

Plants and Unicellular Organisms 
experimental morphology 
developmental physiology 



Edited by Dr. J. Faber, 

Deputy Director of the Hubrecht Laboratory 

Managing Editor: B. Z. Salome 

Hubrecht Laboratory 
Uppsalalaan 8 

Universiteitscentrum "De Uithof" 
UTRECHT, Netherlands 

Printed in the Netherlands, 1976 



CONTENTS 



Introduction 5 

Changes of Address in Countries outside Europe, received since the appearance of 

vol. 1 5, part 2 7 

Directory of Names and Addresses, with subjects of research (alphabetical order) . 8 

Directory of Institutes, with members engaged in developmental biology. Europe . Ill 

Subject Index (alphabetical order) 132 

International Organizations and Facilities 184 

Book Notices 189 



INTRODUCTION 



Since 1973 each volume of General Embryological Information Service is issued in two 
parts: 

Part 1 contains the data on research workers in Europe. The Subject Index of this part 
refers to the research subjects of European investigators only. 

Part 2 will contain the data on investigators in all countries outside Europe, and will be 
organized in the same manner as part 1 . 

In the research subjects the wording used by the investigators was generally retained, 
but some changes have been made in order to save space. Repetitions of words and parts 
of entries giving too much detail were omitted; phrases such as; "research on . . ." or 
"studies of . . ." were cancelled; often methods were put in brackets at the end of the 
entry. Inevitably these condensations have caused a certain loss of information, but we 
feel that clarity is not seriously impaired. 

For the names of higher taxa of experimental animals the following books have been 
consulted: L. A. Borradaile and F. A. Potts, The Invertebrata (4th ed., 1963), and 
J. Z. Young, The Life of Vertebrates (2nd ed., 1962).- Lord RothschUd, A Classification 
of Living Animals (2nd ed., 1965) was also of much use. 

Generally the highest taxon given at the end of the entry is the class, but in Mammalia, 
Reptilia, Amphibia, and Insecta it is the order, while in Crustacea and Arachnida both the 
class and the order are listed. 

Due to the fact that the administrative seat of the International Society of Develop- 
mental Biologists is no longer at the Hubrecht Laboratory, membership of the Society is 
no longer indicated in the Directory of Names and Addresses. However, in the section on 
International Organizations we publish a complete ISDB membership list every other year 
(in part 1). 

A publication like this can only fulfil its role with the help of all developmental 
biologists. We therefore solicit your co-operation, particularly by alerting your colleagues 
to the existence of the Service, and by paying your subscription fees in time. This is 
indispensable for us to maintain a sound financial basis. 

J. Faber 

B. Z. Salome 



CHANGES OF ADDRESS IN COUNTRIES OUTSIDE EUROPE 

received since the appearance of volume 15, part 2 



CROSS (FIRMIN), Mrs. P. C; Ph.D. - Fac. of Med., Mem. Univ. of Newfoundland, St. JOHN'S, Nfld 

A1C5S7, Canada 
DINSMORE, C. E.; A.B. - Dept. of Biol., Emmanuel Coll., BOSTON, MA 02115, USA 
EDDS M V Jr.; Ph.D., Prof. - c/o Neurosci. Res. Progr., Massachusetts Inst, of Techno!., 165 

Allandale St., JAMAICA PLAIN, Ma 02130, USA 
FULLILOVE, MissS. L.;Ph.D - Dept. of Biol., Univ. of Nebraska, OMAHA, Ne 68101, USA 
HINSCH Miss G. W.: Ph.D.. Prof. - Dept. of Biol., Univ. of South Florida, lAMPA, FL 33592, USA 
KHARE,' M. K.; D.Phil. - School of Life Sci., North Eastern Hill Univ., SHILLONG., 793003 India 
KIRSTEN, W. H.; Prof. - Dept. of Pathol., Univ. of Chicago, 950 E. 59th St., CHICAGO, IL 60637, 

USA 
KONISHI, T.; D.Sc. - Kanebo Inst, for Cane. Res., Kanebo Hosp., Misaki-cho 1, Hyogo-ku, KOBE, 

LUCKETT W P.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Anat., Sch. of Med., Creighton Univ., OMAHA, NE 68178, USA 

MIKAMO k • b.Sc. - Dept. of Biol. Sci., Asahikawa Med. Coll., ASAHIKAWA, Japan 

MOMENT G B ■ Ph D Prof. - Dept. of Biol., Goucher Coll., BALTIMORE, MD 21204, and Lab. of 

CeU and Comp. Physiol., Gerontol. Res. Ctr., N.I.H., BALTIMORE, MD 2 1224, USA 
O'RAHILLY R • M D. Prof. - Carnegie Labs, of Embryol., Univ. of Calit., DAVIS, CA 95616, USA 
REESE, D. H.; Ph.D. - Lab. of Vision Res., Natl. Eye Inst., N.I.H., BETHESDA, MD 20014, USA 
SCHMIDT A J.; Ph.D., Prof. - Dept. of Anat., Rush-Presbyterian- St. Luke's Med. Ctr., 1753 

W.Congress Parkway, CHICAGO, IL 60612, USA 
SIRAKAMI K. I.- D.Sc, Prof. - Zool. Inst., Kyoto Univ., KYOTO, Japan; deceased 
THOMAS, R. J.; Ph.D - Dept. of Prev. Med. and Publ. Health, Creighton Univ., 2500 Calitornia, 

OMAHA, NE 68178, USA 



DIRECTORY OF NAMES AND ADDRESSES 
with Subjects of Research 

(alphabetical order) 

Unless stated otherwise, information in this directory is based upon data sheets which 
were sent to the institutes listed in the Directory of Institutes, and returned to the editors 
before August 1975. Scientists were asked to state theh name, degree(s), address, and 
research subjects in so far as recent, unpublished work in developmental biology was 
concerned. 

Complete entries (with research subjects) are entirely based on the data sheets. 
Subjects identical to those in vol. 1 5 were confirmed by the scientists still to be correct. 

Entries without research subjects 

a. Persons listed on the sheets as being engaged in research in developmental biology, 
without further specification of subjects. 

b. Persons with a complete entry in vol. 15 who have not returned their sheets. Name, 
degrees, and addresses were reprinted unchanged from vol. 1 5 and may be partially out of 
date. 

c. Emeritus professors no longer active in research. 

d. Some persons who have not returned data sheets for two or more volumes have been 
listed nevertheless; cases in point are several I.S.D.B. members. 

e. Persons listed in vol. 1 5 whose death has come to our attention (marked t)- 

Persons listed in vol. 15 but not in vol. 16 

a. Persons who had research subjects in vol. 15 but are no longer engaged in research in 
developmental biology. 

b. Persons who had no research subjects in vol. 1 5 and have not returned the sheets for 
both vol. 15 and 16. 



ABEL, W.;Dr. - Bot. Inst., Univ. Heidelberg, Hofmeisterweg 4, 69 HEIDELBERG, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Differentiation and genetic regulation of development. Sphaerocarpos donnellii (Hepaticae), 

Nicotiana tabacum (Angiospermae) 
ABERCROMBIE, M.; Prof. - Strangeways Res. Lab., Worts Causeway, CAMBRIDGE CB14RN, 

England 
a Cell relations in tissue culture. Gallus gallus (Aves), Mus musculus (Rodentia) (with G. A. DUNN) 
ABRO, A. - Anat. Inst., Univ. of Bergen, Arstadvei 19, 5000 BERGEN, Norway 
a Embryology of the testis. Erinaceus spec, Sorex spec, Neomys spec. (Insectivora) 
ABRUNHOSA, R.; M.D. - Inst, of Anat., Eac of Med., Rua de Belem 240, Asprela, PORTO, Portugal 
a Ultrastructure of the epithclio-mesenchymal interface during early organogenesis. Mus musculus 

(Rodentia) 
b Thymus development. Same species as a 
ACCORDI, Miss E.; Dr.nat.sci. - 1st. di Zool. "Eederico Raffaele", Viale dell'Universita 32, 00161 

ROMA (7), Italy 
a Differentiation and developmental correlations between hypophysis, adrenals, and gonads. Rana 

esculenta (Anura), Gallus gallus (Aves) (with H. MANELLI, L. MASTROLIA, E. MILANO- 

GRASSI and V. GALLO) 
b Experiments on PNMT (phenylethanolaminc-N-methyl transferase) activity in embryonic 

adrenals. Gallus gallus (Aves) 
ACIIERMANN, I.; Dipl.nat. - Zool.-Vergi. Anat. Inst., Univ. Zurich, Kunstlergasse 16, 8006 

ZURICH, Switzerland 
a Metaplasia. Podocoryne carnea (Ilydrozoa) 
ADAMS, C. E..; Dr. - A.R.C. Unit of Reprod. Physiol, and Biochem., 307 Huntingdon Rd., 

CAMBRIDGE CB3 OJQ, England ., 

a Development of ova (preimplantation stages) with special reference to the matcrnakehv^rohment 

using tiie egg transfer technique. Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha) 
b Viability of sperm in tiic female tract and quantitative aspects of fertilization. Same species as a 



c Delayed implantation. Meriones unguiculatus. (Rodentia), Mustela vison (Carnivora) 
ADAMSON, Miss E. D.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Zool., Univ. of Oxford, South Parks Rd., OXFORD 

0X1 3PS, England 
a Biochemical differentiation in teratoma cells in vitro: appearance of tissue-specific markers, such 

as acetylcholinesterase, creatine phosphokinase and aldolase. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Histone synthesis and storage during oogenesis; probable occurrence of Fl histone. Xenopus 

laevis (Anura) 
ADINOLFl, M.; M.D., Ph.D. - Paediat. Res. Unit., Guy's Hosp. Med. School, St. Thomas St., 

LONDON SEl 9RT, England 
a Ontogeny of components of complement and lysozyme, using in vitro cultures of foetal tissues 

and analysis of the newly synthesized proteins by means of autoradiography of immunoelectro- 

phoretic plates. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b F"etal proteins, particularly alpha-fetoprotein (AFP). Homo sapiens (Primates; Rodentia) 
c Synthesis of AFP in mouse-man hybrid cells and during cell cycle. (Mammalia) 
AFZELIUS, B. A.; Fil.Dr. - Wenner-Gren Inst., Norrtullsgatan 16, 113 45 STOCKHOLM, Sweden 
a FTne structure of germ cells, (lower Invertebrata) 

AGRELL, I. P. S.t Prof. - Zoophysiol. Inst., Univ. of Lund, LUND, Sweden 
AIMAR, Ch.; Dr.Sci. - Lab. d'Embryol., Univ. Paris VI, 4 place Jussieu, 75230 PARIS Cedex 05, 

France 
a Nucleocytoplasmic interactions during embryonic development studied by nuclear grafting. 

(Urodela) 
b Control of DNA synthesis in the egg prior to the first cleavage. (Urodela) 
AISENSTADT, T. B. - Inst, of Developm. Biol., Acad, of Sci. of the USSR, Vavilov St. 26, MOSCOW 

117334, U.S.S.R. 
a Effect of gonadotropins and changes in the germinal vesicle and in the oocyte cytoplasm during 

maturation. (Acipenseridae, Chondrostei; Amphibia) (with T. A. DETTLAFF and M. N. 

SKOBLINA) 
b Oogenesis. Hydra oligactis (Hydrozoa) 
AKHABADZE, L. V.; Cand.biol.sci. - Inst, of Devi. Biol., Acad, of Sci. of the USSR. Vavilov St26, 

MOSCOW 117334, U.S.S.R. 
a Development and teratology of the iris and ciliary body in organ culture. Rattus norvegicus 

(Rodentia) (with O. G. STROEVA) 
AL-ADHAMI, M. A.; M.Sc. - Unit of Devi. Biol., Dept. of Zool., Univ. Coll., Belfield, Stillorgan Rd., 

DUBLIN 4, Ireland 
a Haemopoiesis in embryos (histology, culturing of explants, biochemistry). Poecilia reticulata, 

Pterophyllum scalare, Salmo trutta, Brachydanio rerio (Teleostei) 
ALBANESE CARMIGNANI, Mrs. M. P.; Prof. - Inst, of Zool. and Comp. Anat., Univ. of Messina, Via 

dei Verdi 75, 98100 MESSINA, Italy 
a Contribution of material for yolk synthesis by follicular cells penetrating into the ooplasm 

(cytochemistry). Octopus vulgaris (Cephalopoda) 
b Structural and cytochemical modifications of yolk globules during vitellogenesis. Pisania 

maculosa (Gastropoda) 
ALE!1;;RT, J.; Dr.Biol.Anim. - Lab. de Biol. Anim. A, Univ. de Bordeaux I, Av. des Facultes, 33405 

TALENCE, France 
a Morphogenese de I'appareil digestif. (Anura) 

b Ultrastructure des cellules du tube digestif chez I'embryo et la larve (Anura) 
c Metamorphose experimentale de I'intestin. (Anura) 
d Interactions endo- mesodermiques. Rana dalmatina (Anura) 
e Culture "in vitro" du massif endodermique. (Anura) 
ALEXANDRE, H. L. - Dept. of Molec.BioL, Free Univ. of Brussels, 67 rue des Chevaux, 1640 

RHODE-ST.-GENESE, Belgium 
a In vivo and in vitro maturation of oocytes (autoradiography, biochemistry). Mus musculus 

(Rodentia) 
b Trophoblast determination during preimplantation development in vitro (cytochemistry, auto- 
radiography, electron microscopy, biochemistry). Same species as a 
c Sensitivity to X-rays during early embryonic stages (electron microscopy, cytochemistry, auto- 

radiocraphy, biochemistry). Same species as a 
ALEXANDRU, Mrs. C; Dr.med. - Lab. de Embriol. Norm, si Patol., Acad, de Stiinje Med., Centr. de 

Cere. Med., Bui. M. Viteazul 24, 1900 TlMlJjOARA, Rumania 
a Experimental teratology of the central nervous system. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b Development of cerebral vesicles. Same species as a 
ALFEI (TORCIA), Mrs. L.; Ph.D. - 1st. di Anat. Comp. "Battista Grassi", Univ. di Roma, Via 

A. Borelli 50, 00161 ROMA, Italy 
a Fucoglycoproteins in developing nervous system. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b Jhe development and pattern olmovements in the embryo. Salmo gairdneri (Teleostei) 
ALLEAUME (BORDES), Mrs. N.; Dr.Sci. - Lab. de Zool. Expe'r., Univ. de Bordeaux 1, Av. des 

Faculte's, 33405 TALENCE, France 
a Determination des caracteres larvaires et imaginaux. Calliphora spec, Drosophila spec. (Diptcra) 
ALSAT, Mrs. E. - Lab. de Chim. Horm., Maternite de Port-Royal, 123 Bd. de Port Royal, 75014 

PARIS, France 
ALVAREZ, L.; Med. Dr., Prof. - Inst. F.Oloriz, Fac. of Med., Univ. of Granada, GRANADA, Spain 
AMBROSI,G.,M.D. -Inst, of Human Anat., Fac. of Med., Univ. of Bari, PoUclinico, 70124 BARl, Italy 
a Morphological and experimental research on conjunctival papillae and scleral ossicles. Gallus 
domesticus (Aves) 



b Relationships between vascular and cytoarchitectural patterns during development of spinal cord 

under normal and experimental conditions. Same species as a 
AMELS, Mrs. D.; M.D. - Lab. de Fmbriol. Norm. $1 Patol., Acad. Stiinfe Med., Centr. de Cere. Med., 

Bd.M.Viteazui 24, 1900 TIMO3OARA. Rumania 
a Experimental teratology and teratological screening. Mus musculus, Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
AMER, M.; M.es Sci. - Lab. de Morphogen. Vege't., Univ. d'Aix-Marseille 111, Centre St-Charles, place 

Victor Hugo, 13331 MARSEILLE Cedcx 3, France 
a Controle de la formation des bourgeons axillaires. Gleditsia triacanthos (Leguminosae) 
b Controle de I'histogenese de I'appareil conducteur. Meme espece comme a 
AMOROSO, E. C; F.R.S., Prof. - A.R.C. Inst, of Anim. Physiol., Brabaham, CAMBRIDGE CB2 4AT, 

England 
a Immunology of trophoblast 
AMPRINO, R. M.; M.D., Prof. - Inst, of Human Anat., Fac. of Med., Univ. of Bari, Pohclinico, 70124 

BARI, Italy 
a Relations between ectoderm and mesoderm in wing morphogenesis. Callus domesticus (Aves) 
b Regulative capacities of the wing anlage. Same species as a 

c Relations between cell density and cell proliferation in the limb bud. Same species as a 
ANDERSEN, Miss L.; DDS - Dept. of Oral Pathol., Royal Dent. Coll., Vennelyst Blvd., 8000 ARHUS 

C, Denmark 
a Migrating epithelial cells in palatal wounds: cytology; scanning electron microscopy; morphome- 
try; treatment with anti-neutrophilic serum. Cavia porcellus (Rodentia) (with O. FEJERSKOV) 
ANDRIEUX, B.; Dr.3e cycle - Lab. d'Embryol. Exp., Centre de Rech. du CNRS, 67 rue Maurice 

Gunsbourg, 94200 IVRY-sur-SEINE, France 
a Organogenese et cytodiffe'renciation de Thypophyse (microchirurgie, cytologic ultrastructurale). 

Pleurodeles waltlii (Urodela) 
ANDRIEUX, Mrs. N.; Lic.es Sci. - Lab. de Genet. Evolut. et de Biome't., C.N.R.S., 91190 GIF-sur- 

YVETTE, France 
a Effect of parasitism by Sacculina carcini on development and molting. Carcinus mediterraneus 

(Decapoda, Crustacea) 
ANGELIER-DELOBEL, Mrs. N.; Dr.3e Cycle - Lab. de Genet, du Devi., Univ. P.et M. Curie, Ctr. de 

Rech. d'lvry, 67 rue M.Giinsbourg, 94200 IVRY-sur-SEINE, France 
a Transcription: visualization of nucleolar and chromosomal genes in oocytes; action of inhibitors 

on nuclear RNA biosynthesis. Pleurodeles waltlii, P. poireti (Urodela) 
ANTILA, E. J.; M.Sc. - Dept. of Med. BioL, Univ. of Helsinki, Siltavuorenpenger 20b, 00170 

HELSINKI 17, Finland 
a Steroid metabolism studied by incubation with labelled precursors, gaschromatography and TLC 

in oocytes, embryo and larva of Xenopus laevis, Rana temporaria, Triturus vulgaris (Amphibia) 

and in preimplantation stages of Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
ANTON, H. J.; Dr.phiL, Prof. - ZooL Inst, der Univ., Weyertal 119, 5 KOLN 41, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Protein metabolism during regeneration processes. Triturus vulgaris, T. alpestris (Urodela) 
b Amino acid metabolism in regenerating tissues. Ambystoma mexicanum, Triturus vulgaris 

(Urodela) 
c DNA synthesis and cell cycle determination in regenerating systems. Same species as a 
APEKIN, V. S. - AU-Union Res. Inst, of Marine Fish, and Oceanogr. (VNIRO), Lab. of Physiol, and 

Biochem. of Fishes, V.Krasnoselskaya St. 17, MOSCOW 107140, U.S.S.R. 
a Experimental and immunological study of maturation processes. Gobius melanostomus, G. 

batrachocephalus, Mugil cephalus, M. auratus (Teleostei) 
APELT, G.; Dr.rer.nat. -- I. ZooL Inst, der Univ. Erlangen-Ni'irnberg Universitiitsstr. 19, 852 

ERLANGEN, B. R. D. (Germany) 
a Biology of trochophora and allied larvae, especially histology of sense organs (apical plate etc.). 

(Annelida and other Coelomata) 
ap GWYNN, I.; Ph.D. ZooL Dept., Univ. Coll. of Wales, Penglais, ABERYSTWYTH SY23 3DA, 

Wales, U.K. 
a Identification of subsurface filamentous protein associated with early cleavage stages. Pomato- 

ceros triqucter (Polychaeta) 
b Function of mitotic apparatus proteins in the interphase part of the cell cycle. Same species as a 
ARANEGA, Miss A. - 1st. F. Oloriz, Fac. of Med., Univ. of Granada, GRANADA, Spain 
AREF, I. M.;M.D. - Max-Planck-Inst. fur ImmunbioL, Stefan-Meier-Str. 8,78 FREIBURG i.Br., B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
ARIF.NS KAPPERS, J.; M.D., Prof. - Netherl. Centr. Inst, for Brain Research, IJdijk 28, AMSTER- 

DAM-0., Netherlands 
ARNOLDS, W. J. A.; M.Sc. - ZooL Lab., State Univ. of Utrecht, Transitorium III, Padualaan 8, 

UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a Genomic control of early development studied by X-irradiation induced lethal mutants. Lymnaea 

stacnalis (Gastropoda) 
ARONSCHTAM, A. -^ Inst, of Cytol. and Genet., Acad, of Sci. of the USSR, NOVOSIBIRSK 

630090, U.S.S.R. 
ARONSSON, St. B.; Cand.phil. Inst, of Zool., Univ. of Gothenburg, Fack, S-400 33 GOTHEN- 
BURG 33, Sweden 
ARRU, Miss A.; Dr. - 1st. di Zool., Univ. di Sassari, Via Murroni 25, 07100 SASSARI, Italy 
a Gonadogenesis. Atherina mociion, Gobius cobitis, Solea vulgaris (Teleostei) 
ARTAVANIS-TSAKONAS, S.; Ph.D. Abt. Zellbiol.. Biozentrum der Univ., Klingelbergstr. 70, 4056 

BASIL, Switzerland 
a Proteins involved in gene activation, in particular gene activity during heat shock. Drosophila 
melanogaster (Diptcra) 

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ASHBURNER, M.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Genet., Univ. of Cambridge, Milton Rd., CAMBRIDGE 

CB4 IXH, England 
a Control of gene action during development, especially studied in puffing. Drosophila melano- 

gaster (Diptera) 
ASHBY, K. R.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Zool., Univ. of Durham, Science Labs., South Rd., DURHAM 

DHl 3LE, England 
a The development of the reproductive system and the modifications induced by treatment with 

steroid hormones during the course of sexual differentiation. Salmo irideus, S. trutta (Teleostei) 
ASHWORTH, J. M.; Dr., Prof. - Biol. Dept., Univ. of Essex, Wivenhoe Park, COLCHESTER, Essex 

C04 3SQ, England 
a Effect of growth conditions (especially glucose) on development of amoebae. Dictyostelium 

discoideum (Acrasiales) 
b Genetic analysis of temperature sensitive and other mutant strains. Same species as a 
c Role of proteolysis in development. Same species as a 
AUGSTEN, H.; Dr.Habil., Prof. - Sekt. Biol.-Pflanzenphysiol., Friedrich Schiller Univ., von-Hase- 

Weg 3, 69 JENA, D.D.R. (Germany) 
a The relationship between metabolism and development. (Gramineae, Lemnaceae) 
b Some problems of metabolism (enzyme activities) during germination and growth. Pisum sativum 

(Papilionaceae), Triticum aestivum (Gramineae) 
AUGUSTI (TOCCO), Mrs. G.; Dr. - Lab. of Molec. Embryo]., Consiglio Naz. delle Richerche, Via 

Toiano 2, 80072 ARCO FELICE (Napoh), Italy 
AUROUX, M.; Dr.Med., Prof. - Lab. d'Histol.-Embryol., Fac. de Med. de Bicetre, 45 rue des 

Sts. Peres, 75 PARIS Vie, France 
a Perturbations tardives du systeme nerveux central compatibles avec la vie (baisse de la capacite 

d'apprentissage). Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
b Influence de la nutrition de la mere sur le developpement du systeme nerveux central de la 

progeniture; amelioration de la capacite d'apprentissage de la progeniture. Rattus rattus 

(Rodentia) 
c Influence du scxe sur la fixation cerebrale de testosterone dans la periode neo-natale (autoradio- 
graphic) Rattus rattus (Rodentia) 
AUStiN, C. R.; D.Sc. - Marshall Lab., Dept. of Physiol., Univ. of Cambridge, Downing St., 

CAMBRIDGE CB2 3EG, England 

no embryological work in progress 
BABAYEVA, Mrs. A. G.; Dr.med.sci. - Inst, of Human MorphoL, Acad, of Med. Sci. of the USSR, 

Tsurupa St. 3, MOSCOW 1 17469, U.S.S.R. 
a The immunological mechanisms controlling the processes of compensatory hypertrophy and 

regeneration of parenchymal organs. Mus musculus, Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
BABURINA, Mrs. E. A.; Dr.biol. - Inst, of DevL Biol., Acad, of Sci. of the USSR, Vavilov St.26, 

MOSCOW 117334, U.S.S.R. 
a Development of regional differences in neural retina and pigment epithelium (synthesis of DNA, 

■RNA). Acipenser stellatus, A. guldenstiidti (Chondrostei) (with V. 1. MITASHOV and O. G. 

STROEVA) 
BACKHOUSE, K. M.; VRD - Royal Coll. of Surgeons of England, Lincoln's Inn Fields, LONDON 

WC2A 3PN, England 
a Gubernaculum testis and testicular descent. Hapalc jacchus, Macaca mulatta. Homo sapiens 

(Primates) 
BACKHOUSE, Miss M.; B.Sc. - Dept. of Anat. and Embryol., Univ. CoU. London, Gower St., 

LONDON WCIE 6BT, England 
a Cell migration within the embryo. Gallus domesticus (Aves) (with M. R. BELLAIRS) 
b Scanning electron microscopy in the embryo. Same species as a (with M. R. BELLAIRS) 
BACKSTROM, S. A. A.; Fil.Dr. - Wenner-Gren Inst., Norrtullsgatan 16, 113 45 STOCKHOLM, 

Sweden 
a Basic proteins during oogenesis and early development (biochemistry, histochemistry, autoradio- 
graphy). Paraccntrotus lividus, Psammechinus miliaris (Echinoidea) 
b C"yclic nucleotides in morphogenesis and behaviour of sea urchin larvae. Psammechinus miliaris 

(Echinoidea) 
BAEVSKY, J. B.; Dr.biol. - A.N.Severtzov Inst, of Evol. Morphol. and Ecol. of Animals, Acad, of Sci. 

of the USSR, Lenin Ave. 33, MOSCOW 117071, U.S.S.R. 
a Cytology of embryonic retardation and activation. Mustela zibellina (Carnivora), Rattus spec. 

(Rodentia) 
b State of maternal endocrine glands during embryonic diapause and activation. Same species as a 
BAFFONI, G. M.; Dr.Biol., Prof. - 1st. di Anat. Comp., Univ. di Modena, Via Berengario 14, 41100 

MODENA, Italy 
a Growth and differentiation of nerve cells. (Cyclostomata; Teleostei; Amphibia; Aves; Mammalia) 
b Regeneration of nerve fibres during larval life. (Urodcla) 
BAILEY, Miss S. E.; D.Sc. - Lab. d'EmbryoL, Univ. Paris VI, 4 place Jussieu, 75230 PARIS Cedex 

05, France 
a Heterochromatin in metaphase chromosomes (H3-thymidine labelling). Pleurodeles waltlii 

(Urodela) 
b Banding patterns of metaphase chromosomes stained with quinacrine mustard; relations with 

secondary constrictions induced by cold treatment. Same species as a 
BAKER, R. E.; Ph.D. - Neth. Centr. InsL for Brain Res., IJdijk 28, AMSTERDAM-0., Netherlands 
a Factors underlying specific interneuronal connections; morphology of spinal ganglion cells 

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(skin-spinal cord preparation). Rana pipiens, Bufo vulgaris, Discoglossus pictus (Anura) 
b Electrophysiology of in vivo and in vitro sensory ganglion cells (skin - spinal cord preparation). 

Rana pipiens, R. esculenta (Anura) 
c Anatomical basis for the development of misdirected reflexes in animals with skin transplants 

rotated 180 degrees (histology of nerves connecting skin, ganglia, and spinal cord. Discoglossus 

pictus, Rana esculenta, R. pipiens, Bufo spp. (Anura) 
d Electron microscopy of nerve-skin connections and development of dorsal root afferents during 

metamorphosis. Same species as b 
e Timed degeneration and regeneration of neurones into skin following skin-grafting techniques 

with the development of functional connections. Same species as b 
BAKER, T. G.; Ph.D., D.Sc. - Hormone Lab., Dept. of Obstet. and Gynecol., Univ. of Edinburgh, 39 

Chalmers St., EDINBURGH EH3 9ER, Scotland, U.K. 
a Oogenesis. (Rodentia; Primates) 

b The effects of X-rays on female germ cells. Same species as a 

c The fine structure and metabolic activity of oogonia and oocytes. Same species as a 
d Cytology and endocrinology of ovulation, fertilization, and early development in vitro. Rattus 

norvegicus, Mus musculus (Rodentia), Homo sapiens and other Primates 
e Structure and hormonal control of the placenta in organ culture. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
f Control of pituitary development and secretion in organ culture. Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lago- 

morpha) 
BAKHUIS, W. L.; Drs. - Netherl. Centr. Inst, for Brain Res., IJdijk 28, AMSTERDAM-0., Nether- 
lands 
a Hatching: 1. stereotypic rhythmic behaviour; 2. external influences; 3. nervous regulation 

(anatomy, electrophysiology). Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
BALAKHONOV, A. V. - Dept. of Embryol., Leningrad State Univ., Mendeleevsky St. 5, 

LENINGRAD 199164, U.S.S.R. 
a Action Oi immunodepressors on reparative and physiological regeneration. Gallus gallus (Aves) 
BALLARD, K. J.; Dr. - Dept. of PhysioL, Univ. of Glasgow, GLASGOW, Scotland, U.K. 
BALLS, M.; D.Phil. - Dept. of Hum. MorphoL, Med. School, Univ. of Nottingham, NOTTINGHAM 

NG7 2UH, England 
a Neoplasms. Xenopus laevis and other spp. (Amphibia) 

b Control of cell division. Xenopus laevis (Anura), Amphiuma means, Triturus cristatus (Urodela) 
c Organ culture of liver, heart, skin, kidney and other organs. Amphiuma means, Nccturus 

maculosus (Urodela) 
d Development of the immune response and role of thymus. Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
BALTUS, Miss E. J.; D,Sc. - Dept. of Molec. Biol., Free Univ. of Brussels, 67 rue des Chevaux, 1640 

RHODE-ST.-GENESE, Belgium 
a Mechanisms of in vitro maturation. Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
BALTZER, F.j Prof. - Zool. Inst., Univ. of Bern, BERN, Switzerland 
BARA, M. C; Dr.3e Cycle - Lab. de Biol, de Reprod., Univ. P. et M. Curie, Tour 32, Rez de Chaussee, 

4 place Jussieu, 75230 PARIS Cedex 05, France 
a Permeability of the placenta membrane; conductance of co-ions and counter-ions (electro- 
physiological techniques). (Mammalia) 
BARABANOV, V. M.; Cand.biol.sci. - Inst, of Human Morphol., Acad, of Med. Sci. of the USSR, 

Tsurupa St. 3, MOSCOW 117469, USSR. 
a Immunochemistry of eye lens, retina, and iris development. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
BASARA, A.; 1st. di Istol. ed EmbrioL Gen., Fac. di Med. Vet., Univ. di Torino. Via Nizza 52, 10126 

TORINO, Italy 
BARBOSA AYUCAR, E.; Dr.med., Prof. - Serv. Embriol. Exp., Dept. Anat., Fac. de Med., Av. 

Ramon y Cajal, VALLADOLID, Spain 
a Effect of catecholamines in development. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
BARIGOZZI, C; Dr.Sci., Prof. - 1st. di Genet., Univ. di Milano, Via Celoria 10, 20133 MILANO, 

Italy 
BARLOW, P. W.; Dr.Phil. - A.R.C. Unit of Developm. Bot., Univ. of Cambridge, 181A Huntingdon 

Rd., CAMBRIDGE CB3 ODY, England 
a Regeneration of the root cap and its role in root growth and morphology. Zea mays (Gramineae) 
b Kinetics of root meristem cell populations. Zea mays (Gramineae), Pisum sativum (Papilionaceae) 
c Positional and temporal aspects of cell differentiation. Same species as a 
d Models of cellular organization and interaction in apices 
BARNES, R. D.; M.D. - Dept. Infant Devi., Clin. Res. Ctr., Watford Rd., HARROW, Middlesex 

HAl 3UJ, England 
a Interaction between factors inducing tumour susceptibility and those leading to tumour 

resistance (embryo transfer and aggregation). Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Effect of in vitro fertilization on development of chromosome abnormalities. Mus musculus, 

Rattus spec. (Rodentia), Homo sapiens (Primates) 
BARRON, Miss A. A.; M.Sc. - Immunol. Unit, Dept. of Bacteriol., Univ. of Aberdeen, Forestcrhill, 

ABERDEEN AB9 2ZD, Scotland, U.K. 
a Development of antibody forming cells in the foetus. Cavia porcellus (Rodentia) 
BARSACCHl (PILONE), Mrs. G.; Dr.Biol. - Inst, of Histol. and Embryol., Univ. of Pisa, Via A. Volta 

4, 56100 PISA, Italy 
a Mitotic and lampbrush chromosomes; DNA analysis and in situ RNA/DNA hybridization. 

(Urodela) 
BARSON A. J.; M.D. - Dept. of Pathol., Univ. of Mancliester, Stopford Bldg., Oxford Rd., 
MANCHESTER Ml 3 9PT, England 

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a Craniospinal dysraphia produced by rabbit antibodies to chick nervous tissue. Gallus domesticus 

(Aves) 
b Biophysics and biochemistry of spinal cord growth. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
c Ultrastructure of normal and abnormal neurulation. Same species as a 
BART A.; D.Sc. - Serv. de Biol. Anim., Univ. des Sci. et Techn. de Lille, B. P. 36, 59650 

VILLENEUVE D'ASCQ, France 
a Morphogenesis and regeneration. Carausius morosus (Phasmida) 
b Mitosis in regeneration (experimental study, hormonal regulation). Same species as a 
c Wing morphogenesis and regeneration (experimental study, ultrastructure). Sipyloidea sipylus 

(Phasmida) (with Mrs. E. BROWAEYS) 
BASTIAN, D. - Lab. d'Anat., Univ. de Paris V, 45 rue des Saints Peres, 75270 PARIS Cedex 06, 

France 
a Reconstruction du systeme uretro-pyelo-caliciel d'embryon. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
BAUMANN, J. A.; Dr., Prof. - Inst. d'Anat., Univ. de Geneve, 20 rue Ecole de Medecine, 1211 

GENEVE 4, Switzerland 
a Ultrastructure et biologic de I'embryon. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b Developpement du systeme neuro-vegetatif peripherique. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Homo 

sapiens and others (Mammalia) 
BAUMGARTEN, H.-G.; Dr.med., Prof. - Anat. Inst., Abt. Neuroanat., Univ.-Krankenhaus Eppendorf, 

Martinistr. 52, 2 HAMBURG 20, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Development of monoamine-containing neurons in the brain, especially effect of neurotoxic 

drugs and correlation with anterior pituitary hormones. Mus musculus, Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
BAUR, R.; Dr. - Anat. Inst, der Univ., Pestalozzistr. 20, 4056 BASEL, Switzerland 
a Morphometry of placenta; comparison of placental villous surface with volume of fetus and 

placenta during pregnancy and at term. Rattus norvegicus, Felis domestica, Sus domesticus, Bos 

taurus, Equus caballus. Homo sapiens and other species (Mammalia) 
BAUTZ, A.; Dr.Spcc. - Lab. de Zool., Univ. de Nancy I, CO. 140, 54037 NANCY Cedex, France 
a Oliuiar degeneration in abortive regeneration blastemas: 1. effects of X irradiations; 2. condi- 
tions of pharynx regeneration. Dendrocoelum lacteum (Turbellaria) 
BAUTZ (PORTMANN), Mrs. A. M.; Lic.Sci. - Lab. de Zool., Univ. de Nancy I, CO. 140, 54037 

NANCY Cedex, France 
a Larval cells and histoblasts in the abdominal integument: 1. ultrastructure; 2. degeneration of the 

larval cells in vitro. Calliphora erythrocephala (Diptera) 
BAXTER, E. W.; Ph.D. ~ BioL Dept., Guy's Hosp. Med. School, LONDON SEl 9RT, England 
a Biology, including development and metamorphosis. Petromyzon spec. (Cyclostomata) 
BAYLISS, M. W.; Dr. - Bot. Labs., Univ. of Leicester, Adrian Bldg., LEICESTER LEI 7RH, England 
a Cytological stability of cultured cells and relationship between ploidy and morphogenetic 

potential. Daucus carota (Umbelliferae), Vicia spec. (Papilionaceae) 
BEATTY, R. A.; Ph.D., F.R.S.E. - Dept. of Genet., Univ. of Edinburgh, West Mains Rd., 

EDINBURGH EH9 3JN, Scotland, U.K. 
a Breeding of genetically tagged strains for use in developmental biology. Oryctolagus cuniculus 

(Lagomorpha) 
b Developmental biology and genetics of gametes. Mus musculus (Rodentia), Oryctolagus cuniculus 

(Lagomorpha), Homo sapiens (Primates) 
c Aetiolosv of hcteroploidy. Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha), Homo sapiens (Primates) 
BEAUMONT,' A.; Dr.Sci., Prof. - Lab. de Biol.-Vertebrcs, Centre d'Orsay, Univ. de Paris XI, Bat. 441, 

91405 ORS AY, France 
a Ultrastructure of liver and pancreas during metamorphosis. Alytes spec, Discoglossus spec, Rana 

spec. (Anura) 
BEAUMONT. Miss H. M.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Anat., Med. School, Univ. of Birmingham, Edgbaston, 

BIRMINGHAM B 15 2TJ, England 
a Spontaneous and radiation-induced atresia of oocytes, especially developmental capacity ot 

oocytes from aged, superovulated and irradiated animals. (Rodentia) 
BEAUPAIN (CREPY), Mrs. D.; Dr.Sci. - Inst. d'Embryol. et Teratol. Exp. du C.N.R.S.. 49 bis Av. de 

la Belle Gabrielle, 94130 NOGENT-sur-MARNE, France 
a Localisation et apparition de I'hypoxanthine deshydrogenase dans differents organes de 

rembryon. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b La differenciation chimique du pancreas de I'embryon. Meme expece comme a 
c Ervthropoiese embryonnaire. Meme espece comme a 
BAUPAIN, R.; Dr. - Inst. d'Embryol. et TeratoL Exper. du C.N.R.S., 49 bis Av. de la Belle Gabrielle, 

94130 NOGENT-sur-MARNE, France 
a Effets des rayons X sur la survie et sur la synthese macromoleculaire des nodules cancereux en 

culture organotypique de longue duree. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Effets des rayons X sur la synthese de I'ADN des canaux de Miiller males et femelles. Gallus 

domesticus (Aves) 
BECCHETTI, E.; Dott.Sci.Biol. ~ Inst, of Histol. and Gen. Embryol., Univ. of Ferrara, Via Fossato di 

Mortara'66, 44100 FERRARA, Italy 
a Histochemistry of blood vessel morphogenesis in vitro. Bos taurus (Artiodactyla) 
BECK, F.; M.D. Prof. - Dept. of Anat., Univ. of Leicester, 6 University Rd., LEICESTER LEI 7RH, 

England , . ^ », , • c 

a The effect of trypan blue on development. Rattus spec. (Rodentia), Mustela putonus furo 

(Carnivora) 
b Embryonic nutrition. Same species as a. zd j • ^ 

c Tlic postnatal maturation of intestinal epithelium. Rattus spec, Cavia cobaya (Rodentia), 

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Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha), Mustela putorius furo (Carnivora) 
BECKER, v.; Dr.nied., Prof. Pathol. Inst, der Univ. Erlangen-Nurnberg, Krankenhausstr. 8-10, 8520 

ERLANGEN, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a General and special pathology of placenta. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
BEERMANN, W.; Dr.rer.nat., Prof. - Max-Planck Inst, fiir Biol., Spemannstr. 34, 74 TUBINGEN, 

B.R.D. (Germany) 
BEETSCHEN, J. C; D.Sc, Prof. - Lab. de Biol. Gen., Univ. Paul-Sabatier, 118 Rte de Narbonne, 

31077 TOULOUSE Cedex, France 
a Chemical mutagenesis. (Urodela) 
b The recessive semi-lethal factor ac: temperature-sensitivity of homozygous mutants; maternal 

effect in the progeny of mutant females. Pleurodeles waltlii (Urodela) (with M. FERNANDEZ) 
c Genetical aspects of protein differentiation in embryonic and larval stages. Same species as b 

(with F. GASSER) 
BEETZ, Mrs. B. - Inst, fur Genet., Univ. des Saarlandes, 66 SAARBRUCKEN 11, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Influence of inorganic ions on mitosis in neuroblasts. Carausius morosus (Pliasmida) 
BEIDERBECK, R.; Dr. - Bot. Inst., Univ. Heidelberg, Hofmeisterweg 4, 69 HEIDELBERG, B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
BEIER, II. M.; Dr.rer.nat., Dr.mcd. - Abt. Anat. der Rhein.-Westf. Techn. Hochschule, Med.-Theor. 

Inst. Melatener Str.21 1, 5100 AACHEN, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Experimental developmental morphology of preimplantation stages, postimplantation stages, and 

their endocrinological developmental control. Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha), Cavia 

porcellus, Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
b Specific uterine proteins (e.g. uteroglobin) and their hormonally controlled interference with 

blastocyst development. Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha), Homo sapiens (Primates) 
c Experiments on development of accessory male genital glands. Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lago- 
morpha) 
BEINBRECH, G.; Dr., Prof. - Zool. Inst, der Univ., Arb. gr. Muskelphysiol., Hindenburgplatz 55, 44 

MONSTER/Westf., B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Development of flight muscles during metamorphosis: formation of the myofibrils and of the 

sarcotubular system. Phormia terrae-novae (Diptera) 
BELICZA, M.; M.D., M.Sci. - InsL of Pathol., Fac. of Med., Univ. of Zagreb, Salata 10, P.O. Box 936, 

41001 ZAGREB, Yugoslavia 
BELLAIRS, A. d'A.; D.Sc, Prof. - Dept. of Anat., St. Mary's Hosp. Med. School, Norfolk Place, 

LONDON W. 2, England 
a Morphogenesis of skeleton. Many species (Reptiha; Aves; Mammaha) 
b Embryonic membranes. Many species (Reptilia) 
c Regeneration. Many species (Reptiha) 
BELLAIRS, Mrs. M. R.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Anat and Embryol., Univ. Coll. London, Gower Street, 

LONDON WCIE 6BT, England 
a Electron microscopy and histochemistry of yolk formation. Gallus domesticus (Aves) (with M. A. 

ENGLAND, Leicester) 
b Cell migration within the embryo. Same species as a (with M. BACKHOUSE) 
c Cleavage. Same species as a (with F. LORENZ, Davis, Calif.) 

d Scanning electron microscopy in the embryo. Same species as a (with M. BACKHOUSE) 
BELOUSSOV, L. V.; Dr.biol.sci. - Chair of Embryol., Biol. Fac, State Univ. of Moscow, Lenin Hills, 

MOSCOW 117234, U.S.S.R. 
a Patterns of tensile stresses, activation of cell motility, and early morphological differentiation. 

Rana temporaria (Anura) 
b Growth rhythms and morphogenesis. Hydra spec, Thecaphora (Hydrozoa) 
BENAZZI (LENTATI), Mrs. G.; Prof.(Emer.) - 1st. di Zool. e Anat. Comp. dell'Univ., Via A. Voha 4, 

56100 PISA, Italy 
BENAZZI, M.; Prof.(Emer.) - 1st. di Zool. e Anat. Comp. deH'Univ., Via A.Volta 4, 56100 PISA, 

Italy 
BENEDETTI, I.; Dr.Biol. - 1st. di Anat. Comp.. Univ. di Modena, Via Berengario 14, 41100 

MODENA, Italy 
a Mitotic activity in the nervous system. Viviparous and oviparous spp. Gambusia spec, Jordanella 

spec. (Teleostei) 
b Development of intramedullary ganglion cells. Jordanella floridae, Coregonus spec, Perca fluvia- 

tilis, Crenilabrus quinqucmaculatus (Teleostei) 
c Glycogen in the central nervous system. Same species as a 
BENOIT, J. A. A.; Dr.Sci. InsL d'Embryol. et Teratol. Exp. du C.N.R.S., 49 bis Av. de la Belle 

Gabrielle, 941 30 NOGENT-sur-MARNE, France 
a Etude in vitro de Tembryon. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Etude experimentale in vitro de la gastrula. Meme espece comme a 
BENSON, P. F.; M.D., Ph.D. - Paediat. Res. Unit., Guy's Hosp. Med. School, St. Thomas St., 

LONDON SEl 9RT, England 
a Development of enzyme systems before and after birth. Rattus spec (Rodentia), Homo sapiens 

(Primates) 
BENTYN, K.; M.D. - Dept. of Expcr. Embryol., Inst, of Obstet. and Gynecol., Med. Acad., Karowa 2, 

00-315 WARSZAWA, Poland 
a Concentration of urea in blood oerum, uterine secretion and blastococlic fluid. Oryctolagus 

cuniculus (Lagomorpha) 
b Activity of ornithine cycle enzymes in blabtocoelic fluid. Same species as a 
BEREITER-HAHN, J.; Dr.phil.nat., Prof. - Arb.gr. Kinemat. Zellforsch., Univ., Senckenberganlage 

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27, 6000 FRANKFURT/M., B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Variation of dry mass/water ratio in different parts of the egg from fertilization through first 

cleavage (interference microscopy). Psammechinus miliaris (Echinoidea) 
b Electron microscopy of pigment granule form.ation in melanophores. Pterophyllum scalare 

(Cichlidae), Lebistes reticulatus (Poeciliidae, Teleostei) 
c Hormonal induction of keratinization in epidermal cells in tissue culture (time-lapse cinemicro- 

graphy, histochemistry, electron microscopy). Same species as b 
d Ulttastructure of the development of flame cells in the skin. Hippocampus spec. (Teleostei) 
BERENDES, H. D.t Prof. - Dept. of Genet., Univ. of Nijmegen, NIJMEGEN, Netherlands 
BERGERARD, J.; Dr.es Sci., Prof. - Lab. de Zool., Univ. de Paris XI, Centre d'Orsay, 91405 ORSAY, 

France - also: Stat. Biol., place Georges-Teissier, 29211 ROSCOFF, France 
a Physiology of spawning and induction of meiosis in the oocytes. Patella vulgata, P. aspera, P. 

depressa, Gibbula cineraria (Gastropoda) 
BERGHOEF, J.; Ir. - Dept. of Plant Physiol., Agric. Univ., Arboretumlaan 4, WAGENINGEN, 

Netherlands 
a Hormonal regulation of sex expression. Begonia franconis (Begoniaceae) 
BERGQUIST, H.; Ph.D. - Inst, of Zool, Univ. of Gothenburg, Fack, S-400 33 GOTHENBURG 33, 

Sweden' 
BERKOVITZ, B. K. B. - Anat. Dept., Bristol Univ., University Walk, BRISTOL BS8 ITD, England 
a Descriptive study of tooth development. Salmo gairdneri (Teleostei), Lepidosteus spec. 

(Holostei), Cavia porcellus, Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia), Physeter macrocephalus (Cetacea), 

Putorius p. furo (Carnivora) and other Vertebrata 
BERNARD, C; Lic.es Sci. - Lab. Physiol. Cell, des Struct. Contractiles, Univ. de Poitiers, 40 av. du 

Recteur Pineau, Bat.P, 86022 POITIERS, France 
a Cellular electrophysiology of the embryonic heart (membrane currents - membrane conductan- 
ces - equivalent circuits.) Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
BERNARD, Mrs. J.; M.es Sci. Lab. de Morphogen. Veget., Univ. d'Aix-Marseille III, Centre 

St-Charles, place Victor Hugo, 13331 MARSEILLE Cedex 3, France 
a Etude experimentale du fonctionnement des meristemes vegetatifs et reproducteurs. Pisum 

sativum (Leguminosae) 
BERNDORFER, A.; Dr.med.habil. - Childrens Hosp. "Paul Heim", Dept. for Congenital Malfor- 
mations, UUoi ut 86, BUDAPEST VIII, Hungary - Private address: Benczur utca 39/a, 

BUDAPEST VI, Hungary 
BERNHARD, H. P.; Ph.D. - Abt. Zellbiol., Biozentrum der Univ., Klingelbergstr. 70, 4056 BASEL, 

Switzerland 
a Stability and inheritance of the determined state in vitro (somatic cell genetics: mutagenesis, 

mutant selection, cell fusion). Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 
b Gene dosage in vitro, and application to genetic mapping. Same species as a 
BERNOCCHI, Miss G. - Dept. of Histol. and Embryol., Univ. of Pavia, Piazza Botta 10, 27100 

PAVIA, Italy 
BERREUR (BONNENFANT), Mrs. J.; Dr.es Sci. - Lab. de Genet. Evolut. et de Biomet., C.N.R.S., 

91 190 GIF-sur-YVETTE, France 
a Action de riiormonc androgene sur la synthese des proteines de Tovaire. Orchestia gammarella 

(Amphipoda, Crustacea) 
b Dcvcloppement postembryonnaire et senescence de la eonade. Ligia spec. (Isopoda, Crustacea) 
BERRY, M.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Anat., Med. School, Univ. of Birmingham, Edgbaston, BIRMINGHAM 

B15 2TJ, England 
a Effects of X-irradiation on central nervous development. Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
b Development of cerebral and cerebellar cortex. Same species as a 
c Regeneration in the central nervous system. Same species as a 
BFRTINI, Miss M.; M.D. - Cell and Molcc. Biol. Lab., Dept. of Human Anat., Univ. of Torino, Corso 

M. d'Azeglio 52, 10126 TORINO, Italy 
a Cell membrane differentiation; immunochemistry of surface macromolecules. Mus musculus 

(Rodentia) 
b Membrane-mediated growth control in BHK (baby hamster kidney) cells. Mesocricetus auratus 

(Rodentia) 
BERTMAR,G.;Ph.D. - Sect, of Ecol. Zool., Dept. of Biol., Univ. of Umea, 90187 UMEA, Sweden 
a Experimental developmental morphology of the olfactory organ. Salmo spec. (Teleostei) 
BERTOLANl, R.; Dr.Biol. - 1st. di Anat. Comp., Univ. di Modena, Via Berengario 14, 41100 

MODENA, Italy 
a Morphology of neotcnic and metamorphosed animals. Triturus alpestris (Urodela) 
b Cytogenetics of parthenogenetic and amphigenic animals. Macrobiotus hufelandi, M. dispar, 

Isohvpsibius augusti, 1. granulifer (Tardigrada) 
BERTON (PECHEUX), Mrs. F.; Dr.3e Cycle - Ctr. de Biol. Appl., Fond. Hersent-Luzarche, Univ. de 

Tours, 36290 AZAY-LE-FERRON, France 
a Enzymology of fetal kidney after unilateral nephrectomy. Cavia porcellus (Rodentia) 
BERTON, J. P.; Dr. - Ctr. de Biol. Appl., Fond. Hersent-Luzarche, Univ. de Tours, 36290 AZAY-LE- 
FERRON, France - Ctr. de Rech. Vet. et Zootechn., Lab. de PhysioL de la Reprod., (INRA), 37 
NOUZILLY, France 
a Hypertrophic compensatory response of fetal kidney to unilateral nephrectomy in vivo. Ovis 

aries, Sus scrofa (Artiodactyla), Oryctolagus cunicuius (Lagomorpha) 
b Development of fetal lung after tracheal ligation or nephrectomy in vivo. Same species as a 
c Effects of bilateral nephrectomy (oligohydramnios, survival, etc.). Same species as a 
d Upper digestive tract as a source of amniotic fluid. Ovis aries (Artiodactyla), Oryctolagus 
cunicuius (Lagomorpha) 

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e Hydric metabojism of the fetus and corticosteroid placental transfer. Same species as d 

f Declenchement de la mise bas. Ovis aries, Sus scrofa (Artiodactyla) 

g Effets des organophospliores et organochlores (aldrine, dieldrine) sur le developpement einbryon- 

naire. Miis musculus, Rattus spec. (Rodentia), Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha) 
BESSE, G. - Lab. de Physiol, et Genet, des Crustaces, Univ. de Poitiers, 40 av. du Recteur Pineau, 

86022 POITIERS, France 
BETTANIN (BELGRANO), Mrs. S.; Dr.Nat.Sci. - 1st. di Zool., Univ. di Genova, Via Balbi 5, 16126 

GENOVA, Italy 
a Embryonic development of a parthenogenetic marine form. Penilia avirostris (Cladocera, 

Crustacea) (with N. DELLA CROCE) 
b Growth of the embryo. Penilia avirostris (Cladocera, Crustacea) (with N. DELLA CROCE) 
c Formation of resting eggs. Penilia avirostris (Cladocera, Crustacea) (with N. DELLA CROCE) 
BEUG, H.; Ph.D. - Max-Planck Inst, fur Virusforsch., Abt.III, Spemannstr. 37III, 74 TUBINGEN, 

B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Mechanism of transformation of embryonic fibroblasts by avian sarcoma viruses (RNA-tumor). 

Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
BEYNON, A. D. G.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Oral Anat., Dental School. Northumberland Rd., NEWCASTLE 

upon Tyne NEl 8TA, England 
a Development of the root and periodontal ligament of the molar teeth. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Microradiography and histochemistry of amelogenesis (Rodentia) 
BEYSE, J.; Dr.rer.nat., Dipl.Biol. - Inst, fur Genet., Univ. des Saarlandes, 66 SAARBRUCKEN 11, 

B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Relations between electrolyte milieu and gene activities in giant chromosomes; direct measure- 
ments of ion contents in nuclei and cytoplasm. Chironomus thummi (Diptera) 
BEZEM, J. J.; Ir. - ZooL Lab., State Univ. of Utrecht, Transitorium III, Padualaan 8, UTRECHT, 

Netherlands 
a Computer simulation of embryonic development, (with Chr. P. RAVEN) 
BIAGIONI, Mrs. M.; Dott.Sci.Nat. - 1st. di Biol. Gener., Univ. di Perugia, Via del Giochetto, 06100 

PERUGIA, Italy 
a Influenza dei sali di cobalto suH'eritropoiesi. Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha) 
b Aberrazioni cromosomiche e anomalie di sviluppo. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
BIELANSKA-OSUCHOWSKA, Mrs. Z.; Dr., Prof. - Dept. of Histol. & Embryol., Warsaw Agric. Univ., 

ul.Nowoursynowska 166, 02-766 WARSZAWA, Poland 
a Histochemistry and ultrastructure of the development of gonads, adrenals, and placenta. Sus 

scrofa domesticus (Artiodactyla) 
b Histochemistry and ultrastructure of oogenesis. (Insecta; Mammalia) 
BIGGELAAR, J. A. M. v.d.; Ph.D. - Zool. Lab., State Univ. of Utrecht, Transitorium III, Univ. 

centrum "De Uithof, UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a RNA synthesis in early stages. Lymnaea stagnahs (Gastropoda) 
b Significance of division chronology and cell contacts in early differentiation. Lymnaea stagnalis. 

Patella spec, Haliotis spec. (Gastropoda), Dentalium spec. (Scaphopoda) 
BIJTEL, Miss J. H.; D.Sc, M.D. - De Boelelaan 275, "Zuidwende", AMSTERDAM 1011, Buiten- 

veldert, Netherlands 
BILLAT (CARLIER), Mrs. C; D.E.S. - Lab. de Physiol. Anim., Univ. de Reims, B.P. 347, 51062 

REIMS Cedex, France 
a Electron microscopy of foetal liver and of cultured foetal hepatocytes. Rattus norvegicus 

(Rodentia) 
BILLETT, F. S.; Ph.D. - Dept. of BioL, The Univ., Bldg.25, SOUTHAMPTON S09 5NH, England 
a The formation of mitochondria in oocytes. Carassius spec, Pachypanchax playfairii (Teleostei), 

Ambystoma mexicanum, Xenopus laevis (Amphibia) 
b The formation of ciha in the epidermis. Ambvstoma mexicanum (Urodela) 
BILLINGTON, W. D.; Ph.D. - Dept. of PathoL, Univ. of Bristol, University Walk, BRISTOL 

BS8 ITD, England 
a Immunology of reproduction. Mus musculus (Rodentia), Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Biology of the trophoblast. Same species as a 
c Early embryonic development. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 

BILO, Mrs. A. - Inst, fiir Genet., Univ. des Saarlandes, 66 SAARBRUCKEN II, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Juvenile hormone, inorganic ions and puffing patterns in giant chromosomes. Chironomus 

thummi (Diptera) 
BINNS, R. M.; Ph.D., M.R.C.V.S. - Dept. of Immunol., A.R.C. Inst, of Anim. Physiol., Babraham, 

CAMBRIDGE CB2 4AT, England 
a Developmental immunology and lymphoid cell physiology. Sus scrofa domesticus, Ovis aries 

(Artiodactyla) 
BIRCH-ANDi; RSEN, A. - State Scrum Inst., Amagerboulevard 80, 2300 COPENHAGEN S, Denmark 
a The ultrastructure of normal and pathological sperm. Bos taurus (Artiodactyla) (with E. BLOM, 

State Vet. Serum Lab.) 
BIRNSTIEL, M. L.; Dr.sci.nat., Prof. - Inst, flir Molek.biol.II, Univ. Zurich, Winterthurerstr. 266A, 

8057 ZURICH, Switzerland 
a Characterization of ribosomal DNA. Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
b Structure, expression, and regulation of histone coding sequences. Psammechinus miliaris, P. 

spec (I'chinoidca) 
BISCONTE, J.C; Dr.es Sci. Lab. de Biol, du Devcl., C.H.U. de Bobigny, 74 Rue Marcel Cachin, 

93000 BOBIGNY, France 



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a Ontogenese du systenie nerveux central (radioautographic) Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
BISHOP, M. W. H.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Anim. Husb., School of Vet.Sci., Univ. of Bristol, Langford 

House, Langford, BRISTOL BS18 7DU, England 
BJERRE, B.; M.D. - Tornblad-Inst. for Comp. Enibryol., Biskopsgatan 7, 223 62 LUND, Sweden 
a Effect of nerve growth factor on early development. Callus domesticus (Aves) 
BLACKBURN, R. O.; M.Sc. - Dept. of Human Biol, and Anat., Univ. of Sheffield, Western Bank, 

SHEFFIELD SIO 2TN, England 
a Effect of hypoxia and of high altitude on preimplantation stages. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
BLAIS, Miss C. - Lab. de Zool., Ecole Norm. Superieure, 46 rue d'Ulm, 75230 PARIS Cedex 05, 

France 
a Hormonal control of protein metabohsm in wing imaginal discs. Pieris brassicae (Lepidoptera) 
b Ultrastructural aspects of wing disc development. Same species as a 
BLANCHET, J. P.; Dr.Spec. ~ Dept. de Biol. Cen. et Appl., Univ de Lyon I, 43 Bd. du 11 November 

1918, 69621 VILLEURBANNE, France 
a Development of erythrocyte membrane antigens. Callus domesticus (Aves) 
BLANCHET, Miss M. F. - Lab. Sex. et Reprod. des Invertebr., Univ. P. et M. Curie, Bat.G, Tour 32, 4 

place Jlissieu, 75230 PARIS Cedex 05, France 
a Control of molting by ecdysteronc; relations between vitellogenesis and intermolt; effects of 

Y-organ (moltin gland) removal on molting phenomena and vitellogenesis. Orchestia gammarellus 

(Amphipoda, Crustacea) 
BLECHSCHMIDT, E.; Dr.med., o.o.Prof. (Emer.) ~ Anat. Inst, der Univ., Kreuzbergring 36, 34 

GOTTINGEN, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Biodynamic principles of differentiation, especially of the nervous system. Homo sapiens 

(Primates) 
b Cells and cell aggregations. (Plantae) 
BLECHSCHMIDT, M.; Dr.med. - Anat. Inst, der Univ., Kreuzbergring 36, 34 GOTTINGEN, B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
BLOM, E.; Dr.med.vet. - State Vet. Serum Lab., Biilowsvej 27, 1870 COPENHAGEN V, Denmark 
a Pathological conditions in testis, epididymis and accessory sex glands. Bos taurus (Artiodactyla) 
b The ultrastructurc of normal and pathological sperm. Same species as a (with A. BIRCH- 
ANDERSEN, State Serum Inst.) 
c Hereditary sperm defects 
BLUEMINK, J.G.; Ph.D. - Hubrecht Lab. (Intern. EmbryoL Inst.) Uppsalalaan 8, "De Uithof, 

UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a Cell membrane changes during fertilization and in relation to cytoplasmic cleavage. Xenopus 

laevis (Anura) (with S. W. de LAAT and P. T. van der SAAG) 
b Ultrastructural organization of the epithelial-mesenchymal interface during early bud formation 

in salivary gland and lung. Rattus norvegicus, Mus musculus (Rodentia) (with K. A. LAWSON) 
BLUZAT, R. R.; D.Sc. - Lab. de Zool., Univ. de Paris XI, Centre d'Orsay, 91405 ORSAY, France 
a Sensitivity to ionizing irradiation in embryogenesis: 1. relation to repair or non-repair of lesions; 

2. relation to synthesis of informational macromoleculcs. Leptinotarsa decemlineata (Coleoptera) 
b Effect of X-irradiation on fecundity. Leptinotarsa decemlineata (Coleoptera), Clitumnus spec. 

(Phasmida) 
BODO, Miss M. A.; Dott.Sci.BioL - Inst, of Histol. and Gen. Embryol., Univ. of Perugia, Via del 

Giochetto, 06100 PERUGIA, Italy 
BOELSTERLI, U.; Dipl.nat. - Zool.-Vergl. Anat. Inst., Univ. Ziirich, Kunstlergasse 16, 8006 

ZURICH, Switzerland 
a Ultrastructurc of development. Podocoryne carnea (Hydrozoa) 
BOGENMANN, E.; M.Sc. - Inst, of Cell Biol., Swiss Fed. Inst, of Technol., Honggerberg, 8049 

ZURICH, Switzerland 
a Gene expression in somatic cell hybrids. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
BOHN, H.; Dr.rer.nat. - Zool. Inst, der Univ., Luisenst. 14, 8 MUNCHEN 2, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Wound healing in vivo and in vitro. Leucophaea maderae (Blattodea) 
BOILLY, B.; Dr.Sci., Prof. - Lab. de MorphoL Exper., Univ. des Sci. et Techn., B.P. 36, 59650 

VILLENEUVE D'ASCQ, France 
a Development of regeneration cells (dedifferentiation, activation, differentiation); determination of 

this development. (Annelida) 
b Factors of regenerative morphogenesis, especially nervous system, tissular contacts. (Annelida) 
BOLETZKY, S. von; Ph.D. - Lab. Arago, Univ. de Paris VI, 66650 BANYULS-sur-MER, France 
a Embryonic and post-embryonic development. (Cephalopoda) 
BOLOGNARI A.; Prof. - 1st. di Zool. e di Anat. Comp., Univ. di Messina, Via dei Verdi 75, 98100 

MESSINA, Italy 
a Nature of initial and definitive yolk globules and modification of the yolk (structure, ultra- 
structure, cytochemistry). Aplysia depilans (Gastropoda) 
b Differences between the primary nucleolus and the amphinucleoli in oocytes (autoradiography, 

ultrastructurc and cytochemistry). Patella coerulea (Gastropoda) 
BONARIC, J. C; Dr.Spec. - Lab. de Zool.II (Morphol. et Ecol.), Univ. des Sci. et techn. du 

Languedoc, Place E. Bataillon, 34060 MONTPELLIER, France 
a Ecophysiology of post-embryonic development. Pisaura mirabilis (Araneida, Arachnida) 
BONDL C; Dott., Prof. - 1st. di Anat. Comp., Univ. di Perugia, Via A. Pascoli, 06100 PERUGIA, 

Italy 
a The action of magnetic field on nervous system development. Rana esculenta, Bufo vulgaris 

(Anura) 
b Electron microscopy of vitellogenesis and spermiogenesis. Branchiobdella pentodonta (Oligochae- 

ta) 

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BONS, J.; Dr.es Sci. - Lab. Ecol. Biogeogr., Ecole Prat. Hautes Etudes, Place E. Bataillon, 34060 

MONTPELLIER, France 
a Embryonic development. Lacertidae, Agamidae (Lacertilia) 
BONTEKOE, Miss E. H. M.; Drs. - Dept. of Obstet. and Gynecol., Univ. of Amsterdam, Wilhelmina 

Gasthuis, le Helmerstr. 104, AMSTERDAM, Netherlands 
a Psychogenous influences on uterine motility and on fetal development. Canis familiaris (Carni- 

vora), Ovis aries, Sus scrofa (Artiodactyla), Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha) 
BONTING, S. L.; Ph.D., Prof. - Dept. of Biochem., Univ. of Nijmegen, Geert Groote Plein N. 21, 

NIJMEGEN, Netherlands 

no embryological work in progress 
BOON (NIERMEYER), Mrs. E. K.; M.Sc. - Zool.Lab., State Univ. of Utrecht, Transitonum III, 

Padualaan 8, UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a influence of protein synthesis inhibitors on the cell cycle. Lymnaea stagnalis (Gastropoda) 
b Significance of early cleavage cycles and programmed division pattern; correlation of division 

anomalies and abnormal division chronology with specific morphogenetic disturbances. Lymnaea 

stagnalis (Gastropoda) 
BOPP, M.; Dr.rer.nat., Prof. - Hot. Inst., Univ. Heidelberg, Hofmeisterwcg 4, 69 HEIDELBERG, 

B.R.b. (Germany) 
a Development; morphogenesis of protonema. Funaria hygrometrica (Bryophyta) 
b Shoot growth and DNA synthesis. Sinapis spec, Cucurbita spec. (Angiospermae) 
c Tissue culture; growth and differentiation under the action of herbicides. Nicotiana tabacum 

(Solanaceac), Anagallis arvensis (Primulaceae) 
BORGHESE, E.; M.D., Dr.Biol.Sci., Prof. - 1st. di Anat. Umana Norm., Univ. di Napoli, Via Sergio 

Pansini 5, 80131 NAPOLI, Italy 
BOROWSKI, R.; Dr. - Dept. of Anat., Freie Univ., Kon.-Luisestr. 15, 1 BERLIN 33, B.R.D. 

(Germany) , r> , ,xi 

BOSEL, R.; Dr. - WE Inst. fUr Psychol., FB 12 der Freien Univ., Dietrich-Schafer-Weg 6, 1 BERLIN 

41, B.R.D. (Germany) 

no work on developmental biology in progress 
BOSQUET, G.; Dr.spec. - Dept. de Biol. Gener. et Appl., Univ. de Lyon I, 43 Bd. du 11 Novembre 

1918, 69621 VILLEURBANNE, France 
a Proteosynthesis and respiration during starvation of larvae. Bombyx mori, Samia cynthia 

(Lepidoptera) 
BOSSHARD, N. U.; Dipl.Natw. - Inst, fiir Genet., Univ. des Saarlandes, 66 SAARBRUCKEN 11, 

B.R.D (Germany) 
a Influence of chemical stimuli on gene activity. Galleria mellonella (Lepidoptera) 
BOSSY, J. G. M.; M.D., Prof. - Dept. of Anat., Univ. of Montpelher, Section of Nimes, av. Kennedy, 

30000 NIMES, France 
a Development and maturation of the central nervous system in the fetus. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
BOTERENBROOD, Miss E. C; Ph.D. - Hubrecht Lab. (Intern. Embryol. Inst.), Uppsalalaan 8, 

Universiteitscentrum "De Uithof, UTREICHT, Netherlands 
a Analysis of dorso-ventral and cranio-caudal polarity in mesoderm induction. Ambystoma 

mexicanum (Urodela) (with P. D. NIEUWKOOP and K. HARA) 
b Cinematography of normal cleavage pattern and gastrulation movement. Ambystoma mexicanum 

(Urodela), Xenopus laevis (Anura) (with K. HARA) 
BOTH, N. J. de; Ph.D. - Dept. of Exper. Pathol., Erasmus Univ., Wijtemaweg, ROTTERDAM, 

Netherlands 
a Cell kinetics in normal and leukemic hematopoiesis. Mus musculus(Rodentia) 
b Comparative enzymology of erythropoiesis in normal animals and in animals infected with 

Rauscher leukemia virus. Same species as a 
BOTTKE, W.; Dr.rer.nat. - Zool. Inst, der Univ., Lehrst. fur Allgem. Zool., Badestr. 9, 44 MONSTER/ 

Westf., B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Oogenesis, especially the origin of yolk and the foHicle cell-oocyte interactions (electron micro- 
scopy, autoradiography, electrophoresis). Planorbarius corneus, Lymnaea stagnalis, Bithynia 

tentaculata, Valvata piscinalis (Gastropoda) 
b Chromosomal structure during endomitosis, mitosis and meiosis in the hermaphroditic gland 

(electron microscopy, autoradiography, cytophotometry). Planorbarius corneus, Lymnaea 

stagnalis (Gastropoda) 
BOU-RESLl, Mrs. M. N. A.; B.Sc. - Dept. of Anat. and Embryol., Univ. Coll. London, Gower St., 

LONDON WCIE 6BT, England 
a Oogenesis. (Lacertilia) 
BOUCAUT, J. C; D.Sc. - Lab. d'Embryol., Univ. Paris VI, 4 place Jussieu, 75230 PARIS Cedex 05, 

France 
a Expression of mosaicism in allophenic chimaeras. Pleurodclcs waltlii, Ambystoma mexicanum 

(Urodela) 
BOURSNI.LL J. C; Dr. - A. R. C. Unit of Reprod. Physiol. & Biocliem., Anim. Res. Station, 307 

Huntingdon Rd., CAMBRIDGE CB3 OJQ, England 
a Seminal plasma proteins. Sus domcsticus (Artiodactyla) 
BOURY i:SNAULT, Miss N. - Lab. de Biol, des Invert. Marins ct Malacol., Museum Natl. d'Hist. Nat., 

57 rue Cuvier, 75005 PARIS, France 
a Regeneration and morphogenesis. (Porifera) 
BOUVET, J. L.; Dr.Spec. - Lab. de Zool., Dept. de Biol., Univ. Sci. et Med. dc Grenoble, B.P. 53, 

38041 GR I NOB LI,, !• ranee 
a Experiments on the development of paired fins. Salmo trutta fario (Teleostei) 

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b Origin and development of the periderm. Same species as a 

BOZDZILOVSKAYA, V. P. - Inst, of Developm. Biol., Acad, of Sci. of the USSR, Vavilov St. 26, 

MOSCOW 117334, U.S.S.R. 
a Relative duration of development and normal table. Ambystoma mexicanum (Urodela) (with 

T. A. DETTLAFF) 
BRACHET, J. L. A.; M.D., D.Sc, Prof. - Dept. of Molec. Biol., Free Univ. of Brussels, 67 rue des 

Chcvaux, 1640 RHODE-ST.-GENfeSE, Belgium 
a Origin, nature, and role of cytoplasmic DNA. Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
b Synthesis of DNA, RNA and protein, and energy production during maturation. Same species as 

a 
c Concanavalin A binding to cell membranes during development. Same species as a 
d Induction of maturation by organomercurials. Same species as a 
e Effects of cyclic nucleotides and protease inhibitors on morphogenesis. Acetabularia mediter- 

ranea (Chlorophyceae) Paracentrotus lividus (Echinoidea), Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
BRADAMANTE, Z.; M.D. - Inst, of Histol. and Embryol., Fac. of Med., Univ. of Zagreb, P.O. Box 

166, Salata 3, 41001 ZAGREB, Yugoslavia 
a Chondroeenesis in the external ear. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) (with A. SVAJGER and 

Lj. KOSfoViC) 
b Differentiation of the intercellular matrix during ontogenesis (histology, histochemistry, electron 

microscopy). Same species as a (with A. SVAJGER and Lj. KOSTOVIC) 
BRAGT, J. van; Dr., Ir. - Dept. of Horticult., Agric. Univ., Haagsteeg 3, P.O. Box 30, WAGE- 

NINGEN, Netherlands 
a Endogenous hormone levels and parthenocarpic fruit set. Pirus spec, Malus spec. (Rosaceae) 
b Endogenous cytokinins and regeneration of sprouts on leaf cuttings, ornamental spp. 

(Angiospermae) 
BRAHMA, S. K.; D.Phil., Ph.D. - Dept. of Med. Anat. and Embryo!., State Univ. of Utrecht, 

Janskerkhof 3A, UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a Biosynthesis of soluble proteins in early development (isoelectric focusing, autoradiography). 

(Amphibia) (with P. T. v. d. SAAG) 
b Thin layer isoelectric focusing of some enzymes during early development. (Amphibia) 
c Ontogeny and localisation of the gamma-crystallins (immunofluorescence). (Anura, Urodela) 

(with D. S. McDEVITT, Philadelphia) 
d Biosynthesis of soluble lens crystallin antigens before and after hatching (isoelectric focusing, 

autoradiography). Gallus domesticus (Aves) (with H. van der STARRE) 
BRAITHWAITE, S. M. E.; B.Sc. - Dept. of Anat. and Embryol., Univ. Coll. London, Gower St., 

LONDON WCIE 6BT, England 
a Biochemistry of teratoma cells cultured in vitro. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
BRANDLE, K. A.; Dr.rcr.nat., Prof. - Zool. Inst, der Univ., Fachber. Biol., Siesmayerstr. 70, 6 

FRANKFURT/M., B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Preparation and rearing of animals with two heads connected in series (tandem heads) for study 

of relations between central nervous system and doubled sense organs. Ambystoma mexicanum 

(Urodela) 
b Rearing of isolated limb pairs together with different parts of the spinal cord in parabiosis with a 

host for study of movement coordination. Ambystoma mexicanum, Triturus spec. (Urodela) 
c Rearing of isolated tandem heads in parabiosis with a host for study of nerve connections 

between doubled optic and vestibular sense organs and the central nervous system. Ambystoma 

mexicanum (Urodela), Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
d Development of retinotectal connections (surgery); electrophysiological mapping of the optic 

projections. Same species as c 
BRAUM, E.;Dr. - Inst, fur Hydrobiol. und Fisch.wiss.. Univ. Hamburg, Olbersweg 24, 2 HAMBURG - 

Altona 1, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a The influence of temperature, oxygen pressure and water flow on eggs and larvae. Esox lucius, 

Corcgonus spp. (Teleostei) 
b The relation of external oxygen deficiency and embryogenesis. Clupea harengus (Teleostei) 
BREATHNACH, A. S.; M.D., Prof. - Dept. of Anat., St. Mary's Hosp. Med. School, Paddington, 

LONDON W. 2, England 
a Freeze-fracture replication of early blastoderm. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b Transmission electron microscopy and freeze fracture of fetal skin. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
BRFIPOHL, W.; Dr.med. - Lehrstuhl fiir Anat. I, Ruhr-Univ., Buscheyst., Postfach 2148, 463 

BOCHUM-Querenburg, B.R.D. (Germany) 
BRENNER, S.; D.Phil. - Lab. of Molec. Biol., Med. Res. Counc, Hills Rd., CAMBRIDGE CB2 2QH, 

England 
a Developmental genetics of the nervous system. Caenorhabditis elegans (Nematoda) 
BREUGEL, F. M. A. van; Dr. - Genet. Lab., State Univ., Kaiserstr. 63, LEIDEN, Netherlands 
a Differentiation in white-mottled and Notch mutants. Drosophila spec. (Diptera) 
BRIARTY, L. G.; Ph.D. - Bot. Dept., Nottingham Univ., University Park, NOTTINGHAM NG7 2RD, 

England 
a Ultrastructure (stereology) of developing seeds and grains. Phaseolus vulgaris (Papilionaceae), 

Triticum aestivum (Gramineae) 
b Grow th and ultrastructural changes in tissue culture. Phaseolus vulgaris (Papilionaceae) 
BRICHOVA (MOLLEROVA), Mrs. H. M.; M.D. - Inst, of Embryol., Fac. of Med., Charles Univ., 

Albertov 4, 128 00 PRAHA 2, Czechoslovakia 
a Electron microscopy of microglial cells during postnatal development. Rattus rattus (Rodentia) 
BRIDE, Miss J.; Lic.es Sci. - Lab. de Zool. et Embryol., Univ. de Besan^on, Place Marechal Leclerc, 
25030 BESANCON Cedex, France 

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a Developpement embryonnaire de la glande uropygienne. Anas platyrhynchos (Aves) (avcc 

L. GOMOT) 
BRIDE (VUILLET), Mrs. M; Lic.es Sci. - Lab. de Zool. et Embryol., Univ. de Besan^on, Place 

Marechal Leclerc, 25030 BESAN^ON Cedex, France 
a Le developpement in vivo et in vitro du coeur. Rana temporaria, Xenopus laevis (Anura) (avec 

L. GOMOT) 
BRIEGLEB, W.; Dr.rer.nat. - Inst, fiir Flugmedizin der DFVLR, Kolnerstr. 70, 53 BONN-Bad 

Godesberg, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Einfluss von Licht und holier Temperatur auf die Ontogenese einer neotenen Art aus cinem 

Hohlenbiotop. Proteus anguinus (Urodela) 
b Teratogenic and genetic anomalies induced by simulated weightlessness (fast running chnostat). 

Tribolium confusum (Coleoptera) (with J. NEUBERT) 
c Effect of simulated weightle'ssness on ultrastructure of the embryonic vestibular organ. (Anura) 

(with J. NEUBERT) 
BRIEN, P. L.t Prof.Hon. - Inst, de Zool., Univ. Libre de Bruxelles, BRUXELLES, Belgium 
BRINKMANN, A. O.; M.D. - Lab. for Cell Biol, and Histo!., State Univ., Rijnsburgerweg 10, 

LEIDEN, Netherlands 
a Steroid production in testes during felal development; sensitivity for luteinizing hormone (LH), 
chorionic gonadotropin (HCG), and the steroid biosynthesis inhibitor aminogluthctimide 
phosphate (AGP); relation with differentiation of genital ducts. Cavia porcellus (Rodentia) 
BROEK, H.W.J, van den; Dr., Ir. (Agric.) - Dept. of Genet., Agric. Univ., Gen. Foulkesweg 53, 

WAGENINGEN, Netherlands 
a Biochemical and genetical aspects of floral induction and its regulation. Silene armeria 

(Caryophyllaceae) 
b Regulation of transcription. Aspergillus spp., Neurospora spp. (Fungi) 

BR0NDSTED, H. V.; Dr.Phil., Prof. (Emer.) - Stockholmsgade 23, 2100 COPENHAGEN 0, Denmark 
a Physiology and regeneration. 
BROWAEYS, Mrs. E.^- Serv. de Biol. Anim., Univ. des Sci. et Techn. de Lille, B.P. 36, 59650 

VILLENEUVE D' ASCQ, France 
a Wing morphogenesis and regeneration (experimental study, ultrastructure). Sipyloidea sipylus 

(Phasmida) 
BRUCE, L.; Fil.Kand. - Zoophysiol. Inst., Univ. of Lund, Helgonaviigen 3, 223 62 LUND, Sweden 
a Composition of intracellular yolk granules during embryogencsis. Gallus domesticus (Aves) , 
BRUEL, Mrs. M. Th.; Lic.es Sci. - Lab. de Biol. Anim., Univ. de Clermont, B.P. 45, 63170 AUBIERE, 

France 
a Effect of pesticides on embryonic germ cells. (Aves) 
BRUGAL, G. J. Y.; Dr.spec. - Lab. de Zool., Dept. de Biol., Univ. Sci. et Med. de Grenoble, B.P. 53, 

38041 GRENOBLE, France 
a Inhibitory substances (chalones) involved in the regulation ot cell proliferation durmg embryonic 

development. Pleurodelcs waltlii (Urodela) 
b Autoradiography and cytophotometry of the relations between proliferation and diflerentiation 

in embryonic cell populations. Same species as a 
BRUINSMA, J.; Dr., Prof. - Dept. of Plant Physiol., Agric. Univ., Arboretumlaan 4, WAGENINGEN, 

Netherlands 
a Hormonal regulation of phototropism. Heliantluis annuus (Compositae) 
BRUN, J. L.; Dr. Sci., Prof. - Dept. de Biol. Gener. et Appl., Univ. de Lyon I, 43 Bd. du 1 1 Novembre 

1918, 69621 VILLEURBANNE, France 
a Adaptation aux temperatures elevees. Caenorhabditis elegans, Aphelenchoides composticola 

(Nematoda) 
b Genetic determination and development of dwarf mutants and temperature-sensitive mutants. 

Same species as a 
c Synaptonemal complex and DNA synthesis in oogenesis. Caenorhabditis elegans, Parascans 

equorum (Nematoda) 
d Physiology and genetics of ageing in a hermaphrodite. Caenorhabditis elegans (Nematoda) 
BRUNNERT, A. - Zool. Inst., Univ. Zurich, Kiinstlergasse 16, 8006 ZURICH, Switzerland 
a Metaplasia in medusae. Podocoryne carnea (Hydrozoa) 
BRUSTiS, .1. J.; Dr.Biol.Anim. - Lab. de Biol. Anim. A, Univ. Bordeaux I, Av. des Facultes, 33405 

TALENCE, France 
a Etude descriptive et experimcntale de la formation et de la diitcrenciation des somites. Rana 

dalmatina, Bufo bufo, Discoglossus pictus (Anura) 
b Regeneration de la queue au cours du developpement precoce. Rana dalmatina, Bufo buto 

(Anura) 
BUI HR, M. L.; Ph.D. - MRC Mammalian Devi. Unit. Univ. Coll. London, Woltson House, 4 

Stephenson Way, LONDON NWl 2lli;, Ingland 
a Regulation in the development of cliimaeras. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b In vitro culture of embryos. Same species as a 

c Sex determination in normal and cliimaeric animals. Same species as a 

BUGGE, J.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Anat., Royal Dent. Coll., Vennelyst Blvd., 8000 ARHUS C, Denmark 
a Malformations of tiie vascular system of brain and head. Mus musculus, Rattus norvegicus 

(Rodentia) (with P. A. KNUDSI-.N) 
BUGRILOVA, Miss R. S. - Plienogcnct. Lab., Inst, of Gen. Genet., Acad, of Sci. of the USSR, 

Profsovuznaya St. 7(1), MOSCOW 117312, U.S.S.R. 
a Developmental study of mutant gene effects on skeletal developmental abnormalities in vitro. Mus 
musculus (Rodentia) 

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BUKULYA, B. - Inst, of Expcr. Med., Hung. Acad, of Sci., Morphol. Dept., Szigony u.43, 

BUDAPEST 1083, Hungary 
a Fine structure and hormonal activity of intact and cultured embryonic adrenal cells of different 

species. Rattus spec. (Rodentia), Homo sapiens (Primates) 
BULLlf;R[:, D.; D.Sc. Lab. de Zool. et Biol. Anim., Univ. Sci. et Med. dc Grenoble, B.P. 53, Centre 

de Tri, 38041 GRENOBLE, France 
a Cell determination in regenerating appendages; relations between regeneration, proliferation, and 

differentiation; genetic control of morphogenesis. Blabera craniifer (Blattodea) 
b DNA-, RNA-, and cuticle component synthesis in epidermal cells of embryos. Same species as a 
BULLI^RE (CHALLANDE), Mrs. F.; Dr.spec. - Lab. de Zool. et Biol. Anim., Univ. Sci. et Med. de 

Grenoble, B.P. 53, Centre de Tri, 38041 GRENOBLE, France 
a Relation between differentiation and hormones in embryos cultured in vitro. Blabera craniifer 

(Blattodea) 
b DNA-, RNA-, and cuticle component synthesis in epidermal cells of embryos. Same species as a 
c Effect of ecdysteroids on embryonic leg regeneration in vitro. Same species as a 
BULMER, D.; M.D., D.Sc, Prof. - Dept. of liuman Morphol., Univ. of Southampton Med. Sch., 

Higiifield, SOUTHAMPTON S09 5NH, England 
a Cell proliferation and differentiation in placenta and female genital system. Rattus spec. 

(Rodentia) (with S. PEEL) 
BUNING, J.; Dr.rcr.nat. - Zool. Inst, der Univ., Lehrst. fiir AUgem. ZooL, Badestr. 9, 44 MUNSTER/ 

Westf., B.R.D. (Germany) 
a RNA synthesis in early development: analysis of nucleotide-pools, rate of RNA synthesis, 

ciiaracterization of RNA. Bruchidius obtectus (Coleoptera) 
BURGER, Mrs. E. H.; Drs. - Lab. for Cell Biol, and Histol., State Univ., Rijnsburgerweg 10, LEIDEN, 

Netherlands 
a Intluence of parathyroid extract on sulfate metabolism of developing cartilage in vitro. Mus 

musculus (Rodentia) 
b Ultrastructural effect of parathyroid extract on maturing embryonic cartilage and cartilage 

calcification in tissue culture. Same species as a 
BURGI SS, A. M. ( .: Ph.D. - Dept. of Anat., London Hosp. Med. ColL, Turner St., LONDON E. 1, 

England 
a RNA synthesis in dedifferentiating and redifferentiating regenerating tissues. Xenopus laevis, 

Ambystoma spec. (Amphibia) 
b Somite morphogenesis. Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
c Myogenesis. Same species as b 

d The teratogenic effects of altering cell adhesions during cell migration. Same species as b 
BURIGHEL. P.;Dr.biol.sci. - Inst. di^BioI. Anim., Univ. di Padova, Via Loredan 10, 35100 PADOVA, 

Italy 
a Differentiation of digestive tract. Botryllus schlosseri and other spp. (Ascidiacea) 
b Organogenesis. Botryllus schlosseri (Ascidiacea) 
c Tissue involution during metamorphosis. (Ascidiacea) 
BURNS, A. T. H. - Inst, of Anim. Genet., Univ. of Edinburgh, West Mains Rd., EDINBURGH 

EH9 3JN, Scotland, U.K. 
a Properties of lens mRNAs; regulation of stability. Gallus domesticus (Aves) (with R. M. 

CLAYTON, D. E. S. TRUMAN, (Edinburgh) and R. WILLIAMSON, (Glasgow) 
b Identification, ontogeny, and synthesis of crystallin subunits. Same species as a 
BUSCH, L. C; Dr.rer.nat. - Dept. of Anat., Rhein.-Westf. Techn. Hochschule, Melatener Str.21 1, 51 

AACHEN, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Developmental physiology and pathology in species with induced ovulation and/or delayed 
implantation and/or pseudopregnancy (transmission and scanning electron microscopy, histo- and 
biochemistry). Mustela vison, M. erminea, M. putorius furo, Meles meles (Carnivora) and other 
spp. (Mammalia) 
b Hormonal control (peripheral and central) of preimplantation stages in pregnant or pseudo- 
pregnant females (biochemistry, radioimmunoassay, electron microscopy). Same species as a 
BUTLER, S. R.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Anat., Med. School, Univ. of Birmingham, Edgbaston, BIRMING- 
HAM B15 2TJ, England 
a Development of cerebral dominance: differentiation of hemispheric function in infants and 

children (electroencephalography). Homo sapiens (Primates) 
BUZNIKOV, G. A.; Dr.biol.sci. - Inst, of Developm. Biol., Acad, of Sci. of the U.S.S.R., Vavilov 

St.26, MOSCOW 117334, U.S.S.R. 
a The role of neurotransmitters (acetylcholine, serotonin, catecholamines) m early cmbryogenesis. 
Stroneylocentrotus drobachiensis, S. nudus, S. intermedius, Paracentrotus lividus, Arbacia lixula, 
Sphae'rechinus granularis (Echinoidea) (with L. N. MARKOVA and N. A. TEPLITZ) 
BYCZKOWSKA (SMYK), Mrs. W.; Dr. - Dept. of Comp. Anat., Jagellonian Univ., ul. Krupnicza 50, 

30-060 KRAk6w, Poland 
a Spermatogenesis. Tetrodontophora bielanensis (CoUembola) 
BYSKOV (SJOLTE), Mrs. A. G.; Ph.D. - Finsen Lab., Finsen Inst., 49 Strandboulevarden, 2100 

COPENHAGEN, Denmark 
a Development and function of ovaries and rete ovarii; cell dynamics of atresia (electron 

microscopy, autoradiography). (Rodentia; Primates) 
b Sex differentiation in vivo and in vitro. Same species as a 

CABANIER, Miss M.-J. - Dept. dTlistol.-Embryol., Univ. de Paris XII, 6 rue du Gen. Sarrail, 94000 
CRfiTEIL, France 

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a Histogenesis and differentiation of the central nervous system. Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
CALLEBAUT, M. E.; M.D. - Lab. of Anat. and Embryol., State Univ. Center, Groenenborgerlaan 

171, 2020 ANTWERPEN, Belgium 
a Early development. Gallus domesticus, Coturnix coturnix (Aves) 
b 3H-uridine, 3H-thymidine, and l-leucine-3H incorporation in female germ cells. Coturnix c. 

japonica (Aves) 
CALVEZ, B.; Dr.spec. Dept. de Biol. Gen. et Appl., Univ. de Lyon I, 43 Bd. du 11 Novembre 1918, 

69621 VILLEURBANNE, France 
a Lipid and glucid synthesis during development. Samia cynthia (Lepidoptera) 
CAMBAR. R.; Dr., Prof. - Lab. de Biol. Anim.A, Univ. de Bordeaux I, Av. des Facultes. 33405 

TALENCE, France 
a Etude descriptive et experimental^ de la morphogenese du mesonephros. Rana spec, Alytes 

spec, Discoglossus spec, Xenopus spec. (Anura) 
b Ultrastructure du pronephros et du mesonephros. (Anura) 

c Involution ou transformation de I'appareil excreteur pendant la metamorphose. (Anura) 
d Rapports entre I'appareil genital et I'appareil excreteur. (Anura) 
e Differenciation sexuelle. (Anura) 
f Infrastructure des cellules germinales. (Anura) 

g Etude experimentale de la morphogenese du tube digestif et des glandes annexes. (Anura) 
CAMENZIND, R.; Dr.scnat. - Dept. of Zool., Swiss Fed. Inst, of Technol., Universitatstr.2, 8006 

ZURICH, Switzerland 
a Morphology, physiology, and cytology of paedogenetic-bisexual reproduction cycle. Hcteropeza 

pygmaea (- Oligarces paradoxus), Tekomyia populi, Mycophila speyeri, Miastor castaneae 

(Cecidomyiidae, Diptera) 
b Chromosome elimination in early cleavage in females and regulation of chromosome number 

after meiosis in males (time-lapse cinematography and ultrastructure). Heteropeza pygmaea 

(Cecidomyiidae, Diptera) 
c Sex determination; in vitro culture of ovaries; time-lapse cinematography. Same species as b 
d Non-random chromosome segregation by monocentric spindles in spermatogenesis (time-lapse 

cinematography, ultrastructure). Mycophila speyeri (Cecidomyiidae, Diptera) 
CAMOSSO, Miss M. E.; ScD., Prof. - Inst, of Human Anat., Fac. of Med., Univ. of Bari, Policlinico, 

70124 BARI, Italy 
a Analysis of the morphogenesis of the wing. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b Nerve patterns in experimentally duplicated limbs. Same species as a 

c Vascular patterns of the spinal cord under normal and experimental conditions. Same species as a 
CAMPANELLA, Mrs. C; Dr. ~ 1st. di Istol. ed Embriol., Univ. di Napoli, Via Mezzocannonc 8, 80134 

NAPOLI, Italy 
a Ultrastructure of sperm activation, eggs and fertilization; fertilizability of eggs in various 

conditions; role of the jelly envelope in fertilization; differences in the egg plasma membrane; 

cortical reaction. Discoglossus pictus, Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
CAMPANTICO, E.; Dr. - Inst, of Histol. and Embryol., Univ. of Torino, Via Giolitti 34, 10123 

TORINO, Italy 
CAMPBELL, J.C; Ph.D. - M.R.C. Epigcnet. Res. Grp., Inst, of Anim. Genet., Univ. of Edinburgh, 

West Mains Rd., EDINBURGH EH9 3JN, Scotland, U.K. 
a Regulatory mechanisms in lens regeneration. Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
b Effect of histidinaemia on ear development. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
CANADAS-VILLALTA, J. A.; M.D. Lab. of Exp. Embryol., Dept. of Anat., Fac of Med., Univ. of 

Sevilla, SEVILLA, Spain 
a Electron microscopy of neuronal differentiation. Gallus gallus (Aves) 

CANTELL, C.-E.;Fil.Dr. - Zool. Inst., Univ. of Uppsala, Box 561, S-751 22, UPPSALA 1, Sweden 
CANTING, D.; M.D. - 1st. di Anat. Hum. Norm., Univ. di Torino, Corso M.d'Azeglio 52, 10126 

TORINO, Italy 
CAPDEVILA, Miss M. P.; M.Sc - Sect. Devi. Genet., Inst, of Genet, and Anthropol., Velazquez 144, 

MADRID 6, Spain 
a Development and genetic analysis of phenocopies. Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 
CAPESIUS, Miss I.; Dr. - Bot. Inst., Univ. Heidelberg, Hofmeisterweg 4, 69 HEIDELBERG, B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
CAPURON, A. P.; Dr.Sci., Prof. - Lab. d'Embryol., Univ. des Sci. et Techn. de Lille, B. P. 36. 59650 

VILLENEUVE D'ASCQ, France 
a Origine, migration et differenciation des cellules germinales primurdiales (cultures embryon- 

naircs). Pleurodeles waltlii (Urodela) 
b Induction et organogenese de la boiiche et des dents in vivo et in vitro. Meme espece comme a 
c Caracteristicjucs electriques membranaires au cours des premiers stades du developpement. Meme 

cspecc comme a 
CARINCI, P.; M.D.. Prof. - Inst, of Histol. and Gen. Embryo!., Univ. of Ferrara, Via Fossato di 

Mortara 66, 44100 EERRARA, Italy 
a Biochemical and histochemical analysis of embryonic fluids (albumen, yolk, and serum). Gallus 

domesticus (Aves) 
b Epithelio-mesenchymal interactions in lung and skin morphogenesis in vitro. Same species as a 
c Induction of volk protein synthesis in cultured embryonic liver cells. Same species as a 
CAR EON (( ROTTI ), Mrs. N.; Dr. en Med. - Lab. d'Histol. et EmbryoI.II, Univ. d'Aix-Marseilie, 27 

Bd. Jean Moulin, 13385 MARSEILLE Cedex 4, France 
CARRE, Mrs. M. C; D.E.S. - Lab. de Genet. Evolut. et de Biomet., C.N.R.S., 91190 GIF-sur- 

YVETTE, France 

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a Etudes genetiques: 1. transmission de I'intersexualite et de la thelygenie par greffe d'organes; 2. 
transmission infectueuse d'un facteur thermosensible intervenant dans I'inversion du phenotype 

sexuel. Orchestia gammarella (Amphipoda, Crustacea) 
b Comportenient de la zone germinative apres implantation de gonades cultivees. Meme espece 

comme a 
CARUSO, A.; B.S. - Inst, of Histol. and Gen. Embryol., Univ. of Perugia, Via del Giochetto, 06100 

PERUGIA. Italy 
CASSAGNE-MEJEAN, Mrs. F.; Dr.es Sci. - Lab. de Zool.II, (Morphol. et Ecol.), Univ. des Sci. et 

Techn. du Languedoc, Place Eugene Bataillon, 34060 MONTPELLIER, France 
a Embryonic and post-embryonic development and metamorphosis. Arrenurus spec. (Hydrachnel- 

lae, Acarina, Arachnida) 
CASTEL, J.; Dr.Seme cycle - Inst, de Biol. Marine, Univ. de Bordeaux I, 2 rue du Prof. Jolyet, 33120 

ARCACHON, France 
a Morphology of larval development; life cycle in relation with ecological conditions in the 

laboratory and in brackish waters. (Copepoda and other Entomostraca) 
CAVALLIN (THOMAS), Mrs. M.; Dr.Sc. - Lab. de Zool. Exper., Univ. de Bordeaux I, Av. des 

Facultes, 33405 TALENCE, France 
a Recherches descriptives et experimentales sur la morphogenese de I'appareil genital. Carausius 

spec, Clitumnus spec. (Phasmida) 
b Etude ultrastructurale de la morphogenese et de la differenciation sexuelle des gonades embryon- 

naires. Meme espece comme a 
CAZAUX, CI.; Dr.es Sci. - Inst, de Biol. Marine, Univ. de Bordeaux I, 2 rue du Prof. Jolyet, 33120 

ARCACHON, France 
a Larval development from egg (artificial fertilization, rearing in the laboratory) and larval ecology 

in the area of the Bassin d'Arcachon. (Polychaeta) 
CEDARD (WILLSTAETTER), Mrs. L.; M.D., Ph.D. - Lab. de Chim. Horm., Equipe de Rech. 

No. 123, Maternite de Port-Royal, 123 Bd. de Port Royal, 75014 PARIS, France 
CERIMELE, D.; M.D. - Dept. of Dermatol., Univ. of Pavia, Policlinico S. Matteo, 27100 PAVIA, Italy 
CHALLIER, J. C; Dr.3e Cycle - Lab. de Biol, de la Reprod., Univ. P. et M. Curie, Tour 32, Rez de 

Chaussce, 4 place Jussieu, 75230 PARIS Cedex 05, France 
a Transfer of oxygen, hexoses, and amino acids by the placenta (perfusion in vitro). Homo sapiens 

(Primates) 
CHALOUPKA, Z.; MUDr., CSc. - Inst, of Pathophysiol., Charles Univ., Lidicka 1, 306 05 PLZEN, 

Czechoslovakia 
a Effect of afferentiation in early postnatal hfe on the formation of temporary connections. Rattus 

norvegicus (Rodentia) 
b Development of functional abilities of the auditory system. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
CHALUMEAU, Mrs. M. Th,; Dr.es Sci. - Lab. de BioL du DeveL, C.H.U. de Bobigny, 74 rue Marcel 

Cachin, 93000 BOBIGNY, France 
a Chronologie et topographic de I'apparition des proteines (transferrine) dans I'embryon (immuno- 
fluorescence). Pleurodeles waltlii, Ambystoma mexicanum (Amphibia), Rattus spec. Homo 

sapiens (Mammalia) 
b Enzymes prcsentant de formes multimoleculaires dans divers organes du foetus et du nouveau-ne; 

relation avec la maturation enzymatique et dysfonctionnements (electrophorese). Mus musculus, 

Rattus spec (Rodentia), Homo sapiens (Primates) 
CHAMBOLLE, P.; Dr.Sci. - Lab. de Biol. Anim. A, Univ. Bordeaux I, Av. des Facultes, 33405 

TALENCE, France 
a Experiments sur la gestation. Gambusia spec (Teleostei), Salamandra spec. (Urodela) 
b Developpemcnt in vitro. Gambusia spec. (Teleostei) 

CHAMORRO, J. M. - Inst. F.Oloriz, Fac of Med., Univ. of Granada, GRANADA, Spain 
CHANCONIE (MAURY), Mrs. M.; Dr.3e Cycle - Lab. d'Anat. Comp., Univ. Paris VII, 2 place Jussieu, 

75005 PARIS, France 
CHANDEBOIS, Miss R.: Dr., Prof. - Lab. de Morphogenet. Anim., Univ. de Provence - Centre 

St. Charles, Place Victor Hugo, 13331 MARSEILLE-Cedex 3, France 
a Activity of tlie undifferentiated material in normal and regenerating animals (electron 

microscopy, tissue culture, irradiation). Dugesia subtcntaculata, D. gonocephala (Turbellaria) 
b Equilibria between the two cell types of the undifferentiated tissue and equilibria between this 

undifferentiated tissue and the differentiated cells. Same species as a 
CHANTURISHVILI, P. S.: Dr.biol.sci., Prof. - Dept. of Anim. Embryol., Inst, of Zool., Acad, ot Sci. 

of the Georgian SSR. 31 Chavchavadze Ave., TBILISI 380030, U.S.S.R. 
a Experimental morphology of interaction between adenohypophysis and gonads in ontogenesis. 

Gallus domesticus (Aves) (with N. T. KINCURASHVILI, B. L. KANKAVA, L. I. 

KURULASHVILI and A. G. TVOROGOVA) 
b Experimental morpholoey of gastro-intestinal system development (action of inhibitor). Same 

species as a (with M. D. KALATOSISHVILI) 
CHARBONN^-GOETT, Mrs. F. - Lab. d'Histol.-Embryol., Fac. de Med., Bd.Winston Churchill, B.P. 

38, 63001 CLERMONT-FERRAND Cedex. France 
a Ultrastructure and cytochemistry of perinatal and adult hepatic cells in subculture. Rattus spec 

(Rodentia) 
b Morphogenesis and cytochemistry of perinatal and adult myocardium in cell culture; pharma- 
cological study. Same species as a 
CHARLES, R.; Dr. - Anat.-Embryol. Inst., Univ. of Amsterdam, Mauritskade 61, AMSTERDAM-O., 

Netherlands 
a Developmental changes in activity of liver carbamylphosphate synthetase. Ambystoma 

mexicanum (Urodela) 

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b Histones in early embryonic development. Xenopus laevis (Anura) 

CHARNIAUX-C'OTTON, Mrs. H.; D.Sc, Prof. - Lab. Sex. et Reprod. des Invertebr., Univ. Pierre et 

Marie Curie, Bat.G., Tour 32, 4 place Jussieu, 75230 PARIS Cedex 05, France 
a Electrophoresis and immunochemistry of a "female protein fraction". Orchestia gammarellus 

(Amphipoda, Crustacea) (with Y. CROISILLE (Nogent), J. J. MEUSY and H. JUNERA) 
b Descriptive study and control of oogenesis. Same species as a 
CHAUVIN, G. R.; Dr.3eme cycle - Lab. de Biol. Anim. ler Cycle, Univ. de Rennes, Av. du Gen. 

Leclerc, 35031 RENNES Cedex, France 
a Anatomy and cytology of the genital tract and its glands; egg formation. Monopis spec, Galleria 

mellonella, Korscheltellus spec. (Lepidoptera) 
b Anatomical and physiological patterns allowing larval development in dry conditions. Monopis 

spec. Tinea spec, Tineola spec. (Lepidoptera) 
CHECIU, L; Biol. - Lab. de Embriol. Norm, ^i Patol., Acad. Stiin^e Med., Centr. de Cere Med., 

Bd.M.Viteazul 24, 1900 TIMISOARA. Rumania 
a Experimental teratology of the central nervous system. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b Development of cerebral vesicles. Same species as a 
CHECIU, Mrs. M.; Biol. - Lab. de Embriol. Norm, si Patol., Acad. Stiinfe Med., Ctr. de Cere Med., 

Bd. M. Viteazul 24, 1900 TIMISOARA, Rumania 
a Experimental teratology; transfer of embryos. Mus musculus, Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
CHEN, P. S.; Dr.phil., Prof. - Zool.-Vergl. Anat. Inst., Univ. Zurich, Kunstlergasse 16, 8006 ZURICH, 

Switzerland 
a Paragonial substance, amino acids and peptides. Drosophila melanogaster, D. spec. (Diptera) 
CHEVALLIER, A. D.; Dr.spec - Lab. de Zool., Dept. de Biol., Univ. Sci. et Med. de Grenoble, B.P. 

53, 38041 GRENOBLE, France 
a Development of axial skeleton, rib basket and girdles in homo- and xenoplastic transplantation 

experiments. Gallus domesticus. Coturnix c. japonica (Aves) 
CHEVREAU, J. P.; Dr.en Med., Prof. - Dept. d'Histol.-EmbryoL, Univ. de Paris XII, 6 rue du 

Gen. Sarrail, 94000 CR^TEIL, France 
a Histogenesis and differentiation of the central nervous system. Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
CHIBON, P.; D.Sc, Prof. - Lab. de Zool. et Biol. Anim., Univ. Sci. et Med. de Grenoble, B.P. 53, 

Centre de Tri, 38041 GRENOBLE, France 
a Nuclear labelling of embryonic cells (autoradiography). Pleurodeles waltlii, Triturus alpestris 

(Urodela) 
b Morphogcnctic abilities and differentiation of neural crest cells. Same species as a 
c Origin and differentiation of teeth. Rana spec, Bufo spec (Anura), Pleurodeles waltlii (Urodela) 
d Cellular proliferation in the embryo: kinetics and differentiation. Pleurodeles waltlii (Urodela) 
CHIEFFI, G.; M.D., Prof. - 1st. e Museo di Zool., Univ. di Napoli, Via Mezzocannone 8, 80134 

NAPOLI, Italy 
CHIQUET, M.; M.Sc - Inst, of Cell Biol., Swiss Fed. Inst, of Technol., Honggerberg, 8049 ZURICH, 

Switzerland 
a Surface changes during muscle cell differentiation. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
CHMILEVSKY, D. A. - Biol. Inst., Leningrad State Univ., LENINGRAD 198904, U.S.S.R. 
a Morphology, cytochemistry, and autoradiography of oogenesis. Acerina cernua (Teleostei) 
b The process of gametogenesis under ionizing radiation. (Perciformes, Teleostei) 
CHOFFFL, MissC. ~ Lab. d'Embryol., Univ. de Nancy I, 31 rue Lionnois, 54000 NANCY, France 
a Developpcment de la langue et du larynx. Homo sapiens (Primates) (avec A. DOLLANDER et 

R. SEMBA (Japan)) , 
CHOROSZEWSKA-LELICINSKA, Mrs. A.; Dr.biol. - Dept. of Exper. Embryol., Inst, of Obstet. and 

Gynecol., Med. Acad., Karowa 2, 00-315 VVARSZAWA, Poland 
a Effect of different proportions of amino acids in maternal blood and of single amino acid excess 

on the embryo. Rattus spec (Rodentia) 
CHRIST. B.L; Dr.med. - Lehrstuhl fur Anat. I., Ruhr-Univ., Universitatsstr. 150, Postfach 2148,463 

BOCIIUM-Querenburg, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Development of vertebral column. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b Differentiation of somites. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
c Ultrastructure of connective tissue differentiation. Same species as a 
d Scanning and transmission electron microscopy of prelaying stages. Gallus domesticus, 

Coturnix c japonica (Aves) 
e Origin and development of musculature. Same species as d 
CIHAK, R.; MUDr., D.Sc. Prof. - Dept. of Anat., Charles Univ., U nemocnice 3, 12800 PR AHA 2, 

Czechoslovakia 
a Prenatal development of muscles. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Prenatal development of extremities (Vertebrata) 

CIONINI, P. G.; Dr. - 1st. di Genet, della Univ., Via Matteotti 1/A, 56100 PISA, Italy 
a Piiysiology and molecular biology of embryogenesis, especially polytenc clironiosomes in the 

embryo suspensor cells. Piiaseolus coccineus (Papilionaceae) 
ClOPPETTINI, Mrs. M. CON TI; Dr.rer.nat. - Lab. Antropol., Univ. di Camerino, Via Filippo Camerini 

5,62032CAMERINO, Italy 
a Developmental genetics; teratogenesis. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
CLAIRAMBAULT, P.; Dr.es Sci. - Lab. d'Anat. Comp., Univ. Paris Vll, 2 Place Jussieu, 75005 

PARIS, France 
CLAVERT, A. J. J.; Dr.med. - Inst. d'Embryol., Univ. de Strasbourg, 11 rue Humann, 67085 

STRASBOURG, France 
a Eve development and lens differentiation 

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b Teratogenic effect of glucose injection into tlie amniotic cavity 

CLAVI;RT, J. M. J.; D.Sc, Prof. Inst. d'EmbryoL, Univ. de Strasbourg, 4 rue Kirschleger, 67085 

STRASBOURG Cedcx, France 
a Le determinisme de la symetrie bilaterale. Gallus domesticus, Anas platyrhynchos (Aves) 
b Chimioteratogenese (venoms). Mus musculus (Rodentia), Orvctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha) 
CLAYTON (FREEDMAN), Mrs. R. M.; M.A. Inst, of Anim. Genet., Univ. of Edinburgh, West Mains 

Rd., EDINBURGH EH9 3JN, Scotland, U.K. 
a Properties of lens niRNAs; regulation of stability. Gallus domesticus (Aves) (with 
D. E. S. TRUMAN, A. T. H. BURNS, I. THOMSON (Edinburgh), and R. WILLIAMSON 
(Glasgow) 
b Synthesis, ontogeny, location, and immunochemistry of lens proteins in normal animals and 
mutants. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Mus musculus (Rodentia) (with D. E. S. TRUMAN, 
A. T. H. BURNS, M. M. PERRY, D. J. PRITCHARD (Edinburgh) and D. S. McDEVITT 
(Philadelphia) 
c Ultrastructure, immunology, and cell properties of lenses with normal and genetically modified 
cell membranes. Same species as b (with P. C. G. ODEIGAH, D. J. PRITCHARD, and 
M. M. PERRY) 
d Standardization of lens antibodies. Many species (with all lens immunochemists wilhng to 

collaborate) 
e Differentiation and cell interactions in vitro of normal and abnormal ocular epithelium. Same 

species as b (with E. C. A. LUCEY, D. J. PRITCHARD and M. M. PERRY) 
CLEGG, E. .L; M.D., Ph.D. - Dept. of Human Biol, and Anat., Univ. of Sheffield, Western Bank, 

SHEFFIELD SIO 2TN, England 
a Effect of hypoxia on preimplantation stages. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
CLOTHIER, R. H.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Hum. Morphol., Med. School, Univ. of Nottingham, 

NOTTINGHAM NG7 2UH, England 
a Neoplasms. Xenopus laevis (Anura), Triturus cristatus (Urodela) 
b Development of the immune response and role of thymus. Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
COCK, A. G.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Biol., Univ. of Southampton, SOUTHAMPTON S09 5NH, England 

no embryological work in progress 
COGNETTI, G.; Dott.Chhn. 1st. di Anat. Comp., Univ. di Palermo, Via Archirafi 20, 90123 

PALERMO, Italy 
a Histones and other nuclear proteins in oocytes and during embryology. Paracentrotus lividus 

(Echinoidea) 
b Chromatin structure in embryos. Same species as a 
COHEN, Jack; Ph.D. - Dept. of Zool. and Comp. PhysioL, Univ. of Birmingham, P.O.Box 363, 

BIRMINGHAM BIS 2TT, England 
a Fertility of various sperm populations, especially from fallopian tubes, tested by competition 

with fresh sperm of different genotype. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Sperm populations; antibodies involved in fertility and infertility (radioactive labelling, 

immunofluorescence). Mus musculus, Oryctolagus cuniculus. Homo sapiens (Mammalia) 
COLE, R. J.; Ph.D. - Sch. of BioL Sci., Univ. of Sussex, Falmer, BRIGHTON BNl 9QG, England 
COLENBRANDER, B.; D.V.M. - Vet. Anat. and Embryol. Inst., Univ. of Utrecht, Bekkerstr. 141, 

UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a Development of experimental induced freemartinism. Sus scrofa domesticus (Artiodactyla) 
COLLENOT, A.; Dr. Vet., Dr.Sci., Prof. - Lab. d'Embryol. Exp., Centre de Rech. du CNRS, 67 rue 

Maurice Gunsbourg, 94200 IVRY sur SEINE, France 
a Analyse experimentale des mecanismes de la differenciation sexuelle des gonades. (Amphibia) 
b L'expression des genes Icthaux ulcere et lethal mitotique. Pleurodeles waltlii (Urodela) 
COLLIN, J. P.; Dr.es Sci. - Lab. de Zool., 40 Av. du Recteur Pineau, 86022 POITIERS, France 
a Development of the pineal gland (electron microscopy). (Cyclostomata; Reptilia; Aves; 

Mannnalia) 
b Embryogenesis and phylogenesis of the pineal gland. (Aves; Mammalia) 
c Proteins in the embryonic pineal gland (autoradiography and electron microscopy). Same species 

as b 
d Indolamines and catecholamines in the embryonic pineal gland. Same species as b 
COLLN, KL;Dr.rer.nat. - Zool. Inst, der Univ., Weyertal 119, 5 KOLN 41, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Hormonale Steuerung des Proteinstoffwechsels in der Metamorphose. Ephestia kiihniella 

(Lepidoptera) 
b Isolation and characterization of pigment granules from compound eyes. Same species as a 
COLOMBERA, D. 1st. di Biol. Anim., Univ. di Padova, Via Loredan 10, 35100 PADOVA, Italy 
a Comparative spermatogenesis. (Ascidiacea) 
COLOMBO, G.; Dr.BioL, Prof. - 1st. di Zool., Univ. di Ferrara, Via Previati 24, 44100 FERRARA, 

Italy 
COLOMBO, L.; Dr.bioLsci. - 1st. di BioL Anim., Univ. di Padova, Via Loredan 10, 35100 PADOVA, 

Italy 
a Possible cooperational steroidogenesis between corpus luteum and placenta in estrogen synthesis 

and in pregnancy maintenance. Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
b Role of progestogens and 11-deoxycorticosteroids in oocyte maturation and ovulation. Gobius 

jozo (Teleostei) 
COMOGLIO, P. M.; M.D. - Cell and Molec. BioL Lab., Dept. of Human Anat., Univ. of Torino, Corso 

M.d'Azeglio 52, 10126 TORINO, Italy 
a Cell membrane differentiation; immunochemistry of surface macromolecules. Mus musculus 
(Rodentia) 

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b Membrane-mediated growth control in BHK (baby liamster kidney) cells. Mesocricetiis auratus 

CONTINI, Miss A.; Dr. - Inst, of Zool. and Comp. Anat., Univ. of Messina, Via dei Verdi 75, 98100 

MESSINA, Italy 
a Morphology, ultrastructure, and cytochemistry of oocyte development. Chiton olivaceus 

(Polyplacophora), Dcltentosteus quadrimaculatus (Teleostei) 
CORNEC, J. P.; Dr.spec. - Lab. de Morphogcnct. Anim., Univ. de Provence - Centre St.Charles, Place 

Victor Hugo, 13331 MARSEILLE-Cedex 3, France 
a Les facteurs qui determinant I'absence de regeneration. (Hirudinea) 

CORNER, M. A.; Ph.D. - Netherl. Centr. Inst, for Brain Res., IJdijk 28, AMSTERDAM-O., Nether- 
lands 
a Role of neural function in the embryonic development of the central nervous system (electro- 
physiology and neurohistology). Rana pipiens, R. esculenta, Discoglossus pictus, Bufo bufo 

(Anura) 
CORUJO ANTELO, Miss A.; Dr.nat.sci., Dr.biol.sci. - 1st. di Zool. "Federico Raffaele", Viale 

deU'Universita 32, 00161 ROMA (7), Italy - General Mola 88, MADRID 6, Spain 
a Differentiation of thyroid and parathyroid glands in the embryo in vivo and in vitro. Gallus gallus 

(Aves) 
COSTANZO, G. - 1st. di Idrobiol. dell'Univ., Via dei Verdi 75, 98100 MESSINA, Italy 

no cmbryological work in progress 
COULOMB (GAY), Mrs. R.; Lic.es Sci. - Lab. de Morphogenet. Anim., Univ. de Provence Centre 

St. Charles, Place Victor Hugo, 13331 MARSEILLE-Cedex 3, France 
a Variations des potentialites de regeneration et hemiheteromorphoses. Eiseniella tetraedra 

(Oligochaeta) 
b Influence de I'ablation des ganglions cerebroids sur la regeneration posterieure. Meme espece 

com me a 
COULON (BUBLEX), Mrs. M. - Lab. de Biometrie, Sect, de Biol. Gener. et AppL, 69621, 

VILLEURBANNE, France 
CRACIUN, Mrs. O.; L.Sc. - Chaire de Biol.-Histol., Inst, de Med. et Pharm., St. Pasteur 6, 3400 CLUJ, 

Rumania 
a Cultures cellulaires du foie adulte normal ou en regeneration. Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
b Regeneration du foie sous Taction des hepato-protecteurs (acide aspartique). Same species as a 
CRICK, F. H. C; Ph.D. - Lab. of Molec. Biol., Med. Res. Council, Hills Rd., CAMBRIDGE CB2 2QH, 

England 
CRIPPA, M.; M.D., Prof. - Lab. d'Embryol. Molec, Dept. de Biol. Anim., Univ. de Geneve, 154 route 

de Malagnou, 1224 CHENE BOUGERIES (Geneve), Switzerland 
a Control of transcription. Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
CRISP, D. J.; Sc.D. F.R.S., Prof. - Marine Sci. Labs., Univ. Coll. of N.Wales, MENAI BRIDGE, 

Anglesey LL59 5EY, Wales, U.K. 
CROES, A. F.;Dr. - Dept. of Bot., Univ. of Nijmegen, Toernooiveld, NIJMEGEN, Netherlands 
a Differentiation. Allomyces spec. (Phycomycetes) 
CROISILLE, v.; Dr. - Inst. d'EmbryoL et TeratoL Exp. du C.N.R.S., 49 bis Av. de la Belle Gabrielle, 

94130 NOGENT-sur-MARNE, France 
a Developmental, kinetic, and immunological studies of enzymes (lactic dehydrogenases, hypoxan- 

thine dehydrogenase, esterases) in different tissues. Gallus gallus (Aves) 
b Immunohistological studies of the first appearance of organ-specific proteins during kidney 

differentiation. Same species as a 
c Organogenesis of the mesonephros. Same species as a (with M. GUMPEL and C. MARTIN) 
d Purification of factors stimulating growth of malignant tumours in in vitro culture. Homo sapiens 

(Primates) (with Et. WOLFF, Em. WOLFF, and J. SMITH) 
e Characterization of different DNA polymerase activities and reverse transcription in embryonic 

brain. Same species as a (with L. SORIANO and E. J. C. SMITH) 
f Electrophoresis and immunochemistry of a "female protein fraction". Orchestia gammarella 

(Amphipoda, Crustacea) (with J. J. MEUSY H. CHARNIAUX-COTTON and H. JUNERA (Paris)) 
CROIZAT, B.; D.Sc. - Biochim. Cell., CoU. de France, 11 place M. Berthelot, 75231 PARIS Cedex 

05, France 

no cmbryological work in progress 
CSABA, G.; M.D., D.Sc, Prof. - Inst, of Biol., Med. Univ., Tiizolto u. 58, 1094 BUDAPEST IX, 

Hungary 
a Experimental and physiological embryology; teratogenesis. Rattus rattus (Rodentia) 
b Developmental genetics. (Protozoa), Dugesia lugubris (Turbellaria), Rattus rattus (Rodentia) 
c Molecular biology of mast cell formation. Same species as a 

CSILLIK, B.; M.D., Prof. - Dept. of Anat., Univ. Med. School, Kossuth L. 40, SZEGED, Hungary 
a Developmental histochemistry and electron microscopy of the autonomic ground plexus. Rattus 

rattus (Rodentia) (with E. KNYIHAR, M. GAJ6 and G. KALMAN) 
CULLEN, M. J.; D.Phil. - Muse Dystrophy Res. Labs., Newcastle Gen. Hosp., Nl'.WCASTLE-on-Tyne 

NE4 6BE, l.ngland 
a Electron microscopy of muscle regeneration after application of tiger snake (Notechis) venom. 

Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
b Cell deatii in presumptive dystrophic and normal foetal muscle. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
c Myofibril and myofilament assembly in foetal muscle (Mammalia) 

CUMINGE, Miss D.; Lices Sci. - Inst. d'Fmbrvol. et Teratol. Exper. du C.N.R.S., 49bis Av. de la 
Belle Gabrielle, 94130 NOGENT-sur-MARNE. France 

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a Organogenese sexuelle precoce de I'embryon. Gallus gallus (Aves) (with R. DUBOIS) 

b Biosynthese glycoproteique dans les ebauches gonadiques (topochimie, cinetique). Meme espece 

comme a 
c Effets des lectines sur ramiboidisme des cellules germinales. Meme espece comme a 
CURTIS, A. S. G.; Ph.D., Prof. - Dept. of Cell Biol., Univ. of Glasgow, GLASGOW Gil 6NU, 

Scotland, U.K. 
a Structure and physical chemistry of embryonic cell surfaces. Gallus domesticus, Coturnlx spp. 

(Aves) 
b Segregation mechanisms in reaggregates of embryonic cells. Same species as a 
c Adhesion mechanisms in embryonic cells. Ephydatia tluviatilis (Porifera), Gallus domesticus, 

Coturnix spp. (Aves) and others 
d Cell positioning in embryogenesis: lymphocytes, somite formation. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
CURY, G.; Agr.Phil., Lic.Sci. - Lab. d'Embryol., Univ. de Nancy I, 31 rue Lionnois, 54000 NANCY, 

France 
a Cytodifferenciation des lignees granulocytaires in vivo et in vitro. Gallus domesticus (Aves), 

Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha) 
CUSIMANO (CAROLLO), Mrs. T.; D.Sci., Prof. - 1st. di Zool., Univ. di Palermo, Via Archirafi 18, 

90123 PALERMO, Italy 
a The causal development of the mouth. Discoglossus pictus (Anura) 
b Hybrid fertilization after aging of eggs. Ascidia malaca, Ascidiella aspersa (Ascidiacea) 
CZAPIK Miss R.; Dr.hab. - Dent, of Plant Cytol. and Embryol., Inst, of Bot., Jagellonian Univ., 

Grodzka 52, 31-044 KRAKOW, Poland 
a Embryological variability. Adoxa moschatellina (Adoxaceae) 
b Sexuel and asexual reproduction. Potentilla spec. (Rosaceae) 
CZIHAK G.; Dr.Phil., Prof. - Lehrkanzel fiir Genet, und Entw.biol. der Univ. Salzburg, Porsche Str.8, 

A-5620 SALZBURG, Austria 
a Molecular biology of early development. Paracentrotus lividus, Psammechinus miliaris 

(Eciiinoidea) 
b Cleavage pattern. Same species as a 
c Regulation of mitosis. Same species as a 

d Parthenogenetic activation of development. (Echinoidea; Teleostei) 
CZOtOWSKA, Miss R. K.; Dr. - Dept. of Embryol., Zool. Inst., Univ. of Warsaw, Krakowskie 

Przedmiescie 26/28, WARSZAW A 64, Poland 
a Fine structure of early parthenogenetic embryos. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
CZYZEWSKA-LIEBHART, Mrs. M.; M.D. - Dept. of Pathomorphol.. Inst, of Obstet. and Gynaecol., 

Med. Sch. Warsaw, ul. Karowa 2, 00-315 WARSZAWA, Poland 
DABAGIAN (ERAMICHEVA), Mrs. N. V.; Cand.biol.sci. - Chair of Embryol., Biol. Fac, State Univ. 

of Moscow, Lenin Hills, MOSCOW 117234, U.S.S.R. 
a Autoradiography of cell populations in regeneration of the retina. Rana temporaria (Anura) 
b Development of the ciliary body (scanning electron microscopy). Same species as a 
DADOUNE, J. P.; Dr.en Med. - Lab. dTIistol.-Embryol.B, Fac. de Med., 45 rue des Sts. Peres, 75 

PARIS Vie, France 
DAEMEN, F. J. M.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Biochem., Univ. of Nijmegen, Geert Groote Plein N. 21, 

NIJMEGEN, Netherlands 

no embryological work in progress 
D.-VGUERRE de '^HUREAUX (PIGEAULT), Mrs. N.; Dr.Sci. - Lab. de Zool. Exper., Univ. de 

Bordeaux I, Av. des Facultes, 33405 TALENCE, France 
a Embryologie. Sphaeroma spec. (Isopoda, Crustacea) (avec M. LASSEGUES) 
b Etude ultrastructurale et experimentale du developpement embryonnaire des formations 

endocrines. Meme espece comme a 
DAILLIE, J.: D.Sc. - Sect, de Biol. Gen. et Appl., Univ. de Lyon 1, 43 Bd. du 11 Novembre 1918, 69 

VILLEURBANNE, France 
D'AMELIO, v.; Ph.D., Prof. - 1st. di Istol. ed Embriol., Univ. di Palermo, Via Archirati 20, 90123 

PALERMO, Italy 
DAMERON, Miss F.; Dr.Sci. - Inst. d'Embryol. Exper. du Coll. de France et du C.N.R.S., 11 place 

M.Berthelot, 75 PARIS Ve, France 
a Morphogenese du poumon: 1. determinisme de la maturation des structures specifiques de 

I'epithelium (ultrastructure); 2. evolution du metabolisme du tissu pulmonaire (biosynthese des 

Upides, activite enzymatique); 3. intluence de mesenchymes heterologues sur revolution ultra- 
structurale de Tepithelium. Gallus callus (Aves) (avec L. MARIN) 
DAMJANOV. L; M.D., D.Sc. - Inst, of Pathol., Fac. of Med., Univ. of Zagreb, Salata 10, P.O.Box 

936, 41001 ZAGREB, Yugoslavia 
a Preimplantation and early postimplantation stages; autoradiography, histochemistry, electron 

microscopy. Rattus norvegicus, Mus musculus (Rodentia) (with D. SOLTER, Inst, of Biol.) 
b Differentiation of early postimplantation stages under the kidney capsule, teratocarcinogenesis, 

nature of embryonic carcinoma cells; transplantation, electron microscopy. Mus musculus 

(Rodentia) (withN. §KREB and D. SOLTER, Inst, of Biol.) 
c Urethan teratoeenesis in early embryos (histochemistry, electron microscopy). Same species as b 

(with D. SOLTER, Inst, of Biol.) 
D'ANCONA (LUNETTA), Mrs. G.; Ph.D. - 1st. di Istol. ed Embryol., Univ. di Palermo, Via Archirati 

20, 90123 PALERMO, Italy 
DANIELI, G. A.; Dr.biol.sci. - 1st. di Biol. Anim., Univ. di Padova, Via Loredan 10, 35100 PADOVA, 

Italy 
a Differentiation of salivary glands during larval development. Drosophila hydei (Diptcra) 

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DANILOVA, L. V. - Lab. of Devi. Cytogenet., Inst, of Devi. Biol., Acad, of Sci. of the USSR, Vavilov 

St. 26, MOSCOW 117334, U.S.S.R. 
D'ANNA, T.; Dr.nat.sci. - Zool. Inst., Univ. of Palermo, Via Archirafi 18, 90123 PALERMO, Italy 
a Enzyme activity in embryonic development. (Ascidiacea) 
b Respiratory metabolism during embryonic development. (Ascidiacea) 
c Ultrastructure of dermal chromatophores. Discoglossus pictus (Anura) 

DATEMA, R.; Drs. - Lab. of Bot., State Univ., Kerklaan 30, P.O.Box 14, HAREN (Gr.), Netherlands 
a Cell wali structure during hormone-induced development. Mucor muccdo (Phycomycetes, Fungi) 
DAUGERAS, Miss N. - Lab. de Biol.-Vertcbr., Centre d'Orsay, Univ. de Paris XI, Bat. 441, 91405 
ORSAY, France ^ ^-,,-,n 

DAVID (BOGLI), Mrs. D.; Dr.es Sci. - Lab. de Biol. Anim., Univ. de Clermont, B.P. 45, 63170 

AUBlflRE, France 
a Organogenese de Festomac embryon;iaire. Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha) 
b Action du DDT sur le developpement de I'embrvon. (Aves) 
DAVID, G.; Dr. en Med., Prof. - Lab. d'Histol.-Embryol., Fac. de Med. Bicetre. 94270 KREMLIN- 

BICETRE, France 
DAVIDOVA, S. I. - InsL of Devi. Biol., Acad, of Sci. of the USSR, Vavilov St. 26, MOSCOW 117334, 

U.S.S.R. ,, . 

a Influence of environmental conditions on the reaction of the follicle to hormones. (Acipen- 

seridae, Chondrostei) (with T. A. DETTLAFF) 
DAWES, C. M.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Physiol, and Chem., Royal Vet. Coll., Royal College St., LONDON 

NWl OTU, England 
a Respiration and acid-base regulation. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b The physiological basis of hatching. Same species as a 
DECROLY (BRIERS), Mrs. M.; - Dr.Sci.Chim. - Dept. of Molec. Biol., Free Univ. of Brussels, 67 rue 

desChevaux, 1640 RHODE-ST-GENf:SE, Belgium 
a Yolk platelets and their relation with lysosomes. 
DEFOSSEZ, A. - Serv. de Biol. Anim., Univ. des Sci. et Techn. de Lille, B.P. 36, 59650 

VILLENEUVE D'ASCQ, France 
DEGENHARDT, K.-H.; Dr.med., Prof. - Inst, fiir Humangenet. der Univ., Paul-Ehrlich St. 41, 6 

FRANKFURT/Main 70, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Environmental influences on chromosomal mosaicism; correlations between chromosomal aberra- 
tions and special malformations. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
DELARUE, M.; Dr.3e Cycle - Lab. d'Embryol., Univ. Paris VI, 4 place Jussieu, 75230 PARIS Cedex 

05, France 
a Nuclear transplantation. Bufo bufo, B. calamita, B. viridus (Anura) 
DELATTRE, J. P. - Lab. of Periodontol. Res., Dent. Fac, Rennes I Univ., 2 place Pasteur, 35000 

RENNES, France 
DELAY, B. - Lab. souterrain. Centre Natl. Rech. Scient., 09410 MOULIS, France 
a Influence des facteurs abiotiques (temperature) sur le developpement embryonnnaire des especes 

souterraines. Bathysciola spec, Speonomus spec, Antrocharis spec. (Coleoptera) 
b Influence des facteurs abiotiques sur la reproduction. Speonomus longicornis (Bathysciinae, 

Coleoptera) 
DELEANU, M. - Lab. de Embriol. Norm, ^i Patol., Acad. Stiin^e Med., Ctr. de Cercet. Med., Bd. M. 

Viteaz'ul 24, 1900 TIMI^OARA, Rumania 
a Tissue culture; embryo culture. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 

DE LEO, G.; Dr.nat.sci. - 1st. di Zool., Univ. di Palermo, Via Archirafi 18, 90123 PALERMO, Italy 
a Embryonic development. Sepiola rondeletii (Cephalopoda) 
b Ultrastructure of eggs. Sabellaria spec, Hydroides norvegica (Polyciiaeta), Bolina spec 

(Ctenophora) 
c Ultrastructure of the oocyte. Amphioxus lanceolatus (Cephalochordata) 
DELLA CROCE, N.; Dr.Nat.Sci., Prof. - 1st. di Zool., Univ. di Genova, Via Balbi 5, 16! 26 GENOVA, 

Italy 
a Embryonic development of a parthenogenetic marine form. Penilia avirostris (Cladocera, 

Crustacea) (with S. BETTANIN) 
b Growth of the embryo. Same species as a (with S. BETTANIN) 
c Formation of resting eggs. Same species as a (with S. BETTANIN) 
DELMAS, A.; Prof. - Lab. d'Anat., Univ. Paris V - Rene Descartes, 45 rue des Sts. Peres, 75270 

PARIS Cedex 06, France 
DE MAEYER (CRIEL), Mrs. G.; Dr.Sc - Lab. of Anat., Univ. of Gent, Ledeganckstr. 35, 9000 

GENT, Belgium 
DE MATTHAEIS, Miss E.; Dr.biol.sci. - 1st. di Zool. "F. Raffaele", Univ. di Roma, Viale delfUniver- 

sita 32,00161 ROMA, Italy 
a Nuclear protein changes during spermatogenesis. Paracentrotus lividus (Echinoidea) (with 

A. NICOTRA) 
DENIS, H. A.; Dr.es Sci. Centre de Genet. Molec du CNRS, 91 190 GIF-sur-YVETTE, France 
a Mecanismes biochimiques de Foogenese. Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
DENKER, H.W.; Dr.rer.nat., Dr.med. - Abt. Anat. der Rliein.-Westf. Techn. Hoclischule, Melatener 

Str.211, 51 AACIII'N, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Implantation: dissolution of blastocyst coverings, attachment, invasion (morphology, histo- 
cliemistry, biochemical mechanisms, characterization and role of troplioblastic and uterine 
enzymes and inhibitors, and tiieir endocrine control). Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha), Mus 
musculus, Mesocricetus auratus, Cavia porcelhis (Rodentia), Felis sylvestris catus (Carnivora) 
b Determination of trophoblast and inner cell mass during cleavage and blastocyst formation. 

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Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha), Mus musculus, Mesocricetus auratus (Rodentia), Felis 

sylvestris catus (Carnivora) 
DENNF, M. P; Ph.D. - Dept. of Forest, and Wood Sci., Univ. Coll. of North Wales, BANGOR, 

Cacrns., Wales, U.K. 
a Environmental control of xyleni development. Pinus sylvestris, Picea sitchensis (Gymnospermae) 
DENNHOFER, Mrs. L.; Dr.rer.nat. - Inst, fiir Entw.physiol., Univ. zu Koln, Gyrhofstr. 17, 5 KOLN 

41, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a In vitro study of the relation between puffing and development of salivary gland chromosomes. 

Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 
b Cytogenetics (aberrations, sex determination, gene location) and morphology of salivary gland 

chromosomes. Culex pipiens (Diptera) 
DENOULPT, Ph.; M.Sc. - Lab. de Genet, du Devi., Univ. P.et M.Curie, Ctr. de Rech. d'lvry, 67 rue 

M.Gunsbourg, 94200 IVRY-sur-SEINE, France 
a Biosynthesis of RNA during oosenesis. Pleurodeles poireti (Urodela) 

DENUC£, .1. M.; Dr., Prof. - Dept. of Zool., Cathol. Univ., Toernooiveld, NIJMEGEN, Netherlands 
a Morphology, physiology, and biochemistry of the hatching glands. Oryzias latipes, Brachydanio 

rerio (Teleostei), Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
b Changes in protein pattern during development. Ephydatia fluviatilis (Porifera). Bombyx mori 

(Lepidoptcra), Oryzias latipes, Brachydanio rerio (Teleostei) 
DFOL, M. S.; Ph.D., D.Sc. - Dept. of Human Genet, and Biometry, Univ. Coll. London, Wolfson 

House, 4 Stephenson Way, LONDON NWl 2HE, England 
a Developmental genetics of mutants with abnormalities of the inner ear. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Developmental genetics of mutants with abnormalities of pigmentation. Same species as a 
c Mosaicism. Same species as a 
DFPARIS, P.; D.Sc. - Lab. de Biol. Gen., Univ. Paul-Sabatier, 118 Rte de Narbonnc, 31077 

TOULOUSE Cedex, France 
a Hematopoiesis. (Urodela) 

b Tissue transplantation. Pleurodeles waltlii (Urodela) 

c Hemoglobin switch (immunofluorescence; in vitro culture). (Urodela) (with A. M. DUPRAT) 
DE PETROCELLIS, Miss B; Ph.D. - Lab. of Molec. Fmbryol., Consiglio Naz. delle Ricerche, Via 

Toiano 2, ARCO FELICE, C.P. 3042, 80100 Napoh, Italy 
a Enzymes controlling DNA synthesis in developing embryos. Paracentrotus lividus (Echmoidea) 
DERAY, A.; Lic.es Sci., Dr.3e Cycle - Lab. de Zool. et Embryol., Univ. de Besan^an, Place Marechal 

Lec'lerc, 25030 BESAN^ON Cedex, France 
a Differcnciation scxuclle des hybrides femelles et des individus des especes parentes. (Aves) (avec 

DERKSEN, J.; Drs. Dept. of Genet., Univ. of Nijmegen, Toernooiveld, NIJMEGEN, Netherlands 
a Biochemistry and ultrastructure of specific nuclear ribonucleoprotein fractions. Drosophila hydei 

DEROM, R. M. .1.; M.D., Ph.D. - Dept. of Obstet. & Gynecol., Univ. of Gent, Aan de Bocht 6, GENT, 

Belgium , , r> r. ..r l TT 

DESSER-WIEST, Mrs. L.; Dr. - Inst, fur Krebsforsch., Univ. Wien, Borschkegasse 8a, Postfach 72, 

1090 WIEN, Austria 
a Growth regulation. (Rodentia) 

b Influence of hormones on liver regeneration. (Rodentia) , , ,, A.^oTi-r, 

DESTR^.E, O. H. J.; Drs. - Anat.-Embryol. Inst., Univ. of Amsterdam, Mauntskade 61, AMSlbK- 

DAM-b., Netherlands 
a Histones in early embryonic development. Xenopus laevis (Anura) -.^-.o^ r. a r>.c 

DESVAUX, F. X.; Dr.3e Cycle - Lab. d'Embryol., Univ. Paris VI, 4 place Jussieu, 75230 PARIS 

Cedex 05, France 
a Elcctrophoretic variation of proteins in ontogenesis. Pleurodeles waltlii (Urodela) 
DESVEAUX (CHABROL), Mrs. J.; Lic.Sci. - Inst. d'Embryol. et Teratol. Exp. du C.N.R.S., 49bis Av. 

de la Belle Gabrielle, 94130 NOGENT-sur-MARNE, France 
a mRNA synthesis at the polysoinal level in embryonic skin of nine and eleven days: metabolism ot 

1 2 S RNA, putative keratin messenger. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b Immunological detection of new embryological components of skin keratins. Same species as a 

(withE. J.C. SMITH) _. ^, ,,^^„,, ., 

DETTLAFF Mrs. T. A.; Dr.biol., Prof. - Inst, of Developm. Biol, Acad, of Sci. of the USSR, Vavilov 

St. 26. MOSCOW n7334, U.S.S.R. , ., ^ . • , 

a Regularities of the oocyte maturation process. (Acipenseridae, Chondrostei; Amphibia) (with 

S. f. DAVIDOVA and T. B. AISENSTADT) 
b Regularities of transformation of the mitotic cycle during cleavage. Same species as a 
c Relative duration of development and normal table. Ambystoma mexicanum (Urodela) (with 

V. P. BOZDZILOVSKAYA) ^^ . 

d Influence of environmental conditions on the reaction of the follicle to hormones. (Acipen- 
seridae, Chondrostei) (with S. I. DAVIDOVA) , .OT.J ^ 11 
DE TURENNE Miss M.; Dr.Spec. - Sect, de Biol. Gener. et Appl., Umv. de Lyon I, 43 Bd. du 11 

Novembre'l918, 69621 VILLEURBANNE, France 
a Control of DNA synthesis in the silk gland during the fifth instar: role of enzymes (DNA- 

polymerase, kinases, ribonucleotide-reductase) and pools of deoxyribonuclcoside triphosphates. 

Bombyx mori (Lcpidoptera) cvuTfo 

DEUCHAR Miss E. M.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Biol. Sci., Hatherly Labs., Univ. of Exeter, hXhlLK 

EX4 4PS, England , ■ . , ■ 

a Morphogenetic movements and tissue differentiation in primitive streak to somite stages (cinema- 

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tography and operations in embryo culture). Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
b Effect of maternal diabetes on embryonic development in vivo and in vitro. Mus musculus, 

Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
DEVILLERS, Ch.; Dr.es Sci., Prof. - Lab. d'Anat. Comp., Univ. de Paris VII, 2 place Jussieu, 75 

PARIS Ve, France 
DEWES, E.; Dr.rer.nat. - Fachber. Biol.-Zool. der Univ. des Saarlandes, 66 SAARBRUCKEN 11, 

B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Experiment on post-embryonic differentiation and regulation of male imaginal discs. Ephestia 

kiihniella (Lepidoptera) 
DHAINAUT, A.; D.Sc. - Serv. de Biol. Anim., Univ. des Sci. ct Techn. de Lille, B.P. 36, 59650 

VILLENEUVE D'ASCQ, France 
a Oogenesis in the absence of brain hormone. (Nereidae, Polychaeta) 

b Golgi comple.x evolution and polysaccharide secretion in the oocyte. Nereis spec. (Polychaeta) 
D'HONDT, J. L. - Lab. de Biol, des Invert. Marins et Malacol., Museum Natl. d'Hist. Nat., 57 rue 

Cuvier, 75005 PARIS, France 
a Anatomy, histology, cytology and ultrastructure of larva, metamorphosis, and postlarva. 

Alcyonidium polyoum, Bowerbankia imbricata, Flustrellidia hispida (Ctenostomata, Ectoprocta) 
b Larva and metamorphosis. Various spp. (Ciieilostomata; Cyclostomata, Ectoprocta) 
DHOUAILLY, Miss D.; Dr.spec. - Lab. de Zool. et Biol. Anim., Univ. Sci. et Med. de Grenoble, B.P. 

53, Centre de Tri, 38041 GRENOBLE, France 
a Formation of barb ridges in feather filaments. Gallus gallus. Anas platyrhynchos (Aves) 
b Fine structure and composition of developing feather keratins. Same species as a 
DICK, D. A. T.; D.Sc, Prof. - Dept. of Anat., Univ. of Dundee, DUNDEE DDl 4HN, Scotland, U.K. 
a Study of water and ion fluxes in oocytes. Bufo bufo (Anura) 
DIDIER (MARTIN), Mrs. E.; Dr.es Sci. - Lab. de Biol. Anim., Univ. de Clermont, B.P. 45, 63170 

AUBlfeRE, France 
a Experiments on germ cell population and gonad organogenesis, Gallus domesticus, Coturnix 

coturnix (Aves) 
DIDIER, R.; Dr.3e cycle - Lab. de Biol. Anim. Univ. de Clermont, B.P. 45, 63170 AUBIERE, France 
a Action des herbicides 2,4, 5-T et simazine sur I'embryon. (Aves) 
DIETERLEN (LifcVRE), Mrs. F.; Dr.Sci. - Inst. d'Embryol. Exp. du Coll. de France et du C.N.R.S., 

11 place M.Berthelot, 75 PARIS Ve, France 
a Experimental analysis of spleen morphogenesis. Gallus domesticus, Coturnix c. japonica (Aves) 
b Origin of blood stem cells studied in early quail embryos grafted on chick yolk sac. Same species 

as a 
DIETHELM, F. - Dept. d'Embryol. et Teratol. Exp., Inst, de Biol. Anim., Univ. de Fribourg, 1700 

FRIBOURG, Switzerland 
a Morphogenese du neurocrane. Gallus gallus (Aves) 
b Action de Tactinomycine D et de la puromycine sur le developpcment de la tete embryonnaire. 

Gallus gallus (Aves) 
DI GRANDE, Miss F.; Dr. Inst, of Zool.. Univ. of Bologna, Via S. Giacomo 9, 40126 BOLOGNA, 

Italy 
a X-ray destruction of germ cells, sterile gonad development and sex differentiation. Bufo bufo, 

Rana dalmatina (Anura) 
b Descriptive and experimental study of development and sex differentiation of genital apparatus. 

Sepia officinahs (Cephalopoda) 
c Regeneration and origin of germ cells. Mercierella enigmatica (Serpulidae, Polychaeta) 
DINI, F.; Dr.Sc.Biol. - 1st. di Zool e Anat. Comp. delLUniv., Via A. Volta 4, 56100 PISA, Italy 
DI STEFANO, L.; Ph.D. - 1st. di Istol. ed Embriol., Univ. di Palermo, Via Archirafi 20, 90123 

PALERMO, Italy 
DOHLE, W.; Dr.rer.nat. - Inst. Allg. Zool. Exp. Morphol., Freie Univ., Kon.-Luise-Str. 1-3, 1 BERLIN 

33, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Cell differentiation in the germ band. Diastylis rathkei (Cumacea, Crustacea) 
b Germ band formation. Gammarus pulex (Amphipoda), Neomysis vulgaris (Mysidacea, Crustacea) 
c Differentiation of segmental structures during embryogenesis; projection of a map of primary 

segmental organs on the adult body. Julidae (Diplopoda) 
DOHMEN, M. R.; Drs. - Zool. Lab., State Univ. of Utrecht, Transitorium 111, Padualaan 8, 

UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a Electron microscopy of developmentally significant cytoplasm and cell contacts in early cleavage. 

Lymnaea stagnalis, Bithynia tentaculata, Crepidula fornicata (Gastropoda) 
DOLCEMASCOLO, G.; Dr. 1st. di Biol. Gen., Univ. di Palermo, Via Divisi 83, 90133 PALERMO, 

Italy 
a Histochemistry and ultrastructure of oogenesis and embryology. (Ascidiacea) (with 

V. MANCUSO and M. GIANGUZZA) 
DOLLANDER, A.; Dr.med., Prof. - Lab. d'Embryol., Univ. de Nancy I, 31 rue Lionnois, 54000 

NANCY, France 
a Developpcment dc la languc et du larynx. Homo sapiens (Primates) (avcc R. SEMBA, Japan et 

c. ciioffi;l) 

DOMAC, Mrs. B.; M.D., Sc.M.D. Inst, of Histol. and Embryol., Fac. of Med., Univ. of Zagreb, Salata 

3, P.O.Box 166, 41001 ZAGREB, Yugoslavia 
a Teratogenic effect of some tranquillizers on neural plate and tube derivatives (in vivo injection 

and histochemistry). Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha), Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
DOMENICH RATTO, G. Dept. of Anat., Univ. of Barcelona, C/.Casanova 143, BARCELONA 11, 

Spain 
a Development of muscles of soft palate 

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DONATO (CELI), Mrs. A. - 1st. di Zool. e di Anat. Comp., Univ. di Messina, Via dei Verdi 75, 98100 

MESSINA, Italy 
a Morphology, ultrastructure, and cytochemistry of oocyte development. Chiton olivaceus 

(Polyplacophora), Deltentosteus quadrimaculatus (Teleostei) 
DONGFN, C. A. M. van; M.Sc. - Zool. Lab., State Univ. of Utrecht, Transitorium III, Padualaan 8, 

UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a Significance of polar lobe material for the control of development (morphology, biochemistry). 

DentaUum spec, and others (MoUusca) 
DOORENMAALEN, W. J. van; M.D., Prof. - Dept. of Med. Anat. and Embryol., State Univ. of 

Utrecht, Janskerkhof 3A, UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a Immunological and immunochemical investigations on lens proteins in induction and differ- 
entiation. (Aves), Homo sapiens (Primates) 
DOR^E, M.; D.Sc. - Stat. Biol., place Georges-Teissier, 2921 1 ROSCOFF, France 
a Hormonal control of meiosis reinitiation in oocytes. (Asteroidea) 
b Control of mitosis by N6-substituted adenins (cytokinins). (Plantae, Animalia) 
DOSKOCiL, M.; MUDr. D.Sc. - Dept. of Anat., Charles Univ., U nemocnice 3, 12800 PRAHA 2, 

Czechoslovakia 
a Development of the pineal body. Callus domesticus (Aves) 
DOSTAL, M.; MUDr. - Inst, of Exp. Med., Dept. of Teratol., Czech. Acad, of Sci., Legerova 61, 120 

00 PRAHA 2, Czechoslovakia 
a Development of the secondary palate under normal and experimental conditions. Mus musculus, 

Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
b Elaboration of an appropriate method for testing the teratogenic activity of drugs. Same species as 

a 
DOTT, H. M.; Dr. - A.R.C. Unit of Reprod. Physiol. & Biochem., Anim. Res. Station, 307 Hunting- 
don Rd., CAMBRIDGE CB3 OJQ, England 
a Effect of seminal plasma on the metabolism and morphology of epididymal spermatozoa. Bos 

taurus, Ovis aries, Sus scrofa, Equus spp., Oryctolagus cuniculus and other spp. (Mammalia) 
b Lysosomal enzymes and spermatozoa. Ovis aries and other spp. (Mammalia) 
DOUGLAS, A. H. M.; B.Sc. - Dept. of Devi. Biol., Marischal Coll., Aberdeen Univ., ABERDEEN 

AB9 IAS, Scotland, U.K. 
a Growth and development of embryonic muscle in culture, especially balance between fibroblasts 

and myoblasts, and maintenance of myotubes. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
DOUMENC, D. - Lab. de Biol, des Invert. Marins et Malacol., Museum Natl. d'Hist. Nat., 57 rue 

Cuvier, 75005 PARIS, France 
a Light and electron microscopy and histochemistry of metamorphosis. Actinia equina, Cereus 

pcdunculatus (Actinozoa) 
DOWNIF, J. R.: Ph.D. - Dept. of Zool., Univ. of Glasgow, GLASGOW G12 8QC, Scotland, U.K. 
a Cell behaviour, mainly epithelial cells, in the expansion of the blastoderm. Gallus gallus (Aves) 
b Development of specialised cell contacts in the early blastoderm. Same species as a 
DRAGOMIROV, N. I.; Dr.biol.sci., Prof. - A.N.Severtzov Inst, of Evol. Morphol. and Ecol. of 

Animals, Acad, of Sci. of the USSR, Lenin Ave.33, MOSCOW 117071, U.S.S.R. 
a The organogenesis gradients in the spiracular section of the lateral sensory system. Huso huso 

(Chondrostei) 
DROIN, Miss A.; Dr.biol. - Stat, de Zool. Exp., Univ. de Geneve, 154 route de Malagnou, 1224 

CHENE-BOUGERIES, Switzerland 
a Descriptive, histological and experimental analysis of mutant embryos and tadpoles. Xenopus 

laevis (Anura) 
DRUGA (PUSZTASZERI), Mrs. A.; M.D. - Res. Inst, for Pharm. Chem., P.O. Box 82, 1325 

BUDAPEST, Hungary 
a Teratogenetic effect of chemicals, especially drugs containing the piperazin ring. Rattus rattus 

(Rodentia) 
b Perphenazine induced micromelia (histology: topooptical reaction). Same species as a 
DRUGA, R.; MUDr. - Dept. of Anat., Charles Univ., U nemocnice 3, 12800 PRAHA 2, Czechoslo- 
vakia 
a Prenatal morphological development of basal ganglia. Felis domestica (Carnivora), Rattus 

norvegicus (Rodentia), Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha) 
DRUKKER, J.; Ph.D. - Anat.-Embryol. Inst., Univ. of Amsterdam, Mauritskade 61, AMSTERDAM- 

O., Netherlands 
a Descriptive and experimental studies of the developing central and peripheral nervous system. 

Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b Histochemical characteristics of developing chemoreceptor organs. Oryctolagus cuniculus 

(Lagomorpha), Mus musculus, Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
c Embryology of the endocrine cells of the pancreas. Same species as a 
DRYDEN, R. J.; Ph.D. - 25 The Drive, SHOREHAM-by-Sea, Sussex BN4 5GB, England 
a Spina bifida induced by X-irradiation or mechanical flexion during neurulation. Gallus 

domesticus (Aves) 
DUBENDORFER, A.; Dr.phil.II - Zool.-Vergl. Anat. Inst., Univ. Zurich, Kunstlergasse 16, 8006 

ZURICH, Switzerland 
a Determination and cell hneage in imaginal discs. Musca domestica (Diptera) 
b Cell and tissue culture. Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 

DUBENDORFER, K.; Dipl.nat. - Zool.-Vergl. Anat. Inst., Univ. Ziirich, Kiinstlergasse 16, 8006 
ZURICH, Switzerland 

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a Cell lineage in imaginal discs. Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 

DUBOIS, R.; Dr. - Inst. d'Embryol. et Teratol. Exper. du C.N.R.S., 49bis Av. de la Belle Gabrielle, 

941 30 NOGENT-sur-MARNE, France 
a Lignee germinale et morphogenese sexuelle. Gallus gallus (Aves) (avec D. CUMINGE) 
b Biosynthese glycoproteique dans les ebauches gonadiques (topochimie, cinetique). Meme espece 

comme a 
c Effets des lectines sur I'amiboidisme des cellules germinales. Meme espece comme a 
d Aspects discontinus du rcnouvellement dans les systemes biologiques a cloisonnement anato- 

mique complexe. Meme espece comme a 
DUKE, E. J.; Ph.D. - Zool. Dept., Univ. Coll., Belfield, Stillorgan Rd., DUBLIN 4, Ireland 
a Molecular basis of drug-sensitivity and resistance during development of inbred lines (especially 

5-fluorouracil, streptomycin, cytosine arabinoside). Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 
b Genetic and epigenetic mechanisms governing the expression of aldehyde oxidase and xanthine 

dehydrogenase in developmental stages. Locusta migratoria (Orthoptera), Drosophila melano- 
gaster (Diptera) 
c Carcinogenesis of embryonic cells cultured in vitro, induced by chemicals, viruses, irradiation and 

suitable subculturing. Mus musculus, Cricetulus griseus (Rodentia) 
DUNCKER, H.-R.; Dr.rer.nat., Dr.med., Prof. ^ Anat. Inst, der Univ., Friedrichst.24, 63 GIESSEN, 

B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Embryological and post-hatching development of the lung-air sac system, especially the number 

and arrangement of secondary bronchi and parabronchi, and the parabronchial blood-air capillary 

network. Columba spec, Gallus spec. Anas spec.,Melopsittacus spec, Turdus spec. Passer spec, 

Taeniopygia spec, and others (Aves) 
DUNN, G. A.; Ph.D. - Strangcways Res. Lab., Worts Causeway, CAMBRIDGE CBl 4RN, England 
a Cell relations in tissue culture. Gallus gallus (Aves), Mus musculus (Rodentia) (with 

M. ABERCROMBIE) 
DUPRAT (ESCUDit), Mrs. A.M.; D.Sc - Lab. de Biol. Gen., Univ. Paul-Sabatier, 118 Rte de 

Narbonne, 31077 TOULOUSE Cedex, France 
a Determination and differentiation of cultured embryonic cells. (Urodela) 
b Embryonic non-histone chromatin proteins. (Urodela) 

c Hemoglobin switch (immunofluorescence; in vitro culture). (Urodela) (with P. DEPARIS) 
DUPUIS (CERTAIN), Mrs. Ph. - Lab. d'Embryol., Univ. Paris VI, 4 place Jussieu, 75230 PARIS 

Cedex 05, France 
a Histochemistry of steroid enzymes. Discoglossus spec. (Anura), Pleurodeles spec. (Urodela) 
DURAND, J. P.; D.Sc - Lab. souterrain. Centre Natl. Rech. Sclent., 09410 MOULIS, France 
a Reproduction and development of cave dwelling forms. (Teleostei; Urodela) 
b Experiments on ontogenesis and eye degeneration 
DURANTE, Miss M. C; D.Sci., Prof. - 1st. di Zool., Univ. di Palermo, Via Archirafi 18, 90123 

PALERMO, Italy 
a Nucleoside and ribosomal RNA synthesis during opercular regeneration. Hydroides norvegica 

(Polychaeta) 
DURCHON, M.; Prof. - Serv. de Biol. Anim., Univ. des Sci. et Techn. de Lille, B.P. 36, 59650 

VILLENEUVE D'ASCQ, France 
a Endocrine control of gametogenesis and metamorphosis. (Polychaeta) 
DURST (^IVKOVIC^), Mrs. B.; M.D., D.Sc - Inst, of Histol. and Embryol., Fac of Med., Univ. of 

Zagreb, Salata 3, P.O.Box 166, 41001 ZAGREB, Yugoslavia 
a Differentiation of the stroma of chorionic vilh. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
DURSTON, A. J.; Ph.D. - Hubrecht Lab. (Intern. Embryol. Inst.), Uppsalalaan 8, "De Uithof, 

UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a Regulation of morphogenetic movements during gastrulation and ncurulation (time lapse cinema- 
tography). Xenopus laevis (Anura), Ambystoma mexicanum (Urodela) 
b Mechanisms of pattern formation. Dictyostelium discoideum (Acrasiales) 
DUSPIVA, F.; Dr., Prof. ^ Physiol. Lehrst., Zool. Inst, der Univ., Berlinerst.l5, 69 HEIDELBERG, 

B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Localization of enzymes within the embryo and in subcellular fractions. Acheta domesticus 

(Orthoptera), Dysdercus intermedius (Heteroptera) 
b Protein differentiation, ontogeny of enzyme patterns. Same species as a 

c Energy metabolism and metabolism of nucleic acids, nucleotides, and cofactors during develop- 
ment. Same species as a 
d Nucleic acids in oogenesis. Dysdercus intermedius (Heteroptera) 
DUTTON, G. J.; Ph.D., D.Sc - Dept. of Biochem., Med. Sci. Inst., Univ., DUNDEE DDl 4HN, 

Scotland, U.K. 
a Developmental biochemistry of "detoxicating" enzymes in embryonic, fetal, and neonatal tissues 

(tissue culture). Gallus domesticus (Aves), Mus musculus, Rattus spec (Rodentia), Homo sapiens 

(Primates) 
b Xenobiotic and endocrinological factors affecting development of detoxicating and carbohydrate- 
metabolising enzymes. Same species as a 
DYER, H. McM.; B.Sc, M.B., Ch.B. - Dept. of Developm. Biol., Marischal Coll., Univ. of Aberdeen, 

ABERDI EN AB9 IAS, Scotland, U.K. 
a The effects of hyperglycaemia and insulin on embryonic tissues grown in vitro. Gallus gallus 

(Aves) 
b The differentiation of adipose tissue in "itro. Same species as a 
DYLEVSK^, 1.; MUDr. Dept. of Anat., Charles Univ., U nemocnice 3, 12800 PRAHA 2, 

Czechoslovakia 

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a Prenatal development of muscles and connective tissue. Homo sapiens (Primates) 

DYSON (DLPLEDGE), Mrs. M.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Anat., Guy's Hosp. Med. School, LONDON 

SEl 9RT, England 
a Mechanism and effect of ultrasonically induced red cell stasis on development. Callus domesticus 

(Aves) 
b Stimulation of tissue regeneration by ultrasound: 1. protein synthesis; 2. cell mobility. Rattus 

spec. (Rodentia) 
EAYRS', J. T.; Ph.D., D.Sc, Prof. - Dept. of Anat., Med. School, Univ. of Birmingham, Edgbaston, 

BIRMINGHAM B15 2TJ, England 
a Effects of hormones on central nervous development. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
EBFNDAL, T. L.; Fil.mag. - Zool. Inst., Univ. of Uppsala, Box 561, 75122 UPPSALA 1, Sweden 
ECKSTEIN, P.; M.D., D.Sc, Prof. Dept. of Anat., Med. School, Univ. of Birmingham, Edgbaston, 

BIRMINGHAM B15 2TJ, England 
a Mode of action of intra-uterine devices: 1. hormone concentrations in blood at critical stages of 

primate cycle; 2. composition of tubo-uterine secretions; 3. tissue reactions to intra-uterine 

materials. Mus musculus (Rodentia); Macaca mulatta. Papio papio (Primates) 
b Recovery and attempted transfer of eggs. Macaca mulatta (Primates) 
EDE, D. A.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Zool., Univ. of Glasgow, GLASGOW G12 80C, Scotland, U.K. 
a E.xperimental studies on limb bud development. (3allus gallus (Aves) 
b The cellular basis of morphogenesis using embryological mutants. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Mus 

musculus (Rodentia) 
c Computer simulation of developmental processes 
EDWARDS, J. G.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Cell Biol., Univ. of Glasgow, GLASGOW Gil 6NU, Scotland, 

U.K. 
a Formation of adhesions in reaggregating cells: embryonic cells, Gallus domesticus (Aves), 

cultured cell hnes, various species 
EEKEN, J. C. J.; Drs. - Dept. of Genet., Univ. of Nijmegen, Toernooiveld, NIJMEGEN, Netherlands 
a Changes in ultrastructure, protein and RNA synthesis of salivary glands during puparium 

formation in relation to the action of ecdysterone. Drosophila lebanonensis (Diptera) 
b Tlie intluence of controlling factors provided by the physiological clock on timing of puparium 

formation. Same species as a 
EFIMOV, E. A.; Cand.med.sci. - Inst, of Human Morphol., Acad, of Med. Sci. of the USSR, Tsurupa 

St.3, MOSCOW 117469, U.S.S.R. 
a Healing of skin wounds. Mus musculus, Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia), different spp. (Carnivora) 
EFREMOVA, Mrs. S. M.; Cand.biol. - Dept. of Embryol., Leningrad State Univ., Mendelcevsky St. 5, 

LENINGRAD 199164, U.S.S.R. 
a Development and metamorphosis (histology, ultrastructure, autoradiography). Zubomirskia 

baicalensis, Baikalospongia bacillifera (Porifera) 
EGELHAAF, A.; Dr.rer.nat., Prof. - Zool. Inst, der Univ., Weycrtal 119, 5 KOLN 41, B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
a Genetische Grundlagen der Differenzierung von Augenpigmenten. Ephestia kiihniella (Lepidop- 

tera) 
b Morphogcnetische Genwirkungen. Ephestia kiihniella (Lepidoptera), Drosophila melanogaster 

(Diptera) 
c Differentiation of the eye and optic lobe during metamorphosis, especially retina-lamina projec- 
tions. Same species as a 
EHN,J. A.;Fil.Dr. - Zool. Inst., Univ. of Uppsala, Box 561, S-75 122 UPPSALA 1, Sweden 
ELBLING, Miss L.; Dr.phil. - Inst, flir Krebsforsch., Univ. Wien, Borschkegasse 8a, Postfach 72, 

A-1090WIEN, Austria 
a Induction of teratogenesis and carcinogenesis by hormones and other substances in ova and 

preimplantation stages in vivo and in vitro. (Mammalia) 
b Formation of chimaeric embryos. (Mammalia) 
ELGER. W.; M.D. Dept. of Endocr. Pharmacol.I, Scherins AG, Mullerstr. 170-178, Postfach 

65031 1, 1 BERLIN 65, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Diethylstilboestrol (DES) - induced "vaginal'' cancer. Mus musculus. Rattus spec. (Rodentia), 

Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha) 
EL HAJZEIN, B.; M.es Sci. - Lab. de Morphogen. Veget., Univ. d'Aix-Marseille III, Centre St-Charles, 

place Victor Hugo, 13331 MARSEILLE Cedex 3, France 
a Dominance apicale: 1. role des feuilles de divers ages; 2. correlations de croissance entre 

bourgeons lateraux. Gleditsia triacanthos (Leguminosae) 
ELIASSON (KLEIN), Mrs. E.; FU.Dr. - Wenner-Gren Inst., Norrtullsgatan 16, 113 45 STOCKHOLM, 

Sweden 
a Enzyme induction and repression, particularly arginase. Gallus spec (Aves) 

b Induction and repression of enzyme synthesis in cells in tissue culture. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
c Regulation of synthesis of transfer RNA. (Mammalia) 
EL KEBIR (YAZID). Mrs. F. - Lab. d'Embryol., Univ. Paris VI, 4 place Jussieu, 75230 PARIS Cedex 

05, France 
a Processus involutifs d'embryons anormaux mis en parabiose. (Urodela) 
ELSDALE, T. R.; Ph.D. - Clin, and Popul. Cytogenet. Res. Unit., Western Gen. Hosp., EDINBURGH 

EH4 2XV, Scotland, U.K. 
EMANUELSSON, H.; Fil.Dr. - Zoophysiol. Inst., Univ. of Lund, Helgonavagen 3, 223 62 LUND, 

Sweden 
a Yolk utilization during early embryogenesis. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b Yolk utilization and nucleic acid mobilization during early development (up to free-swimming 

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larvae). Ophryotrocha labronica (Polychaeta) 
EMELIANOV, S. V.; Dr.biol., Prof. - A.N.Severtzov Inst, of Evol. Morphol. and Ecol. of Animals, 

USSR Acad, of Sci., Lenin Ave. 33, MOSCOW 117071, U.S.S.R. 
a Infraspecific variability of ontogenetic processes in connection with developmental conditions; 

relation to adult variability, all classes (Vertebrata) 
b Cartilage-bone relationship in ontogenesis: heterochrony and function; omission of chondral 

stages in some chondral ossifications. Various spp. (Teleostei; Urodela) 
EMERIT, M.; Dr.es Sci. - Lab. de Zool.II, (Morphol. et Ecol.), Univ. des Sci. et Techn. du Languedoc, 

Place Eugene Bataillon, 34060 MONTPELLIER, France 
a Embryonic and post-embryonic development. Gasteracantha spec, Isoxya spec, Acrosomoides 

spec. (Gasteracanthinae, Araneida, Arachnida) 
EMIG, C. C; Dr.es Sci. - Station Marine d'Endoume, Univ. d'Aix-MarseUle, Rue de la Batterie des 

Lions, 13007 MARSEILLE, France 
a Comparison of asexual reproduction with ontogenesis and phylogenesis, especially of nephridia 

and mesenteries. (Phoronidea) 
b Anatomy, embryology, development, regeneration, phylogenetic affinities (Phoronidea; 

Brachiopoda) 
EMMERT, W.; Dr.rer.nat., Prof. - Zool. Inst. (I) der Univ., Rontgenring 10, 87 WURZBURG, B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
a Postembryonic development and metamorphosis. Calliphora erythrocephala, Musca domestica 

(Diptera) 
ENEMAR, E. A. W.; Prof. Inst, of Zool., Univ. of Gothenburg, Fack, S-400 33 GOTHENBURG 33, 

Sweden 
ENGELS, W.; Dr.rer.nat., Prof. - Zool. Inst, der Univ., Badestr.9, 44 MUNSTER/Westf., B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
a Vitellogenin and vitellogenesis: composition of reserve proteins (radio-isotopes, electrophoresis, 

cytology). Apis melhfera, A. cerana, A. florea, A. dorsata (Hymenoptera) 
b Synthesis and spectra of hcmolymph proteins (separation, immunotest). (Social Hymenoptera) 
c Regulation and enzymatic conditions of glycogen synthesis in oogenesis (radio-isotopes). Musca 

domestica (Diptera), Apis melhfera (Hymenoptera) 
d Yolk metabolism. Brachydanio rerio (Teleostei) 
ENGLAND, Mrs. M. A.; Ph.D. Dept. of Anat., Univ. of Leicester, 6 University Rd., LEICESTER 

LEI 7RH, England 
a Primary neural induction. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b Electron microscopy and histochemistry of yolk formation. Gallus domesticus (Aves) (with M. R. 

BELLAIRS) 
ENGLANDER, H.; Dr.med., Dr.rer.nat., Prof. - Zool. Inst, der Univ., Weyertal 119, 5 KOLN 41, 

B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Regionalspezifische Induktion. Ambystoma mexicanum, Triturus vulgaris, T. helveticus, T. 

alpestris (Urodela) 
b Die Wirkung von Lithium auf die Differcnzierungsleistung des Ektoderms. Dieselben Arten wie a 
c Disaggregation und Reaggrcgation von friihembryonalem Gewebe. Dieselben Arten wie a 
EPPENBERGI-R, H. M.; Pii.D. - Inst, of Cell Biol., Swiss Fed. Inst, of Technol., Honggerberg, 8049 

ZURICH, Switzerland 
a Piiylogeny and ontogeny of phosphagen kinases. (Insecta; Pisces; Aves) 
b Myogenesis in vitro. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
c Myofibrillar organelloeencsis. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
ERDELSKA, Mrs. O.; RNDr., CSc. - Inst, of Exp. BioL and Ecol., Slovak. Acad, of Sci., Dubravska 

26, 88534 BRATISLAVA, Czechoslovakia 
a Microcinematography of the embryo sac before and shortly after fertilization. Galanthus nivalis 

(Amaryllidaceac), Torenia fournicri (Scrophulariaceae) 
b Embryogenesis in situ and the development of embryos in culture. Linum usitatissimum 

(Linaceae), Jasione montana (Campanulaceac) 
ERIKSSON, Miss M.; M.D. - Lab. of Teratol., Karolinska Inst., S-104 01 STOCKHOLM 60, Sweden 
EURENIUS-PERSON, Mrs. L.; Fil.lic - Inst, of Zool., Univ. of Gothenburg, Fack, S-400 33 

GOTHENBURG 33. Sweden 
EVANGELISTI, Miss R.; Dr.Sci.Biol. - Inst, of Histol. and Gen. Embryol., Univ. of Ferrara, Via 

Fossato di Mortara 66. 44100 FERRARA, Italy 
a Induction of yolk protein synthesis in cultured embryonic liver cells. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
EVANS, M. J.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Anat. and Embryol., Univ. Coll. London, Gower St.. LONDON 

WC1E6BT, England 
a In vitro and in vivo growth, determination, and differentiation of teratoma cells. Mus muscuhis 

(Rodentia) 
I'VANS, P. M.; Ph.D. - Zool. Dept., Univ. Coll. of Wales, Penglais, ABI RYSTWYTH SY23 3DA, 

Wales, U.K. 
a Sorting out in mixed aggregates of embryonic tissue cells. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b Role of surface carbohydrates in cellular adhesiveness. Same species as a 
FABER, J.; Ph.D. - Ilubreclit Lab. (Intern. Ivmbryol. Inst.), Uppsalalaan 8, Universiteitscentrum "De 

Uithof, UTRI CUT, Netherlands 
a I'heoretical study of limb regeneration. Ambystoma mexicanum (Urodela) 
FACCIO (DO! FIND, Mrs. S.; D.Sc - 1st. di Genet., Univ. di Milano, Via Celoria 10, 20133 MILANO, 

Italy 
FACHBACH,G.;Dr.phil. - Zool. Inst, der Univ., Universitiitsplatz 2, A 8010 GRAZ, Austria 
a Vergleichende I ntwicklungsgeschichte. Salamandra salamandra subspp. (Urodela) 

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FALEEVA, Miss T. I. - Biol. Inst., Leningrad State Univ., LENINGRAD 198904. U.S.S.R. 

a Maturation of eggs, atresia of ovarian follicles, and regulation of these processes. Acipenser 

ruthenus, A. stellatus (Chondrostci), Rutilus rutilus, Pelecus cultratus (Cypriniformes), Acerina 

cernua, Macropodus opercularis, Hemichromis bimaculatus (Perciformes, Teleostei) 
FALUGI, Mrs. C; Dr.Biol. - 1st. di Anat. Comp., Univ. di Genova, Via Balbi 5, 16126 GENOVA 

Italy 
a Cholinesterase and phosphatase activities in eggs and embryos. Balanus spec, Lepas spec. 

(Cirripedia), Artcniia salina (Branchiopoda, Crustacea) 
b Effects of cholinesterase inhibitors on development (Ascidiacea; Echinoidea) 
FANGHANEL, J.; Dr.sc.med. - Anat. Inst., Med. Bereich, Univ. Rostock, Gertrudenstr. 9, 25 

ROSTOCK 1, D.D.R. (Germany) 
FARGEIX, N.; Dr.es Sci. - Lab. de Biol. Anim., Univ. de Clermont, B.P. 45, 63170 AUBIERE, 

France 
FARINA, Miss E.;Dr. - Zool. Inst., Univ. of Palermo, Via Archirafi 18, 90123 PALERMO, Italy 
a Haploid embryos produced by UV irradiation. (Anura) 
FARINELLA (FERRUZZA), Mrs. N.; D.Sc, Prof. - Zool. Inst., Univ. of Palermo. Via Archirafi 18, 

90123 PALERMO, Italy 
a Hybridization. (Ascidiacea) 

b Xenoplastic transplantation. Discoglossus pictus (Anura) Triton cristatus (Urodela) 
c RNA synthesis in egg development. Ciona intestinahs, Ascidia malaca, Clavellina lepadiformis 

(Ascidiacea) 
d Embryonic and post-larval development. Molgula impura (Ascidiacea) 
e Action of hydrostatic pressure on embryonic development. Ascidia malaca, Ciona intestinahs, 

Ascidiclla aspersa (Ascidiacea) 
f Hybrids from fused gigantic eggs. Same species as e 
FARNESI, Miss R. M.; Dr. - 1st. di Anat. Comp., Univ. di Perugia, Via A. Pascoli, 06100 PERUGIA, 

Italy 
a Electron microscopy of spermiogenesis. Branchiobdella pentodonta (Oligochaeta) 
b Spermiogenesis. Dugesia lugubris (Turbellaria) 
FAUCOUNAU, Mrs. N.; Lic.es Sci. - Lab. de Biol, et d'Histol., Univ. de Bordeaux II, Place de la 

Victoire, 33 BORDEAUX, France 
FAULHABER, Miss I. E. W.; Ph.D. Prof. - Inst, fiir Biochem. und Molek. Biol., Fachbereich I 

(Vorklinik), Freie Univ. Berlin, Arnimallee 22, 1 BERLIN 33, B.R.D. (Germany) 
FAUTREZ, J. C; M.D., Prof. - Lab. of Anat., Univ. of Gent, Ledeganckstr. 35, 9000 GENT, Belgium 
FAUTREZ (FIRLEI-YN), Mrs. N. J. - Lab. of Anat., Univ. of Gent, Ledeganckstr. 35, 9000 GENT, 

Belgium 
FAZEKAS-TODEA, Mrs. I.; M.D. - Lab. de Embriol. Norm §i Patol., Acad, de Stiin^c Med., Centr. de 

Cere. Med., Bd.M.Viteazul 24, 1900 TIMI^OARA, Rumania 
a Experimental teratology. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 

b Development of embryonic axial organs (somitogenesis). Same species as a 
FEDECKA (BRUNER), Mrs. B.; Dr.Sci. Inst. d'Embryol. et TeratoL Exp. du C.N.R.S., 49bis Av. de 

la Belle Gabrielle, 94130 NOGENT-sur-MARNE, France 
a Enzyme synthesis and activation during development. Gallus gallus (Avcs) 
FEIERTAG (KOPPEN), Mrs. C. C. M.; Drs. - Genet. Inst., State Univ., Biol. Centrum, Kerklaan 30 

HAREN (Gr.), Netherlands 
a Oogenesis and fertilization: parthenoeenesis. Tetranychus urticae (Acari, Arachnida) 
FEJERSKOV, O.; Dr.lic.odont.. Prof. - Dept. of Dent. Pathol, and Operat. Dent., Royal Dent. Coll., 

Vcnnelyst Blvd., 8000 ARHUS, Denmark 
a Migrating epithelial cells in palatal wounds: cytology; scanning electron microscopy: morpho- 
metry; treatment witii anti-neutrophilic serum. Cavia porcellus (Rodentia) (with L. ANDERSEN) 
FELDMAN. Miss J. D.; B.Ch. - Developm. Biol. Div., Natl. Inst, for Med. Research, Mill Hill, 

LONDON NW7 lAA, England 
FELIX, J.-M.; D.E.S., Dr.3e Cycle - Lab. de Physiol. Anim., Univ. de Reims, B.P. 347, 51062 REIMS 

Cedex, France 
a Endocrine function of the foetal pancreas; insulin blood levels in the foetus and in the mother. 

Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) (with R. L. JACQUOT, B. C. J. SUTTER, and Mrs. M. T. SUTTER) 
FENSOM, A. H.; Ph.D. - Paediat. Res. Unit, Guy's Hosp. Med. Sch., St.Thomas St, LONDON 

SEl 9RT. England 
a Development of enzyme systems before and after birth. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
FERNANDEZ, Miss M.; Dr.Biol. - Lab. de Biol. Gen., Univ. Paul-Sabaticr, 118 Rte de Narbonne, 

31077 TOULOUSE Cedex, France 
a The recessive semi-lethal factor ac: temperature-sensitivity of homozygous mutants; maternal 

effect in the progeny of mutant females. Pleurodeles waltlii (Urodela) (with J. C. BEETSCHEN) 
FERNHOLM, B.; Dr. - Dept. of Zool., Univ. of Stockholm, Box 6801, 113 86 STOCKHOLM, 

Sweden 
a Embryology of endocrine organs. Elptatretus burgeri, E. stouti, Myxine glutinosa (Cyclostomata) 
FERRIER, Miss A.; M.D. - Lab. of Embryol. and Cytogenet., Univ. CUnic of Gynecol, and Obstet., 

Geneva Univ., 20 rue Alcide-Jentzer, 1211 GEN£VE 4, Switzerland 
a Spontaneous and induced abortions. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
FERRIER, v.; Lic.es Sci. - Lab. de Biol. Gen., Univ. Paul-Sabatier, 118 Route de Narbonne, 31077 

TOULOUSE Cedex, France 
a Hybridation intergenerique. Pleurodeles spec, Salamandra spec, Tylototriton spec. (Urodela) 
FERRINI, U.; M.D., Prof. - 1st. di Zool. "Federico Raffaele", Viale dell'Universita 32, 00161 ROMA. 

Italy - Biophys. Lab., Cane Inst. Regina Elena, Viale Regina Elena 291/295, 00161 ROMA (7), 

Italy 

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a Biochemical events in polyspermic eggs. Paracentrotus lividus (Echinoidea) (with H. MANELLI) 
b Piiysico-chemistry of embryonic ribosomes. Galkis galkis (Aves) (with H. MANELLI, 

R. SCOPELLITI and O. SENATOR!) 
FERRUS, A.; M.Sc. - Sect. Developm. Genet., Inst, of Genet, and Anthropol., Velazquez 144, 

MADRID 6, Spain 
a Morphogenetic mutants in the wing disc. Drosophila spec. (Diptera) 
FICQ, Mrs. A. A.; D.Sc, Prof. - Dept. of Molec. Biol., Free Univ. of Brussels, 67 rue des Chevaux, 

1640 RH0DE-ST.-GEN£SE, Belgium 
a Etude autoradiographique du metabolisme au cours de Toogenese. Rana spec. (Anura) 
b Observations autoradiographiques sur I'oogenese et la morphogenese. (Anura) 
c Effects of actinomycin D and histones on early differentiation of oocytes. Xenopus laevis 

(Anura) 
d DNA synthesis during early oogenesis. Same species as c 
e Template activities of chromatin in meiotic cells. Same species as c 
f Protein metabolism in early oogenesis. Xenopus laevis (Anura), Ambystoma mexicanum 

(Urodela) 
g DNA, RNA, and protein metabolism in pachytene cells during amphfication of rDNA (auto- 
radiography). Same species as c 
h Effect of protease inhibitors on early meiosis. Same species as c 
FILOGAMO, G.; M.D., Prof. - Dept. of Human Anat., Univ. of Torino, Corso M.d'Azeglio 52, 10126 

TORINO, Italy 
a Development of neuro-muscular connections and effect of a-bungarotoxin, Botulinum and 

anti-cholinesterases. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b Ultrastructure of neuro-muscular contacts in slow and fast muscle fibers in the embryo. Same 

species as a 
FILONI, S.; Dr.Biol.Sci. - 1st. di Anat. Comp. "Battista Grassi", Univ. di Roma, Via A.Borelli 50, 

00161 ROMA, Italy 
a Influence of metamorphosis on regeneration power of the central nervous system; effects of 

thyroxin, thiouracil, and hypophysectomy. Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
b Stimulation of central nervous system regeneration power by transplantation of neuroblasts into 

the ventricular cavities. Xenopus laevis, Rana esculenta, Bufo bufo (Anura) 
c Lens regeneration. Rana esculenta, R. dalmatina, Bufo bufo, Discoglossus pictus (Anura) 
d Histology of normal and regenerated midbrain. Same species as b 
FILOSA PARISl, Mrs. S.; Dr. - 1st. di IstoL ed Embriol., Univ. di Napoli, Via Mezzocannone 8, 80134 

NAPOLI, Italy 
a The significance of intercellular bridges between cells. Lacerta sicula (Lacertilia) 
b Enzymes of DNA synthesis during development. Paracentrotus spec. (Echinoidea) 
FINCHAM, A. A.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Zool., Brit. Museum (Nat. Hist.), Cromwell Rd., LONDON 

SW7 5BD, England 
a Larval development (laboratory rearing). Crangon crangon, Pandalus montagui and other spp. 

(Natantia, Decapoda, Crustacea) 
FIORONI, P.; Dr.phil., Prof. - ZooL Inst, der Univ., Hiifferstr. 1, 44 MUNSTER, B.R.D. (Germanu) 
a Ultrastructure of early cell differentiation. Nassarius spec, Lymnaea spec, and others (Gastro- 
poda) 
b Comparative histology, ultrastructure, and biology of embryonic nutrition (yolk, albumen, 

food-eggs). Many genera (Gastropoda) 
c Histology and ultrastructure of yolk resorption and development of yolk syncytium and 

intestine. Loligo and others (Cephalopoda) 
d Histology, ultrastructure, and experimental study of yolk resorption. Brachydanio and others 

(Tcleostci) 
e Comparative histology and ultrastructure of the role of I-cells, expecially in the formation of 

gonangia and gonophores. Many genera (Hydroidca), Thecata and Athecata (Hydrozoa) 
FISCHER, A.; Dr.rer.nat., Prof. - Zool. Inst, der Univ., Weyertal 119, 5 KOLN 41, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Oocyte genetic activity witli respect to or-gene product. Platynereis dumerilii (Polychacta) 
b Course of structural and biochemical development of oocytes; mode of oocyte size synchroniza- 
tion during oogenesis. Same species as a 
FISCHER, J. L. - Inst. dT^nibryol. et Teratol. Expcr. du C.N.R.S., 49bis Av. de la Belle Gabrielle, 

94130 NOGENT-sur-MARNE, France 
a Action des rayons X sur la morphogenese des arcs aortiques. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b Malformations. (Anura; Urodela) 

c Les effets teratogcnes de riiypothermie sur I'embryon. Meme espcce comme a 
FLEISCHHAUER, K.; Dr.med., Prof. - Anat. Inst, der Univ., Abt. fur Neuroanat., Nussallee 10, 53 

BONN, B.R.D. (Germany) 
FLINT, O. P.; M.A. - Dept. of Zool., Univ. of Glasgow, GLASGOW G12 8QC, Scotland, U.K. 
a Behaviour and differentiation of normal and mutant limb mesenchyme cells in vitro. Gallus gallus 

(Aves) 
b Analysis of developmental mutants. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
FLUCHTER, J.; Dr.rer.nat. - Baycrischc Landesanstalt fiir Fischerei, Weilheimerst. 8a, 813 

SIARNBI.RG, B.R.D. (Germany) 
FOLIGUIT, B. - Lab. de Biol. Med , Univ. de Nancy I, 30 rue Lionnois, 54000 NANCY, France 
a Histogenese du poumon. Rattus porvegicus (Rodentia) 
FONTAlNi;, Miss J. - Lab. d'Embryol., Univ. de Nantes, 38 Bd. Michelet, B.P. 1044, 44037 NANTES 

CLDEX, France 

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FONTANA, F.; Dr.nat.sci. - 1st. di Zool., Univ. di Ferrara, Via Previati 24, 44100 FERRARA, Italy 
FORD, P. J.; D.phil. - Dept. of Molec. Biol., Univ. of Edinburgh, King's Buildings, May field Rd., 

EDINBURGH EH9 3JR", Scotland, U.K. 
a Control of protein and nucleic acid synthesis during oogenesis (especially 5s RNA, informational 

RNA). Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
FORSSKAHL, B.; Ph. Mag. - Dept. of Zool., Univ. of Helsinki, P. Rautatiekatu 13, 00100 HELSINKI 

10, Finland 
FOURCHE, J.; Dr.es Sci. - Dept. de Biol. Gener. et Appl., Univ. de Lyon I, 43 Bd. du 1 1 Novembre 

1918, 69621 VILLEURBANNE, France 
a Le metabolisnie respiratoire au cours du developpement. Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera), 

Bombyx mori (Lepidoptera) 
b Energetic metabolism during nymphal diapause; influence of external factors. Pieris brassicae 

(Lepidoptera) 
FOURNIER, B.; Dr.Sci. - Lab. de Zool. Exper., Univ. de Bordeaux I, Av. des Facultes, 33405 

TALENCE, France 
a Recherches descriptives et experimentales sur la morphogenese embryonnaire des appendices. 

Carausius spec. (Phasmida) 
b Regeneration embryonnaire en I'absence des glandes endocrines. Meme espece comme a (avec 

J. ROGUEDA) 
FOX, IE; Ph.D., D.Sc. - Dept. of ZooL, Univ. Coll. London, Gower St., LONDON WC1E6BT, 

England 
a llaploid and diploid tissues (electron microscopy). Xenopus laevis (Anura) (with L. HAMILTON, 

Middlesex Hosp.) 
b Tail degeneration (electron microscopy, histochemistry). Same species as a 
c Ultrastructure of larval tissues. Same species as a 
d Larval growth. Same species as a (with S. C. TURNER, Portsmouth) 
FRAGOULIS, E.; Dipl.Biol. - Physiol.-Chem. Inst.I, Med. Sch., Univ. of Marburg, 355 MARBURG- 

Lahnberge, B.R.D. (Germany) 
FRANCE, V. M.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Physiol., King's Coll., LONDON WC2R 2LS, England 
a Effects of prolactin, vasopressin, vasotocin, and osmotic pressure gradients on active sodium 

uptake by fetal skin and urinary bladder. Ovis aries, Sus scrofa (Artiodactyla; Rodentia) 
b Causative factors for gallstone formation in fetus; steroid action on fluid transport in gallbladders 

in vitro; analysis of bile for pancreatic enzymes. Cavia porcellus (Rodentia), Ovis aries (Artio- 
dactyla) 
FRANCHI, L. L.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Anat., Med. School, Univ. of Birmingham, Edgbaston, BIRMING- 
HAM B 15 2TJ, England 
a Fine structure of normal and irradiated male and female germ cells. (Rodentia; Primates) 
b Stucture and function of chromosomes in oocytes in relation to radiosensitivity. (Rodentia; 

Carnivora; Primates and others) 
FRANCO, Mrs. N.; Lic.Sci. - Lab. de Biol Med., Univ. de Nancy I, 30 rue Lionnois, 54000 NANCY, 

France 
a Cytogenesc de I'adenohypophyse. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 

FRANZ^N, A. S.; Fil.Dr. - ZooL Inst., Univ. of Uppsala, Box 561, S-75122 UPPSALA 1, Sweden 
FRASCHINI, Miss A.; Ph.D., Prof. - Dept. of Histol. and Embryol., Univ. ofPavia, Piazza Botta 10, 

27100 PAVIA, Italy 
ERASER, Mrs. L. REPSIS; Ph.D. Clin. Res. Centre, Watford Rd., HARROW, Middlesex HA 1 3UJ, 

England 
a In vitro fertilization: effects of gamete age, culture conditions, etc., on developmental potential 

and on chromosomal complements. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
FRENCH, V. K.; B.Sc. - Sch. of Biol. Sci., Univ. of Sussex, Falmer, BRIGHTON BNl 9QG, England 
FRETTER, Miss V.; Ph.D., D.Sc. - Dept. of ZooL, Reading Univ., Whiteknights Park, READING 

RG6 2AJ, Ensland 
a Veliger larvae of coastal waters: structure, feeding, food requirements, digestion, structural 

changes at metamorphosis. Many spp. (Prosobranchia, Gastropoda) 
FREUND, Mrs. E.; Dr.agr. - Anat. Inst., Med. Bereich, Univ. Rostock, Gertrudenstr. 9, 25 ROSTOCK 

FREY', M.; M.Sc. - Inst, of Cell Biol., Swiss Fed. Inst, of Technol., Honggerberg, 8049 ZURICH, 

Switzerland 
a Electron microscopy of giant chromosomes. Chironomus spec. (Diptera) 
FREYSSINET, G.; Dr.spec. - Dept. de BioL Gener. et Appl., Univ. de Lyon I, 43 Bd. du 11 

Novembre 1918, 69621 VILLEURBANNE, France 
a Analysis and synthesis of ribosomal proteins. Euglena gracilis (Euglenophyceae) 
b Nutritional requirements for chloroplast formation. Same species as a 
FRIED (MONTAUFIER), Mrs. M. C.;D.E.S. - Lab. de Genet. Evolut. et de Biomet., C.N.R.S., 91190 

GlF-sur-YVETTE, France 
a Hermaphroditic male gonad; intersexuality of female. Talitrus saltator (Amphipoda, Crustacea) 
FRIJTERS, D.; Drs. - Theor. BioL Group, Subfac. of Biol., Univ. of Utrecht, Heidelberglaan 2, "De 

Uithot"', UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a Mathematical models for the transition from vegetative to Howermg condition in complex 

inflorescences. (Compositae) 
FULCRAND, J.; Dr.es Sci. - Lab. de Neurophysiol., Univ. des Sci. et Techn. du Languedoc, Place 

E. Bataillon, 34060 MONTPELLIER Cedex, France 
a Ontogenese et degenerescence experimentale des voies visuelles (radioautographie). Rattus 

norvegicus (Rodentia) 

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GABAJEVA, Mrs. N. S.; Cand.biol. - Dept. of Embryol., Leningrad State Univ., Mendeleevsky St. 5, 

LENINGRAD 199164, U.S.S.R. 
a Follicular epithelium morpiiology during oogenesis. Hemichromis multicolor (Teleostei) 
b Comparative study of structure and functions of follicular epithelium in oogenesis. Lampetra 

fluviatilis (Cyclostomata), Xiphophorus spec. (Teleostei), Agama caucasica (Lacertilia), Testudo 

horsfieldi (Chelonia), Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
GABRIEL-ROBEZ (KREMER), Mrs. O.; Dr.Med. - Inst. d'EmbryoL, Univ. de Strasbourg, 4 rue 

Kirschleger, 67085 STRASBOURG, France 
a Teratogenic effects of venoms and oestrogens. (Aves; Mammalia) 

b Urogenital system abnormalities. Mus musculus (Rodentia), Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagoniorpha) 
c Fractionation of Vipera aspis venom by gradient chromatography; teratogenic activity of the 

separated proteins compared to that of.the whole venom 
GABRION (TROTIGNON), Mrs. J. B.; M.es Sci. - Lab. d'Histol. et d'EmbryoL, Univ. de Montpellier, 

2 rue Ecole de Medecine, 34000 MONTPELLIER, France 
GAGINSKAYA, Mrs. E. R. - Biol. Inst., Leningrad State Univ., LENINGRAD 198904, USSR » 
a Morphology, electron microscopy, cytochemistry, and autoradiography of oogenesis, especially 

nuclear apparatus behavior during oocyte growth. (Teleostei), (Fringiliidae, Passeriformes, Aves) 
GAILLARD, J. A.; M. D. - Lab. d'Anat. Pathol, du Centre Hospitalier d'Evreu.x, rue Saint-Louis, 27 

EVREUX, France 
a Embryonic tumors; germ cell tumors; dysembryomas of ovary and testis; blastemal tumors. Homo 

sapiens (Primates) 
b Comparative developmental morphology of embryoids and first stages of normal ova. Same 

species as a 
c Extra-embryonic structures in embryomas. Same species as a 
d Experimental teratomas. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
e Odontogenesis as a model of organogenesis in an ovarian teratoma (serial sections). Same species 

as a 
f Comparative study of natural and experimentally induced yolk-sac tumours. Mus musculus 

(Rodentia), Homo sapiens (Primates) 
GAILLARD, P. J.; M. D., Prof. - Lab. for Cell Biol, and Histol., State Univ., Rijnsburgerweg 10, 

LEIDEN, Netherlands 
a Hormones and bone development (organ culture, enzyme chemistry, isotope techniques). Mus 

musculus (Rodentia) 
b Imidazol and its derivates and bone development (organ culture). Same species as a 
GAINO, Miss E.; Dr. BioL Sci. - 1st. di Zool., Univ. di Genova, Via Baibi 5, 16126 GENOVA, Italy 
a Sexual dimorphism in the embryos of a parthenogenetic form. Penilia avirostris (Cladocera, 

Crustacea) 
GAJO, Miss M.; M. D. - Dept. of Anat., Univ. Med. School, Kossuth L. 40, SZEGED, Hungary 
a Developmental histochemistry and electron microscopy of the autonomic ground plexus. Rattus 

rattus (Rodentia) (with B. CSILLIK, E. KNYIHAR and G. KALMAN) 
GALAND, G.; D. E. S. - Lab. de Physiol. Anim., Univ. de Reims, B. P. 347, 51062 REIMS Cedex, 

France 
a Functional development of small intestine. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
GALLERA, J.; D. Sc. - Lab. d'EmbryoL Exp., Inst. d'Histol., Univ. de Geneve, 20 rue de I'Ecole de 

Medecine, 1211 GENftVE 4, Switzerland 
a Subcellular changes during early morphogenesis. (Aves) (with G. NICOLET) 

b Localization of presumptive somitic mesoblast; early somite morphogenesis. Gallus gallus (Aves) 
c Correlation between the development of foregut and brain. Same species as b 
GALLIEN, CI. L.; D. Sc. - Lab. Biol, du Devi., Univ. de Paris 5 - Rene Descartes, 45 rue des 

Sts. Peres, 75270 PARIS Cedex 06, France 
a Chronological study of nuclear activity after transplantation; analysis of enzyme systems. 

(Urodela) 
b Electron microscopy of nuclear transplantation. Pleurodeles waltlii (Urodela) 
GALLIEN, L.; Dr. Sci., Prof. - Lab. d'EmbryoL, Univ. Paris VI, 4 place Jussieu, 75230 PARIS Cedex 

05, France 
a Nuclear anomalies after interspecific nuclear transplantation. Pleurodeles waltlii, P. poireti, 

Ambystoma mexicanum, A. dumerilii (Urodela) 
b Differentiation in explants and compatibility between different strains. Hydractinia eciiinata 

(Hydrozoa) 
GALLO, Miss V.; Dr.biol.sci. - 1st. di Zool. "F.Raffaele", Univ. di Roma, Viale dell'Universita 32, 

00161 ROMA, Italy 
a Differentiation and developmental correlations between hypophysis, adrenals, and gonads. Rana 

esculenta (Anura), Gallus callus (Aves) (with H. MANELLI, L. MASTROLIA, E. MILANO- 

GRASSI and F. ACCORDI) 
GAMBLE, H. J.; Ph.D. Dept. of Anat., St. Tiiomas's Hosp. Med. School, Lambeth Palace Rd., 

LONDON SEl 7EH, England 
a Development of peripheral nervous tissues in the foetus. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Development of blood vessels in the central nervous system. Same species as a 
GARCIA-BI LLIDO, A.; Ph.D. Sect. Developm. Genet., Inst, of Genet, and Anthropol., Velazquez 

144, MADRID 6, Spain 
a Developmental genetic analysis of the wing imaginal disc; development in situ and in culture. 

Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 
b Nature of the specificity of cell recognition in cell aggregates of imaginal discs; ceil affinities of 

normal versus mutant genotypes. Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 

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GARCIA-PORRERO, J. A.; Dr.Med. - Serv. de Embriol. Exp., Dept. de Anat., Fac. de Med., 

SANTANDER, Spain 
a Role of mucopolysaccharides in normal and abnormal morphogenesis of the kidney (iiistochemis- 

try). Oryctolaaus cuniculus (Lagomorpha) 
GARCIA VALDECASAS HUELIN, J. M.; Dr. - Serv. Embriol. Exp., Dept. Anat., Fac. de Med., Av. 

Ramon y Cajal, VALLADOLID, Spain 
a Development of the primary stages of the ear. Callus domesticus (Aves) 
GARDFNGHE G.; Dr. Prof. - Inst, of Zool., Univ. of Bologna, Via S. Giacomo 9, 40126 BOLOGNA, 

Italy 
a In vitro culture of larval gonads. Bufo bufo (Anura) 

b Hormonic regulation of ovarian and Bidder's organ oogenesis. Same species as a 
c Developmental biology. Macquartia chalconota (Larvacvoridae, Diptera) 

GARDNER, R.; D.Phil. - Zool. Dept., Oxford Univ., South Parks Rd., OXFORD 0X1 3PS, England 
a Determination during early development. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Mechanism of X-chromosome inactivation. Same species as a 
GAREL, J.-M.; Dr. - Lab. de PhysioL Comp., Univ. de Paris VI, 4 place Jussieu, 75230 PARIS Cedex 

05, France ■ ,, • 

a Parathyroid hormone and calcitonin: secretion, metabolism, and physiological role, especially m 

Ca, Mg, and P metabolism, before and after birth. Rattus spec. (Rodentia), Ovis aries, Bos taurus 

(Artiodactyla), Equus caballus (Perissodactyla) 
GARGOUIL Y M ; Dr.es Sci., Prof. - Lab. Physiol. Cell, des Struct. Contractiles, Univ. de Poitiers, 

40 av. d'u Recteur Pineau, BAt.P, 86022 POITIERS, France 
a Cellular electrophysiology of the embryonic heart (membrane currents - membrane conduc- 
tances ~ equivalent circuits). Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
GARROD, D. R.; Ph.D. Dept. of Biol., Univ., SOUTHAMPTON S09 5NH, England 
a Morp'hogenetic movement and cell adhesion. Dictyostelium discoideum (Acrasiales) 
b Tissue-specific sorting-out of embryonic cells. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
GARWEG, G.; Dr.med. - Anat. Inst., Abt. fur Exp. Biol., Univ. Bonn, Nussallee 10, 53 BONN. B.R.D. 

(Germany) . , ,, 

a Biochemistry and autoradiography of DNA, RNA, and protein metabolism in male germ cells 

during antiandrogenic effects of epiphyseal melatonin synthesis. Mesocricetus auratus (Rodentia) 
GASC J M.; Lic.Sci. - Inst. d'EmbryoL et TeratoL Exp. du C.N.R.S., 49bis Av. de la Belle Gabrielle, 

94130 NOGENT-sur-MARNE, France 
a Gonadal growth and DNA synthesis during and after sexual differentiation of the embryo. Gallus 

domesticus (Aves) 
b Cortico-steroid binding protein (CBG) in the embryo. Same species as a ^ , n-,-, 

GASSER, F.; D.Sc. Lab. de Biol. Gen., Univ. Paul-Sabatier, 118 Rte de Narbonne, 31077 

TOULOUSE Cedex, France 
a Genetical aspects of protein differentiation in embryonic and larval stages. Pleurodeles waitlii 

(Urodela) (with J. C. BEETSCHEN) 
GATEFF (ZOLLIKOFER), Mrs. E. A.; Ph.D. - Biol. Inst. I der Univ., Schanzlestr. 9, 78 FREIBURG/ 

Br., B.R.D. (Germany) . , ■ ■ , .• 

a Normal and abnormal (neoplastic) development of the nervous system and the imaginal discs 

(tissue culture). Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 
b Analysis of aenetically controlled neoplasms. Same species as a 

c Oogenesis and early embryogenesis. Drosophila spec. (Diptera) .» ^^ o-, ,^.r. d d r. 

GAUDECKER, Miss B. von; Dr.rer.nat. - Anat. Inst, der Univ., OIshausenst.40-60, 23 KIEL, B.K.U. 

(Germany) , j i^ v-i i ♦ 

a Ultrastructure and histochemistry of prepupal and pupal salivary glands. Drosophila melanogaster 

(Diptera) ^ ,, . ... , . 

GAZARYAN, K. G.; Dr.biol., Prof. - Chair of Embryol., Biol. Fac, State Univ. of Moscow, Lenin 

Hills. MOSCOW 117234, U.S.S.R. ... , ^ „ r^ , u ,;„;. 

a Role of chromosomal proteins in regulation of transcription in erythroid cells. Columba livia 

( AvGs) 
GAZE, R. M.; Ph.D. - Developm. Biol. Div., Natl. Inst, for Med. Research, Mill Hill, LONDON 

NW7 lAA, England ^ „ ^.. ^ ,^ 

GEBHARDT, D. O. E.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Obstet. and Gynecol., Acad. Hosp., Rijnsburgerweg lU, 

LEIDEN, Netherlands 
a Amniotic fluid analysis. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Analysis of urinarv estrogens during pregnancy. Same species as a 
GEELEN, J. A. G.; M.D. - Dept. of Neurol., Elisabeth Hosp., TILBURG, Netherlands 
a Review of complete literature on vitamin A teratogenesis ^^^ac^ 

GEHRING, W. J.; Ph.D., Prof. - Biozentrum der Univ. Basel, Abt. Zellbiol., Klingelbergstr. 70, 4056 

BASEL, Switzerland m- t \ 

a Cell determination and differentiation in embryos and imaginal discs. Drosophila spec. (Uiptera^ 
GEILENKIRCHEN, W. L. M.; Ph.D. - Zool. Lab., State Univ. of Utrecht, Transitonum 111, Univ. 

centrum "De Uithof. UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a Metabolism and respiration of egg and embryo. Lymnaea stagnalis (Gastropoda) 
b Influence of various kations on development. Same species as a 
c Mechanisms of cytodifferentiation in cleaving eggs. Same species as a 
d Germinal localization in eggs. Dentalium spec. (Scaphopoda), Patella spec (Gastropoda) 
GENDEREN, H. H. van; Drs. - Bot. Lab., State Univ., Lange Nieuwst. 106 UTRECHT Netherlands 
GFNEIX, A. - Lab. d'Histol.-Embryol., Fac. de Med., Bd. Winston Churchill, B.P. 38, 63UU1 

CLERMONT-FERRAND Cedex, France 

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a , Chromosome ultrastructure. Homo sapiens (Primates) 

GENIS-GALVEZ, J. M.; Med.Dr., Ph.D., Prof. - Lab. of Exp. Embryol., Dept. of Anat., Fac. of Med., 

Univ. of Sevilla, SEVILLA, Spain 
a Developmental neurobiology and sense organs. Callus gallus (Aves) 
b Electron microscopy and autoradiography of neurogenesis in the mesencephalon. Same species as 

a 
GENNSER, G.; M.D., Prof. - Dept. of Obstet. & Gynecol., Kvinnokliniken, Allmiinna sjukhuset, 214 

01 MALMO 8, Sweden 
a Enzymology of placenta and amniotic fluid. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Fetal breathing movements: intluence of drugs and smoking; relation to postnatal breathing; 

regulating mechanisms (ultrasonic technique). Same species as a 
c Endocrinology of feto-placcntal unit: pituitary-adrenal axis; influence of synthetic steroids; 

relation to onset of parturition. Same species as a 
GEORGES, Miss D.; Dr.spec. - Lab. de Zool. et Biol. Anim., Univ. Sci. et Med. de Grenoble, B.P. 53, 

Centre de Tri, 38041 GRENOBLE, France 
a Development of the gonads: role of the neural complex and other factors in spermatogenesis and 

oogenesis. Ciona intestinalis (Ascidiacea) 
b Electron microscopy of epithelial junctions before and after metamorphosis. Same species as a 
GERACL G.; Ph.D. - Lab. of Molec. Embryol., Consigho Naz. delle Ricerche, Via Toiano 2, 80072 

ARCO FELICE (Napoli), Italy 
GERARD, H. - Lab. d'Embryol., Univ. de Nancy I, 31 rue Lionnois, 54000 NANCY, France 
a Experiences (homogreffes) sur I'hematopoiese embryonnaire. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
GERISCH, G.; Dr.rer.nat. ~ Biozentrum der Univ. Basel, Khngelbergstr.70, 4056 BASEL, Switzerland 
a Differentiation of cell membranes. Dictyostelium discoideum (Acrasiales) 
b Immunochemical studies on cell differentiation. Same species as a 
c Generation and recognition of periodic cyclic-AMP signals. Same species as a 
GERLINGER, P.; Dr. Med. - Inst. d'Embryol., Fac. de Med., 1 1 rue Humann, 67085 STRASBOURG, 

France 
a Etude de la formation des constituants de I'oeuf. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b The possible role of liver tRNAS'^'^ isoacceptors and seryltRNA synthetase in phosvitin synthesis. 

Same species as a 
c Control of ovalbumin synthesis in the oviduct of the laying hen. Same species as a 
GERZELI, G.; Prof. - 1st. of Comp. Anat., Univ. of Pavia, Piazza Botta 10, 27 100 PAVIA, Italy 
a Isoprenaline induced modifications of liver cells (ploidy, structure, metabolism) during postnatal 

development. Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
b Effect of lathyrogenic substances on larvae. Xenopus laevis (Anura), Salamandra salamandra 

(Urodela) 
GEUSKENS, M.; D.Sc.Zool. - Dept. of Molec.Biol., Free Univ. of Brussels, 67 rue des Chevaux, 1640 

RHODE-St.-GENfeSE, Belgium 
a LMntluence des constituants cytoplasmiques sur la transcription des genes au cours du developpe- 

ment embryonnaire (microscopic electronique, autoradiographie). Xenopus laevis (Anura), 

Pleurodeles waltlii (Urodela), Ilyanassa obsoleta (Gastropoda) 
b Cell coat during cleavage and during dissociation and reassociation of embryonic cells. 

(Ruthenium red, Concanavalin A-peroxidase staining, electron microscopy). Pleurodeles waltlii 

(Urodela), Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
GEZELIUS, N. G. B.; Fil.lic. - Zool. Inst., Univ. of Uppsala, Box 561, S-75122 UPPSALA 1, Sweden 
GHIARA, G.; Dr.nat.sci., Prof. ~ 1st. di Istol. ed Embriol., Univ. di Napoli, Via Mezzocannone 8, 

80134 NAPOLI, Italy 
a Oogenesis, especially nutritional aspects of auxocytosis (electron microscopy in normal and 

experimental conditions). Lacerta spec, and others (Lacertilia) 
GHIRARDELLI, E.; Prof. - Inst, of Zool. and Comp. Anat., Univ. of Trieste. Via A.Valerio 32, 

34127 TRIESTE, Italy 
GIACOBINl, G.; M.D. - Dept. of Human Anat., Univ. of Torino, Corso M. D'Azegho 52, 10126 

TORINO, Italy 
a Development of neuro-muscular correlations under normal and experimental conditions 

(blockade of various components of the acetylcholine-system). Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
GIANGUZZA, M.; Dr. - 1st. di Biol. Gen., Univ. di Palermo, Via Divisi 83, 90133 PALERMO, Italy 
a Histociiemistry and ultrastructure of oogenesis and embryology. (Ascidiacea) (with 

V. MANCUSO and G. DOLCEMASCOLO) 
GIANNIT.LI, F. B.; M.D., Ph.D. - Paediat. Res. Unit. Guy's Hosp. Med. Sch., St. Thomas St., 

LONDON SEl 9RT, England 
a Somatic cell fusion, especially in metabolic disorders. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b DNA repair systems. Same species as a 
GIANNETTI, A.; M.D. - Dept. of Dermatol., Univ. of Pavia, Policlinico S.Matteo, 27100 PAVIA, 

Italy 
GIBSON, I.; Ph.D. - School of Biol. Sci., Univ. of llast Angha, University Plain, NORWICH NR4 7TG, 

England 
GIDHOLM, 1,.; Fil.Dr. - Zool. Inst., Univ. of Uppsala, Box 561, S-75122 UPPSALA 1, Sweden 
GIHR, Miss M.; Dr.phil. - Brain Anat. Inst., Untere ZoUgasse 71, (Waldau), 3072 OSTER- 

MUNDKii N-Bi:. Switzerland 
a Anatomical and statistical study of early development. Esox lucius (Teleostei) 
b Descriptive and comparative ontogenesis of the brain. (Cetacea) 

c General ontogenesis. Platanista gangetica, Pontoporia blainvillei (Platanistidae. Cetacea) 
GINSBURG. Mrs. A. S.: Dr.biol. Inst, of Developm. Biol., Acad, of Sci. of the USSR, Vavilov St. 26, 

MOSCOW 117334. U.S.S.R. 

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a Sperm ultrastructure and acrosome reaction. Acipenser stellatus, A. giildenstiidti (Chondrostei) 
b Cortical reaction of the egg and fertilization. Ambystoma mexicanum, Triturus vulgaris (Urodela) 
GINSBURGFR-VOGEL, T.; Agr. - Lab. de Genet. Evolut. et de Biomet., C.N.R.S., 91190 GIF-sur- 

YVETTE, France 
a Sex determination: genetic factors, a temperature-sensitive factor; monogeny; intersexuality. 

Orcliestia gammarella, O. cavimana, O. montagui, Talorchestia deshayesei (Amphipoda, 

Crustacea) 
GINTER, E. K.; Dr. - Lab. of Exp. Genet., Inst, of Med. Genet., Kashirskoye Chaussee 6a, 115478 

MOSCOW, U.S.S.R. 
a Determination of imaginal disc cells in normal and mutant strains. Drosophila melanogaster 

(Diptera) 
b Interaction of homoeotic and non-homoeotic genes during development. Same species as a 
GIORGI, F.: Dr.Biol. - Inst, of Histol. and Embryol., L'niv. of Pisa, Via Volta 4, 56100 PISA, Italy 
a Structure and function of lampbrush chromosomes. Rana spp. (Anura) 
b Yolk formation and the Golgi apparatus in oogenesis. Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 
GIPOULOL'X, J.-D.; Dr., Prof. - Lab. de Biol. Anim. A, Univ. Bordeaux I, Av. des Facultes, 33405 

TALENCE, France 
a Etude experimentale de la morphogenese de I'appareil genital. (Anura) 
b Evolution des cellules germinales. (Anura) 
c Etude de I'ultrastructure embryonnaire. (.'\nura) 
d Etude experimentale des facteurs de la migration des cellules du blasteme de I'uretere primaire. 

Rana spec, Bufo bufo, Discoglossus spec, Xenopus spec. (Anura) 
e Les potentialites morphogenes du mesoderme lateral. Xenopus spec. (Anura), Pleurodeles walthi 

(Urodela) 
GIRARD (DECHAMBE), Mrs. C; Dr.Biol.Anim. - Lab. de Biol. Anim.A, Univ. Bordeaux I, Av. des 

Facultes, 33405 TALENCE, France 
a Modalites et facteurs de formation de I'ostium et de Toviducte. (Anura) 
b Modalites de la metamorphose de I'appareil excreteur. Rana dalmatina, Bufo bufo (Anura) 
c Modalite de formation des glandes epidermiques in vivo et in vitro durant la metamorphose. 

Alytes obstetricaiis (Anura) 
d Modalites du developpement embryonnaire des ovaires dysgenesiques. Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
GIROUD, A.; Prof. - Lab. d'Histol.-Embryol. B, Fac. de Med."; 45 rue des Sts. Peres, 75 PARIS Vie, 

P'rance 
GIUDICE, G.; M.D., Prof. - 1st. di Anat. Comp., Univ. di Palermo, Via Archirafi 20, 90123 

PALERMO, Italy 
a Protein and RNA synthesis during early development. Paracentrotus lividus (Echinoidea) 
b Cell free maturation of ribosomal RNA of oocytes. Same- species as a 
c Giant RNA in the cytoplasm of embryos. Same species as a 
d Regulation of DNA synthesis in dissociated cells. Same species as a 
GLAS, P.; M.Sc. - Dept. of Anat. and Embryol., State Univ. of Groningen, Oostersingel 69, 

GRONINGEN, Netherlands 
a The early development of the commissures in the medial telencephalic area. Mus musculus 

(Rodentia) 
GLATZER, K. H.; Dr.rer.nat. - InsL fiir Allgem. Biol., Univ. Diisseldorf, Ulenbergstr. 127-129, 4000 

DUSSELDORF, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Egg and embryo development, especially electron microscopy concerning vitellogenesis. Coryden- 

drium parasiticum (Hydrozoa) 
b Gene physiology, Y chromosome. Drosophila spp. (Diptera) 
c Genetic regulation of differentiation; male germ line cells. Same species as b 
GLENISTER, T. W.; D.Sc, Ph.D., Prof. - Dept. of Anat., Charing Cross Hosp. Med. School, Lab. 

Block, Fulham Palace Road, LONDON W6 8RF, England 
a Reaction of genital tract tissues to hormones in vitro. (Rodentia; Lagomorpha; Primates) 
b Blastocyst implantation in vitro. Same species as a 
c Behaviour of trophoblasts in vitro. Same species as a 
d Development of embryos in vitro. Same species as a 

e Ultrastructure of embryo-maternal relationships during implantation. Same species as a 
GLINZ, Miss S.; Dipl.nat. - Zool.Vergl. Anat. Inst., Univ. Zilrich, Kiinstlergasse 16, 8006 ZURICH, 

Switzerland 
a Ultrastructure of imaginal disc cells. Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 
GMUER, R.; M.Sc. - Inst, of Cell Biol., Swiss Fed. Inst, of Technol., Honggerberg, 8049 ZURICH, 

Switzerland 
a Myogenesis in cell cultures. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
GODET (NONNENMACHER), Mrs. J. - Dept. de Biol. Gen. et Appl., Univ. de Lyon 1, 43 Bd. du 11 

Novembre 1918, 69621 VILLEURBANNE, France 
a Erythrocyte differentiation. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Sus scrofa domesticus (Artiodactyla) 
GODULA, J.; M.Sc. - Zool. Dept., Jagellonian Univ., ul Krupnicza 50, KRAKOW 2, Poland 
a Differentiation of germ cells in early oogenesis (quantitative and stereological analysis). Tetro- 

dontophora bielanensis (Collembola) 
GOLICHENKOV, V. A.; Cand.sci. - Chair of Embryol., Biol. Fac, State Univ. of Moscow, Lenin 

Hills, MOSCOW 117234, U.S.S.R. 
a Development of dermal mclanophores, their structure, biochemistry, physiological regulatory 

mechanisms, and behaviour. Rana temporaria, Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
GOMOT. L.; Dr.es Sci., Prof. - Lab. de Zool. et Embryol., Univ. de Besanqon, Place Marechal Leclerc, 
25030 BESANCON Cedex, France 

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a Developpement embryonnaire de la glande uropygienne. Anas platyrhynclios (Aves) (avec 

J. BRIDE) 
b Differenciation sexuelle des hybrides femelles. (Aves) (avec A. DERAY) 
c Organogenese de la glande mammaire (culture in vitro). Mus musculus (Rodentia), Oryctolagus 

cuniculus (Lagomorpha) 
d Fonctionnement de rappareil genital (culture d'organes). Helix aspersa (Gastropoda) 
e Le developpement in vivo et in vitro du coeur. Rana temporaria, Xenopus laevis (Anura) (avec 

M. BRIDE-VUILLET) 
f Histophysiologie des testicules et de Fhypophyse des hybrides intervene riques steriles comparee a 
celle des canards fertiles. Cairina nioschata, Anas platyrhynclios (Aves) (aves C. R. MARCHAND) 
g Determinisme de la sexuahte. Viviparus viviparus (Gastropoda) (avec B. GRIFFOND) 
GONTCHAROFF, Miss M.; Prof. - Lab. de Biol. Cell., Univ. de Reims, B.P. 347, 51062 REIMS 

Cedex, France 
GOODWIN, B.C.; Ph.D. - School of Biol. Sci., Univ. of Sussex, Falmer, BRIGHTON BNl 9QG, 

England 
GOSHCHETELIANI, I. S.; Cand.biol.sci. ^ Lab. of Exp. Zool., State Univ. of Tbilisi, KUTAISI, 

Georgian S.S.R., U.S.S.R. 
a Influence of albumen of different breeds on embryonic and postembryonic development. Gallus 

domesticus (Aves) 
b The overembryonic albuminous crater during embryonic development, especially graphite dust 

adhesion to the crater; formative processes in albuminous and yolk covers. Same species as a 
GOSWAMI, M. N. D.; Ph.D. ~ Lab. de Physio-Pathol. Cell., Inst. Gustave-Roussy, 94 VILLEJUIF, 

France 
a Developmental regulation of genetic expression: mechanism of protein synthesis and its control 

in the liver. Rattus spec. (Rodentia), Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha) 
b Genetic transcription and translation of the transcribed messages as affected by hormones. Rattus 

spec. (Rodentia) 
GOTTING, K. J.; Dr.rer.nat., Prof. - I. Zool. Inst., Fachber. Biol., Univ. Giessen, Stephanst. 24, 63 

GlESSEN, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Electron microscopy of oogenesis in marine forms. (Teleostei) 
b Viviparity. Zoarces viviparus (Teleostei) 
GOTTSCHEWSKI, G. H.M.t Prof. - Max-Planck Inst, fiir Immunbiol., FREIBURG/Br., B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
GOTTSCHLING, H.; Dr. - Inst, fiir Biochem. und Molek. Biol., Freie Univ. Berlin, Arnimallee 22, 1 

BERLIN 33, B.R.D. (Germany) 
GOTZOS-CAPPELLI, Mrs. B.; Dr.Biol. - Inst. d'HistoI. et d'Embryol. Gen., Univ. de Fribourg, 1 rue 

Gockel, 1700 FRIBOURG, Switzerland 
a Culture of embryonic arteries. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
GOTZOS, v.; Dr. Vet. - Inst. d'Histol. et d'Embryol. Gen., Univ. de Fribourg, 1 rue Gockel, 1700 

FRIBOURG, Switzerland 
a Culture of embryonic fibroblasts. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
GOUGET, P.; Dr. Med. - Lab. d'Histol. et d'Embryol., Fac. de Med. de Montpellier-Nfmes, 

Av. Kennedy, 30000 NfMES, France 
a Ultrastructure of clcavins embryo. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
GOUIN, F. J.; Dr.es Sci. - Musee Zool. de I'Univ. et de la Ville, 29 Bd. de la Victoire, 67000 

STRASBOURG, France 
GOUNON, P.; Dr.3e cycle - Lab. d'Embryol. Exp., Centre de Rech. du CNRS, 67 rue Maurice 

Gunsbourg, 94200 IVRY-sur-SEINE, France 
a L'expression des genes lethaux: "lethal-mitotique" et "ulcere" (microchirurgie, cytologic ultra- 

structurale, analyse biochemique des proteines microtubulaires). Pleurodcles waltlii (Llrodcla) 
GOVAERF, Miss M. C; Dr.3e Cycle - Lab. d'Embryol., Univ. Paris VI, 4 place Jussieu, 75230 PARIS 

Cedex 05, France 
a Histocompatibility in vitro. Hydractinia echinata (Hydrozoa) 
GRAHAM, C. F.; D.Phil. - Dept. of Zool., Univ. of Oxford, South Parks Rd., OXFORD 0X1 3PS, 

England 
a Experimental parthenogenesis. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Development of teratomas in vitro. Same species as a 
GRASSMANN, A. - Inst. Suisse de Rech. Exp. sur le Cancer, 21 rue Bugnon, 1011 LAUSANNE, 

Switzerland 
a Factors controlling de- and rcdiffcrentiation of cultured iris epithelial cells, studied by cell 

injection combined with immunotluorcscence for eamma crystallin. Notophthalmus viridcscens 

(Urodcia) (with T. YAM ADA and S. P. MODAK) 
GRASSO, M.; Dr., Prof. Inst, of Zool., Univ. of Bologna, Via S.Giacomo 9, 40126 BOLOGNA, Italy 
a Role of neurosecretion in the regeneration and in the ditferentiation and ripening of the genital 

apparatus. Dugesia lugubris, Polycelis nigra (Turbellaria), Fasciola hepatica (Trematoda) 
b Descriptive and experimental study of development and sex differentiation of genital apparatus. 

Sepia officinalis (Cephalopoda) 
GRAZIOSI, G.; D.Sc. - Inst, of Zool. and Comp. Anat., Univ. of Trieste, Via A. Valerio 32, 34127 

TRIESTE, Italy 
GREIT'F, Th. F. J. de; Dr. - Lab. for Chcm. Cytol., Dept. of Biol., Univ. of Niimcgcn, Toernooiveld, 

NIJMEGEN, Netherlands ■ ^ 

a Regulation of cell cycle and its significance for development and differentiation: the role of 

changes in membrane properties and structure, ion- and cyclic nucleotide metabolism. Physarum 



polycephaliim (Luniycetozoina), Xenopus laevis (Anura), neuroblastoma cells, Mus musculus 

(Rodentia) (with J. G. BLUEMINK, P. T. van der SAAG, S. W. de LAAT, and B. A. M. van der 

ZEIJST(Univ. of Utrecht)) 
GRFENHAM, L. W.; Dr. Dept. of Bacterid., Univ. of Bristol, University Walk, BRISTOL BS8 ITD, 

England 
a In vitro culture of disaggregated brain tissues of 18 day-old foetuses for morphological and 

pathological studies. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Developmental pathology (Crcutzfeldt-Jacob disease) of neurotropic C-type virus infection of 

foetal tissue cultures. Same species as a 
CREMO, Miss F.; M.D. 1st. di Istol. e Embriol. Gen., Univ. di Torino, Corso M.d'Azeglio 52, 10126 

TORINO, Italy 
GRIBNAU, Miss A. A. M.; Dr. - Dept. of Anat. and Embryol., Univ. of Nijmegen, Geert Grooteplein 

N. 21, NIJMEGEN, Netherlands 
a Development of the diencephalon. Macaca mulatta (Primates) 
GRIFEOND (ROGNON), Mrs. B.; Lic.es Sci. - Lab. de Zool. et Embryol., Univ. de Besangon, Place 

Marechal Leclerc, 25030 BESANf ON Cedex, France 
a Determinisme de la sexualite. Viviparus viviparus (Gastropoda) (avec L. GOMOT) 
GRIGNON, G.; Prof. - Lab. de Biol. Med., Univ. de Nancy I, 30 rue Lionnois, 54000 NANCY, France 
a Maturation du complexe hypothalamo-hypophysaire. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Rattus 

norvegicus (Rodentia) 
b Differenciation du tube seminiferc. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 

GRIM, M.; MUDr. - Dept. of Anat., Charles Univ., U nemocnice 3, 12800 PRAHA 2, Czechoslovakia 
a Prenatal development of muscles. Ambystoma mexicanum (Amphibia), Gallus domesticus (Aves), 

Homo sapiens (Primates) 
GRIPPO, P. - Lab. of Molec. Embryol., Consiglio Naz. delle Ricerche, Via Toiano 2, 80072 ARCO 

FELICE (Napoli), Italy 
GRODZINSKI, Z.; D.Sc, Prof. (Emer.) - Dept. of Comp. Anat., Jagellonian Univ., ul. Krupnicza 50, 

30-060 KRAk5w, Poland 
a Ultrastructure and some physico-chemical properties of yolk platelets. Triturus spec, Salamandra 

spec. (Urodcla) 
GROINENDIJK (HUIJBERS), Mrs. M. M.; M.D., D.Sc. - Dept. of Med. Anat. and Embryol., State 

Univ. of Utrecht, Janskerkhof 3A, UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a Interrelation of embryonic gonads, thyroids, pituitaries and oviducts; mechanism of oviduct 

regression in male and female, and of right ovary regression in female (hemicastration, castration, 

implantation of endocrine glands, administration of gonadal and other hormones). Gallus 

domesticus (Aves) 
b Hormonal dependency of down feather pigmentation (castration, pituitary implantation, 

modification of thyroid hormone levels, administration of drugs (a -MSH etc.)). Same species as a 
GRUFEYDD, LI. D.; Ph.D. - Marine Sci. Labs., Univ. CoU. of N.Wales, MENAI BRIDGE, Anglesey 

LL59 5EY, Wales, UK 
GRUN, G.; Dr. - Lchrst. fur Spez. ZooL, Ruhr-Univ., Universitiitsstr. 150, 463 BOCHUM, B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
a Ultrastructure and histochemistry of the differentiating retina. Tilapia spec. (Teleostei) 
GRUNEBERG, H.; Ph.D., M.D., D.Sc, Prof. (Emer.) - Dept. of Human Genet, and Biometry, Univ. 

Coll. London, Wolfson House, 4 Stephenson Way, LONDON NWl 2HE, England 
GRUNZ, H.; Dr.rer.nat. - Inst, fiir Biochem. und Molek. Biol., Eachbereich I (Vorklinik), Ereie Univ. 

Berlin, Arnimallee 22, 1 BERLIN 33, B.R.D. (Germany) 
GUARDABASSl, Miss A.; Dr.nat.sci., Prof. - Inst, of Histol. and Embryol., Univ. of Tormo, Via 

Giolitti 34, 10123 TORINO, Italy 
GUASTALLA, Miss A.; Dr. - Inst, of Histol. and Embryol., Univ. of Torino, Via Giolitti 34, 10123 

TORINO, Italy 
GUEDENET, J.C; Ing. - Lab. de Biol. Med., Univ. de Nancy I, 30 rue Lionnois, 54000 NANCY, 

France 
a Developpement du complexe hypothalamo-hypophysaire. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Rattus 

norvegicus (Rodentia) 
GUERRIER, P. C; D.Sc Stat. Biologique, place Georges-Teissier, 2921 1 ROSCOFF, France 
a Epigenesis of axial patterns during early development: intracellular activation and intercellular 

relations (microsurgery, isotope labehng). Dentalium spec. (Scaphopoda), Patella spec. (Gastro- 
poda), Sabellaria spec. (Polychaeta) 
b Morphogenetic significance of changes in membrane properties during meiosis and early develop- 
ment. Asterias spec, Sphaerechinus spec (Echinodermata), Sabellaria spec (Polychaeta) 
GUICHARD (CHAVENET), .Mrs. A.; M.Sc - Lab. de Chim. Horm., Maternite de Port-Royal, 123 Bd. 

de Port Royal, 75014 PARIS, France 
GUIET, Mrs. A. BARAT - Lab. de Biol, de la Reprod., Univ. P. et M. Curie, Tour 32, Rez de 

Chaussee, 4 place Jussieu, 75230 PARIS Cedex 05, France 
a Consommation et diffusion d'oxygene et action d'inhibiteurs enzymatiques de respiration dans 

les lobules placentaires in vitro. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
GUIGNARD, J.-L.; Prof. - Lab. de Bot., Fac de Pharm. de Paris-Sud, rue J.B.Clement, 92290 

CHATENAY-MALABRY, France 
a Differentiation of embryoids. Lychnis dioica (Caryophyllaceae) 
GUILLEMIN, Miss C: Dr.3e cycle - Lab. d'Embryol., Univ. de Paris VI, 4 place Jussieu, 75230 

PARIS Cedex 05, France 
a Ancuploid condition. Pleurodeles waltlii (Urodela) 
GUILLET, C; Dr.spec Dept. de BioL Gen. et Appl., Univ. de Lyon I, 43 Bd. du 11 Novembre 

43 



1918, 69621 VILLEURBANNE, France 
a Adenylic nucleotides during development. Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera), Pieris brassicae 

(Lepidoptera) 
GUILLET (BERNARD), Mrs. F.; Dr.3e cycle - Lab. d'Embryol., Univ. Paris VI, 4 place Jussieu, 

75230 PARIS Cedex 05, France 
a Multiple forms of isoenzyme systems during ontogenesis. Pleurodeles waltlii, P. poireti (Urodela) 
GUIRAO-PEREZ, M.; Med.Dr., Prof. - Inst. F.Oloriz, Fac. of Med., Univ. of Granada, GRANADA, 

Spain 
GULAMHUSEIN, A. P.; Ph.D. Dept. of Anat., Univ. of Leicester, University Rd., LEICESTER 

LEI 7RH, England 
a Reproduction, especially delayed implantation: 1. light and electron microscopy of the 

blastocyst and uterine epithelium; 2. histochemistry of the reproductive tract. Mustela crminea 

(Carnivora) 
b Light and electron microscopy of pre- and post implantation changes in the uterus. Putorius p. 

furo (Carnivora) 
c Development and structure of extra-embryonic membranes: placental labyrinth, paraplacental 

chorion, and haemophagous organ (light and electron microscopy). Putorius p. furo (Carnivora) 
d Reciprocal insemination and embryo transfer between Putorius p. furo and Mustela erminea 

(Carnivora) 
GULLUNI CUOMO, Mrs. M.; Dr. - 1st. di Biol. Gen., Fac. di Med., Univ. di Roma, Policlinico 

Umberto I, 00100 ROMA, Italy 
a Effects of gravity acceleration during growth of primary root. Vicia faba (Papilionaceae) 
b Effects of 1-asparaginase, strychnin, and veratrum during embryonic development. Rana 

esculenta, Bufo vulgaris (Anura) 
GUMPEL (PINOT), Mrs. M.; Dr. Sci. - Inst. d'Embryol. et Teratol. Exper. du C.N.R.S., 49bis Av. de 

la Belle Gabrielle, 94130 NOGENT-sur-MARNE, France 
a La croissance et la differenciation du bourgeon de membre in vitro. Gallus gallus (Aves) 
b Rapports mesenchyme axial - mesenchyme lateral dans i'organogenese du membre. Meme espece 

com me a 
c Organosenese du mesonephros. Gallus gallus, Coturnix c. japonica (Aves) (avec Y. CROISILLE et 

C. MARTIN) 
GURDON, J. B.; D.Phil. - Lab. of Molec. Biol., Med. Res. Counc, Hills Rd., CAMBRIDGE CB2 2QH, 

England 
a Gene expression in early development. (Amphibia) 
GUREEVA-PREOBRAGENSKAYA, Miss E. V. - Biol. Inst., Leningrad State Univ., LENINGRAD 

198904, U.S.S.R. 
a Experimental, morphological, cytochemical, and autoradiographic study of oocyte maturation. 

Clupeiformes, Percifornies, Cypriniformes (Teleostei) 
GUSTAFSON, T.; Fil.Dr., Prof. - Wenner-Gren Inst., Norrtullsgatan 16, 113 45 STOCKHOLM, 

Sweden 
a Control of morphogenetic movements and of larval muscular and ciliar activity by acetylcholine 

and serotonin; graded variation of sensor pacemaker, conductive and contractile activities along 
, the animal-vegetal axis and its relation to behaviour. Psammechinus miliaris (Echinoidea) 
GYEVAI (TOTH), Mrs. A. T. - Morphol. Dept., Inst, of Exper. Med., Hung. Acad, of Sci., Szigony u. 

43, P.O.B. 67, BUDAPEST 1083, Hungary 
a Fine structure and hormonal activity of intact and cultured embryonic adrenal cells of different 

species. Felis,domestica (Carnivora), Rattus spec. (Rodentia), Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Fine structure and hormonal activity of cultured embryonic hypophysis. Homo sapiens 

(Primates) 
HAARLEM, R. van - Dept. of Zool., Cathol. Univ., Toernooiveld, NIJMFGLN, Netherlands 
a Cell migration and pattern formation during early development. Nothobranchius neumanni 

(Teleostei) 
HABROVA (VILIMKOVA), Mrs. V.; RNDr. - Dept. of Exp. Zool., Charles Univ., Vinicnd 7, 12844 

PRAHA 2, Czechoslovakia 
a Nucleic acids and subcellular particles in oogenesis and early development. (Amphibia) (with 

J. NEDVfDEK) 
HACCIUS, Miss B.; Dr., Prof. - Inst, fur spez. Bot. der Univ., 65 MAINZ, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Adventitious buds or somatogenic embryos from in vitro cultivated tissues. Pisum sativum, 

Solanum tuberosum and other spp. (Angiospermae) 
b Adventitious embryos from cultivated ovules. (Angiospermae) 
c Phenocopying effects of phenylboronic acid. (Angiospermae) 

HACH, P.; M.D. Inst, of Embryol., Charles Univ., Albertov 4, 128 00 PRAHA 2, Czechoslovakia 
a Peri- and postnatal differentiation of rough endoplasmic reticulum in acinar pancreatic cells (ratio 

free: bounded ribosomes). Rattus rattus (Rodentia) 
b Differentiation and development of pigment granules and melanocytes in normal tissue and in 

tumours of different origin (incl. biochemistry). Rana esculenta (Anura), Mus musculus (Roden- 
tia), Homo sapiens (Primates) 
HADJHSKI, P.; Dr. - Lab. d'Histol., Fac. de Mc-d. de Paris, 45 rue des Saints-Peres, 75 PARIS Vie, 

France 
HADORN, F.; Dr. Phil., Prof. - Zool.-Vergl. Anat. Inst., Univ. Ziirich, Kiinstlergasse 16, 8006 

ZURICH, Switzerland 
a Determination, transdetermination and differentiation in cells of imaginal discs. Drosophila 

melanogaster, D. spec. (Diptera) 
HAFF1-:N (STFNGER), Mrs. K. F.; D.Sc. - Unite de Rech. No. 61, INSERM, Av.Moliere, 67200 

STRASBOURG/Hautepierre, France 

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a Biosynthesis of steroid iiormones in embryonic gonads. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 

HAGELIN, L.-O.: Dr. - Dept. of ZooL, Univ. of Stockholm, Box 6801, 113 86 STOCKHOLM, 

Sweden 
a Embryology of the membraneous labyrinth. Lampetra fluviatilis, L. planeri, Petromyzon marinus 

(Cyclostomata) 
HAGENMAIER, H. E.; Dr.rer.nat. - Inst, fur Zool., Rhein.-Westf.-Techn. Hochschule, Kopernikusstr. 

16, 51 AACHEN, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Bfochemistry of hatching. Salmo triitta, S. gairdneri (Teleostei) 
b Structure and chemistry of the chorion. Salmo gairdneri, Perca fluviatilis (Teleostei) 
HAGET, A.; Dr.es Sci., Prof. - Lab. de ZooL Exper., Univ. de Bordeaux 1, Av. des Facultes, 33405 

TALENCE, France 
a Activation du systeme ovulaire. Leptinotarsa spec. (Coleoptera) 
b Differenciation ultrastructurale du mesoderme splanchnique et de I'epithelium intestinal moyen. 

Meme espece comme a 
c Developpement embryonnaire des stemmates. Meme espece comme a 
HAGSTROM, B. E.; Fil.Dr. - Dept. of Pharmacol, and Toxicol., AB KABl, 104 25 STOCKHOLM 30, 

Sweden 
a The effect of drugs and environmental factors on development and morphogenesis (expermiental 

study; electron mi^croscopy). (E^chinoidea), marine spp. (Teleostei) 
b Teratogcnesis and mutagenesis, especially in early development. Laboratory animals (Mammalia), 

Homo sapiens (Primates) 
HAHNENKAMP, L. - Inst. Allg. Zool. und Exp. Morphol., Freie Univ., Kon.-Luise Str. 1-3, 1 

BERLIN 33, B.R.D. (Germany) . , . 

a Formation and differentiation of the post-naupliar germ band (comparative study, phylogeny). 

Isopoda, Cumacea, Tanaidacea, Amphipoda and other Malacostraca (Crustacea) 
b The cell-lineage of almost all post-naupliar cells is demonstrated by recording mitoses. Ligia 

oceanica (Isopoda, Crustacea) 
HALFER, Miss C. - 1st. di Genet., Univ. di Milano, Via Celoria 10, 20133 MILANO. Italy 
HAMBURGER. K.; Cand.mag. - Biol. Inst., Carlsberg Found, 16 Tagensvej, 2200 COPENHAGEN N, 

Denmark 
a Respiratory metabolism during early development (gradient diver technique). Rana oxyrrhinus, 

R. platyrrhinus (Anura) 
HAMES, B. D.; Ph.D. - Biol. Dept., Univ. of Essex, Wivenhoe Park, COLCHESTER, Essex C04 3SQ, 

England . • , x 

a Mechanisms of translational control during development. Dictyostelium discoideum (Acrasiales) 
HAMILTON, Miss L.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Biol, as AppL to Med., Middlesex Hosp. Med. Sch., LONDON 

\V1P6b'd, England 
a Haploid svndromc. Xenopus spp. (Anura) 

b Radiation sensitivity of haploid and diploid embryos. Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
c Haploid and diploid tissues (electron microscopy). Same species as b (with H. FOX, Dept. of 

HAMILTON. W. J.; Prof. (Emer.) - 45 Wolsey Rd., Moor Park, NORTHWOOD, Middlesex, England 
a Placenta. Callithrix jacchus (Primates) x,cu aa,t7xt n p r» 

HAMMERLING, J.; Dr.phil.. Prof. (Emer.) - Schopenhauerstr.27, 2940 WILHELMSHAVEN. B.R.D. 

HANCOCK J^L.; Ph.D., Prof. - Dept. of Anat., Royal Vet. Coll., LONDON NAVl OTU, England 
a Intergeneric hybrids. Capra hircus x Ovis aries (Artiodactyla) 

b Developmental pathology of hybrid placenta. Same species as a . c 

c Immunological aspects of foetal-maternal relationships exemplified by hybrid gestation. Same 

species as a (with P. T. McGOVERN) ...,,„r^ , „ o i^ 

HANKE, W.; Dr., Prof. - Zool. Inst. II der Univ., Kaiserstr. 12, 75 KARLSRUHE 1, B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
a Influence of hormones on skin. Rana temporaria (Anura), Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Effects of adrenocortical hormones. Anguilla anguilla (Teleostei), Ambystoma spec. (Urodela), 

Rana temporaria, Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
c Development of endocrine tissue. Ambystoma spec. (Urodela), Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
d Influence of hormones on metamorphosis; effects of different hormones depending on the stage 

of development. Ambystoma spec. (Urodela), Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
HANOCQ, Miss F. A.; Lic.Sci.Zool. - Dept. of Molec.Biol., Free Univ. of Brussels, 67 rue des 

Chevaux, 1640 RHODE-ST.-GENf;SE, Belgium 
a Nucleic acid metabolism (chiefly DNA) during maturation ot oocytes (autoradiography, 

biochemistry). (Amphibia) 
b The hypothetical hepatic origin of the DNA associated to yolk platelets. Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
HANOCO (QUERTIFR) Mrs J A.; Dr.en Sci.Biol. - Dept. of Molec.Biol, Free University of Bru.ssels, 

67 rue des Chevaux,' 1640 RH0DE-ST.-GEN£SE, Belgium 
a Mechanismsof in vitro maturation. Xenopus laevis (Anura) r , om oa 

HANSEN-DELKESKAMP, Mrs. E.; Dr. - Fachber. Biol., Univ. Regensburg, Postfach 397, «4 

REGENSBURG 2, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a MetaboHsm of oocytes, eggs, and embryos. Acheta domesticus (Orthoptera) ... 

b Enzyme patterns and regulation of metabohc pathways and biochemical differentiation m the 

early embryo. Same species as a „ „ „„, „^ ,,.,t- o ^ j 

HANSSON MILD K.; Fil. Dr. - Dept. of Zoophysiol., Univ. of Umea, S 901 87 UMEA, Sweden 
a Permeation, diffusion of wate'r and osmoregulation. Rana spp. (Anura) 
b Cortical tension. Same species as a 

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HARA, K.; Ph.D. - Hubrecht Lab. (Intern. Embryol. Inst.), Uppsalalaan 8, Universiteitscentrum "De 

Uithof ', UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a Cinematography of cleavage pattern and gastrulation movement. Ambystoma mexicanum 

(Urodela), Xenopus laevis (Anura) (with E. C. BOTERENBROOD) 
b The origin of the dorso-ventral polarity of the egg (microcinematographv). Discoglossus pictus, 

Xenopus laevis (Anura) (with P. D. NIEUWKOOP) 
HARREBOMIiE, Mrs. A. E.; M.D. - Div. of Exper. Morphol., Anat.-Embryol. Inst., Univ. of Amster- 
dam, Mauritskade 61, AMSTERDAM-0., Netherlands 
a Regeneration blastemata induced in heterotopic positions and their development. Ambystoma 

mexicanum (Urodela) 
b Differentiation and de-differentiation during regeneration. Same species as a 
HARRICANE (VORS), Mrs. M.-C; Dr.spec. - Lab. d'Histol. et d'Embryol., Univ. de Montpellier, 2 

rue Ecole de Medecinc, 34000 MONTPELLIER, France 
HARRIS, J.W. S.; Ph.D., Prof. - Dept. of Anat., Sch. of Med., Royal Free Hosp., 8 Hunter St., 

LONDON WCIN IBP, England 
a Morphogenesis of nose and palate. Mus musculus, Rattus spec, Mesocricetus auratus (Rodentia), 

Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Effect of trophoblast on uteroplacental blood vessels. Mesocricetus auratus (Rodentia), Homo 

sapiens (Primates) 
HARRISON, P. R.; Ph.D. - Beatson Inst, for Cane. Res., Royal Beatson Mem. Hosp., 132 Hill St., 

GLASGOW G3 6UD, Scotland, U.K. 
a Control mechanisms during activation and expression of globin genes in erythroid cell develop- 
ment in foetal liver. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Biochemistry and genetics of the coordinate regulation of erythroid functions during foetal liver 

development and in Friend-virus transformed leukemic erythroblasts. Same species as a 
HARRISON, R. G.; D.M., Prof. - Dept. of Anat., Univ. of Liverpool, P.O.Box 147, LIVERPOOL 

L69 3BX, England 
a Factors influencing the process of spermatogenesis. Rattus norvegicus, Gerbillinae (Rodentia), 

Homo sapiens (Primates) =* 
HARRISON, R. J.; M.D., D.Sc, F.R.S., Prof. - Anat. School, Univ. of Cambridge, Downing St., 

CAMBRIDGE CB2 3DY, England 
a Reproduction, gonads, placenta, endocrine organs. Phoca spec, (Pinnipedia), Tursiops spec, 

Delphinus spec. (Cetacea) 
HARRISSON, F. - Lab. of Anat. and EmbryoL, State Univ. Ctr., Groenenborgerlaan 171, 2020 

ANTWERPEN, Belgium 
a Biogenic amines in the hypothalamo-hypophyseal system, especially ontogenesis. (Aves; 

Mammalia) 
b Role of neural crest cells in cmbryogenesis, possible neural crest origin of APUD-cells. (Aves; 

Mammalia) 
HARTE, Miss C; Dr., Prof. - Inst, fur Entw.physiol., Univ. zu Koln, Gvrhofstr. 17, 5 KOLN 41, 

B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Interactions between genes and environment in controlling morphogenesis of leaves. Antirrhinum 

majus (Scrophulariaceae) 
b Growth of callus, and differentiation in tissue cultures of different mutants. Oenothera hookeri 

(Onagraceae), Antirrhinum majus (Scrophulariaceae) 
HARTMAN, W.; D.V.M. ^ Vet. Anat. and Embryol. Inst., State Univ. of Utrecht, Bekkerst. 141, 

UTRECHT, Netherlands 

no embryological work in progress 
HARTMANN, R.;Dr.rer.nat. - Zool. Inst, der Univ., Weyertal 119, 5 KOLN 41, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Light and electron microscopy of spermatheca development in connection with endocrine 

ablations. Gomphocerus rufus, Schistocerca gregaria (Acridinae, Ortiioptera) 
HARTWIG, H.; Dr.phil., Prof. - Zool. Inst, der Univ., Weyertal 119, 5 KOLN 41, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Wirkungsmechanismus von Schilddriisenhormonen. Salamandra spec, Triturus spec, Ambystoma 

spec (Urodela) 
b Epithelcysten. Same species as a 
c ^ Geweihbildung. Capreolus capreolus (Artiodactyla) 
HASEK, M.; M.D. Dept. of Exp. Biol, and Genet., Inst, of Biol., Czech. Acad, of Sci., Flemmingovo 

nam. 2, PRAHA 6, Czechoslovakia 
HATIER (AUTELIN), Mrs. R.; LicSci. - Lab. de Biol. Med., Univ. de Nancy I, 30 rue Lionnois, 

54000 NANCY, France 
a Histogenese et maturation de Taxe hypothalamo-hypophyso-surrenalien. Gallus domesticus 

(Aves) 
HAUENSCHILD, C; Dr.rer.nat., Prof. - ZooL Inst, der Techn. Univ., Pockelsstr. 10a, 3300 

BRAUNSCHWEIG, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Reproduction, sex differentiation, endocrinology, and periodicity. Platynereis spec, Ophryotro- 

cha spec and other spp. (Polyciiaeta) 
HAUSER, R. F.; Ph.D., Prof. - Div. of Cell and Developm. Biol., Zool. Inst., Univ. of Bern, Salilist. 8, 

3012 BI'RN, Switzerland 
a The role of the subcommissural organ in norma! development and regeneration of axial struc- 
tures. Xenopus laevis (Anur^i), various spp. (Vertebrata) 
HAY, Miss M. I".; Dr. - A.R.C. Unit of Reprod. Physiol, and Biochem., Anim. Res. Stat., 307 

Huntingdon Rd., CAMBRIDGE CB3 OJO, England 
a Histology, ultrastructure, and steroidogenic capacity of ovarian follicles. Ovis aries (Artiodactyla) 
b Maturation of follicular oocytes in vitro. Same species as a 

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HEAYSMAN (WAKELING), Mrs. J. E. M.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Zool., Univ. Coll. London, Gower St., 

LONDON WCIE 6BT, England 
a Cellular interaction in tissue culture 

HEDLUND, K.-O.; Fil.kand. ZooL Inst., Univ. of Uppsala, Box 561, 75122 UPPSALA 1, Sweden 
HEESEN, D. te; Dipl.-Biol. - Emschergenossenschaft, Kronprinzenstr. 23, 41 ESSEN, B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
a Dfvelopment of freshwater species as a test for pollution. (Teleostei) 
HFIMLER, - I. ZooL Inst, der Univ. Erlangen-Nurnberg, Universitiitsstr. 19, 852 ERLANGEN, B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
a Comparative embryology of coelom. Lanice conchilega (Polychaeta) 
HEINE, H.; Dr.rer.nat.habil. - Zentr. der Morphol. (Dr. Senckenbergische Anat.) der Univ., Theodor- 

Stern-Kai 7, 6 FRANKFURT/M., B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Proteoglycans of the cellular matrix in embryonic tissues, especially heart and vessels. 

(Mammalia) 
HEIZMANN, C. W.: PJi.D. - Inst, of Cell Biol., Swiss Fed. Inst, of Technol., Honggerberg, 8049 

ZURICH, Switzerland 
a Myofibrillar organellogenesis. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
HEIZMANN, P.; Dr.Ing. - Sect, de Biol. Gener. et AppL, Univ. de Lyon I, 43 Bd. du 11 Novembre 

1918, 69621 VILLEURBANNE, France 
HELFENBEIN, L. L.; B.Sc. - Dept. of Biol., Kharkov State Univ., Dzerjinsky Square 4, KHARKOV, 

U.S.S.R. 
a History of developmental biology in Russia and abroad 

HELMSING, P. J.; Dr. - Dept. of Genet., Univ. of Nijmegen, Toernooiveld, NIJMEGEN, Netherlands 
a Changes in nuclear protein patterns related with gene activation. Drosophila hydei (Diptera) 
b RNA metabolism in newly activated puffs. Same species as a 

HEMMINGS, W. A.; D.Sch. ^ ZooL Dept., Univ. Coll. of N.Wales, BANGOR, Caerns., Wales, U.K. 
a Protein transport to the foetus. Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha) 

b Protein transport across the gut of the sucklina and mature animals. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
HENDELBI;RG, J.; Fil.Dr. - ZooL Inst., Univ. of Uppsala, Box 561, S-75122 UPPSALA 1, Sweden 
HENGST, R. T. M.; Drs. - Hubrecht Lab. (Intern. Embryol. Inst.), Uppsalalaan 8, "De Uithof, 

UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a Establishment of bilateral symmetry in the unclcaved egg, studied by cytoplasm transplantation. 

Xenopus lacvis, Discoglossus pictus (Anura) 
HENOU, Mrs. C; Dr.3c cycle - Lab. de Biol. Anim., Univ. de Clermont, B.P. 45, 63170 AUBIERE, 

France 
a Action du herbicide paraquat sur I'cmbryon. (Aves) 
HERBERT, C. F.; Ph.D. - Dept. of BioL Sci., Portsmouth Polytechnic, Park Rd., PORTSMOUTH 

POl 2DY, England 
a Gonadal cycle. Lacerta vivipara (Laccrtilia) 

b H3-thymidine studies of tiie developing neural crest Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
c Electron microscopy of the developing pituitary and median eminence in larvae. Same species as 

b 
HERP, F. van; Ph.D. Dept. of Zool., Cathol. Univ., Toernooiveld, NIJMEGEN, Netherlands 
a Sensitivity of larval and juvenile stages to neurohumoral substances. (Decapoda, Crustacea) 
b Development of the neurosecretory system. (Decapoda, Crustacea) 
HERRMANN, K. I. Zool. Inst, der Univ. Eriangen-Niirnberg, Universitiitsstr. 19, 852 ERLANGEN, 

B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Experimental analysis of metamorphosis. Actinotrocha spec. (Phoronidea) 
HESS, O.; Dr.rer nat., Prof. ~ Inst, flir AUgem. Biol., Univ. Diisseldorf, Ulenbergstr. 127-129, 4000 

DOSSELDORF, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Experimental embryology. Bithynia tentaculata and other spp. (Gastropoda) 
b Gene physiology, Y chromosome. Drosophila spp. (Diptera) 
c Genetic regulation of differentiation; male germ line cells. Same species as b 
HESZKY, L. E.; Dr. - Tissue Cult. Lab., Natl. Inst, of Agrobotany, 2766 TAPl6SZELE, Hungary 
a Morphogenesis in callus and antiier cultures; tissue and embryo differentiation from somatic 

cells: Papilionaceae, Datura spec, Daucus spec, Oryza spec, and from haploid cells: Oryza spec, 

Zea mays, Hordeum spec, Triticum spec. (Angiospermae) 
b Physiology of cell and tissue differentiation and somatic embryogenesis in callus cultures. 

Nicotiana tabacum, Daucus carota (Angiospermae) 
HEWITT, W.; M.B., B.S. - Dept. of Anat., St. Thomas's Hosp. Med. School, LONDON SEl 7EH, 

England 
a Development of the brain. Homo sapiens and other spp. (Mammalia) 
HIMELSTEIN-BRAW, Mrs. R.; M.Sc - Finsen Lab., Finsen Inst., 49 Strandboulevarden, 2100 

COPENHAGEN (?, Denmark 
a Follicle growth and atresia in the immature ovary. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Effect of irradiation of the neonatal thymus on development of the ovary. Mus musculus 

(Rodentia) 
HINCHLIFFE, J. R.; Ph.D. - Zool. Dept., Univ. Coll. of Wales, Penglais, ABERYSTWYTH 

SY23 3DA, Wales, U.K. 
a Contribution of cell death to genesis of form in the limb: suppression and extension of necrosis 

in talpid3 and wingless mutants. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b Autoradiography (35S04 uptake) of emergence of chondrogenic pattern in the limb, and its 

significance for the evolution of lungfish paddle into amphibian limb. Ambystoma mexicanum 

(Urodela), Gallus domesticus (Aves) 

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c Ultrastructure of blastocyst implantation. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 

HINRICHSEN, K.; Dr.med., Prof. - Lehrstuhl fur Anat.I, Ruhr-Univ., Universitiitsstr. 150, Postfach 

2148, 463 BOCHUM, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Thymus and lympathic system, cell regeneration and migration. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Morphogenesis of epitiieliogenic organs. Mus musculus (Rodentia), Homo sapiens (Primates) 
HIRN, M.; Dr.spec. - Lab. de Morphogenet. Anim., Univ. de Provence - Centre St. Charles, Place 

Victor Hugo, 13331 MARSKILLE-Cedex 3, France 
a Regeneration. Cercyra hastata (Turbellaria) 
b Relation between wound licaling and polarity 
HOARAU, P.; Dr.spec. - Lab. de Morphogenet. Anim., Univ. de Provence - Centre St. Charles, Place 

Victor Hugo, 13331 MARSEILLH-Cedex 3, France 
a Analyse des territoires de regeneration. Helleria brcvicornis (Isopoda, Crustacea) 
HOARE (STERN), Mrs. M. S.; Ph.D. - Zool. Dept., Univ. Coll. of N.Wales, BANGOR, Caerns., Wales, 

U.K. 
a Experimental studies in early mammalian embryos. Mus musculus, Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
HOFMAN, Miss Lj.; D.Sc. - Inst, of Biol., Fac. of Med., Univ. of Zagreb, Salata 3, P.O. Box 166, 

41001 ZAGREB, Yugoslavia 
a Early differentiation; transplantation, in vitro culture. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) (with 

N. SKREB) 
HOFMANN, D. K.; Dr.rer.nat. - Inst, fiir Entw.physiol., Univ. zu Koln, Gyrhofstr. 17, 5 k6LN41, 

B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Experimental study on endocrine control of caudal regeneration. Platynereis dumerilii 

(Polychaeta) 
b General and experimental study of reproduction, development, and endocrinology. Eunice 

siciliensis (Polychaeta) 
HOHL, H. R.; Dr.sc.nat., Prof. - Cytol. Lab., Inst, of Gen. Bot., Univ. of Zurich, Birchstr. 95. 8050 

ZURICH, Switzerland 
a Submicroscopic morphogenesis. Dictyostelium discoideum and other spp. (Acrasiales), Phytoph- 

thora parasitica and other spp. (Phycomycetes) 
HOLDEN, Miss J. J.; Ph.D. - Inst, of Genet., Biol. Res. Ctr., Hungarian Acad, of Sci., P.O.B. 521 

6701 SZEGED, Hungary 
a Cell determination and differentiation in embryos and imaginal discs. Drosophila melanogaster 

(Diptera) 
b Genetics of heat-shock proteins. Same species as a 

c Ecdysone synthesis in the ring gland-brain complex in vitro. Same species as a 
HOLDEREGGER, C; Ph.D. ~ Inst, of Cell Biol., Swiss Fed. Inst, of Technol., Honggerberc, 8049 

ZURICH, Switzerland 
a Electron microscopy of giant chromosomes. Chironomus spec. (Diptera) 
HOLLAND, D. L.; Ph.D. - N.E.R.C. Unit of Marine Invert. Biol., Marine Sci. Labs., Univ. Coll. of 

North Wales, MENAI BRIDGE, Anglesey LL59 5EY, Wales, U.K. 
HOLM, K. A; Fil.Dr. - Zool. Inst., Univ. of Uppsala, Box 561, S-75122 UPPSALA 1, Sweden 
HOLT (SULEY), Mrs. A. C. E.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Zoo!., Reading Univ., Whiteknights Park, READING 

RG6 2AJ, England 
a Developmental genetics, especially of variegated phenotypes. Mesocricetus auratus (Rodentia) 
HOLTER, H.; Ph.D. - Biol. Inst., Carlsberg Found., 16 Tagensvej, 2200 COPENHAGEN N, Denmark 
HOMANN, H. A.; Dr.rer.nat. - I. Physik. Inst., Univ. Gottingen, Siegemiihienwcg 61, 34 

GOTTINGEN, B.R.D. 

no embryological work in progress 
HOORN, A. J. W.; Drs. - Dept. of Popul. and Evol. Biol., Genet. Inst., Univ. of Utrecht, Transitorium 

III, Padualaan 8, UTRi:CHT, Netherlands 
a Amylase isozymes. Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 
HOPERSKAYA, Mrs. O. A.; Cand.biol.sci. - Inst, of Devi. Biol., USSR Acad, of Sci., Vavilov St. 26, 

MOSCOW 117334, U.S.S.R. 
a Specific induction by lens epithelial cells in gastrula ectoderm. Rana temporaria, Xenopus laevis 

(Anura) 
b Isolation of the inductive substances from lens epithelial cells. Rana temporaria (Anura) 
c Mechanisms causing periodic albinism in a mutation (aP). Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
d Conditions of the initiation of development and the positioning of axial rudiment in the early 

blastoderm. Leuciscus bergi (Cyprinidae), Epiplatys shaperi (Cyprinodontidae. Teleostei) 
HORNBLAD, P. Y.; M.D. Lab. of Teratol., Karolinska Inst., S-104 01 STOCKHOLM 60, Sweden 
HORNBY, Miss J. E.; Ph.D. Dept. of Zool., Univ. of Reading, Whiteknights Park, READING 

RG6 2AJ, England 
a Cell connnunication and cell sorting. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
HORSTADIUS, S.; Fil.Dr.. Prof. (Emer.) - Zool. Inst., Univ. of Uppsala, Box 561, 75122 UPPSALA 

1, Sweden 
HORTON, J. D.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Zool., Univ. of Durham, Science Labs., South Rd., DURHAM 

DHl 3Li;, England 
a The role of the thymus in the ontogeny of immunity and the mechanism of graft rejection and 

tolerance (alloimmune responses of animals thymectomized at extremely early stages of 

lymphoid organ maturation). Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
HORVATH, Miss C; M.D. Lab. d! mbryol. ct de Cytogenet., Fac. de Med., Saint-Antoine, 27 rue 

Chaligny, 75571 PARIS Cedex 12, i'mice 
a Teratogenesis. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Rattus rattus, Mus nniscuhis, Mesocricetus auratus 

(Rodentia) 



b Effect of teratogens on chromosomes. Rattus rattus (Rodentia) 

c Teratogenic action of inhibitors of cholesterol synthesis. Mus musculus, Rattus rattus (Rodentia), 

Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha) 
HOUILLON,Ch.;D.Sc., Prof. - Lab. de Biol. Anim. (2e sect.), Univ. de Paris VI, 12 rue Cuvier, 75230 

PARIS Cedex 05, France 
HOURDRY, J. - Lab. de Biol.-Vertebr., Centre d'Orsay, Univ. de Paris XI, Bat. 441, 91405 ORSAY, 

France 
HOUS^AINT, Mrs. E. - Lab. d'Embryol., Univ. de Nantes, 38 Bd.Michelet, B.P. 1044, 44037 

NANTES Cedex, France 
a Differenciation biochimique des hepatocytes. Gallus gallus (Aves) 

b Etude experimentale du developpement du foie. Gallus gallus (Aves), Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
c Cultures d'hepatocytes d'embryons. Gallus gallus, Coturnix c. japonica (Aves) 
d Embryonic origin of lymphocytes in the bursa of Fabricius. Same species as c 
HOYES, A. D.; Ph.D. - Anat. Dept., St.Mary's Hosp. Med. School, Norfolk Place, LONDON \V.2, 

England 
a Ultrastructure of the chorion laeve and decidua. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Ultras"tructure of haematopoiesis in the liver and bone marrow. Same species as a 
HUBER, W.; D.Sc, Prof. - Naturhist. Museum, und Zool. Inst, der Univ., Abt. fiir Morphol. und Biol. 

der Wirbeltiere, Bernast. 15, 3005 BERN, Switzerland 
a Biomctrie des Schadels. Canis familiaris (Carnivora), Rupicapra rupicapra (Artiodactyla) 
b Postembryonales Wachstum. Canis familiaris (Carnivora) 
c Geschlechtszyklus. Rupicapra rupicapra (.Artiodactyla) 
d Fortptlanzung und Geschlechtszyklus. Sciurus vulgaris (Rodentia) 
e Fortpflanzung und Reproduktionsleistung. Lepus europaeus (Lagomorpha), Canis familiaris 

(Carnivora) 
HUBERT, Miss C. - Lab. de Chim. Horm., Maternite de Port Royal, 123 Bd. de Port Royal, 75014 

PARIS, France 
a Protein synthesis and characterization of specific proteins in a cell free system from the placenta. 

Homo sapiens (Primates) 
HUBERT-VAN STEVENS, Mrs. E. M. C. - Dept. of Molec. Biol., Free Univ. of Brussels, 67 rue des 

Chevaux, 1640 RHODE-ST-GENfeSE, Belgium 
a Maturation of oocytes. Xenopus laevis (Anura) 

HUBERT, J.; Dr.es Sci. Lab. de Biol. Anim., Univ. de Clermont, B.P. 45, 63170 AUBIERE, France 
a Lignee germinale chcz I'embryon, Ic jeune et I'adulte; etude descriptive et experimentale, 

ultrastructure. Lacerta vivipara, L. muralis, L. viridis, Anguis fragilis (Lacertilia) 
HUCHON, Miss D. E.; Dr. Sci. - Lab. d'Embryol., Univ. Paris VI, 4 place Jussieu, 75230 PARIS 

Cedex 05, France 
a Serum lipoprotein in relation witii yolk formation. Discoglossus pictus (Anura) 
HUET, C. - Lab. de Biol. Anim. A, Fac. des Sci., Univ. Paris-Sud, Bat.445, 91405 ORSAY, France 
a Developpement de I'appareil genital male et femelle de la larve. Tenebrio molitor (Coleoptera) 
HUET, M. - Lab. de Biol. Anim. A, Fac. des Sci., Univ. Paris-Sud, Bat.445, 91405 ORSAY, France 
a Regeneration (influence des rayons X et du systeme nerveux). Asterina gibbosa (Asteroidea) 
b Regeneration de la patte. Pleurodeles poireti (Urodela) 

HULTIN, J. M. T.; Fil.Dr. - Wenner-Gren Inst., Norrtullsgatan 16, 113 45 STOCKHOLM, Sweden 
a Protein and nucleic acid metabolism in early development. Artemia salina (Anostraca, Crustacea), 

(Echinoidea) 
HUMIIMSKI, S.; Dr.hab. - Chair of Zool., Coll. of Agric, Cybulskiego 20, 50-205 WROCLAW, Poland 
HURLE GONZALEZ, J. M.; Dr.Med. - Serv. de Embriol. Exper., Dept. de Anat., Fac. de Med., 

SANTANDER, Spain 
a Cell death during normal and abnormal morphogenesis (stages 9-34 H.H.; optic and electron 

microscopy). Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b Development and role of cardiac jelly (microsurgery, optic and electron microscopy). Same 

species as a 
HURST, P. R.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Anat., Med. School, Univ. of Birmingham, Edgbaston, BIRMING- 
HAM BI5 2TJ, England 
a Development of embryos in normal and lUD (intra-uterine device) treated animals. Mus musculus 

(Rodentia), Homo sapiens and other spp. (Primates) 
lANNELLO, Miss A.; Dr.rer.nat. - 1st. di Anat. Umana Norm., Univ. di Catania, Via Biblioteca 4, 

95124 CATANIA, Italy 
a Sviluppo delle ossa interparietali e preinterparietali. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
IGNATJEVA, Mrs. G. M.; Cand.biol.sci. - Inst, of Developm. Biol., Acad, of Sci. of the U.S.S.R., 

Vavilov St.26, MOSCOW 117334, U.S.S.R. 
a Relative duration of embryonic periods in connection with the morphogenetic function of nuclei 

and yolk. Misgurnus fossilis, Esox lucius and otlier spp. (Teleostei), Ambystoma mexicanum 

(Urodela) 
IKONICOFF (KAPLAN), Mrs. L.; Dr.en Med., Dr.3e Cycle - Lab. de Chim. Horm., Maternite de 

Port-Royal, 123 Bd. de Port Royal, 75014 PARIS, France 
ILIES, A.; Dr.Biol. - Inst. d'Histochim. Med., Univ. Rene Descartes, 45 rue des Sts. Peres, 75270 

PARIS Cedex 06, France 
a Normal and pathological necrotic areas in embryonic development. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Normal and pathological development of the embryo. Same species as a 
ILLIS, L. S.; M.D. - Wessex Neurol. Centre, Southampton Univ. Hosp., SOUTHAMPTON S09 4XY, 

England 
a Changes in synapses and gha after partial denervation of the central nervous system, and the 

factors which influence the time course of its regeneration. Rattus spec. (Rodentia), Felis 

domestica (Carnivora) . „ 



b Changes following repetitive stimulation of the central nervous system. Same species as a 

IMMERS, J.; Fil.Dr. - Wenner-Gren Inst., Norrtullsgatan 16, 113 45 STOCKHOLM, Sweden 

a Biochemical factors in embryonic and larval development, particularly the role of mucopoly- 
saccharides. Paracentrotus Hvidus (Pxhinoidea) 

b Changes in interaction between proteins and nucleic acids in the course of early development. 
Paracentrotus lividus, Psammechinus miliaris (Echinoidea) 

c Interaction of animal-vegetal morphogenes with respect to double gradient concept. (Echinoidea) 

INGLE, R.W.; Ph.D. - Dept.^of Zool., Brit. Museum (Nat. Hist.), Cromwell Rd., LONDON SW7 5BD, 
England 

a Larval development. (Brachyura, Decapoda, Crustacea) 

INIGUEZ LOBETO, C. - Serv. Embriol. Exp., Dept. Anat., Fac. de Med., Av. Ramon y Cajal, 
VALLADOLID, Spain 

a Action of zinc upon development. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 

ISH-HOROWICZ, D.; Ph.D. - Abt. Zellbiol., Biozentrum der Univ., Klingclbergstr.70, 4056 BASEL, 
Switzerland 

a Genetics of heat-shock proteins. Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 

ISTAMBOULI, A.; M.es Sci. - Lab. de Morphogen. Veget., Univ. d'Aix-Marseille III, Centre 
St-Charles, place Victor Hugo, 13331 MARSEILLE Cedex 3, France 

a La dormance des graines et des bourgeons. Olea europaea (Oleaceae) 

IVANOFF-GERARD, Mrs. A. - Lab. d'EmbryoL, Univ. de Nancy I, 31 rue Lionnois, 54000 NANCY, 

a Histogenese des systemes aminergiques diencephaliques a partir du 6e jour de la vie embryonnaire 

jusqu'a la quatrieme semaine postnatale. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
IVANOV E. A.; Cand.sci. - Chair of Embryol., Biol. Fac, State Univ. of Moscow, Lenm Hills, 

MOSCOW 117234, U.S.S.R. . ^^ ^ ^„ 

a Experiments on the segmentation of the axial mesoderm. Rana temporana (Anura), Gallus 

domesticus (Aves) , r. ^ r^ 

IVANOV, J. A.; Dr. - Dept. of Embryol., Univ. of Moscow, Lenin Hills, MOSCOW 117234, U.S.S.R. 

temporarily: Dept. of Anat., London Hosp. Med. Coll., Turner St., LONDON E.l, England 
a Somite morphogenesis. Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
IVANOV V. I.; Dr. - Lab. of Exp. Genet., Inst, of Med. Genet., Kashirskoye Chaussee 6a, MOSCOW 

115478, U.S.S.R. 
a Determination of imaginal disc cells in normal and mutant strains. Drosophila melanogaster 

(Diptera) 
b Interaction of homoeotic and non-homoeotic genes during development. Same species as a 
IVANOVA (KASAS), Mrs. O. M.; Dr.biol.sci., Prof. - Dept. of Embryol., Leningrad State Univ.. 

Mendeleevsky St. 5, LENINGRAD 199164, U.S.S.R. 
a Comparative embryology. Synoicum pulmonaria (Ascidiacea) 
b Asexual reproduction. Same species as a 
IVEMARK, B. I.; M.D., Prof. - Dept. of Pediat. Pathol., Karolinska sjukhuset, 104 01 STOCKHOLM 

60, Sweden , ,„•.,■ 

IZMAILOW Miss R.; Dr. - Dept. of Plant Cytol. and Embryol., Inst, ol Bot., Jagelloman Univ., 

Grodzka 52, 31-044 KRAKOW, Poland 
a Control of apomixis (cytology, embryology). Alchemilla spec. (Rosaceae), Ranunculus auricomus 

(Ranunculaceae) 
JACOB, H. J.; Dr.med. - Lehrstuh! fiir Anat. I, Ruhr-Univ., Universitiitsstr. 150, Postfach 2148, 463 

BOCHUM-Querenburg, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Development of vertebral column. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b Differentiation of somites. Same species as a 

c Ultrastructure of connective tissue differentiation. Same species as a 
d Scanning and transmission electron microscopy of prelaying stages. Gallus domesticus, Coturnix 

c. japonica (Aves) 
e Origin and development of musculature. Same species as d 
JACOB, J.; Ph. D. - Inst, of Anim. Genet., Univ. of Edinburgh, West Mains Rd., EDINBURGH 

EH9 3JN, Scotland, U. K. 
a Ultrastructural changes and patterns of DNA, RNA, and protein synthesis in differentiating cells 

as studied by E.M. autoradiography. Xenopus laevis (Anura), Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Characterization of DNA by in situ hybridization of labelled RNA with ultrathin sections of cells 

and tissues. Xenopus laevis (Anura), mouse L cells, HeLa cells (Mammalia) 
JACOB (LOES), Mrs. M.; Dr.med. - Lehrstuhl fiir Anat.I, Ruhr Univ., Universitatsstr. 150, Postfach 

2148, 463 BOCHUM-Oucrcnhurg, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Development of vertebral column. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b Differentiation of somites. Same species as a 

c Ultrastructure of connective tissue differentiation. Same species as a 
d Scanning and transmission electron microscopy of prelaying stages. Gallus domesticus, Coturnix 

c. japonica (Aves) 
e Origin and development of musculature. Same species as d 
JACOBSON, D. C. O.; Fil.Dr., Prof. - Zool. Inst., Univ. of Uppsala, Box 561. S-75122 UPPSALA 1, 

JACQUOT, R. L.; D.Sc, Prof. Lab. de Physiol. Anim., Univ. de Reims, B.P. 347, 51062 REIMS 

Cedex, France 
a Pre- and postnatal changes in glucose and glycogen metabolism of the liver cell; eventually assays 

on isolated cultured hepatocytes; electron microscopy. Rattus norvegicus (Rodcntia) 

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b Hemopoietic function of the foetal liver; factors controlling its progressive disappearance. Rattus 

norvegicus (Rodentia) (with J. NAGEL) 
c Endocrine function of the foetal pancreas; insulin blood levels in the foetus and in the mother. 

Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) (with J. M. FELIX, B. C. J. SUTTER, and Mrs. M. T. SUTTER) 
JAFFRAY, J. Y. ^ Lab. d'Histol.-EmbryoL, Fac. de Med., Bd.Winston Churchill, B.P. 38, 63001 

CLERMONT-FERRAND Cedex, France 
a Chromosome ultrastructure. Homo sapiens {Primates) 
JAGERSTEN, K. G. M.; Fil.Dr., Prof.(Emer.) - ZooL Inst., Univ. of Uppsala, Box 561, S-75I22 

UPPSALA I, Sweden 
JALOUZOT, R. ^ Lab. de Biol. Cell., Univ. de Reims, B.P. 347, 51062 REIMS Cedex, France 
JAMES, B. L.; Ph.D. - Dept. of ZooL, Univ. Coll. of Swansea, Singleton Park., SWANSEA, 

Glamorgan, Wales, U.K. 
a Larval biology. Helicometra spec, Meiogymnophallus spec. Microphallus spec, Renicola spec. 

(Trematoda) 
JAMES, D. A.; D.Phil. - Dept. of Pathol., Wellcome Res. Labs., Langley Court, BECKENHAM, Kent 

BR3 3BS, England 
a Teratogenicity of pharmaceuticals. Mus musculus, Rattus spec. (Rodentia), Oryctolagus cuniculus 

(Lagomorpha) 
JAMES, D. W.; B.S., Prof. - Dept. of Anat. and Embrvol., Univ. Coll. London. Gower St., LONDON 

WC1E6BT, England 
JANDIERI, Miss K. M. - Dept. of Developm. Biol., Inst, of Exp. Morphol., Acad, of Sci. of the SSR, 

Digomi, 380059 TBILISI, U.S.S.R. 
a Participation of nuclear and cytoplasmic substances in control of state of DNA in chromatin. 

Gallus domesticus (Aves), Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
JANKOVIC!:, B. D.; M. D., Ph.D. - Immunol. Res. Center, Univ. of Belgrade, Vojvode Stepe 458, P.O. 

Box 979, 1 1000 BEOGRAD, Yugoslavia 
JANNING, W.; Dr. - Zool. Inst, der Univ., Badestr. 9, 44 MUNSTER/Westf., B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Analysis of genetic mosaics of internal organs (larval and imaginal), using enzyme marker genes. 

Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 
JANSEN, J.; M.D., Prof.(Emer.) ^ Anat. Inst., Univ. of Oslo, Karl Johansgate 47, OSLO 1, Norway 
a Morphogenesis of brain stem nuclei. Balaenoptera musculus, B. physalus (Cetacea) 
JANSSEN, P. Th.; Drs. - Dept. of Med. Anat. and Embryol., State Univ. of Utrecht, Janskerkhof 3A, 

UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a Synthesis of soluble proteins in the whole embryo and in the cultured eye cup (disc electro- 
phoresis, isoelectric focusing, autoradiography). Gallus domesticus (Aves) (with H.van der 

STARRE) 
b Biosynthesis and localization of a-fetoprotein in early development (immunofluorescence). Same 

species as a 
JANTOSOVlfOVA, Mrs. J.; M.V.Dr. - Anat. Inst., Vet.-Med. Fak., Komenskeho 71, KOSICE, 

Czechoslovakia 
a Morphogenesis of the testis. Ovis aries (Artiodactyla) 
JANTZEN (WILKENS), Mrs. H. L. M.; Dr. - Physiol. Lehrst., ZooL Inst, der Univ., Berlinerstr. 15, 69 

HEIDELBERG, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Synthesis of new RNA populations needed for encystment. Acanthamoeba castellanii 

(Rhizopoda) 
b Informational value of new transcription products during development. Same species as a 
c Translation products in cell free synthesizing systems of stage specific poly-A RNA. Same species 

as a 
d Phosphorylation of histones during development. Same species as a 
JARSKAR, R. J.; Dr. - Inst, of Zool., Univ. of Gothenburg, Fack, S-400 33 GOTHENBURG 33. 

Sweden 
JAYLET, A.; D. Sc - Lab. de Biol. Gen., Univ. Paul-Sabatier, 118 Rte de Narbonne, 31077 

TOULOUSE Cedex, France 
a Effets des rayons X sur la descendance d'animaux irradies; etude des anomalies chromosomiques; 

mode de transmission des chromosomes remanies; creation de lignees homozygotes pour des 

chromosomes marqueurs. Pleurodeles waltlii (Urodela) 
b Gynogenese. (Urodela) 
c Parthenogenese experimentale. (Urodela) 
JEANVOINE, Mrs. G. - Lab. de Biol. Med., Univ. de Nancy I, 30 rue Lionnois, 54000 NANCY, 

I-'rance 
a Histogenese des pituicytes. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
JELASKA, Mrs. S.; Ph.D. - Inst, of Bot., Univ. of Zagreb. Rooseveltov trg 6/111, 41001 ZAGREB 

P.p. 933, Yugoslavia 
a Alternation of embryogenic potential in callus culture; anatomy and morphology of embryoid 

and plantlets; embryo formation by isolated single cells. Cucurbita pepo (Cucurbitaceae) 
JELfNEK, R.; MUDr., CSc - Inst, of Exp. Med., Dept. of Teratol., Czech. Acad, of Sci., Legerova 61 

120 00 PRAHA 2, Czechoslovakia 
a Quantitative morphogenesis of the placenta and fetal membranes with respect to teratology 

Gallus domesticus (Aves) (Placentalia, Mammalia) 
b Elaboration of an appropriate method for testing the teratogenic activity of drugs. Gallus 

domesticus (Aves), Rattus norvegicus, Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
c Embryotoxic effects of normal and pathological blood serum of different species including man 

Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
d Analysis of the teratogenic action of histone and histone fractions. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Mus 

musculus (Rodentia) 

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JENKINSON, E. J.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Pathol., Univ. of Bristol, University Walk, BRISTOL BS8 ITD, 

England 
a Immunology of reproduction. Mus musculus (Rodentia), Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Biology of the trophoblast. Same species as a 
c Early embryonic development. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
JENSEN, P. v.; M.Sc. - Inst, of Gen. Zool., Univ. of Copenhagen, 15 Universitetsparken, 2100 

COPENHAGEN 0, Denmark 
a Ultrastructural changes in metamorphosing hearts. Calliphora erythrocephala (Diptera) 
b DNA amount and DNA synthesis in the individual cells of the metamorphosing heart. Same 

species as a 
JIRICKA, Z.; M.D., Ph.D. - Inst, of Pharmacol., Czech. Acad, of Sci., Albcrtov 4, 128 00 PR AH A 2, 

Czechoslovakia 
a Normal and pathological histology and histochemistry of the implantation and placentation. 

Homo sapiens (Primates; Rodentia) 
b The influence of drugs and bacterial toxins on the implantation and placentation. Same species as 

a 
JIRSOVA, MissZ.;M.D. - Inst, of Embryol., Fac. of Med., Charles Univ., Albertov 4, 128 00 PRAHA 

2, Czechoslovakia 
a Egg transplantation (electron microscopy and cytochemistry of egg transport and implantation in 

experimental conditions). Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha) 
b Electron microscopy and cytochemistry of tubal epithelium differentiation. (Rodentia; Carni- 

vora). Homo sapiens (Primates) 
JOHANNISSON, R.; Dr. - Inst, fur Allgem. Biol., Univ. Diisseldorf, Ulenbergstr. 127-129, 4000 

DUSSELDORF, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a The synthetic capacity and the structure of oocytes and nurse cells; the deposition of yolk 

protein in the oocyte. Daphnia magna (Cladocera, Crustacea) 
b Gene physiology, Y chromosome. Drosophila spp. (Diptera) 

c Genetic regulation of differentiation; male germ line cells. Drosophila spp. (Diptera) 
JOHN, H. - Inst, of Anim. Genet., Univ. of Edinburgh, West Mains Rd., EDINBURGH EH9 3JN, 

Scotland, U.K. 
a Biosynthesis of contractile proteins during myogenesis in vitro. Mus musculus, Rattus spec. 

(Rodentia), Homo sapiens (Primates) . ,^ . ., a, ,,, ^ , „ „ ^ 

JOHNEN, Miss A. G.; Dr.phil., Prof. - Zool. Inst, der Univ., Weyertal 119, 5 KOLN 41, B.R.D. 

(Germany) , ■ • , 

a Die Wirkungsspezifitiit abnormer Induktoren in der Entwicklung. Tnturus vulgaris, Ambystoma 

mexicanum (Urodela) 
b Die Bedeutung des Zeitfaktors beim Induktionsvorgang. Dieselben Arten wie a 
c Untersuchungen liber die Kompetenzverhaltnisse beim Ektoderm. Ambystoma mexicanum, 

Triturus vulgaris, T. alpestris, T. helveticus (Urodela) 
d Wechselwirkung zwischen Ektoderm und Mesoderm in gastrula und neurula. Dieselben Arten wie 

c 
JOHNSON, D. R.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Anat., School of Med., Univ. of Leeds, LEEDS LS2 9NL, England 
a Electron microscopy of abnormal tissues, brain biochemistry, and neuroendocrinology of annnals 

carrying mutant genes. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
JOHNSON, M. H.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Anat., Univ. of Cambridge, Downing St., CAMBRIDGE 

CB2 3DY, England 
a Surface properties of gametes and early embryos (specific probes, c. g. lectms, antibodies, etc.). 

Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Early development studied with sensitive micro-methods for determination of protein synthetic 

patterns in whole or microsurgically dissected normal and mutant embryos. Same species as a 
c Developmental commitment and spatial relationship of cells in early embryos studied with 

interspecific chimaeras and antigenic markers. Mus musculus, Rattus spcc\ (Rodentia) 
JONCZY, J.; M.Sc. - Zool. Dept., Jagellonian Univ., ul.Krupnicza 50, KRAKOW 2, Poland 
a Differentiation of primordial germ cells (qualitative and stereological analysis). Tetrodontophora 

bielancnsis (Collembola) 
JONES (HOLT), Mrs. E. C; Pii.D. - Dept. of Anat., Med. School, Univ. of Birmingham, Edgbaston, 

BIRMINGHAM B15 2TJ, England 
a The effect of maternal age on morphology and development ol fertilized eggs. Mus musculus 

JONES, G. E.'; Ph.D. Dept. of Biol., Queen Elisabeth Coll., Univ. of London, LONDON \V8 7AH, 

England 
a Effect of cytochalasin B on electrophoretic mobility and adhesion ot embryonic cells. Gallus 

gallus (Aves) 
b Control of cellular movement and adhesion in haemocytes. Patella vulgata (Gastropoda) 
JONES, K. W.; Ph.D. Inst, of Anim. Genet., Univ. of Edinburgh, West Mains Rd., EDINBURGH 

El'l9 3JN, Scotland, U. K. . . 

a Location and function of reiterated DNA sequences in nuclei and chromosomes studied by in situ 

hybridization of complementary RNA. (Meta/oa) 
b Ultrastructure, biochemistry, and differentiation of myogenic cells, especially processes of 

transcription and translation 
c Location of polyadenylated messenger RNAs by in situ hybridization ol poly-U(H3) and inRNA 

complementary cDNAs. (Insecta), Rattus spec, Mus musculus (Rodentia), Homo sapiens and 

other spp. (Primates) 

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JONES, W. E.; Ph.D. - Marine Sci. Labs., Univ. Coll. of N.Wales, MENAI BRIDGE, Anglesey, Wales, 

U.K. 
JONG, Miss G. de; M.Sc. -- Dept. of Popul. and Evol. Biol., Genet. Inst., Univ. of Utrecht, Transito- 

rium III, Padualaan 8, UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a a-amylase activity during larval development and its influence on competition between strains. 

Drosophila melanogastcr (Diptera) 
JONGH, H. J. de; D.Sc. - Dept. of Anat. and Embrvol., Univ. of Groningen, Oostersingel 69, 

GRONINGEN, Netherlands 
a Functional morphology of the head with special reference to larval life and metamorphosis. 

(Anura) 
b Ultrastructural aspects of metamorphosis of cranial muscles. (Anura) 

JONSSON, B. G.; Fil.lic. - Zool. Inst., Univ. of Uppsala, Box 561, S-75122 UPPSALA 1, Sweden 
JOSEPH. J.; D.Sc, M.D., Prof. - Dept. of Anat., Guy's Hosp. Med. School. LONDON SEI 9RT, 

England 
a Regeneration: 1. epithelium; 2. whole thickness of adult ear; 3. effects of steroids and drugs. 

Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha) 
JOSEPHSEN,^K.; D.D.S. - Dept. of Anat., Royal Dent. Coll., Vennelyst Blvd., 8000 ARHUS C, 

Denmark 
a Incisor enamel organ: I. morphological and functional aspects of the maturation zone; 2. effect 

of fixatives on the preservation. Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
JOST, A. D.; D.Sc, M.D., Prof. - Lab. de PhysioL Comp., Univ. de Paris VI, 4 place Jussieu, 75230 

PARIS Cedex 05, France 
JUBERTHIE, C; D.Sc - Lab. souterrain. Centre Natl. Rech. Scient., 09410 MOULIS, France 
a Diffcrenciation cytologique des organes neurohemaux. Ischyropsalis luteipes (Phalangida, 

Aracimida) 
b Developpcment. Phryssus spec. (Arachnida) 
c Influence des facteurs abiotiques (temperature) sur le developpcment einbryonnaire des especes 

souterraines. Bathysciola spec, Speonomus spec, Antrocharis spec (Coleoptera) 
JUBERTHIE-JUPEAU, Mrs. L.; D.Sc - Lab. souterrain. Centre NatL Rech. Scient., 09410 MOULIS, 

France 
a Action de la temperature sur le developpcment embryonnaire et postembryonnaire compare des 

especes souterraines. (Mysidacea, Crustacea) 
b Biologic du developpcment. Troglocaris spec. (Decapoda, Crustacea) 
c Developpcment du pedonculc oculaire des especes souterraines. (Crustacea) 
JUCHAULT, P.; Dr. - Lab. dc Physiol, et Genet, des Crustaces, Univ. de Poitiers, 40 av. du Recteur 

Pineau, 86022 POITIERS, France 
a Controle neurohumoral de la diffcrenciation sexuelle chez des especes gonochoriques et 

hermaphrodites. (Isopoda, Crustacea) 
b Intersexualitc et monogenic. Same species as a 
JUNLRA, Miss H. - Lab. Sex. et Reprod. des Invertebr., Univ. P.et M.Curie, Bat.G, Tour 32, 4 place 

Jussieu, 75230 PARIS Cedex 05, France 
a Electrophoresis and immunochemistry of a "female protein fraction". Orchestia gammarellus 

(Amphipoda, Crustacea) (with Y. CROISILLE (Nogent), H. CHARNIAUX-COTTON, and J.J. 

MEUSY) 
JUNG, E.; Dr.rer.nat. - Zool. Inst. I der Univ., Rontgenring 10, 87 WURZBURG. B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Experiments to determine the ooplasmic reaction system. Bruchidius (= Acanthoscelides) 

obtectus, Dermestes frischi (Coleoptera) 
JURA, Cz.; D.Sc. - Zool. Dept., Jagellonian Univ., ul.Krupnicza 50, KRAKCJW, Poland 
a Early developmental stages. Tetrodontophora bielancnsis (CoUembola) 
b First cleavage, studied with UV micro-beam. Succinea putris (Gastropoda) 
JURAND, A.; Ph.D. Inst, of Anim. Genet., Univ. of Edinburgh, West Mains Rd., EDINBURGH 

EH9 3JN, Scotland, U.K. 
a Teratogenic activity of neurotropic drugs. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Formation of various cell organelles during the fission cycle. Paramecium aurelia (Ciliata) 
c Partial ncotcny. Xenopus laevis (Anura) 

d Subcellular differentiation in premetamorphic stages. Rhynchosciara hollaenderi (Diptera) 
KACZANOWSKA (DOBRZANSKA), Mrs. J.; Dr.es Sci. - Lab. of Protozool., Inst, of ZooL, Warsaw 

Univ., Krakowskie Przedmics'cie 26/28, 00-927 WARSZAWA, Poland 
a Effects of actinomycin D on divisional morphogenesis. Paramecium aurelia (Ciliata) 
b Effects of some mutations on the cortical pattern, growth, and proliferation of ciliary units. 

Same species as a 
c The concept of positional information applied to the pattern of sites where organelles are 

formed. Chilodonella cucullulus (Ciliata) 
d Cortex regeneration after injury. Same species as c 
e Effect of^high temperature (continuous and pulse treatment) on divisional morphogenesis. Same 

species as c 
KACZANOWSKI, A.; D.Sc - Lab. of Protozool., Inst, of Zool., Warsaw Univ., Krakowski 

Przedmicscie 26/28, 00-927 WARSZAWA, Poland 
a Effect of high temperature (continuous and pulse treatment) on pattern of morphogenesis. 

Tetrahymena pyriformis (Ciliata) 
b Genetics of oral pattern stability using naturally occuring abnormalities. Same species as a 
c Gradients of proliferation of new ciliary units during development. Same species as a 
KAFIANI, C. A. - Inst, of DevL Biol., USSR Acad, of Sci., Vavilov St.26, MOSCOW 117334, 

U.S.S.R. 

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a Transcription in the isolated nuclei of the early embryo. Misgurnus fossilis (Teleostei) (with A. A. 

KOSTOMAROVA) 
KAITILA, I.; M.D. ^ Children's Hosp., Univ. Centr. Hosp., Stenbackinkatu 11, 00290 HELSINKI 29, 

Finland 
KAJII, T.; M.D. - Lab. of Embryol. and Cytogenet., Univ. Clinic of Gynecol, and Obstet., Geneva 

Univ., 20 rue Alcide-Jentzer, 1211 GENEVE 4, Switzerland 
a Congenital malformations and cytogenetics. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Cytogenetics of aborted fetuses. Same species as a 
KALATOSISHVILI, Mrs. M. D.; Cand.biol.sci. - Dept. of Anim. Embryol., Inst, of ZooL, Acad, of 

Sci. of the Georgian SSR, 31 Chavchavadze Ave., TBILISI 380030 U.S.S.R. 
a Experimental morphology of gastro-intestinal system development (action of inhibitor). Gallus 

domesticus (Aves) (with P. S. CHAfslTURlSHVILI) 
KALETA, Mrs. E. W.; M.Sc. - Dept. of Genet, and Evolut., Jagellonian Univ., Krupnicza 50, 30-060 

KRAK6w, Poland 
a Fertilization in vitro of eggs from inbred and crossbred animals. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
KALL^N, A. J. B.; M.D., Prof. - Tornblad-Inst. for Comp. Embryol., Biskopsgatan 7, 223 62 LUND, 

Sweden 
a Epidemiological studies on teratology. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
KALLIO, P.; Dr.Phil. - Dept. of Bot., Univ. of Turku, 20500 TURKU 50, Finland 
a Macrotemplate system: especially effect of structural changes ingrowth centres on development 

of new semicells (micro-beam UV irradiation; cytochalasin and puromycin techniques). 

Micrasterias spec. (Desmidiaceae) 
KALMAN, G.; Ph.M. - Dept. of Anat., Univ. Med. School, Kossuth L.40, SZEGED, Hungary 
a . Developmental histochemistry and electron microscopy of the autonomic ground plexus. Rattus 

rattus (Rodentia) (with B. CSILLIK, M. GAJ6 and E. KNYIHAR) 
KALTHOFF, K.; Dr.rer.nat. Biol. Inst.I (Zool.) der Univ., Katharinenstr. 20, 78 FREIBURG, 

B.R.D. (Germany) 
KALUZA, J. S.; M.D. - Dept. of Neuropathol., Inst, of Pharmacol., Polish Acad, of Sci., 

Botanicznastr. 3, KRAK6W, Poland 
a Nonenzymatic oxidation-reduction systems in fiber membranes of the central nervous system in 

ontogenetic development. Felis doniestica (Carnivora), Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
b In vitro development of neurons from 7-9 day embryos and of cortical neurons from 4-12 day 

embryos (outgrowth of dendrites). Gallus domesticus (Aves), Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
KAMLER, Mrs. E.; Dr. - Dept. of Ecol. Bioenerget., Inst, of Ecol., Polish Acad, of Sci., Pasteura 3, 

P.O. Box 64, 00-973 WARSZAWA, Poland 
a Metabolism (02 concentration, RQ), weight, chemical composition, energy content and energy 

expenditure in embryo and early larva. Cyprinus carpio (Teleostei) 
b Natural variability and errors of measurement of weight, chemical composition and energy 

content in eggs of equal age (few blastomers) from different spawners. Same species as a 
KANKAVA, Mrs. B. L.; Cand.biol.sci. - Dept of Anim. Embryol., Inst, of Zool., Acad, of Sci. of the 

Georgian SSR., 31 Chavchavadze Ave., TBILISI 380030, U.S.S.R. 
a Experimental morphology of interaction between adenohypophysis and gonads in ontogenesis: 

morphogenesis of testis. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
KANTOROVA, Mrs. V. L; Cand.biol.sci. - Inst, of Developm. Biol., Acad, of Sci. of the U.S.S.R., 

Vavilov St. 26, MOSCOW 1 17334, U.S.S.R. 
KARCHER (DJURICIC), Mrs. V.; Dr. Sci. - Inst. d'Embryol., Univ. de Strasbourg, 4 rue Kirschleger, 

67085 STRASBOURG, France 
a Epithelial-mesenchymal interactions, mitosis and differentiation in teeth. Mus musculus 

(Rodentia) 
KARKINEN-JAASKELAINEN, Mrs. M.;M.D. Lab. of Exp. Embryol., 111. Dept. of Pathol., Univ. of 

Helsinki, Haartmaninkatu 3, 00290 HELSINKI 29, Finland 
a Mechanism of lens induction. Gallus gallus (Aves) 

KARLSSON, B.; Fil.Dr. - Zoophysiol. Inst., Univ. of Lund, Helgonaviigen 3b, 223 62 LUND, Sweden 
a a-Foetoprotein, albumin, lipoproteins, prealbumin, trypsin inhibitors, colostral proteins and 

"organ specific" proteins in blood, urine, small intestine, pancreas and liver of the foetus and the 

neonate (immunology, enzymology, electron microscopy). Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia). Sus 

domesticus (Artiodactyla). Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Mammary gland development, milk secretion (immunology, enzymology, electron microscopy). 

Rattus spec, Mus musculus, Gerbillus spec. (Rodentia), Sus domesticus (Artiodactyla), Homo 

sapiens (Primates) 
KARSSFN, C. M.; Dr. Dept. of Plant Physiol., Agric. Univ., Arboretumlaan 4, WAGEN1NG1;N, 

Netherlands 
a Secondary dormancy in seeds: decrease of reactivity to light and hormones by non-inductive 

conditions (e.g. coverage by soil), and its prevention by anaerobiosis. Lactuca sativa, Cheno- 

podium album (Angiospermae) 
b 1- ffects of exogenously applied hormones on germination of seeds: interaction, penetration and 

localization). Chenopodium album (Chenopodiaceae) 
KASSNER, J.; Ph.D. - Inst, of Zool., Univ. of Wrocfaw, ul.Sienkiewicza 21. 50-335 WROCLAW, 

Poland 
a Ultrastructure of ova and the fertilization process. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
KASYANOV, V. 1..; Cand.biol.sci. - Lab. of l.nibryol., Inst, of Marine Biol., Far East Sci. Ctr., Acad. 

of Sci. of the USSR, VLADIVOSTOK 690022, U.S.S.R. 
a Reproductive cycle, marine spp. (Lamellibranchia; Echinoidea; Astcroidea) 
b Origin of germ cells. (Mollusca; Eciiinoderniata) 

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KAUFMANN, P.; Dr.med. - Anat. Inst., Abt. fur Neuroanat., Univ. Krankenhaus Eppendorf, 

Martinistr. 52, 2 HAMBURG 20, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Development and chemodifferentiation of the placenta (electron microscopy, enzyme histo- 

cliemistry). Cavia porcellus (Rodentia), Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Development and chemodifferentiation of the cortex cerebri and cerebelH (light microscopy, 

electron microscopy, enzyme histochemistry). Mus musculus, Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
KEATING. M. J.; Ph.D. - Natl. Inst, for Med. Res., Mill Hill, LONDON NW7 lAA, England 
KEITH, J. M.; B.Sc.(Hons.) - Teratol. Labs., Royal CoU. of Surg. Res. Establ., Downe, ORPINGTON, 

Kent BR6 7JJ, England 
a Possible role of neural crest in craniofacial malformations. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Rattus 

norvegicus (Rodentia), Callithrix jacchus (Primates) 
b Hyperthermia, thahdomide and blighted potatoes (extracts and possible contaminants) as 

teratogenic agents; collection of normal data; techniques required. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia), 

Macaca irus, Callithrix jacchus (Primates) 
KELLY, W. A.; Ph.D. - Anat. Dept., Bristol Univ., University Walk, BRISTOL BS8 ITD, England 
a Implantation and spacing of blastocysts. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
KEMP, R. B.; Ph.D. ~ Zool. Dept., Univ. Coll. of Wales, Penglais, ABERYSTWYTH SY23 3DA, Wales, 

U.K. 
a Role of actomyosins and glycoproteins in adhesiveness of embryonic cells. Gallus domesticus 

(Aves) 
b Interactions between cell types in morphogenesis. Halichondria panicea, Ophlitaspongia seriata 

(Porifera) 
c Effect of dissociating agents on adhesiveness and sorting out of freshly-dissociated embryonic 

cells using the vibromLxer. Same species as a 
d Role of conditioning media in specific adhesion of embryonic cells. Same species as a 
KERKIS, T. - Inst, of Cytol. and Genet., Acad, of Sci. of the USSR, NOVOSIBIRSK 630090, USSR 
KHARLOVA, Mrs. G. V.; Cand.biol.sci. - Inst, of Human Morphol., Acad, of Med. Sci. of the USSR, 

Tsurupa St. 3, MOSCOW 1 17469, U.S.S.R. 
a Regeneration of thymus and spleen. Mus musculus, Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
KIELBCJWNA, Miss L.; Ph.D. - Inst, of Zool., Univ. of Wroclaw, ul. Sienkiewicza 21, 50-335 

WROCtAW, Poland 
a Myogenesis. Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
b Nucleoli in oogenesis. Lymnaea spec. (Gastropoda) 
KIENY, Mrs. M. A.^SENGEL; D.Sc. - Lab. de Zool. et Biol. Anim., Univ. Sci. et Med. de Grenoble, 

B.P. 53, Centre de Tri. 38041 GRENOBLE, France 
a Regulative mechanisms in the differentiation of the limb bud skeleton. Gallus domesticus, 

Coturnix c. japonica (Aves) 
b Cell death in foot morphogenesis. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 

c Role of somitic mesoderm in the initiation of limb development. Same species as b 
d Somitic origin of limb musculature. Same species as a 
KIERMAYER, O.; Dr.phiL, Prof. - Bot. Inst., Univ. Salzburg, Freisaalweg 16, 5020 SALZBURG, 

Austria 
KILARSKI, W.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Comp. Anat., Jagellonian Univ., uL Krupnicza 50, 30-060 

KRAKOW, Poland 
a Differences in cell surface interactions with polyoma and SV40 viruses before and after the 

blastula stage. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
KINCURASHVILI, Mrs. N. T. - Dept. of Anim. Embryol., Inst, of Zool., Acad, of Sci. of the 

Georgian SSR., 31 Chavchavadze Ave., TBILISI 380030, U.S.S.R. 
a Comparative study of oogenesis in different breeds. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b Experimental morphology of interaction between adenohypophysis and gonads in ontogenesis: 

action of specific substances on ovary morphogenesis. Same species as a 
KINDAHL, MissM. E.;Ph.D. - Skeppargatan 51 III, 1 1458 STOCKHOLM, Sweden 
a Tooth development; reduction of premolars in ontogenesis. Erinaceus europaeus, Tupaia javanica, 

Elephantulus myurus, Talpa europaea, Eremitalpa granti, Sorex araneus, Suncus orangix, 

Crocidura araneus (Insectivora) 
KING, P. E.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Zool., Univ. Coll. of Swansea, Singleton Park, SWANSEA, Glamorgan, 

Wales, U.K. 
a Oogenesis, oosorption, and cellular aspects of early development. Nasonia spec. (Hymenoptera; 

Pantopoda) 
KINSKY, Miss I.; Dr.med.- Anat. Inst., Abt. fur Exp. Biol., Univ. Bonn, Nussallee 10, 53 BONN, 

B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Light and electron microscopy of the development of different states of condensation of 

constitutive heterochromatin during pre- and postnatal growth. Microtus agrestis (Rodentia) 
KIRCHNER, C; Dr.rer.nat. - Zool. Inst, der Univ., Ketzerbach 63, 355 MARBURG/Lahn, B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
a Developmental morphology of the blastocyst. Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha) 
b Synthesis and function of uterine specific proteins in the preimplantation period. Same species as 

a . 

c Function of tiie proteases of the uterine secretion and of the blastocyst covermgs m mitiation ot 

implantation. Same species as a 
KISTLER, G. S.; M.D. - Electron Micr. Div., Dept. of Anat., Univ. of Ziinch, Gloriastr. 19, 8006 

ZURICH, Switzerland 
a Virus-induced embryo- and fetopathies (light and electron microscopy, virology, mimunology). 

Oryctolagus cuniculus, Rattus spec, Mus musculus, Cavia porcellus, Mesocricetus auratus, Homo 

sapiens (Mammalia) 

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b Organogenesis and organ differentiation, especially the immune system (light and electron 

microscopy). Oryctolagus cuniculus, Rattus spec, Mus musculus, Homo sapiens (Mammalia) 
KLAG, J.; M.Sc. - Zooi. Dept., Jagellonian Univ., ul.Krupnicza 50, KRAK6w, Poland 
a Differentiation of primary germ cells. Thermobia domestica (Thysanura) 
KLEIN, H. W.; Dr.med. - Dept. of Anat. and Embryol., Fac. of Med., Erasmus Univ., P.O. Box 1738, 

ROTTERDAM 3002, Netherlands 
a Developmental morphology and teratology of the cardiovascular system, especially anatomy of 

malformations; abnormal pulmonary venous return; coronary and endocardial fibroelastosis of 

the ventricles in the hypoplastic left and right heart syndromes. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b A specimen of conjoined twins (parapagia anterior). Same species as a 
KLEINEBRI'CHT, J.; Dr.rer.nat. ~ Inst, fiir Humangenet. der Univ., Paul-Ehrhch St.41, 6 

FRANKFURT/Main 70, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Realization of malformations and embryonic death. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Histology of spontaneous abortions. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
KLEPAC, R.; M. S. - Inst, of Biol., Fac. of Med., Univ. of Zagreb, Salata 3, P.O. Box 166, 41001 

ZAGREB, Yugoslavia 
a Development and function of the pituitary-adrenocortical system in foetus and neonate (bio- 
chemistry, histology, histochemistry). Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) (with K. MILKOVIC!: and 

J. PAUNOVIC^;) 
KNEGT, E.; Dr. - Dept. of Plant Physiol., Agric. Univ., Arboretumlaan 4, WAGENINGEN, Nether- 
lands 
a Hormonal regulation of ripening in fruits. Lycopersicum esculentum (Solanaceae), Musa 

sapientium (Musaceae) 
KNESE, K.-H.; Dr.med., Dr.phil., Prof. - Inst, fiir Histol. and Embryol., Univ. Hohenheim (LH), 

Fruwirthstr. 16, 7000 STUTTGART 70, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Histochemistry, enzymology and electron microscopy of the early histogenesis of the connective 

and supporting tissue of the presumptive regions of different kinds of mesenchyme, especially of 

cartilage and bone, and those in lung and kidney. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Bos taurus (Artio- 

dactyla), Rattus norvegicus, Mus musculus (Rodentia), Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Morphology, enzymology, and electron microscopy of histogenesis, especially of cartilage and 

bone as well as metamorphosis after hormone application. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia), Bos 

taurus (Artiodactyla) 
c Developmental morphology of embryo. Bos taurus (Artiodactyla) 
KNIGHT-JONES, E. W.; D.Phil., Prof. - Dept. of Zool., Univ. Coll. of Swansea, Singleton Park, 

SWANSEA, Glamorgan, Wales, U.K. 
a Spawning and fertilization. Janua pagenstecheri (Spirorbidae, Polychaeta) 
b Budding. Josephella marenzelleri (Serpulidae, Polychaeta) 
KNf^E, B.; RNDr., Ph.D. - Dept. of Exp. Zool., Charles Univ., Vinicna 7, 12844 PRAHA 2, 

Czechoslovakia 
a Cytology of muscle growth. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Bos taurus, Sus domesticus (Artiodactyla) 

(with H. KNf2ET0VA) 
KNf2ET0VA (MYSLIVECKOVA), Mrs. H.; RNDr. - Dept. of Exp. Zool., Charles Univ., Vinicnd 7, 

12844 PRAHA 2, Czechoslovakia 
a Cytology of muscle growth. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Bos taurus, Sus domesticus (Artiodactyla) 

(with B. KNfZE) 
KNOCHEL, W.; Dr.rer.nat. - Inst, fiir Biochem. und Molek. Biol., Freie Univ. Berlin, Arnimallee 22, 1 

BERLIN 33, B.R.D. (Germany) 
KNOOP, B.; Dr. Bot. Inst., Univ. Heidelberg, Hofmeisterweg 4, 69 HEIDELBERG, B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
KNOWLAND, J. S.; D.Phil. - Dept. of Anat., Med. School, Bristol Univ., University Walk, BRISTOL 

BS8 ITD, England 
a Synthesis and regional distribution of tissue-specific proteins in embryonic development. 

Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
b Induction of protein synthesis by steroid hormones in liver cultured in vitro. Same species as a 
KNUDSEN, P. A.; M.D., D.D.S., Prof. - Dept. of Anat., Royal Dent. Coll., Vennelyst Blvd., 8000 

ARHUSC, Denmark 
a Malformations of the vascular system of brain and head. Mus musculus, Rattus norvegicus 

(Rodentia) (with J. BUGGE) 
KNOST, Miss E.; Dipl.Biol. - Inst, fur Allgem. Biol., Univ. Diisseldorf, Ulenbergstr. 127-129, 4000 

DUSSELDORF, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Isolation and characterization of ribonucleoprotein particles from testes. Drosophila hydei 

(Diptera) 
KNYIHAR, Miss E.; M.D. - Dept. of Anat., Univ. Med. School, Kossuth L.40, SZEGED, Hungary 
a Developmental Iiistocliemistry and electron microscopy of the autonomic ground plexus. Rattus 

rattus (Rodentia) (witii B. CSILLIK, M. GAj6 and G. K ALMAN) 
KOCHER-BECKER, Mrs. U.; Dr.rer.nat. Zcntrum fur Klin. Morphol., 79 ULM (Donau), oberer 

Eselsberg, B.R.D. (Germany) 
KOCHER, W.; Dr., Prof. Zool. Inst. (I) der Univ., Rontgenring 10, 87 WURZBURG, B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
a Patterns of effects of alkylating substances (especially of triethylencmelamine, TEM) and their 

treatment-phase specificity during early development and organogenesis. Gallus domesticus 

(Aves) 
b Pattern formation in selection-lines of the Polydactyly mutant. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 

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c Phenocopy of the gene effects of Polydactyly by means of TEM-treatment. Same species as b 

d Interactions between the gene Polydactyly and the teratogenic effects of TEM. Same species as b 

e Effects of various genomes on the realization of sporadic, gene- and teratogene-induced poly- 

dactylism. Same species as b 
f Effects of cyclophosphamide (Endoxan) on limb morphogenesis. Same species as b 
KOCOVA (PECHACKOVA), Mrs. J.; Dr.Med. - Inst, of Histol. and Embryol., Charles Univ., 

Kariovarska 48, PLZEN, Czechoslovakia 
a The development of the venous system. Homo sapiens (Primates) 

KOEBKE, J.: Dr.rer.nat. - Anat. Inst, der Univ., Lindenburg, 5 KOLN 41, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Differentiation capacity of the marginal zone in early development. Ambystoma mexicanum 

(Urodela) 
b Application of LiCl upon very early developmental stages. Same species as a 
KOHLER, H.-J. - I. Zool. Inst, der Univ. Erlangen-Nurnberg, Universitatsstr. 19, 852 ERLANGEN, 

B.R.b. (Germany) 
a Comparative embryology. Lernaeocera spec. (Copepoda, Crustacea) 
KOHONEN. P.J.; Ph.D. - Inst, of Biol., Univ. of Turku, 20500 TURKU 50, Finland 

no embryological work in progress 
KOMAR Mrs A.; Mgr. - Dept. of Exper. Embryol., Inst, of Obstet. and Gynecol., Med. Acad., 

Karowa 2, 00-315 WARSZAWA, Poland 
a Influence of the relative age of gametes on embryonic development. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Experimental parthenogenesis. Same species as a 
KONIJN, Th. M.; Ph.D. Zool. Lab., Unit of Cell Biol, and .Morphogen., State Univ., Kaiserst.62, 

LEIDEN, Netherlands 
a Chemotaxis, cell aggregation and differentiation. (Acrasiales) 
b Effect of adenosine-3',5'-monophosphate and other cyclic nucleotides on morphogenesis. 

Dictyostelium discoideum (Acrasiales) 
KONINKX, J. F. J. G.; Drs. - Dept. of Genet., Univ. of Nijmegen, Toernooiveld, NIJMEGEN, 

Netherlands . . 

a Control of mitochondrial NADH-dehydrogenase and tyrosine aminotransferase synthesis in 

sahvary glands. Drosophila hydci (Diptera) 
KONYUKHOV B. V.; Dr.biol., Prof. - Phenogenet. Lab., Inst, of Gen. Genet., Acad, ol Sci. of the 

USSR, Pro'fsoyuznaya St.7,(I), MOSCOW 117312, U.S.S.R. 
a Developmental study of mutational effects of genes which lead to eye and skeletal abnormalities. 

Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Genetic control of cell proliferation and differentiation. Same species as a 

KOOLMAN, J.; Ph.D. - Physiol.-Chem. Inst. I. Med. Sch., Univ. of Marburg, 355 MARBURG- 

Lahnberge, B.R.D. (Germany) , , , .r^ -^ 

a Regulation of the metabolism and inactivation of ecdysone. Calhphora erythrocephala (Diptera), 

Locusta migratoria (Orthoptera) 
b Purification and ciiaractcrization of enzymes catalyzing single reaction steps m ecdysone 
metabolism. Same species as a ^^ -,f,, .wAnc^^An/A 

KOPE(^, Miss J.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Physiopathol., Hematol. Inst., Chocimska 5, 00-791 WARSZAWA, 

Poland 
a Nucleoli in oogenesis. Enchytraeus albidus (Oligochaeta) 

KOPP F.; Dr.en Med. - Lab. d'Histol. et Embryol.II, Univ. d'Ai.x-Marseille, 27 Bd. Jean Moulin, 

l'3385 MARSEILLE CEDEX 4, France .,,*.. 

KORKIA (NIJARADZE), Mrs. I. R.; Cand.biol.sci. - Dept. of Anim. EmbryoL, Inst, of Zool., Acad. 

of Sci. of the Georgian SSR, 31 Chavchavadze Ave., TBILISI 380030, U.S.S.R. 
a Transplantation immunity. Lacerta saxicola (Lacertilia) 

KORNELIUSSEN, H.; M.D. - Anat. Inst., Univ. of Oslo, Karl Johansgt.47, OSLO 1, Norway 
a Development of cerebellum (electron microscopy). Rattus spec. (Rodentia) ,, „ r^ 

KORNER, H. K.; Dr.rer.nat. - BioL Inst.I (ZooL) der Univ., Katharinenst. 20, 78 FREIBURG, B.R.D. 

(Germany) ^ ^ , , ,, 

KOROCHKIN, L. I.; Dr.Med. Sci., Prof. - Lab. of Developm. Genet., Inst, of Cytol. and Genet., 

Pravda St.9, ap.36, NOVOSIBIRSK 630090, U.S.S.R. 
a Experimental morphology, cytochemistry, and cytophysiology of the developing nervous system. 

Rattus norvegicus, Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Developmental genetics. Drosophila melanogaster, D. virilis (Diptera) 
c Regeneration of the neural retina with special reference to isozymic patterns of LDH. Triturus 

cristatus(Urodela)(withV. I. MITASHOV, Moscow) 
KOROTKOVA, Mrs. G. P.; Dr.biol. - Dept. of Embryol., Leningrad State Univ., Mendeleevsky St. 5, 

199164 LENINGRAD, U.S.S.R. . 

a Comparative study of regeneration, asexual reproduction, and somatic embryogenesis. Leucoso- 

lenia complicata, Sycon lingua, Halichondria panicea and other spp. (Porifera) 
b Development of embryos cultivated in vitro. Halisarca dujardina, Baicalospongia bacilhfera 

(Porifera) 
c Genesis and evolution of ontogenesis 
KORT, E. J. M. de; Dr. - Dept. of Anat. and Embryol., Univ. of Nijmegen, Geert Grooteplein N.21, 

NIJMEGEN, Netherlands 
a Development of the spinal cord. Xenopus laevis (Anura) ^ 

KOSCIELSKA, Mrs. M. K.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Syst. Zool., Zool. Inst., Univ. ot WrocTaw, 

ul. Sienkiewicza 21, 50-335 WROC-tAW, Poland 
a Early developmental stages, gastrulation. Ageniaspis spec, Monodontomerus spec, Dahlbominus 
spec. (Chalcididae), Pleolophus basizonus (Ichneumonidae, Hymenoptera) 

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KOSCIELSKI, B.; Ph.D. - Inst, of Zool., Univ. of Wrochiw, ul.Sienkiewicza 21, 50-335 WROC-kAW, 

Poland 
a Embryology. (Turbellaria; Apterygota, Insccta) 
b Nucleoli in oogenesis. Lymnaea spec. (Gastropoda) 
KOSHELEV B V • Dr.biol. - A.N.Severtzov Inst, of Evol. Morphol. and Ecol. of Animals, USSR 

Acad, of Sci., Lenin Ave. 33, MOSCOW 1 17071, U.S.S.R. 
a Gametogcnesis, sex cycles, and^ spawning ecology. Perca fluviatilis, Lucioperca lucioperca, 

Acerina cernua, Rutilus rutilus, Abramis brama, Scardinius erythrophthalmus, Cyprmus carpio. 

Tinea tinea, Carassius carassius, Esox lucius, Coregonus lavaretus and others (Teleostei) 
KOSKIMIES, O. J.; M.D. - Children's Hosp., Stenbackinkatu 11, 00290 HELSINKI 29, Finland 
KOSTOMAROVA, Mrs. A. A.; Cand.biol.sci. - Inst, of Devi. Biol., USSR Acad, of Sci., Vavilov St. 26, 

MOSCOW 117334, U.S.S.R. 
a Transcription of the isolated nuclei of the early embryo. Misgurnus fossilis (Teleostei) (with C. A. 

KAFIANI) , 

b Distribution of RNA, synthesized during maturation, between the nucleus and cytoplasm ot early 

embryo. Same species as a (with M. N. SKOBLINA, A. V. KOTOMIN, and A. A. NEYFAKII) 
c Distribution of non-histone proteins, synthesized during maturation, between nucleus and 

cytoplasm of early embryo. Same species as a i<i , i 

KOSTOVlC, I.; D.Sc., M.D. - Inst, of Anat. "Drago Perovic", Fac. of Med., Univ. of Zagreb, Salata 11, 

41001 ZAGREB, Yugoslavia 
a Histogenesis and development of neuronal connections in the cerebral cortex. Rattus norvegicus 

(Rodentia), Homo sapiens (Primates) (with J. KRMPOTiO) 
b Morphogenesis of the mesenchymo-neuroepithelial interface (including vascularization) in the 

telencephalon. Same species as a (with Lj. KOSTOVIC, Inst, of Histol. and Embryol.) 
KOSTOViC (KNEIEVIO), Mrs. Lj.; M.D. Inst, of Histol. and Embryol., Fac. of Med., Univ. of 

Zagreb, Salata 3, P.O. Box 166, 41001 ZAGREB, Yugoslavia 
a Chondrogenesis in the external ear (histology, histochemistry, electron microscopy). Rattus 

norvegicus (Rodentia) (with A. SVAJGER and Z. BRADAMANTE) 
b Differentiation of the intercellular matrix during ontogenesis (histology, histochemistry, electron 

microscopy). Same species as a (with A. SVAJGER and Z.BRADAMANTE) 
c Morphogenesis of the mesenchyme-neuroepithelial interface (including vascularization) in the 

telencephalon. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia), Homo sapiens (Primates) (with I. KOSTOVIC, Inst. 

KOTOMIN, A. V. - Inst, of Devi. Biol., USSR Acad, of Sci., Vavilov St. 26 MOSCOW 117334, 

U.S.S.R. , . , r , 

a Distribution of RNA, synthesized during maturation, between the nucleus and cytoplasm ot early 
embryo. Misgurnus fossilis (Teleostei) (with A. A. KOSTOMAROVA. M. N. SKOBLINA, and 
A. A. NEYFAKH) 
KOZIK, M.; M.D. - Inst, of Neurol, and Sensory Organs, Med. Acad., 49 Przybyszewskiego St., 

60-355'POZNAN, Poland 
a Histociiemistry of glia cells in the developing nervous system. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia), 

Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha) 
b Histochemical mapping of the developing brain. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
KRAAN, G. P. B.; Ph.D. - Lab. of Developm. Biochem., Dept. of Pediat., State Univ., Bloemsingel 10, 

GRONINGEN, Netherlands „ , 

KRAL, B.; RNDr. - Dept. of Morphol., Inst, of Vertebr. Zool., Czechosl. Acad, ot Sci., Kvetna 8, 

60365 BRNO, Czechoslovakia 
a Comparative study of chromosomes. (Insectivora; Rodentia) 

KRALJ, N.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Zool., Univ. of Zagreb, Rooseveltov trg 6, 41000 ZAGREB, Yugoslavia 
a Ch'cmodifferentiation of digestive organs: forestomach mucosa, liver, pancreas (enzyme histo- 
chemistry). (Ruminantia, Arliodactyla) (witli B. ROD?:) 
KRATOCHWIL, K.; Dr.phil. - Inst, fur Molekularbiol., Abt. Biol., Osterreich. Akad. der Wissensch., 

Billrothstr.' 5020 SALZBURG, Austria 
a Organ specificity in mesenchymal induction. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 

b Embryonic development of mammary gland, especially hormone responsiveness and tissue 
interaction in the hormone response (androgens). Same species as a r^cTco 

KRAUS, Miss C; Dr.phil. - Brain Anat. Inst., Untere Zollgasse 71, (Waldau), 3072 OSIER- 

MUNDIGEN-BE, Switzerland 
a Descriptive and comparative ontogenesis of the brain. (Cetacea) 

KRAUS, R.; M.D. - Inst, of Embryol., Charles Univ., Albertov 4, 128 00 PRAHA 2, Czechoslovakia 
a Differentiation and role of prechordal plate in early development of ceplialic region (sub- 
microscopic and cytochemical studies in normal and experimental conditions). Gallus domcsticus 
( Aves), Rattus rattus (Rodentia), Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Differentiation of the chcmoreceptor cell (comparative studies on the submicroscopic structure, 

enzyme histochemistry). (Rodentia; Carnivora), Homo sapiens (Primates) 
c Differentiation of paraganglionic tissue. Same species as b 

d Comparative studies of prenatal development of Leydig interstitial cells. (Primates; Rodentia) 
KRAUSE, G.; Dr.phil., Prof.(Emer.) - Zool. Inst. I der Univ., Rontgenring 10, 87 WURZBURG, 

B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Experimental duplicitas cruciata. Taciiycines asynamorus (Orthoptcra) 
b Potency of germ band development in vitro. Bombyx mori (Lepidoptera) 
c Regulation mechanism of egg diapause. Same species as b 
d Ooplasmic and blastemic reaction systems. Pimpla turionellae (Hymenoptera) 
KREDIET, P.; M.V.D. Dept. of Anat. and Embryo!., Med. Fac, Erasmus Univ., P.O. Box 1738, 
ROTTERDAM 3002, Netherlands 

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a Ontogenetic malformations of the heart and great vessels in neonates and adults. (Mammalia), 

Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Development of the heart and great vessels. (Aves; Mammalia), Homo sapiens (Primates) 
c Kxperimental malformations and regeneration of blood vessels. Same species as b 
KRESS, Miss A.; Ph.D. - Anat. Inst, der Univ., Pestalozzistr.20, 4056 BASEL, Switzerland 
a Oogenesis. (Amphibia) 

b Variability of egg-capsule volumes during development. (Opisthobranchia, Gastropoda) 
KRITCHINSKAYA, Miss E. B.; Cand.biol.sci. - Dept. of Embryol., Leningrad State Univ., 

Mendeleevsky St.5, 199164 LENINGRAD, U.S.S.R. 
a Asexual reproduction, regeneration, and somatic embryogenesis, Dugesia tigrina (Turbellaria), 

Aeolosoma spec. (Oli^ochaeta) 
KRMPOTI(^-NEMANI(^, Mrs. J.; Prof. - Inst, of Anat. "Drago Perovic", Fac. of Med., Univ. of 

Zagreb, Salata 11, 41001 ZAGREB, Yugoslavia 
a Histogenesis and development of neuronal connections in the cerebral cortex. Homo sapiens 

(Primates) (with I. KOSTOVIC!:) 
KROEGER, H.; Dr.rer.nat., Prof. - Inst, fiir Genet., Univ. des Saarlandes, 66 SAARBRUCKEN 11, 

B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Puffing patterns in giant chromosomes and the mechanism by which they are evoked and 

controlled. Chironomus thummi, Ch. tentans (Diptera) 
b Embryology and genetics of pattern formation. Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 
KRUCHKOVA, Miss G. A. - Lab. of Embrvol., Inst, of Marine Biol., Far East Sci. Ctr., Acad, of Sci. 

of the USSR. VLADIVOSTOK 690022, U.S.S.R. 
a Larval development. (Echinoidea) 
KRZANOWSKA, Mrs. H.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Cienet. and Evolut., Jagellonian Univ., Krupnicza 50, 

30-060 KRAKOW, Poland 
a Studies of heterosis: sperm characters, fertihzation, and cleavage rate in inbred and crossbred 

animals. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
KRZYSZTOFOWICZ, Miss A.; D.Sc. - Zool. Dept., Jagellonian Univ., ul.Krupnicza 50, KRAKOW, 

Poland 
a Oogenesis and embryonic development. Tetrodontophora bielanensis (CoUembola) 
KSIAZEK-MIKULSKA, Mrs. I.; D.Sc, Prof. - Dept. of Zool., Inst, of Biol., Univ. of N. Copernicus, 

Gagarina 9. 87-100 TORUN, Poland 
a Regeneration of appendages after amputation. Tegenaria atrica (Araneae, Arachnida) 
b Teratogenesis caused by abnormal temperature. Argyroneta aquatica (Araneae, Araclinida) 
KUBLI, E.; Dr.Phil. - Zool.-Vergl. Anat. Inst., Univ. Zurich, Kiinstlergasse 16, 8006 ZURICH, 

Switzerland 
a Nucleic acids of various mutants. Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 
b Isozymes and gut enzymes of the mutant l(2)me. Same species as a 
KUDOKOTSEV, V. P.; Dr. - Dept. of Biol., Kharkov State Univ., Dzerjinsky Square 4, KHARKOV, 

U.S.S.R. 
a Regeneration processes. (Hirudinea) 
KUHN, H.-J.; Dr.med., Prof. - Anat. Inst, der Univ., Kreuzbergring 36, 34 GOTTINGEN, B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
a Placentation and development of vascular system. Tupaia belangeri (Insectivora) 
b Placentation. Galagoides demidovii (Primates) 

KUHN. O.; Dr.rer.nat., Prof.(Emer.) - Zool. Inst, der Univ., Weyertal 119, 5 K0LN41, W. Germany 
KUHNEL, W.; Dr.med., Prof. ~ Abt. Anat. der Rhein.-Westf. Techn. Hochschule, Med.-Theor. Inst., 

Melatener Str.211, 5100 AACHEN. B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Structure and function of the foetal membranes (morphology, histochemistry). Oryctolagus 

cuniculus (Lagomorpha) 
b Morphology of preimplantation stages and their endocrinological developmental control. Cavia 

porcellus, Rattus spec. (Rodentia), Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha) 
c Morphology and histochemistry of the female genital tract and of accessory male genital glands 

during development. Same species as a 
KUIJEN, C. J. van: M.Sc. - Zool. Lab., Unit of Morphol., Univ. of Leiden, Kaiserstr. 63, LEIDEN, 

Netherlands 
KULIKOVA, Mrs. N. I.: M.Sc. - Lab. of Physiol, of Fishes, Azov-Black Sea Res. Inst, of Marine Fish. 

and Oceanogr., Sverdlov St. 2, 334500 KERCH, Crimean Region, U.S.S.R. 
KUNZ, W.: Dr., Prof. - Inst, fur Allgem. Biol., Univ. Dusseldorf, Ulenbergstr. 127-129, 4000 

DUSSELDORF, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Characterization of germ line limited DNA (density satellite fractions, in situ hybridization). 

Heteropeza pygmaea (Cecidomyiidae, Diptera) 
b Rephcation of satellite DNA during polyploidization. Drosophila virilis (Diptera) 
c Replication of ribosomal DNA in the nurse cells of the ovary. (Diptera) 
d Magnification of ribosomal DNA in the Y chromosome (filter saturation hybridization). 

Drosophila hydei (Diptera) 
KURRAT, H.-J.; Dr.rer.nat. - Anat. Inst, der Univ., Lindenburg, 5 KOLN 41, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Segregation of the central nervous system; analysis of induction. Ambystoma mexicanum 

(Urodela) 
b Intlucnce of neural material on the mesodermal differentiation pattern. Same species as a 
KURULASHVILI, Mrs. L. L - Dept. of Anim. Embryol., Inst, of Zool., Acad, of Sci. of the Georgian 

SSR, 31 Chavchavadze Ave., TBILISI 380030, U.S.S.R. 
a Action of specific substances on ovarian follicles in early postnatal ontogenesis. Gallus 

domesticus (Aves) 

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b Experimental morphology of interaction between adenohypophysis and gonads in ontogenesis. 

Same species as a 
KUTHE, H. W.; Dr.rer.nat. - Zool. Inst, der Univ., Weyertal 119, 5 KOLN 41, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Makromoleculare Syntheseprozesse wahrend Determination und Differenzierung im Embryo. 

(Holometabola, Insecta) 
KUZIN, B.: Cand.Biol.Sci. - Inst, of Cytol. and Genet., Acad, of Sci. of the USSR., NOVOSIBIRSK 

630090, U.S.S.R. 
KVINNSLAND, S.; Dr.odont. - Anat. Inst., Univ. of Bergen, Arstadvei 19, 5000 BERGEN, Norway 
a Growth of craniofacial cartilages in vivo and in vitro (3H-thymidine incorporation). Rattus spec. 

(Rodentia) 
b Growth of autotransplanted nasal septum (3H-thymidine incorporation). Same species as a 
LAANE, H. M. - Anat.-Embryol. Inst., Univ. of Amsterdam, Mauritskade 61, AMSTERDAM-0., 

Netherlands 
a Light microscopy, electron microscopy, histochemistry, physiology, and experimental terato- 
genesis of heart development in the embryo. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
(with J. A. ROEST and J. A. LOS) 
LAAT, S. W. de; Ph.D. - Hubrecht Lab. (Intern. Embryol. Inst.), Uppsalalaan 8, "De Uithof " . 

UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a Regulation of the cell cycle and its significance for development and differentiation: the role of 
changes in membrane properties and structure, ion- and cyclic nucleotide metabolism. Physarum 
polycephalum (Eumycetozoina), Xenopus laevis (Anura), neuroblastoma cells, Mus musculus 
(Rodentia) (with J. G. BLUEMINK, P. T. van der SAAG, Th. F. J. de GREEFF (Univ. of 
Nijmegen), and B. A. M. van der ZEIJST (State Univ. of Utrecht) 
b Electrical membrane properties, membrane structure, ion- and cyclic nucleotide metabolism 

during fertilization. Xenopus laevis (Anura) (with J. G. BLUEMINK and P. T. van der SAAG) 
LABORDUS, v.; Ph.D. - Zool. Lab., State Univ. of Utrecht, Transitorium III, Padualaan 8, 

UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a Effect of total and partial UV-irradiation on cleavage and morphogenesis. Lymnaea stagnalis, 

Bitliynia tentaculata, Crepidula fornicata (Gastropoda) 
b Repair processes in eggs after UV-irradiation. Lymnaea stagnalis (Gastropoda) 
LABOUR, G. R. - Lab. de Zool., Univ. de Paris XI, Centre d'Orsay, 91405 ORSAY, France 
a Cytology of fat body development, with special reference to cell ultrastructure and cyto- 
chemistry. Leptinotarsa decemlineata (Coleoptera) 
LABROUSSE, J. P.; Dr.3e cycle - Lab. d'EmbryoL, Univ. Paris VI, 4 place Jussieu, 75320 PARIS 

Cedex 05, France 
a Gene amplification in oocytes. Pleurodeles waltlii (Urodela) 
LACROIX, J. C; Prof. - Lab. de Genet, du Devi., Univ. P. et M. Curie, Centre de Rech. dTvry, 67 rue 

M. Giinsbourg, 94200 IVRY-sur-SEINE, France 
a Organization and physiology of lampbrush chromosomes; involvement of lampbrush chromo- 
somal RNA in oogenesis and embryogenesis. Pleurodeles poireti, P. waltlii (Urodela) 
LAFONT, R. D. A.; M.S. - Lab. de Zool., Ecole Norm. Superieure, 46 rue d'Ulm, 75230 PARIS 

Cedex 05, France 
a Differentiation of imaginal wing discs: nucleic acids and pteridine metabolism, changes in enzyme 

titers. Pieris brassicae (Lepidoptera) 
b Action of 5-nuorouracil (5-FU), hormones and other chemical agents on the development of 

imaginal discs. Same species as a 
LAGUCHEV, S. S.j Dr.med.sci. - Inst, of Med. Genet., Acad, of Med. Sci. of the USSR, MOSCOW, 

U.S.S.R. 
LAKSHMI, Miss M. S.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Biochcm. Pathol., Univ. Coll. Hosp. Med. School, University 

St., LONDON WCIE 6JJ, England 
a Morphogenetic effects of follicle-stimulating hormone. Gallus domesticus (Aves) (with G. V. 

SHERBET) 
b Biochemical and biophysical characterization of the cell surface using natural pH gradients, (with 

G. V. SHERBET) 
LALLIER, R. A.; D.Sc. ~ Station Zool., Univ. de Paris VI, 06230 VILLEFRANCHE SUR MER, 

France 
a Biochemical aspects of embryonic determination (studies of animalizing and vcgetalizing agents). 

Paracentrotus lividus (Echinoidea) 
LANDAUI-:R, \V.; Ph.D., Prof. - Dept. of Human Genet, and Biometry, Univ. Coll. London, Wolfson 

House, 4 Stephenson Way, LONDON NWl 2HE, England 
a A causal analysis of teratogenic action of various chemical compounds. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b The nature and significance of phenocopies. Same species as a 

c The nature of dimethylsulfoxide as solvent in tests witli teratogens. Same species as a 
d Role of molecular shape in teratogenesis, studied witii substituted pyridines. Same species as a 
LANDSTROM, U. - Dept. of Zoophysiol., Univ. of Umea, S 901 87 UMEA, Sweden 
a The physiology of dorso-ventral polarity. Xenopus laevis (Anura) (with S. L^VTRUP) 
LANOT, R.; Dr.Scn. - Lab. de Zool., Univ. de Nancy I, CO. 140, 54037 NANCY Cedex, France 
a Axial malformations: causal analysis of the teratogenic action of trypan blue and RNAse. Gallus 

gallus (Aves) 
b Causal analysis of soinitogenesis. Same species as a 
c Morphology of normal and experimentally produced cell degeneration in the axial organs. Same 

species as a 
LANSDOWN, A. B. G.; Ph.D. Clin. Res. Ctr., Northwick Park Hosp., Watford Rd., HARROW 
HAl 3UJ, Middlesex, England 

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a Effect of viral infections on foetal and neonatal development. Rattus spec, Mus inusculus 

(Rodentia) 
b Effect of pancreatitis on pregnancy 

c Effect of prenatal growth retardation on postnatal development 
d Effect of exposure to anaesthetics (halothane, nitrous oxide) on pregnancy. Rattus spec, Homo 

sapiens and other spp. (Mammalia) 
LAPAN, E. A.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Zool. and €omp. Anat., Univ. Coll. London, Gower St., LONDON 

WC1E6BT, England 
a Development and molecular biology. (Mesozoa) 
LARINK, O.; Dr. - Zool. Inst, der Tcchn. Univ., Pockelstr. 10a, 3300 BRAUNSCHWEIG, B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
a Descriptive study of postembryonic development, especially moultmg, ultrastructural changes ol 

sensilla. Lepismatidae, Machilidae (Thysanura, Insecta) 
LARSSON, K. S.; Odont. D., Prof. ^ Lab. of TeratoL, Karolinska Inst., S-104 01 STOCKHOLM 60, 

LA SPINA (D'ANNA), Mrs. R.; D.Sci. - 1st. di Zool., Univ. di Palermo, Via Archirafi 18, 90123 

PALERMO, Italy ^, „ . 

a Line structure of unfertilized eggs and egg fragments. Ascidia malaca, Phallusia mamillata 

(Ascidiacea) 
b Analysis of colour pattern; ultrastructure of chromatophores. Discoglossus pictus (Anura) 
LASSfeGUES (FLAMAND). Mrs. M.: Dr.Biol.anim. - Lab. dc ZooL Exper., Univ. de Bordeaux I, Av. 

des Facultes, 33405 TALENCE, France 
a Embryologie. Sphaeroma spec (Isopoda, Crustacea) (avec N. DAGUERRE de HURLAUX) 
b Etude descriptive et experimentale des cycles mitotiques pendant les premiers stades du develop- 

pement embryonnaire. Meme espece comme a 
LATTAUD, C. - Lab. Sex. et Reprod. des Invertebr., Univ. P. et M. Curie, Bat. G, Tour 32, 4 place 

Jussieu, 75230 PARIS Cedex 05, France ^ • , 

a Control of sex differentiation and gametogenesis (organ culture). Eiscnia foetida (Oligochaeta) 
LAUGf., Miss G.: D.Sc Lab. d'Entomol. et d'Ecophysiol. Exp., Univ. de Paris XI (Pans-Sud), 

Bat'.446, 91405 ORSAY, France 
a Differentiation of genital apparatus. (Diptera) 

b Modifications of gonad development by thermal stress. Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 
c Abnormal proliferation of germinal cells in the gonads of triploid intersexes. Same species as b 
LAUTHIER, M.; Dr.3e cycle - Lab. d'EmbryoL Exp., Centre de Rech. du CNRS, 67 rue Maurice 

Gunsbourg,'94200 IVRY-sur-SEINE, France 
a Organogenese des membres (histochimie, microchirurgie, cytologic ultrastructurale, teratogenese 

experimentale). Pleurodeles waltlii (Urodela) ^ ^, j, 

LAVELLE, C. L. B.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Oral Pathol., Dental School, Univ. of Birmingham, St.Chad s 

Queensway, BIRMINGHAM B4 6NN, England 
a Embryology of the skull and of dental cusp pattern. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia), Homo sapiens 

(Primates) m/iAc 

LAVERDURE, Miss A.-M. - Lab. de Biol. Anim. A, Fac des Sci., Univ. Paris-Sud, Bat. 445, 914U5 

ORSAY, France 
a Differenciation de la gonade femelle et vitellogenese. Tenebrio molitor (Coleoptera) 
LAWRENCE, A. J.: Ph.D. - Dept. of Cell Biol., Univ. of Glasgow, GLASGOW Gil 6NU, Scotland, 

U.K. 
a Surfacepropertiesof erythrocytes. (Mammalia) r^ A»,DDir.r^r 

LAWRENCE, P. A.; Ph.D. Lab. of Molec Biol., Med. Res. Counc, Hills Rd., CAMBRIDGE 

CB 2 2QH, England _ , ^ .^ di ^ • 

a Polarity, giadients, and positional information in the segment. Oncopeltus fasciatus, Rhodnius 

prolixus (Heteroptera) r ,. 

b Compartments in insect development. Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera), Oncopeltus lasciatus 

(Heteroptera) 
c Developmental genetics of homoeotic mutants. Same species as b 
LAWSON, Miss K. A.; Ph.D. - Hubrecht Lab. (Intern. EmbryoL Inst.), Uppsalalaan 8, "De Uithot , 

UTRECHT, Netherlands , , ■ •. i, ** 

a Morphogenetic and growth control of salivary gland, lung and metanephros in vitro. Kattus 

norvegicus, Mus musculus (Rodentia) , j r- m d c 

LAZARD (HAUBEN), Mrs. L.; Dr. Sci. ~ Inst. d'Embryol. Exper. du Coll. de France et riu C.N.K.i>., 

11 Place M.Berthelot, 75 PARIS Ve, France 
a Limb regeneration after x-irradiation, and grafts of various tissues and organs. Ambystoma 

mexicanum (Urodela) 
b Development of gonads grafted in a heterotopic site; intluence of sex, age, and castration ot tiie 

host. Same species as a . ., • - vi . oo 

LE DOUARIN (CHAUVAC), Mrs. N. M.; Dr. Sci., Prof. - Lab. d Embryo!., Umv. de Nantes, 38 

Bd.Michelet, B.P. 1044, 44037 NANTES Cedex, France 
a Etude experimentale du developpement du tube digestif et du foie. Gallus gallus (Aves) 
b Differenciation biochimique des hepatocytes. Meme espece comme a 
c Experiments sur la differenciation de la glande thyroide et de la hypophyse. Meme espece comme 



d Experiments sur le developpement du thymus. Gallus gallus, Coturnix c japonica ( Aves) 

e La migration et la differenciation des cellules des cretes neurales (greffes mterspecifiques). Meme 

cspccc coniniG d 
LEENDERS, H. J.; Dr. - Dept. of Genet., Univ. of Nijmegen, Toernooiveld, NIJMEGEN, Netherlands 

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a The mechanism of gene activation by factors involved in respiratory metaboHsm; experimental 

puff induction. Drosophila hydei (Diptera) 
LEES, A. D.; Sc.D. - Dept. of Zool. and Appl. Entomol., Imperial Coll., London Univ., Field Station, 

Silwood Park, ASCOT, Berks. SL5 7PY, England 
a Control of polymorphic development with special reference to environmental factors and 

hormones. Megoura viciae (Aphididae, Homoptera) 
LEFFORD (FERNANDO), Mrs. F.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Anat. and Embryol., Univ. Coll. London, Gower 

St., LONDON WCIE 6BT, England 
a Migratory behaviour of cells in vitro 

LEFRESNE, J.; Maftre es Sci. - Lab. d'Embryol., Unite de Sci., Univ. de Caen, 14032 CAEN, France 
a Etude experimentale de la segmentation. Ambystoma mexicanum (Urodela) 
LEGAY, J. M.; Dr.es Sci., Prof. ~ Sect, de Biol. Gener. et Appl., Univ. de Lyon L 43 Bd. du 11 

Novembre 1918, 69621 VILLEURBANNE, France 
LEGENDRE, R.; Dr.rer.nat., Dr.es Sci., Prof. - Lab. de Zool. II, (Morphol. et Ecol), Univ. des Sci. et 

Techn. du Languedoc, Place Eugene Bataillon, 34060 MONTPELLIER, France 
a Embryonic and post-embryonic development. (Araneida, Arachnida) 
LEGRAND, Ch.; D.Sc. - Lab. de Biol, de la Reprod., Univ. P.et M.Curie, Tour 32, Rez de Chaussee, 4 

place Jussieu, 75230 PARIS Cedex 05, France 
a Fonctions, morphogenese et cytophysiologie du trophoblaste intra-arteriel. Rattus norvegicus 

(Rodentia) 
LEGRAND (HAMELIN), Mrs. E.; Dr. - Lab. de Physiol, et Genet, des Crustaces, Univ. de Poitiers, 40 

av. du Recteur Pineau, 86022 POITIERS, France 
a Controle genetique et humoral du sexe. Idotea balthica (Isopoda, Crustacea) 
b Sex determination. Dynamene bidentata (Isopoda, Crustacea) 
LEGRAND, J. J.; Dr., Prof. - Lab. de Physiol, et Genet, des Crustaces, Univ. de Poitiers, 40 av. du 

Recteur Pineau, 86022 POITIERS, France 
a Controle genetique, epigenetique et humoral du sexe chez des especes gonochoriques et herma- 
phrodites. Porcellio dilatatus, Armadillidium vulgare, Anilocra frontalis (Isopoda, Crustacea) 
LEHTONEN, E. I.;M.D. - Lab. of Exp. Embryol., III. Dept. of Pathol., Univ. of Helsinki, Haartmanin- 

katu 3, 00290 HELSINKI 29. Finland 
a Mechanism of kidney tubulogenesis. Mus musculus (Rodentia) (with L. O. SAXEN, J. J. 

WARTIOVAARA and S. NORDLING) 
LEHTONEN, J. - Dept. of Bot., Univ. of Turku, 20500 TURKU 50, Finland 
a Macrotemplate system: especially effect of structural changes in growth centers on development 

of new semicells (micro-beam UV irradiation; cytochalasin and puromycin techniques). 

Micrasterias spec. (Desmidiaceae) 
LEIBENGUTH, F.; Dr.rer.nat., Prof. - Inst, fur Genet., Univ. des Saarlandes, 66 SAARBRUCKEN 11, 

B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Mechanisms controlhng ontogeny and tissue distribution of isoenzyme patterns by differential 

allele activity. Ephestia (=Anagasta) kUhniella (Lepidoptera) 
b Onset of embryonic gene expression in vivo and in vitro. Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 
LEIKOLA, A. H. A.; Ph.D. - Lab. of Exp. Embryol., Dept. of Zool., Univ. of Helsinki, Arkadiankatu 

7, 00100 HELSINKI 10, Finland 
a Primary determination of the central nervous system. Triturus vulgaris (Urodela), Gallus 

domesticus, Coturnix coturnix (Aves) 
LELIEVRE, Miss C. S. - Lab. d'Embryol., Univ. de Nantes, 38 Bd.Michelet, B.P. 1044, 44037 

NANTES Cedex, France 
a Participation des cellules issues des cretes neurales cephaliques a la formation des structures 

pharyngiennes. Gallus gallus, Coturnix c. japonica 
LEMEZ, L.; MUDr. - Dept. of Anat., Charles Univ., U nemocnice 3, 12800 PRAHA 2, Czechoslovakia 
a Experimental topogenesis and morphology of the pneumogastric system. Gallus domesticus 

(Aves) 
b Thrombocyte development. Same species as a 
c Erythrocyte life span in the embryo. Same species as a 
LE MOIGNE, A.; Prof. - Fac. des Sci., Univ. Val de Marne (Paris XII), Av. du Gen. de Gaulle, 94000 

CRfiTEIL, France 
a Devcloppement embryonnaire (microscopic electronique). (Planariidae, 1 urbellaria) 
b RNA and protein syntiiesis, and cellular differentiation in regeneration (electron microscopy, 

biochemistry). Same species as a 
c Bioelectric currents and wound healing. Mus musculus, Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
LEMTIS, H. G.; Dr.med., Prof. Spec. Team of Exp. Gynecol, of the Dept. of Obstet. and Gynecol., 

Klin. Stcglitz, Free Univ. of Berlin, Ilindenburgdamm 30, 1 BERLIN 45, B.R.D., (Germany) 
a Architecture of the fetal and maternal placental blood vessels (corrosion preparations), and 

correlation of abnormal placenta! circulation with congenital malformations. Homo sapiens 

(Primates) 
LENDER, Th.; Prof. Lab. de Biol. Anim. A, Fac. des Sci., Univ. Paris-Sud, Bat.445, 91405 ORSAY, 

France 
a Regeneration: substances inductrices et inhibitrices. (Planariidae, Turbellaria) 
b Microscopic electronique de la regeneration, en particulicr des neoblastes. Dugesia gonoccphala 

(Turbellaria) 
c Neurosecretion. Same species as a 
d Regeneration. Asterina gibbosa (Asteroidea) 

e Culture in vitro d'organos larvaires. Galleria spec. (Lepidoptera), Periplaneta spec. (Blattariae) 
f Culture in vitro de gonades femelles. Tenebrio molitor (Coleoptera) 

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LENUON, R. G.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Anat., The Univ., Stopford Bldg., Oxford Rd., MANCHESTER 

M 1 3 9PT, England 
a Embryogenesis of trypan blue induced spina bifida, exencephalus and facial abnormaUties. Rattus 

norvegicus (Rodentia) 
b Effect of vitamin deficiency on the incidence of congenital malformations. Same species as a 
LENICQUE P. M.: Dr.Sc. - Lab. de Biol, des Invert. Marins et Malacol., Museum Natl. d'Hist. Nat., 

57 rue Cuvier, 75005 PARIS, France 
a Mechanism of cell transformation and migration during regeneration. Dugesia tigrina (Turbel- 

laria), Metridium senile (Actinozoa) 
b Effects of neuropharmaca on morphogenesis in the early embryo. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
c Effects of neuropharmaca on migration of blood cells. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
LENZ, VV.; Dr.med., Prof. - Inst, flir Humangenetik, Westf. Wilhelms Univ., Vesaliusweg 12-14, 44 

MONSTER, B.R.D. (Germany) 
LE PENNEC, M. L. M.; Dr.3e Cycle - Lab. de Zool., Univ. de Bretagne Occidentale, 6 av. le Gorgeu, 

29283 BREST Cedex, France 
a Laboratory rearing of larvae and juveniles. Various spp. (Lamellibranchia) 
b Morphogenesis of the hinge in larvae. Veneridae, Pectinidae, Mytilidae, Ostreidae, Anomiidae and 

others (Lamellibranchia) 
LEPORI, N. G.; Prof. - 1st. di ZooL, Univ. di Sassari, Via Murroni 25, 07100 SASSARI, Italy 
a Origin of the asymmetry of the female gonad (blastoderm in vitro). (Aves) 

b Origin of asymmetrical heart development (blastoderm in vitro). Gallus spec. Anas spec. (Aves) 
c The inductor of the uro-genital organs. Gallus spec. (Aves), Rana spec, Triturus spec. (Amphibia) 
LE ROUX, Mrs. S.; D.E.A. - Lab. de ZooL, Univ. de Bretagne Occidentale, 6 av. le Gorgeu, 29283 

BREST Cedex, France „ ., ^ ,. 

a Larval growth: 1. effect of feeding unicellular algae; 2. effect of hydrocarbons. Mytilus edulis, 

Pecten maximus (Lamellibranchia) 
LESCHER-MOUTOUE, Miss F. -- Lab. souterrain. Centre Natl. Rech. Scient., 09410 MOULIS, France 
a Reproduction, life cycle, and postembryonic development, especially of hypogeous species: 

Speocyclops spp.. Graeteriella spp., Diacyclops spp., Eucyclops spp., (Copepoda, Crustacea) 
LESPINASSE, R.; Dr. 3e cycle - Lab. de Zool., Centre d'Orsay, Univ. de Paris XI, 91405 ORSAY 

France 
a Cytology and genetics of the effects of supernumerary chromosomes. Locusta migratoria 

(Orthoptera) 
LESTAGE, J.; Dr.Biol.Anim. - Lab. de Biol. Anim. A, Univ. Bordeaux I, Av. des Facultes, 33405 

TALENCE, France . ^ 

a Etude experimentale de I'influcnce des facteurs nutritionnels sur la morphogenese du tube 

digestif et du pancreas. Rana dalmatina, Bufo bufo, Discoglossus pictus, Xenopus laevis (Anura), 

Triturus helveticus, Salamandra salamandra (Urodela) 
LEVAK (SVAJGER), Mrs. B.; D.Sc - Inst, of Biol., Fac of Med., Univ. of Zagreb, Salata 3, P.O. Box 

166, 41001 ZAGREB, Yugoslavia 
a Early differentiation; transplantation, in vitro culture. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) (with 

N. SKREB and A. SVAJGER, (Inst, of Histol. and Embryol.)) 
LEVIS, A. G.; Prof. ~ 1st. di Biol. Anim., Univ. di Padova, Via Loredan 10, 35100 PADOVA, Italy 

no embryological work in progress ^iio.^Ti 

LEZZI, M.; Ph.D. - Inst, of Cell Biol., Swiss Fed. Inst, of TechnoL, Honggerberg, 8049 ZURICH, 

Switzerland /n j *• \ 

a Effect of hormones and ions on gene function. Chironomidae (Diptera), Rattus spec (Rodentia) 
LHEUREUX, E. - Serv. de Biol. Anim., Univ. des Sci. et Techn. de Lille, B.P. 36, 59650 

VILLENEUVE D'ASCQ, France 
a The role of different tissues and their polarities in the regeneration of the hmbs. Pleurodeles 

waltlii (Urodela) -,,,»». mm/- 

LIERSE, W.; Dr.med., Prof. - Abt. Neuroanat., Anat. Inst, der Univ., Martinistrasse 52, 2 HAMBURG 

20,'b.R.D. (Germany) 
a Ultrastructure and histochemistry of brain and retina development. Cavia porcellus, Rattus spec. 

(Rodentia) . 

b The biological aspect of neuroblast and ghoblast following x-irradiation and hyperbaric oxygena- 
tion. Same species as a . • n r- • 
c The development of vascularization of the brain. Cavia porcellus, Rattus spec. (Rodentia), Cams 

familiaris (Carnivora), Homo sapiens (Primates) • , , 

LIMBORGH, J. van; M.D., Prof. - Anat.-EmbryoL Inst., Univ. of Amsterdam, Mauritskade 61, 

AMSTERDAM-0., Netherlands 
a Sex differentiation. Anas boschas (Aves) 
b Morphogenesis of the skull. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 

c Development of the harehp condition (descriptive studies). Homo sapiens (Primates) 
LINDE, L. A.; Dr.Odont. - Lab. of Oral BioL, Dept. of Histol., Univ. of Goteborg, Fack, 400 33 

GOTEBORG 33, Sweden 
a Tooth calcification studied by microdissection and microchemistry: 1. Glycosaminoglycans, 

proteins and glycoproteins in the odontoblast-predentine layer; 2. Odontoblastic enzymes in 

proteoglycan degradation and phosphate release. Rattus spec. (Rodentia), Oryctolagus cuniculus 

(Lagoniorpha) ,, j ■ 

LINDENMAYER, A.; Ph.D., Prof. - Theor. Biol. Group, Subfac. of Biol., Univ. of Utrecht, Heidel- 

berglaan 2, "De Uithof, UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a The morphogenetic processes giving rise to phyllotactic patterns of the shoot apex. (Ptendophy- 

ta; Spermatophyta) 

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b Developmental instructions for cellular interactions and divisions considered from the point of 

view of automata and language theory. 
c Mathematical models for the transition from vegetative to flowering condition in complex in- 
florescences. (Compositac) 
d Computer simulation of distribution of cell cycle phases in growing roots. (Gramineae) 
LINDSAY, Mrs. F. E. F.; M.R.C.V.S. Anat. Dept., Vet. Sch., Univ. of Glasgow, Bearsden Rd., 

GLASGOW G6 IIQH, Scotland, U.K. 
LINSKENS, H. F.; Dr., Prof. - Dept. of Bot., Univ. of Nijmegen, Toernooiveld, NIJMEGEN, 

Netherlands 
a Physiological and biochemical mechanism of the fertiUzation barrier during pollen tube growth, 

pollen germination, and in the ovule. Petunia spec. (Solanaceae), Lilium spec. (Liliaceae) 
b Induction of meiotic division. Ulva spec. (Chlorophyceae), Lihum spec. (Liliaceae) 
c Dormancy. Agrostemma githago (Caryophyllaceae) 
LIOSNER, L. D.; Dr.biol.sci. - Inst, of Human Morphol., Acad, of Med. Sci. of the USSR, Tsurupa 

St.3, MOSCOW 117469, U.S.S.R. 
a Mechanisms controlling the restoration of inner organs. Rattus norvegicus, Mus musculus 

(Rodentia) 
LIOTTI, F. S.; Dr., Prof. - 1st. di Biol. Gener., Univ. di Perugia, Via del Giochetto, 06100 PERUGIA, 

Italy 
a Aberrazioni cromosomiche e anomalie di sviluppo. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
LISSIA (FRAU), Mrs. A. M.; Dr. - 1st. di Zool., Univ. di Sassari, Via Murroni 25, 07100 SASSARl, 

Italy 
a Gonadogenesis and sexual differentiation. Perca fluviatilis, Cyprinus carpio (Teleostei) 
LITVAC, B.; M.D. - Dept. of Med. Biol., Med. School, P-^a 23 August 1, 1900 TIMI^OARA, 

Rumania 
a Electron microscopy of embryonic cell death. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
LIWSKA, Miss J.; Dr.Biol. - Dept. of Histol. and Embryol., Warsaw Agric. Univ., ul.Nowoursynowska 

166, 02-766 WARSZAWA, Poland 
a Ultrastructure of hypophysis development in the embryo. Sus scrofa domesticus (Artiodactyla) 
LOCCI, Miss P.; Dr.biol.sci. - Inst, of Histol. and Gen. Embryol., Univ. of Perugia, Via del Giochetto, 

06100 PERUGIA, Italy 
LOFBERG, J. E.; Fil.hc. - Zool. Inst., Univ. of Uppsala, Box 561, S-75122 UPPSALA 1, Sweden 
LOHMANN, K.; Dr.rer.nat. - Zool. Inst, der Univ., Weyertal 1 19, 5 KOLN 41, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Cytochemistry and biochemistry of gene amphfication connected with differentiation processes 

in early development. Triturus vulgaris (Urodela) 
b Generation time and changes in the cell cycle of embryonic cells. Same species as a 
LOMBARD (DES GOUTTES), Mrs. M. N.; Dr. Sci. - Unite de Physiol. Cell., U 22 INSERM, Inst, du 

Radium, Batiment 110, 91405 ORSAY, France 
a Induction of kidney tubules in metanephrogenetic mesenchyme. Mus musculus, Rattus 

norvegicus (Rodentia) 
b In vitro response of fetal Leydig cells to purified follicle stimulating hormone. Same species as a 
c Steroidogenetic cells in developing ovary (cytology, light and electron microscopy, histo- 
chemistry of A5-3/3-hydro\ysteroid dehydrogenase). Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
d Factors affecting in vitro 3H-thymidine uptake by embryonic and post-embryonic hepatic cells. 

Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
e Serum and liver cytosol factors affecting cell cycle frequency of hepatocytes during postnatal 

development. Same species as d 
LONNING (VADER), Mrs. S.; Dr.phil. Inst, of Biol, and Geol., Univ. of Tromso, 9001 TROMSO, 

Norway 
a The effect of drugs and environmental factors on development and morphogenesis (experimental 

study; electron microscopy). (Echinoidea), marine spp. (Teleostei) 
LOON, L. C. van; Dr., Ir. Dept. of Plant Physiol., Agric. Univ., Arboretumlaan 4, WAGENINGEN, 

Netherlands 
a The quantitative relationship between hydrolytic enzyme activity and substrate mobilization, and 

the role of oxidative enzymes in resistance to virus infection in senescing leaves. Nicotiana 

tabacum (Solanaceae), Avena .sativa (Gramineae) 
LOONES, Mrs. M. T.; Dr.3e Cycle Lab. de Genet, du Devi., Univ. P.et M.Curie, Ctr. de Rech. d'lvry, 

67 rue M.Giinsbourg, 94200 IVRY-sur-SEINE, France 
a Spontaneous and induced mutations detected on lampbrush chromosomes and their relationship 

witli embryogenesis. Pleurodcles poircti, P. waltlii (Urodela) 
LOPASHOV, G. v.; Dr.biol.sci., Prof. - Inst, of Developm. Biol., Acad, of Sci. of the U.S.S.R., 

Vavilov St.26, MOSCOW 1 17334, U.S.S.R. 
a Inductive interactions of the cells in differentiating retina by means of combinations of cells of 

the eye rudiment and the gastrula ectoderm. Rana temporaria, Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
b Stimulation of metaplasia of the pure pigmented epithelium of adults into retina by means of 

agents from newly differentiated retina. Mus musculus (Rodentia) (with A. A. SOLOGUB) 
c Inductive transformation of iris and pigment epithelium into lens tissue by agents from lens 

epithelium. Rana temporaria, (Anura) 
LOS, J. A.; M.D. Anat.-Embryol. Inst., Univ. of Amsterdam, Mauritskade 61, AMSTERDAM-0., 

Netherlands 
a Light microscopy, electron microscopy, histochemistry, physiology, and experimental terato- 

genesis of heart development in the embryo. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Mus musculus (Rodentia) 

(with M. M. LAANl and .1. A. ROl ST) 
b Cell interactions in the embryonic heart. Gallus domesticus (Aves) (with J. A. ROEST) 

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LOUVET, J. P.; Dr.BioI.anim. - Lab. de Zool. Exp., Univ. de Bordeaux I, Av. des Facultes, 33405 

TALENCE, France 
a Recherches descriptives et ultrastructuralcs sur la differenciation de la bandelette embryonnaire. 

Carausius spp. (Pliasmida) 
b Neurogenese. Meme espece commc a 
c Differenciation de Thypoderme. Meme espece comme a 
d Ultrastructure comparec du pleuropode. Carausius spec. (Phasmida), Locusta spec. (Orthoptera), 

. Rliizotrogus spec. (Coleoptera), Pyrrhocoris spec. (Heteroptera) ^ 

L0VTRUP (REIN), Mrs. H.; Fil.Dr. - Dept. of Zoophysiol., Univ. of Umea, 90187 UMEA, Sweden 
a Mitochondrial differentiation during early ontogenesis. Rana spp. (Anura) 
b Guanosine tripliosphate (GTP) and cyclic nucleotides and gastrulation. Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
c Cell transformation and cell differentiation. Rana spp., Xenopus laevis (Anura) (with 

S. L0VTRUP and L. NELSON) 
L0VTRUP. S.; Dr.Phil., Prof. Dept. of Zoophysiol., Univ. of Umea, 90187 UMEA, Sweden 
a Permeability and osmoregulation. Rana spp. (Anura) (with K. HANSSON MILD) 
b Cell transformation and cell differentiation. Rana spp., Xenopus laevis (Anura) (with 

H., L0VTRUP and L. NELSON) 
c Dorso-vcntral polarity. Xenopus laevis (Anura) (with U. LANDSTROM) 
d Differentiation of mitochondria. Same species as c (with H. L0VTRUP) 
LOWERY, R. S.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Biol., City of London Polytechnic, 31 Jewry St., LONDON 

EC3N 2EY, England 
LUCAS, A.; Dr.Sci., Prof. - Lab. de Zool., Univ. de Bretagne Occidentale, 6 av. le Gorgeu, 29283 

BREST Cedex, France 
a Experimental rearing of larvae; effect of pollutants and nutrition on growth and mortality. 

Mytilis edulis, Pcctinidae, Veneridae (Lamellibranchia) 
b Morphogenesis of reproductive apparatus; gonad differentiation, juvenile sexuality. (Lamelli- 
branchia) 
LIICEY, E. C. A.; B.Sc. - Res. Film Unit., Inst, of Anini. Genet., Univ. of Edinburgh, West Mains Rd., 

EDINBURGH EH9 3JN, Scotland, U.K. 
a Film of normal development. Gallus domesticus ( Aves) 
b Technique of in vitro culture of embryo; descriptive material covering first 72 hours of 

development in vitro. Same species as a 
c Film showing nuclear transfer technique. (Amphibia) 
d Differentiation and cell interactions in vitro of normal and abnormal ocular epithelium. Gallus 

domesticus (Aves), Mus musculus (Rodentia) (with R. M. CLAYTON, D.J. PRITCHARD and 

M. M. PERRY) 
LUDVVIG, K. S.; Dr.med., Prof. - Anat. Inst, der Univ., Pestalozzistr. 20, 4056 BASEL, Switzerland 
a Histochemistry of ripening ovarian follicles and the influence of steroid hormones. Rattus spec, 

Mesocricetus auratus (Rodentia), Homo sapiens (Primates) 
LUGER, O.; Dr. - Inst, fiir Molek.biol., Abt. Biol., Osterreich. Akad. der Wissensch., Billrothstr., 

5020 SALZBURG, Austria 
a Control of differentiation and DNA synthesis in heterokaryons and cell hybrids. (Fungi) 
b Muscle differentiation in vitro; inlluence of fusion with somatic cells. (Aves; Mammalia) 
LUI, A.; Dr.biol., Prof. - Dept. of Zool., Univ. of Zagreb, Rooseveltov trg 6, 41000 ZAGREB, 

Yugoslavia 
a Regeneration of proximal and distal body parts after exposure to ultraviolet light. Pelmatohydra 

oligactis. Hydra vulgaris (Hydrozoa) (with D.ZNIDARIC) 
b Effect of cosmogen (actinomycin D) and ultraviolet light on viability and regeneration. Pelma- 
tohydra oligactis, P. vulgaris (Hydrozoa) (with D. ^NIDARlC) 
LUKE, D. A.; DOrthRCS -Dept. of Oral Anat., Dental School, Northumberland Rd., NEWCASTLE 

upon Tyne NEl 8TA, England 
a Development of primary and secondary palate. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Neonatal growth of the skull and teeth. Same species as a 
c Effects of steroid hormones on oral mucosa in vitro. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
LUKiC, M. L.; M.D. - Immunol. Res. Center, Univ. of Belgrade, Vojvode Stepe 458, P.O. Box 979, 

11 000 BEOGRAD, Yugo-^lavia 
LUNDQUIST, A.; Fil.Mag. - Zoophysiol. Inst., Univ. of Lund, Helgonaviigen 3, 223 62 LUND, 

Sweden 
a Nucleic acid mobilization during early development. Calliphora erythrocephala (Diptera) 
LUPORINI, P.; Dr.Sc.Biol. - 1st. di Zool. e Anat. Comp. dell'Univ., Via A.Volta 4, 56100 PISA, Italy 
LUTZ, H.; Dr.es Sci., Prof. - Lab. de Biol. Anim., Univ. de Clermont, B.P. 45, 63170 AUBlfcRE, 

France 
a Developpement du blastoderme pendant les premieres heures de I'incubation. Anas spec. (Aves) 
b Culture in vitro du blastoderme. (Aves) (avec Mrs. Y. LUTZ-OSTERTAG) 
c Formation de I'entoblaste. (Aves) 

d La polyembryonie experimentale; Forientation des embryons. (Aves) 
e Polyembryonie experimentale. (Salmonidae, Teleostei) (avec Mrs. Y. LUTZ-OSTERTAG) 
f Action des ultra-sons sur I'embryon et sur differents organes. Gallus spec. (Aves) (avec Mrs. Y. 

LUTZ-OSTERTAG) 
g Action des pesticides sur le developpement de Tembryon. (Aves) 
h Free-martinismc spontane. (Aves) (avec Mrs. Y. LUTZ-OSTERTAG) 
LUTZ (OSTERTAG), Mrs. Y.; Dr.es Sci. Lab. de Biol. Anim., Univ. de Clermont, B.P. 45, 63170 

AUBI£RE, France 
a La genese de I'asymmetrie du tractus genital et la regression des canaux de Muller par la methode 

d'explantations. Gallus spec. (Aves) 

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b Role des hormones dans la differenciation primaire du sexe. Gallus spec, Coturnix coturnix 
(Avcs) 

c Polyembryonie experimcntale. (Salmonidae, Teieostei) (avec H. LUTZ) 

d Action des ultra-sons sur I'embryon et sur differents organes. Gallus spec. (Aves) (avec H. LUTZ) 

e Culture in vitro du blastoderme. (Aves) (avec H. LUTZ) 

f Free-martinisme spontane. (Aves) (avec H. LUTZ) 

g Hybridation. Anas spec. (Aves) 

h Action des pesticides sur le developpement de I'embryon. (Aves) 

LY THI Ba, Miss; Dr. - Lab. de Bot., Fac. de Pharm. Paris-Sud, rue J.B.Clement, 92290 CHATENAY- 
MALABRY,' France 

a Comparative embryogenesis and phylogenetic relations. Damasonium stellatum (Ranales), 
Potamogeton luceus (Helobiae) 

b Experimental embryogenesis: callus formation and development, embryoid formation. Pota- 
mogeton spec. (Potamogetonaceae), Myosurus spec, Delphinium spec, Actaea spec. (Ranun- 

LYON, Miss M. F.; Sc.D. - MRC Radiobiol. Unit, Didcot, HARWELL, Berks. 0X11 ORD, England 
a Developmental genetics of mutant genes; X-chromosome inactivation; experimental chimaeras. 

Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
McGOVERN, P. T. Dept. of Anat., Royal Vet. Coll., LONDON NWl OTU, England 
a Immunological aspects of foetal-maternal relationships exemplified by hybrid gestation. Capra 

hircus X Ovis aries (Artiodactyla) (with J. L. HANCOCK) 
MACHA, J.; RNDr. - Dept. of Exp. Zool., Charles Univ., Vinicna 7, 12844 PRAHA 2, Czechoslovakia 
a Proteins and antigens in early development. (Amphibia) (with A. ROMANOVSK'^ and 

J. PALECEK) 
McKENZlE, J.; M.D. - Dept. of Developm. Biol., Marischal Coll., Univ. of Aberdeen, ABERDEEN 

AB9 IAS, Scotland, U.K. 
a The metabolic characteristics of different tissues in the early embryo. Gallus gallus (Aves) 
b The effects of exogenous RNA on tlie early embryo and cell cultures. Same species as a 
c Myoblast/fibroblast relationships in monolayer cultures. Same species as a 
d The state of cell differentiation in early embryos. Same species as a 
e Growth and differentiation in vitro of heart muscle. Same species as a 
McLAREN, Miss A.; Ph.D. - MRC Mammalian Devi. Unit., Univ. Coll. London, Wolfson House, 4 

Stephenson Way, LONDON NWl 2HE, England 
a Influence of genotype and early embryonic environment upon development, investigated by in 

vitro cultivation of early embryos. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Blastocyst-uterinc interactions during the early stages of implantation, and during physiological 

and experimental delay of implantation. Same species as a 
c Sexual differentiation and origin of coat colour patterns in experimental chimaeras formed from 

aggregation of embryos of different genotype. Same species as a 
d Growth and differentiation of trophoblast in vivo and in vitro. Same species as a 
McLEAN, J. M.; M.D. - Anat. Dept., The University, MANCHESTER Ml 3 9PL, England 
a Development of immunological mechanisms in the foetus. (Mammalia) 
b Immunology of the maternal-foetal relationship. (Mammalia) 

MacLEAN, N.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Biol., Univ. of Southampton, SOUTHAMPTON S09 5NH, England 
a Developmental changes in haemoglobin, and the control of its synthesis. Xenopus laevis (Anura), 

Mus musculus, Rattus spec. (Rodentia), Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
MACMILLAN, E. W.;Dr. ^ Dept. of Anat., Univ. of Liverpool, P.O. Box 147, LIVERPOOL L69 3BX, 

England 
a The rate of transport of spermatozoa through the ductus epididymidis. Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
MADEN, M.; B.Sc - Dept. of Genet., Univ. of Birmingham, P.O.Box 363, BIRMINGHAM B15 2TT, 

England 
a Limb regeneration. Ambystoma mexicanum (Urodela) 
MADJEREK, Z. S.; Dr., Prof. - Anat.-Embryol. Inst., Univ. of Amsterdam, Mauritskade 61, 

AMSTERDAM-O., Netherlands 
a Experimental studies on genito-urinary tract development. Mus spec. (Rodentia) 
b Influence of fctotoxic and teratogenic agents on decidual reaction. Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
MAEHR, R.; M.Sc. - Inst, of Cell Biol., Swiss Fed. Inst, of Technol., Honggerberg, 8049 ZURICH, 

Switzerland 
a Characterization of chromatin. Chironomus spec. (Diptera), Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
MAISONHAUTE, C. Lab. de Zool., Univ. de Paris XI, Centre d'Orsay, 91405 ORSAY, France 
a Cell cycle; RNA metabolism; effect of a-amanitin in early embryogenesis (cleavage till early 

gastrula). Leptinotarsa decemlincata (Coleoptera) 
MAJORCA (MONTIXEONI), Mrs. A.; Dr.Sci. - Zool. Inst., Univ. of Palermo, Via Archirafi 18, 

901 23 PALERMO, Italy 
a Cytology of hybrids. (Ascidiacea; Amphibia) 
MAKINEN (LONNBIRG), Mrs. P. -I..; M.S. - Dept. of Forensic Med., Univ. of Turku, Kiinamyllvn- 

katu 10, 20520 TURKU 52, Finland 
a Biochemical characterization of enzymes appearing in early wound healinc. Rattus spec, Cavia 

spec (Rodentia) (with J. RAIKALLIO) 
b Enzyme histochemistry of skin transplants (allografts and homografts). Same species as a (with 

J. RAEKALLIO) 
c Biochemistry of vascular response in experimental wound healing. Same species as a (with 

J. RAI KALLIO) 



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d Acceleration of wound healing with zinc sulphate. Rattus spec. (Rodentia) (with 

J. RAEKALLIO) 
MALAPRADE, Miss D. - Lab. d'Embryol., Univ. de Nancy I, 31 rue Lionnois, 54000 NANCY, 

France 
a Fonction hypophysaire somatotrope au cours de la vie foetale et neonatale. Homo sapiens 

(Primates) 
MALCHOW, D. W. H.; Ph.D. - Biozentrum der Univ. Basel, Klingelbergstr.70, 4056 BASEL, Switzer- 
land 
a Chemotaxis and aggregation; solubilization and function of receptor. Dictyostelium discoideum 

(Acrasiales) 
MAtECKA, Mrs. J. - Dept. of Plant Cytol. and Embryol., Inst, of Bot., Jagellonian Univ., Grodzka 

St.52, 31-044 KRAK6\V, Poland 
a Mode of reproduction in apomicts (cytology, embryology, experimental studies), sections 

Palustria, Erythrosperma, Alpina of Taraxacum (Compositae) 
b Development of the endosperm. Echium vulgare (Boraginaccae) 
MALFT, P.; M.D. - Lab. d'Histol.-Embryol., Fac. de Med., Bd.Winston Churchill, B.P.38, 63001 

CLERMONT-FERRAND Cedex, France 
a Ultrastructure and cytochemistry of perinatal and adult hepatic cells in subculture. Rattus spec. 

(Rodentia) 
b Morphogenesis and cytochemistry of perinatal and adult myocardium in cell culture; pharmaco- 
logical study. Same species as a 
MALEYVAR, R. P.; M.Sc. - Dept. of Biol., City of London Polytechnic, 31 Jewry St.. LONDON 

EC3N 2EY, England 
MALIKOVA, Mrs. I. G. Dept. of Embryol., Leningrad State Univ., Mendeleevsky St. 5, 199164 

LENINGRAD, U.S.S.R. 
a Restoration processes at different stages of ontogenesis. Dinophilus spec. (Archiannelida), 

Pygospio elegans (Polychaeta) 
MALININA, Mrs. N. A.; Cand.biol.sci. - Phenogenet. Lab., Inst, of Gen. Genet., Acad, of Sci. of the 

U.S.S.R., 7(1) Profsojuznaya St., MOSCOW 117312, U.S.S.R. 
a Developmental study of mutant gene effects on skeletal abnormalities. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
MALIOVANOVA, Mrs. S. D. - Inst, of Developm. BioL, Acad, of Sci. of the U.S.S.R., Vavilov St.26, 

MOSCOW 117334, U.S.S.R. 
MALPOIX (HIGGINS), Mrs. P. M.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Molec. Biol., Free Univ. of Brussels, 67 rue des 

Chevaux, 1640 RHODE-ST-GENfeSE, Belgium 
a Role of cyclic nucleotides in hemopoietic differentiation in embryonic liver and in Friend virus 

infected cells: synthesis and metabolism of cytoplasmic and nuclear proteins; determination of 

cyclic nucleotide levels during differentiation. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
MANCINO, G.; Dr.Biol., Prof. - Inst, of Histol. and Embryol., Univ. of Pisa, Via A. Volta 4, 56100 

PISA, Italy 
a Development and functionality of the gonads in hybrids. Triturus spp. (Urodela) 
b Lampbrush chromosomes. Same species as a 
c L'ltrastructure of oogenesis. Nudibranchia (Gastropoda) 
MANCUSO, v.; Dr.Sci., Prof. - 1st. di Biol. Gen., Univ. di Palermo, Via Divisi 83, 90133 PALERMO, 

Italy 
a Histochemistry and ultrastructure of oogenesis and embryology. (Ascidiacea) (with 

M. GIANGUZZA and G. DOLCEMASCOLO) 
MANDARON, P. M.; Lic.es Sci. - Lab. de Zool., Dept. de Biol., Univ. Sci. et Med. de Grenoble, 

B.P.53, 38041 GRENOBLE, France 
a Mechanisms of evagination and differentiation of imaginal discs in different culture media. 

Drosophila mclanogaster (Diptera) 
b Effect of ecdysteroids on DNA, RNA, and protein synthesis in in vitro cultured imaginal discs. 

Same species as a 
c Cell culture of imaginal discs. Same species as a 
MANDEL, P.; Prof. -^ Centre de Neurochimie, C.N.R.S., 11 rue Humann, 67085 STRASBOURG 

Cedex, France 
MANELLI, H.; Ph.D., Prof. - 1st. di Zool. "F.Raffaele", Univ. di Roma, Viale dell'Universita 32, 

00161 ROMA, Italy 
a Differentiation and developmental correlations between hypophysis, adrenals, and gonads. Rana 

esculenta (Anura), Gallus gallus (Aves) (with L. MASTROLIA, E. MILANO-GRASSI, 

F ACCORDI and V. GALLO) 
b Biochemical events in polyspermic eggs. Paracentrotus lividus (Echinoidea) (with U. FERRINI) 
c Physico-chemistry of embryonic ribosomes. Gallus gallus (Aves) (with U. FERRINI, 

R. SCOPELLITl and O. SENATORI) 
MANFREDI ROMANINI, Mrs. M. G.; Ph.D., Prof. - Dept. of Histol. and Embryol., Univ. of Pavia, 

.Piazza Botta 10, 27100 PAVIA, Italy 
MANKOWSKA, Mrs. E.; Mgr. - Dept. of Exper. Embryol., Inst, of Obstet. and Gynecol., Med. Acad., 

Karowa 2, 00-315 WARSZAWA, Poland 
a The effect of embryotoxic and teratogenic agents, especially pesticides, on embryonic develop- 
ment. Mus musculus, Rattus spec. (Rodentia), Oryctolagus cuniculus, Lepus europaeus 

(Lagomorpha) 
MANN, S. L.;M.B.,Ch.B. - Dept. of Anat., Univ. of Dundee, DUNDEE DDl 4HN, Scotland, U.K. 
a Cell population and dynamics of developing diencephalon. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
MANN, T. R. R.; M.D., Ph.D., D.Sc, Prof. - A.R.C. Unit of Reprod. Physiol, and Biochem., Anim. 

Res. Stat., 307 Huntingdon Rd., CAMBRIDGE CB3 OJQ, England 

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a Biochemistry of the male reproductive organs and semen. (MammaHa) 

b Comparative biochemistry of reproduction. (Mollusca; Elasmobranchii), various large domestic, 

small laboratory, and wild animals (Mammalia) 
c Physiology and biochemistry of spermatophores. Octopus dofleini (Cephalopoda) 
d Coenzymes in spermatozoa. Ovis aries, Bos taurus, Sus domesticus (Artiodactyla), Equus cabalhis 

(Perissodactyla) 
MANNING, Miss M.J. ; Ph.D. - Dept. of Zool., Univ. of Hull, HULL HU6 7RX, England 
a Maturation of immunocompetence correlated with development of the lymphoid tissues: removal 

of the thymus and exposure to antigenic stimulation (allografts, protein antigens etc.) at different 

larval stages; in vitro studies of the immunological capabilities of lymphocytes. Xenopus laevis 

(Anura) 
MANSUETO (BONACCORSO), Mrs. C; Dr.nat.sci., Prof. - Zool. Inst., Univ. of Palermo, Via 

Archirafi 18, 90123 PALERMO, Italy 
a Investigations on embryonic development by use of radio-isotopes. Ciona intestinalis (Ascidiacea) 
b RNA synthesis in egg development. Ciona intestinalis, Ascidia malaca, Clavellina lepadiformis 

(Ascidiacea) 
MANUKHIN, B. N.; Dr.biol.sci. - Inst, of Developm. BioL, Acad, of Sci. of the U.S.S.R., Vavilov St. 

26, MOSCOW 117334, U.S.S.R. 
a Uptake of neurotransmitters by early embryos. (Echinoidea) 
MARAUD, R.; Dr.en Med., Dr.es Sci., Prof. - Lab. de Biol, et d'Histol., Univ. de Bordeaux II, Place de 

la Victoire, 33 BORDEAUX, France 
MARCEL, R.; D.Sc. - Serv. de Biol. Anim., Univ. des Sci. et Techn. de Lille, B.P.36, 59650 

VILLENEUVE D'ASCQ, France 
a Biochemistry of trophic factor and specific inhibition of cephaUc and caudal regeneration. 

Eisenia foctida (Oligochaeta) 
b Ultrastructure of nerve cells during regeneration. Same species as a 
c Immunofluorescence of factors governing morphogenesis. Same species as a 
MARCHAND, C. R.; Dr.3e Cycle - Lab. de Zool. et Embryol., Univ. de Besan9on, Place Marechal 

Leclerc, 25030 BESANfON Cedex, France 
a Histophysiologie des testicules et de I'hypophyse des hybrides intergeneriques steriles comparee a 

celle des canards fertiles. Cairina moschata, Anas platyrhynchos (Aves) (avec L. GOMOT) 
MARCHISIO, P. C; M.D. - 1st. di IstoL ed Embriol. Gen., Univ. di Torino, Corso Massimo d'Azeglio 

52, 10126 TORINO, Italy 
MARIANI, Mrs. G.; Dr.Sci.Biol. - Inst, of Histol. and Gen. Embryol., Univ. of Ferrara, Via Fossato di 

Mortara 66, 44100 FERRARA, Italy 
a Histochemistry and electron microscopy of epithelio-mesenchymal interactions during lung and 

skin morphogenesis in vitro. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
MARIN (LEWIN), Mrs. L.; Dr.Sci. - Lab. d'Lmbryol. Exper. du Coll. de France et du C.N.R.S., 11 

Place M.Berthelot, 75 PARIS Ve, France 
a Morphogenese du poumon: 1. determinisme de la maturation des structures specifiques de 

Tepithelium (ultrastructure); 2. evolution du metabolisme du tissu pulmonaire (biosynthese des 

lipides, activite enzymatique); 3. influence de mesenchymes hetcrologues sur revolution ultra- 

structurale de I'epithelium. Gallus gallus (Aves) (avec F. DAMERON) 
MARINELLI. Mrs. M.; Dr. - 1st. di Anat. Comp., Univ. di Perugia, Via A. Pascoli, 06100 PERUGIA, 

Italy 
a Ultrastructure of the cocoon. Dugesia lugubris (Turbellaria) 
b Histochemistry of vitelline cells. Same species as a 
MARINI, Miss M.; Dr. Biol. - 1st. di Anat. Comp., Univ. di Modcna, Via Berengario 14, 41100 

MODENA, Italy 
a Growth and differentiation of the subcommissural organ. Gambusia spec, Jordanella spec. 

(Teleostei) 
b Differentiation of Rohon-Beard cells. Salamandra spec. (Urodela) 
c Differentiation of the dorsal cells in the spinal cord. Crenilabrus spec. Hippocampus spec. 

(Teleostei) 
d Neurosecretion during development. Same species as a 
MARKENS, I. S.; Dr. Orthodont. Dept., Dent. Sch., State Univ. of Utrecht, Sorbonnelaan 16, "de 

Uithof, UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a Experiments on persistence of cranial sutures till old age; possible causes; bone movements or 

sutural tissue properties (transplantation of bone into suture). Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 

(wilhH. A. J.OUDHOF) 
MARKOVA, Mrs. L.N. - Inst, of Developm. Biol., Acad, of Sci. of the U.S.S.R., Vavilov St. 26, 

MOSCOW 117334, U.S.S.R. 
a The products of enzymic deamination of serotonin and catecholamines as potential regulators of 

cleavage divisions. Strongylocentrotus nudus, S. intermedius (Echinoidea) (with 

(,. A. BUZNIKOV) 
MARRARO (CARNAZZA), Mrs. M. L. 1st. di Anat. Umana Norm., Univ. di Catania. Via Biblioteca 

4, 951 24 CATANIA, Italy 
a Structural ciianges of allantoic membrane epithelium submitted to the action of different agents. 

Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b Pineal gland homoplastic graft in chorioallantoic membrane. Same species as a 
MARSH, J. L.; Ph.D. Abt. Zollbiol., Biozcntrum der Univ., Klingelbergstr.70. 4056 BASEL, 

Switzerland 
a ("ontrol of early embryogenesis and oogenesis using maternal effect mutants (micro-injection 

bioassay, genetic dissection of biochemical functions); pole cell grafts to determine the cell types 

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responsible for different aspects of oogenesis. Drosophila mclanogaster (Diptera) 
MARSHAK, Miss T. L. - Lab. of Developm. Cytogenet., Inst, of Developni. Biol., Acad, of Sci. of the 

USSR, Vavilov St. 26, MOSCOW 117334, U.S.S.R. 
a Differentiation and growth of the pigment epithelium of the retina, especially DNA synthesis, 
cell division, and mechanisms of cell polyploidization. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) (with O. G. 
STROEVA) 
b Dependence of DNA synthesis and cell proliferation in pigment epithelium ot the retina upon 
general growth factors of the eye. Same species as a (with O. G. STROEVA and I. G. PANOVA) 
MARSK, L.; M.D. - Lab. of Teratol.. Karolinska Inst., S-104 01 STOCKHOLM 60, Sweden 
MARTHY, H.-J.; Ph.D. - Lab. Arago, Univ. de Paris VI, 66650 BANYULS-sur-Mer, France 
a Determination, regulation, localization, and stability of primordial pattern. Loligo vulgaris 

(Cephalopoda) 
MARTIN (FORGET), Mrs. C; Dr.Sci. - Inst. d'Embryol. et Teratol. Exper. du C.N.R.S., 49bis Av. de 

la Belle Gabrielle, 94130 NOGENT-sur-MARNE, France 
a E.xperimental morphogenesis of embryonic kidney. Gallus gallus (Aves) (with Y. CROISILLE and 

M. GUMPEL) 
MARTIN, G. - Lab. de Physiol, et Genet, des Crustaces, Univ. de Poitiers, 40 av. du Recteur Pineau, 

86022 POITIERS, France 
a Controle neurohumoral de la differenciation sexuelle et de la mue. (Isopoda, Crustacea) 
b Nauplius eye of embryos. (Oniscoidea, Isopoda) 
MARTIN, Mrs. G. R.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Anat. and EmbryoL, Univ. Coll. London, Gower St., 

LONDON WCIE 6BT, England 
MARTIN, R. P.: Dipl.d'Etud.Approf. Lab. d'Embryol., Unite de Sci., Univ. de Caen, 14032 CAEN, 

France 
a Renouvcllement et differenciation des cellules de Tepithelium intestinal. Ambystoma mexicanum 

(Urodela) ^ ^ , , 

MARTfNEK, J.; M.D. - Inst, of Embryol., Charles Univ., Albertov 4, 128 00 PRAHA 2, Czechoslo- 
vakia 
a Cytochemistry and electron microscopy of ova. Rattus spec. (Rodentia), Homo sapiens 

(Primates) 
b Fine structure of the blastocyst; the role of nucleoli in early ditferentiation of blastodermic 

vesicle. Same species as a • ,,• , 

c Ultrastructure and histochemistry of ovary differentiation; development of ovum and tolhcle 

cells. Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
MARTINOVITCH, P. N.; Ph.D. Lab. of Molec. Biol, and Endocrinol., Inst, of Nucl. Sci. ' Boris 

Kidric", P.O.Box 522, 11001 BEOGRAD, Yugoslavia 
a Reaction to X-rays of the reproductive tract in utero (opening of the vagina, luteinization). 

Rattus spec. (Rodentia) . „ , , 

MARTY, R. J. L.; Dr.en Med., Dr.es Sci., Prof. - Lab. de Neurophysiol., Univ. des Sci. et Techn. du 

Languedoc, Place E.Bataillon, 34060 MONTPELLIER Cedex, France 

a Neurophysiologie. 1. Maturation perinatale du systeme auditif (stimulation electrique de la 

coclilee; stimulation tonale). 2. Maturation postnatale du systeme vestibulaire. 3. Involution 

experinientale et plasticite du systeme auditif. Felis catus (Carnivora), Oryctolagus cuniculus 

(Lagomorpha) , -, n if 

b Neuroanatomie. 1. Maturation perinatale du cortex cerebral: synaptogenese. 2. Proliferation et 

migrations postnatales dc la nevroglie. 3. Degenerescence postnatale du tractus optique et gliose 

reactionnelle. Rattus norvegicus, Felis catus (Mammalia) ^ ^n,^i 

MASTROLIA, Mrs. L.; Dr.bioLsci. - 1st. di ZooL "Federico Raffaele", Viale delPUniversita 32, 00161 

ROMA (7), Italy 
a Morphophysiology of chromaffin cells of the adrenals. Bufo buto, Rana esculenta (Anura), 

Triton cristatus (Urodela), Gallus gallus (Aves) 

b Differentiation and developmental correlations between hypophysis, adrenals, and gonads. Rana 

esculenta (Anura). Gallus gallus (Aves) (with H. MANELLI, E. MILANO-GRASSI, F. ACCORDI 

and V. GALLO) , . ,, , , , .„ 

MATFJKA M.; Dr. Med., C.Sc. - Inst, of Histol. and EmbryoL, Charles Univ., Karlovarska 48, 

PLZ EN, Czechoslovakia ■ i u 

a Morphogenesis of the genital organs from an evolutionary standpoint (Amniota, mcl. Homo 

sinicns ) 
MATTHOPOULOS, D. P. Dept. of Cell Biol., Univ. of Glasgow, GLASGOW Gil 6NU, Scotland, 

L'-K. , ■ „ 

a Effect of factors derived from conditioned media on embryonic neural retina cell aggregation. 

Gallus domesticus (Aves) ■ • ' ■ 

MATUSZEWSKI, B.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Cytol., ZooL Inst., Warsaw Univ., Krakowskie Przedmiescie 

26/28, WARSZAWA 64, Poland xt^x.^coidcl' 

MATVEEVA, Mrs. N. - Inst, of Cytol. and Genet., Acad, ot Sci. of the USSR, NOVOSIBIRSK 

630090,'U.S.S.R. ,. ^^ ^„„ ^^..^dadiq 

MAUCHAMP, B. L.; Ing. - Lab. de ZooL, Ecole Norm. Supeneure, 46 rue d Ulm, 75230 PAKlb 

Cedex 05, France 

- INA Paris-Grignon, Centre Grignon, 78 THIVERVAL-Grignon, France 
a Hormonal control of imaginal wing disc development. Pieris brassicae (Lepidoptera) 
b Biochemistry of diapause. Same species as a 

c Ultrastructural aspects of scale development. Same species as a . . ^^ ui 

MAUGER (GIRARD), Mrs. A.; D.Sc. - Lab. de Zool. et BioL Anim., Univ. Sci. et Med. de Grenoble, 

B.P.53, Centre de Tri, 38041 GRENOBLE, France 

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a Role of spinal cord in feather morphogenesis; cutaneous nerve supply; neurotaxis. Gallus 

domesticus (Aves) 
b Morphogenetic role of early somitic mesoderm in limb bud differentiation. Same species as a 
c Origin of limb muscles. Gallus domesticus, Coturnix c. japonica (Aves) 

d Scanning electron microscopy of the epidermis during feather morphogenesis. Same species as a 
e Microcinematographv of skin cells cultured in vitro. Same species as a 

MAYS, U.; Dr.rer.nat. - Zool. Inst, dcr Univ., Badestr. 9, 44 MONSTF.R/Westf., B.R.D. (Germany) 
a RNA transport in the egg follicle, especially in meroistic ovaries (radioisotopes, electron micro- 
scopy). Pyrrhocoris apterus (Heteroptera) 
MAZABRAUD, A.; Dr.3e cycle - Centre de Genet. Molec. du CNRS., 91190 GIF-sur-YVtTTE, 

France 
a Mecanismes biochimiques de I'oogenese. Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
MAZHUGA, P. M.; Dr.Biol.Sci., Prof. - Dept. of Cytol. and Histogen., Inst, of Zool., Acad, of Sci. of 

the Ukraine, Vladimirskaya St. 51/53, Apt. 89, 252003 KILV, U.S.S.R. 
a Principles of genesis, and cytological peculiarities of some derivatives of mesenchyme: the 

peculiarities of endochondral and perichondral osteogenesis. Domestic and laboratory animals 

(Mammalia), Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Onto- and phylogenesis of the blood-vascular trunks of the extremities. Same species as a 
c Development of the blood-vascular bed of the joint capsule. Same species as a 
d Histogenesis of blood vessels; comparative hemopoiesis. Same species as a 
e The structural and functional differentiation of cells in chondrogenesis and osteogenesis. 

(Mammalia) 
f Utilization of cells and matrix substances during enchondral osteogenesis (autoradiography, 

histochemistry, electron microscopy). Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha), Rattus spec. 

(Rodcntia) 
g Osteoblast sources in periosteal and endochondral osteogenesis (autoradiography, cytophoto- 

metry, electron microscopy) 
MAZZA, M.; Dr.Nat.Sci. - 1st. di Zool. e Anat. Comp. deH'Univ., Via A. Volta 4, 56100 PISA, Italy 
MAZZUCCO, K.; Dr.phil. - Inst, fiir Krebsforsch., Univ. Wien, Borschkegasse 8a, Postfach 72, 1090 

WIEN, Austria 
a Influence of collagen on cell proliferation and differentiation. (Rodentia) 

MEER, J. M. van der; M.Sc. - Dept. of Zool., Cathol. Univ., Toernooiveld, NIJMEGEN, Netherlands 
a Normal development. Callosobruchus maculatus (Coleoptera) 
b Pattern formation: role of special ooplasmic regions in the spatial and temporal differentiation of 

blastoderm cells; underlying molecular mechanisms. Same species as a 
MEINIEL (BOUTRON), Mrs. A.; Dr. 3e cycle - Lab. de Biol. Anim., Univ. de Clermont. B.P.45, 

63170 AUBlf.RE, France 
a Embryonic development of the pineal gland (electron microscopy, Falck and Hillarp method, 

autoradiography). (Reptilia; Aves; Mammalia) 
b Parapineal organ (same methods as a). Lampetra planeri (Cyclostomata) 
MEINIEL, R.; Dr.3e cycle - Lab. de Biol. Anim., Univ. de Clermont, B.P. 45, 63170 AUBIERE, 

France 
a Teratogenic action of parathion: effect on biogenic amines, catecholamines and glycogen (histo- 
chemistry, electron microscopy). Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b Effect of anticholinesterasic properties of organophosphate insecticides on axial deformities 

(light and electron microscopy, histochemistry). Gallus domesticus, Coturnix coturnix (Aves) 
MELEHOVA, Mrs. O. P. - Chair of Embryol., Biol. Fac, State Univ. of Moscow, Lenin Hills, 

MOSCOW 117234, U.S.S.R. 
a Processes involving free radicals in normal and pathological development. Rana temporaria, R. 

esculenta (Anura) and other Vertebrata 
MELLER, K.; Dr.med., Prof. - Inst, fiir Anat. I, Arb.gr. fiir Exper. Cytol., Ruhr-Univ., Universitiits- 

str.150, MA 5/46, Postfach 2148, 463 BOCHUM, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Development of retina and central nervous system, especially cerebral cortex and cerebellum 

(electron microscopy, autoradiograpiiy, tissue culture). Gallus domesticus (Aves), Mus muscuius 

(Rodentia) 
b Protein synthesis of differentiating nerve cells (autoradiography). Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
c Cell aggregation, cell differentiation, and synaptogenesis in the central nervous system (tissue 

culture, transmission and scanning electron microscopy, autoradiography). Same species as a 
MENKES, B.; Dr.med., Prof. Lab. de Embriol. Norm, ^i Patol., Acad, de Stiin^e Med., Centr. de 

Cere. Med., Bv. Mihai Viteazul 24, 1900 TIMI^OARA Rumania 

Dept. of Med. Biol., Med. School, P-^a 23 August 1, 1900 TIMI^OARA, Rumania 
a The role of normal and experimentally induced necrosis in teratogenesis 
b Cinematographical studies on growth and differentiation processes of the embryonic axial organs. 

Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
c The influence of exogenous factors on embryonic development; prenatal pathology. Gallus 

domesticus (Aves) 
d Organogenesis in the embryo. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
e Development of cerebral vesicles. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
MERCIER (PAROT), Mrs. L.; Dr.Sci. - Lab. d'Embryol., U.E.R. Biomcd., 45 rue des Sts.Peres, 75270 

PARIS Cedex 06, France 
a Tcratogencse par sulfamides hypoglycemiants, antimetabolites. Rattus spec. (Rodentia) (avec 

H. TUCH.MANN-DUPLESSIS) 
b Intluence de la cortisone sur la gestation et le developpement foetal. Meme espcce comme a 
c Intluence des alcaloides du Rauwoifia. de la reserpine et de la deserpidine sur le developpement. 

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Meme espece coninie a (avec H. TUCHMANN-DUPLESSIS) 
d Influence des neuroleptiques sur les malformations congenitales. Rattus spec, Mus spec. 

(Rodentia), Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha) 
c Diabete experimental et grossesse. (Mammalia) 
f Influence des antimitotiques, des anticonvulsants et de la prostaglandine F2a sur la gestation. 

Meme espece comma d (avec H. TUCHMANN-DUPLFSSIS) 
g Mecanismes d'action de substances embryotoxiques (transfert d'oeufs) (Rodentia) (avec 

C. ROUSSEL) 
MKRKER, H.-J.; Dr.med.. Prof. - Anat. Inst, der Freien Univ. Berlin, Kbn.-Luise-Str. 15, 1 BERLIN 

33, B.R.D. (Germany) 
MERKLE, U.; Dr.med., Prof. Anat. Inst, der Univ. Erlangen-Niimberg, Krankenhausstrasse, 852 

ERLANGEN, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Spermatoeenese und Sertoli-Zellen. Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
MESHCHERYAKOV, V. N. - Chair of Embryol., Biol. Fac, State Univ. of Moscow, Lenin Hills, 

MOSCOW 1 17234, U.S.S.R. 
a Spatial organization of spiral cleavage: symmetry; nature of cell contacts; spindle-cortex inter- 
actions. Lymnaea stagnalis, Physa spp., Aplexa hypnorum, Radix peregra (Gastropoda) 
b Shell morphogenesis: correlation with cleavage asymmetry. Lymnaea stagnalis, Physa acuta 

(Gastropoda) 
MESSAGE, M. A.; Ph.D. Anat. School, Univ. of Cambridge, Downing St., CAMBRIDGE CB2 3DY, 

England 
a Development of muscle, primarily with histochemical techniques. Xenopus laevis (Anura), Mus 

musculus, Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
b Development of tissue culture techniques for study of myogenesis. 
MESTRE, J.-C; Prof. Lab. de Biol. Cell., Univ. de Paris-Sud, 22 rue J.B.Clement, 92290 

CHATENAY-MALABRY, France 
a Morphology and physiology of embryoids originating from callus. (Angiospermae) 
b Physiological and morphological relations of the embryo with its surroundings during develop- 
ment in situ (Angiospermae) 
METAFORA, S.; Dr. - Lab. of Molec. Embryol., Consiglio Naz. delle Ricerche, Via Toiano 2, 80072 

ARCO FELICE (Napoli), Italy 
MEUSY, J. J.; Dr. - Lab. Sex. et Reprod. des Invertebr., Univ. P.et M. Curie, Bat.G, Tour 32, 4 place 

Jussieu, 75230 PARIS Cedex 05, France 
a Electrophoresis and immunochemistry of the female specific protein. Orchestia gammarellus 

(Amphipoda, Crustacea) 
b Androgenic hormone. (Crustacea) 
MGLINETZ, V. A.; Dr. - Lab. of Exp. Genet., Inst, of Med. Genet., Kashirskoye Chaussee 6a, 115478 

MOSCOW, U.S.S.R. 
a Determination of imaginal disc cells in normal and mutant strains. Drosophila melanogaster 

(Diptera) 
b Interaction of homoeotic and non-homoeotic genes during development. Same species as a 
MICCIARELLI (SBRENNA), Mrs. A.; Dr.Biol. - 1st. di Zool., Univ. di Ferrara, Via Previati 24, 44100 

FERRARA, Italy 
MIDDLETON, C. A.; B.Sc. - Dept. of Zool. and Comp. Anat., Univ. Coll. London, Gower St., 

LONDON WCIE 6BT, England 
a Locomotion and behaviour of epithelial cells in tissue culture. Galius gallus (Aves), Mus musculus 

(Rodentia) 
MIGLIORINI (BRUSCHELLI), Mrs. G.; Dr.Sci.Biol. - 1st. di Biol. Gener., Univ. di Perugia, Via del 

Giochetto, 06100 PERUGIA, Italy 
a Aberrazioni cromosomiche e anomalie di sviluppo. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
MIKHAYLOV, A. T.; Cand.biol.sci. - Lab. of Embryol., Inst, of Human Morphol., Acad, of Med. Sci. 

of the USSR, Tsurupa St.3. MOSCOW 1 17469, U.S.S.R. 
a Immunology and immunochemistry of antigens in the retina during development. Gallus 

domesticus (Aves) 
b Biochemistry of eye lens induction, especially identification, separation, and purification of the 

lens-inducing substance of embryonic retina, various spp. (Amphibia), Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
MIKULSKA, Mrs. I. see: KSI^SEK-MIKULSKA, Mrs. I. 
MILAIRE, J.; M.D., Prof. - Lab. d'Anat. et d'EmbryoI. Hum., Univ. Libre de Bruxelles, 97 rue aux 

Laines, 1000 BRUXELLES, Belgium 
MILANO-GRASSI, Mrs. E.; Dr.biol.sci. - 1st. di Zool. "Federico Raffaele", Viale dell'Universita 32, 

00161 ROMA (7), Italy 
a Differentiation and developmental correlations between hypophysis, adrenals, and gonads. Rana 

esculenta (Anura), Gallus gallus (Aves) (with H. MANELLI, L. MASTROLIA, F. ACCORDI and 

V. GALLO) 
b Experiments on differentiation of embryonic gonads. Rana esculenta (Anura), Gallus gallus 

(Aves) 
MILES, V. J.; B.Sc. - Dept. of Anat. and Embryol., Univ. Coll. London, Gower St., LONDON 

WCIE 6BT, England 
MILKOVK^ (2ULJ), Mrs. K;Ph.D., Prof. - Inst, of Biol., Fac. of Med., Univ. of Zagreb, Salata 3, P.O. 

Box 166, 41001 ZAGREB, Yugoslavia 
a Development and function of the pituitary-adrenocortical system in foetus and neonate (bio- 
chemistry, histology, histochemistry). Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) (with R. KLEPAC, 
M. PERUZOVIC and J. PAUNOVIC) 
b Effects of perinatal influences, especially adrenocorticoids, on emotionality, active and passive 

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avoidance conditioning. Same species as a (witli M. PERUZOVlC and J. PAUNOVlO) 
MILLONIG, G.; M.D. - Lab. of Molec. Embryol., Consiglio Naz. delle Ricerche, Via Toiano 2, 80072 

ARCO FELICE (Napoli), Italy 
MINAFRA, S.; Ph.D. - 1st. di Istol. ed Embriol., Univ. di Palermo, Via Archirafi 20, 90123 

PALERMO, Italy 
MINGANTL A.; Dr., Prof., - 1st. di Anat. Comp., Univ. di Genova, Via Balbi 5, 16126 GENOVA, 

Italy 
a Cholincsterase and phosphatase activities in eggs and embryos. Balanus spec, Lepas spec. 

(Cirripedia), Artemia salina (Branchiopoda, Crustacea) 
b Effects of cholincsterase inhibitors on development (Ascidiacea; Echinoidea) 
MIRCOV, Mrs. O.; M.D. - Dept. of Med. Biol., Med. School, P-t,a 23 August 1, 1900 TIMI^OARA, 

Rumania 
a Development of facial primordia. Gallus domesticus ( Aves) 
MIRRE, C; M.Sc. - Lab. d'Histol. et Embryol. II, Univ. d'Aix-Marseille, 27 Bd. Jean Moulin, 13385 

MARSEILLE Cedex 4, France 
MISCHKE, D.; Dipl.Biol. Inst, fiir Allgem. Biol., Univ. Diisseldorf, Ulenbergstr. 127-129, 4000 

DUSSELDORF, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Isolation and characterization of chromosome-sized Y DNA from eye-antenna-discs. Drosophila 

hydei (Diptera) 
b Processing of ribosomal RNA from testes. Same species as a 
MITASHOV, V. I.; Cand.biol.sci. - Res. Grp. of Mech. of Diff., Inst, of Devi. Biol., Acad, of Sci. of 

the USSR, Vavilov St.26, MOSCOW 117334, U.S.S.R. 
a Cytological changes in pigment epithelium cells in the course of their transformation into neural 

retina during eye regeneration: RNA and DNA synthesis, cell cycles, the synthesis of general and 

specific protein products. Triturus cristatus, T. vulgaris, Pleurodeles waltlii (Urodela) 
b Regeneration of the neural retina with special reference to S-100 protein. Triturus cristatus 

(Urodela) (with L. I. KOROCHKIN and S. M. SVIRIDOV, Novosibirsk) 
c Development of regional differences in neural retina and pigment epithelium (synthesis of DNA, 

RNA). Acipenser stellatus, A. giildenstiidti (Chondrostei) (with O. G. STROEVA and E. A. 

BABURINA) 
MITCHISON, G. J.; Dr.Phil.(Math.) - Lab. of MoL BioL, Med. Res. Council, Hills Rd., CAMBRIDGE 

CB2 2QH, England 
MITOLO, v.; M.D. - Inst, of Human Anat., Fac. of Med., Univ. of Bari, Policlinico, 70124 BARI, 

Italy 
a Changes of spinal ganglia and spinal cord after increase or decrease of the peripheral field of 

innervation, (jallus domesticus (Aves) 
b Growth models, a general study. 

c Computer simulation of growth and morphogenesis of the limb buds. Same species as a 
d Growth of spinal cord. Same species as a 
MITSKEVICH, M. S.; Dr.Biol.Sci., Prof. - Inst, of Developm. Biol., Acad, of Sci. of the U.S.S.R., 

Vavilov St.26, 117334 MOSCOW, U.S.S.R. 
a Hypothalamic control of thyroid function in fetus and neonate. Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lago- 

morpha), Cavia porcellus, Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
b Influence of encephalectomy on adrenocortical and thyroid function in the fetus. Same species as 

a 
MOCQUARD, J.-P.; Dr. - Lab. de Physiol, et Genet, des Crustaces, Univ. de Poitiers, 40 av. du 

Recteur Pineau, 86022 POITIERS, France 
a Etude statistique de la croissance et de la mue; action des facteurs externes sur les systemes 

neuro-secreteurs. Porcellio dilatatus, Ligia oceanica (Isopoda, Crustacea) 
b Recherches sur I'expression mathematique des lois de la croissance relative, plus particulierement 

des organes soumis aux hormones sexuelles. Same species as a 
MOCZAR, Mrs. M.; Ph.D. - Lab. de Biochim. du Tissu Conjonct., Univ. de Paris XII, 6 rue du 

Gdn.Sarrail, 94000 CR^TEIL, France 
a Glycoproteins of aorta muscle cell membranes and their interaction witli extracellular macro- 
molecules (collagen, proteoglycan, elastin); biosynthesis of these macromolecules in aorta; age 

clianges in macromolccular interactions (organ and cell culture). Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lago- 

morpha), Sus scrofa domesticus (Artiodactyla) 
b Regeneration of elastic tissue. Canis famiiiaris (Carnivora) 
MODAK, S. P.; Dr.Sci.Biol. Inst. Suisse de Rech. Exp. sur le Cancer, rue Bugnon 21, 1011 

LAUSANNE, Switzerland 
a Isolation and characterization of the nuclear and cytoplasmic non-mitochondrial DNA, 

synthesized during crythropoiesis. Anas platyrhynchos (Aves) 
b Qualitative and quantitative changes in the genome during lens fiber cell differentiation 
c Factors controlling de- and rediffcrentiation of cultured iris epithelial cells, studied by cell 

injection combined with immunonuorescence for gamma crystallin. Notophtlialmus viridescens 

(Urodela) (with T. YAM ADA and A. GRASSMANN) 
MODLINSKI, J. A.; M.Sc. Dept. of l-mbryol., Zool. Inst., Univ. of Warsaw, Krakowskie 

Przedmiescie 26/28, WARSZAWA 64, Poland 
a Fertilization and early development. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Microsurgery of early embryos. Same species as a 
MOI', il.; M.D., Prof. Anal. Dept. C, Univ. of Copenhaccn, Universitetsparken 1, 2100 COPEN- 

HAGI-.N 0, Denmark 
a Differentiation of ameloblasls. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 

MOITAT, D. B.; M.D., Prot. Dept. of Anat., Univ. CoU., P.O. Box 78, CARDIIF CFl IXL, Wales, 
U.K. 

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a Postnatal development of kidney. Rattus spec. (Rodentia), Homo sapiens (Primates) 

MOHR, H.; Dr.rer.nat., Prof. - Biol. Inst.ll, Lehrst. fur Bot., Univ., Schanzlest.9, 78 FREIBURG/Br., 

B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Mechanism of phytochrome action at the level of phytochrome-mediated enzyme induction and 

enzyme repression, and its relation to development. Sinapis alba (Cruciferae) 
MOILLIET, G.; cand.phil.nat. - Div. of Cell and Devi. Biol., Zool. Inst., Univ. of Bern, Sahlistr.8, 

3012 BERN, Switzerland 
a Analysis of mRNA in oocytes and differentiated tissues. Xenopus laevis (Anura) (with 

R. WEBER and G. RYFFEL) 
b Thyroxine and RNA synthesis in tadpole tissues. Same species as a (with R. WEBER and 

G. RYFFEL) 
MOLOTKOVA, Miss L. F. - Inst, of Human Morphol., Acad, of Med. Sci. ot the USSR, Tsurupa St.3, 

MOSCOw'l 17469, U.S.S.R. 
a Immunological relationships between mother and foetus. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia), Papio 

hamadryas, Macaca mulatta. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Humoral interactions between analogous organs (reticulo-endothelial and leucopoietic system) of 

mother and foetus. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia), Macaca mulatta (Primates) 
c Cell and humoral immunity and infertility. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia), Homo sapiens 

f P r i m 3. t c si 
MONESI, v.; M.D., Prof. - 1st. di Istol. ed Embriol. Gen., Univ. di Roma, Citta Universitaria, 00185 

ROMA, Italy ' .,^^., ^ . ^ 

MONNICKENDAM, Miss M. A.; M.Sc. - Inst, of Ophthalmol., Judd St., LONDON, England 
MONROY AMD. Prof. - Lab. of Molec. Embryol., Consiglio Naz. delle Ricerche, Arco Felice, 

C.P.3042,'80100NAPOLI, Italy .- ^ , ,. om 

MOOR R M • Ph D. - A.R.C. Unit of Reprod. Physiol, and Biochem., Univ. ot Cambridge, 307 

Huntingdon Rd., CAMBRIDGE CB3 OJQ, England 
a The development and manipulation of the early embryo. (Mammalia) 
b The survival and development of embryonic and somatic cells after introduction into eggs and 

blastocysts. Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha), Ovis aries (Artiodactyla) 
c Developmental capacity of single blastomeres. Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha), Bos taurus, 

Ovis aries (Artiodactyla) , _ ,, 

MOORES, G. R.; Ph.D. ^ Dept. of Cell Biol., Univ. of Glasgow, GLASGOW Gil 6NU, Scotland, U.K. 
a Surface properties and behaviour of embryonic cells. Gallus gallus (Aves) 
MORACZEWSKL J.; Ph.D. ~ Dept. of Cytol., Zool. Inst., Warsaw Univ., Krakowskie Przedmiescie 

26/28, WARSZAWA 64, Poland 
MORATA, G.; Ph.D. - Lab. of Molec. Biol., Med. Res. Counc, Univ. Postgrad. Med. Sch., Hills Rd., 

CAMBRioGE CB2 2QH. England 
a Heredity of determinative decisions in clones of imaginal disc cells. Drosophila melanogaster 

(Diptera) 
MOREAU, Miss N.; Dr.3e Cycle - Lab. de Genet, du Devi., Univ. P.et M. Curie, Ctr. de Rech. d Ivry, 

67 rue M.Gunsbourg, 94200 IVRY-sur-SEINE, France 
a Biosynthesis of endogenous proteins during oogenesis. Pleurodeles poireti (Urodela) 
MORGAN (WRIGHT), Mrs. M.; Ph.D. Dept. of Environm. Sci., Plymouth Polytechnic, Drake's 

Circus, PLYMOUTH PL4 8AA, Ingland 
a Morphology and normal table from fertilization to iiatching. Salmo gairdneri (Teleostei) 
b Effect of temperature on early development. Same species as a 
MORGAN, P. R.; B. Sc, B.D.S. - Dept. of Anat., Sch. of Med., Royal Free Hosp., 8 Hunter St., 

LONDON WCIN IBP, England' .^n -,o 

until September 1976: Dept. of Oral HistopathoL, Fac. of Odontol., Umv. of Goteborg, 400 33 

GOTEBORG 33, Sweden 
a Ultrastructure of the developing palate and early cleft palate. Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
MORRIS, B.; Ph.D. - Dept. of ZooL, Univ. of Nottingham, NOTTINGHAM, England 
a Antibody absorption by neonates. Erinaceus europaeus (Insectivora), Rattus norvegicus 

(Rodentia) 
b Electron microscopy of postnatal gastric and intestinal development. Erinaceus europaeus 

(Insectivora) 
MORRIS, 1. G.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Zool., Univ. CoH. of N. Wales, BANGOR, Caerns., Wales, U.K. 
a Transmission of serum proteins across foetal membranes and neonate gut. Mus musculus, Rattus 

norvegicus (Rodentia) 
MORRISS, Miss G. M.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Anat., Univ. of Cambridge, Downing St., CAMBRIDGE 

CB2 3DY, England . . 

a Mechanisms of normal and abnormal development in early postimplantation embryos in vivo and 

in vitro. Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
b Normal and abnormal development of face and ear. Same species as a 
MOSNA, Miss G.; Dr. - 1st. di Genet., Univ. di Milano, Via Celoria 10, 20133 MILANO, Italy 
MOUTON, Miss C; D.E.A. - Lab. d'EmbryoL, Unite de Sci., Univ. de Caen, 14032 CAEN, France 
a Cytol'ogical aspects of posterior regeneration, autoradiography of DNA synthesis. Allolobophora 

icterica (Oligochaeta) ,.^,,~,,x7i- 

MOUZE, M. - Serv. de Biol. Anim., Univ. des Sci. et Techn. de Lille, B.P.36, 59650 VILLENEUVE 

D'ASCQ, France , , . 

a Etude descriptive de la croissance de Foeil; etude e.xperimentale des facteurs morphogenetiques et 

hormonaux qui controlent cette croissance. Aeshna cyanea, Anax imperator (Odonata) 
MOYSE, J.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Zool., Univ. ColL of Swansea, Singleton Park, SWANSEA, Glamorgan, 

Waies,'u.K. 

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a Embryology. Hemioniscus balani (Isopoda, Crustacea) 

MRAZKOVA (StvClKOVA), Mrs. O.; MUDr. - Dept. of Anat., Charles Univ., U nemocnice 3, 

12800 PRAHA 2, Czechoslovakia 
a Prenatal development of limb vasciilarisation. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
MULAREK, Mrs. O.; M.D. - Inst, of Neurol, and Sensory Organs, Med. Acad., Przybyszewskiego St. 

49, 60-355 POZNAN, Poland 
a Histochemistry of glia cells in the developing nervous system. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
MULLER, Miss F.; Dr.rer.nat. - Anat. Inst, der Univ., Pestalozzistr. 20, 4056 BASEL, Switzerland 
a Effect of LSD on development of the embryonic nervous system. Mesocricctus auratus 

(Rodentia) 
b Development of the dural arteries. Homo sapiens (Primates) 

MULLER, G. H. - Inst, flir Genet., Univ. des Saarlandes, 66 SAARBRUCKEN 11, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Differential local sensitivity of chromosomal template activity to inorganic ions. Chironomus 

thummi (Diptera) 
MULLER, J. P.; M.Sc. - Lab. de Genet, du Devi., Univ. P.et M.Curie, Ctr. de Rech. d'lvry, 67 rue 

M.Giinsbourg, 94200 IVRY-sur-SEINE, France 
a Nuclear ribonucleoprotein particles in oocytes. Pleurodeles poireti (Urodela) 
MULLER, M.; D.Sc. - Inst, of Biol., Fac. of Med., Univ. of Zagreb, Salata 3, P.O. Box 166, 41001 

ZAGREB, Yugoslavia 
a Regulation of compensatory growth. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
MULLER, W. A.; Dr.rer.nat. - Zool. Inst, der Techn. Univ., Pockelstr. 10a, 3300 BRAUNSCHWEIG, 

B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Induction phenomena in morphogenesis and polar regeneration. Hydra spec, Hydractinia 

echinata (Hydrozoa) 
b Enzyme activities during embryonic development and sexual reproduction. Same species as a 
c Induction of metamorphosis by bacteria and ions in planulas. Same species as a 
d Significance of membrane properties (Na+/K+-ATPase, potential) in embryonic development. 

Hydractinia spec. (Hydrozoa) 
MULNARD, J. G.; M.D., Prof. - Lab. d'Anat. et d'EmbryoL Hum., Univ. Libre de Bruxelles, 97 rue 

aux Laines, 1000 BRUXELLES, Belgium 
MUNOZ CUEVAS, A. Lab. Souterrain du C.N.R.S., 09410 MOULIS, France 

a Differenciation, regression et ultrastructure des veux. Ischyropsalis spec. (Phalangida, Arachnida) 
MUNTZ (REID), Mrs. L.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Zool., Univ. of Reading, Whiteknights Park, READING 

RG6 2AJ, England 
a Comparative studies on the structural development of nerves and muscles. Xenopus laevis, 

Eleutherodactylus martinicensis, Rana temporaria (Anura), Triturus spec. (Urodela) 
b Electron microscopy of muscle development and degeneration. Same species as a 
MURASHOVA, Miss A. I. - Lab. of Embryol., Inst, of Human Morphol., Acad, of Med. Sci. of the 

USSR, Tsurupa St.3, MOSCOW 1 17469, U.S.S.R. 
a Humoral interconnections between lungs of mother and foetus. Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
MUSMECI, Miss M. T.; Ph.D. - 1st. di Istol. ed Embryol., Univ. di Palermo, Via Archiiafi 20, 90123 

PALERMO, Italy 
MUSY, J. P.; M.D. - Inst. d'Histol. et d'Embryol. Gener., Univ. de Fribourg, 1 rue Gockel, 1700 

FRIBOURG, Switzerland 
a Cytophotometry on embryonic fibroblasts: DNA content as a function of oxygen concentration. 

Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
MUTOLO, v.; M.D. - 1st. di Anat. Comp., Univ. di Palermo, Via Archirafi 20, 90123 PALERMO, 

Italy 
a Cell interactions in embryos. Paracentrotus lividus (Echinoidea) 
b Ribosomal and mitochondrial RNA synthesis in embryogenesis. Same species as a 
c RNA synthesis in regenerating liver, especially mitochondrial RNA. Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
MYSTKOWSKA-BACZKOWSKA, Mrs. E. T.; Dr.bioL - Dept. of Exper. Embryol., Inst, of Obstet. 

and Gynecol., Medical Academy, Karowa 2, 00-315 WARSZAWA, Poland 
a Embryonic development. Clethrionoinys glareolus (Rodentia) 

b Interspecific chimaeric embryos. Mus miisculus, Clethrionomys glareolus (Rodentia) 
NAAKTGEBOREN, C; Dr. - Dept. of Obstet. and Gynecol., Univ. of Amsterdam, Wilhelmina 

Gasthuis, AMSTERDAM, Netherlands 
a Foetal growth as a dependent of placental size and uterine characteristics. Ovis aries (Artio- 

dactyla), Rattus spec. (Rodentia) and other Mammalia 
b Electrophysiology of the uterus in the perinatal period, studied in vivo. Canis familiaris 

(Carnivora), Ovis aries, Sus scrofa (Artiodactyla), Oryctolagus cunicuhis (Lagomorpha) 
c Psychosienous intluenccs on uterine physiology and fetal development. Same species as b 
NADAL, CI: Dr. Med., Dr. Sci. - Unite de Physiol. Cell., U22, INSERM, Inst, du Radium, Batiinent 

110, 91405 ORS AY, France 
a Substances regulating tiie number of liepatic cells during life and the regeneration after partial 

hepatectomy. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
b Hepatic polyploidy, its development during life and its control system. Same species as a 
c , Appearance of a hepatocyte mitosis inliibiting system at the slowing down of the growth, 

characteristic of the transition towards the adult state. Same species as a 
NAGEL, J.; D.Sc. Lab. de Physiol. Anim., Univ. de Reims, B.P.347, 51062 Rl IMS Cedex, France 
a Hemopoietic function of the foetal liver; factors controlling its progressive disappearance. Rattus 

norvegicus (Rodentia) (with R. L. J ACQUOT) 
NAMUR, Miss P.; D.E.A. Lab. d'Embryol., Dept. de Biol.-Ecol., U.E.R. de Sci., Univ. de Caen, 

14032 CAEN, France 

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a Etude experimentale de Taction d'antimetabolite au cours du developpement precoce du germe. 

Ambystoma mexicanum (Urodela) 
NANJUNDIAH, V.; Ph.D. - Biozentnim der Univ. Basel, Klingelbergstr.70, 4056 BASEL, Switzerland 
a Models for control of development at the multicellular level; theoretical study combined with 

experiments. (Acrasiales; Amphibia) 
NARDI, Mrs. I.; Dr.Biol. - Inst, of Histol. and Embryol., Univ. of Pisa, Via A.Volta 4, 56100 PISA, 

Italy 
a Mitotic and lampbrush chromosomes; DNA analysis and in situ RNA/DNA hybridization 

(Urodela) 
NAVARATNAM, V.; Ph.D. - Anat. School, Univ. of Cambridge, Downing St., CAMBRIDGE 

CB2 3DY, England 
a Ontogenesis of cholinesterase and mono-amine activity in cardiac innervation (Mammalia), 

Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Ultrastructure of the yolk sac. Homo sapiens (Primates) 

NAYLOR, E.; Ph.D., Prof. - Dept. of Marine Biol., Univ. of Liverpool, PORT ERIN, Isle of Man, U.K. 
a Developmental aspects of behaviour. Carcinus maenas, Callinectes sapidus, Macropipus spec. 

(Decapoda, Crustacea) 
NEDVfDEK, J.; RNDr. - Dept. of Exp. ZooL, Charles Univ., Vinicna 7, 12844 PRAHA 2, Czechoslo- 
vakia 
a Nucleic acids and subcellular particles in oogenesis and early development. (Amphibia) (with 

V. HABROVA) 
b Transplantation of nuclei in relation to nucleic acids. (Amphibia) (with P. SLADECEK) 
NEEDHAM. A. E.; D.Sc. - Dept. of Zool., Univ. of Oxford. South Parks Rd.. OXFORD 0X1 3PS, 

England 
a Review of regeneration and general metabohsm „ 

NELSON, L.; Fil.kand. - Dept. of Zoophysiol., Univ. of Umea, 901 87 UMEA, Sweden 
a Cell transformation and cell differentiation; regulation of DNA synthesis. Xenopus laevis, Rana 

spp. (Anura) 
NEUBERT, J.; Dr.rer.nat. - Inst, fur Flugmedizin der DFVLR, Kolnerst. 70, 53 BONN-Bad 

Godesberg, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Effect of simulated weightlessness on ultrastructure of the embryonic vestibular organ. (Anura) 

(withW. BRIEGLEB) 
b Teratogenic and genetic anomalies induced by simulated weightlessness (fast running clinostat). 

Tribolium confusum (Coleoptera) (with W. BRIEGLEB) 
NEUMANN, D.; Dr.rer.nat., Prof. - Zool. Inst, der Univ., Weyertal 119, 5 KOLN 41, B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
a Lunar periodicity of metamorphosis. Clunio marinus (Chironomidae, Diptera) 
NEVILLE, P. A. J.; Dr.d'Etat, Prof. - Lab. de Morphogen. Vcget., Univ. d'Ai.x-Marseiile III, Centre 

St-Charles, place Victor Hugo, 13331 MARSEILLE Cedex 3, France 
a Experimental morphology of pinnate leaves: 1. leaf regeneration following bipartition of primor- 

dium in different planes; 2. apical dominance due to young expanding leaves; effect of culture 

conditions, cytological changes. Gleditsia triacanthos (Leguminosae) 
b Determination on flower bilateralitv (microsurgical method). Pisum sativum (Leguminosae) 
NEW, D. A. T.; Ph.D. - Marshall Lab., Dept. of Physiol., Univ. of Cambridge, Downing St., 

CAMBRIDGE CB2 3EG, England 
a Development of methods for growing embryos in culture. Didelphys spec. (Marsupialia), Rattus 

spec, Mus musculus (Rodentia) and others (Mammalia) 
b Growth and differentiation of the placenta. (Rodentia) 
c Teratogenic effects of hyperthermia 

NEWTH, D. R.; Ph.D., Prof. - Dept. of ZooL, Univ. of Glasgow, GLASGOW G12 8QC, Scotland, U.K. 
a Properties of primordial germ cells. Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
b Transplantation immunobiology. Same species as a 
NEYFAKH, A. A.; Dr.bio!., Prof. ~ Lab. of Biochem. Embryol., Inst, of Devi Biol., Acad, of Sci. of 

the USSR., Vavilov St. 26, MOSCOW 117334, U.S.S.R 
a Distribution of RNA, synthesized during maturation, between the nucleus and cytoplasm of early 

embryo. Misgurnus fossihs (Telcostei) (with A. A. KOSTOMAROVA, M. N. SKOBLINA, and 

A. V. KOTOMIN) 
NICOLAS, P. B. G.; Dr. - Dept. de Biol. Gen. et Appl., Univ. de Lyon I, 43 Bd. du 11 Novembre 

1918, 69621 VILLEURBANNE, France 
a Genetics of chloroplast development mutants. Euglena gracihs (Euglenophyceae) 
NICOLET, G.; D.Sc. Lab. d'Embrvol. Expcr., Inst. d'HistoL, Univ. de Geneve, 20 rue de I'Ecole de 

Medecine, 1211 GENtVE 4, Switzerland 
a Subcellular changes during early morphogenesis. Gallus domesticus (Aves) (with J. GALLERA) 
NICOTRA, Miss A.; Dr.biol.sci. - 1st. di Zool. "Federico Raffaele", Viale deH'Universita 32, 00161 

ROMA (7), Italy 
a Interactions between mitochondrial transcription and early embryonic differentiation. Para- 

centrotus lividus (Echinoidea) 
b Nuclear protein changes during spermatogenesis. Same species as a (with E. De MAITHAEIS) 
NIL, C. J. van; D.V.M. - Lab. of Anat. and Embryol., Free Univ., v.d. Boechorststr. 7, AMSTER- 

DAM-Z. Netherlands 
a Ontogenetic malformations of the heart. Sus scrofa. Bos taurus (Artiodactyla) 
b Pathological development of heart and vessels. Same species as a 
c Patliological development of bone. Sus scrofa (Artiodactyla) 
d Teratology. (Mammalia), Homo sapiens (Primates) 

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e Development of the subneural apparatus. Rattiis spec. (Rodentia), Oryctolagus cuniculus 

(Laaomorplia) 
f Regeneration of terminal nerves and motor end plates. Same species as e 
NIELSEN, C'l.; Dr.phil. - Marine Biol. Lab., Univ. of Copenhagen, Strandpromenaden, 3000 

HELSING0R, Denmark 
a Ciliary mechanisms of adults and larvae. Loxosoma spec, Loxosomella spec, Pedicellina spec, 

Barentsia spec. (Endoprocta), Alcyonidium spec, Electra spec. (Ectoprocta) 
NIEMIERKO, Mrs. A. - Dept. of Exper. Embryol., Inst, of Obstet. and Gynecol., Med. Acad., Karowa 

2, 00-315 WARSZAWA, Poland 
a Early development of eggs; experimental induction of chromosomal aberrations. Mus nuisculus 

(Rodentia) 
b Experimental induction of triploidy (ill vivo and in vitro) and postimplantation development of 

triploid embryos. Same species as a 
NIEUWKOOP, P. D.; Phil.Dr., Prof. ~ Hubrecht Lab. (Intern. Embryol. Inst.), Uppsalalaan 8, "De 

Uithor\ UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a The induction of the mesoderm and its cranio-caudal and dorso-ventral organization. Ambystoma 

mexicanum, Triturus alpestris (Urodela) (with E. C. BOTERENBROOD and K. HARA) 
b The origin of the dorso-ventral polarity of the egg. Discoglossus pictus, Xenopus laevis (Anura) 

(with K. HARA and G. A. UBBELS) 
c Comparative study on the origin of primordial germ cells and mesoderm formation, and 

phylogenetic implications, (lower Vertebrata incl. Reptilia) (with L. A. SUTASURJA and co- 
workers, Bandung, Indonesia) 
NIGON, v.; Dr.Sci., Prof. ~ Dept. de Biol. Gen. et Appl., Univ. de Lyon I, 43 Bd. du 11 Novcmbre 

1918, 69621 VILLEURBANNE, France 
a Biochemistry and genetics of chloroplast differentiation. Euglena gracilis (Euglenophyceae) 
b Erythrocyte differentiation. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
NIIKAWA, N.; M.D. - Lab. of Embryol. and Cytogenet., Univ. Clinic of Gynecol, and Obstet., Geneva 

Univ., 20 rue Alcide-Jentzer, 1211 GENEVE 4, Switzerland 
a Oral contraceptives and chromosomal abnormalities in spontaneous abortions. Homo sapiens 

(Primates) 
b Phenotype and unusual chromosome abnormalities in abortions. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
c Determination of parental contribution of extra chromosomes. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
NIJWEIDE, P. J.; Drs. - Lab. for Cell Biol, and Histol., State Univ., Rijnsburgerweg 10, LEIDEN, 

Netherlands 
a Calcium and strontium metabolism of embryonic calvarium periost. Gallus domesticus (Aves), 

Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
NIKITIN, N. S.; Cand.biol. - Dept. of Embryol., Leningrad State Univ., Mendeleevsky St.5, 199164 

LENINGRAD, U.S. S.R. 
a Morphogenetic potentiality of somatic cells. Ephydatia fluviatilis (Porifera) 
b Development of culture media for dissociated cells. (Porifera) 
NIKITINA, Mrs. L. A.; Cand.biol. sci. - Inst, of DevL BioL, Acad, of Sci. of the USSR, Vavilov St. 26, 

MOSCOW 117334, U.S.S.R. 
a Analysis of developmental potencies of nuclei in sequential stages of oogenesis by means of their 

transplantation into enucleated oocytes and eggs. (Acipenseridae, Chondrostei; Amphibia) 
NOACK, W.; Dr. - Anat. Inst, der Freien Univ. Berhn, Kon.-Luisc-Str. 15, 1 BERLIN 33, B.R.D. 

(Germany) , 

NOBILI, R.; Dr.ScBiol., Prof. ~ 1st. di ZooL e Anat. Comp. delEUniv., Via A.Volta 4, 56100 PISA, Italy 
NORDLING, S.; M.D. ^ Lab. of Exp. Embryol., III. Dept. of PathoL, Univ. of Helsinki, Haart- 

maninkatu 3, 00290 HELSINKI 29, Finland 
a Mechanism of kidney tubulogenesis. Mus musculus (Rodentia) (with J. .1. WARTIOVAARA, 

L. O. SAXf^:N, and E. LEHTONEN) 
N0RREVANG, A.; D.Sc - Inst, of Comp. Anat., Univ. of Copenhagen, Universitetsparken 15, 2100 

COPENHAGEN 0. Denmark 
NOTHIGER, R.; Dr.phil., Prof. - Zool.-vergl. Anat. Inst., Univ. Zurich, Kiinstlergassc 16, 8006 

ZURICH, Switzerland 
a Sex determining genes studied at the cellular level. Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 
b Genetic analysis of determination by means of induced mitotic recombination. Same species as a 
NOTT, J. A.; Ph.D. - N.E.R.C. Unit of Marine Invert. Biol., Marine Sci. Labs., Univ. Coll. of North 

Wales, MENAI BRIDGE, Anglesey LL59 5EY, Wales, U.K. 
NOULIN, G. - Lab. de Physiol, et Genet, des Crustaces, Univ. de Poitiers, 40 av. du Recteur Pineau, 

86022 POITIERS, France 
a Controles endocrines de la formation et de revolution des regenerats d'appendices locomoteurs. 

(Isopoda, Crustacea) 
b l\tude experimcntale de la production d'appendices surnumcraires. (Isopoda, Crustacea) 
NOVAK, V. J. A.; D.Sc. - Dept. of Physiol., Inst, of Entomol., Czech. Acad, of Sci., Na Fohmance 5, 

12000 PRAIIA 2, Czeclioslovakia 
NOVEL, G.; Dr. spec Lab. de Zool. et Biol. Anim., Univ. Sci. et Med. de Grenoble, B.P.53, Centre 

de Tri, 38041 GRENOBLE, France 
a Role of proliferation and cell migration in formation of feather primordia. Gallus gallus (Aves) 
N0WAK6WNA, Miss J.; Ph.D. - Inst, of Zool., Univ. of Wroc-hiw, ul. Sienkiewicza 21, 50-335 

WROC-tAW, Poland 
a Cytology and cytochemistry of partial metamorphosis. Triturus spec (Urodela) 
b Cytology and cytochemistry of gamctogenesis. Embletonia pallida (Opisthobranchia, Gastro- 
poda) 

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NUSS, Mrs. E.; Dr.rer.nat. - Zool. Inst. (I) der Univ., Rontgenring 10, 87 WURZBURG, B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
a Time lapse microcinematography of ooplasm flows during early embryogenesis in connection 

with alterations of egg architecture. Pimpla turionellae (Hymenoptera) 
b Ooplasm flows in centrifugated and in ligated eggs. Same species as a 
NUSSLEIN, Mrs. Ch.; Ph.D. - Abt. Zellbiol., Biozentrum der Univ., Klingelbergstr. 70, 4056 BASEL, 

Switzerland 
a Isolation and characterization of maternal effect mutants in the second chromosome. Drosophila 

melanogaster (Diptera) 
NYIRI, S.; M.D. ^ Dept. of Anat., Univ. Med. School, Kossuth L.40, SZEGED, Hungary 
a Developmental histochemistry and electron microscopy of the autonomic ground plexus. Rattus 

rattus (Rodentia) (with B. CSILLIK, E. KNYIHAR, M. GAJC and G. KALMAN) 
ODEIGAH, P.C.G. - Inst, of Anim. Genet., Univ. of Edinburgh, West Mains Rd., EDINBURGH 

EH9 3JN, Scotland, U.K. 
a Ultrastructure, immunology, and cell properties of lenses with normal and genetically modified 

cell membranes. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Mus musculus (Rodentia) (with R. M. CLAYTON, 

M. M. PERRY, and D. J. PRITCHARD) 
O'DELL, D. S.; Ph.D. Dept. of Zool. and Comp. Anat., Univ. Coll. London, Gower St., LONDON 

WC1E6BT, England 
a Biochemistry of the transitions between the amoeboid and the flagellate stages. Naegleria gruberi 

(Rhizopoda) 
b Cell surface membranes: changes after fertilization and during early development. Paracentrotus 

lividus (Echinoidea); various spp. (Ascidiacea) 
c Developmental biology. Various spp. (Mesozoa) 
OGORZAiEK, A.: Ph.D. Inst, of Zool., Univ. of Wroclaw, ul.Sienkiewicza 21, 50-335 WROCtAW, 

Poland 
a Oogenesis (autoradiography). Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 

b Cytochemistry of oogenesis. Nepa cinerea, Ranatra linearis, Naucoris cimicoides (Heteroptera) 
OJEDA SAHAGUN, J. L.; Dr. Med., Prof. - Serv. de Embriol. E.xper., Dept. de Anat., Fac. de Med., 

SANTANDER, Spain 
a Biochemical and ultrastructural effects of barbituric compounds on the embryo. Gallus 

domesticus (Aves) 
b Cell death in the developing central nervous system (stages 7-20 H. H.; electron and optic 

microscopy). Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
OKKER-REITSMA, Mrs. G. H.; Drs. - Lab. for Cell Biol, and Histol., State Univ., Rijnsburgerweg 10, 

LEIDEN. Netherlands 
a Steroid production of placenta and embryo of different ages (radioisotopes, chromatography, 

bioindicator test for androgens, histochemistry). Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
OKSCHE, A.; Dr.med., Prof. - Anat. Inst, der Univ., Friedrichst. 24, 63 GlESSEN, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Development of neuroendocrine cell complexes (units) in the hypothalamus (neurohistology, 

electron microscopy, cytometry). (Aves, Mammalia) 
b Development of photo-ncuro-endocrine systems: retino-hypothalamic connections; deep 

hypothalamic photoreceptor; pineal photoreceptor organs. (Vertebrata) 
OLIVEREAU, Miss M. M. A.; D.Sc. - Lab. de Physiol., Inst. Oceanographique, 195 rue Saint-Jacques, 

75005 PARIS, France 
a Cytology and histochemistry of endocrine glands in relation with development, and after various 

experimental procedures. (Salmonidae, Teleostei) 
b Pituitary grafting. Anguilla anguilla (Telecstei) 
c Histophysiology of endocrine glands. Same species as b 
d Histophysiology of the pituitary gland in immature and mature animals, in correlation with 

osmoregulatory processes. Mugil auratus (Teleostei) 
OLIVO, O. M.; Prof. - 1st. di Anat. Umana Norm., Univ. di Bologna, Via Irnerio 48, BOLOGNA, Italy 
OPAS, Mrs. J.; M.Sc. - Dept. of Embrvol., Zool. Inst., Univ. of Warsaw, Krakowskie Przedmies'cie 

26/28, WARSZAWA 64, Poland 
a Hybridization of fcrtihzed and artificially activated eggs with follicle cells; possibility of their 

development in vitro and in vivo. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Determination of the minimal cytoplasmic volume large enough to permit cell division, by 

removing cytoplasm from eggs by osmotic shock or microsurgery. Same species as a 
ORLOVA Mrs I. I.; Cand.biol.sci. - Lab. of Embryol., Inst, of Human Morphol., Acad, of Med. Sci. 

of the USSR, Tsurupa St.3, MOSCOW 1 17469, U.S.S.R. 
a Correlation between cell death and cell division in lung, liver, and brain during embryogenesis. 

Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
b Humoral interconnections between analogous organs (lung, brain) of mother and foetus. Same 

species as a 
ORTOLANl, Miss G.; D.Sc, Prof. - ZooL Inst., Univ. of Palermo, Via Archirafi 18, 90123 

PALERMO, Italy 
a Interspecific transplantation of nuclei into eggs. (Amphibia) 
b Hybridization, especially androgenetic hybrids. (Ascidiacea) 
c Treatment of animal quartets by trypsin and RNA. Ascidia malaca (Ascidiacea) 
d Hybrid fertilization after aging of the egg. Same species as c 

ORTS LLORCA, F.; Prof. - Dept. of Anat., Fac. de Med., Ciudad Univ., MADRID, Spain 
OSBORN, J. C; M.Sc. - Dept. of Zool., Univ. of Liverpool, Brownlow St., P.O.Box 147, 

LIVERPOOL L69 3BX, England 
a Biochemistry and morphology of abnormal and normal early development (Uthium, RNA 

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synthesis, protein synthesis). Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
OSIPOV, V. v.; Dr. - Inst, of Med. Genet., Kashirskoye Chaussee 6a, MOSCOW 1 15478, U.S.S.R. 
a Genetic regulation of development of brain, eye, and limbs. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
OSTROUMOVA, Miss T. W. - Chair of Embryol., Biol. Fac, State Univ. of Moscow, Lenin Hills, 

MOSCOW 117234, U.S.S.R. 
OTTAVIANl, E.; Dr.Biol. - 1st. di Anat. Comp., Univ. di Modena, Via Bercngario 14, 41100 

MODENA, Italy 
a Mitotic activity in growing retina. Triturus cristatus (Urodela) 

b Experiments on differentiation of trigeminal mesencephahc neurons. Same species as a 
OUDHOF, H.A.J. - Orthodont. Dept., Dent. Sch., State Univ. of Utrecht, Sorbonnelaan 16, "De 

Uithof, UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a Experiments on persistence of cranial sutures till old age; possible causes: bone movements or 

sutural tissue properties (transplantation of bone into suture). Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 

(with I. S. MARKENS) 
OUWENEEL, W. J.; Ph.D. - Hubrecht. Lab. (Intern. Embryol. Inst.), Uppsalalaan 8, Universiteits- 

centrum "De Uithof, UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a Pattern formation in imaginal discs (in vivo culture; clonal analysis). Drosophila melanogaster 

(Diptera) 
b Genetics and physiology of the development of homoeotic mutants. Same species as a 
02d2FNSKY W ■ Ph.D. - Dept. of Embryol., Zool. Inst., Univ. of Warsaw, Krakowskie Przedmiescie 

26728, WARSZAWA 64, Poland 
a Differentiation of the somatic and germinal tissues of the gonad. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Normal development. Clethrionomys glareolus (Rodentia) 
c Prospective fate of the components of blastocysts in the formation of the egg cylinder. 

(Rodentia) 
PALA, Miss M.; Dr. - 1st. di ZooL, Univ. di Sas.sari, Via Murroni 25, 07100 SASSARI, Italy 
a Origin of the primordial germ cells. Perca fluviatilis (Teleostei), Anas spec. (Avcs) 
b Development of half blastoderms cultured in vitro. Gallus domesticus ( Aves) 
PALECEK, J.; RNDr. - Dept. of Exp. Zool., Charles Univ., Vinicna 7, 12844 PRAHA 2, Czechoslo- 
vakia 
a Proteins and antigens in early development. (Amphibia) (with A. ROMANOVSKY and 

J.MACHA) 
PALi^N, K.; Fil.Kand. - Zoophysiol. Inst., Univ. of Lund, Helgonavagen 3, 223 62 LUND, Sweden 
a Teratogenesis induced by amino acids. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
PANELIUS, S.; Ph.D. - Dept. of ZooL, Univ. of Helsinki, P.Rautatiekatu 13, 00100 HELSINKI 10, 

Finland 
PANIGEL, M.; Dr.Med., D.Sc, Prof. - Lab. de Biol, de la Reprod., Univ. P.et M.Curie, Tour 32, Rez 

de Chaussee, 4 place Jussieu, 75230 PARIS Cedex 05, France 
a Physiology of fetal-maternal exchange. Macaca mulatta, M. fascicularis, Papio cynocephalus 

(Primates) 
b Ultrastructure of the placental membrane. Same species as a and Galago demidovi (Primates) 
c Ultrastructure of trophoblast during pathological pregnancy. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
PANNESE, E.; M.D., Prof. - 2nd Inst, of Human Anat., Univ. of Milano, Via MangiagaHi 14, 20133 

MILANO, Italy 
a Morphology and histochemistry at the electron microscope level of the degenerative events in 

embryonic spinal ganglia. Gallus gallus (Aves) 
PANOVA, 1. G. - Inst, of Devi. Biol., USSR Acad, of Sci., Vavilov St.26, MOSCOW 1 1 7334, U.S.S.R. 
a Dependence of DNA synthesis and cell proliferation in pigment epithelium of the retina upon 

general growth factors of the eye. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) (with O. G. STROEVA and T. L. 

MARSHAK) 
PANTELOURIS, E. M.; Ph.D. Biol. Dept., School of Biol. Sci., Univ. of Strathclyde, George St., 

Gl ASGOW Gl IXW, Scotland, U.K. 
a Immunobiology of the athymic mutant nude. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Development of lymphoid tissues and immune responses. Same species as a 
c Biological aspects of ageing 

PAPILLON, Mrs. M. - U.E.R. de Biol.-Zool., Univ. Paris VI, 105 Bd. Raspail, 75006 PARIS, France 
a Inllucnce de la temperature sur la fertilite des pontes, et sur Fhistologie et le fonctionnement de 

Pappareil genital. Schistoccrca gregaria (Orthoptera) 
b Dynamics of oogenesis in relation to breeding temperature. Same species as a 
c Influence of breeding temperature upon protein patterns in hacmolymph, fat body, and oocytes 

(electrophoresis). Same species as a 
PARISH, R. W.; Ph.D. - Cytol. Lab., Inst, of Gen. Bot., Univ. of Zurich, Birchst.95, 8050 ZURICH, 

Switzerland 
a The roles of cell contacts, plasma membrane, transcriptional and posttranscriptional controls in 

cell differentiation. Dictyostelium spec, Polyspliondylium .spec. (Acrasiales) 
PARISI, E. - Lab. of Molcc. Embryol., Consiglio Naz. delle Ricerche, Via Toiano 2, ARCO FELICE, 

C.P.3042, 80100 NAPOLI, Italy 
a Enzymes controlling DNA synthesis in developing embryos. Paracentrotus lividus (Echinoidea) 
PARSONS, R.; Ph.D. Muse. Dystrophy Res. Labs., Newcastle Gen. Hosp., NEWCASTLE upon Tyne 

NE4 6Bi;, England 
a Aggregation of single cells from normal and dystrophic newborn and embryonic animals with 

gyratory shaking; biochemistry of enzyme system differentiation of aggregates. Mus musculus 

(Rodentia) 



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b Effect of light on muscle and nerve cells in tissue culture. Same species as a 

c Abnormal relationship between Schwann cells and axons in hereditary muscular dystrophy. Same 

species as a 
d Possible malfunction of muscle regeneration in Duchenne dystrophy (tissue culture). Homo 

sapiens (Primates) 
PASCAUD, M.; Dr., Prof. - Lab. de Physiol. Metab. et Nutr., Univ. Pans VI, 9 quai Saint-Bernard, 

7528() PARIS Cedex 05, France 
a Linoleic acid metabolism and renewal in the growing animal. Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
b Transport of linoleic acid from the mother to the embryo. Same species as a 
PASCUAL-MORENILLA, Miss M. T.; M.D., Prof. - Inst. F.Oloriz, Fac. of Med., Univ. of Granada, 
GRANADA, Spain _ ^^ ^^,^, 

PASQUINl, P.; Ph.D., Prof. - 1st. di Zool. "Federico Raffaele", Viale dell Universita 32, 00161 

ROMA (7), Italy 
a Growth and differentiation in regeneration. Planaria spec. (Turbellaria) 
PASSAPONTI, A.; M.D., Prof. - 1st. di Anat. Umana Norm., Univ. di Catania, Via Biblioteca 4, 95124 

CATANIA, Italy 
a The development of the inguinal canal. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Mezzi faciUtanti Tattecchimento di innesti omo- ed eteroplastici in embrioni. Gallus domesticus 

(Aves), Rattus rattus (Rodentia) 
c Capacita formativa degli epiteli di rivestimento nell'embrione. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
PASTEELS J J • M D Prof. - Lab. d'Anat. et d'Embryol. Hum., Univ. Libre de Bruxelles, 97 rue 
auxLa'ines, 1000 BRUXELLES, Belgium .,-.,• r- , o onn^ 

PATRICOLO, Miss E.; Dr.nat.sci., Prof. - Zool. Inst., Univ. of Palermo, Via Archirafi 18, 90123 

PALERMO, Italy 
a Collagen in embryos. Ciona intestinalis (Ascidiacea) 
b Cellular aggregation. Ciona intestinalis, Ascidia malaca (Ascidiacea) 
PAUL, J.; Ph.D. - Beatson Inst, for Cane. Res., Royal Beatson Mem. Hosp., 132 Hill St., GLASGOW 

g'3 6UD, Scotland, U.K. 
a Developmental pathology (cancer). (Mammalia) 
PAUNOVid, Miss J.; B.Sc. - Inst, of Biol., Fac. of Med., Univ. of Zagreb, Salata 3, P.O.Box 166, 

41001 ZAGREB, Yugoslavia 
a Effects of perinatal influences on stress response, emotionaUty, and learning. Ra'.tus norvegicus 

(Rodentia) (wich K. MILKOVIC^ and M. PERUZOVIC) 
b Development and function of the pituitary-adrenocortical system in foetus and neonate (morpho- 
logy and biochemistry). Same species as a (with K. MlLKOVlC and R. KLEPAC) 
PAUTOU (M^RIC), Mrs. M. P.; Dr.spcc. - Lab. de Zool. et Biol. Anim., Univ. Sci. et Med. de 

Grenoble, B.P.53, Centre de Tri, 38041 GRENOBLE, France 
a Development of dorso-ventral polarity in the hind limb. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b Kinetics of programmed cell death in the interdigital spaces. Same species as a 
PAV£ A -G • Ing., Dr.spec. - Lab. de Biomet., Sect, de Biol. Gener. et Appl., Univ. de Lyon I, 43 Bd. 
d'u 11 Novembre 1918, 69621 VILLEURBANNE, France _^, 

PAVI(^\ Mrs. D.; B.C. - Lab. of Molec. Biol, and Endocrinol, Inst, of Nucl. Sci. "Boris Kidric , 

P.O.Box 522, 11001 BEOGRAD, Yugoslavia 
a Reaction to X-rays of the reproductive tract in utero (opening of the vagina, luteinization). 

Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
PAWLOWITZKI, I. H.; Dr.med., Prof. - Inst, fiir Humangenet., Westf. Wilhelms Univ., Vesahusweg 

12-14, 44 MUNSTER, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Prenatal diagnosis of genetic defects. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
PAYEN, Miss G. G.; Dr. - Lab. Sex. et Reprod. des Invertebr.,Bat.G, Tour 32,4 place Jussieu, 75230 

PARIS Cedex 05, France 
a Description and control of sex differentiation. Pontastacus leptodactylus, Carcinus maenas, 
Callinectes sapidus, Rhithropanopeus harrisii, Menippe mercenaria, Ocypoda quadrata (Decapoda, 
Crustacea) , ^ ,, . __, , 

PAYS-DE SCHUTTER, Mrs. A. G.; Lie. en ScLChim. - Dept. of Molec. Biol., Free Univ. of Brussels, 

67 rue des Chevaux, 1640 RH0DE-ST-GEN£SE, Belgium 
a Effects of inhibitors and inductors on oocyte maturation. (Amphibia; Teleostei) co n-r^ 

PEACOCK, D. B.; Dr. - Dept. of Bacterid., Univ. of Bristol, University Walk, BRISTOL BS8 ITD, 

England , i • i ^ 

a In vitro culture of disaggregated brain tissues of 18 day-old foetuses for morphological and 

pathological studies. Mus musculus, Mesocricetus auratus (Rodentia) 
b Developmental pathology (subacute sclerosing panencephalitis and multiple sclerosis) of measles 

virus infection of foetal brain cultures. Same species as a 
PEAUCELLIER. G.; Dr.3e Cycle - Stat. Biol., place Georges-Teissier, 29211 ROSCOFF, Frarice 
a Effects of various treatments and substances on maturation, meiosis, and early development, 

comparing fertihzed and artificially activated eggs (cytology, metabolism, isotope study). 

Sabellaria alveolata (Polychaeta) 
PEDERSEN, K. J.: Ph.D. - Inst, of Gen. Zool., Univ. of Copenhagen, 15 Umversitetsparken, 2100 

COPENHAGEN 0, Denmark r-r u u ■ ^ 

a Formation of connective tissue filaments in regenerating animals. Dugesia tigrina (Turbellaria) 
b Cytology and cytochemistry of starving animals. Same species as a 
c Cellular basis for regeneration. Lineus ruber (Nemertea) 
d Wound healing (scanning electron microscopy). Same species as a 



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PEEL Miss S.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Human Morphol., Univ. of Southampton, Med. Sch., Highfield, 

SOUTHAMPTON S09 5NH, England 
a Cell proliferation and differentiation in placenta and female genital system. Rattus spec. 

(Rodentia) (with D. BULMER) 
PEHLEMANN, F.-W.; Dr., Prof. Anat. Inst, der Univ., Olshausenstr. 40-60, 23 KIEL, B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
a Ultrastructural morphogenesis and functional morphometry of endocrine glands (adenohypo- 

physis, adrenal, thyroid). Rana temporaria, Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
b Ultrastructure of amitosis. Rana temporaria (Anura), Homo sapiens (Primates) 
PEELING, C; Dr. - Max-Planck Inst, fur Biol., Abt. Beermann, Spemannst. 34, 74 TUBINGEN, 

B.R.D. (Germany) 
PERISSEL, B. - Lab. d'Histol.-EmbryoL, Fac. de Med., Bd.Winston Churchill, B.P.38, 63001 

CLERMONT-FERRAND Cedex, France 
a Ultrastructure and cytochemistry of perinatal and adult hepatic cells in subculture. Rattus spec. 

(Rodentia) 
b Morphogenesis and cytochemistry of perinatal and adult myocardium in cell culture; pharma- 
cological study. Same species as a 
PERKOVVSKA (MOSER), Mrs. E.; Ph.D. - Zaulek 28, Zoliborz, WARSZAWA, Poland 
a Histochemistry of an intra-nuclear structure, connected with production of nucleoli-like bodies in 

oocytes. Geotrupes stercorarius, Aphodius fossor and other spp. (Scarabaeidae, Coleoptera) 
PERRIARD, J. C; Ph.D. ~ Inst, of Cell Biol., Swiss Fed. Inst, of Technol., Honggerberg, 8049 

ZURICH, Switzerland 
a In vitro myogenesis. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
b Synthesis and degradation of CPK-isoenzymes. Same species as a 
PERRIER-BARTA, Mrs. H.; D.E.S. - Lab. de Physiol. Anim., Univ. de Reims, B.P.347, 51062 REIMS 

Cedex, France 
a Electron microscopy of the foetal and perinatal pancreas. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
PERRY, J. S.; Ph.D., D.Sc. - A.R.C. Inst, of Anim. Physiol., Babraham, CAMBRIDGE CB2 4AT, 

England 
a Implantation and placental functions; endocrinology of pregnancy. Sus scrofa, Ovis aries, Cavia 

porcellus, Proboscidca and other spp. (Mammaha) 
PERRY, Miss M. M.; B.Sc. - Inst, of Anim. Genet., Univ. of Edinburgh, West Mains Rd., 

EDINBURGH EH9 3JN, Scotland, U.K. 
a Study of certain features of developing embryos by electron microscopy. (Amphibia) 
b Microfilaments in developing embryos. Triturus alpestris (Urodela). Xenopus laevis (Anura) (with 

G. G. SELMAN) 
c Synthesis, ontogeny, location, and immunochemistry of lens proteins in normal animals and 

mutants. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Mus musculus (Rodentia) (with R. M. CLAYTON, D. E. S. 

TRUMAN, A. T. H. BURNS, D.J. PRITCHARD (Edinburgh) and D. S. McDEVITT (Philadel- 
phia) 
d Ultrastructure, immunolocy, and cell properties of lenses with normal and genetically modified 

cell membranes. Same species as c (with R. M. CLAYTON, D. J. PRITCHARD and P. C. G. 

ODEIGAH) 
e Differentiation and cell interactions in vitro of normal and abnormal ocular epithelium. Same 

species as c (with R. M. CLAYTON and D. J. PRITCHARD) 
PERSOV, G. M.; Dr.biol.sci. - Biol. Inst., Leningrad State Univ., LtNINGRAD 198904, U.S.S.R. 
a Sex differentiation. (Chondrostei; Teleostei) 

b The process of gametogenesis under ionizing radiations. Same species as a 
PERUZOVIC^ (GRADT), Mrs. M.; Grad. - Inst, of Biol., Fac. of Med., Univ. of Zagreb, Salata 3, 

P.O.Box 166,41001 ZAGRIB, Yugoslavia 
a Development and function of the pituitary-adrenocortical system in foetus and neonate (bio- 
chemistry, histology, histochemistry). Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) (with K. MILKOVIC^) 
b Effects of perinatal influences, especially adrenocorticoids, on emotionality, active and passive 

avoidance conditioning. Same species as a (with K. MILKOVIC!^ and J. PAUNOVK!") 
PfeTAVY, G. - Lab. d'Entomol. et d'Ecophysiol Exp., Univ. Paris XI (Paris-Sud), Bat.446, 91405 

ORSAY, France 
a Histology and cytochemistry of yolk, yolk cells, amnion, and serosa; their relations with the 

embryo during blastokinesis and definitive dorsal closure. Locusta migratoria (Orthoptera) 
b Analysis of hydration of the egg in relation with organization of the yolk system and structure of 

envelopes, especially the serosal cuticle. Same species as a 
PETERKA, M.; MUDr. - Inst, of Exp. Med., Dept. of Teratol., Czech. Acad, of Sci., Legerova 61, 

120 00 PRAHA 2, Czechoslovakia 
a Pre- and postnatal development of abnormal morphogenetic systems. Gallus domesticus (Aves), 

Mus musculus (Rodentia), Homo sapiens (Primates) 
PITERS, Mrs. H.; M.D. - Finsen Lab., Finscn Inst., 49 Strandboulevarden, 2100 COPENHAGEN 0, 

Denmark 
a The effect of low protein diet on early development of reproductive organs. Mus musculus 

(Rodentia) 
b The effect of hormones (testosterone, oestrogen, gonadotropin) on ovarian development in 

infancy. Same species as n 
c The role of FSH in follicle development. Same species as a 
d Development of the ovary. Homo sapiens (Primates) 

PETI:RS, H. M.: Dr.phil., Prof. ^ Abi. Verhaltensphysiol., Lehrstuhl Zoophysiol., Inst, fiir Biol. HI, 
Univ., Beim Kupferhammer 8, 74 TUBING1;N, B.R.D. (Germany) 

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a Developmental biology. Cichlidae, Anabantidae (Teleostei) 

PHTHRS, N.; Dr.rer.nat., Prof. ~ Zool. Inst, und Museum der Univ., Olbersweg 24, 2 HAMBURG 13 

B.R.D. (Germany) 
PETERS, P. W. J.; M.V.D. - Dept. of Teratol. and Pharmacol. Pathol., Natl. Inst, of Pubhc Health 

P.O. Box 1, BILTHOVEN, Netherlands 
a Morphogenesis of malformations caused by retinoic acid: relation to dose and stage at treatment. 

Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
b Normal morphogenesis as standard for embryotoxicity procedures. Same species as a 
c Induction of neural tube defects: relation between malformation and FPal-levels in amniotic 

tluid and maternal serum 
d Wliole body micro-autoradiography in controlling placenta passage and distribution of labelled 

chemicals. Same species as a 
PETERS, Th.; Dr.med., Prof. - Anat. Inst, der Univ., Friedrichstr. 24, 63 GIESSEN, B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
a Alterations in tissue differentiation after x-ray-treatment. Triturus alpestris (Urodela) 
b Intravital microscopy of normal and x-ray-treated gastrulae and neurulae. Same species as a 
PETZELT, Ch. P.; Ph.D. ~ Inst, of Cell Res., German Cane. Res. Ctr., Im Neuenheimer Feld 280, 

Postfach 101949, 69 HEIDELBERG 1, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Mitosis regulation by a Ca++-ATPase during early development. (Echinoidea) 
b Antimitotic agents other than antitubulins (cell cultures and Echinoidea) 
PETZOLDT, U.; Dr.rer.nat. - Inst, fiir Humangenet. und Anthropol. der Univ., Albertstrasse 11, 78 

FREIBURG i.Br., B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Protein patterns in early development. (Mammalia) 
b Enzyme activation during embryogenesis. (Mammalia) 
PEXIEDER, T.; M.D. - Inst. d'Histol. et d'Embryol., Univ. de Lausanne, 9 rue Bugnon, 1011 

LAUSANNE, Switzerland 
a Tissue dynamics of heart morphogenesis. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 

b Embryophysiology of the circulation in the aortic arches and the heart. Same species as a 
c Cell death in the development of the heart. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Rattus norvegicus 

(Rodentia), Homo sapiens (Primates) 
d Teratogenic mechanisms of cardiovascular malformations. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Rattus 

norvegicus (Rodentia) 
PFANNENSTIEL, H.-D.; Dr. - Zool. Inst, der Techn. Univ., Pockelstr. 10a, 3300 BRAUNSCHWEIG, 

B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Sexual differentiation and regeneration. Ophryotrocha spec. (Polychaeta) 

b Endocrine control of gametogenesis, general aspects of oogenesis (electrophoresis, autoradio- 
graphy, electron microscopy). Same species as a 
PFLUGFELdER, O.: Dr.rer.nat., Prof. (Emer.) - Egilolfstr.35, 7000 STUTTGART-Birkach, B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
PICARD, J. J.; M.D., Ph.D., Prof. - Lab. d'Embryol., Inst, de Zool., Univ. de Louvain, Sciences 12, 

1 348 LOUVAIN-LA-NEUVE, Bclgiuu) 
a Biochemistry of cement gland cell differentiation: control by ionic changes in the culture 

medium; modifications in the synthesis of RNA and proteins. Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
b Biochemistry of the differentiation of permanent cell lines from embryos. Same species as a 
PICAUD, J. L. - Lab. de Physiol, et Genet, des Crustaces, Univ. de Poitiers, 40 av. du Recteur Pineau, 

86022 POITIERS, France 
a Cycle sexuel et son controle. Ligia spec, PorceUio spec. (Isopoda, Crustacea) 
PICOUET, Miss M.J. - Equipe de Neuroembryol., Lab. d'Anat. Comp., Univ. Paris VII, 2 place 

Jussieu, 75221 PARIS Cedex 05, France 
PIEAU, CI.; Lic.es Sci. - Serv. d'Embryol. Exper., Inst. Pasteur, 20 rue des Mouhns, 951 10 SANNOIS, 

France 
PIERIK, R. L. M.; Dr., Ir. - Dept. of Horticult., Agric. Univ., Haagsteeg 3, P.O.Box 30, 

WAGENINGEN, Netherlands 
a Callus induction, callus culture and regulation of morphogenesis in isolated tissues. Anthurium 

andraeanum (Araceae), l^reesia hybr. (Iridaceae), Gerbera jamesonii (Compositae) 
b In vitro studies on secondary abscission in pedicels. Malus spec. (Rosaceae) 
PIHAN, J. C; Agr.de Sci., D.Sc. - Inst. Europeen d'Ecol., 57000 METZ, France 
PIJNACKER, L. P.; Ph.D. - Genet. Inst., State Univ., Biol. Centrum, Kerklaan 30, Postbus 14, 

HAREN (Gr.), Netherlands 
a Oogenesis, spermatogenesis, spermiogenesis, fertilization, and parthenogenesis. Carausius morosus 

(Phasmida); (Acari, Arachnida) 
b Quantitative cytochemistry, also in relation to differentiation. Same species as a 
PILLERI, G.; Dr.med., Prof. - Brain Anat. Inst., Untere Zollgasse 71, (Waldau), 3072 OSTERMUN- 

DIGEN-BE, Switzerland 
a Entwicklung des Gehirns. Castor canadensis (Rodentia) 
b Die Protuberantia sclerae am embryonalen Auge. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
c Ontogenese des Auges. Balaenoptera physalus, B. acutorostrata, Megaptera novaeangliae, 

Delphinus delphis, Tursiops truncatus, Delphinapterus leucas (Cetacea) 
d Regressive evolution of the eye. Platanista indi, P. gangetica, Inia geoffrensis, Pontoporia 

blainvillei (Plantanistidae, Cetacea) 
e Entwicklung der Korperform. dieselben Arten wie c 
f Ontogenese des Zentralnervensystems. dieselben Arten wie c 

g Ontogenesis (especially nervous system). Globicephala melaena (Odontoceti, Cetacea) 
h General ontogenesis. Platanista gangetica, Pontoporia blainvillei (Cetacea) 

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i Ontogenese der instinktiven Bewegungen und ihr Wiederauftreten als neurologische Symptome 

bci Hirnkranklieiten. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
PINAMONTI, S.; Dr.Bioi. 1st. di Zool., Univ. di Ferrara, Via Prcviati 24, 44100 FERRARA, Italy 
PINET, J.-M.; Dr.es Sci. Inst. Natl. Agron., Lab. de Zool., 16 rue Claude-Bernard, 75005 PARIS, 

PIRKIC^, A.; M.D. - Dept. of Zool., Univ. of Zagreb, Rooseveltov trg 6, 41000 ZAGREB, Yugoslavia 

a Enzyme histocliemistry of fetal testis. Homo sapiens (Primates) (with B. R0D£) 

PIRRONE, Mrs. A. M. - 1st. di Anat. Comp., Univ. di Palermo, Via Archirafi 20, 90123 PALERMO, 

Italy 
a RNA synthesis in early development. Paracentrotus lividus (Echinoidea) 
b Cell free maturation of ribosomal RNA of oocytes. Same species as a 
PITREL, J. A.; D.D.S. - Lab. of Periodontol. Res., Dent. Fac, Rennes I Univ., 2 place Pasteur, 35000 

RENNES, France 
PLATONOV, E. S.; Cand.biol.sci. - Phenogenet. Lab., Inst, of Gen. Genet., Acad, of Sci. of the 

USSR, Profsoyuznaya St.7 (I), MOSCOW 1 17312, U.S.S.R. 
a Biochemistry and immunology of crystallins during lens development. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
PLEEGING, J. H.; Med.Drs. - Dept. of Anat. and Embryol., State Univ. of Groningen, Oostersingel 

69, GRONINGEN, Netherlands 
a Topographical relationships in the intestine during ontogenesis. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b The origin of the pronephric duct. Same species as a 
POLANl, P. E.; M.D., F.R.S., Prof. - Paediat. Res. Unit, Guy's Hosp. Med. Sch., St.Thomas St., 

LONDON SEl 9RT, England 
a Male and female meiosis. Mus spec, Acomys spec, Microtus spec. (Rodentia), Homo sapiens 

(Primates) 
POLEZHAEV, L. V.; Dr.biol.sci., Prof. - Inst, of Developm. Biol., Acad, of Sci. of the USSR, Vavilov 

St.26, MOSCOW 117334, U.S.S.R. 
a Regeneration of cranium bones. Mus domesticus, Rattus norvegicus, Oryctolagus cuniculus, Felis 

domestica, Canis familiaris (Mammalia) 
b Regeneration of myocardium. Rattus norvegicus, Oryctolagus cuniculus, Fehs domestica, Canis 

familiaris (Mammalia) 
c Restoration of regeneration capacity of limbs after x-irradiation. Ambystoma mexicanum 

(Urodela) (with S. J. TUCHKOVA) 
d Physiological regeneration of the brain. Felis domestica, Rattus norvegicus (Mammalia) 
POLGE, C; Dr. - A.R.C. Unit of Reprod. Physiol. & Biochem., Anim. Res. Station, 307 Huntingdon 

Rd., CAMBRIDGE CB3 OJQ, England 
a Factors influencing fertilization and early embryonic development (effects of age of gametes, 

administration of drugs and hormones, in vitro treatments and transplantations). Sus scrofa 

(Artiodactyla) 
POLTEVA, Mrs. D. G.; Cand.biol.sci. - Dept. of Embryol., Leningrad State Univ., Mendeleevsky St. 

5, 199164 LENINGRAD, U.S.S.R. 
a Morphogenesis during somatic embryogenesis. Obelia geniculata, O. flexuosa, O. lovenii, Coryne 

lovenii (Hydrozoa) 
PONTIER, J.; Dr.es Sci. Lab. de Biomet., Sect, de Biol. Gencr. et Appl., Univ. de Lyon I, 43 Bd.du 

11 Novembre 1918, 69621 VILLEURBANNE, France 
POPOV, V. v.; Dr.biol., Prof. - Chair of Embryol., Biol. Fac, State Univ. of Moscow, Lenin Hills, 

MOSCOW 117234, U.S.S.R. 
POSINOVEC, Mrs. J.; M.D., D.Sc, Prof. Inst, of Histol. and Embryol., Fac. of Med., Univ. of 

Zagreb, Salata 3, P.O.Box 166, 41001 ZAGREB, Yugoslavia 
a Anomalies of spermatogenesis due to disorders in testis development. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Appearance and pattern formation of reticulin fibers during ontogenesis of the testis. Same 

species as a 
c Embryonic development of the parotid gland. Same species as a 

POSPISIL, M. - Dept. of Anat., I reie Univ., Kon.-Luisestr. 15, 1 BERLIN 33, B.R.D. (Germany) 
POURHADI, R.; M.D. Lab. d'Histol.-Embryol., Fac. de Med., Bd. Winston Churchill, B.P.38, 63 

CLERMONT-FERRAND, France 
POURTOIS, M.; M.D., Prof. - Inst, de Stomatol., Univ. Libre de Bru.xelles, 322 rue Haute, 1000 

BRUXELLES, Belgium 
a Normal and abnormal closure and fusion of primary and secondary palate (tissue culture, 

histochemistry, iiistology). Rattus norvegicus, Mus musculus (Rodentia), Homo sapiens 

(Primates) 
b Clinical investigation and epidemiology of congenital cranio-facial malformations. Homo sapiens 

(Primates) 
POUWl LS, Miss F..; Biol.drs. Dept. of Anat. and Embryol., Univ. of Nijmegen, Geert Grooteplein 

N.21, NIJMFGI'N, Netherlands 
a Development of the cerebellum (light microscopy, electron microscopy). Salmo irideus 

(Tclcostci) 
PRAT, Miss M.; Ph.D. - Cell and Molec. Biol. Lab., Dept. of Human Anat., Univ. of Torino, Corso 

M.d'AzegIio52, 10126 TORINO, Italy 
a Cell membrane differentiation: immunochemistry of surface macromolccules. Mus musculus 

(Rodentia) 
b Membrane-mediated growth control in BHK cells. Mesocricetus auratus (Rodentia) 
PRATT, C. W. McI,.; M.D. - Anat. School, Univ. of Cambridge, Downing St., CAMBRIDGE 

CB2 3DY, England 
a Development of skeletal tissue. Many spp. (MammaUa) 

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PREDA, V. G.; M.D., Prof. - Chaire de Biol.-Histol., Inst, de Med. et Pharm., Fac. de Med., St.Pasteur 

6, 3400 CLUJ, Rumania 
a Influence de la temperature d'incubation sur rimmunomorphologie de I'embryon. Gallus spec. 

(Aves) 
b Cultures cellulaires du foie adulte normal ou en regeneration. Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
c Regeneration du foie sous Taction des hepato-protecteurs (acide aspartique). Same species as b 
PRKLIPCEANU, Miss O.; ing. - Lab. de Embriol. Norm. !^ Patol., Acad, de Stiin1,e Med., Centr. de 

CeiOi Med., Bd.M.Viteazul 24, 1900 TIMI^OARA, Rumania 
a Tissue culture; embryo culture. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
PRESLEY, R.; M.B., B.Cliir. - Dept. of Anat., Univ. Coll., P.O. Box 78, CARDIFF CFl IXL, Wales, 

U.K. 
a In vitro development of peripheral elements of embryonic autonomic nervous system (ultra- 
structure, histochemistry, pharmacology). Gallus domesticus (Aves), (Rodentia) 
b Development of cranial structures: comparative correlation between embryology and palaeonto- 
logy. (Vertebrata) 
PRESLICKOVA, Mrs. M. - Inst, of Pharmacol., Czech. Acad, of Sci., Albertov 4, 128 00 PRAHA 2, 

Czechoslovakia 
a Technique of the morphological examination of implantation and placentation. Homo sapiens 

(Primates; Rodentia) 
PRESTIGE, M. C; Ph.D. - Physiol. Dept., Med. School, Univ. of Edinburgh, Teviot Place, 

EDINBURGH EH8 9AG, Scotland, U.K. 
a Development of neuromuscular apparatus of hind limb: differentiation of nerve cells, electron 

microscopy of fibres, autoradiographs of neuronal birthday, development of connections, possi- 
bility of disconnections. Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
PRESTON, T. M.; B.Sc. - Dept. of Zool. and Comp. Anat., Univ. Coll. London, Gower St., LONDON 

WCIF 6BT, England 
a Morphogenesis. Naegleria gruberi (Rhizopoda) 
PRIESTER, W. de; Ph.D. - Zool. Lab., Unit of Cell Biol, and Morphogen., Univ. of Leiden, Kaiserstr. 

63, LEIDEN, Netherlands 
a Electron microscopy of developmental stages. Calliphora erythrocephala (Diptera) 
b Morphological and functional alterations of organelles during development. Same species as a 
PRIEUR, D. M.; Dr.3e Cycle - Lab. de Zool., Univ. de Bretagne Occidentale, 6 av. le Gorgeu, 29283 

BREST Cedex, France 
a Pathology of larvae reared in laboratories and hatcheries. Various spp. (Lamellibranchia) 
PRITCHARD. D. J.; Ph.D. - Inst, of Anim. Genet., Univ. of Edinburgh, West Mains Rd., 

EDINBURGH EH9 3JN, Scotland, U.K. 
a Synthesis, ontogeny, location, and immunochemistry of lens proteins in normal animals and 

mutants. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Mus musculus (Rodentia) (with R. M. CLAYTON, M. M. 

PERRY, D. E. S. TRUMAN, A. T. H. BURNS (Edinburgh), and D. S. McDEVITT (Philadephia) 
b Ultrastructure, immunology and cell properties of lenses with normal and genetically modified 

cell membranes. Same species as a (with R. M. CLAYTON, P. C. G. ODEIGAH and M. M. 

PERRY) 
c Differentiation and cell interactions in vitro of normal and abnormal ocular epithelium. Same 

species as a (with R. M. CLAYTON, E. C. A. LUCEY and M. M. PERRY) 
PROTASE (POPPER), Mrs. A. - Chaire de Biol.-Histol., Inst, de Med. et Pharm., St.Pasteur 6, 3400 

CLUJ, Rumania 
a Cultures cellulaires du foie adulte normal ou en regeneration. Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
b Regeneration du foie sous Paction des hepato-protecteurs (acide aspartique). Same species as a 
PRZYBYLLOK. Th.; Dipl.-Biol. - Inst, fiir Entw.physiol., Univ. zu Koln, Gyrhofst.17, 5 K0LN41, 

B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Interaction of plant hormones in leaf morphogenesis. Antirrhinum majus (Scrophulariaceae) 
b Biochemistry and analytical chemistry of plant hormones and their enzymes. Same species as a 
PUCCI (MINAFRA), Mrs. I. - 1st. di Anat. Comp., Univ. di Palermo, Via Archirafi 20, 90123 

PALERMO, Italy 
a Characterization of embryonic collagen and identification of its possible precursor. Paracentrotus 

lividus (Echinoidea) 
PUCCIA, E.; Dr.Sci. - Zool. Inst., Univ. of Palermo, Via Archirafi 18, 90123 PALERMO, Italy 
a RNA synthesis in embryonic development. Ciona intestinalis (Ascidiacea) 
b Purification of hatching enzyme. Same species as a 
c Isolation of actin in eggs. Same species as a 
d Nucleoside and ribosomal RNA synthesis during opercular regeneration. Hydroides norvegica 

(Polychaeta) 
PUCCINELLI, Mrs. I.; Dr.Nat.Sci. - 1st. di Zool. e AnaL Comp. delFUniv., Via A.Volta 4, 56100 

PISA, Italy 
PUELLES-LOPEZ, L.; M.D. - Lab. of Exp. EmbryoL, Dept. of Anat., Fac. of Med., Univ. of Sevilla, 

SEVILLA, Spain 
a Light and electron microscopy of neuroblast migrations in tissue culture. Gallus gallus (Aves) 
PYLILO, Miss I. v.; Cand.biol. - Dept. of EmbryoL, Leningrad State Univ., Mendeleevsky St. 5, 

199164 LENINGRAD, U.S.S.R. 
a Electron microscopy of regeneration. Bolinopsis infundibulum, Mertensia ovum (Ctenophora) 
RADOS, I.; D.D. - Dept. of Biol., Semmelweis Med. Univ., Tiizolto u.58, 1094 BUDAPEST IX, 

Hungary 
a Terutogenesis and developmental pathology. Gallus domesticus. (Aves), Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
RADZIKOWSKI, St.; M.Sc. ^ Inst, of Zool., Warsaw Univ., Krakowskie Przedmiescie 26/28, 00-927 

WARSZAWA, Poland 

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a Pattern of sDNA and sRNA during the cell cycle, and during and after conjugation. Chilodonella 

cucuUulus (Ciliata) . , , r. 

b Synthesis of basic proteins of polytenic chromosomes m macronuclear anlagen. Same species as 

RAEKALLIO, J.; M.D., Prof. Dept. of Forensic Med., Univ. of Turku, Kiinamyllynkatu 10, 20520 
TURKU 52,'Finland , 

a Biochemical characterization of enzymes appearing m early wound hcalmg. Rattus spec, Cavia 
spec. (Rodentia) (with P.-L. MAKINEN) 

b Enzyme histochemistry of skin transplants (allografts and homografts). Same species as a (with 
P.-E. MAKINEN) , „ , 

c Biochemistry of vascular response in experimental wound heahng. Same species as a (with P.-L. 

MAKINEN) . ■ , „ , 

d Acceleration of wound heahng with zinc sulphate. Rattus spec. (Rodentia) (with P.-L. 

MAKINEN) 
e Effect of ageing on the enzymes in wound healing. Same species as a 

RAFFIN, J.-P.; Dr. - Lab. d'Anat. Comp., Univ. Paris VII, 2 Place Jussieu, 75005 PARIS, France 
RAFTELL, Mrs. M.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Immunol., Wenner-Gren Inst, for Exp. Biol., Eack, 104 05 

STOCKHOLM 50, Sweden 
a Immunochemical studies on the reappearance of fetal enzyme active membrane antigens in 

chemically (DMAB) induced hepatomas. Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
RAGGHIANTI, Miss M.; Dr.BioI. - Inst, of HistoL and EmbryoL, Univ. of Pisa, Via A.Volta4, 56100 

PISA, Italy 
a Mitotic and lampbrush chromosomes in hybrids. Triturus spec. (Urodcla) 
b Electrophoretic studies in embryos and larvae. Same species as a 
RAGOZINA Mrs M N.; Dr.biol. - A.N.Severtzov Inst, of Evol. Morphol. and Ecol. of Animals, 

Acad, of Sci. of the USSR, Lenin Ave. 33, MOSCOW 11 7071, U.S.S.R. 
a Embryogenesis. Testudo graeca (Chelonia) 
RAINERl, Miss M.; Dr.BioI. - 1st. di Anat. Comp., Univ. di Genova, Via Balbi 5, 16126 GENOVA, 

Italy 
a Histochemistry of biogenic amines in embryos. (Cirripedia; Branchiopoda, Crustacea) 
b Effects of cholinesterase inhibitors on development. (Ascidiacea; Echinoidea) 
RAJTOVA, Miss V.; M.V.Dr. - Anat. Inst., Vet.-Med. Fak., Komenskeho 71, KOSICE, Czechoslo- 
vakia 
a Morphogenesis of the chondrocranium. Ovis aries, Capra hircus (Artiodactyla) 
b Skeletal development. Same species as a 

c The transformation of Meckel's cartilage. Ovis aries, Capra hircus (Artiodactyla); (Rodentia) 
d Effect of single exposure to ionizing radiation on limb and chondrocranium development. Ovis 

aries (Artiodactyla) 
RAMIREZ, F.; Dr.BioI. - 1st. di Anat. Comp., Univ. di Palermo, Via Archirafi 20, 90123 PALERMO, 

Italy 
a Regulation of hemoglobin synthesis. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
RAMSAY (KUNZ), Mrs. Y.W.; Dr.phii. Unit Devi. Biol.. Zool. Dept., Univ. Coll., Beltield, 

Stillorgan Rd., DUBLIN 4, Ireland 
a Ultrastructure and histochemistry during development of 1) retinal photoreceptors and cliorioid, 

and 2) the pseudobranch. Poecilia reticulata (Teleostei) 
b Haemopoiesis in the embryo. (Teleostei) 

c Ultrastructure of the urinary bladder in the embryo. Same species as a 
RANSOM, R. J.; Ph.D. - Inst, of Anim. Genet., Univ. of Edinburgh, West Mains Rd., EDINBURGH 

EH9 3JN, Scotland, U.K. 
a Development of the head imaginal disc: clonal analysis; differentiation switching studied by 

variegated mutants. Drosophila melanogaster, D. hydei (Diptera) 
b Computer modelhng of developing systems, both in specific instances (e.g. of subject a), and as 

more general abstract models 
RANZI, S.; Ph.D., Prof. - Lab. di Zool., Univ. di Milano, Via Celoria 10, 201 33 MILANO, Italy 
RAPOLA, M. H. J.; M.D. ^ Children's Hosp., Univ. of Helsinki, 11 Stenback St., 00290 HELSINKI 

29, Finland 
RATCLIFFE, N. A.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Zool., Univ. Coll. of Swansea, Singleton Park, SWANSEA, 

Glamorgan, Wales, U.K. 
a Development of hacmocytes in the larva. Pieris brassicae (Lepidoptera) 
RAUNICH, L.; Ph.D., M.D., Prof. - 1st. di Anat. Comp., Univ. di Ferrara, Via Scienze 17, 44100 

FERRARA, Italy 
a Changes of hemoglobins and dehydrogenases during embryonic and postembryonic development 
(starch gel electrophoresis). Mugil spec, Chrysophrys spec, Labrax spec, Gasterostcus spec. 
(Teleostei) 
b Electron microscopy of oogenesis. Aphanius fasciatus, Mugil spec. (Teleostei) 
RAUSCHl'NBACH, Mrs. 1.; Cand. Biol. Sci. Inst, of Cytol. and Genet., Acad, of Sci. of the USSR, 

NOVOSIBIRSK 630090, U.S.S.R. 
RAVEN, Chr. P.; Ph.D., Prof. (Emer.) - Rembrandtlaan 19, DOORN, Netherlands 
a Computer simulation of embryonic development, (with J. J. BEZEM, Zool. Lab., State Univ. of 

Utrecht) 
RAYNAUD, A.; Dr.es Sci. - Sorv. dTjiibryol. Exper., Inst.Pastcur, 20 rue des Moulins, 95110 

SANNOIS, France 
RAYNAUD (CHAULIN-SI.RVINIERE), Mrs. J.; Dr.es Sci. ~ Serv. d'Embryol. Exper., Inst. Pasteur, 



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20 rue des Moulins, 951 10 SANNOIS, France 
RAZEK, H. A.; M.D. - Dept. of Anat., Div. of Appl. and Topogr. Anat., Univ. of Bern, Buehlstr., 

CH-3012 BERN, Switzerland 
a Comparative placentation. (Mammalia) 

b Early differentiation of germ layers. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
REBER (PELLE), Mrs. A. - Lab. de Physiol. Anim., Univ. de Rouen, 10 Bd. de Broglie, 76130 

MONT-SAINT-AIGNAN, France 
REES (WALLEY), Mrs. L. J.; Ph.D. - Marine Sci. Labs., Univ. ColL of N.Wales, MENAl BRIDGE, 

Anglesey LL59 5EY, Wales, U.K. 
REGARD, Miss E. - Lab. de Biol.-Vertebr., Univ. Paris XI (Paris-Sud), Bat.441, 91405 ORSAY, 

France 
a Etude biochimique et ultrastructurale de la glande thyroide larvaire; biosynthese de la thyro- 

globuline. Xenopus laevis (Anura), Anibystoma mexicanum (Urodela) 
b Apparition et fonction de la peroxydase dans la glande thyroide larvaire (histochimie ultra- 
structurale, utilisation de I'iode) 
c Microanalyse d'iode dans la thyroide. Memes especes comme a 
REMBOLD, H.; Dr.rer.nat.. Prof. - Dept. of Insect Biochem., Max-Planck-Inst. fiir Biochem., 8033 

MARTINSRIED b.Munchen, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Isolation of the determining substance responsible for queen bee establishment from royal jelly 

and from pupae and adults. Bombyx mori (Lepidoptera), Apis mellifera (Hymenoptera) 
b Biochemical aspects of queen determination; comparative studies on enzyme activities, mitochon- 
dria, protein and nucleic acid synthesis in queens and workers. Apis mellifera (Hymenoptera) 
c Biochemical function of biopterin in development; metabolic studies with C14-pteridines. Same 

species as b • • u 

d Biochemistry and histology of juvenile hormone action in caste formation. Same species as b 
RENFREE, Miss M. B.; Ph.D. - A.R.C. Unit of Anim. Genet., Univ. of Edinburgh, West Mains Rd., 

EDINBURGH EH9 3JN, Scotland, U.K. 
a Embryology and developmental biochemistry. Macropus eugenii (Marsupialia) 
b Ontogeny of LDH and MDH isozymes during pouch development. Didelphis marsupialis 

virsiniana (Marsupialia) 
c In Vivo and in vitro assays of adrenocorticoid function during pouch development. Same species 

as b 
d Uterine proteins during gestation. Same species as b 

e Foetal fluids; origin and composition of amniotic fluid. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
f Influence of fetal serum proteins on embryos in culture. Same species as e 
RENKAWITZ, R.; Dipl.Biol. - Inst, fur Allgem. BioL, Univ. Dusseldorf, Ulenbergstr. 127-129,4000 

DOSSELDORF, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Amplification of ribosomal genes in the nurse cells of the ovary. Calhphora erythrocephala, 

Drosophila hydei, Sarcophaga barbata (Diptera) 
RENKAWITZ-POHL, Mrs. R.; Dipl.Biol. - Inst, fur Allgem. Biol., Univ. Dusseldorf, Ulenbergstr. 

127-129, 4000 D(}SSELDORF, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Underreplication of satellite-DNA in polyploid ovarian tissues (analytical ultracentrifugation, 

thermal denaturation). Drosophila viriiis (Diptera) 
b Replication of 5S-DNA in various tissues. Drosophila hydei (Diptera) 
RESSOUCHES (SELMtS), Mrs. A.-P.; Dr.Biol.anim. - Lab. de ZooL Exper., Univ. de Bordeaux I, Av. 

des Facultes, 33405 TALENCE, France 
a Developpement embryonnaire. Pissodes spec. (Coleoptera) 

b Ultrastructure des bacteroides intracellulaires. Meme espece comme a „-,.,.., r^n**^ 

REVERBERI, G.; D.Sci., Prof. - ZooL Inst., Univ. of Palermo, Via Archirafi 18, 90123 PALERMO, 

Italy 
a Ultrastructure of the developing egg. (Annelida; Mollusca; Ascidiacea) 
Rf.V^SZ-FERENCZY, Mrs. E.; M.D. - Dept. of Anat., Div. of Appl. and Topogr. Anat., Univ. ot 

Bern. 26 Buehlstr., CH-3012 BERN, Switzerland 
a Radiobiologv, normal embryology. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Radiobiology, experimental embryology. 1. genetics; 2. placentology. Mesocricetus auratus 

(Rodentia) c /-i i 

REYNAUD, G. R.; Dr.es Sci. - Lab. de Morphogenet. Anim., Univ. de Provence - Centre St.Charles, 

Place Victor Hugo, 13331 MARSEILLE Cedex 3, France 
a Intra- and interspecific transfer of primordial germ cells. Gallus gallus, Meleagris gallopavo (Aves) 
REYSS-BRION (DUCREAU), Mrs. M.; Dr. Sci. - Inst. dTmbryol. et Teratol. Exper. du C.N.R.S., 

49bis Av.de la Belle Gabrielle, 94130 NOGENT-sur-MARNE, France 
a Influence des rayons X sur le developpement embryonnaire. Pleurodeles waltlii (Urodela), Gallus 

spec. (Aves) , ,•• /ir j i \ 

b Influence des rayons X sur le pouvoir inducteur de la gastrula. Pleurodeles walthi (Urodela) 
c Effet des rayons X sur le developpement de la peau embryonnaire. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
RFZNIKOV, K. Ju.; Cand.biol.sci. - Inst, of Developm. Biol., Acad, of Sci. of the USSR, Vavilov St. 

26, MOSCOW 117334, U.S.S.R. „ ^^ x^-rvTc-nrD m; *f non 

RIBBERT, D.; Dr.rer.nat. ^ ZooL Inst, der Univ., Badestr. 9, 44 MUNSTER/Westf., B.R.D. 

(Germany) , , ■ ^ r- u- 

a Karyology and RNA spectra in egg follicle development (radio-isotopes, electrophoresis). Calh- 
phora erythrocephala (Diptera) 
b Chromosome cytology of germ line cells (polytene chromosomes). Same species as a . 

c Chromosome cytology of developing macrochaetes (trichogene cells). (CaUiphorinae; Muscidae, 
Diptera) 

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d Disproportionate DNA replication in nurse cell nuclei of meroistic ovaries (hybridization 

technique). Same species as c 
RICE, A. L.; Ph.D. - Inst, of Oceanogr. Sci., Wormley, GODALMING, Surrey, England 
a Morphology of larvae reared in the laboratory. Carcinus spec, Macropipus spec. (Decapoda, 

Crustacea) 
b Numerical taxonomy of zoeal stages based on published data. Many spec. (Brachyura, Decapoda, 

RICHARD-MERCIER, Mrs. N. - Lab. Sex. et Reprod. des Invertebr., Univ. P.et M.Curie, Bat.G, Tour 

32, 4 place Jussieu, 75230 PARIS Cedex 05, France 
a Control of sex differentiation. Leptinotarsa decemHneata (Coleoptera) 
RICHTER, K. H.; Ph.D. - Physiol.-Chem. Inst.I, Med. Sch., Univ. of Marburg, 355 MARBURG- 

Lahnberge, B.R.D. (Germany) 
RIEB, J.-P. - Musee Zool. de I'Univ. et dc la Ville, 29 Bd. de la Victoire, 67000 STRASBOURG, 

France 
RINALDI, Miss A.M.; Dr.Biol. - 1st. di Anat. Comp., Univ. di Palermo, Via Archirafi 20, 90123 

PALERMO, Italy 
a Rate of protein synthesis in oocytes. Paracentrotus lividus (Echinoidea) 
b Giant RNA in polyribosomes of embryos. Same species as a 

c Mitochondrial RNA synthesis during development. Paracentrotus lividus (Echinoidea) 
RINAUDO, M. T.; Prof. - Inst, of Biochem., Univ. of Turin, Via Michelangelo 27, 10126 TORINO, 

Italy 
a Protocollagen proHne hydroxylase in embryonic eye, cartilage, and skin. Gallus domesticus 

(Aves) 
b B-hydroxybutyrate dehydrogenase in embryonic and neonatal brain. Same species as a 
c Glucose-6-phosphatase and fructosediphosphatase in the embryonic heart. Same species as a 
RIPOLL, P.; Ph.D. - Sect. Developm. Genet., Inst, of Genet, and Anthropol., Velazquez 144, 

MADRID 6, Spain 
a Clonal behaviour of zygotic lethals in imaginal discs. Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 
RISNES, S. - Dept. of Anat., Dent. Fac, Univ. of Oslo, P.O. Box 1052, Blindern, OSLO 2, Norway 
a Odontogenesis. (Elasmobranchii), Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
ROBADEY (RIBAS), Mrs. M. - Dept. d'Embryol. et Teratol. Exp., Inst, de Biol.Anim., Fac. des Sci., 

Univ. de Fribourg, 1700 FRIBOURG, Switzerland 
a Morphogenese du crane et induction cephalique. Gallus gallus (Aves) 

b Associations interspecifiques entre divers organes cephaliques. Gallus gallus, Coturnix spec. (Aves) 
ROBECCHI GIACOBINI, M. G.; M.D. - Dept. of Human Anat., Univ. of Torino, Corso M.D'Azeglio 

52, 10126 TORINO, Italy 
a Development of "electric type" synapses in nucleus tangentialis. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b Development of motor unit under experimental conditions (electron microscopy). Same species 

as a 
ROBERT, L.; M.D. - Lab. de Biochim. du Tissue Conjonct., Univ. de Paris XII, 6 rue du Gen.Sarrail, 

94000 CRfiTEIL, France 
a Differentiation of mesenchymal tissues, cornea, and aorta; regulation of the biosynthesis of 

intercellular macromolccules: collagen, elastin, proteoglycan, and structural glycoproteins. 

(Demospongiae, Porifera), Gallus domesticus (Aves), Mus musculus, Rattus spec, Sus domesticus. 

Bos taurus, Homo sapiens (Mammalia) 
b Molecular mechanism of cell free recognition (transplantation biology); role of structural 

glycoproteins. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
ROBERT, M.; DipLNatw. - Inst, fur Genet., Univ. des Saarlandes, 66 SAARBRUCKEN 11, B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
a Regulation of gene activity and histone cytochemistry in giant chromosomes. Chironomus 

thummi, Ch. tentans (Diptera) 
ROBERTSON, B.; M.D. Dept. of Pediat. Pathol., Karolinska sjukhuset, 104 01 STOCKHOLM 60, 

Sweden 

No cmbryological work in progress 
ROBERTSON (PATON), Mrs. E. M. - Inst, of Anim. Genet., Univ. of Edinburgh, West Mains Rd., 

EDINBURGH EH9 3JN, Scotland, U.K. 
a Development of imaginal buds. Drosophila spec. (Diptera) (with C. H. WADDINGTON) 
RODA, A.; Prof. - Inst. F.Oloriz, Fac of Med., Univ. of Granada, GRANADA, Spain 
RODfc, B.; Ph.D., Prof. - Dept. of Zool., Univ. of Zagreb, Rooseveltov trg 6, 41000 ZAGREB, and 

Dept. of Pathol., Fac of Dent., Univ. of Zagreb, "Dr.M.Stojanovic", 41000 ZAGREB, Yugoslavia 
a Chemodifferentiation of digestive organs: forestomach mucosa, liver, pancreas (enzyme histo- 
chemistry). (Ruminantia, Artiodactyla) (with N. KRALJ) 
b Enzyme histochemistry of fetal testis. Homo sapiens (Primates) (with A. PIRKlO) 
RODRIGUI S CORREIA, Mrs. M. J.; M.D. Inst, dc Histol. e Embriol., Fac de Med., Av. Prof. Egas 

Moniz, LISBOA 4, Portugal. 
ROEST (WAGENAAR), Mrs. J. A. - Anat.-Embryol. Inst., Univ. of Amsterdam, Mauritskadc 61, 

AMSTERDAM-O., Netherlands 
a Light microscopy, electron microscopy, histochemistry, physiology, and experimental terato- 

genesis of heart development in the embryo. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Mus musculus (Rodentia) 

(with H. M. LAANE and J. A. LOS) 
b Cell interactions in the embryonic heart. Gallus domesticus (Aves) (with J. A. LOS) 
ROGUEDA (VIGNAU), Mrs. J.; Dr.Biol. anim. - Lab. de Zool. Exper., Univ. de Bordeaux I, Av. des 

Facultes, 33405 TALENCE, France 
a Experiences sur la morphogenese embryonnaire de la tete. Carausius spec. (Phasmida) 

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b Regeneration embryonnaire en Tabsence des glandes endocrines. Meme espece comme a (avec 

B. FOURNIER) 
ROGULSKA, Miss T.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Embryol., Zool. Inst., Univ. of Warsaw, Krakowskie 

Przedmiescie 26/28, WARSZAWA 64, Poland 
a Origin and fate of primordial germ cells. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Differentiation of the somatic and germinal tissues of the gonad. Same species as a 
ROHDENDORF, Mrs. E.; Dr., CSc. - Dept. of Physiol., Inst, of Entomol., Czech. Acad, of Sci., Na 

Folimance 5, 12000 PRAHA 2, Czechoslovakia 
ROKYTA, R.; MUDr., CSc. - Inst, of Pathophysiol., Charles Univ., Lidicka 1, 306 05 PLZElQ, 

Czechoslovakia 
a Interhemispherical connections between subcortical auditory centres, especially between medial 

geniculate bodies in development. Felis domestica (Carnivora), Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia), 

Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha) 
b The influence of GABA (7-aminobutyric acid), GHB (7-hydroxybutyrate) and 3APS (3-amino- 

sulphuric acid) on the cortical somesthetic response after stimulation of different parts of the 

somesthetic pathway during early postnatal development. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia), 

Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha) 
c Effect of GABA and GABA-like substances on specific and non-specific thalamocortical relations. 

Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia), Felis domestica (Carnivora) 
ROMANOVA, Mrs. L. K.; Dr.med.sci. Inst, of Human Morphol., Acad, of Med. Sci. of the USSR, 

Tsurupa St.3, MOSCOW 117469, U.S.S.R. 
a The restoration of lungs and Uvcr. Rattus norvegicus, Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
ROMANOVSKt, A.; RNDr., D.Sc, Prof. - Dept. of Exp. Zool., Charles Univ., Vinicna 7, 12844 

PRAHA 2, Czechoslovakia 
a Proteins and antigens in early development. (Amphibia) (with J. MACHA and J. PALECEK) 
ROMANOWSKA, Miss E.; Dr. - Zool. Dept., Jagellonian Univ., Krupnicza 50, KRAKOW, Poland 
a Oogenesis. (Apterygota, Insecta) 
ROMBACH, J.; Ir.(Agric.) - Lab. of Plant Physiol. Res., Agric. Univ., Gen.Foulkesweg 72, 

WAGENINGEN, Netherlands 
ROMERT, P.; Assoc. Prof. - Anat. Dept.C, Univ. of Copenhagen, 1 Universitetsparken, 2100 

COPENHAGEN Q, Denmark 
a Development of the ultimobranchial body. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Cell death during development. Mus musculus, Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
RONCALI, Miss L.; M.D. - Inst, of Human Anat., Fac. of Med., Univ. of Bari, Policlinico, 70124 

BARI, Italy 
a Modifications of vascular patterns during experimental twinning in the limb bud. Gallus 

domesticus (Aves) 
b Modifications of vascular patterns following heterotopical grafts of limb bud apical ridge. Same 

species as a 
c Vascular patterns of the spinal ganglia under normal and experimental conditions. Same species 

as a 
d Relationships between degree of mitotic activity and denseness of vascular network under normal 

and experimental conditions. Same species as a 
ROOY, R. E. de; Dr. - Lab. of Med. Chem., Sylvius Labs., State Univ., Wassenaarseweg 72, LEIDEN 

2405, Netherlands 
a Changes in amount and activity of the enzymes causing the synthesis and breakdown of brain 

lipids. Rattus spec. (Rodentia), Bos taurus (Artiodactyla), Homo sapiens (Primates) 
ROSI, MissG. - 1st. di Biol. Gen., Univ. di Perugia, Via del Giochetto, 06100 PERUGIA, Italy 
a Aberrazioni cromosomiche e anomalie di sviluppo. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
ROSTAND, J. - 29 rue Pradier, 92 VILLE D'AVRAY, France 

a Parthenogenese et gynogenese; regulation chromosomique par le froid. (Amphibia) 
b Mutations (polydactylie, ectrodactylie, etc.) et anomalies provoquees par le milieu exterieur 

(principalement "Anomalie P"). Rana esculenta et autres spp. (Amphibia) 
c Action protectrice de la glycerine a I'egard de la congelation des cellules spermatiques. 

(Amphibia) 
ROSTEDT, Miss I. B.; Ph.D. - Centr. Publ. Health Lab., State Serum Inst., Mannerheimintie 166, 

00280 HELSINKI 28, Finland 
a Heterogeneous inductors on embryonic ectoderm. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b Early embryonic development including immunology. Same species as a 
ROTT, Mrs. N. N.; Cand.biol.sci. - Inst, of Developm. Biol., Acad, of Sci. of the USSR, Vavilov St. 

26, MOSCOW 117334, U.S.S.R. 
a Changes of mitotic cycle in early embryogenesis as related to changes in ionic concentrations and 

intercellular communication. Misgurnus fossilis, Salmo gairdneri, Cyprinus carpio (Teleostei), 

Ambystoma mexicanum (Urodela) 
ROUSSEAU-MERCK, Mrs. M. F.; Dr.3e Cycle - Groupe de Rech. de PathoL Pediat., INSERM U 77, 

Hopital Necker Enfants Malades, 149 rue de Sevres, 75730 PARIS Cedex 15, France 
a La differenciation et les potentialites de differenciation du nephroblastome, Homo sapiens 

(Primates): 1. associations in vitro avec des organes embryonnaires de Gallus domesticus (Aves) 

ou Mus musculus (Rodentia) inducteurs de Torganogenese renale normale; 2. mise en evidence 
d'antigenes particuliers aux tubes proximaux renaux 
ROUSSEL, C; Dr.Med. - Lab. d'EmbryoL, U.E.R. Biomed., 45 rue des Sts.Peres, 75270 PARIS 

Cedex 06, France 
a Mode d'action de certaines substances teratogenes (Triton WR 1339). (Mammalia) 
b Mecanismes d'action de substances embryotoxiques (transfert d'oeufs). (Rodentia) (avec 
L. MERCIER) 

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ROUSSEV, G. K.; Dr., Prof. - Med. Res. Inst., Ovtcha Koupel, SOFIA 18, Bulgaria 

ROUX, Ch.; Dr.Med., Prof. - Lab. d'Embryol. et de Cytogenet., Fac. de Med. Saint-Antoine, 27 rue 

Chaligny, 75571 PARIS Cedex 12, France 
a Teratogenetic action of inhibitors of cholesterol synthesis. Rattus spec, Mesocricetus auratus, 

Mus musculus (Rodentia), Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorohal 
ROUY (GRABlfi), Mrs. S.; Dr.spec. - Lab. d'HistoL et d'Embryol., Univ. de Montpellier, 2 rue Ecole 

de Medecine, 34000 MONTPELLIER, France 
ROWSON, L. E. A.; F.R.C.V.S., - A.R.C. Unit of Rcprod. Physiol, and Biochem., Anim. Res. Station, 

307 Huntingdon Rd., CAMBRIDGE CB3 OJQ, England 
a Ovum transplantation and artificial insemination. Oryctolagus cuniculus, vLagomorpha), Bos 

taurus, Ovis aries, Sus domesticus (Artiodactyla) Homo sapiens (Primates) 
RUANO GIL, D.; Dr., Prof. - Dept. of Anat., Univ. of Barcelona, C/.Casanova 143, BARCELONA 11, 

Spain 
a Development of neural retina and lens. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b Development of the ureter 
RUCH, J. v.; Dr.med., Dr. Sci., Prof. - Inst. d'Embryol., Univ. de Strasbourg, 4 rue Kirschleger, 

67085 STRASBOURG, France 
a Epithelial-mesenchymal interactions, mitosis, and differentiation in teeth. Mus musculus 

(Rodentia) 
RUOSLAHTI, E. ^ Lab. of Exp. EmbryoL, III.Dept. of Pathol., Univ. of Helsinki, Haartmaninkatu 3, 

00290 HELSINKI 29, Finland 
a Cell surface antigen localization in differentiation and malignancy of embryonic fibroblasts. 

Gallus domesticus (Aves) (with J. J. WARTIOVAARA and A. VAHERI) 
RUSSO-CAIA, S.; Prof. - 11. Chair of Histol. and Embryol., Fac. of Sci., Univ. of Roma, Citta 

Universitaria, 00100 ROMA, Italy 
a Cytochemistry and autoradiography of mesonephros regression. (Aves; Mammalia) 
b Mechanism of metamorphosis: histolysis, especially lysosomal enzymes. Musca domestica 

(Diptera) 
c Cytological aspects of gene amplification in oogenesis. Dytiscus marginalis and other spp. 

(Coleoptera) 
d Cytochemistry and autoradiography of oogenesis especially nucleic acid metabolism in nurse 

cells. (Diptera; Coleoptera) 
e Cytochemistry of lymphatic organs, (lower Vertebrata) 
RYABININA, Miss Z. A.; Cand.bioLscL - Inst, of Human Morphol., Acad, of Med. Sci. of the USSR, 

Shchepkin St. 61/2, MOSCOW 125110, U.S.S.R. 
RYBERG, Mrs. E.; M.Sc. ~ Wenner-Gren Inst, for Exp. BioL, Norrtullsgatan 16, 113 45 

STOCKHOLM, Sweden 
a Histochemistry and histology of an impulse conducting system in the pluteus. Psammechinus 

miliaris (Echinoidea) 
RYCZKOWSKI, M.; Doc, Dr. - Lab. of Plant Physiol., Inst, of Molec Biol., Jagellonian Univ., 

Grodzka 53, 31-001 KRAK6W, Poland 
a Respiration rate (Q02) of the components of the developing ovule (coat, endosperm, embryo). 

(Angiospermae) 
b Q02 gradient in endosperm and embryo during exponential growth. Haemantluis katharinae, 

Clivia spp. (Amaryllidaceae) 
c Quantitative and qualitative changes of the pigments in the developing embryo. (Angiospermae) 
d Concentration gradients of low molecular compounds in the developing ovule. Same species as b 
RYFFEL, G.; Ph.D. - Div. of Cell and Developm. Biol., Zool. Inst., Univ. of Bern, Sahhst.8, 3012 

BERN, Switzerland 
a Thyroxine and RNA synthesis in tadpole tissues. Xenopus laevis (Anura) (with R. WEBER and 

G. MOILLIET) 
b Analysis of niRNA in oocytes and differentiated tissues. Same species as a (with R. WEBER and 

G. MOILLIET) 
RYLAND, J. S.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Zool., Univ. ColL of Swansea, Singleton Park, SWANSEA, 

Glamorgan, Wales, U.K. 
a Vitellogencsis and pseudoplacental development. Bugula and other spp. (Bryozoa) 
RZEHAK, K.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Biol, and Embryol., Med. Acad., ul.Kopcrnica 7, 31-034 KRAKOW, 

Poland 
a Movements of pigment and cytoplasm after fertilization. (Anura) 
b Cytokinesis of cleaving eggs. (Amphibia) 
SAAG, P. T. van der; Ph.D. - Hubrecht Lab. (Intern. Embryol. Inst.), Uppsalalaan 8, "De Uithof, 

UTRI-.CHT, Netherlands 
a Regulation of the cell cycle and its significance for development and differentiation: the role of 

changes in membrane properties and structure, ion- and cyclic nucleotide metabolism. Physarum 

polycephalum (Eumycetozoina), Xenopus laevis (Anura), neuroblastoma cells, Mus musculus 

(Rodentia) (with J. G. BLUEMINK, S. W. de LAAT, Th. F. J. de GREEFF (Univ. of Nijmetien), 

and B. A. M. van der ZEIJST (State Univ. of Utrecht)) 
b Ivlectrical membrane properties, membrane structure, ion- and cyclic nucleotide metabolism 

during fertilization. Xenopus laevis (Anura) (with J. G. BLUI-MINK and S. W. de LAAT) 
c Biosynthesis of soluble proteins in early development (isoelectric focusing, autoradiography). 

(Amphibia) (with S. K. BRAHMA, State Univ. of Utrcciit) 
SABBADIN, A.; Dr., Prof. - 1st. di Biol. Anim., Univ. di Padova, Via Lorcdan 10, 35100 PADOVA, 

Italy 

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a Determination of polarity and bilateral asymmetry of the zoids. Botryllus schlosseri (Ascidiacea) 
SABELLI, B.;Dr. Inst, of Zool., Univ. of Bologna, Via S.Giacomo 9,40126 BOLOGNA, Italy 
a Oogenesis in parthenogenetic and amphigonic eggs. Daphnia spec. (Cladocera, Crustacea) 
b Regeneration and origin of germ cells. Mercierella enigmatica (Serpulidac, Polychaeta) 
c Origin of germ cells and sex differentiation. Sphaerium corneum (Lamellibranchia) 
SACARRAO, G.da FONSECA; D.Sc, Prof. - Fac. de Cienc, Museu Bocage, Ruada Escola 

Politecnica, LISBOA, Portugal 
a Development of the epistellar body. Octopus spec, Argonauta spec. (Cephalopoda) 
b Development of the statocyst. (Cephalopoda) 

c Blastokinesis. Tremoctopus violaceus. Octopus vulgaris (Cephalopoda) 
SADOKOVA, Miss I. E. - Inst, of Developm. Biol., Acad, of Sci. of the U.S.S.R., Vavilov St. 26, 

MOSCOW 117334, U.S.S.R. 
SAFANDA, J.; ing.chem. - Inst, of Pathophysiol., Charles Univ., Lidicka 1, 306 05 PLZEN, Czecho- 
slovakia 
a Characteristics of the transport of 4-aminobutyric acid m developmg bram. Rattus spec. 

SAKUN, Mrs. O. F.; Cand.biol.sci. - Biol. Inst., Leningrad State Univ., LENINGRAD 198904, 

U.S.S.R. 
a Role of hormones in oocyte maturation in vitro. (Teleostei) 
b Action of ionizing radiation on oocyte maturation in vitro. (Teleostei) 
SALA, M.; Dr.biol.sci., Prof. - 1st. di Biol. Anim., Univ. di Padova, Via Loredan 10, 35100 PADOVA, 

Italy ' „ 1 , ■ 

a Later differentiation of embryonic mesenchyme cells m culture medium. Botryllus schlosseri 

(Ascidiacea) 
b Migration of neural crest cells studied by means of localized radioactive marks. Triturus cristatus 

(Urodela) 
c Embryonic and adult hemoglobin. (Anura; Urodela) 

d Developmental variations in parabiotic twins. Rana dalmatina, R. esculenta (Anura) 
SALAMATINA Miss N. V. - Dept. of Developm. Biol., Inst, of Exp. Morphol., Acad, of Sci. of the 

Georgian s'SR, Digomi, 380059 TBILISI, U.S.S.R. 
a Role of chemical intercellular interactions in the regulation of the rate ot cell multiplication and 

intracellular synthesis, studied in cell cultures and in vivo. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Rattus 

norvegicus, Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
SALAUN, Miss J.; Dr. Sci. - Inst. d'Embryol. et Teratol. Exper. du C.N.R.S., 49bis Av. de la Belle 

Gabr'ielle, 94130 NOGENT-sur-MARNE, France 
a Formation experimentale d'embryomes homoplastiques et heteroplastiques. Gallus gallus (Aves), 

Rattus rattus (Rodentia) ^ - i - d 

b Influence reciproque des cellules canccreuses et embryonnahes reunies sur un meme hote. Rattus 

rattus, Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
SALMONS, S.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Anat., Med. School, Univ. of Birmingham, Edgbaston, 

BIRMINGHAM B 15 2TJ, England , 

a The part played by impulsive activity in the late stage of differentiation ot fast and slow skeletal 

muscle (electronic stimulators; physiology, biochemistry, and histochemistry). Oryctolagus 

cuniculus (Lagomorpha) .^„, , ,,xt 

SALVADOR, G. F.; Dr.-Ing. - Dept. de Biol. Gen. et Appl., Univ. de Lyon I, 43 Bd. du 11 Novembre 

1918, 69621 VILLEURBANNE, France 
a Control of 6 aminolevulinic acid synthesis during chloroplast morphogenesis. Euglena gracilis 

(Euglenophyceae) ^ ,,. „. ,n AA^nn 

SALVATORELLI, G.; Ph.D. - 1st. di Anat. Comp., Univ. di Ferrara, Via Scienze 17, 441UU 

FERRARA, Italy 
a Factors in foetal erythropoiesis. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b Erythropoiesis and leucopoiesis during metamorphosis. Bufo bufo (Anura) 
c Embryonic and foetal erythropoiesis. Cavia porcellus (Rodentia) 
d Purification and chemical identification of erythropoietic factor in embryonic liver extracts. 

Same species as a , ^ , , ^ v, ^ o ^m • a ^^ i« 

SALZGEBFR Miss B.; Dr. Sci. - Inst. d'Embryol. et Teratol. Exper. du C.N.R.S., 49bis Av. de la 

Belle Gabrielle, 94 1 30 NOGENT-sur-MARNE, France 
a L'action d'agents chimiques sur la differenciation sexuelle. Gallus spec. (Ayes) , , 

b Etude des effets teratogenes (malformations de membres) obtenus 1) par 1 yperite azotee 

(chlorethylamine), 2) par^la thalidomide (phtahmidoglutariinide). Meme espece comme a 
c Recherches sur la genese des malformations de membres. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
SANDER, K.; Ph.D., Prof. - Biol. Inst. I (Zool.) der Univ., Katharinenstr. 20, 78 FREIBURG, B.K.U. 

SANDOR^^r-^Dr.med. - Lab. de Embriol. Norm. §i Patol., Acad, de Stiin1,e Med., Centr. de Cere. 
Med.', Bd.M.Viteazul 24, 1900 TIMI^OARA, Rumania , ,d ^ f ^ 

a Experimental teratology and teratological screening. Rattus norvegicus, Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Development of embryonic axial organs (somitogenesis) Gallus domesticus (Ayes) 
SANG, J. H ; Ph.D., Prof. - Sch. of Biol. Sci., Univ. of Sussex, Falmer, BRIGHTON BNl 9QG, 

SANJUST GIMENEZ, J. - Dept. of Anat., Univ. of Barcelona, C/.Casanova 143, Barcelona 11, Spain 

a Embryonic development of the hmbs. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 

SANTAMARIA, P.; Ph.D. - Sect. Developm. Genet., Inst, of Genet, and Anthropol., Velazquez 144, 

MADRID 6, Spain ^ ^. ,. ,• „. .,1,^1^ 

a Analysis of wing development in scalloping mutants by means of somatic recombination, allele 

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homozygosity at different times of development, and clonal analysis of the mutant wing. 
Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 
b Analysis of embryo development by means of nuclear transplantation. Drosophila melanogaster, 

D. simulans, D. erecta, D. subobscura (Diptera) 

SANTORO D'ANGELO, Mrs. L.; Prof. - 1st. di Biol. Gen., Univ. di Roma, Policlinico Umberto I, 

00100 ROMA, Italy 
a Effects of gravity acceleration during growth of primary root. Vicia faba (Papilionaceae) 
b Effects of 1-asparaginase, strychnin, and veratrum during embryonic development. Rana 

esculenta, Bufo vulgaris (Anura) 
SANYAL, S.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Anat., Erasmus Univ., Postbox 1738, ROTTERDAM 3002, Nether- 
lands 
a Phenogenesis of the retinal degeneration gene (rd) (enzyme histochemistry, electrophoresis, 

isozymes, protein separation, light and electron microscopy). Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
SAUER, H. W.; Dr.rer.nat. - Abt. Entw.biol., Fachber. Biol, der Univ., Postfach 7733, 775 

KONSTANZ, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Regional differences in protein composition in early development (SDS polyacrylamide gel 

electrophoresis). Acheta domesticus (Orthoptera) 
b Activities of isolated RNA polymerases in relation to differential transcription in the develop- 
mental cycle. Physarum polycephalum (Eumycetozoina) 
c Replication-transcription coupling m the mitotic cycle. iJame species as b 
SAUNDERS, D. S.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Zool., Univ. of Edinburgh, West Mains Rd., EDINBURGH 

EH9 3JT, Scotland, U.K. 
a Photoperiodic control of development and diapause. Nasonia vitripennis (Hymenoptera), 

Sarcophaga argyrostoma (Diptera) 
SAUSSEY, M.; Dr.es Sci., Prof. - Lab. d'Embryol., Unite de Sci., Univ. de Caen, 14032 CAEN, 

France 
a Regeneration, sexuality and diapause. Allolobophora icterica, A. spp. (Oligochaeta) 
SAUZIN-MONNOT, Mrs. M. J. - Lab. de Biol. Anim. A, Fac. des Sci., Univ. Paris-Sud, Bat.445, 

91405 ORSAY, France 
a Ultrastructure du blasteme de regeneration: la differenciation des neoblastes. (Planariidae, 

Turbellaria) 
SAXfiN, Miss I. P. N.; D.D.S. - Lab. of Exp. Embryol., III.Dept. of Pathol., Univ. of Helsinki, 

Haartmaninkatu 3, 00290 HELSINKI 29, Finland 
a Drug-induced teratogenesis in vitro. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Tissue-interactions in tooth development. Same species as a 
SAXfiN, L. O.; M.D., Phil.lic, Prof. - Lab. of Exp. Embryol., III. Dept. of PathoL, Univ. of Helsinki, 

Haartmaninkatu 3, 00290 HELSINKI 29, Finland 
a Mechanism of primary induction. Triturus spec. (Urodela) (with S. I. TOIVONEN, Dept. of 

Zool.) 
b Mechanism of kidney tubulogenesis. Mus musculus (Rodentia) (with J. J. WARTIOVAARA, 

E. LEHTONEN, and S. NORDLING) 

SAXOD, R.; D.Sc. - Lab. de Zool. et Biol. Anim., Univ. Sci. et Med. de Grenoble, B.P.53, Centre de 

Tri, 38041 GRENOBLE, France 
a Experiments on the differentiation of the cutaneous sensory corpuscles. Gallus domesticus. Anas 

platyrhynchos (Aves) 
b Development of cutaneous nerve supply and nerve compensation; neurotaxis. Gallus domesticus 

(Aves) 
c In vitro associations of spinal ganglia and dermal mesenchyme for the study of development of 

cutaneous sensory end organs. Gallus gallus. Anas platyrhynchos (Aves) 
SAZHINA, Miss M. V.; Cand.biol.sci. - Phenogenet. Lab., Inst, of Gen. Genet., Acad, of Sci. of the 

U.S.S.R., Profsojuznaya St. 7 (I), MOSCOW 117312, U.S.S.R. 
a Developmental study of mutant gene effects on cell proliferation and differentiation. Mus 

musculus (Rodentia) 
SBRENNA, G.; Dr.Biol. - 1st. di Zool., Univ. di Ferrara, Via Previati 24, 44100 FERRARA, Italy 
SCALI, v.; Dr.Nat.Sci. - 1st. di Zool. c Anat. Comp. deirUniv., Via A. Volta 4, 56100 PISA, Italy 
SCARANO, E. Lab. Intern, di Genet, e Biofis., Via G.Marconi 10, 80125 NAPOLI, Italy 
SCHAFER, U. - Inst, fur Allgem. Biol., Univ. Dusseldorf, Ulenbergstr:' 127-129, 4000 

DUSSELDORF, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Gene physiology, Y chromosome. Drosophila spp. (Diptera) 
b Genetic regulation of differentiation; male germ line cells. Drosophila hydei, D. neohydei 

(Diptera) 
c Magnification of ribosomal RNA genes in the Y chromosome. Drosophila hydei (Diptera) 
SCHARLOO, W.; Ph.D., Prof. - Dept. of Popul. and Evol. Biol., Genet. In'st., Univ. of Utrecht, 

Transitorium 111, Padualaan 8, UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a Effect of environmental factors and selection on the development of mutant characters. 

Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 
b Induction of morphological aberrations by antimetabolites. Same species as a 
SCHFDL, P.; Ph.D. - Abt. Zellbiol., Biozentrum der Univ., Klingelbergstr. 70, 4056 BASEL, 

Switzerland 
a Determination of imaginal discs using Drosophila/Col EI plasmid hybrids. Drosophila 

melanogaster (Diptera) 
SCHEIB (PFLEGER), Mrs. D.; Dr.Sci. Inst. dTimbryol. et Teratol. Exp. du C.N.R.S., 49bis Av. de la 

Belle Gabriclle, 94130 NOGENT-sur-MARNE, France 

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a Proliferative abilities of germinal epithelium isolated from embryonic gonads, cultivated and 
grafted; especially control of the presence and activity of steroidogenic cells. Gallus domesticus, 
Coturnix c. japonica (Aves) 

b In vitro biosynthesis of steroids by embryonic gonads cultivated without precursors (radio- 
immunoassay) Gallus domesticus (Aves) 

SCHELLER, K.; Ph.D. - Physiol.-Chem. Inst.I, Med. Sch., Univ. of Marburg, 355 MARBURG- 
Lahnberae, B.R.D. (Germany) 

a Changes" in the developmental-physiological competence ot tat body nuclei during post- 
embryonic development; influence of ecdysone on DNA, RNA, and chromatm patterns, and on 
the activity of RNA-polymerases. Calliphora erythrocephala (Diptera) 

SCHERFT, J. P.; M.D. - Lab. for Cell Biol, and Histol., State Univ., Rijnsburgerweg 10, LEIDEN, 
Netherlands 

a Development and early stages of calcification of the diaphyseal bone collar of radii in 14-I8-day- 
old embryos (electron microscopy). Mus musculus (Rodentia) 

SCHERRER, K.; Dr., Prof. - Serv. de Biochim. de la Differ., Inst, de Biol. Molec, Univ. de Pans VII, 
Tour 43, 2 place Jussieu, 75221 PARIS Cedex 05, France 

a Transcription of the globin genes in early development. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 

SCHIEBLER, Th. H.; Dr.med., Prof. - Dept. of Anat., Univ. of Wurzburg, Koellikerstr. 6, 87 
WORZBURG, B.R.D. (Germany) 

a Chemo-differentiation of different parts of the brain (e.g. nucleus ruber) by enzyme-histo- 
chemical and experimental methods. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 

b Development of the terminal vascular bed of the heart. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 

c Electron microscopy of the full-term placenta. Homo sapiens (Primates) 

SCHILT, J.; Dr.Sci. - Lab. de Zool., Univ. de Nancy I, C.O.140, 54037 NANCY Cedex, France 

a Role of nervous system in pharynx induction. Dugesia lugubris (Turbellaria) 

b Roles of territory and nervous system in regeneration. Same species as a 

SCHLOOT, W.; Dr.rer.nat., Prof. - Inst, fiir Genet, und Humangenet., Univ. Bremen, Achterstr. NW 1, 
2800 BREMEN 33, B.R.D. (Germany) 

a Developmental genetics of various enzymes; prenatal diagnosis; genetic counselling. Homo sapiens 
(Primates) , • i 

b Influence of psychotropic drugs and metabolism in embryogenesis. Oryctolagus cuniculus 

SCHLOTER, G.; Dr.med. - Anat. Inst, der Univ., Abt. fiir Neuroanat., Nussallee 10, 53 BONN, 

B.R.D. (Germany) f-,r..^,, 

SCHMID, V. S.; Dr.Phil. - Zool.-VergL Anat. Inst., Univ. Zurich, Kunsflergasse 16, 8006 ZURICH, 

Switzerland 
a Differentiation potentiahties of cells. (Hydrozoa) 
b Tissue stability and metaplasia in the development of medusae buds. Podocoryne carnea 

(Hydrozoa) 
c Factors controlling regeneration in medusae. (Hydrozoa) 
SCHMIDT G A ■ Dr biol Prof. - A.N.Severtzov Inst, of Evol. Morphol. and Ecol. of Animals, Acad. 

of Sci. of the USSR, Lenin Ave.33, MOSCOW 117071, U.S.S.R. 
a Embryology. Camelus bactrianus (Artiodactyla) 
b Factors of ontogenesis; evolution. Placentalia (Mammalia) 
SCHMIDT G H.; Dr.rer.nat., Prof. - Inst, fiir Pflanzenkrankh. und Pflanzenschutz, Fachgeb. 

Entomol. und Okol., Techn. Univ., Herrenhiiuser Str. 2, 3 HANNOVER-Herrenhausen, B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
a Postembryonic development, several spp. (Orthoptera), Formica polyctena, F. pratensis 

(Hymenoptera) and others 
b Caste determination. Formica spec, and others (Formicoidea, Hymenoptera) 
SCHNETTER, VV.; Dr.rer.nat. - PhysioL Lehrst., ZooL Inst, der Univ., Im Neuenheimer Feld 230, 69 

HEIDELBERG, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Early embryology. Leptinotarsa deccmlineata (Coleoptera) 
b Morphogenetic function of egg components; transplantation of nuclei and ooplasm. Same species 

as a 
c Synthesis of RNA and protein during early embryogenesis. Same species as a 
SCHOELLER (RACCAUD), Mrs. J.; Dr.Sci., Prof. - Lab. de Physiol, des Insectes, Univ. Pans VI, 7 

quai Saint Bernard, 75230 PARIS Cedex 05, France 
a Experiments sur la cephalogencse larvaire et imaginale. Calliphora spec. (Diptera) 
b Etat de determination des disques imaginaux. Calliphora erythrocephala (Diptera) 
c Embryogenese de mutants lethaux. Drosophila spec. (Diptera) 
SCHOPFER, P.; Dr.rer.nat. - Biol. Inst.II der Univ., Lehrst. fiir Bot., Schanzlestr. 9/11, 78 

FREIBURG/Br., B.R.D. (Germany) . 

a Physiological and molecular study of the control mechanisms involved in photomorphogenesis ot 

seedlings. Sinapis alba (Cruciferae) 
SCHOUTEN, S. C. M.; Drs. - Dept. of PopuL and EvoL Biol., Genet. Inst., Univ. of Utrecht, 

Transitorium III, Padualaan 8, UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a Development of quantitative characters. Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 
SCHOWING, J.; Dr.cs Sci., Prof. - Dept. d'Embryol. et Teratol. Exp., Inst, de Biol.Anim., Fac. des 

Sci., Univ. de Fribourg, 1700 FRIBOURG, Switzerland 
a Morphogenese du crane et induction cephalique. Gallus gallus (Aves) 
b Action des alcaloides de hhacees sur la morphogenese de la tete. Gallus gallus (Aves), Mus 

musculus (Rodentia) 
c Lesions par substances toxiques. Especes comme b . ^.,,„,r^ , 

SCHULTHEISS, H.; Dr. - Zool. Inst.II, Univ. (T.H.) Kaiserstr.l2, Postfach 6380, 75 KARLSRUHE 1, 
B.R.D. (Germany) q, 



a Regulation of nitrogen metabolism by hormones during metamorphosis. Ambystoma spec. 

(Urodela), Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
b Regulation of the skin diffusional permeability to water by hormones during metamorphosis. 

Same species as a 
SCHUMACHER, G. H.; Dr.sc.med., Dr.med.dent., Prof. - Anat. Inst., Med. Bereich, Univ. Rostock, 

Gertrudenstr. 9, 25 ROSTOCK 1, D.D.R. (Germany) 
SCHWAGER, J.; cand.phil.nat. - Div. of Cell and Devi. Biol., Zool. Inst.,. Univ. of Bern, Sahlistr.8, 

3012 BERN, Switzerland 
a Hemoglobin transition. Xenopus laevis (Anura) (with R. WEBER) 
SCHWARTZ, v.; Dr.rer.nat., Prof. - Zool. Inst, der Univ., Holderlinstr. 12, 74 TUBINGEN, B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
a Unipolar development of micronuclear spindle. Paramecium bursaria (Ciliata) 
SCHWEICHEL, J.-U.; Dr. - II. Anat. Inst, der Freien Univ. Berlin, Kon.-Luise-Str. 15, 1 BERLIN 33, 

B.R.D. (Germany) 
SCHWEIGER, H. G.; Dr.med., Prof. - Max-Planck-Inst. fiir Zellbiol., Anton-Dohrn-Weg, Postfach 

1009, 294 WILHELMSHAVEN, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Biochemical aspects of nucleo-cytoplasmic interrelationships. Acetabularia spec. (Chlorophyceae) 
b Autonomy of chloroplasts. (Algae) 
c RNA synthesis in nucleate and anucleate cells. (Algae) 

d Cooperation between different subcellular components in morphogenesis. (Algae) 
SCHWOCHAU, M. E.; Dr.rer.nat., Prof. - Inst, fur Allgem. Biol., Univ. Diisseldorf, Ulenbergstr. 

127-129, 4000 DUSSELDORF, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Molecular biology and genetics of the Y-chromosome. Drosophila spp. (Diptera) 
SCONZO, Mrs. G. - 1st. di Anat. Comp., Univ. di Palermo, Via Archirafi 20, 90123 PALERMO, Italy 
a RNA synthesis in early development. Paracentrotus lividus (Echinoidea) 
b Giant RNA in the cytoplasm of embryos. Same species as a 
SCOPELLITI, R.; Dr.Biol.Sci. - 1st. di Zool. "F.Raffaele", Univ. di Roma, Viale dell'Universita 32, 

00161 ROMA, Italy 
a Influence of steroids on osteogenesis in vivo and in vitro. Gallus gallus (Aves) 
b Physico-chemistry of embryonic ribosomes. Rana esculenta, Bufo bufo (Anura), Gallus uailus 

(Aves) (with H. MANELLI, U. FERRINI and O. SENATORI) 
SCRIBA, M. E. L.; Ph.D. Prof. - Inst, fiir Zool., Rhein.-Westf.-Techn. Hochscluile. Kopernikusstr. 16, 

51 AACHEN, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Developmental abnormalities caused by lethal factors. Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 
SEARLE, R. F.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Pathol., Univ. of Bristol, University Walk, BRISTOL BS8 ITD, 

England 
a Immunology of reproduction. Mus musculus (Rodentia), Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Biology of the trophoblast. Same species as a 
c Early embryonic development. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
SEDDON, B.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Devi. Biol., Marischal Coll., Aberdeen Univ., ABERDEEN AB9 IAS, 

Scotland, U.K. 
a Metabolic changes associated with early events (e.g. antibiotic production) in sporulation. Bacillus 

brevis (Bacteria) 
SEDLACEK, J.; M.D., Ph.D. - Res. Lab. of Psychiat., Div. of Embryophysiol. CNS, Charles Univ., 

Albertov 5, 12800 PRAHA 2, Czechoslovakia 
a Development of spontaneous and evoked phasic activity of the central nervous system in the 

prenatal period. (Aves; Mammalia) 
b Neuropharmacology of embryonic spontaneous motility. (Aves) 
SEHNAL, F.; RNDr., CSc. ~ Dept. of Physiol., Inst, of Entomol., Czech. Acad, of Sci.. Na Folimance 

5, 12000 PRAHA 2, Czechoslovakia 
SEICHERT, v.; MUDr. - Dept. of Anat., Charles Univ., U nemocnice 3, 12800 PRAHA 2, Czechoslo- 
vakia 
a Experimental analysis of limb formation. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
SEIDEL, F.; Dr.phil., Prof.(Emer.) - Zool. Inst, der Univ., Kctzerbach 63, 355 MARBURG/Lahn, 

W.Germany 
SEIDL, W. E.; Dr.med. - Embryol. Abt., Anat. Inst, der Univ., Kreuzbergring 36, 34 GOTTINGEN, 

B.R.D. (Germany) 
SEITZ, K.-A.; Dr.rer.nat. - Zool. Inst, der Univ., Kctzerbach 63, 355 MARBURG/Lahn, W.Germany 
SEKERIS, C. E.; Ph.D., Prof. - Inst, of Cell Res., German Cane. Res. Ctr., Im Neuenheimer Feld 280, 

Postfach 101949, 69 HEIDELBERG 1, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Transcription of chromatin from epidermis by insect DNA-dependent RNA polymerases. 

Calliphora erytliroccphala (Diptera) 
b Translation of mRNA in an homologous in vitro system from same species as above. 
SELLENS, M. H.; B.Sc. - Dept. of Pathol., Univ. of Bristol, University Walk, BRISTOL BS8 ITD, 

England 
a Immunology of reproduction. Mus musculus (Rodentia), Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Biology of the trophoblast. Same species as a 
c liarly embryonic development. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
SELLER, Miss M. J.; Ph.D. • Pacdiat. Research Unit, Guy's Hosp. Med. School, LONDON SEl 9RT, 

England 
a Haematology of congenital anaemia in the W-series mutants. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b I'xperimental teratology. (Mammalia) 

c i-.xperimental production of chimacras by tissue transplantation. Same species as a 
d Transplantation of liver to ectopic sites in newborns and adults. Mus musculus, Rattus spp. 

(Rodentia) 

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e Alpha-fetoproteins. Homo sapiens (Primates) 

SELMAN, G. G.; Ph.D. - Inst, of Anim. Genet., Univ. of Edinburgh, West Mains Rd., EDINBURGH 

EH9 3JN, Scothuid, U.K. 
a Ultrastructural and experimental study of cleavage. Triturus alpestris (Urodela), Xenopus laevis 

(Anura) 
b Role of microfilaments in morphogenesis of embryos. Same species as a (with M. M. PERRY) 
c Effect of cytochalasin B on embryonic cells and tissues. Same species as a 
SEMBRAT, K.; Ph.D., D.Sc, Prof.(Emer.) - Inst, of Zool., Univ. of Wroclaw, ul. Sienkiewicza 21, 

50-335 WROCLAW, Poland 
a Cytology and cytochemistry of partial metamorphosis. Triturus spec. (Urodela) 
b Cytology and cytochemistry of gametogenesis. Embletonia paUida (Opisthobranchia, 

Gastropoda) 
SENATORI, Miss O.; Dr.biol.sci. - 1st. di Zool. "F.Raffaele", Univ. di Roma, Viale dell'Universita 32, 

00161 ROMA, Italy 
a Physico-chemistry of embryonic ribosomes. Rana esculenta, Bufo bufo (Anura), Gallus gallus 

(Aves) (with H. MANELLI, U. FERRINI and R. SCOPELLITI) 
SENGEL, Ph.; D.Sc, Prof. - Lab. de Zool. et Biol. Anim., Univ. Sci. et Med. de Grenoble, B.P.53, 

Centre de Tri, 38041 GRENOBLE, France 
a Mechanisms of feather pattern development. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b Ultrastructure of skin development and feather keratins. Same species as a 
c Role of axial organs in limb and skin development. Gallus domesticus, Coturnix c. japonica. Anas 

platyrhynchos (Aves) 
d Programmed cell death and phagocytosis in foot morphogenesis. Same species as a 
SENTEIN, P.; Dr.en Med., Dr.es Sci., Prof. - Lab. d'Histol. et d'Embryol., Univ. de Montpellier, 2 rue 

Ecole de Medecine, 34000 MONTPELLIER, France 
SERMAN, D.; D.Sc. - Inst, of Biol., Fac. of Med., Univ. of Zagreb, Salata 3, P.O Box 166, 41001 

ZAGREB, Yugoslavia 
a Analysis of soluble proteins in organogenesis. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) (with N. SKREB) 
b Protein patterns in embryo-derived teratocarcinomas and in host serum (polyacrylamide electro- 
phoresis). Mus musculus (Rodentia) (with D. SOFTER) 
SFROFF, O.; Cand.Biol.Sci. - Inst, of Cvtol. and Genet., Acad, of Sci. of the USSR, NOVOSIBIRSK 

630090, U.S.S.R. 
SERRANTINO (DI DINO), Mrs. G.; Dr.rer.nat. - 1st. di Anat. Umana Norm., Univ. di Catania, Via 

Biblioteca 4, 95124 CATANIA, Italy 
a Development of the ciliary ganglion in normal and anencephahc embryos. Homo sapiens 

(Primates) 
SERRI, F.; M.D., Prof. - Dept. of Dermatol., Univ. of Pavia, Policlinico S.Matteo, 27100 PAVIA, 

Italy 
§EVALJFVI(^ (MIRKOVIC^), Mrs. Lj.; Ph.D. - Lab. of Developm. Biochem., Inst, for Biol. Res., 29 

Novembra 142, 1 1050 BEOGRAD, Yugoslavia 
a Chromatin proteins: changes during embryonic development and biogenesis (immunochemistry). 

(Ecliinoidea) 
b Buoyant density centrifugation of unshearcd chromatin and stage-specific behaviour of slower 

and faster sedimentine fractions; fractionation of chromatin on hydroxyapatite column, and 

physico-chemical and Afunctional characterization of two major nonhistone protein fractions; 

stage: blastula and gastrula. Paracentrotus lividus (Echinoidea) 
§EVfENKO, Mrs. G.; MUDr. - Inst, of Embryol., Charles Univ., Albertov 4, 128 00 PRAHA 2, 

Czechoslovakia 
a Development of taste buds (electron microscopy, cytochemistry). Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Development and cytodifferentiation of the oesophagial epithehum (light and electron 

microscopy). Rattus rattus (Rodentia) x, , , ^ r. tn 

SEYDEWITZ, H. H.; Dr. - Inst, fiir Genet., Univ. des Saarlandes, 66 SAARBRUCKEN 11, B.R.D. 

(Germany) u • i 

a Relations between electrolyte milieu and gene activities in giant chromosomes; electrophysiology, 

especially ion sensitive electrodes. Chironomus thummi (Diptera) 
SHERBET, G. V.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Biochem. Pathol., Univ. Coll. Hosp. Med. School, University St., 

LONDON WC1E6J J, England ^ ^ • , ., c 

a Morphogenetic effects of folhcle-stimulating hormone. Gallus domesticus (Aves) (with M. b. 

LAKSHMI) , „ • , -.u 

b Biochemical and biophysical characterization of the cell surface using natural pH gradients, (with 

M. S. LAKSHMI) ^v.x^^x, ^. , -.i ,, 

SHORO, A. A.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Anat., St. Thomas's Hosp. Med. School, LONDON SEl 7EH, 

England _ . , , ui i ■ 

a Production of Hmb deformities and growth retardation in the fetus with neuromuscular blocking 

agents. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
SICHARULIDZE Mrs. T. A.; Cand.biol.sci. - Dept. of Anim. Embryol., Inst, of Zool., Acad, ot Sci. 

of the Georgian SSR, 31 Chavchavadze Ave., TBILISI 380030, U.S.S.R. 
a Eye lens regeneration in the embryo. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
SIDOROVA, Mrs. V. F.; Dr.biol.sci. - Inst, of Human Morphol., Acad, of Med. Sci. of the USSR, 

TsurupaSt.3, MOSCOW 117469, U.S.S.R. . 

a Growth and regeneration of the inner organs and their regulation. Oryctolagus cunicuUis 

(Lasomorpha), Rattus norveeicus, Mus musculus, Mesocricetus auratus (Rodentia) 
SIEBERS, A. M.; Drs. - Bot. LabT, State Univ., Nonnensteeg 3, LEIDEN, Netherlands 
a Origin of cambium precursors; nature and mechanism of action of cambium inducing substances. 

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Ricinus communis (Euphorbiaceae), Helianthus annuus (Compositac), Pharbitis nil (Convol- 

vulaceae) 
SIETSMA, J. H.; Dr. - Lab. of Bot., State Univ., Kerklaan 30, P.O. Box 14, HAREN (Gr.), 

Netherlands 
a Composition of the cell wall (chemical analysis, enzymatic degradation) in relation to develop- 
ment. Schizophyllum commune (Basidiomycetes, Fungi) 
b Effect of sterols on sexual propagation and morphogenesis. Pythium spec. (Oomycetes, Fungi) 
SIEWING, R.; o.Prof. - I. Zool. Inst, der Univ. Erlangen-Niirnberg, Univcrsitatsstr. 19, 852 

ERLANGEN, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Development of body segmentation. (Brachiopoda, Phoronidea) 
b Metamorphosis. Actinotrocha spec. (Phoronidea) 
SIGNORET, J.; Dr.es Sci., Prof. - Lab. d'Embryol., Unite de Sci., Univ. de Caen, 14032 CAEN, 

France 
a La cinetique cellulaire au cours de la segmentation; modahtes, determinisme, signification. 

Ambystoma mexicanum (Urodela) 
b Study of nuclear differentiation and specific activities by means of nuclear transplantation. Same 

species as a 
SIMKISS, K.; Ph.D., Prof. - Dept. of Zool., Univ. of Reading, READING RG6 2AJ, England 
a Calcium pumps in the chorioallantoic membrane and their role in transporting ions from eggshell 

to embryo. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b Electrolyte movements from chorion and from allantoic fluid to blood. Same species as a 
SIMPSON, Mrs. P.; B.Sc.(Hons.) - Centre de Genet. Molec, C.N.R.S., 91190 GIF-sur-YVETTE, 

France 
a Temperature-sensitive mutations blocking clone development in imaginal discs, including t.s. cell 

lethals and mutations affecting the rate of cell division. Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 
SIN, Y. T.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Genet., Univ. of Nijmegen, Toernooiveld, NIJMEGEN, Netherlands 
a Induction of puffing by injection of mitochondrial extracts into salivary gland cells. Drosophila 

hydei (Diptera) 
SINITSINA, Miss V. F. - Lab. of Developm. Cytogenet., Inst, of Developm. Biol., Acad, of Sci. of the 

USSR, Vavilov St. 26, MOSCOW 11 7334, U.S.S.R. 
SISTO DANEO, Miss L. - Dept. of Human Anat., Univ. of Torino, Corso M.d'Azeglio 52, 10126 

TORINO, Italy 
a Ultrastructure of fast and slow muscles in the embryo. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
SKATKOV, M. E.; Cand.med.sci. - Lab. of Cytol., Inst, of Med. Genet., Acad, of Med. Sci. of the 

USSR, Kashirskoe Shosse 6/A, MOSCOW 115478, U.S.S.R. 
SKOBLINA, M. N. - Inst, of Developm. Biol., Acad, of Sci. of the USSR, Vavilov St. 26, MOSCOW 

117334, U.S.S.R. 
a Effect of gonadotropins and changes in the germinal vesicle and in the oocyte cytoplasm during 

maturation. (Acipenseridae, Chondrostei; Amphibia) (with T. A. DETTLAFF and T. B. 

AISENSTADT) 
b Role of karyoplasm in the formation of the mature egg properties. Acipenser stellatus 

(Chondrostei), Misgurnus fossihs (Teleostei), Rana temporaria, Bufo spec. (Anura) 
c Mechanism of action of gonadotropic hormones. Same species as b 
SKREB, N.; M.D., D. Sc, Prof. Inst, of Biol., Fac. of Med., Univ. of Zagreb. Salata 3, P.O. Box 166, 

41001 ZAGREB, Yugoslavia 
a Early differentiation; transplantation, in vitro culture, autoradiography. Rattus norvegicus 

(Rodentia) (with B. LEVAK, Lj. HOFMAN and A. SVAJGER (Inst, of Histol. and Embryol.)) 
b Analysis of soluble proteins in organogenesis. Same species as a (with D. SERMAN) 
c Differentiation of early postimplantation stages under the kidney capsule, teratocarcinogenesis, 

nature of embryonal carcinoma cells; transplantation, electron microscopy. Mus musculus 

(Rodentia) (with D. SOLTER and I. DAMJANOV (Inst, of Pathol.)) 
SLABV, O.; D.Sc, Prof. - Inst, of Histol. and Embryol., Charles Univ., Karlovarska 48, PLZEfvJ, 

Czechoslovakia 
a Development of the nasal capsule from an evolutionary standpoint. (Amniota, incl. Homo 

sapiens) 
SLACK Mrs. C; D.Sc, Ph.D. - Inst, of Genet., Univ., GLASGOW W.2, Scotland, U.K. 
SLADECEK, F.; RNDr., DSc, Prof. Dept. of Exp. Zool., Charles Univ., Vinicna 7, 12844 PRAHA 

2, Czechoslovakia 
a Transplantation of nuclei in relation to nucleic acids. (Amphibia) (with J. NEDVfDEK) 
b Number of cell generations in relation to cell determination. (Amphibia) 
SLAM A, K.; RNDr., CSc. - Dept. of Physiol., Inst, of Entomol., Czech. Acad, of Sci., Na Folimance 

5, 12000 PRAHA 2, Czechoslovakia 
SLIPKA, J.- Dr.Med., Dr.rer.nat., CSc. - Inst, of Histol. and Embryol., Charles Univ., Karlovarska 48, 

PLZEN, Czechoslovakia 
a The development and teratology of the branchial region. (Amniota, incl. Homo sapiens) 
SMART, 1. H. M.; M.B., Ch.B. Dept. of Anat., Univ. of Dundee, DUNDEE DDl 4HN, Scotland, 

U.K. 
SMIRNOVA, Mrs. E. I.; Cand.biol.sci. - Chair of Embryol., Biol. Fac, State Univ. of Moscow, Lenin 

Hills, MOSCOW 117234, U.S.S.R. 
SMITH, E. J. C ; Pii.D. Inst. d'Embryol. et Tcratol. Exper. du C.N.R.S., 49bis Av. de la Belle 

Gabrielle, 94130 NOGENT-sur-MARNE, France 
a Growth factors necessary for the M«rvival and growth of malignant tumours in organ culture. 

Gallus gallus (Aves) (with Et. WOLFF ar.d Ijn. WOLFF) 
b DNA polymcra.se activities in different subcellular fractions of the developing brain. Same species 

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as a (with L. I. SORIANO and Y. CROISILLE) 
c Reverse transcription in embryonic brain. Callus domesticus (Aves) (with Y. CROISILLE and 

L. I. SORIANO) 
d Immunological detection of new embryological components of skin keratins. Same species as c 

(withJ.DESVEAUX) 
SMITH,, Miss C; Ph.D. - Dept. of Pathol., Univ. of Bristol, University Walk,.BRISTOL BS8 ITD, 

England 
a Immunology of reproduction. Mus musculus (Rodcntia), Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Biology of the trophoblast. Same species as a 
c Early embryonic development. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
SMITH, J. L.; B.Sc. - Dept. of Zool., Univ. of Liverpool, Brownlow St., P.O. Box 147, LIVERPOOL 

L69 3BX, England 
a Factors affecting aggregation of early embryonic cells. Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
SMYTH, J. D.; Sc.D., Prof. - Dept. of Zool. &' Appl. Entomol., Imp. Coll. of Sci. & Technol., Prince 

Consort Rd., LONDON SW7 2BB, England 
a In vitro differentiation. Echinococcus granulosus and other spp. (Cestoda) 
SNOW, M. H. L.; Ph.D. - MRC Mammalian Devi. Unit, Univ. Coll. London, Wolfson House, 4 

Stephenson Way, LONDON mVl 2HE, England 
a Differentiation in preimplantation stages (1 to 150 cells) in vivo and in vitro. Mus musculus 

(Rodcntia) 
b Effects of heteroploidy, especially on embryonic development. Same species as a 
c Differentiation of post-implantation stages, up to 8d gestation. Same species as a 
d Chromosome behaviour in embryos up to 8d gestation. Same species as a 
SOBIS, Mrs. H.; M.D. - Rega Inst., Cath. Univ., Minderbroederstr.lO, 3000 LEUVEN, Belgium 
a Teratomas induced by displacement of visceral yolk sac. Rattus spec, Mus musculus, 

Mesocricetus auratus (Rodentia) 
b Yolk sac carcinoma and virus induced embryological carcinomas. Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
SOBOTKA, P.; M.D., CSc. - Inst, of Pathophysiol., Charles Univ., Lidicka 1, 306 05 PLZEfvI, 

Czechoslovakia 
a Influence of amino acids, newly synthesized drugs, and other substances on electrogenesis of the 

central nervous system during early postnatal development. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
SOEKARJO, R.;Dr. - Limnol. Inst., Rijksstraatweg 6, NIEUWERSLUIS, Netherlands 
a Influence of ecological factors on, and hormonal regulation of growth (morphological para- 
meters). Ceratophyllum demersum (Ceratophyllaceae) 
SOKOLOVA, Mrs. Z. A. Chair of Embryol., Biol. Fac, State Univ. of Moscow, Lenin Hills, 

MOSCOW 117234, U.S.S.R. 
SOLOGUB, Mrs. A. A.; Cand.biol.sci. - Inst, of Devi. Biol., USSR Acad, of Sci., Vavilov St.26, 

MOSCOW 117334, U.S.S.R. 
a Stimulation of metaplasia of the pure pigmented epithelium of adults into retina by means of 

agents from newly differentiated retina. Mus musculus (Rodentia) (with G. V. LOPASHOV) 
SOLOMON, J. B.; Ph.D., D.Sc. Immunol. Unit., Dept. of Bacteriol., Univ. of Aberdeen, Foresterhill, 

ABERDEEN AB9 2ZD, Scotland, U.K. 
a Onset of immunocompetence by phytohaemagglutinin-induced transformation of foetal 

lymphoid cells and haemolytic plaque-forming cells in vitro. Rattus norvegicus, Cavia porcellus 

(Rodentia) 
SOLTER, D.; M.D., D.Sc. - Inst, of Biol., Fac. of Med., Univ. of Zagreb, Salata 3, P.O. Box 166, 

41001 ZAGREB, Yugoslavia 
a Preimplantation and early post-implantation stages; autoradiography, histochemistry, electron 

microscopy. Rattus norvegicus, Mus musculus (Rodentia) (with I. DAMJANOV, Inst, of Pathol.) 
b Differentiation of early post-implantation stages under the kidney capsule, teratocarcinogenesis, 

nature of embryonal carcinoma cells; transplantation, electron microscopy. Mus musculus 

(Rodentia) (with I. DAMJANOV and N. SKREB) 
c Protein patterns in embryo-derived teratocarcinomas and in host serum (polyacrylamide electro- 
phoresis). Same species as b (with D. SERMAN) 
d Urethan tcratogenesis in early embryos (histochemistry, electron microscopy). Same species as b 

(with I. DAMJANOV, Inst, of Pathol.) 
SOLTYIsJSKA (MARCINKOWSKA), Mrs. M.; Dr. - Dept. of Cytol., Zool. Inst., Warsaw Univ., 

Krakowskie Przedmiescie 26/28, WARSAWA 64, Poland 
SORIANO, L. I.; M.D. - Inst. d'Embryol. et Teratol. Exper. du C.N.R.S., 49bis Av. de la Belle 

Gabrielle, 94130 NOGENT-sur-MARNE, France 
a DNA polymerase activities in embryonic tissues. Gallus domesticus (Aves) (with Y. CROISILLE 

and E. J. C. SMITH) 
b Reverse transcription in embryonic brain. Gallus domesticus (Aves) (with Y. CROISILLE and 

E. J. C. SMITH) 
SPENCER, A. N.; Ph.D. - Inst, of Biol., Odense Univ., Niels Bohrs AUe, ODENSE 5000, Denmark 
a Membrane potential of ectodermal epithelial cells during embryonic development; function of 

conducted electrical events (microelectrodes, piezoelectric cannon). Macropodus opercularis, 

Salmo trutta (Teleostei) 
SPINELLI, Miss M. M. G.; Dent. - Lab. de Zool, Dept. de Biol., Univ. Sci. et Med. de Grenoble, 

B.P.53, 38041 GRENOBLE, France 
a Ultrastructure and differentiation of dental buds. Rana temporaria, Bufo bufo (Anura) 
b In vitro culture of dental buds. Rana spec, Bufo spec. (Anura), Pleurodeles spec. (Urodela) 
SPORNITZ, U. M. - Anat. Inst, der Univ., Pestalozzistr.20, 4056 BASEL, Switzerland 
a Oogenesis and early degeneration of eggs. (Amphibia) 

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b Development of liver and hepatic lymphoid tissue. Xenopus laevis (Anura) 

SPREY, Th. E.; Dr. - Zool. Lab., Unit of Cell Biol, and Morphogen., Univ. of Leiden, Kaiserst. 63, 

LEIDEN, Netherlands 
a Differentiation and development of imaginal discs: L histochemistry; 2. cell death; 3. pattern 

formation. CaUiphora erythrocephala, Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 
SREBRO, Z.; M.D., Ph.D. - Dept. of Biol, and Embryol., Acad, of Med., ul. Kopernika 7, KRAK6W, 

Poland 
STAGNI, Miss A.; Dr., Prof. - Inst, of Zool., Univ. of Bologna, Via S.Giacomo 9, 40126 BOLOGNA, 

Italy 
a Sex determination and sex differentiation. Chlorohydra viridissima (Hydroidea) 
b Cytochemistry and electron microscopy of oogenesis and spermatogenesis. Same species as a 
c Inhibition by antibiotics of steroid hormone-induced sex-reversal in tadpoles. Rana dalmatina 

(Anura) 
d Electron microscopy of the relationship between neurosecretion and schizogenesis. Aeolosoma 

spec. (Oligochaeta) 
STAHL, A.; Dr.es Sci., Prof. - Lab. d'Histol. et Embryol.II, Univ. d'Aix-Marseille, 27 Bd.Jean Mouhn, 

13385 MARSEILLE CEDEX 4, France 
STANCE, Miss L.; Dr.rer.nat., Prof. - Arbgr. Pflanzenphysiol., Univ. Kassel, Heinrich-PIett-Str.40 35 

KASSEL, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Regeneration; activation of nucleic acid and protein metabolism during cell dedifferentiation. 

Riella helicophylla (Hepaticae), prothallia (Fihcinae) 
b Effects of growth regulators on meristems. Same species a 
STANIER, Miss M. W.; D.Phil. - A.R.C. Inst, of Anim. Physiol., Brabaham, CAMBRIDGE CB2 4AT, 

England 
a Permeabihty of foetal bladder in vitro (Ussing-chamber). Ovis aries, Sus scrofa (Artiodactyla) 
b Water transport in nephron of newborns (micropuncture). Same species as a 
STANISSTREET, M.; Ph.D. Dept. of Zool., Univ. of Liverpool, Brownlow St., P.O. Box 147, 

LIVERPOOL L69 3BX, England 
a Biochemistry and morphology of abnormal and normal early development (lithium, electro- 
phoresis, cell aggregation, protein synthesis). Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
b Factors affecting regeneration (inhibitors, protein synthesis). Hydra spec. (Hydrozoa) 
STARK, E. - Pathophysiol. Dept., Inst, of Exp. Med. of the Hung. Acad, of Sci., Szigony u. 43, 

BUDAPEST VIII, Hungary 
a ACTH production by the fetal hypophysis. Felis domestica (Carnivora), Homo sapiens (Primates) 
STARRE, H. van der; Drs.biol. - Dept. of Med. Anat. and Embryol., State Univ. of Utrecht, 

Janskerkhof 3A, UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a Eye lens induction in vitro. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b Histochemistry and immunology of eye lens inductors. Same species as a 
c Biosynthesis of soluble lens crystallin antigens before and after hatching (isoelectric focusing, 

autoradiography). Same species as a (with S. K. BRAHMA) 
d Synthesis of soluble proteins in the whole embryo and in the cultured eye cup (disc electro- 
phoresis, isoelectric focusing, autoradiography). Same species as a (with P. Th. .TANSSEN) 
STARRE (VAN DER MOLEN), Mrs. L. G. van der; Dr. - Zool. Lab., Unit of Cell Biol, and 

Morphogen., Univ. of Leiden, Kaiserstr. 63, LEIDEN, Netherlands 
STASTNY, F.; M.D. - Inst, of Physiol., Charles Univ., Albertov 5, 128 00 PRAHA 2, Czechoslovakia 
a Morphological, biochemical, and functional maturation of the embryonic choroid plexus. Gallus 

domesticus (Aves) 
b Studies on neurons and ghal cells isolated from the embryonic cerebral hemispheres. Same species 

as a 
STEDING, G.; Dr.med., Prof. - Embryol. Abt., Anat. Inst, der Univ., Kreuzbergring 36 34 

GOTTINGEN, B.R.D. (Germany) 
STEEL, C. G. H.; Ph.D. - Imp. Coll. Field Stat., Silwood Park, ASCOT, Berks. SL5 7PY, England 
a Photoperiod, nervous and hormonal factors regulating polymorphism. Megoura viciae 

(Homoptera) 
b Neuroendocrine control of moulting and development. Rhodnius prolixus (Heteroptera) 
STEELE, C. E.; B.Sc.(Hons.) - Dept. of Anat., Univ. of Cambridge, Downing St., CAMBRIDGE 

CB2 3DY, England 
a Factors affecting embryonic heart development in vitro. Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
b Mechanism of teratogenic action of excess vitamin A. Same species as a 
c Time-lapse microcinematography of embryos in culture. Same species as a 
STEENBERGEN, C. L. M.; Dr. Limnol. Inst., Rijksstraatweg 6, NIEUWERSLUIS, Netherlands 
a Mitosis, cytokinesis, and colony formation in synchronous cultures. Scenedesmus obliquus, S. 

quadricauda (Chlorophyceae) 
STEFANIXLI, A.; Dr., Prof.ord. 1st. di Anat. Comp., Univ. di Roma, Via A.Borelli 50, 00161 

ROMA, Italy 
a Morphology of new synapses in vitro. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 

b Retinal and neural structures in vitro. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
STEGNER, H.-E.; Dr.med., Prof. Univ.-Frauenklinik, Martinist. 52, 2 HAMBURG 20, B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
a Uitrastriicture of ovarian interstitial cells, fetal ovaries, and oocytes; oocytes culture in vitro. 

Cavia porccllus, Mus musculus (Rodentia), Oryctolagus cunicuhis (Lagomorpha), Homo sapiens 

(Primates) 
STEINI'R, E.; Dipl.nat. - Zool.-Vergl. Anat Inst., Univ. Ztirich, Kiinstlergasse 16, 8006 ZURICH, 

Switzerland 

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a Cell lineage in imaginal discs. Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 

b Transdetermination. Drosophila spp. (Diptera) 

STEINERT, Mrs. G.; Lic.Chem. - Dept. of Molec. Biol., Free Univ. of Brussels, 67 rue desChevaux, 

1640 RH0DE-ST-GEN£SE, Belgium 
a Egg maturation (electron microscopy, cytochemistry). Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
STEINMETZ, H. - Inst, fiir Genet., Univ. des Saarlandes, 66 SAARBROCKEN 11, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Regulation of isoenzyme loci and lethal factors. Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 
STfiPHAN, P.; Dr.Sci., Prof. - Lab. de Zool., Univ. de Nancy I, C.O.140, 54037 NANCY Cedex, 

Ffance 
a Morphogenesis of the embryonic axis. Gallus gallus (Aves) 
b Postembryonic development of the integument. Calliphora spec. (Diptera) 
c Role of nervous system in pharynx induction. (Turbellaria) 
STfiPHAN (DUBOIS), Mrs. P.; Dr.Sci. ~ Lab. de Zool., Univ. de Nancy I, C.O.140, 54037 NANCY 

Cedex, Prance 
a Migration and differentiation of regeneration cells. (Tricladida, Turbellaria; Microdrila, 

Oligochaeta) 
St£RBA, O. - Dept. of Morphol., Inst, of Vertebr. Zool., Czechosl. Acad, of Sci., Kvetna 8, 60365 

BRNO, Czechoslovakia 
a Prenatal development of skeleton and musculature. Muridae, Microtidae (Rodentia), Erinaceus 

spec, Sorex spec. (Insectivora) 
STEVEN, D. H.; M.A.,Vet.M.B. - Anat. School, Sub-Dept. of Vet. Anat., Univ. of Cambridge, Tennis 

Court Rd., CAMBRIDGE CB2 IQS, England 
a Organization of placental blood vessels in relation to physiological exchange. Ovis aries 

(Artiodactyla), Equus caballus (Perissodactyla) 
b Electron microscopy of placenta in relation to physiological exchange. Ovis aries. Bos taurus 

(Artiodactyla), Equus caballus (Perissodactyla) 
STIRLING, Miss R. V.; Ph.D. - Natl. Inst, for Med. Res., Mill Hill, LONDON NW7 lAA, England 
STOLE, R.: Dr.en Med., Dr.es Sci., Prof. - Lab. de Biol, et d'Histol., Univ. de Bordeaux II, Place de la 

Victoire, 33 BORDEAUX, France 
STRAATEN, H. W. M. van; Drs. - Vet. Anat. and Embryol. Inst., Univ. of Utrecht, Bekkerstr. 141, 

UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a Development of cryptorchidism (histology, histochemistry, biochemistry). Sus scrofa domesticus 

(Artiodactyla) 
STRAUSS, P.; M.D., Prof. ^ 33 Eichenrain, 3122 KEHRSATZ, Switzerland 
a Comparative implantation and placentation. (Prototheria; Eutheria, Mammalia) 
b Comparative anatomy of the female reproductive system. Same species as a 
STREET, H. E.; D.Sc, Prof. - Bot. Labs., Univ. of Leicester, Adrian Bldg., LEICESTER LEI 7RH, 

England 
a Embryogenesis and organogenesis in tissue and cell cultures (biochemistry, histochemistry, 

electron microscopy). Daucus carota (Umbelliferae), Atropa belladonna, Nicotiana spp. 

(Solanaceae) 
b Cytodifferentiation and its hormonal control in vitro; induction of synthesis of secondary 

metabolites using mutant cell lines derived from haploid cells. Nicotiana spp., Atropa belladonna 

(Solanaceae), Acer pseudoplatanus (Aceraceae) 
c Chloroplast differentiation and development of autotrophic growth in vitro. Nicotiana spp., 

Atropa belladonna and other spp. (Angiospermae) 
STROEVA, Miss O. G.; Dr.biol.sci. - Res. Grp. of Mech. of D iff., Inst, of Devi. Biol., Acad, of Sci. of 

the USSR, Vavilov St.26, MOSCOW 117334, U.S.S.R. 
a Development and teratology of the iris and ciliary body in organ culture. Rattus norvegicus 

(Rodentia) (with L. V. AKHABADZE) 
b Differentiation and growth of the pigment epithelium of the retina, especially DNA synthesis, 

cell division, and mechanisms of cell polyploidization. Same species as a (with T. L. MARSHAK) 
c Development of regional differences in neural retina and pigment epithelium (synthesis of RNA, 

electron microscopy). Acipenser stellatus, A. giildenstadti (Chondrostei) (with V. I. MITASHOV 

and E. A. BABURINA) 
d Dependence of DNA synthesis and cell proliferation in pigment epithelium of the retina upon 

general growth factors of the eye. Same species as a (with I. G. PANOVA and T. L. MARSHAK) 
STROM, R.; Fil.lic. - Zool. Inst., Univ. of Uppsala, Box 561, S-75122 UPPSALA 1, Sweden 
STROMBERG, J.-O.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Syst. ZooL, Univ. of Lund, Helgonavagen 3, 223 62 LUND, 

Sweden 

no embryological work in progress 
STRUB, S. O.; Dipl.nat. - Zool.-Vergl. Anat. Inst., Univ. Zurich, Kiinstlergasse 16, 8006 ZURICH, 

Switzerland 
a Regeneration in imaginal discs. Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 
STRUDEL, G.; Dr. Sci. - Inst. d'Embryol. et Teratol. Exper. du C.N.R.S., 49bis Av. de la Belle 

Gabrielle, 94130 NOGENT-sur-MARNE, France 
a Developpement et teratologic de la colonne vertebrale. Gallus gallus (Aves) 
b Biochimie et ultrastructure du cartilage vertebral, Gallus gallus (Aves) 
c Role inducteur de la chorde et du tube nerveux; chondrogenese. Gallus gallus (Aves) 
STURDEE, A. P.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Biol. Sci., The Polytechnic Wolverhampton, WOLVERHAMPTON 

Staffs. WVl ILY, England 
a Cell to cell interactions during early embryonic limb development. Notophthalmus cristatus, 

Ambvstoma mexicanum (Urodela) 
STURROCK, R. R.; M.B., Ch.B. - Dept. of AnaL, Univ. of Dundee, DUNDEE DDl 4HN, Scotland, 
U.K. 

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a Histogenesis of neuroglia. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 

b Quantitative studies of effects of minimum deprivation on brain growth. Same species as a 

SUCH (RAZIMBAUD), Mrs. J.; D.Sc. - Lab. de Zool. Exp., Univ. de Bordeaux 1, Av. des Facultes, 

33405 TALENCE, France 
a Reclierchcs descriptives et experimentales sur le developpement embryonnaire de I'oeil compose, 

specialement ultrastructure des constituants ommatidiens. Carausius spec. (Phasmida) 
SULCOVA, Mrs. J.; RNDr. - Res. Inst, of Endocr., Narodnf 8, 116 94 PRAHA 1, Czechoslovakia 
a Metabolism and binding of steroids, especially androgens, in foetal tissues. Homo sapiens 

(Primates) 
SULSTON, J. E. - Lab. of Molec. Biol., Med. Res. Counc, Hills Rd., CAMBRIDGE CB2 2QH, 

England 
a Cell lineage, especially of the nervous system. Caenorhabditis elegans (Neniatoda) 
SUTTER, B. C. J.; D.Sc. - Lab. de Physiol. Anim., Univ. de Reims, B.P.347, 51062 REIMS Cedex, 

France 
a Endocrine function of the foetal pancreas; insulin blood levels in the foetus and in the mother. 

Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) (with R. L. JACQUOT, J. M. FELIX, and Mrs. M. T. SUTTER) 
SUTTER (DUB), Mrs. M. T.; D.E.S. - Lab. de PhysioL Anim., Univ. de Reims, B.P.347, 51062 

REIMS Cedex, France 
a Endocrine function of the foetal pancreas; insulin blood levels in the foetus and in the mother. 

Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) (with R. L. JACQUOT, J. M. FELIX, and B. C. J. SUTTER) 
SVAJGER, A.; M.D., D.Sc, Prof. - Inst, of Histol. and Embryol., Fac. of Med., Univ. of Zagreb, 

Salata 3, P.O. Box 166, 41001 ZAGREB, Yugoslavia 
a Early differentiation; transplantation, in vitro culture. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) (with 

B. LEVAK and N. §KREB, Inst, of Biol.) 
b Chondrogenesis in the external ear. Same species as a (with Z. BRADAMANTE and Lj. 

KOSTOViO) 
c Differentiation of the intercellular matrix during ontogenesis (histology, histochemistry, electron 

microscopy). Same species as a (with Lj. KOSTOVK^ and 1. BRADAMANTE) 
SVEJCAR, J.; Dr.med., C.Sc, Prof. - Inst, fiir Humangenet. der Univ., Paul-Ehrlich St.41, 6 

FRANKFURT/Main 70, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Effect of the teratogen 6-fluoro-deoxycytidine on acid mucopolysaccharide content of fetal 

stages. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
SVIRIDOV, S. M. - Lab. of Devi. Genet., Inst, of Cytol. and Genet., Pravda St.9, ap.36, 

NOVOSIBIRSK 630090, U.S.S.R. 
a Regeneration of the neural retina with special reference to S-100 protein. Triturus cristatus 

(Urodela) (with L. I. KOROCHKIN and V. I. MITASHOV, Moscow) 
SVYATOGOR, G. P. - Dept. of Embryol., Leningrad State Univ., Mendeleevsky St.5, 199164 

LENINGRAD, U.S.S.R. 
a Experimental polyembryony. Rana temporaria (Anura), Gallus gallus, Anser anser, Meleagris 

gallopavo, Coturnix c. japonica (Aves) 
SWANSON (EARTLY), Mrs. H. H.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Anat., Med. School, Univ. of Birmingham, 

Edgbaston, BIRMINGHAM B15 2T.I, England 
a Effects of gonadal hormones given shortly before or after birth and of sex hormones implanted in 

brain of new-born animals on sex-typical morphology, function, and behaviour. Mesocricetus 

auratus, Meriones unguiculatus (Rodentia) 
b Mechanisms for fertility control (including intra-uterine absorptions) in confined colonics. Same 

species as a 
SYMONS, D. B. A.; Ph.D. A.R.C. Inst, of Anim. Physiol., Babraham, CAMBRIDGE CB2 4AT, 

England 
a Ontogeny of foetal lymphoid structure and function. Mus musculus (Rodentia), Sus scrofa, Ovis 

aries (Artiodactyla) 
SYTINA, Mrs. L. A.; Cand.biol.sci. - A.N.Severtzov Inst, of Evol. Morphol. and Ecol. of Animals, 

Acad, of Sci. of the USSR, Lenin Ave.33, MOSCOW 1 17071, U.S.S.R. 
a Embryonic and postembryonic development, especially temperature resistance. Acipenser glilden- 

stadtii, A. stellatus, A. nudiventris. Huso huso (Chondrostei) 
SZAMBORSKI, J. J.; M.D. - Dept. of Pathomorphol., Inst, of Obstet. and Gynecol., Med. Sch. 

Warsaw, ul.Karowa 2, 00-315 WARSZAWA, Poland 
SZCKIXY, G.; M.D. - Anat. Dept., Med. Univ., Szigeti u. 12, 7643 P£CS, Hungary 
a The development of rctino-diencephalic connections from compound (double nasal and double 

temporal) eyes. Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
SZOLLOSI, D.; Ph.D., Assoc.Prof. - Lab. de Piiysiol. Anim., C.N.R.Z., 78350 JOUY-en-JOSAS, 

France 
a Egg maturation in vitro, normal and hormone induced; aging of eggs; changes of the zona 

pellucida and of the micropyle following interaction with the spermatozoon. Salmo trutta, Esox 

lucius, Carassius auratus (Teleostei), Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha; Rodentia), Bos taurus, 

Sus scrofa (Artiodactyla) 
b Contribution of the male gamete to the embryo; activation of the male and female genomes 

(culture in defined media, electron microscopy, autoradiography, histo- and immunochemistry) 
TADDi;i, C; Dr. - 1st. di Istol. cd Ijiibriol., Univ. di Napoli, Via Mezzocannone 8, 80134 NAPOLI, 

Italy 
a The significance of pyriform cells in oogenesis. Lacerta sicula (Lacertilia) 
b The origin and function of ribosomal bodies in ovarian follicles. Same species as a 
TAILLJ'.Miri., J. L.; M.D. - Lab. d'l.mbiyol. et de Cytogenet., Fac. de Med. Saint-Antoine, 27 rue 

Chaligny, 75571 PARIS Cedex 12, I-rance 

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a Tissue culture of fetal material in connection with the problem of sterility. Homo sapiens 

(Primates) 
TAMARELLE (GARAUDY), Mrs. M.; Dr.Univ. - Lab. de Zool. Exp., Univ. de Bordeaux I, Av. des 

Facultes, 33405 TALENCE, France 
a Descriptive and experimental embryology, especially ultrastructure of the dorsal organ. (Collem- 

bola) 
TARDENT, P.; Dr.phil., Prof. - Zool.-vergl. Anat. Inst., Univ. Zurich, Kunstlergasse 16, 8006 

ZURICH, Switzerland 
TARIN, D.; M.D. - Anat. Dept., Med. School, Leeds Univ., LEEDS LS2 9NL, England 
a The mechanism of neural induction, especially the role of ecto- and mesodermal components and 

the nature of secondary nervous systems induced by organiser transplants (histology, histo- 
chemistry, electron microscopy, time lapse cinematography). Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
b Epithelial-mesenchymal interactions in limb development (histology, histochemistry, electron 

microscopy, transplantation). Same species as a 
c Interactions between epithelial and connective tissues in tumour development, invasion and 

metastasis (histology, electron microscopy, transplantation). (Vertebrata) 
TARKOWSKI, A. K.; Ph.D., D.Sc, Prof. - Dept. of Embryol., Zool. Inst., Univ. of Warsaw, 

Krakowskie Przedmiescie 26/28, WARSZAWA 64, Poland 
a Preimplantation development in vivo and in vitro. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Virus assisted fusion of embryonic cells and of eggs with somatic cells. Same species as a 
c Chromosomal aberrations in embryogenesis. Same species as a 
TARONE, G.; Ph.D. - Cell and Molec. Biol. Lab., Dept. of Human Anat., Univ. of Torino, Corso 

M.d'Azeglio 52, 10126 TORINO, Italy 
a Cell membrane differentiation; immunochemistry of surface macromolecules. Mus musculus 

(Rodentia) 
b Membrane-mediated growth control in BHK cells. Mesocricetus auratus (Rodentia) 
TARROUX, P. J. - Lab. de Zool., Ecole Norm. Superieure, 46 rue d'Ulm, 75230 PARIS Cedex 05, 

France 
a Ribonucleic acid metaboHsm in development of wing imaginal discs. Pieris brassicae (Lepidop- 

tera) 
TATA, J. R.; D.Sc. - Developm. Biol. Div., Natl. Inst, for Med. Research, Mill Hill, LONDON 

NW7 lAA, England 
TAVERNE, M. A. M. - Inst, of Vet. Obstet., Artif. Inscm., and Reprod., State Univ., Yalelaan 7, 

Univ.centrum "De Uithof, UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a Cytology and morphology of the placenta, especially changes in the feto-maternal boundary 

during partus. Ovis aries, Sus scrofa domesticus (Artiodactyla) 
TCHERNIAEV, G.; Cand.biol.sci. - A.N.Severtzov Inst, of Evol. Morphol. and Ecol. of Animals, 

Acad, of Sci. of the USSR, Lenin Ave.33, MOSCOW 1 17071, U.S.S.R. 
a Embryology, phylogenesis of development and reproduction, many spp. (Cottidae, 

Comephoridae, Paracottidae, Cottocomephoridae), Coregonus spp., Thymallus spp. (Salmonidae, 

Teleostei) 
TEI, Mrs. S.; Dr. - 1st. di Anat. Comp., Univ. di Perugia, Via A. Pascoli, 06100 PERUGIA, Italy 
a Action of magnetic field on regeneration. Dugesia lugubris (Turbellaria) 
TEILLET, Miss M.-A. - Lab. d'Embryol., Univ. de Nantes, 38 Bd.Michclet, B.P.1044, 44037 

NANTES CEDEX, France 
TEJEDO MATEU, A. - Dept. of Anat., Univ. of Barcelona, C/.Casanova 143, BARCELONA 11, 

Spain 
a Mesohydronephrosis and ureterohydronephrosis in a 12mm embryo. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
TEMPELAAR, M. J.; Drs. - Genet. Inst., State Univ., Biol. Centrurti, Kerklaan 30, Postbus 14, 

HAREN, Gr., Netherlands 
a Abnormal DNA-content in developing and adult stages carrying X-ray-induced chromosome 

aberrations (cytophotometry). Tetranychus urticae (Acari, Arachnida) 
TEMPLE, D. - Lab. d'Histol. et d'Embryol., Univ. de Montpellier, 2 rue Ecole de Medecinc, 34000 

MONTPELLIER, France 
TENCER, Miss R.; Dr.en Sci. - Dept. of Molec. Biol., Free Univ. of Brussels, 67 rue des Chevaux, 

1640 RH0DE-ST.-GEN£SE, Belgium 
a Cell surface during early development. Xenopus laevis (Anura), Pleurodeles waltlii, Ambystoma 

mcxicanum (Urodela) 
TEPLITZ, Miss N. A.; Cand.biol.sci. - Inst, of Developm. Biol., Acad, of Sci. of the USSR, Vavilov St. 

26, MOSCOW 117334, U.S.S.R. 
a The role of neurotransmitters (acetylcholine, serotonin, catecholamines) in early embryogenesis. 

Strongylocentrotus drobachiensis, S. nudus, S. intcrmedius, Paracentrotus lividus, Arbacia lixula, 

Sphaerechinus granularis (Echinoidea) (with G. A. BUZNIKOV) 
TERMIER, M. - Lab. d'EntomoI. et d'Ecophysiol. Exp., Univ. Paris XI (Paris-Sud), Bat. 446, 91405 

ORSAY, France 
a Development of flight muscles. Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 
TERPILOWSKA, Miss B.; Ph.D. - Inst, of Zool., Univ. of Wroctew, ul. Sienkiewicza 21, 50-335 

WROCLAW, Poland 
a Early developmental stages. Acanthocyclops spec. (Copepoda) 
TESTA-BAPPENHEIM, I.; Dr.med.A.O., Prof. - Lab. Antropol., Univ. di Camerino, Via Filippo 

Camerini 5, 62032 CAMERINO, Italy 
a Experimental embryology. Triton alpestris, T. taeniatus (Urodela) 
b Developmental genetics and pathology. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
THEILER, K.; Dr., Prof. - Dept. of Anat., Histol., and Embryol., Univ. of Ziirich, Gloriastr.l9, 8006 

ZURICH, Switzerland 

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a Developmental genetics of the vertebral column and of the eye. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
THESINGH, Miss C. W.; M.D. - Lab. for Cell Biol, and Histol., State Univ., Rijnsburgerweg 10, 

LEIDEN, Netherlands 
a Development and function of ultimobranchial body in organ culture. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b Hormonal regulation of calcium metabolism and bone formation in embryos. Same species as a 
c Origin and function of cysts in ultimobranchial body and parathyroid in embryo. Gallus 

domesticus, Coturnix c. japonica (Aves) 
THIERY, M.; M.D., Ph.D., Prof. - Dept. of Obstet. and Gynecol., Academic Hosp., Univ. of Ghent, 

DePintelaan 135, 9000 GENT, Belgium 
a Intra-uterine hypoxia (determination of blood lactate/pyruvate balance and acid/base balance). 

Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Longitudinal study of twins and correlation with genotype as determined by placental membrane 

morphology, placental zymograns, and extensive bloodtyping. Same species as a 
c Histochemistry of placenta. Same species as a 
d Enzyme histochemistry of female genital tract. (Mammalia) 
THlRIOT-QUlfiVREUX, Mrs. C; Dr.es Sci. - Stat. Zool., Univ. de Paris VI, 06230 VILLE- 

FRANCHE-sur-MER, France 
a Anatomy and histology of planktonic larvae before and after metamorphosis; scanning electron 

microscopy of their shells. Mesogastropoda, Stenoglossa (Gastropoda) 
THOMAS, C. - Dept. of Molec. Biol., Free Univ. of Brussels, 67 rue des Chevaux, 1640 RHODE-ST- 

GENtSE, Belgium 
a RNA synthesis and control of ribosomal RNA synthesis in oocytes. (Amphibia) 
THOMAS, D. B.; Prof. - Dept. of Anat., Univ. of St Andrews, St Salvator Coll., Bute Med. Bldgs., ST 

ANDREWS KY16 9TS, Fife, Scotland, U.K. 
a The development of the lympho-myeloid complex. Rattus spec, Mus musculus, Cavia cobaya 

(Rodentia), Macaca mulatta. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b The transplantation of foetal lympho-myeloid cells. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
c The effects of irradiation on the developing lympho-myeloid tissues. Same species as b 
THOMSON, I. - Inst, of Anim. Genet., Univ. of Edinburgh, West Mains Rd., EDINBURGH EH9 3JN, 

Scotland, U.K. 
a Properties of lens mRNAs; regulation of stability. Gallus domesticus (Aves) (with R. M. 

CLAYTON, D. E. S. TRUMAN, A. T. H. BURNS (Edinburgh), and R. WILLIAMSON (Glasgow) 
THORIG, G. E. W.; Drs. - Dept. of Popul. and Evol. Biol., Genet. Inst., Univ. of Utrecht, Transito- 

rium III, Padualaan 8, UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a Isozymes and morphological variations. Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 
THORS, F.; Drs. - Dept. of Anat. and EmbryoL, Univ. of Nijmegen, Geert Grooteplein N.21, 

NIJMEGEN, Netherlands 
a Development of the spinal cord. Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
THOUVENY, Y. R.; Dr., Prof. ~ Lab. d'HistoI. et de Morphogen. Anim., Centre Univ. de Marscille- 

Luminy, 70 route Leon Lachamp, 13288 MARSEILLE Cedex 2, France 
a Biochemistry and cytochemistry of regeneration: molecular mechanisms taking place during 

dedifferentiation. Owenia fusiformis (Polychaeta) 
THYLSTRUP, A.: Ph.D., Assoc.Prof. - Dept. of Dent. Pathol, and Operat. Dent., Royal Dent. Coll., 

Vennelyst Bd., 8000 ARHUS C, Denmark 
a Development and mineralization of dental enamel from still-born infants (polarizing and light 

microscopy, microradiography, scanning and transmission E.M.). Homo sapiens (Primates) 
TIEDEMANN, H.; Dr.med., Dr.rer.nat., Prof. - Inst, fur Biochcm. und Molek. Biol., Fachbereich I 

(Vorklinik), Freie Univ. BerHn, Arnimallec 22, 1 BERLIN 33, B.R.D. (Germany) 
TIEDEMANN (WAECHTER), Mrs. H.; Dr.rer.nat. - Inst, fiir Biochem. und Molek. Biol., Fachbereich 

I (Vorklinik), Freie Univ. Berlin, Arnimallec 22, 1 BERLIN 33, B.R.D. (Germany) 
TIMASHKEVICH, Mrs. T. B.; Cand.med.sci. - Inst, of Human Morphol., Acad, of Med. Sci. of the 

USSR, Tsurupa St.3, MOSCOW 1 1 7469, U.S.S.R. 
a Regeneration and cell division in the stomach. Rattus norvegicus, Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Quantitative evaluation of restoration of resected stomach. Same species as a 
TOIVONEN, S. I.; Ph.D., M.D., Prof. - Lab. of Exp. EmbryoL, Dept. of Zool., Univ. of Helsinki, 

Arkadiankatu 7, 00100 HELSINKI 10, Finland 
a The specific action of heterogeneous inductors. Triturus spec. (Urodela) 
b The mcclianism of primary induction. Same species as a (with L. O. SAXliN, Dept.of Pathol.) 
c Cell interaction. Same species as a 
TOKIN, B. P.; Dr.Biol.Sci., Prof. ^ Dept. of EmbryoL, Leningrad State Univ., Mendeleevsky St. 5, 

199164 LENINGRAD, U.S.S.R. 
a Regeneration, asexual reproduction, and somatic embryogenesis. Dugesia tigrina (Turbellaria) 
b Morphoeenetic processes in starving animals. Same species as a 
TONDURY, G.; Dr., Prof. - Dept. of Anat., HistoL, and EmbryoL, Univ. of Zurich, Gloriastr. 19, 

8006 ZURICH, Switzerland 
a Action of different viruses on embryos, pathogenesis, and way of infection. Homo sapiens 

(Primates) 
b Development of the lymphatic system. Same species as a 
c Pre- and postnatal development of thymus and lymphatic organs of tiie "nude" mutant. Mus 

musculus (Rodentia) 
TONI'BY, M. 1.; Fil.kand. Wenr.cr-Grcn Inst., Norrtullsgatan 16, 113 45 STOCKHOLM, Sweden 
a Metabolism of tryptophane and 5-liydroxytryptamine (serotonin). Psammechinus miliaris, 

Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis, Paracentrotus lividus (EcJiinoidea) 

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b Embryological development of collagen. Same species as a 

TONGE, C. H.; D.D.Sc, Prof. - Dept. of Oral Anat., Dental School, Northumberland Rd., 

NEWCASTLE upon Tyne NEl 8TA, England 
a Tooth development and eruption. 
b Effect of severe undernutrition on the development and growth of teeth and jaws (including 

rehabilitation). Sus scrofa (Artiodactyla) 
c Protein calory deficiency and rehabilitation relative to the development and growth of teeth and 

jaws. Same species as b 
TONNEYCK (MtJLLER), Mrs. I. - Anat.-Embryol. Inst., Univ. of Amsterdam, Mauritskade 61, 

AMSTERDAM-0., Netherlands 
a Experimental studies on skull morphogenesis. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
TOROK, L. J.; Ph.D. ^ Dept. of Biol., Med. Univ., Tiizolto u. 58, 1094 BUDAPEST IX, Hungary 
a Nucleo-histone changes during morphogenetic processes of regeneration. Dugesia lugubris 

(Turbellaria) 
b Morphogenetic inhibition in development, regeneration, and asexual reproduction. Dugesia 

lugubris, D. tigrina (Turbellaria) 
TORRE, C. - 1st. di Anat. Umana Norm., Univ. di Torino, Corso M.d'Azeglio 52, 10126 TORINO, 

Italy 
a Development of neuro-muscular correlations under anti-cholinesterase treatment. Gallus 

domesticus (Aves) 
TOUIR, A. - Lab. de Sex. et Reprod. des Invertebr., Univ. P.et M.Curie, Bat.G, Tour 32, 4 place 

Jussieu, 75230 PARIS Cedex 05, France 
a Control of sexual differentiation (endocrinology and physiology). Lysmata seticaudata 

(Hippolytiae, Decapoda, Crustacea) 
TRAMPUSCH, H. A. L.; Ph.D. - Anat.-Embryol. Inst., Univ. of Amsterdam, Mauritskade 61, 

AMSTERDAM-0., Netherlands 
a Differentiation and de-differentiation. (Amphibia) 
TRAUT, W.; Dr., Prof. - Abt. Biol., Arb.gr. Entw.physiol. der Tiere, Ruhr-Univ., 463 BOCHUM, 

B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Role and phases of activity of the W-chromosome in development. Ephestia kuehniella 

(Lepidoptera) 
b Transcription of the chromosomes in oocytes. Same species as a 
TREVISAN, P.; Dr.BioL - 1st. di Anat. Comp., Univ. di Modena, Via Berengario 14, 41100 

MODENA, Italy 
a Experiments on differentiation of dorsal neurons of the spinal cord. Bufo bufo (Anura), Triturus 

cristatus, Salamandra salamandra (Urodela) 
TRNKOVA, Miss E.; RNDr. Dcpt.of Anat., Charles Univ., U nemocnice 3, 12800 PRAHA 2, 

Czechoslovakia 
a Development of the flexor muscles in the hand. (Mammalia) 

TROSCH,\V. - Inst, fiir Genet., Univ. des Saarlandcs, 66 SAARBRUCKEN 11, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Measurements of inorganic ions and theu fluxes in cell nuclei during development. Chironomus 

thummi (Diptera) 
TRUCKENBRODT, W.; Dr. Naturw. Abt., Univ. Osnabriick, P.O. Box 3429, 45 OSNABRUCK, 

B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Influence of actinomycin D on embryology. Odontotermes badius, O. stercorivorus (Isoptera) 
b Caste differentiation: 1. workers/ soldiers ratio in young laboratory colonies; 2. development of 

nvmphs in colonies. Same species as a 
TRUMAN, D. E. S.; Ph.D. - Inst, of Anim. Genet., Univ. of Edinburgh, West Mains Rd., 

EDINBURGH EH9 3JN, Scotland, U.K. 
a Properties of lens mRNAs; regulation of stabihty. Gallus domesticus (Aves) (with R. M. 

CLAYTON, A. T. H. BURNS, I. f HOMSON, (Edinburgh), and R. WILLIAMSON (Glasgow) 
b Synthesis, ontogeny, location, and immunochemistry of lens proteins in normal animals and 

mutants. Gallus" domesticus (Aves), Mus musculus (Rodcntia) (with R. M CLAYTON, A. T. H. 

BURNS, M. M. PERRY, D. }. PRITCHARD (Edinburgh), and D. S. McDEVITT (Philadelphia) 
TRUSLOVE, Miss G. M.; Ph.D. Dept. of Human Genet, and Biometry, Univ. CoU. London, Wolfson 

House, 4 Stephenson Way, LONDON NWl 2HE, England 
a The analysis of skeletal variation in animals selected for large or small size and controls. Mus 

musculus (Rodentia) 
TSCHADAJA, E. A. - Dept. of Anim. EmbryoL, Inst, of Zool., Acad, of Sci. of the Georgian SSR, 3 1 

Chavchavadze Ave., TBILISI 380030. U.S.S.R. 
a Macro- and micromorpholoey of the female genital system. Dendroctonus micans (Coleoptera) 
b Histology, histochemistry, and autoradiography of pupal and adult ovaries. Same species as a 
TUCHKOVA, Mrs. S. J. - Inst, of Developm. Biol., Acad, of Sci. of the U.S.S.R., Vavilov St. 26, 

MOSCOW 117334, U.S.S.R. 
TUCHMANN-DUPLESSIS, H.; Prof. - Lab. d'Embryol., U.E.R. Biomed., 45 rue des Sts.Peres, 75270 

PARIS Cedex 06, France 
a Anencephalie. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Teratogenese par sulfamides hypoglycemiants, antimetabolites. Rattus spec. (Rodentia) (avec 

L. MERCIER) 
c Influence des hormones sur le developpement foetal. Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
d Influence des alcaloides du Rauwolfia, de la reserpine et de la dcserpidine sur le developpement. 

Meme espece comme b (avec L. MERCIER) 
e Influence des neuroleptiques sur la fertilite et le developpement foetal. Rattus spec, Mus spec. 
(Rodentia), Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha) 

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f Diabete experimental et grossesse. (Mammalia) 

g Intluence des antimitotiques, des anticonvulsants et de la prostaglandine F2q: sur la gestation. 

Meme espece comme e (avec L. MERCIER) 
TUDDENHAM, E. G. D.; M.B., B.S., M.R.C.P. - Dept. of Haematol., Welsh Natl. Sell, of Med., Heath 

Park, CARDIFF, Wales, U.K. 
a Identification and location of the sites of synthesis of coagulation factors, especially V and VIII 

in the foetus (immunofluorescence histology, tissue culture). Homo sapiens (Primates) 
TUDOSE, Mrs. O.; Dr.med. - Dept. of Med. Biol., Med. School, P-fa 23 August 1, 1900 TIMI^OARA, 

Rumania 
a Vascular development in the embryonic central nervous system. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
TUFT, P. H.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Zool., Univ. of Edinburgh, West Mains Rd., EDINBURGH EH9 3JT, 

Scotland, U.K. 
TUMANISHVILI, G. D.; Dr., Prof. - Dept. of Developm. Biol., Inst, of Exp. Morphol., Acad, of Sci. 

of the Georgian SSR, Digomi, 380059 TBILISI, U.S.S.R. 
a Role of chemical intercellular interactions in regulation of the rate of cell multiplication and 

intracellular synthesis studied in cell cultures and in vivo. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Rattus 

norvegicus, Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Participation of intracellular substances in gastrulation. Misgurnus fossilis (Teleostei) 
c Participation of nuclear and cytoplasmic substances in control of state of DNA in chromatin. 

Gallus domesticus (Aves), Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
TURAtA-SZYBOWSKA, K.; Dr. - Dept. of Plant Cytol. and Embryol., Inst, of Bot., Jagellonian 

Univ., Grodzka St. 52, 31-044 KRAK6w, Poland 
a Embryology of a seed sterile population. Ranunculus penicillatus (Ranunculaceae) 
b Ultrastructure of the endosperm. Echinocystis lobata (Cucurbitaceae) 
TURCHINI, J. P.; D.M., D.Sc, Prof. - Lab. d'Histol.-Embryol., Fac. de Med., Bd. Winston Churchill, 

B.P.38, 63001 CLERMONT-FERRAND Cedex, France 
a Neonatal liver. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
TURNER, D. C; Ph.D. - Inst, of Cell Biol., Swiss Fed. Inst, of Technol., Honggerberg, 8049 

ZURICH, Switzerland 
a In vitro myogenesis. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
TURNER, S. C; Ph.D. - Dept. of Biol. Sci., Portsmouth Polytechnic, Park Rd., PORTSMOUTH 

POl 2DY, England 
a Growth, differentiation and degeneration of larval tissue during metamorphosis. Xenopus laevis 

(Anura) (with H. FOX, London) 
TVOROGOVA, Mrs. A. G. - Dept. of Anim. Embryol., Inst, of Zool., Acad, of Sci. of the Georgian 

SSR, 31 Chavchavadze Ave., TBILISI 380030, U.S.S.R. 
a Morphogenesis of the adenohypophysis. Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
b Experimental morphology of interaction between adenohypophysis and gonads in ontogenesis; 

histochemistry of adenohypophysis). Same species as a 
TYSZKIEWICZ, Mrs. K.; M.Sc. ~ Zool. Dept., Jagellonian Univ., ul. Krupnicza 50, KRAKOW 2, 

Poland 
a Embryogenesis of nervous system. Tetrodontophora bielanensis (Collembola) 
UBBELS, Miss G. A.; Ph.D. - Hubrecht Lab. (Intern. Embryol. Inst.), Uppsalalaan 8, "De Uithof", 

UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a Cytochemical heterogeneity of the egg, cleavage stages and early embryo. Ambystoma 

mcxicanum, Xenopus laevis (Amphibia) 
b Cytochemistry of the origin of dorso-vcntral polarity of the egg: factors involved in cytoplasmic 

segregation; cytoplasm and pigment movements during grey crescent formation; possible role of 

neurotransmitters. Xenopus laevis, Dicoglossus pictus (Anura) 
ULLMANN, Miss S. L.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Zool., Univ. of Glasgow, GLASGOW G12 8QC, Scotland, 

U.K. 
a Supcrfoetation and polyovular follicles. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Ultrastructure of oogenesis. Tenebrio molitor (Coleoptera) 
c Storage of spermatozoa. Same species as a 
d Oogenesis. Trichosurus vulpecula and other spp. (Marsupialia), Ornithorhynchus spec. 

(Monotreinata) 
ULRICH, H.; Dr.phil., Prof. - Dept. of Zool., Swiss Fed. Inst, of Technol., Universitiitst. 2, 8006 

ZURICH, Switzerland 
a Morphology, physiology, and cytology of paedogenetic-bisexual reproduction cycle. Heteropeza 

pygmaea (= Oligarces paradoxus) (Cecidomyiidac, Diptera) 
URBANI, E.; Prof. - 1st. di Istol. ed Embriol., Univ. di Roma, Citta Univorsitaria, 00185 ROMA, Italy 
URSPRUNG, H.; Ph.D., Prof. - Swiss Fed. Inst, of Technol., Honggerberg, 8049 ZURICH, Switzer- 
land 

no embryological work in progress 
VACEK, Z.; MUDr., D.Sc, Prof. - Inst, of Embryol., Charles Univ., Albertov 4, 128 00 PRAHA 2, 

Czechoslovakia 
a Electron microscopy and histociiemistry of the placenta (comparative studies on the sub- 
microscopic structure, enzyme histociiemistry and transport mechanism). Homo sapiens 

(Primates), (Rodentia; Carnivora; Insectivora; Chiroptera) 
b Role of primitive streak and tail region in early differentiation of the body (submicroscopic and 

cytochemical studies in normal and experimental conditions). Rana esculenta (Anura), Gallus 

domesticus (Aves), Mus rattus (Rodentia) 
VAGNETTI, Mrs. D.; Dr. - 1st. di Anat. Conip., Univ. di Perugia, Via A.Pascoli, 06100 PERUGIA, 

Italy 

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a Spermiogenesis. Dugesia lugubris (Turbellaria) 

b Histochemistry of vitelline cells. Same species as a 

VAHERl, A. - Lab. of Exp. Embryol., III. Dept. of Pathol., Univ. of Helsinki, Haartmaninkatu 3, 

00290 HELSINKI 29, Finland 
a Cell surface antigen localization in differentiation and malignancy of embryonic fibroblasts. 

Gallus domesticus (Aves) (with J. J. WARTIOVAARA and E. RUOSLAHTI) 
VAHS, W.; Dr.phiL, Prof. ZooL Inst, der Univ., Weyertal 119, 5 KOLN 41, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Quantitative cytochemistry of nucleic acids and proteins during induction and differentiation. 

Triturus vulgaris (Urodela) 
b Phase specific gene activities in the eyecup-lens-system of the developing embryo, as revealed by 

quantitative cytochemical DNA determinations. Salmo irideus (Teleostei), Triturus vulgaris 

(Urodela) 
c Ultrastructure of embryonic cells undergoing induction and differentiation. Same species as a 
VAKAET, L. C. A.; M.D., Prof. - Lab. of Anat. and Embryol., State Univ. Center, Groenenborgerlaan 

171, 2020 ANTWERPEN, Belgium 
a Early development. Gallus domesticus, Coturnix japonica (Aves) 
b Fetal and neonatal endocrinology. Mus musculus albinus (Rodentia) 
c In vitro culture of blastoderms, normal and after experimental interventions; histochemistry: 

enzymes and mucopolysaccharides. Coturnix japonica, Gallus domesticus (Aves) 
d Autoradiography of oogenesis. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
VAKHRUSHEVA, Mrs. M. P.; Dr. Inst, of Med. Genet., Kashirskoye Chaussee 6a, MOSCOW 

115478, U.S.S.R. 
a Genetic regulation of development of brain, eye, and limbs. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
VALK, P. van^der; Drs. - Lab. of Bot., State Univ., Kerklaan 30, P.O. Box 14, HAREN (Gr.), 

Netherlands 
a LUtrastructure and biochemistry of cell wall regeneration using protoplasts. Schizophyllum 

commune (Basidiomycetes, Fungi) 
VALKEMA-PORRENGA, Mrs. F. C; Drs. - Lab. for Cell Biol, and HistoL, State Univ., Rijnsburger- 

weg 10, LEIDEN, Netherlands 
a Development of bone and onset of mineralization in radii of 14-day embryos (electron 

microscopy). Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
VAN DEUSEN, E. B.; Ph.D. - Biozentrum der Univ. Basel, Abt. ZellbioL, Klingelbergst. 70, 4056 

BASEL, Switzerland 
VAN GANSEN, Mrs. P.; Prof. Dept. of Molec. Biol., Free Univ. of Brussels, 67 rue des Chevaux, 

1640 RHODE-ST-GENfeSE, Belgium 
a Previtellogcnic and vitellogcnic oocytes: 1. RNA synthesis and nucleolar activity; 2. effect of 

actinomycin D and a-anianitin on nucleolar ultrastructure and RNA metabolism (electron 

microscopy, light and high resolution autoradiography, in situ molecular hybridization). Xenopus 

laevis (Anura) 
b Effect of rifamycin SV and arabinofuranosylcytosine on rDNA synthesis and nucleolar structures 

in young oocytes (electron microscopy, light and high resolution autoradiography). Same species 

as a 
c Nucleolar protein synthesis in previtellogenic oocytes (high resolution autoradiography). Same 

species as a 
VANNINI, E.; Dr., Prof. - Inst, of Zool., Fac. of Sci., Univ. of Bologna, Via S.Giacomo 9, 40126 

BOLOGNA, Italy 
a Experimental analysis of the development of the gonad and Bidder's organ. Buto spec. (Anura) 
b Inhibition by antibiotics of testosterone-induced sex-reversal in tadpoles. Rana dalmatina (Anura) 
c General study of the problem of the "sex gradient" in various hermaphroditic animals. 

(Hydroidea; Tricladidea, Turbellaria; Serpulidae, Polychaeta) 
VAN PRAET, M. - Lab. de Biol, des Invert. Marins et Malacol., Museum Natl. d'Hist. Nat., 57 rue 

Cuvier, 75005 PARIS, France 
a Experimental morplioaenesis and regeneration. Actinia equina (Actinozoa) 
VARGA, A.; Dr., Ir. - Dept. of Plant PhysioL, Agric. Univ., Arboretumlaan 4, WAGENINGEN, 

Netherlands 
a Development and ripening of fruits in vivo and in vitro, especially function of seeds. 

Lycopersicum esculentum (Solanaceae) 
VASSE, J.; Lic.es Sci. - Serv. d'EmbryoL Exper., Inst. Pasteur, 20 rue des Moulins, 95110 SANNOIS, 

France 
VASSETZKY, S. G.; Cand.bioLsci. - Inst, of Devclopm. Biol., Acad, of Sci. of the U.S.S.R., Vavilov 

St. 26, MOSCOW 117334, U.S.S.R. 
VEGT, G. B.; Drs. - Lab. for Cell BioL and Histol., State Univ., Rijnsburgerweg 10, LEIDEN, 

Netherlands 
a Cultivation of embryonic intestinal tissue. Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
VEINI(Haritos), Mrs. M.;M.Sc. - Zool. Lab., Univ. of Athens, Panepistimiopohs (Kouponia), ATHENS 

(621), Greece 
VERBICKY, M. Sh.; Cand.med.sci. - Inst, of Human Morphol., Acad, of Med. Sci. of the USSR, 

Tsurupa St. 3, MOSCOW 1 17469, U.S.S.R. 
a Immunological relationships between mother and foetus. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia), Papio 

hamadryas, Macaca mulatta. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Humoral interactions between analogous organs (reticulo-endothelial and leucopoietic system) ot 

mother and foetus. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia), Macaca mulatta (Primates) 
c Cell and humoral immunity and infertility. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia), Homo sapiens 
(Primates) 

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VERDIER, G. P. J.; Dr.spec. - Dept. de Biol. Gen. et Appl., Univ. de Lyon I, 43 Bd. du 1 1 Novembre 

1918, 69621 VILLEURBANNE, France 
a iTiRNA metabolism during development of chloroplast induced by illumination. Euglena gracilis 

(Euglenophyceae) 
VERDONK, N. H.; Ph.D., Prof. - Zool. Lab., State Univ. of Utrecht, Transitorium III, Padualaan 8, 

UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a Determination of bilateral symmetry in the head region. Lymnaea stagnalis (Gastropoda) 
b Germinal locaUzation in eggs. Various spp. (Mollusca) 
c Cellular interactions in early development. Various spp. (Mollusca) 
VEREISKAYA, Miss V. N.; Cand.biol.sci. - Lab. of Developm. Cytogenet., Inst, of Developm. Biol., 

Acad, of Sci. of the U.S.S.R., Vavilov St. 26, MOSCOW 1 17334, U.S.S.R. 
VERHOFSTAD, A. A. J.; Med.drs. - Dept. of Anat. and Embryol., Univ. of Nijmegen, Geert 

Grooteplein N. 21, NIJMEGEN, Netherlands 
a Differentiation of epinephrine- and nor-epinephrine-containing cells in the adrenal medulla, 

(histochemistry). Mus rattus (Rodentia) 
VERNET, G.; Dr.Biol. - Lab. de Biol. Cell., Univ. de Reims, B.P.347, 51062 REIMS Cedex, France 
VETTERLEIN, Miss M.; M.B. - Inst, fiir Krebsforsch., Univ. Wien, Borschkegasse 8a, Postfach 72, 

A-1090 WIEN, Austria 
a Enzyme induction in embryonic and adult liver cells in vitro by steroid hormones. Rattus 

norvegicus (Rodentia) 
VIELL, B.'; Dr.rer.nat. - Inst, fur Entw.physiol., Univ. zu Koln, Gyrhofstr. 17, 5 KOLN 41, B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
a Biochemical aspects of differentiation in the wing. Riella helicophylla (Hepaticae) 
b Protein and amino acid metabolism during the first stages of regeneration (embryonalization). 

Same species as a 
VIJVERBERG, A. J.; Dr. - Unit of Cell Biol, and Morphogen., Zool. Lab., Univ. of Leiden, Kaiserstr. 

63, LEIDEN, Netherlands 
a Proliferation (mitoses) and DNA synthesis in imaginal discs (autoradiography). Calliphora 

erythrocephala. (Diptera) 
b Influence of X-irradiation, ecdysterone and juvenile hormone on morphogenesis of imaginal discs. 

Same species as a 
VILANOVA TRIAS, J. - Dept. of Anat., Univ. of Barcelona, C/.Casanova 143, BARCELONA 11, 

Spain 
a Biochemical changes in cerebrospinal fluid during embryonic development. Gallus domesticus 

(Aves) 
VILLA, Miss L.; Dr.Sci. - Zool. Inst., Univ. of Palermo, Via Archirafi 18, 90123 PALERMO, Italy 
a Ultrastructure of spermatogenesis, spermatozoa, and fertihzation. Ascidia malaca, Molgula 

impura, Ciona intestinalis (Ascidiacea) 
b Ultrastructure of oocyte and egg development. Chaetopterus spec, Sternaspis spec. (Polychaeta) 
VINCE, Miss M. A.; B.A. - Psychol. Lab., Univ. of Cambridge, Downing St., CAMBRIDGE CB2 3EB, 

England 
a Responsiveness in the embryo. (Aves) 

b Responsiveness in the foetus. Homo sapiens and other spp. (Mammaha) 
VIRTANEN, I. Lab. of Exp. Embryol., III. Dept. of PathoL, Univ. of Helsinki, Haartmaninkatu 3, 

00290 HELSINKI 29, Finland 
a Frecze-etching electron microscopy of ribosome-membrane association in liver cells. Rattus spec. 

(Rodentia) (with J. J. WARTIOVAARA) 
VITTORELLl, Miss M. L.; Dr.Biol. - 1st. di Anat. Comp., Univ. di Palermo, Via Archirafi 20, 90123 

PALERMO, Italy 
a DNA synthesis in dissociated embryonic cells and in embryonic mitochondria. Paracentrotus 

lividus (Echinoidea) 
b Isolation of blastula cell membranes and detection of enzymatic activities. Same species as a 
c Detection of cyclic AMP in embryos and in dissociated embryonic cells. Same species as a 
VIZA, D.; M.D. - Lab. dTmmunobiol., Pathol. Gen. ct Exper., Fac. de Med. Pitie-Salpetrierc, 105 

Bd.de I'Hopital, 75634 PARIS Cedex 13, France 
a Cytostatic effects of antibodies against embryonic and tumour-specific cell-surface antigens on 

cells cultured in vitro. Mus musculus (Rodentia), Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Control of cell growth in vitro by solubihzed cell-surface material obtained from homologous 

embryonic and tumour cells and from heterologous cells. Same species as a 
VOLLMAR, H.; Dr.rer.nat. - Biol. Inst. I (Zool.) der Univ.. Katharinenstr. 20, 78 FREIBURG, B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
VOLLRATH, L.; Dr.med., o.Prof. ^ Anat. Inst, der Univ., Saarstr.19-21 , 6500 MAINZ, B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
a Development of pineal gland. Rattus spec, Cavia norcellus (Rodentia) 
VREEZEN, Miss W. J.; Drs. - Genet. Lab., State Univ., Kaiserstr. 63, LEIDEN, Netherlands 
a Selection on asymmetrical wing development. Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 
VRIES, O. M. H. de; Dr. - Lab. of Bot., State Univ., Kerklaan 30, P.O. Box 14, HAREN (Gr.), 

Netherlands 
a Biochemistry of wall formation, using extracts and protoplasts. Schizophyllum commune 

(Basidiomycetes, Fungi) 
b Genome activity during development. Same species as a 
VUJANOVIC, N. L.; M.D. - Immunol. Res. Center, Univ. of Belgrade, Vojvode Stepe 458, P.O. Box 

979. 1 1000 BEOGRAD, Yugoslavia 

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VYAZOV, O. E.; Dr.med.sci., Prof. - Lab. of Embryol., Inst, of Human Morphol., Acad, of Med. Sci. 
of the USSR, Tsurupa St.3, MOSCOW 117469, U.S.S.R. 

a Development of tissue antigens during eye lens, retina, and kidney development. Callus 
domesticus (Aves), Mus musculus (Rodentia) 

b Humoral interconnections between analogous organs (brain, lung, reticulo-endothelial and leuco- 
poietic system) of mother and foetus. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 

WABIK, Miss B.; M.Sc. - Dept. of Genet, and Evolut., Jagellonian Univ., Krupnicza 50, 30-060 
KRAK(3W, Poland 

a Ultrastructure of sperm and eggs from inbred and crossbred animals. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 

WADA, S.; Dr.rer.nat. - Zool. Inst., Univ. Dusseldorf, Mettmanner Str. 16-18, 4 DUSSELDORF, 
B.R.D. (Cermany) 

a Morphogenesis of the compound eyes. (Arthropoda) 

WADDINGTON, C. H.,t D.Sc, Prof. - Inst, of Anim. Genet., Univ. of Edinburgh, West Mains Rd., 
EDINBURGH EH9 3JN, Scotland, U.K. 

WAGNER, E.; Dr.rer.nat. Biol. Inst. II der Univ., Lehrst. fur Bot.,' Schanzlestr. 9/11, 78 FREI- 
BURG/Br., B.R.D. (Cermany) 

a Interaction of phytochrome and endogenous rhythms in photoperiodic control of growth and 
development. Chenopodium rubrum (Chenopodiaceae) 

WAHLI, W.: lic.phil.nat. - Div. of Cell and Developm. Biol., Zool. Inst., Univ. of Bern, Sahlist.8, 3012 
BERN, Switzerland 

a Larval cell cultures. Xenopus laevis (Anura) (with R. WEBER) 

WAKELY (DENT), Mrs. J.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Anat., Univ. of Leicester. 6 University Rd.. LEICESTER 
LEI 7RH, England 

a Normal development and congenital defects in the lens. Callus domesticus (Aves) 

b Placental ultrastructure and histochemistry. Various spp. (Mammalia) 

WAL, U. P. v.d.; Ph.D. - Zool. Lab., State Univ. of Utrecht, Transitorium III, Univ.centrum "De 
Uithof, UTRECHT, Netherlands 

a Localization of protein synthesis during the fhst cleavages by electron microscope autoradio- 
graphy. Lymnaea stagnalis (Gastropoda) 

b Electron microscopy of chemical breakdown of proteins in correlation with cytological structure 
of degenerating yolk granules. Same species as a 

c Localization of enzyme synthesis during early embryogenesis by electron microscope cyto- 
chemistry. Same species as a 

WALLACE, H.; Ph.D. Dept. of Genet., Univ. of Birmingham, Edgbaston, P.O. Box 363, BIRMING- 
HAM B15 2TT, England 

a Nucleolar metabolism during development and gametogenesis. Xenopus laevis (Anura) 

b Limb regeneration. Ambystoma spec. (Urodela) 

c Developmental physiolosy. (Ascidiacea) 

WANSCHER, J. H.: Dr.agron". - Horticult. Dept., Royal Vet. and Agric. Univ., Rolighedsvej 23. 1958 
COPENHAGEN V, Denmark 

a Developmental genetics. (Plantae; Animalia) 

b Developmental genetics of shell morphology. (MoUusca) 

WARTENBERG. H.; Dr.mcd., Prof. - Anat. Inst., Abt. fiir Exper. Biol., Univ. Bonn, Nussallee 10, 53 
BONN, B.R.D. (Germany) 

a Light and electron microscopy of male and female germ cells during pre- and postnatal develop- 
ment. Acomys cahirinus dimidiatus, Mesocricetus auratus (Rodentia), Homo sapiens (Primates) 

WARTIOVAARA, J. J.; M.D. - Lab. of Exp. Embryol., III. Dept. of Pathol., Univ. of Helsinki, 
Haartmaninkatu 3, 00290 HELSINKI 29, Finland 

a Mechanism of kidney tubulogenesis. Mus musculus (Rodentia) (with L. O. SAXEN, 
E. LEHTONEN and S. NORDLING) 

b Freeze-etching electron microscopy of ribosome - membrane association in liver cells. Rattus 
spec. (Rodentia) (with I. VIRTANEN) 

c Cell surface antigen localization in differentiation and malignancy of embryonic fibroblasts. 
Callus domesticus (Aves) (with A. VAHERI and E. RUOSLAHTI) 

WATTS, G. T.; Ch.M. - Dept. of Surg., Queen Elizabeth Hosp., Edgbaston, BIRMINGHAM 15, 
England 

a Origin of cells in healing wounds. (Mammalia) 

b Relation of regeneration to reactions of immunity. (Mammalia) 

c Nature of wound healing in relation to components involved and responsible (mucopolysac- 
charides and collagen). (Mammalia) 

d Manganese in relation to wound healing. (Mammalia) 

WEAKLY (SHAW), Mrs. B.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Anat., Univ. of Dundee, DUNDEE DDl 4HN, Scotland, 
U.K. 

a Cytochemistry and ultrastructure of developing germ cells. Mesocricetus auratus (Rodentia) 

b Effects of different preparative procedures on ultrastructure of differentiating ovarian tissue. 
Same species as a 

WEBB, F. T. G.; D.Phil. - Marshall Lab., Dept. of Physiol., Univ. of Cambridge, Downing St., 
CAMBRIDGE CB2 3EG, England 

a Control of growth and differentiation of the early embryo in vitro and in vivo. Mus musculus, 
Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 

b Control of egg implantation. Same species as a 

WEBER, K.; Dipl.nat. - Zool.-Vergl. Anat. Inst., Univ. Zurich, Kiinstlergasse 16, 8006 ZURICH, 
Switzerland 

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a Proliferation of imaginal disc cells. Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 

WEBER, R.; Ph.D., Prof. - Div. of Cell and Developm. Biol., Zool. Inst., Univ. ot Bern, Sahlist.8, 

3012 BERN, Switzerland 
a Mechanism of tissue involution during metamorphosis. Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
b Thyroxine and RNA synthesis in tadpole tissues. Same species as a (with G. RYFFEL and 

G. MOILLIET) 
c Cell culture of larval tissues. Same species as a (with W. WAHLI) ,,T^T^r, . 

d Analysis of mRNA in oocytes and differentiated tissues. Same species as a (with G. RYFFEL and 

G. MOILLIET) 
c Hemoglobin transition. Same species as a (with J. SCHWAGER) 

WEBSTER G. C.;Ph.D. - Sch. of Biol. Sci., Univ. of Sussex, Falmer, BRIGHTON BNl 9QG, England 
WECHSLER, W.; Dr.med., Prof. - Max-Blanck-Inst. fur Hirnforsch., Abt. fiir Allgem. Neurol., 

Ostmerheimer St. 200, 5 KOLN 91, B.R.D. (Germany) 
WEGENER, G.; Dr.rer.nat. - Physiol. Lehrst., Zool. Inst, der Univ., BerHnerstr.15, 69 HEIDELBERG, 

B.R.D.' (Germany) • ,^ , 

a Protein synthesis during cleavage, germ band, and organogenesis. Acheta domesticus (Orthoptera) 
b Organisation of energy metabolism and selective synthesis of cytoplasmic proteins in the life 

cycle. Physarum polycephalum (Eumycetozoina) 
WEGMANN, R.; Dr.Med., Dr.Sci., Prof. - Inst. d'Histochim. Med., Univ. Rene Descartes, 45 rue des 

Sts.Peres, 75270 PARIS Cedex 06, France 

also: Dept. d'Histoenzymol., Fac. Fran9aise de Med. et Pharm., B.P.5076, BEIRUT, Lebanon 
a Enzymology and metabolic pathways of morphogenesis (Mammalia) 
b Development of the ovary (Mammalia) 
c Maturation of oogonia (Mammalia) 

WEGNEZ, M.; Dr.es Sci. Centre de Genet. Molec. du CNRS, 91190 GIF-sur-YVETTE, France 
a Mecanismes biochimiques de I'oogenese. Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
WEIDELI, H. J.; Dipl.Phil.II - Abt. Zellbiol., Biozentrum der Univ., Klingelbergstr. 70, 4056 BASEL, 

Switzerland 
a Differentiation and determination; factors involved in embryonic development; mRNA synthesis 

in early stages. Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 
WEISS, R. A.; B.Sc. Imp. Cane. Res. Fund Labs., Lincoln's Inn Fields, LONDON WC2A 3PX, 

England 
a Interactions between oncornaviruses and differentiating cells. Gallus domesticus, Coturnix 

coturnix (Aves), Mus musculus, Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) 
b Social behaviour of cells in vitro. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Mus musculus, Rattus norvegicus 

(Rodentia) 
WELLENSIEK, S. J.; Dr., Ir., Prof. - Dept. of Horticult., Agric. Univ., Haagsteeg 3, P.O. Box 30, 

WAGENINGEN, Netherlands 
a Effects of flower inducing factors (long day, vernalization, very high temperature, gibberellic 

acid) on the blocking in vegetative plants of different genotypes. Silene armeria (Caryophyl- 

WELLMANN, E.; Dr.rer.nat. - Biol. Inst. II der Univ., Lehrst. fiir Bot., Schanzlestr. 9/11, 78 
FREIBURG/Br., B.R.D. (Germany) 

a Light mediated differentiation in tissue cultures. (UmbcUiferae) 

WENDER, M. B.; M.D., Prof. - Inst, of Neurol, and Sensory Organs, Med. Acad., 49 Przybyszevvs- 
kiego St., 60-355 POZNAN, Poland 

a The chemical composition and enzyme activity of developing nervous tissue with special refer- 
ence to the period of myelination. Laboratory animals, Homo sapiens (Mammalia) 

b The influence of ionizing radiation on the developing nervous system. Oryctolagus cuniculus 
(Lagomorpha) 

c Histoenzymatic architectonics of the developing nervous system. Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia) _ 

WFNIGER, J.-P.; Dr. - Lab. de Zool. et d'Embryol. Exp., Univ. Louis Pasteur, 12 rue de TUniversite, 
67000 STRASBOURG, France 

a Cliemical nature of the testicular hormone of the embryo: probably a protein. Gallus domesticus 
(Aves) 

b The role of the hypophysis in hormonal activity of embryonic gonads. Gallus domesticus. Anas 
platyrhynchos (Aves), Mus musculus, Rattus spec. (Rodentia), Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lago- 
morpha) 

VVENSING, C. J. G.; D.V.M., Ph.D. - Vet. Anat. and Einbryol. Inst., Univ. of Utrecht, Bekkerstr. 141, 
UTRECHT, Netherlands 

a Mechanism of testicular descent (histology, biochemistry, tissue culture). (Mammalia) 

b Development of lieart anomalies, especially hypoplasia of right and left heart. (Mammalia) 

WENT, D. F.; Dr.sc.nat. Dept. of Zool., Swiss Fed. Inst, of Technol., Universitatstr.2, 8006 
ZURICH, Switzerland 

a Physiology of pacdogenetic reproduction; sex determination; in vitro culture of ovaries; time- 
lapse cineniatoiiraphy. Heteropeza pygmaea (Diptera) 

WESSFLS, J. G. Il.;^Dr., Prof. Lab. of Bot., State Univ., Kerklaan 30, P.O. Box 14, HAREN (Gr.), 
Netherlands 

a Biochemistry and ultrastructure of sexual morphogenesis, especially in relation to enzyme 
regulation. Schizophyllum commune (Basidiomycetes, Fungi) 

b Biochemistry and ultrastructure of hyphae, synthesis and degradation of wall constituents. Same 
species as a 

WEST, J. D.: B.Sc. - Inst, of Anim. Genet., Univ. of I-dinburgh, West Mains Rd., EDINBURGH 
EH9 3JN, Scotland, U.K. 

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a Developmental fate of different cell populations in chimaeras. Mus niusculus (Rodentia) 

WEST, M. R.; B.Sc. - Muse. Dystrophy Res. Labs., Newcastle Gen. Hosp., NEWCASTLE upon Tyne 

NE4 6BE, England 
a Reaction of normal and dystrophic adult muscle, cultured with newborn or fetal tissues: 

induction and early morphological changes. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
WESTIN, Mrs. M.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Immunol., Wenner-Gren Inst, for Exp. Biol., Pack, 104 05 

STOCKHOLM 50, Sweden 
a Immunological study of individual embryonic proteins, their gene dependence, function, locaUza- 

tion, and appearance in different developmental stages. Paracentrotus lividus (Echinoidea) 
WESTRA, A.; Ph.D. - Zool. Lab., Unit, of Cell Biol, and Morphogen., Univ. of Leiden, Kaiserst.63, 

LEIDEN, Netherlands 
a Chemota.xis and cell aggregation. Dictyostelium spec, Polyspondylium spec. (Acrasiales) 
WEYGOLDT, P.; Dr., Prof. - Biol. Inst. I (Zool.) der Univ., Katharinenstr. 20, 78 FREIBURG, B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
WHITE, Miss J.; M.A. - Dept. of Developm. Biol., Marischal Coll., Univ. of Aberdeen, ABERDEEN 

AB9 IAS, Scotland, U.K. 
a Effects of hydrocortisone on embryonic tissue cells grown in vitro. Gallus gallus (Aves) 
WHITTINGHAM, D. G.; Ph.D. - M.R.C. Mammalian Devi. Unit, Univ. Coll. London, Wolfson House, 

4 Stephenson Way, LONDON NWl 2HE, England 
WIDERSTEN, B.;Fil. Dr. - Zool. Inst., Univ. of Uppsala, Box 561, S-75 122 UPPSALA 1, Sweden 
WIERTZ (HOESSELS), Mrs. E. L. M. J.; Ph.D. - Dienst voor Histol., Fac. der Wetenschappen, 

Rijksuniversitair Centrum, Middelheimlaan 1, ANTWERPEN, Belgium 

also: Fac. of Med., Tongersestr.53, MAASTRICHT, Netherlands 
WIGGLESWORTH, Sir V. B.; Dr., Prof. (Emer.) - Dept. of ZooL, Univ. of Cambridge, Downing St., 

CAMBRIDGE CB2 3EJ, England 

no embryological work in progress 
WIJK, R. van; Dr. - Dept. of Biophys. Chem., State Univ. of Utrecht, Padualaan 8, UTRECHT 2506, 

Netherlands 
a Factors affecting growth rate and length of cell cycle phases of normal hepatocytes and cultured 

hepatoma cells; role of cyclic nucleotides, enzymes and hormones (time lapse microcinemato- 

graphy, DNA photometry, autoradiography). Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
WILBY, O. K.; D.Phil. ~ Dept. of Zool., Univ. of Glasgow, GLASGOW G12 8QC, Scotland, U.K. 
a Simulation of developmental processes at the cellular level, including morphology and determina- 
tion, using a digital computer 
b Cellular and supracellular processes in limb development, especially control of overall form and 

pattern of chondrogenesis (normal, talpid, wingless, Ametapodia strains). Gallus domesticus 

(Aves) 
c Pattern and polarity; control of regeneration and budding (experimental study; computer 

simulation). Hydra littoralis (Hydrozoa) 
WILCOX, M.; Ph.D. - Lab. of Molec. Biol., Med. Res. Council, HUls Rd., CAMBRIDGE CB2 2QH, 

England 
a Development, especially formation and maintenance of compartments in imaginal discs. Droso- 

phila melanogaster (Diptera) 
b Mechanisms underlying the heterocyst pattern. Anabaena spec. (Cyanophyceae) 
WILD, A. E.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Biol., Univ. of Southampton, SOUTHAMPTON S09 5NH, England 
a Protein transmission across foetal membranes. Oryctolagus cuniculus (Lagomorpha) 
WILDE, A. G. de; M.D., Ph.D., Prof. - Dept. of Anat. and Embryol., State Univ. of Groningen, 

Oostersingel 69, GRONINGEN, Netherlands 
a Development of computer programs for the reconstruction, by incremental plotter, of embryonic 

organ structure, 
b Morphogenesis of the palatal and nose regions, studied by means of reconstructions. Mus 

musculus, Rattus norvegicus (Rodentia), Homo sapiens (Primates) 
WILLEMSE, M. Th. M.; Ph.D., Prof. - Dept. of Bot., Agric. Univ., Arboretumlaan 4, WAGENINGEN, 

Netherlands 
a Ultrastructural, histochemical, and comparative study of micro- and macrogametogenesis and 

fertilization. Vaucheria geminata (Xanthophyceae), Equisetum variegatum (Equisetophyta), 

Thuja occidentalis (Cupressaceae), Pinus sylvestris (Pinaceae) 
b Ultrastructural and experimental study of the division and formation of mitochondria in the 

central and egg cell of the archegonium. Pinus sylvestris (Pinaceae) 
WILLIAMSON, D. I.; Ph.D., D.Sc. - Dept. of Marine Biol., Univ. of Liverpool, PORT ERIN, Isle of 

Man, U.K. 
a Laboratory rearing of larval stages; moulting, feeding, number of stages. Palinurus clephas, 

Nephrops norvegicus (Decapoda, Crustacea) 
b Hatching rhythms. (Decapoda, Crustacea) 
WILLIAMSON, R. - Beatson Inst, for Cane. Res., Royal Beatson Mem. Hosp., 132 Hill St., 

GLASGOW G3 6UD, Scotland, U.K. 
a Properties of lens niRNAs; regulation of stability. Gallus domesticus (Aves) (with A. T. H. 

BURNS, R. M. CLAYTON and D. E. S. TRUMAN, Edinburgh) 
WILSON, I. B.: Ph.D. - Dept. of Zool., Univ. Coll. of North Wales, BANGOR, Caerns., Wales, U.K. 
a Establishment of implantation and early pregnancy. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Experimental developmental morphology. Same species as a 

c Morphology and endocrinology of viviparity. Chalcides ocellatus, C. sepoides (Lacertilia) 
WINKLER, L; Dipl.Biol. - Inst. fUr Pflanzenkrankh. und Ptlanzenschutz, Fachgeb. Entomol. und 

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Okol., Techn. Univ., Herrenhiiuser Str.2, 3 HANNOVER-Herrenhausen, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Biochemistry of caste determination. Formica polyctena (Hymenoptera) 
WINTER, G. - I. Zool. Inst, dcr Univ. Erlangen-Niirnberg, Universitatsstr. 19, 852 ERLANGEN, 

B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Comparative embryology. Pycnogonum spec, Ammothea spec, Phoxichilium spec. (Pantopoda) 
WINTER, Miss H.; Dr.rer.nat. - Physiol. Lehrst., Zool. Inst, der Univ., Berlinerstr.l5, 69 HEIDEL- 
BERG, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Characterization of messenger-RNP-particles synthesized durmg oogenesis. Dysdercus intermedins 

(Heteroptera) 
WITHERS, L.; Dr. - Bot. Labs., Univ. of Leicester, Adrian Bldg., LEICESTER LEI 7RH, England 
a Freezing preservation of embryos developing in cell cultures; freezing injury (electron micro- 
scopy) * , , ■ 
WITKOWSKA, Mrs. A.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Embryol., Zool. Inst., Univ. of Warsaw, Krakowskie 

Przedmiescie 26/28, WARSZAWA 64, Poland 
a Preimplantation development in vivo and in vitro. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
b Chromosomal aberrations in embryogenesis. Same species as a 

WOELLWARTH, C. von; Dr.phiL - Miinchingerstr. 5, 7257 DITZINGEN, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Autonome Musterbildung in der Medullarplatte. Triturus alpestris (Urodela) 
b Determination der Kopforgane. Same species as a 
c Entstehung von Situs inversus durch Defekte und verschiedene aussere Einflusse. Same species as 

a 
WOERDEMAN, M. W.; M.D., Prof.(Emer.) - Anat.-Einbryol. Inst., Univ. of Amsterdam, Mauritskade 

61, AMSTERDAM-O., Netherlands 
a Lens development. (Aves; Mammalia) 
WOLBERT, P.: Dr.rer.nat. - ZooL Inst. (I) der Univ., Rontgenring 10, 87 WURZBURG, B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
a Hormone dynamics and imaginal determination of the integument in the pupa during normal 

development and after wounding. Galleria mellonella (Lepidoptera) 
WOLF, R.; Dr. - Zool. Inst. (I) der Univ., Rontgenring 10, 87 WURZBURG, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Time lapse microcinematography and electron microscopy of cleavage, especially the "migration 

cytaster", including experiments by physical noxes. Wachtliella persicariae (Lecidomyiidae, 

Diptera), Pimpla turionellae (Hymenoptera) 
WOLFF (HENNIG), Mrs. Em.; Dr. Sci. - Inst. d'EmbryoL et Teratol. Exper. du C.N.R.S., 49bis Av. 

de la Belle Gabrielle, 94130 NOGENT-sur-MARNE, France 
a Organ culture of cancer tumors taken duectly from the patient: growth factors for long term 

culture; culture on yeast and liver dialysates; fractionation of dialysates of liver extracts. Homo 

sapiens (Primates) 
WOLFF, Et. C; Dr.Sci., Prof. - Inst. d'Embryol. et TeratoL Exp. du C.N.R.S., 49bis Av. de la Belle 

Gabrielle, 94130 NOGENT-sur-MARNE, France 
a Culture in vitro de longue duree de tumeurs malignes en presence et en I'absence d'organes 

embryonnaires. Homo sapiens (Primates) (avec Em. WOLFF) 
b La differenciation et Fintersexualite in vitro et in vivo des gonades embryonnaires par les 

methodes des antihormones et des anticorps. (Aves) 
WOLPERT, L.; Ph.D., Prof. - Dept. of Biol, as Appl. to Med., Middlesex Hosp. Med. Sch., LONDON 

W1P6DB, England 
a Cellular basis of morphogenesis and pattern formation in limb development. Gallus domcsticus 

(Aves) 
WOLTZ, Ph.; Dr.Spec. - Lab. de Morphogen. Veget., Univ. d'Aix-Marseille III, Centre St-Charles, 

place Victor Hugo, 13331 MARSEILLE Cedex 3, France 
a Feuilles composees: 1. correlations morphogenes entre les differentes parties; 2. regeneration a la 

suite de divers traumatismcs des ebauches. Gleditsia triacanthos (Leguminosae) 
WOOLLAM, D. H. M.; M.D., ScD. - Anat. School, Univ. of Cambridge, Downing St., CAMBRIDGE 

CB2 3DY, England 
a Teratology. (Mammalia) 
b Experimental neurology 
WOYKE, J.; Dr.habil., Prof. - Dept. of Biol. Basis of Aniin. Breeding, Fac of Zootechn., Coll. of 

Agric, uL Nowoursynowska 166, WARSZAWA 12, Ursynow, Poland 
a Developmental genetics; sex determination and development of diploid drones. Apis mellifera 

(Hymenoptera) 
b Development of reproductive organs and spermatogenesis of diploid drones (larval and pupal 

stage). Same species as a 
c Pofyploidization of tissues during development of haploid and diploid drones and of queens and 

workers. Same species as a 
d Developmental genetics. Apis ccrana (Hymenoptera) 
e Comparative study of embryonic development and hatching. Apis tlorea, A. cerana indica, A. 

dorsata (Hymenoptera) 
WRBA, H.; Dr.med., Dr.rer.nat., Prof. - Inst, fur Krebsforsch., Univ. Wien, Borschkegasse 8a, Postfach 

72, A-1090 WIEN, Austria 
a Stoffwechsel in vitro. (Rodentia) 

b Eihautbildung, Diffcrenzierung und Missliildung in vitro. (Rodentia) 
c Heterotransplantation. (Rodentia) 
d Diaplacentare Carcinogcnese. (Rodentia) 

WR6BL1WSKA, Miss J.; M.Sc. - Dept. of Embryol., Zool. Inst., Univ. of Warsaw, Krakowskie 
Przedmiescie 26/28, WARSZAWA 64, Poland 

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a Preimplantation development in vivo and in vitro. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 

b Chromosomal aberrations in embryogenesis. Same species as a or,.^iT 

WYL, E.von; Dipl.phil.II - Zool.-Vergl. Anat.Inst. der Univ. Zurich, KUnstlergasse 16, 8006 ZURICH, 

Switzerland . „x,. , oxta 

a Isolation and characterization of low molecular weight RNA and messenger RNA present m 

unfertihzed eggs. Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 
WYLES, Mrs. Ch. WISE; B.Sc.(Hons.) - Zool. Dept., Univ. Coll., Belfield, Stillorgan Rd., DUBLIN 4, 

Ireland 
\VYLIE, C. C; Ph.D. - Dept. of Anat. and Embryol., Univ. Coll. London, Gower St., LONDON 

WC1E6BT, England 
a RNA and DNA metaboUsm during oogenesis and in early embryos. Callus domesticus (Aves) 
b Effect of polyamines on nucleic acid metabolism in oocytes. Xenopus laevis (Anura) 
c Differentiation of primordial germ cells. Same species as b 
d Genes for rRNA in oocyte and embryo. Same species as a 
WYSS, Ch.; Ph.D. - Inst, of Cell Biol., Swiss Fed. Inst, of Technol., Honggerberg, 8049 ZURICH, 

Switzerland 
a Somatic cell genetics. Drosophila spec. (Diptera) , /m , 

WYSS U R ; Dr. - Inst, fiir Pflanzenkrankh. und Pflanzenschutz, Fachgeb. Entomol. und Okol., 

fechn. Univ., Herrenhauser Str.2, 3 HANNOVER-Herrenhausen, B.R.D. (Germany) 
a Film analysis of embryonic development, especially cleavage pattern and hatching behaviour. 

Trichodorus similis, Longidorus elongatus (Nematoda) 
XAVIER MORATO, M. J.; Prof. - Inst, de Histol. e Embriol., Fac. de Med., Av. Prof. Egas Moniz, 

LISBOA 4, Portugal ^^ t..,.., ,x, 

YACOB, A. Y.; M.Sc. - Unit Devi Biol., Dept. of ZooL, Univ. ColL, Belfield, Stillorgan Rd., DUBLIN 

4, Ireland 
a Development of the pseudobranch (electron microscopy, histochemistry). Poeciha reticulata 

(Telcostei) 
YAMADA, T.; D.Sc, Prof. - Dept. de BioL Molec, Inst. Suisse de Rech. Exp. sur le Cancer, rue 

Bugnon 21, 1011 LAUSANNE, Switzerland 
a Factors controlling dedifferentiation and redifferentiation of cultured iris epithelial cells, studied 

by cell injection combined with immunofluorescence for gamma crystallin. Notophthalmus 

viridcscens (Urodela) (with A. GRASSMANN and S. P. MODAK) . . 

b Ultrastructural cytochemistry of cell surface alterations associated with dedifferentiation and 

redifferentiation of iris epithelial cells. Same species as a 
YARDIN M. H.; M.D., D.D.S. - Lab. of Periodontol. Res., Dental Fac, Rennes I Univ., 2 place 

Pasteur, 35000 RENNES, France ^ ^ ..,r.^,r.r^r, 

YOUNG, B. A.; M.D., Ph.D. - Anat. School, Univ. of Cambridge, Downing St., CAMBRIDGE 

CB2 3D Y, England 
a Electron microscopy of the placenta. (Pinnipedia, Cetacea) 
b Electron microscopy of developing endocrine glands. Same species as a 
ZAAYER, Miss J. J. P.; Ph.D. - Lab. for Cell BioL and Histol., State Univ., Rijnsburgerweg 10, 

LEIDEN, Netherlands ^ . 

a Hormonal activity of fetal gonads and adrenal glands with regard to the development ot the 

reproductive tract (organ culture). Cavia porcellus (Rodentia), Homo sapiens (Primates) 
b Hormonal activity of the placenta in organ culture. Cavia porcellus (Rodentia) 
ZACCANTl, F.; Dr., Prof. - Inst, of Zool., Univ. of Bologna, Via S.Giacomo 9, 40126 BOLOGNA, 

Italy 
a Hormonic regulation of ovarian and Bidder's organ oogenesis. Bufo bufo (Anura) 

b Effect of steroids on sex differentiation (autoradiography). Rana dalmatina, R. latastei, R. 
esculenta, Bufo bufo (Anura) ^^,^, r./^inA t* i 

ZACCHEl, Mrs. A. M. - 1st. di Anat. Comp., Univ. di Roma, Via A.Borelh 50, 00161 ROMA, Italy 

a Retinal and neural structures in vitro. Gallus domesticus (Aves), Mus musculus (Rodentia) 

ZACCONE, G.; Dr., Prof. - Inst, of Zool. and Comp. Anat., Univ. of Messina, Via del Verdi 75, 9810U 
MESSINA, Italy .... , 

a Contribution of material for yolk synthesis by follicular cells penetrating into the ooplasm 
(cytochemistry). Octopus loilgaris (Cephalopoda) . „. . 

b Structural and cytochemical modifications of yolk globules during vitellogenesis. Pisania macu- 
losa (Gastropoda) ^ ^. _ ^nn/r r>/-M r^r-XTA 

ZAFFAGNINI, F.; Dr., Prof. - Inst, of Zool., Univ. of Bologna, Via S.Giacomo 9, 40126 BOLUGNA, 

a Oogenesis in parthenogenetic and amphigonic eggs. Daphnia spec. (Cladocera, Crustacea) 

b Endocrine centres, growth, moulting, and gametogenesis. Same species as a 

c Organization of reproductive system and gametogenesis. Limnadia lenticulans (Conchostraca, 

Crustacea), Strongyloides papillosus (Rhabdiasoidea, Nematoda) 
ZAFIRATOS, C; Dr.Sci. - Lab. of Zool., Univ. of Athens, Panepistimiopohs (Kouponia), 621 

ATHENS Greece 
a Behaviour and fate of larval tissues transplanted into developing limb bud. Bufo bufo, B.viridis 

(Anura) . , i. • /^ i n • \ 

b Histology of regeneration after treatment with tritiated thymidine. Dugesia lugubris (Turbellana) 
ZAHLAVA, J.; MUDr., CSc. - Inst, of PathophysioL, Charles Univ., Lidicka 1, 306 05 PLZbN, 

a Developmental changes in the connections between medial geniculate body and homo- or contra- 
lateral cortical auditory areas in the gyrus ectosylvius anterior and medius. Cams familiaris 
(Carnivora) 

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b The different influences of GABA (7-aminobutyric acid) and some convulsants on the cortical 

auditory responses evoked by acoustic or by electrical stimulation of subcortical structures during 

postnatal development. Same species as a 
ZAITZEV, A. v.; Cand.biol.sci. - A.N.Scvertzov Inst, of Evol. Morphol. and Ecol. of Animals, Acad. 

of Sci. of the USSR, Lenin Ave.33, MOSCOW 11 707 1 , U.S.S.R. 
a Specificity of spermatogenesis and oogenesis. Esox lucius (Teleostei) 
b Spermatogenesis and oogenesis in different temperature, ecological, and seasonal conditions. 

various spp. (Teleostei) 
ZAMBRE, S. K.; Ph.D. - Dept. of Physiol., Inst, of Entomol., Czech. Acad, of Sci., Na Folimance 5, 

12000 PRAHA 2, Czechoslovakia 

- Dept. of Zool., Univ. of Poona, POONA, India 
ZEIJST, B. A. M. van der; Dr. - Virol. Group, Fac. of Vet. Sci., State Univ. of Utrecht, Yalelaan 1, 

"De Uithof, UTRECHT, Netherlands 
a Regulation of the cell cycle and its significance for development and differentiation: the role of 

changes in membrane properties and structure, ion- and cyclic nucleotide metabolism. Physarum 

polycephalum (Eumycetozoina), Xenopus laevis (Anura), neuroblastoma cells, Mus musculus 

(Rodentia) (with J. G. BLUEMINK, P. T. van der SAAG, S. W. de LAAT, and Th. F. J. de 

GREEFF (Univ. of Nijmegcn)) 
ZEILMAKER, G. H.; Ph.D. -- Dept. of Endocrinol., Growth, and Reprod., Erasmus Univ., 

P.O.B.1738, ROTTERDAM, Netherlands 
a Egg transplantation. Mus musculus (Rodentia) 

b Development of ectopic trophoblast. Rattus norvegicus, Mus musculus (Rodentia) 
c Energy requirements and fertility of matured oocyte. Same species as a 
d Deep-frozen preservation of embryos and subsequent development. Same species as a 
e Maturation and fertilization of oocytes in vitro. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
ZERBIB, C. - Lab. Sex. et Reprod. des Invertebr., Univ. P.et M.Curie, Bat.G, Tour 32, 4 place 

Jussieu, 75230 PARIS Cedex 05, France 
a Oogenesis. Orchestia gammarellus (Amphipoda, Crustacea) 
ZILCH, R. - I. Zool. Inst, der Univ. Erlangen-Nurnberg, Universitatsstr. 19, 852 ERLANGEN, B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
a Comparative embryology. Thermosbaenacea and other Malacostraca (Crustacea) 
ZILLER (SENGEL), Mrs. C; Dr. Sci. - Inst. d'Embryol. et Teratol. Exper. du C.N.R.S., 49bis Av. de 

la Belle Gabrielle, 941 30 NOGENT-sur-MARNE, France 
a Development and determination of imaginal discs. Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera) 
b Cell activation and cell determination at early stages of regeneration. Dugesia lugubris, Polycelis 

nigra (Turbellaria) 
ZISSLER, D.; Dr.rer.nat. - Biol. Inst. I (Zool.) der Univ., Katharinenst. 20, 78 FREIBURG, B.R.D. 

(Germany) 
2lVK0VI(^, Mrs. N.; B.C. - Lab. of Molec. Biol, and Endocrinol., Inst, of Nucl. Sci. "Boris Kidric", 

P.O. Box 522, 11001 BEOGRAD, Yugoslavia 
a Reaction to X-rays of the reproductive tract in utero (opening of the vagina, luteinization). 

Rattus spec. (Rodentia) 
^NIDARIC!' ((!:ON(!:), Mrs. D.; Dr.biol. - Dept. of Zool., Univ. of Zagreb, Rooseveltov trg 6, 41000 

ZAGREB, Yugoslavia 
a Regeneration of proximal and distal body parts after exposure to ultraviolet light. Pelmatohydra 

oligactis. Hydra vulgaris (Hydrozoa) (with A. LUI) 
b Effect of cosmogen (actinomycin D) and ultraviolet light on viability and regeneration. Pelmato- 
hydra oligactis, P. vulgaris (Hydrozoa) (with A. LUI) 
ZONNEVELD, B. J. M.; Drs. - Dept. of Genet., Univ. of Leiden, Kaiserstr. 63, LEIDEN, Netherlands 
a Developmental genetics of the fruiting bodies. Aspergillus nidulans (Ascomycetes) 
ZOTIN, A. I.; Dr.BioL, Prof. - Lab. of Devi. Biophys., Inst, of Devi. Biol., Acad, of Sci. of the USSR, 

Vavilov St. 26, MOSCOW 1 17334, U.S.S.R. 
a Theoretical prerequisites of the phenomcnolqgical theory of development: 1 . evolution criterion in 

developmental biology; 2. experiments on the dound dissipation function. Xenopus laevis 

(Anura), Saccharomyces cercvisiae (Saccharomycetales) 
b Analysis of non-linear phenomenological growth equation with allowances made for interaction 

of growth, differentiation, and morphogenesis 
ZUBOVA, Mrs. S. E. - Biol. Inst., Lenmgrad State Univ., LENINGRAD 198904, U.S.S.R. 
a Sex differentiation (Chondrostei) 

b The process of gametogenesis under ionizing radiations. (Chondrostei) 

c .. Effect of hypophyscctomy on ovary and testis of the juvenile. Acipenscr ruthenus (Chondrostei) 
ZUCCATOSTA, A.; Dr. - Anthropol. Inst., Univ. of Camerino, Via I'ilippo Camerini 5, 62032 

CAMERINO, Italy 
a Developmental pathology. Homo sapiens (Primates) 
ZUSMAN, 1. N.; Cand.biol.sci. - A.N.Severtzov Inst, of Evol. Morphol. and Ecol. of Animals, Acad, of 

Sci. of the USSR, Lenin Ave.33, MOSCOW 117071, U.S.S.R. 
a Resistance and adaptation of the early embryo. Testudo graeca, T. horsfieldi, Emys orbicularis 

and others (Chelonia), Galius gallus. Anas domesticus, Coturnix coturnix and others (Aves) 



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DIRECTORY OF INSTITUTES 

with Members engaged in Developmental Biology 
(geographical order) 



The Directory is arranged according to: 1) countries; and 2) cities. Within each of these 
categories an alphabetical order is maintained. 

The Directory does not give Institute addresses. These can be found by looking up the 
name of one of the Institute members in the Directory of Names and Addresses. 

Names of Institute members who are not explicitly engaged in developmental biology 
are as a rule not listed, with the exception of the names of Institute directors. 

(*) Asterisks indicate those Institute members who appear in the Directory of Names 
and Addresses with one or more research subjects. If all members of an Institute lack 
asterisks, this usually means that no information has been submitted by the Institute in 
1975. Older information concerning such Institutes may be found in previous issues. 



EUROPE 



AUSTRIA 

Graz, Zool. Inst, der Univ. 

* FACHBACH, G. 

Salzburg, Univ. Salzburg, Bot. Inst. 

KIERMAYER, O. - Prof. 
Lehrk. f. Genet, u. Entw.biol. 

* CZIHAK, G. - Prof. 
Inst. f. Mol. Biol.. Abt. Biol. 

* KRATOCHWIL, K. 

* LUGER,0. 

Wien, Univ. Wien, Inst. f. Krebsforsch. 

* WRBA, H. - Prof.. Dir. 

* DESSER-WIEST, Mrs. L. - Res. Asst. 

* VETTERLEIN, Miss M. - Res. Asst. 

* ELBLING, Miss L. - Res. Asst. 

* MAZZUCCO, K. - Res. Asst. 



BELGIUM 

Antwerpen, State Univ. Center, 

Fac. of Sci., Lab. of Anat. & Embryol. 

* VAKAET, L. C. A. - Prof. 

* CALLEBAUT. M. E. - Doc. 

* HARRISSON, F. - Asst. 
Bruxelles, Univ. Libre do Bruxelles, 

Fac. de Med., Lab. d'Anat. et d'Embryol. Hum. 

PASTEELS, J. J. - Prof. 

MULNARD, J. G. - Prof. 

MILAIRE, J. - Prof. 
Inst, de Stomatol. 

* POURTOIS, M. - Prof. 
Bruxelles (see also Rhode-St.-Genese) 
Gent, Univ. of Gent, 

Fac. of Med., Lab. of Anat. 

FAUTREZ. J. C. - Prof., Dir. 



FAUTREZ-FIRLEFYN, Mrs. N. J. 
DE MAEYER-CRIEL, Mrs. G. 
Dept. of Obstet. & Gynecol. 

* THIERY, M. - Prof., Head 
Louvain, Cath. Univ., Rega Inst. 

* SOBIS, Mrs. H. - Sen. Asst. 
Louvain-La-Neuve, Univ. de Louvain, 
Inst, de Zool., Lab. d'Embryol. 

* PICARD J. J. - Prof. 

Mol, Ctr. d'Etude de I'linergie Nucl., Dept. de 
Radiobiol. 
LEDOUX. L. (Lab. de Biochim. Cell.) 
LEONARD, A. (Lab. de Genet.) 
LURQUIN, P. F. J. - Res. worker 
Rhode-St.-Genese, Univ. Libre de Bruxelles, 
Fac. des Sci., Dept. de Biol. Molec. 

* BRACHET, J. L. A. - Prof., Dir. 

* FICQ, Mrs. A. A. - Assoc. Prof. 

* VAN GANSEN, Mrs. P. - Assoc. Prof. 

* BALTUS, Miss E. J. 

* TENCER, Miss R. - Chef de Trav. 

* HANOCQ-QUERTIER, Mrs. J. A. 

* DECROLY-BRIERS, Mrs. M. - Asst. 

* HANOCQ, Miss F. A. - Asst. 

* GEUSKENS, M. 

* MALPOIX-HIGGINS, Mrs. P. M. 

* ALEXANDRE, H. L. 

* THOMAS, C. 

* HUBERT-VAN STEVENS, Mrs. E. M. C. 

* PAYS-DE SCHUTTER, Mrs. A. G. 

* STEINERT, Mrs. G. 



BULGARIA 

Sofia, Med. Res. Inst. 
ROUSSEV, G. K. 



Assoc. Prof. 



Ill 



Czechoslovakia 



Finland 



CZECHOSLOVAKIA 

Bratislava, Slovak. Acad, of Sci., 
Inst, of Exp. Biol. & Ecol. 

* ERDELSKA, Mrs. O. 
Brno, Czech. Acad, of Sci., 

Inst., of Vert. Zool., Dept. of Morphol. 

* StEJ^BA, O. - Head 

* KRAL, B. - Res. worker 
Kosice, Vet. -Med. Fac, Anat. Inst. 

POPESKO. P. - Prof., Dir. 

* RAJTOVA, Miss V. - Asst. 

* JANTOSOVlCOVA, Mrs. J. - Asst. 
PIzeli, Charles Univ., Fac. of Med., 
Inst, of Histol. & Embryol. 

* SLABY, O. - Prof., Dir. 

* MATfijKA, M. - Doc. 

* SLfPKA, J. - Doc. 

* KOCOVA-PECHAC'KQVA, Mrs. J. - Asst. 
Inst, of Pathophysiol. 

* SOBOTKA, P. - Asst. Prof., Head 

* ROKYTA, R. - Asst. 

* CHALOUPKA, Z. - Asst. 

* ZAHLAVA, J. - Asst. 

* SAFANDA, J. - Sci. worker 
Praha, Charles Univ., 

Fac. of Gen. Med., Dept. of Anat. 

* CihAk, R. - Prof. 

* LEMEZ, L. - Doc. 

* DOSKOCiL, M. - Doc. 

* SEICHERT. V. - Asst. 

* DYLEVSKY, I. ~ Asst. 

* GRIM, M. - Asst. 

* MRAZKOVA-gEVCfKOVA, Mrs. O. - Asst. 

* TRNKOVA, Miss E. - Asst. 

* DRUGA, R. - Asst. 
Inst, of Embryol. 

* VACEK, Z. - Prof., Dir. 

* KRAUS, R. - Asst. Prof. 

* MARTfNEK, J. - Asst. 

* JIRSOVA, Miss Z. - Asst. 

* SEVCENKO, Mrs. G. - Asst. 

* HACH, P. - Asst 

* BRICHOVA-MOLLEROVA, Mrs. H. ~ Asst. 
Inst, of Physiol. 

* StASTNY, F. - Asst. 

Res. Lab. of Psychiat., Div. Einbryophysiol 
CNS 

* SEDLACEK, J. - Asst. Prof. 
Fac. of Sci. Dept. of Exp. Zool. 

* SLADECEK, F. - Prof., Dir. 

* ROMANOVSKY, A. - Assoc. Prof. 

* NEDVfDEK, J.- Sen. Asst. 

* HABROVA-VILfMKOVA, Mrs. V. - Sen. 

Asst. 

* KNf2E, B. - Sen. Asst. 

* PALECek, J. - Sen. Asst. 

* MAcHA, J. - Asst. 

* KNf^ETOVA-MYSLIVECKOVA, 

Mrs. H. - Asst. 
Praha, Czccii. Acad, of Sci., 
Dept. of Physiol. 

NOVAk, V. J. A. - Head 

ROHDENDORF, Mrs. E. - Asst. head 

SLAmA, K. - Res. Assoc. 

SI-HNAL, F. - Res. Assoc. 

ZAMBRE, S. K. - Visit, scient. 
Inst, of Exp. Med., Dept. of Teratol. 

* JELfNEK, R. 

* DOSTAl, M. - Asst. 

* PETl.RKA, M. - Asst. 



Inst, of Pharmacol. 

* Jlf^lCKA. Z. - Scient. 

* PHESLICkOVA. Mrs. M. - Asst. 
Praha, Res. Inst, of Endocrinol. 

* SULCOVA, Mrs. J. - Res. fellow 



DENMARK 

Arhus, Royal Dental Coll., 
Dept. of Anat. 

* KNUDSEN, P. A. - Prof., Head 

* BUGGE, J. - Lect. 

* JOSEPHSEN, K. - Lect. 

Dept. of Dent. Pathol. & Operat. Dent. 

* FEJERSKOV, O. - Prof. 

* THYLSTRUP, A. - Assoc. Prof. 
Dept. of Oral Pathol. 

* ANDERSEN, Miss L. - Asst. Prof. 
Copenhagen, Carlsberg Found., 

Biol. Inst. 

ZEUTHEN, E. - Prof., Dir. 

* HAMBURGER, Mrs. K. - Asst. 
HOLTER, H. 

Copenhagen, Finsen Inst. 

* PETERS, Mrs. H. - Head of Dept. 

* BYSKOV-SJOLTE, Mrs. A. G. 

* HIMELSTEIN-BRAW, Mrs. R. 
Copenhagen, Univ. of Copenhagen, 
Fac. of Med., Anat. Dept.C 

* MOE, H. - Prof. 

* R0MERT, P. - Assoc. Prof. 
Dept. of Biochem.B 

WESTERGAARD, O. 
Inst, of Comp. Anat. 

WINGSTRAND, K. G. - Prof. 

N0RREVANG, A. - Lect. 
Inst, of Gen. Zool. 

* PEDERSEN, K. J. - Lect. 

* JENSEN, P. V. - Lect. 
Copenhagen, State Scrum Inst. 

* BIRCH-ANDERSEN, A. 
State Vet. Serum Lab. 

* BLOM, E. - Head of Dept. 
Copenhagen, Royal Vet. & Agric. Univ., 
Horticult. Dept. 

* WANSCHER, J. H. 
Copenhagen 

* BR0NDSTED, H. V. - Prof. (Emer.) 
Copenhagen (see also Helsing^r) 
Helsing^r, Univ. of Copenhagen, 
Marine Biol. Lab. 

* NIELSEN, C. - Lect. 
Odense, Odense Univ., 
Inst, of Biol. 

* SPENCER, A. N. - Lect. 



ENGLAND (see UNITED KINGDOM) 



FINLAND 

Helsinki, State Scrum Inst., 
Centr. Publ. Health Lab. 

* ROSTEDT, Miss I. B. 
Helsinki, Univ. of Helsinki, 
Dept. of Med. Biol. 

* ANTILA, E. J. - Asst. 
Children's Hosp. 

RAPOLA, M. H. J. - Chief Pathol. 
KAITILA, I. 



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Finland 



France 



KOSKIMIES, O. J. 
III. Dept. of Pathol., Lab. of Exp. Embryol. 

* SAXI^N, L. O. - Prof. 

* KARKINEN-JAASKELAINEN, Mrs. M. 

* WARTIOVAARA. J. J. 

* SAXl^N. Miss I. P. N. - Res. Assoc. 

* LEHTONEN, E. I. - Res. Assoc. 

* NORDLING, S. 

* VIRTANEN, I. 

* VAHERI, A. 

* RUOSLAHTI, E. 
Dept. of Zool. 

PANELIUS, S. - Res. worker 
FORSSKAHL, B. - Res. worker 
Dept. of Zool., Lab. of Exp. Embryol. 

* TOIVONEN, S. I. - Prof. 

* LEIKOLA, A. H. A. - Lect. 
Turku, Univ. of Turku, 

Inst, of Biol. 

KOHONEN, P. J. 
Dept. of Bot. 

* KALLIO, P. 

* LEHTONEN, J. 
Dept. of Forensic Med. 

* RAEKALLIO, J. - Prof.. Chairman 

* MAKINEN-LONNBERG, Mrs. P. L. - Res. 

Assoc. 



FRANCE 

Arcachon, Univ. de Bordeaux I, 
Inst, de Biol. Marine 

* CAZAUX, C. - Maftre Asst. 

* CASTEL, J. 

Aubiere, Univ. de Clermont, 
Lab. de Biol. Anim. 

* LUTZ, H. - Prof., Dir. 

* LUTZ (OSTERTAG), Mrs. Y. - Maftre de 

Rech. 

* HUBERT, J. - Charge de Rech. 
FARGEIX, N. - Maftre Asst. 

* DIDIER (MARTIN), Mrs. E. - Maftre Asst. 

* DAVID (BOGLI), Mrs. D. - Chargee de 

Rech. 

* BRUEL, Mrs. M. T. - Maftre Asst. 

* MEINIEL, R. - Att. du CNRS 

* MEINIEL (BOUTRON), Mrs. A. - Att. 

du CNRS 

* DIDIER. R. - Stag, en Rech. CNRS 

* HI^NOU, Mrs. C. - Asst. 
Azay-le-Ferron, Univ. de Tours, 
Fond. Hersent-Luzarche, Ctr. de Biol. 

* BERTON (PECHEUX), Mrs. F. 

* BERTON, J. P. 
BanyuIs-sur-Mer, Univ. Paris VI, 
Lab. Araso 

* MARTHY, H. J. - Att. de Rech. CNRS 

* BOLETZKY. S. von - Att. de Rech. CNRS 
Besan9on, Univ. de Besan^on, 

Fac. des Sci. et des Techn., 
Lab. de Zool. et Embryol. 

* GOMOT, L. - Prof. 

* BRIDE (VUILLET), Mrs. M. - Maftre Asst. 

* BRIDE, Miss J. - Att. de Rech. CNRS 

* GRIFFOND (ROGNON), Mrs. B. - Att. de 

Rech CNRS 

* MARCHAND, C. R. - Asst. 

* DERAY, A. - Att. de Rech. CNRS 
Bobigny, C. H. U. de Bobigny, 

Lab. de Biol, du Devel. 

* BISCONTE, J. C. 



* CHALUMEAU, Mrs. M. T. - Maftre de 

Conf. 
Bordeaux, Univ. de Bordeaux II, 
Lab. de Biol, et d'Histol. 

STOLE, R. - Prof., Dir. 

MARAUD, R. - Prof. . 

FAUCOUNAU, Mrs. N. - Asst. 
Bordeaux (see also Arcachon, Talence) 
Brest, Univ. de Bretagne Occidentale, 
Lab. de Zool. 

* LUCAS, A. - Prof. 

* LE PENNEC, M. L. M. - Asst. 

* PRIEUR, D. M. - Res. worker 

* LE ROUX, Mrs. S. - Techn. 
Caen, Univ. de Caen, U. E. R. de Sci., 
Dept. de Biol.-Ecol., Lab. d'Enibryol. 

* SIGNORET, J. - Prof. 

* SAUSSEY, M. - Prof. 

* MARTIN, R. P. - Asst. 

* NAMUR, Miss P. - Asst. 

* MOUTON, Miss C. - Asst. 

* LEFRESNE, J. - Collab. Techn. CNRS 
Chatenay-Malabry, Fac. de Pharm. Paris-Sud, 
Lab. de Biol. Cell. 

* MESTRE, J. C. - Prof. 
Lab. de Bot. 

* GUIGNARD, J. L. - Prof., Head 

* LY THI, Miss B. - Maftre Asst. 
Clermont-Ferrand, Fac. de Med., 
Lab. d'Histol.-Embryol., Cytogenet. 

* TURCHINI, J. P. - Prof. 

* MALET, P. - Maftre Conf. 

* PERISSEL, B. - Asst. 

* CHARBONNf-GOETT, Mrs. F. - Asst. 

* GENEIX, A. - Asst. 

* JAFFRAY, J. Y. - Asst. 
POURHADI, R. - Asst. 
NUGEYRE, P. - Asst. 

Clermont-Ferrand (see also Aubiere) 

Creteil, Univ. Paris XII, 

Fac. de Med., Lab. de Biochim. du Tissue Conj. 

* ROBERT, L. - Dir. Rech. CNRS 

* MOCZAR, Mrs. M. - Charg. Rech. CNRS 
Dept. d'Histol.-Embryol. 

* CHEVREAU, J. P. - Prof. 

* CABANIER, Miss M. J. 
Fac. des Sci. 

* LE MOIGNE, A. - Prof. 
Evreux, Ctr. Hosp. d'Evreux, 
Lab. d'Anat. Pathol. 

* GAILLARD, J. A. - Att. de Rech. 
Gif-sur-Yvette, C.N.R.S., 

Lab. de Genet. £vol. et de Biomet. 

* BERREUR-BONNENFANT, Mrs. J. 

* GINSBURGER-VOGEL, T. - Maftre Asst. 

* FRIED (MONTAUFIER), Mrs. M. C. 

* ANDRIEUX, Mrs. N. 

* CARRfi, Mrs. M. C. 
Ctr. de Genet. Molec. 

* DENIS, H. A. 

* WEGNEZ, M. 

* MAZABRAUD, A. - Asst. 

* SIMPSON, Mrs. P. 

Grenoble, Univ. Scient. et Med., Dept. de Biol., 
Lab. de Zool. et Biol. Anim. 

* SENGEL, Ph. - Prof., Dir. 

* CHIBON, P. - Prof. 

* KIENY, Mrs. M. A. SENGEL - Maftre . 

Rech. CNRS 

* BULLlfcRE, D. - Maftre Asst. 

* MANDARON, P. M. - Maftre Asst. 

* MAUGER (GIRARD), Mrs. A. - Maftre 

Asst. 

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* BOUVET, J. L. - Maitre Asst. 

* GEORGES, Miss D. - Maftre Asst. 

* CHEVALLIER, A. D. - Maitre Asst. 

* SAXOD, R. - Maftre Asst. 

* DHOUAILLY, Miss D. - Asst. 

* PAUTOU'(MERIC),Mts. M. P. - Asst. 

* BULLltRE (CHALLANDE), Mrs. F. - 

* BRUGAL, G. J. Y. - Asst. 

* NOVEL, G. 

* SPINELLI, Miss M. M. G. - Ciierch. libre 
Ivry-sur-Seine, Univ. P. et M. Curie, 

Ctr. de Rech. du CNRS, Lab. d'EmbryoL Exp. 

* COLLENOT, A. - Prof. 

* ANDRIEUX, B. - Asst. 

* LAUTHIER, M. - Asst. 

* GOUNON, P. - Asst. 
Lab. de Genet, du Devel. 

* LACROIX, J. C. - Prof. 

* ANGELIER-DELOBEL, Mrs. N. - Att. de 

Rech. 

* LOONES, Mrs. M. T. - Asst. 

* MOREAU, Miss N. - Asst. 

* DENOULET, P. - Asst. 

* MULLER, J. P. - Asst. 
Jouy-en-Josas, C. N. R. Z., 
Lab. de Piiysiol. Anim. 

* SZOLLOSL D. - Prof. Assoc. 
TORRfeS (WINTENBERGER), Mrs. S. - 

Maftre Rech. 
Kremlin-Bicetre, Pac. de Med., 
Lab. d'Histol.-Embryol. 

DAVID, G. ~ Prof. 
Lille (see Villeneuve) 
Lyon (see Villeurbanne) 
Marseille, Univ. d'Aix- Marseille, 
Fac. de Med., Lab. d'Histol.-Embryol. II 

STAHL, A. - Prof. 

CARLON-CROTTE, Mrs. N. - Chef de 
Trav. 

KOPP, F. - Asst. 

MIRRE, C. - Asst. 
Lab. de Morphogen. Veget. 

* NEVILLE, P. A. J. - Prof. 

* WOLTZ, P. - Maitre Asst. 

* ISTAMBOULl, A. - Cherch. 

* AMER, M. - Cherch. 

* EL HAJZEIN, B. - Cherch. 

* BERNARD, J. - Cherch. 
Lab. de Morphogcnet. Anim. 

* CHANDEBOIS, Miss R. - Prof. 

* REYNAUD, G. R. - Maitre Asst. 

* COULOMB-GAY, Mrs. R. - Maftre Asst. 

* HOARAU, F. - Maitre Asst. 

* CORNEC, J. P. - Maftre Asst. 

* HIRN, M. - Asst. 
Station Marine d'Endoume 

* EMIG, C. C. - Charg. Rech. CNRS 
Marseille, Ctr. Univ. de Marscillc-Luminy, 
Lab. d'Histol. et dc Morpliogen. Anim. 

* TH0UVI;NY, Y. R. - Prof. 
Montpellier, fxolc Prat. Hautes ttudes, 
Lab. Ecol. Biogeogr. 

* BONS, J. 

Montpellier, Univ. de Montpellier, 
lac. dc Med., Lab. d'llistol.-Embryol. 

Sl.NTElN, P. - Prof. 

Tl'MPLE, D. - Asst. 

GABRION (TROTIGNON), Mrs. j. B. - 
•Asst. 

ROUY-GRABlf-, Mrs. S. - Asst. 

HARRICANI-VORS, Mrs. M. C. - Asst. 



Montpellier, Univ. des Sci. et Techn., 
Lab. de Neurophysiol. 

* MARTY, R. J. L. - Prof. 

* FULCRAND, J. - Maftre Asst. 
Lab. de Physiol, des Invert. 

VERNET (CORNUBERT), Mrs. G. M. - 
Prof. 
Lab. de Zool. II (Morphol. et 6col.) 

* LEGENDRE, R. - Prof. 

* EMERIT, M. - Maftre Asst. 

* CASSAGNE-MfejEAN, Mrs. F. - Maftre 

Asst. 

* BONARIC, J. C. - Asst. 
Montpellier (see also Nimes) 
Mont-Saint-Aignan, Univ. de Rouen, 
Fac. des Sci., Lab. de Physiol. Anim. 

REBER (PELLt), Mrs. A. - Asst. 
Moulis, Lab. Souterrain CNRS 

* JUBERTHIE, C. - Sous-Dir. 

* JUBERTHIE (JUPEAU), Mrs. L. - Maftre 

Rech. 

* DURAND, J. P. - Charg. Rech. 

* LESCHER-MOUTOUfi, Miss F. - Charg. 

Rech. 

* MUNOZ CUEVAS, A. - Att. Rech. 

* DELAY, B. - Att. Rech. 
Nancy, Univ. de Nancy I, 

Fac. de Med. B, Lab. d'EmbryoI. et Biol. Med. 

* DOLLANDER, A. - Prof. 

* GRIGNON, G. - Prof. . 

* CURY, G. - Charg. Rech. CNRS 

* HATIER (AUTELIN), Mrs. R. - Charg. 

Rech. CNRS 

* IVANOFF-GERARD, Mrs. A. - Asst. 

* GERARD, H. - Asst. 

* GUEDENET, J. C. - Asst. 

* JEANVOINE. Mrs. G. - Asst. 

* FOLIGUET, B. - Asst. 

* MALAPRADE, Miss D. - Coll. tech. 

* CHOFFEL, Miss C. - Stud. 

* FRANCO, Mrs. N. - Biol. CNRS 
Lab. de Zool. Gen. 

* STf:PHAN, F. - Prof. 

* STfiPHAN (DUBOIS), Mrs. F. - Maftre 

Rech. 

* SCHILT, J. - Maftre Asst. 

* BAUTZ (PORTMANN), Mrs. A. M. - 

Maftre Asst. 

* LANOT. R. - Charg. Rech. 

* BAUTZ, A. - Asst. 
Nantes, Univ. de Nantes, 
Fac. des Sci., Lab. d'EmbryoI. 

* LE DOUARIN (CHAUVAC), Mrs. N. M. - 

Prof., Dir. 

* HOUSSAINT, Mrs. E. - Maitre Asst. 

* LELIEVRE, Miss C. S. - Att. Rech. 
TEILLET, Miss M. A. - Att. Rech. 
FONTAINE, Miss J. - Att. Rech. 

Nimes, Univ. de Montpellier, 
Fac. dc Med., Dept. d'Anat. 

* BOSSY, J. G. M. - Prof. 
Lab. d'Histol.-Embryol. 

* GOUGET, P. - Chef de Trav. 
Nogent-sur-Marne, C. N. R. S., 
Inst. d'EmbryoI. et Teratol. Exp. 

* WOLFF, Et. C. - Prof., Dir. Rech. hon. 
WOLFF (HENNIG), Mrs. E. M. - Dir. 

Rech. hon. 

* CROISILLE, Y. - Dir. du Lab. inter. 

* BEAUPAIN (CREPY), Mrs. D. - Charg. 

Rech. 

* BEAUPAIN, R. - Charg. Rech. 



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* BENOIT, J. A. A. - Sous-Dir. Inst. Rech. 

* CUMINGE, Miss D. - Asst. Rech. 

* DESVEAUX-CHABROL, Mrs. J. - Biol. 

* DUBOIS, R. - Sous-Dir. du Lab. 

* FEDECKA (BRUNER), Mrs. B. - Charg. 

Rech. 

* FISCHER, J. L. - Biol. 

* GASC J. M. — Asst. 

* GUMPEL (PINOT), Mrs. M. - Charg. Rech. 

* MARTIN (FORGET), Mrs. C. - Biol. 

* REYSS-BRION (DUCREAU), Mrs. M. 

- Charg. Rech. 

* SALAON, Miss J. - Charg. Rech. 

* SALZGEBER, Miss B. - Maftre Rech. 

* SCHEIE (PFLEGER), Mrs. D. - Maftre 

Rech. 

* SORIANO, L. I. - Maftre Rech. 

* SMITH, E. J. C. - Att. Rech. CNRS 

* STRUDEL, G. - Dir. adj. du Lab. 

* ZILLER (SENGEL), Mrs. C. - Ing. 
Orsay, Lfniv. Paris XI (Paris-Sud), 
Lab. de Biol. Anim. A 

* LENDER, T. - Prof. 

* HUET, C. - Maftre Asst. 

* HUET, M. - Maftre Asst. 

* SAUZIN-MONNOT, Mrs. M. J. - Maftre 

* LAVERDURE, Miss A. M. - Charg. Rech. 

CNRS 

Lab. de Biol.- Vertebres 

* BEAUMONT, A. - Prof. 
HOURDRY, J. - Maftre Asst. 

* REGARD, Miss E. - Asst. 
DAUGERAS, Miss N. - Asst. 

Lab. d'Entomol. et Ecophysiol. Exp. 

* LAUGt, Miss G. - Maftre Asst. 

* PtTAVY. G. - Asst. 

* TERMIER, M. - Asst. 
LN.S.E.R.M. (Inst, du Radium), 
Unite Physiol. Cell. 

* LOMBARD (DES GOUTTES), Mrs. 

M. N. - Chars. Rech. CNRS 

* NADAL, C. - Charg. Rech. CNRS 
Lab. de Zool. 

* BERGERARD, J. - Prof., Dir. 

* BLUZAT, R. R. - Maftre Asst. 

* LABOUR, G. R. - Asst. 

* MAISONHAUTE, C. - Att. Rech. 

* LESPINASSE, R. - Att. Rech. 
Paris, Coll. de France, 

Inst. d'Embryol. Exp. 
(see also Nogent) 

* DAMERON, F. - Charg. Rech. 

* DIETERLEN (LifeVRE), Mrs. F. - Maftre 

Rech. 

* MARIN (LEWIN), Mrs. L. - Charg. Rech. 

* LAZARD (HAUBEN), Mrs. L. - Charg. 

Rech. 

* ZILLER (SENGEL), Mrs. C. - Ing. 
Paris, I^cole Norm. Sup., Lab. de Zool. 

* LAFONT, R. D. A. - Maftre Asst. 

* TARROUX, P. J. - Asst. 

* MAUCHAMP, B. L. - Asst. 

* BLAIS, Miss C. - Asst. 

Paris, Hop. Necker Enfants Malades, 
INSERM U 77, Rech. Pathol. Pediat. 

* ROUSSEAU-MERCK, Mrs. M. F. - Att. 

Rech. 
Paris, Maternite de Port Royal, 
Lab. de Chim. Horm. 
CEDARD (WILLSTAETTER), Mrs. L. - 
Maftre Rech. 



GUICHARD (CHAVENAT), Mrs. A. - Att. 

Rech. CNRS 
IKONICOFF (KAPLAN), Mrs. L. - Charg. 

Rech. INSERM 
ALSAT, Mrs. E. - Chem. 

* HUBERT, Miss C. 
Paris, Museum d'Hist. Nat., 
Lab. de Biol, des Invert. Marins, 

LEVI, C. - Prof. 

* LENIQUE, P. M. - Maftre de Rech. CNRS 

* D'HONDT, J. L. - Att. de Rech. 

* BOURY ESNAULT, Miss N. - Att. de Rech. 

* DOUMENC, D. - Asst. 

* VAN PRAET, M. - Asst. 

Paris, Inst. Natl. Agron., Lab. de Zool. 

PINET, J. M. - Maftre Asst. 
Paris, Inst. Oceanogr., Lab. de Physiol. 

* OLIVEREAU, Miss M. M. A. - Maitre Rech. 
Paris, Univ. Paris V (Rene Descartes), 

Fac. de Med., Lab. d'Anat. 
DELMAS, A. - Prof., Dir. 
PINEAU, H. - Maftre Rech. 
LASSAU, J. P. 

* BASTIAN, D. - Chef de Trav. 
Lab. Biol, du Devi. 

* GALLIEN, C. L. - Maftre Conf. 
U. E. R. Biomed., Lab. d'Embryol. 

* TUCHMANN-DUPLESSIS, H. - Prof. 

* MERCIER (PAROT), Mrs. L. - Maftre 

Rech. 

* ROUSSEL, C. - Chef Trav. 
Inst. d'Histochim. Med. 

* WEGMANN, R. - Prof., Dir. 

* ILIES, A. - Asst. 
Lab. d'Histol.-Embryol. 

* AUROUX, M. - Prof. 
HADJllSKI, P. 

Paris, Univ. Paris VI (P. et M. Curie), 
Inst, de Biol. Mol., 

* SCHERRER, K. - Prof. 
Lab. de Biol, de la Reprod. 

* PANIGEL, M. - Prof. 

* LEGRAND, Miss C. - Asst. 

* GUIET (BARA), Mrs. A. - Asst. 

* CHALLIER, J. C. - Asst. 

* BARA, M. C. - Asst. 
U. E. R. de Biol.-Zool. 

* PAPILLON, Mrs. M. 
Lab. d'Embryol. 

* GALLIEN, L. - Prof., Dir. 

* AIMAR, C. - Maftre Asst. 

* BOUCAUT, J. C. - Maftre Asst. 

* LABROUSSE, J. P. - Maftre Asst. 

* GUILLEMIN, Miss C. - Maftre Asst. 

* GUILLET-BERNARD, Mrs. F. - Maftre; 

Asst. 

* LABROUSSE, Miss M. - Maftre Asst. 

* HUCHON, Miss D. E. - Maftre Asst. 

* BAILLY, Miss S. E. - Maftre Asst. 

* DUPUIS-CERTAIN, Mrs. P. - Maftre Asst. 

* DESVAUX, F. X. - Asst. 

* DELARUE, M. - Asst. 

* GOVAERE, Miss M. C. - Asst. 

* EL KEBIR (YAZID), Mrs. F. 
Lab. de Physiol. Comp. 

JOST, A. D. - Prof. 

* GAREL, J. M. - Asst. 
Lab. de Physiol, des Insectes 

* SCHOELLER (RACCAUD), Mrs. J. - Prof. 
Lab. de Physiol. Metab. et Nutr. 

* PASCAUD, M. ^ Prof. 

Lab. Sexual, et Reprod. des Invert. 

* CHARNIAUX-COTTON, Mrs. H. - Prof. 

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* MEUSY, J. J. - Charg. Rech. 

* PAYEN, Miss G. G. - Charg. Rech. 

* JUNERA, Miss H. - Asst. 

* BLANCHET, Miss M. F. - Asst. 

* LATTAUD, C. - Asst. 

* RICHARD-MERCIER, Mrs. N. - Asst. 

* TOUIR, A. 

* ZliRBIB, C. - Asst. 
Paris, Univ. de Paris VII, 
Lab. d'Anat. Comp. 

DEVILLERS, C. - Prof. 

FRANCOIS, Y. - Prof. 

CLAIRAMBAULT, P. - Maftre Asst. 

CHANCONIE (MAURY), Mrs. M. - Ing. 
CNRS 

CORSIN, Miss J. - Maitre Asst. 

BOULEKBACHE, H. - Asst. 

PINGANAUD (PERRIN), Mrs. G. - Asst. 

PICOUET, Miss M. J. 

RAFFIN, J. P. 
Inst, de Biol. Molec. 

PIPERNO, Mrs. A. 

LUZZATI, D. 
Fac. de Med. Pitie-Salpetriere, 
Lab. d'Immunobiol., Pathol. Gen. et Exp. 

* VIZA, D. 

Fac. de Med. Saint-Antoine, 
Lab. d'Embryol. et de Cytogenet. 

* ROUX C. - Prof. 

* TAILLEMITE, J. L. 

* HORVATH, Miss C. - Res. worker 

Paris (see also Banyuls, Creteil, Orsay, Sannois, 

Villefranche) 
Poitiers, Univ., Fac. des Sci., 
Lab de Physiol. Cell, des Struct. Contract. 

* GARGOUIL, Y. M. - Prof. 

* BERNARD, C. - Maitre Conf. 
Lab. de Physiol, et Genet, des Crustaces 

* LEGRAND, J. J. - Prof. 

* LEGRAND-HAMELIN, Mrs. E. - Maitre 

Conf. 

* JUCHAULT, P. - Maitre Rech. 

* MOCQUARD, J. P. - Maitre Asst. 

* NOULIN, G. - Maitre Asst. 
BESSE, G. - Asst. 

* PICAUD, J. L. - Asst. 

* MARTIN, G. - Stag. Rech. 
Lab. de Zool. 

* COLLIN, J. P. 
Reims, Univ. de Reims, 

Fac. des Sci., Lab. de Biol. Cell. 

GONTCHAROFF, Miss M. - Prof, titul. 

BIERNE, J. - Maitre Conf. 

LKCHENAULT, H. - Maitre Asst. 

PASTISSON, Miss C. - Maitre Asst. 

VERNET, G. - Asst. 

JALOUZOT, R. - Asst. 

RUf., G. - Asst. 
Lab. de Physiol. Anim. 

* JACQUOT, R. L. - Prof. 

* NAGEL, J. - Maitre Asst. 

* SUTTER, B. C. J. - Maftre Conf. 

* PERRH R-BARTA, Mrs. H. ~ Maitre Asst. 

* SUTTl R (DUB), Mrs. M. T. - Asst. 

* FELIX, J. M. - Asst. 

* GALAND, G. - Asst. 

* BILLAT (CARLIIR), Mrs. C. - Coll. Tcchn. 
Rennes, Univ. do Rcnncs, Fac. Sci. Biol. 

Lab. de Biol. Anim. ler Cycle 

* CHAUVIN, G. R. - Maitre Asst. 
Dent. Fac, Lab. of Pcriodontol. Res. 

YARDIN, M. H. - Prof. 



Franc 

DELATTRE, I. P. - Asst. 
PITREL, J. A. - Asst. 
Roscoff, Stat. Biol. 

* BERGERARD, J. - Prof. 

* GERRIER, P. C. - Maitre Rech. 

* DOREE, M. - Maitre Asst. 

* PEAUCELLIER, G. - Asst. 
Rouen, (see also Mont-Saint-Aignan) 
Sannois, Inst. Pasteur, Serv. d'Embryol. Exp. 

RAYNAUD, A. - Dir. Rech. CNRS 

RAYNAUD (CHAULIN-SERVINIERE), 
Mrs. J. - Chef Lab. 

PIEAU, C. - Att. Rech. CNRS 

VASSE, J. - Att. Rech. CNRS 
Strasbourg, C.N.R.S., Ctr. de Neurochim. 

MANDEL, P. - Prof. 
Strasbourg, Univ. Louis Pasteur, 
Mus. Zool. de I'Univ. et de la Ville 

GOUIN, F. J. - Conserv. 

RIEB, J. P. - Conserv.-adj. 
Lab. de Zool. et d'Embryol. Exp. 

* WENIGER, J. P. - Maftre Rech. 
Strasbourg, Unite de Rech. de I'lNSERM 

* HAFFEN, Mrs. K. E. STENGER 
Strasbourg, Univ. de Strasbourg, 
Fac. de Med., Lab. d'Embryol. 

* CLAVERT, J. M. J. - Prof.,Dir. 

* RUCH, J. V. - Maftre Conf. 

* GERLINGER, P. - Chef Trav. 

* CLAVERT, A. J. J. - Chef Trav. 

* GABRIEL-ROBEZ (KREMER), Mrs. O. - 

Chef de Trav. 

* KARCHER (DJURICIC), Mrs. V. - Asst. 
Talence, Univ. de Bordeaux I, 

Lab. de Biol. Anim. A 

* CAMBAR, R. - Prof. 

* GIPOULOUX, J. D. - Prof. 

* GIRARD (DECHAMBE), Mrs. C. - Maitre 

Asst. 

* ALBERT, J. - Maitre Asst. 

* CHAMBOLLE, P. - Maftre Asst. 

* BRUSTIS, J. J. - Asst. 

* LESTAGE, J. - Att. CNRS 
Lab. de Zool. Exp. 

* HAGET, A. - Prof. 

* ROGUEDA (VIGNAU), Mrs. J. - Maitre 

* LOUVET, J. P. - Maftre Asst. 

* ALLtAUME (BORDES), Mrs. N. - Maftre 

Asst. 

* SUCH (RAZIMBAUD), Mrs. J. - Maftre 

Asst. 

* FOURNIER, B. - Charg. Rech. 

* CAVALLIN (THOMAS), Mrs. M. - Charg. 

Rech. 

* TAMARELLE (GARAUDY), Mrs. M. - 

Charg. Rech. 

* RESSOUCHES (SELMfeS), Mrs. A. P. - Ing 

Rech. 

* DAGUERRE de HUREAUX, Mrs. N. - 

Charg. Rech. 

* LASSfeGUES (FLAMAND), Mrs. M. - Asst. 
Toulouse, Univ. Paul Sabatier, U.E.R. Biol. 

Exp., 
Lab. de Biol. Gen. 

* BEETSCHFN, J. C. - Prof., Dir. 

* JAYLET, A. - Maftre Conf. 

* DEPARIS, P. " Maftre Asst. 

* GASSER, F. - Maftre Asst. 

* FERRIER, V. - Maftre Asst. 

* DUPRAT (ESCUDlf ), Mrs. A. M. Charg. 

CNRS 



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* FERNANDEZ, Miss M. - Asst. 
Tours (see Azay) 

Ville d'Avray 

* ROSTAND, J. 

Villefranche-sur-Mer. Univ. de Paris VI, 
Stat. Zool. 

* LALLIER, R. A. - Maftre Rech. CNRS 

* THIRIOT-QUl£VREUX, Mrs. C. 
Villejuif, Inst. Gustave-Roussy, 
Lab. de Physio-Pathol. Cell. 

* GOSWAMI, M. N. D. 

Villeneuve d'Ascq, Univ. des Sci. et Techn. de 

Lille, 
Serv. de Biol. Anim. 

* DURCHON, M. - Prof. 

* MARCEL, R. - Maftre Asst. 

* DHAINAUT, A. - Maftre Conf. 

* BART. A. - Maftre Conf. 

* LHEUREUX, E. - Maftre Asst. 

* MOUZE, M. - Maftre Asst. 
DEFOSSEZ, A. - Asst. 

* BROWAEYS, Mrs. E. - Asst. 
Lab. d'Embryol. 

* CAPURON, A. P. - Prof. 
Lab. de Morphol. Exp. 

* BOILLY, B. - Prof. 
Villeurbanne, Univ. de Lyon I, 
Dept. de Biol. Gen. et Appl. 
Lab. assoc. au C.N.R.S. 

* NIGON, V. - Prof., Dir. 
LEGAY, J. M. - Prof. 

* BRUN, J. L. - Prof. 
DAILLIE, J. - Prof. 

* FOURCHE, J. - Maftre Conf. 

* GODET (NONNENMACHER), Mrs. J. - 

Maftre Asst. 
PONTIER, J. - Maftre Conf. 
GILLOT (PERDRIX), Mrs. S. - Maftre 

PRUD'HOMME, J. C. - Maftre Asst. 
COULON (BUBLEX), Mrs. M. - Att. Rech 

* BLANCHET, J. P. - Maftre Asst. 
PAV£, A. G. - Maftre Asst. 

* DE TURENNE, Miss M. - Att. Rech. 

* VERDIER, G. P. J. - Maftre Asst. 

* FREYSSINET, G. - Asst. 

* SALVADOR, G. F. - Asst. 

* NICOLAS, P. B. G. - Asst. 

* BOSQUET, G. 

* GUILLET, C. 

* CALVEZ, B. 



GERMANY (B.R.D.) 

Aachen. Rhein.-Westf. Tech. Hochschule, 
Med. Fak.. Abt. Anat. 

* BEIER, H. M. - Prof. 

* KUHNEL, W. - Prof. 

* DENKER, H. W. 

* BUSCH, L. C. - wiss. Asst. 
Naturw. Fak., Inst, fiir Zool. 

* SCRIBA, M. E. L. - Prof. 

* HAGENMAIER, H. E. - Asst. 
Bad Godesberg (see Bonn) 
Berlin, Freie Univ: Berlin, 

Med. Fak., II. Anat. Inst. 
MERKER, H. J. -Prof. 
NOACK, W. - Asst. Prof. 
SCHWEICHEL, J. U. - Asst. Prof. 
POSPISIL, M. - Asst. Prof. 
BOROWSKI. R. - Asst. 



Inst. Allg. Zool. Exp. Morphol. 

* DOHLE, W. 

* HAHNENKAMP, L. 

Inst. f. Biochem. u. Mol. Biol. 

TIEDEMANN, H. - Prof., Dir. 

GOTTSCHLING, H. - Asst. Prof. 

FAULHABER, Miss I. E. W. - Prof. 

TIEDEMANN (WAECHTER), Mrs. H. - 
wiss. Asst. 

GRUNZ, H. - Akad. Oberrat 

KNOCHEL, W. - wiss. Asst. 
Dept. of Obstet. & Gynecol., 
Spec. Team Exp. Gynecol. 

* LEMTIS, H. G. - Prof. 
Pharmakol. Inst., Abt. Embr. pharmakol. 

SCHIMMELPFENNIG, K. - Asst. Prof. 
Inst, of Vet. Histol. & Embryol. 

KONZEL, E. - Prof., Dir. 
Zentr. Inst. Biochem. /Biophys. 

SCHMIALEK, P. 
WE Inst. f. Psychol. 

* BOSEL, R. - Asst. Prof. 
Berlin, Schering A. G., 
Dept. Endocr. Pharmacol. I 

* ELGER, W. 

Berlin (see also under GERMANY (D.D.R.) 
Bochum, Ruhr-Univ. 
Lehrst. f. Anat. I 

* HINRICHSEN, K. - o.Prof. 

* MELLER, K. - Prof. 
BREIPOHL, W. - wiss. Asst. 

* CHRIST, B. - Akad.-Oberrat 

* JACOB, H. J. - wiss. Asst. 

* JACOB (LOES), Mrs. M. - wiss. Asst. 
Abt. Biol., Arb.gr. Entw. physiol. Tiere 

* TRAUT, W. - Prof. 
Lehrst. f. Spez. Zool. 

* GRON, G. - Asst. 
Bonn, Bad Godesberg, 

Dtsche Forsch.-u. Versuchsanst. f. Luft- u. 

Raumfahrt E.V., 
Inst, fiir Flugmedizin 

* BRIEGLEB, W. - Arb.leiter 

* NEUBERT, J. - wiss. Mitarb. 
Bonn, Univ. Bonn, 

Anat. Inst., Abt. f. Exp. Biol. 

* WARTENBERG, H. - Prof. 

* GARWEG, G. - Priv.-Doz. 

* KINSKY, Miss I. 

Anat. Inst., Abt. f. Neuroanat. 

FLEISCHHAUER, K. - Prof. 

SCHLUTER, G. 
Braunschweig, Techn. Univ., Zool. Inst. 

* HAUENSCHILD, C. - Prof. 

* MOLLER, W. A. - Doz. 

* LARINK, O. - Oberasst. 

* PFANNENSTIEL, H. D. - Asst. 
Bremen, Univ. of Bremen, 

Genet, und Humangenet. 

* SCHLOOT, W. - Prof. 
Ditzingen, 

* WOELLWARTH, H. C. von 
Diisseldorf, Univ. Diisseldorf, 
Inst. f. allg. Biol. 

* HESS, O. - Prof. 

* SCHWOCHAU, M. E. - Prof. 

* KUNZ, W. - Prof. 

* GLATZER, K. H. - wiss. Asst. 

* SCHAFER, U. - Res. Asst. 

* JOHANNISSON, R. - wiss. Asst. 

* KNUST, Miss E. 

* MISCHKE, D. 



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* RENKAWITZ-POHL, Mrs. R. 

* RENKAWITZ, R. 
Zool. Inst. 

* WADA, S. - Asst. 

Erlangen, Univ. Erlangen-Niirnberg, 
Anat. Inst. 

* MERKLE, U. - Prof. 
Pathol. Inst. 

* BECKER, V. - Prof. 
I. Zool. Inst. 

* SIEWING, R. - Prof., Head 

* KOHLER, H. J. - Asst. 

* ZILCH, R. - Asst. 

* HERRMANN, K. - Asst. 

* APELT, G. - Asst. 

* WINTER, G. - Asst. 

* HEIMLER 
Essen 

* HEESEN, D. te 
Frankfurt, Univ. Frankfurt/Main, 
Fachber. Biol., Arb.gr. Kinemat. Zellforsch. 

* BEREITER-HAHN, J. - Prof. 
Inst. f. Humangenet. 

* DEGENHARDT, K. H. - Prof. 

* SVEJCAR, J. - Prof. 

* KLEINEBRECHT, J. - Doz. 
Zentr. der Morphol., 

* HEINE, H. - Asst. 
Zool. Inst. 

* BRANDLE, K. A. - Prof. 
Freiburg, Univ., Biol. Inst. I (Zool.) 

SANDER, K. - Prof. 
WEYGOLDT, P. - Prof. 
KALTHOFF, K. - Asst. 
VOLLMAR, H. - Asst. 
ZISSLER, D. - Asst. 
KORNER, H. K. 

* GATEFF (ZOLLIKOFER), Mrs. E. A. 
Biol. Inst. II, Lehrst. Bot. 

* MOHR, H. - Prof. 

* SCHOPFER, P. - Doz. 

* WAGNER, E. - Doz. 

* WELLMANN, E. - Doz. 

Inst. f. Humangenet. u. Anthropol. 

* PETZOLDT, U. 
Giessen, Univ., Anat. Inst. 

* OKSCHE, A. - Prof. 

* DUNCKER, H. R. - Prof. 

* PETERS, Th. - Prof. 
Fachber. Biol., I. Zool. Inst. 

* GOTTING, K. J. - Prof. 
Gottingen, Univ., Anat. Inst. 

* KUHN, H. J. - Prof., Dir. 

* BLECHSCHMIDT, E. - Prof. (Emer.) 
STEDING, G. - Prof. 

SEIDL, W. E. - Asst. 

BLECHSCHMIDT, M. - Asst. 
I. Physik. Inst. 

HOMANN, H. A. - Guest worker 
Hamburg, Univ., 
Med. I'ak., Anat. Inst. 

HORSTMANN, E. - Prof., Dir. 

HOLSTEIN, A. F. - priv. Doz. 

BRFUCKl'R, MissH. 
Abt. f. Neuroanat. 

* L1FRSF,W. - Prof., Head 

* BAUMGARTEN, H. G. - Prof. 

* KAUIMANN, P. - priv. Doz. 
Univ.-I-'rauenklinik 

* STl.GNER, H. 1,. - Prof. 
Inst. f. Hydrobioi. u. Fisch.vviss. 

LILLELUND, K. - Prof., Dir. 



Germany (B.R.D.) 

* BRAUM, E. - Doz. 
Hannover, Techn. Univ., 
Fachgeb. Entomol. u. Okol., 

Inst. f. Pflanzenkrankh. u. Pflanzenschutz 

* SCHMIDT, G. H. - Prof. 

* WINKLER, I. - wiss. Asst. 

* WYSS, U. R. - wiss. Asst. 
Heidelberg, Univ., 

Bot. Inst. 

* BOPP, M. - Prof., Dir. 

* ABEL, W. - wiss. Rat 
CAPESIUS, Miss I. - Asst. 
BEIDERBECK, R. - Akad. Rat 
KNOOP, B. - Asst. 

Physiol. Lehrst., Zool. Inst. 

* DUSPIVA, F. - Prof., Dir. 

* SCHNETTER, W. - Asst. 

* WEGENER, G. - Asst. 

* JANTZEN (WILKENS), Mrs. H. L. M. - 

* WINTER, Miss H. - Asst. 
Heidelberg, German Cane. Res. Ctr., 
Inst, of Cell Res. 

* SEKERIS, C. E. - Prof. 

* PETZELT, C. P. - Asst. 
Karlsruhe, Univ. (T.H.), Zool. Inst. II 

* HANKE, W. - Prof. 

* SCHULTHEISS, H. 
Kassel, Univ., 

Arb.gr. Pflanzenphysiol. 

* STANGE, Miss L. - Prof. 
Kiel, Univ. Kiel, Med. Fak., 
Anat. Inst. 

* PEHLEMANN, F. W. - Prof. 

* GAUDECKER, Miss B. von - priv. Doz. 
Koln, Max-Planck Inst. f. Hirnforsch., 
Abt. f. allg. Neurol. 

WECHSLER, W. - Prof. 
Koln, Univ. zu Koln, 
Anat. Inst. 

* KOEBKE, J. - wiss. Asst. 

* KURRAT, H. J. - wiss. Asst. 
Inst. f. Entw.physiol. 

* HARTE, Miss C. - Prof. 

* HOFMANN, D. K. - Asst. 

* PRZYBYLLOK, Th. - Asst. 

* DENNHOFER, Mrs. L. - wiss. Asst. 

* VIELL, B. - wiss. Asst. 
Zool. Inst. 

* EGELHAAF, A. - Prof. 

* NEUMANN, D. - Prof. 
KUHN, O. - Prof. (Emer.) 

* ENGLANDER, H. - Prof. 

* VAHS, W. - Prof. 

* ANTON, H. J. - Prof. 

* JOHNEN, Miss A. G. - Prof. 

* HARTWIG, H. - Prof. 

* FISCHER, A. - Prof. 

* COLLN, K. - Asst. 

* HARTMANN, R. - Asst. 

* KUTHE, H. W. - Asst. 

* LOHMANN, K. - Asst. 
Konstanz, Univ., Fachber. Biol., 
Abt. Entwicklungsbiol. 

* SAUER, H. W. - Prof. 
Mainz, Univ., 

Anat. Inst. 

* VOLLRATH, L.-o. Prof. 
Inst. f. spez. Bot. 

* HACCIUS, Miss B. 
Inst. f. allg. Zool. 

ANDRES, G. - Prof. 



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Marburg, Univ., 
Anat. Inst. 

PHTRY, G. - Prof., Dir. 
Physiol.-Chem. Inst. I 

* KOOLMAN, J. - Asst. 

* SCHELLER, K. - Asst. 
FRAGOULIS, E. - Res. Asst. 
RICHTER, K. H. - Asst. 

Zool. Inst. 

KOECKE, H. U. - Prof., Dir. 
SEIDEL, F. - Prof. (Emer.) 

* KIRCHNER, C. - Doz. 
KOCH, P. - Asst. 
SEITZ, K. A. - Asst. 

Martinsried, Max-Planck Inst. f. Biochem. 
Dept. of Insect Biochem. 

* REMBOLD, H. - Prof. 
Miinchen, Univ., 

Zool. Inst. 

* BOHN, H. 
MORITZ, K. B. 

Miinster, Univ., 
Inst. f. Humangenet. 

LENZ, W. - Prof., Dir. 

* PAWLOWITZKI, I. H. - Prof. 
Zool. Inst. 

* ENGELS, W. - Prof. . 

* FIORONI, P. - o.Prof. 

* RIBBERT, D. - Doz. 

* JANNING, W. - Doz. 

* BOTTKE, W. - Asst. 

* MAYS, U. - Asst. 

* BUNING, J. - Asst. 

Zool. Inst. Arb.gr. Muskelphysiol. 

* BEINBRECH, G. - Prof. 
Osnabriick, Univ., 
Naturvv. Abt. 

* TRUCKENBRODT, W. - Akad. Oberrat 
Regensburg, Univ., Fachber. Biol. 

* HANSEN-DELKESKAMP, Mrs. E. 
Saarbriicken, Univ. des Saarlandes, 
Inst, flir Genet. 

* KROEGER, H. - Prof., Dir. 

* LEIBENGUTH, F. - Prof. 

* ROBERT, M. - Asst. Prof. 

* BOSSHARD, N. U. - Collab. 

* BEYSE, J. - Collab. 

* SEYDEWITZ, H. H. - Collab. 

* BILO, Mrs. A. - Grad. Stud 

* MOLLER, G. H. - Grad. Stud. 

* TROSCH, W. - Grad. Stud. 

* BEETZ, Mrs. B. - Grad. Stud. 

* STEINMETZ, H. - Grad. Stud. 
Fachber. Biol. (Zool.) 

* DEWES, E. 
Starnberg, 

Bayer. Landesanst. f. Fisch. 

FLUCHTER, J. 
Stuttgart, Univ. Hohenheini (LH), 
Inst. f. Histol. u. Embryol. 

* KNESE, K. H. - Prof., Dir. 
Tiibingen, Max-Planck Inst. f. Virusforsch., 

Abt. Ill 

* BEUG, H. 

Tiibingen, Max-Planck Inst. f. Biol. 

BEERMANN, W. Prof. 
Tiibingen, Univ., Inst. f. Biol. Ill, 
Lehrst.Zoophysiol., Abt. 
Verhaltensphysiol. 

* PETERS, H. M. - Prof. 
Zool. Inst. 

* SCHWARTZ, V. - Prof. 



NETZEL, H. E. M. 
Ulm, Zentr. Klin. Morphol. 

KOCHER-BECKER, Mrs. U. 
Wilhelmshaven, Max-Planck Inst. f. Zellbiol. 

* SCHWEIGER, H. G. - Prof., Dir. 
Wiirzburg, Univ., Med. Fac, 

Dept. of Anat. 

* SCHIEBLER, T. H. - Prof., Head 
Zool. Inst. (I) 

* KRAUSE, G. - Prof. (Emer.) 

* KOCHER, W. - Prof. 

* EMMERT, W. - Prof. 

* JUNG, E. - Akad. Oberrat 

* WOLF, R. - Asst. 

* WOLBERT, P. - Asst. 

* NUSS, Mrs. E. - Asst. 



GERMANY (D.D.R.) 

Berlin (see also under GERMANY (B.R.D.)) 
Jena, I-riedr. Schiller Univ., 
Sekt. Biol.-Pflanzenphysiol. 

* AUGSTEN, H. - Prof. 
Rostock, Univ., Med. Bereich, 
Anat. Inst. 

* SCHUMACHER, G. H. - Prof., Dir. 

* FANGHANEL, J. - Oberarzt 

* I'REUND, Mrs. E. - wiss. Mitarb. 



GREECE 

Athens, Univ., Fac. of Sci., 
Zool. Lab. & Museum 

KIORTSIS, V. - Prof., Dir. 
* ZAFIRATOS, C. 

VEINI (HARITOS), Mrs. M. - Asst. 



HUNGARY 

Budapest, Children's Hosp. "Paul Heim", 
Dept. of Congen. Malform. 

BERNDORFER, A. - Chief Surgeon 
Budapest, Hung. Acad, of Sci., 
Inst, of Exp. Med., Morphol. Dept. 

* GY^VAI (T6TH), Mrs. A. T. - Res. worker 

* BUKULYA, B. 

Inst, of Exp. Med., Pathophysiol. Dept. 

* STARK, E. 
MIHALY, K. 

Budapest, Res. Inst. f. Pharm. Chem. 

* DRUGA (PUSZTASZERI), Mrs. A. 
Budapest, Semmelweis Univ., 

Dept. of BioL 

* CSABA, G. - Prof. 

* TOROK, L. J. - Asst. Prof. 

* RADOS, I. - 1st Asst. 
Pecs, Med. Univ., 

Anat. Dept. 

* SZI'KELY, g. 
Szeged, Univ. Med. School, 
Dept. of Anat. 

* CSILLIK, B. - Prof., Chairman 

* kAlmAN, G. - Res. Asst. 

* KNYIHAR, Miss E. - Res. Asst. 

* GAJ6, Miss M. - Res. Asst. 

* NYIRI, S. - Res. Asst. 
Tapioszele, Natl. Inst, of Agrobot. 
Tissue Cult. Lab. 

* HESZKY, L. E. - Head 

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IRELAND 

Dublin, Univ. Coll., 
Zool. Dept. 

* RAMSAY (KUNZ), Mrs. Y. W. - Lect. 

* DUKE, E. J. — Lect. 

WISE (WYLES), Mrs. C. - Res. Asst. 

* AL-ADHAMI, M. A. 

* YACOB, A. Y. 



ITALY 

Arco Felice (Napoli) 
Cons. Naz. delle Ricerche, 
Lab. of Molec. Embryol. 

MONROY, A. - Prof. 

MILLONIG, G. 

AUGUSTl (TOCCO), Mrs. G. 

* DE PETROCELLIS, Miss B. 
GRIPPO, P. - Invest. 
GERACI, G. 
METAFORA, S. 

* PARISI, E. 
Bari, Univ. of Bari, 

Fac. of Med., Inst. Human Anat. 

* AMPRINO, R. M. - Prof., Dir. 

* CAMOSSO, Miss M. E. - Prof. 

* MITOLO, V. - Asst. 

* RONCALl, Miss L. - Asst. 

* AMBROSE G. - Asst. 
Bologna, Univ., 

Fac. of Sci., Inst, of Zool. 

* VANNINI, E. - Prof., Dir. 

* STAGNI, Miss A. - Prof. 

* ZAFFAGNINI, F. - Prof. 

* GRASSO, M. - Prof. 

* GARDENGHI, G. - Prof. 

* ZACCANTl, F. - Prof. 

* Dl GRANDE, Miss F. - Asst. 

* SABELLl, B. - Asst. 
Camerino, Univ., 
Anthropol. Inst. 

* TESTA-BAPPENHEIM, I. - Prof., Dir. 

* ZOCCATOSTA, A. - Res. 

* ClOPPETTINl (CONTl), Mrs. M. - Res. 
Catania, Univ., 

1st. di Anat. Uman Norm. 

* PASSAPONTl, A. - Prof., Dir. 

* MARRARO (CARNAZZA), Mrs. M. L. - 

Asst. Prof. 

* SERRANTINO (DI DINO). Mrs. G. - Res. 

* lANNELLO, Miss A. - Res. 
1st. di Zool. e Anat. Comp. 

RANZOLl, F. - Prof. 

DE LUCA, V. - Prof. 

SICHEL, G. - Prof. 

BARBAGALLO (PATTl), Mrs. I. - Asst. 

VISCUSO, Miss R. - Asst. 
l-errara, Univ., 

Fac. of Med. & Surg., Inst, of Histol. & Gen. 
Embryol. 

* CARINCI, P. - Prof., Dir. 

* MARIANI, Mrs. G. - Asst. 

* BECCHl'TTl, E. - Asst. 

* EVANGELISTI, Miss R. - Res. 
Fac. of Sci., Inst, of Comp. Anat. 

* RAUNICH, L. - Prof. 

* SALVATORELLI, G. - Asst. 
1st. di Zool. 

COLOMBO, G. - Prof., Dir. 
PlNAMONTl. S. Prof. 



Italy 
MICCIARELLI (SBRENNA), Mrs. A. - 

FONTANA, F. - Asst. 

SBRENNA, G, - Asst. 
Genova, Univ., 
1st. di Anat. Comp. 

* MINGANTI, A. - Prof. 

* FALUGl, Mrs. C. - Res. worker 

* RAINERI, Miss M. - Res. worker 
1st. di Zool. 

* DELLA CROCE, N. - Prof. 

* BETTANIN (BELGRANO), Mrs. S. - Asst. 

* GAINO, Miss E. - Asst. 
L'Aquila, Univ., Inst, of Gen. Biol. 

PETRUCCl, D. 
Messina, Univ., 
Fac. of Sci., 1st. Idrobiol. 

COSTANZO, G. - Asst. 
Inst, of Zool. & Comp. Anat. 

* BOLOGNARl, A. - Prof., Dir. 

* ALBANESE (CARMIGNANI), Mrs. M. P. - 

Prof. 

* ZACCONE, G. - Prof. 

* DONATO (CELl), Mrs. A. - Asst. 

* CONTINI, Miss A. 
Milano, Univ., 

Fac. of Med., 11. Inst, of Human Anat. 

* PANNESE, E. - Prof. 
Fac. of Sci., Inst, of Genet. 

BARIGOZZI, C. - Prof., Dir. 
HALFER, Miss C. - Asst. 
FACCIO (DOLFINI), Mrs. S. - Asst. 
MOSNA, Miss G. - Res. fellow 
1st. di Sci. Bot. 

marr£, E. 

Modena, Univ., Fac. di Sci. Fis. Mat. e Nat., 
Inst, of Comp. Anat. 

* BAFFONI, G. M. - Prof. 

* MARINE Miss M. - Asst. 

* BERTOLANI, R. - Asst. 

* BENEDETTl, I. - Asst. 

* OTTAVIANl, E. - Asst. 

* TREVISAN, P. - Asst. 
Napoli, Univ., II. Fac. of Med., 
1st. di Anat. Umana Norm. 

BORGHESE, E. - Prof., Dir. 
Fac. di Sci., 1st. Istol. ed Embriol. 

* GHIARA, G. - Prof. 

* TADDEl, C. 

* FILOSA (PARISI), Mrs. S. 

* CAMPANELLA, Mrs. C. - Asst. 
1st. e Musco di Zool. 

CHIEFFI, G. - Prof. 
Napoli (see also Arco Felice) 
Padova. Univ., Fac. di Sci., 
1st. di Biol. Anim. 

* SABBADIN, A. - Prof. 
LEVIS, A. G. - Prof. 

* SALA, M. - Asst. Prof. 

* COLOMBERA, D. - Asst. Prof. 

* COLOMBO, L. - Asst. 

* DANIILI, G. A. - Asst. 

* BURIGHEL, P. - Asst. 
Palermo, Univ., Fac. di Sci., 
1st. di Anat. Comp. 

* GIUDICE, G. - Prof., Dir. 

* MUTOLO, V. - Assoc. Prof. 

* VlTTORELLl, Miss M. L. - Asst. Prof. 

* RlNALDl, Miss A. M. - Asst. Prof. 

* COGNETTl, G. - Asst. Prof. 

* PUCCl (MINAFRA). Mrs. 1. - Asst. Prof. 

* SCONZO, Mrs. G. - Asst. Prof. 



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Italy 



* PIRRONE, Mrs. A. M. - Asst. Prof. 

* RAMIREZ, F. - Asst. Prof. 
1st. di Biol. Gen. 

* MANCUSO, V. - Prof., Dir. 

* GIANGUZZA, M. 

* DOLCEMASCOLO, G. 
1st. di Istol. ed Embriol. 

D'AMELIO, V. - Prof. 

D'ANCONA (LUNETTA), Mrs. G. - Asst. 

Prof. 
MINAFRA, S. - Asst. Prof. 
DI STEFANO, L. - Asst. Prof. 
MUSMECI, Miss M. T. - Res. Assoc. 
1st. di Zool. 

* ORTOLAN!, Miss G. - Prof., Dir. 

* REVERBERI, G. - Prof. 

* FARINELLA (FERRUZZA), Mrs. N. - 

Prof. 

* PATRICOLO, Miss E. - Prof. 

* MANSUETO (BONACCORSO), Mrs. C. - 

Prof. 

* CUSIMANO (CAROLLO), Mrs. T. - Prof. 

* DURANTE, Miss M. C. - Prof. 

* D'ANNA, T. - Asst. Prof. 

* LA SPINA (D'ANNA), Mrs. R. - Asst. Prof. 

* MAJORCA (MONTELEONE), Mrs. A. - 

Asst. 

* PUCCIA, E. - Asst. 

* VILLA, Miss L. - Asst. 

* DE LEO, G. - Asst. 

* FARINA, Miss E. - Res. 
Parma, Univ., Fac. di Sci., 
1st. di Zool. 

SCHREIBER, B. - Prof., Dir. 

RINALDI, Miss L. - Asst. 
Pavia, Univ., 
Fac. di Med., Clin. Dermatol. 

SERRI, F. - Prof., Chairman 

GIANNETTI, A. - Asst. 

CERIMELE, D. - Asst. 
Fac. Biol. Sci., 1st. Istol. ed Embriol. 

MAN FR EDI (ROMANINI), Mrs. M. G. - 
Prof., Dir. 

FRASCHINI, Miss A. ~ Prof. 

PORCELLI, Miss F. - Asst. 

BERNOCCHI, Miss G. - Asst. 
Fac. of Sci., Inst. Comp. Anat. 

* GERZELI, G. - Prof. 
Perugia, Univ., 

Fac. di Sci., 1st. Anat. Comp. 

* BONDI, C. - Prof., Dir. 

* MARINELLI, Mrs. M. - Asst. 

* VAGNETTI, Mrs. D. - Asst. 

* FARNESI, Miss R. M. - Asst. 

* TEI, Mrs. S. - Asst. 
1st. di Biol. Gen. 

* LIOTTI, F. S. - Prof.. Dir. 

* MIGLIORINI (BRUSCHELLI), Mrs. G. - 

* BIAGIONI, Mrs. M. - Asst. 

* ROSI, Miss G. - Asst. 
1st. di Istol. ed Embriol. Gen. 

CARUSO, A. - Asst. 

LOCCI, Miss P. - Res. 

BODO, Miss M. A. - Res. 
Pisa, Univ., 
Inst, of Genet. 

* CIONINI, P. G. - Asst. 
Inst, of Histol. & Embryol. 

* MANCINO, G. - Prof. 

* BARSACCHI (PILONE), Mrs. G. 

* NARDI, Mrs. L 



* GIORGI, F. 

* RAGGHIANTI, Miss M. 
1st. di Zool. e Anat. Comp. 

NOBILI, R. - Prof., Dir. 

BENAZZL M. - Prof. 

BENAZZI (LENTATI), Mrs. G. - Prof. 

PUCCINELLI, Mrs. I. ~ Asst. 

SCALI, V. - Asst. 

MAZZA, M. - Res. Assoc. 

LUPORINL P. - Asst. 

DINI, F. - Asst. 

GREMIGNI, V. - Asst. 
Roma, Univ., 
Fac. di Sci., 1st. di Anat. Comp. 

* STEFANELLI, A. - Prof., Dir. 

* ZACCHEI, Mrs. A. M. - Lect. 

* FILONI, S. - Asst. 

* ALI-EI (TORCIA), Mrs. L. 
1st. di Biol. Gen. 

SPIRITO, A. - Prof., Dir. 

* SANTORO (D'ANGELO), Mrs. L. - Asst. 

Prof. 

* GULLUNI CUOMO, Mrs. M. - Asst. 
1st. di Zool. "F. Raffaele" 

* MANELLI, H. - Prof., Dir. 

* PASQUINI, P. - Prof. 

* MASTROLIA, Mrs. L. - Asst. Prof. 

* MILANO-GRASSI, Mrs. E. - Instr. 

* SCOPELLITI, R. - Asst. 

* NICOTRA, Miss A. - Asst. 

* ACCORDI, Miss F. - Asst. 

* DE MATTHAEIS, Mrs. E. - Asst. 

* CORUJO ANTELO, Miss A. 

* SENATORI, Miss O. - Res. worker 

* GALLO, Miss V. - Res. worker 

* FERRINI, U. - Res. Assoc. 
II. Chair of Histol. & Embryol. 

* RUSSO-CAIA. S. - Prof. 
Sassari, Univ., 

Fac. di Sci., 1st. di Zool. 

* LEPORI, N. G. - Prof., Dir. 

* PALA, Miss M. - Asst. 

* LISSIA (FRAU), Mrs. A. M. - Asst. 

* ARRU, Miss A. - Asst. 
Torino, Univ., 

Fac. of Med., 1st. Anat. Umana Norm. 

* FILOGAMO, G. - Prof., Dir. 
CANTING, D. - Asst. 

* GIACOBINI, G. - Asst. 

* ROBECCHI GIACOBINI, Mrs. M. G. - Asst. 

* SISTO DANEO , Mrs. L. - Asst. 

* TORRE, C. - Asst. 
Cell & Molec. Biol. Lab. 

* COMOGLIO, P. M. 

* BERTINI, Miss M. - Asst. Prof. 

* PRAT, Miss M. - postgrad. Res. Fellow 

* TARONE, G. - Asst. 
1st. Chim. Biol. 

* RINAUDO, M. T. - Prof. 
1st. di Istol. ed Embriol. Gen. 

MARCHISIO, P. C. - Lib. doc. 

GREMO, Miss F. - Asst. Prof. 
Fac. of Sci., 1st. di Istol. ed Embriol. 

GUARD ABASSI, Miss A. - Prof., Dir. 

CAMPANTICO, E. - Asst. 

GUASTALLA, Miss A. - Grad. stud. 
Fac. Vet. Med., 1st. di Istol. Embriol. Gen. 

BARASA, A. 
Trieste, Univ., 
1st. di Zool. e Anat. Comp. 

GHIRARDELLI, E. - Prof., Dir. 

RADO LUSER, Mrs. G. - Asst. 



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DI MARCOTULLIO, A. - Asst. 
GRAZIOSI, G. - Asst. 



NETHERLANDS 

Amsterdam, Neth. Centr. Inst, for Brain Res. 
ARIENS KAPPERS, J. - Prof., Dir. 

* CORNER, M. A. - Head Lab. Develop. 

Physiol. 

* BAKER, R. E. - Sen. staff member 

* BAKHUIS, W. L. - Lab. Develop. Physiol. 
Amsterdam, Univ. of Amsterdam, 
Med. Fac, Anat. -Embryol. Inst. 

* LIMBORGH, J. van - Prof., Dir. 

* WOERDEMAN, M. W. - Prof. (Emer.) 

* TRAMPUSCH, H. A. L. - Sen. Lect. 

* LOS, J. A. - Sen. Lect. 

* DRUKKER, J. - Sen. Lect. 

* MADJEREK, Z. S. - Res. Assoc. 

* TONNEYCK (MULLER), Mrs. I. - Asst. 

* LAANE, H. M. - Asst. 

* ROEST (WAGENAAR), Mrs. J. A. - Asst. 

* HARREBOMEE, Mrs. A. E. - Res. Assoc. 

* CHARLES, R. - Res. Assoc. 

* DESTREE, O. H. J. - Asst. 
Histol. Lab. 

STEGEMAN, Mrs. J. H. J. 
Dept. of Obstet. & Gynecol. 

* NAAKTGEBOREN, C. - Sen. Sci. Off. 

* BONTEKOE, Miss E. H. M. 
Fac. of Sci., Zool. Lab. 

RAAMSDONK, W. van - Sci. worker 
Amsterdam, Vrije Univ., Med. Fac, 
Lab. Anat. -Embryol. 

* NIE, C. J. van 
Bilthoven, Natl. Inst. Publ. Health 
Dept. Teratol. & Pharm. Pathol. 

* PETERS, P. W. J. 
Groningen, Univ., Med. Fac, 
Dept. Anat. & Embryol. 

* WILDE, A. G. de - Prof., Head 

* PLEEGING, J. H. 

* GLAS P. 

* JONGH, H.J. de - Lect. 
Dept. Pediat., Lab. Develop. Biochem. 

KRAAN, G. P. B. 
Groningen (see also Haren) 
Haren (Gr,), Univ., Genet. Inst. 

* PIJNACKER, L. P. - Sen. Sci. Off. 

* TEMPELAAR, M. J. - Sci. Off. 

* FEIERTAG (KOPPEN), Mrs. C. C. M. 
Fac. of Sci., Bot. Lab. 

* WESSELS, J.G. H. - Prof. 

* SIETSMA, J. H. - Res. Assoc 

* VRIES, O. M. H. de - Res. Assoc. 

* VALK, P. van der - Res. Assoc. 

* DATEMA, R. - Res. Assoc. 
Leiden, State Univ., 
Lab. Cell Biol. & Histol. 

* GAILLARD, P. J. - Prof., Dir. 

* ZAAYKR, Miss J. J. P. - Lect. 

* THESINGH, Miss C. W. - Sen. Sci. Off. 

* BURGER, Mrs. E. H. - Sci. worker 

* SCHERIT, J. P. - Reader 

* OKKER (REITSMA), Mrs. G. H. - Sci. 

worker 

* NIJWEIDE, P. J. - Sci. worker 

* VALKEMA-PORRl-NGA, Mrs. I'. C. - Sci. 

worker 

* BRINKMANN, A. O. - Sci. worker 

* V1:GT, G. B. - Sci. worker 
Lab. of Med. Chem. 

* ROOY, R. E. de 122 



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Dept. of Obstet. & Gynecol. 

* GEBHARDT, D. O. E. - Biochem. 
Fac. of Sci., Bot. Lab. 

* SIEBERS, A. M. 
Genet. Lab. 

* BREUGEL, F. M. A. van - Sci. worker 

* ZONNEVELD, B. J. M. - Sci. worker 

* VREEZEN, Miss W. J. - Sci. worker 
Zool. Lab., Unit Cell Biol. -Morphogen. 

* KONUN, Th. M. - Lect.. Head 
STARRE (van der MOLEN), Mrs. L. G. van 

der - Sci. worker 

* SPREY, Th. E. - Sci. worker 

* WESTRA, A. - Res. Assoc. 

* VIJVERBERG, A. J. - Sci. worker 

* PRIESTER, W. de - Sci. worker 
Nieuwersluis, Limnol. Inst. 

* SOEKARJO, R. - Dir. 

* STEENBERGEN, C. L. M. - Sci. Off. 
Nijmegen, Univ., Fac. of Med. 
Dept. of Anat. & Embryol. 

LAMMERS, H. J. - Prof., Dir. 

* GRIBNAU, Miss A. A. M. - Asst. 

* VERHOFSTAD, A. A. J. - Asst. 

* POUWELS, Miss E. - Asst. 

* KORT, E. de - Sci. worker 

* THORS, F. - Asst. 
Fac. of Sci., Dept. Biochem. 

BONTING, S. L. - Prof., Head 
DAEMEN, F. J. M. - Sci. Off. 
Dept. of Bot. 

* LINSKENS, H. F. - Prof. 

* CROES, A. F. - Sci. Off. 
Dept. of Genet. 

* HELMSING, P. J. - Res. Assoc 

* LEENDERS, H. J. - Res. Assoc. 

* DERKSEN, J. - Res. Asst. 

* SIN, Y. T. - Res. fellow 

* EEKEN, J. C. J. - Res. Asst. 

* KONINKX, J. F. J. G. - Res. Asst. 
Dept. of Zool. 

* DENUCE, J. M. - Prof., Dir. 

* HERP, F. van - Res. Assoc. 

* MEER, J. M. van der - Res. Asst. 

* HAARLEM, R. van - Res. Asst. 
Rotterdam, Erasmus Univ., Med. Fac, 
Dept. of Anat. & Embryol. 

* KREDIET, P. - Lect. 

* KLEIN, H. W. - 1st Sci. worker 

* SANYAL, S. - 1st Sci. worker 
Dept. of Endocr., Growth & Reprod. 

* ZEILMAKER, G. H. 
Dept. of E.\p. Pathol. 

* BOTH, N. J. de 
Tilburg, Elisabeth Hosp. 
Dept. of Neurol. 

* GEELEN, J. A. G. 
Utrecht, Hubrecht Lab. (Intern. Embryol. Inst.) 

* NIEUWKOOP, P. D. - Prof., Dir. 

* FABER, J. - Deputy Dir. 

* BOTERENBROOD, Miss E. C. ( exp. 
morphol.) 

* HARA, K. (photo- & cinematogr.) 

* LAWSON, Miss K. A. (tissue cult.) 

* BLUEMINK, J. G. (electr. micr.) 

* UBBELS, Miss G. A. (histochem.) 

* OUWENEEL, W. J. (devl. genet.) 

* LAAT, S. W. de (biophys.) 

* SAAG, P. T. van der (biochem.) 

* DURSTON, A. J. (devl. physiol.) 

* HENGST, R. T. M. - Res. Assoc. 
SALOME, B. Z. (chief librarian) 



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Poland 



Utrecht. State Univ., Fac. of Med., 
Dept. of Med. Anat. & Embryol. 

* DOORENMAALEN, W. J. van - Prof., Dir. 

* BRAHMA, S. K. - Sen. Sci. Off. 

* GROENENDIJK (HUIJBERS), Mrs. M. M. 

* STARRE, H. van der - Sci. worker 

* JANSSEN, P. T. - Sci. worker 
Dept. of Biophys. Chem. 

* VVIJK, R. van 

Dental School, Orthodont. Dept. 

* MARKENS, I. S. 

* OUDHOF, H. A. J. 
Fac. of Sci., Bot Lab. 

GENDEREN, H. H. van 
Genet. Inst., Popul. «&. Evol. Biol. 

* SCHARLOO, W. - Prof. 

* JONG, Miss G. de - Lect. 

* SCHOUTEN, S. C. M. 

* THORIG, G. E. W. 

* HOORN, A. J. W. 
Theoret. Biol. Group 

* LINDENMAYER, A. - Prof. 

* FRIJTERS, D. 
Zool. Lab. 

* VERDONK, N. H. - Prof., Dir. 

* RAVEN, Chr. P. - Prof. (Enier.) 

* GEILENKIRCHEN, W. L. M. - Lect. 

* LABORDUS, V. 

* BIGGELAAR, J. A. M. v.d. 

* BOON (NIERMEYFR), Mrs. E. K. 

* WAL, U. P. v.d. 

* DONGEN, C. A. M. van 

* ARNOLDS, W.J. A. 

* BEZEM, J.J. 

* DOHMEN, M. R. 

Fac. of Vet. Sci., Anat. & Embryol. Inst. 

* WENSING, C. J. G. - Reader 
HARTMAN, W. 

* COLENBRANDER, B. - Sci. Off. 

* STRAATEN, H. W. M. van - Sci. Off. 
Chn. of Vet. Obstet. & Gynecol. 

* TAVERNE, M. A. M. 
Wageningen, Agric. Univ., 
Dept. of Bot. 

* WILLEMSE, M. T. M. - Prof. 
Dept. of Genet. 

* BROEK. H. W. J. van den 
Dept. of Horticult. 

* WELLENSIEK, S. J. - Prof. 

* BRAGT, J. van 

* PIERIK. R. L. M. - Sen. Lect. 
Dept. of Plant Physiol. 

* BRUINSMA, J. - Prof., Head 

* BERGHOEF, J. 

* KARSSEN, C. M. - Sen. Res. Off. 

* KNEGT, E. - Sen. Res. Off. 

* LOON, L. C. van - Res. Assoc. 

* VARGA, A. - Sen. Res. Off. 

NORWAY 

Bergen, Univ., Anat. Inst. 

HARKMARK. W. - Prof., Dir. 

* ABRO, A. - Asst. Prof. 

* KVINNSLAND, S. - Asst. Prof. 
Oslo, Univ., Anat. Inst. 

* JANSEN, J. - Prof. (Emer.) 

* KORNELIUSSEN, H. - Asst. Prof. 
Dent. Fac, Dept. of Anat. 

* RISNES, S. 

Tromso, Univ., Inst. Biol. & Geol. 

* LONNING (VADER), Mrs. S. - Lect. 



POLAND 

Krakow, Jagellonian Univ., 
Dept. of Comp. Anat. 

SZARSKI. H. - Prof., Head 

* GRODZINSKI, Z. - Prof. (Emer.) 

* KILARSKI, W. - Lect. 

* BYCZKOWSKA (SMYK), Mrs. W. 

Inst, of Bot., Dept. of Plant Cytol. & Embryol. 

* TURAtA-SZYBOWSKA, Mrs. K. 

* CZAPIK, Miss R. - Doc. 

* IZMAItOW, Miss R. 

* MAtECKA, Mrs. J. 

Inst, of Molec. Biol., Lab. of Plant Physiol. 

* RYCZKOWSKI, M. - Lect. 

Inst, of Zool., Dept. of Genet. & Evol. 

* KRZANOWSKA, Mrs. H. - Head 

* KALETA, Mrs. E. W. - Asst. 

* WABIK, Miss B. - Asst. 
Zool. Dept. 

* JURA, C. - Head 

* KRZYSZTOFOWICZ, Miss A. - Assoc. 

Prof. 

* TYSKIEWICZ, Mrs. K. - Asst. 

* KLAG, J. - Asst. 

* GODULA, J. - Asst. 

* JONCZY J. — Asst. 

* ROMANOWSKA, Miss E. - Asst. 
Krakow, Med. Acad., 

Dept. of Biol. & Embryol. 

SREBRO, Z. - Asst. Prof., Dir. 

* RZEHAK, K. - Res. Asst. 
Krakow, Polish Acad, of Sci., Inst, of 

Pharmacol., 
Dept. of Neuropathol. 

* KALUZA, J. S. - Asst. Prof. 
Lodz, Acad, of Med., 

Dept. of Histol. & Embryol. 

FORTAK, W. - Chief 

LEONIENI, J. - Adj. 

KMIEC, B. - Asst. 

BOCZKOWSKA, Mrs. J. - Asst. 

WYSOCKA, Miss B. - Asst. 

SOPINSKI, M. - Asst. 
Poznari, Med. Acad., 
Inst, of Neurol. & Sens. Org. 

* WENDER, M. B. - Prof., Head 

* KOZIK, M. - Head Lab. Pathol. 

* MULAREK, Mrs. O. - Head Lab. Exp. 

Neurol. 
Torun, Univ. Nic. Copernicus, 
Inst, of Biol., Dept. of Zool. 

* KSIAZEK-MIKULSKA, Mrs. I. - ord. Prof. 
Warszawa, Agric. Univ., 

Dept. of Histol. & Embryol. 

* BIELANSKA-OSUCHOWSKA, Mrs. Z. - 

Prof. 

* LIWSKA, Miss J. - Asst. 

Fac. of Zootechn., Dept. of Biol. Basis of Anim. 
Breeding 

* WOYKE, J. - Prof. 
Warszawa, Hematol. Inst., 
Dept. of Physiopathol. 

* KOPEC, Miss J. 
Warszawa, Med. Acad., 
Inst, of Obstet. & Gynecol., 
Lab. of Exp. Embryol. 

* MYSTKOWSKA-BACZKOWSKA, Mrs. E. T. 

* CHOROSZEWSKA-LELICINSKA, Mrs. A. - 

Sen. Asst. 

* KOMAR, Mrs. A. - Sen. Asst. 

* NIEMIERKO, Mrs. A. - Sen. Asst. 

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Spain 



* BENTYN, K. - Sen. Asst. 

* MANKOWSKA, Mrs. E. - Asst. 
Dept. of Pathomorphol. 

SZAMBORSKI, J. J. - Chief 
CZYZEWSKA (LIEBHART), Mrs. M. - 
Asst. 

Warszawa, Nencki Inst, of Exp. Biol. 

Dept. Bioenerget. & Bioprod. 

STYZYNSKA (JUREWICZ), Mrs. E. 

Warszawa, Polish Acad, of Sci., 

Inst, of Ecol. 

* KAMLER, Mrs. E. 
Warszawa, Univ., 

Zool. Inst., Dept. of Cytol. 

MATUSZEWSKI, B. - Doc. 

MORACZEWSKI, J. - Sen. Asst. 

SOLTYNSKA (MARCINKOWSKA), 
Mrs. M. - Sen. Asst. 
Zool. Inst., Dept. of Embryol. 

* TARKOWSKI, A. K. - Prof. 

* ROGULSKA, Miss T. - Sen. Asst. 

* 02DZENSKI, W. - Sen. Asst. 

* CZOtOWSKA, Miss R. K. - Sen. Asst. 

* WITKOWSKA, Mrs. A. - Sen. Asst. 

* MODLINSKI, J. A. - Asst. 

* WR6bLEWSKA, Miss J. - Asst. 

* OPAS, Mrs. J. - Asst. 
Zool. Inst., Lab. of Protozool. 

* KACZANOWSKI, A. - Sen. Asst. 

* KACZANOWSKA(DOBRZANSKA), 

Mrs. J. - Sen. Asst. 

* RADZIKOWSKI, S. - Sen. Asst. 
Dept. of Vert. Zool. 

HALBA, R. - Asst. 
PLASOTA, K. J. - Asst. 
Warszawa 

* PERKOWSKA (MOSER), Mrs. E. 
Wroc^'aw, ^'oll. Agnc, Chair of Zool. 

HUMINSKI, S. - Doc. 
Wrocl'aw, Univ., Zool. Inst., 
Dept. of Gen. Zool. 

* SEMBRAT, K. - Prof. (Emer.) 

* KO^CIELSKI, B. - Dir. 

* N0WAK6WNA, Miss J. - Adj. 

* KIEJLBdWNA, Miss L. - Adj. 

* TERPItOWSKA, Miss B. 

* OGORZAtEK, A. 

* kassni;r, J. 

Dept. of Syst. Zool. 

* KO^CIELSKA, Mrs. M. K. - Adj. 
Zabrze, Silcsian Acad, of Med., 

Inst, of Biol. & Morphol. 
Dept. of Gen. Biol. 

WR6BLEVVSKI, R. - Prof., Head 

ACHTELIK, W. - Adj. 

GRZYBEK, Mrs. A. - Adj. 

CZAPSKA (DZIEKANOWSKA), Mrs. D. 
Adj. 

HOLAK, H. - Sen. Asst. 

KUCIAS, J. - Adj. 

PORTUGAL 

Lisboa, Univ., Fac. Med., 
Inst. Histol. e Embriol. 

XAVIER MORATO, M. J. - Prof., Dir. 

RODRIGUl.S CORREIRA, Mrs. M. J. - 
Asst. 

AMADO, P. O. - Asst. 
I'ac. Cienc, Musea Bocage 

* SACCARAO, G. da I'ONSIICA - Prof. 
Porto, I'Hc, of Med., Inst. Anat. 

* ABRUNHOSA, R. Asst. Prof. 
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Cluj, Inst. Med. et Pharm., 
Chaire Biol.-Histol. 

* PREDA. V. G. - Prof. 

* CRACIUN, Mrs. O. - Chef de Trav. 

* PROTASE, Mrs. A. POPPER -Asst. 
Timi^oara, Acad., Stiinte Med., 

Lab. Embriol. Norm, si Patol. 

* MENKES, B. - Prof. 

* SANDOR, S. - Head Lab. 

* ALEXANDRU, Mrs. C. - Sci. worker 

* AMELS, Mrs. D. - Sci. worker 

* CHECIU, I. - Sci. worker 

* PRELIPCEANU, Miss O. - Sci. worker 

* FAZEKAS (TODEA), Mrs. I. 

* CHECIU, Mrs. M. 

* DELEANU, M. - Sci., coUab. 
Timi^oara, Med. School, 

Dept. Med. Biol. 

* MENKES, B. - Prof. 

* LITVAC, B. - Lect. 

* MIRCOV, Mrs. O. - Asst. 

* TUDOSE, Mrs. O. - Asst. 



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SPAIN 

Barcelona, Univ., Fac. Med., 
Dept. of Anat. 

* RUANO GIL, D. - Prof., Head 

* DOMENECH RATTO, G. - Prof. Agr. 

* TEJEDO MATEU, A. - Prof. Adj. 

* VILANOVA TRIAS, J. - Prof. Adj. 

* SANJUST GIMENEZ, J. - Prof. Adj. 
Granada, Univ., Fac. Med., 

Inst. F. Oloriz, Dept. Anat. 

GUIRAO-PEREZ, M. - Prof., Dir. 

ALVAREZ, L. - Prof. Adj. 

PASCUAL-MORENILLA, Miss M. T. - Prof. 
Adj. 

RODA, A. - Prof. Adj. 

ARANEGA, Miss A. - Asst. Prof. 

CHAMORRO, J. M. - Asst. Prof. 
Madrid, Centre de Invest. Biol., 
Inst, de Genet, y Antropol. 

* GARCIA-BELLIDO, A. - Res. member 

* MORATO, G. - Res. member 

* SANTAMARIA, P. - Res. fellow 

* RIPOLL, P. - Res. member 

* FERRUS. A. - Res. member 

* CAPDEVILLA, Miss M. P. - Res. member 
Madrid, Inst. Cajal 

GONZALES-SANTANDER, R. 
Santander, Fac. de Med., 
Dept. Anat., Serv. Embriol. Exp. 

* OJF.DA SAHAGUN, J. L. - Prof. 

* HURLE GONZALEZ, J. M. - Asst. Prof. 

* GARCIA-PORRERO, J. A. - Asst. Prof. 
Scvilla, Univ., Fac. de Med., 

Cat. de Anat., Lab. limbriol. Exp. 

* GENIS-GALVEZ, J. M. - Prof. 

* PUELLES-LOPEZ, L. - Asst. Prof. 

* CANADAS-VILLALTA, J. A. - Asst. Prof. 
Vatladolid, Univ., Fac. de Med., 

Cat. de Anat., Serv. I'.mbriol. Exp. 

* BARBOSA AYUCAR, E. - Prof. Aggr. 



Spain 



Switzerland 



GARCIA VALDECASAS HUELIN, J. M. 
INIGUI-Z LOBETO, C. 



SWEDEN 

Goteborg. Univ., 

Lab. of Oral Biol., Dept. of Histol. 

* LINDE, L. A. - Docent 

Fac. of Odontol., Dept. of Oral Histopathol. 

* MORGAN, P. R. 
Zool. Inst. 

ENEMAR, E. A. W. - Prof. 
BERGQUIST. H. 
ARONSSON, S. B. 
EURENIUS (PERSON), Mrs. L. 
JARSKAR, R. J. 
TERNEBY, Miss U. K. 
Lund, Tornblad Inst. f. Comp. Embryol. 

* KALLI^:N, a. J. B. - Prof., Dir. 

* BJERRE, B. - Docent 
Lund, Univ., 

Zool. Inst., Dept. Syst. Zool. 

STROMBERG, J.-O. - Docent 
Zoophysiol. Inst. 

* EMANUELSSON, H. - Asst. Prof., Head 

* KARLSSON, B. - Asst. Prof. 

* BRUCE, L. 

* PALEN, K. 

* LUNDQUIST, A. 
Malmo, Univ. of Lund, 
Dept. of Obstet.-Gvnecol. 

* GENNSER, C. - Prof. 
Stockholm, AB KABI, 

Dept. of Pharmacol. & To.xicol. 

* HAGSTROM, B. E. - Docent 
Stockholm, Karohnska Inst., 
Dept. of Pediat. Pathol. 

IVEMARK, B. I. - Assoc. Prof., Head 

ROBERTSON, B. - Res. fellow 
Lab. of Teratol. 

LARSSON, K. S. - Assoc. Prof. 

HORNBLAD, p. Y. - Asst. Prof. 

ERIKSSON, Miss M. - Asst. Prof. 

MARSK. L. -- Res. Assoc. 
Stockholm, Univ., Dept. of Zool. 

* EERNHOLM, B. 

* HAGELIN, L. O. - Lect. 
Wenner-Grcn Inst. f. E.\p. Biol. 

* HULTIN. J. M. T. - Prof., Dir. 

* GUSTAFSON, T. - Assoc. Prof. 

* AFZELIUS, B. A. - Assoc. Prof. 

* BACKSTROM, S. A. A. - Asst. Prof. 

* ELIASSON (KLEIN), Mrs. E. - Asst. 

* TONEBY, M. I. - Res. Asst. 

* IMMERS, J. - Res. Assoc. 

* RAFTELL, Mrs. M. 

* RYBERG, Mrs. E. 

* WESTIN, Mrs. M. 
Stockholm, 

* KINDAHL, Miss M. E. - Lect. 
UmeS, Univ., Dept. of Biol. 

* BERTMAR, G. - Sen. Lect. 
Dept. of Zoophysiol. 

* L0VTRUP, S. - Prof. 

* L0VTRUP (REIN), Mrs. H. - Docent 
LOEFFLER, C. A. - Docent 

* LANDSTROM, U. - Asst. 

* HANSSON mild, K. - Res. Asst. 

* NELSON, L. - Asst. 



Uppsala, Univ., Zool. Inst. 

JACOBSON, D. C. O. - Prof. 
HORSTADIUS, S. - Prof. (Emer.) 
JAGERSTEN, K. G. M. - Prof. (Emer.) 
HOLM, K. A. - Docent 
FRANZ^N, A. S. - Docent 
EHN, J. A. - Docent. 
GIDHOLM, L. - Docent 
HENDELBERG, J. - Docent 
JONSSON, B. G. 
STROM, R. 
WIDERSTEN, B. 
CANTELL, C. E. 
LOFBERG, J. E. 
GEZELIUS, N. G. B. 
EBENDAL, T. L. - Asst. 
HEDLUND, K. O. - Asst. 



SWITZERLAND 

Basel, Univ., Anat. Inst. 

* LUDWIG, K. S. - Prof. 

* BAUR, R. 

* KRESS, Miss A. 

* SPORNITZ, U. M. 

* MULLER, Miss F. 
Biozentr., Dept. Cell Biol. 

* GEHRING, W. J. - Prof. 

* GERISCH, G. 

* WEIDELI, H. J. 

* BERNHARD, H. P. - Asst. Prof. 

* NANJUNDIAH, V. 

* MALCHOW, D. W. H. 

* MARSH, J. L. 

* NUSSLEIN, C. 

* ISH-HOROWICZ, D. 

* ARTAVANIS-TSAKONAS, S. 

* SCHEDL, P. 

VAN DEUSEN, E. B. 
Zool. Anstalt 

PORTMANN, A. - Prof. (Emer.) 

NOESCH, H. - Prof. 

SENN, D. G. - Asst. 
Bern, Naturhist. Museum 

* HUBER, W. - Prof., Dir. 
Bern, Univ., 

Fac. of Med., Dept. of Anat. 

* RfiVIiSZ (FERENCZY), Mrs. E. - Prosect. 

* RAZEK, H. A. - Instr. 

Zool. Inst., Div. Cell & Develop. Biol. 

* WEBER, R. - Prof. 

* HAUSER, R. F. - Prof. 

* RYFFEL, G. - Asst. 

* WAHLI, W. - Res. Asst. 

* MOILLIET, G. - Res. Asst. 

* SCHWAGER, I. - Res. Asst. 

Zool. Inst., Abt. Morphol. u. Biol. Wirbelt. 

* HUBER, W. - Prof. 

Bern (see also Ostermundigen) 
Chene-Bougeries, Univ. de Geneve, 
Dept. Biol. Anim., Lab. Embryol. Molec. 

* CRIPPA, M. - Prof. 
Stat, de Zool. Exper. 

FISCHBERG, M. - Prof. ord. 

* DROIN, Miss A. ~ Charg. Rech. 
Fribourg, Univ., Inst. Biol. Anim. 
Dept. d'Embryol.-Teratol. Exp. 

* SCHOWING, J. - Prof. 

* ROBADEY (RIBAS), Mrs. M. - Asst. 

* DIETHELM, F. - Asst. 



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U.K. (England) 



Inst. d'Histol.-Embryol. Gen. 
CONTl, G. - Prof., Dir. 

* MUSY, J. P. - Priv. Doz. 

* GOTZOS, V. - Asst. 

* GOTZOS (CAPPELLI), Mrs. B. - Priv. Doz. 
Geneve, Univ., Fac. de Med., 

Inst. d'Anat. 

* BAUMANN, J. A. - Prof., Dir. 
Clin. Gynecol.-Obstet., 

Lab. of Embryol. & Cytogenet. 

* KAJII, T. - Asst. Prof. 

* FERRIER, Miss A. - Res. Assoc. 

* NIIKAWA, N. - Res. Assoc. 
Inst. d'Histol., Lab. d'Embryol. Exp. 

* GALLERA, J. - Reader, Dir. 

* NICOLET, G. - Asst. 
Geneve (see also Chene-Bougeries) 
Kehrsatz 

* STRAUSS, F. - Prof. 

Lausanne, Inst. Suisse de Rech. Exp. sur le 
Cancer 

* YAMADA, T. - Prof. 

* MODAK, S. P. 

Lausanne, Univ., Inst. d'Histol.-Embryol. 

* PEXIEDER, T. - Asst. Prof. 
Ostermundigen-Be, Univ. Bern., 
Brain Anat. Inst. 

* PILLERI, G. - Prof., Dir. 

* KRAUS, Miss C. - Asst. 

* GIHR, Miss M. - Asst. 
Ziirich, Swiss Fed. Inst, of Technol. 
Inst, of Cell Biol. 

* EPPENBERGER, H. M. - Assoc. Prof. 

* LEZZI, M. - Oberasst. 

* TURNER. D. C. - Oberasst. 

* HOLDEREGGER, C. - Asst. 

* GMUER, R. - Asst. 

* MAEHR, R. - Asst. 

* FREY, M. - Asst. 

* CHIQUET, M. - Asst. 

* BOGENMANN, E. - Asst. 

* PERRIARD, J. C. - Asst. 

* WYSS, C. - Res. Assoc. 

* HEIZMANN, C. - Res. Assoc. 
Dept. of Zool. 

* ULRICH, H. - Prof., Dir. 

* CAMENZIND, R. - Oberasst. 

* WENT, D. F. 
Zurich, Univ., Med. Fac, 

Dept. of Anat., Histol. & Embryol. 

* TONDURY, G. - Prof., Dir. 

* TH FILER, K. - Prof. 
RICKENBACHER, J. - Prof. 

* KISTLER, G. S. - Head Div. Electr. Micr. 
Inst, of Gen. Bot., Cytol. Lab. 

* HOHL, H. R. - Prof. 

* PARISH, R. W. - Res. Assoc. 
Inst. f. Molek. Biol. II 

* BIRNSTIEL, M. L. - Prof. 
Zool.-Vergl. Anat. Inst. 

TARDENT, P. - Prof., Dir. 

* CHi:N, P. S. - Prof. 

* HADORN, E. - Prof. 

* NOTHIGER, R. - Prof. 

* KUBLI, E. 

* DUBENDORFER. A. 

* SCHMID, V. S. 

* BRUNNERT, A. - Asst. 

* WYL, E. von - Asst. 

* ACHERMANN, I. - Asst. 

* BOELSTERLI, U. - Asst. 

* DOBINDORFER, K. - Asst. 



* GLINZ, Miss S. - Asst. 

* STEINER, E. - Asst. 

* STRUB, S. O. - Asst. 

* WEBER, K. - Asst. 

TURKEY (see under ASIA in part 2) 

UNITED KINGDOM (U.K.) 

ENGLAND 

Ascot, London Univ., Imp. Coll., 
Dept. Zool. & Appl. Entomol. 

* LEES, A. D. - Chief Field Station 

* STEEL, C. G. H. - Res. fellow 
Beckenham, Wellcome Res. Labs., 
Dept. of Pathol. 

* JAMES, D. A. - Sen. Res. Sci. 
Birmingham, Univ., 

Dental School, Dept. of Oral Pathol. 

* LAVELLE, C. L. B. 
Med. School, Dept. of Anat. 

* EAYRS, J. T. - Prof., Head 

* ECKSTEIN, P. - Prof. (Endocr.) 

* FRANCHI, L. L. - Sen. Lect. 

* SWANSON (EARTLY), Mrs. H. H. - Sen. 

Lect. 

* BEAUMONT, Miss H. M. - Lect. 

* BERRY, M. - Lect. 

* BUTLER, S. R. - Lect. 

* SALMONS, S. - Lect. 

* JONES (HOLT), Mrs. E. C. - Res. fellow 

* HURST, P. R. - Res. feUow 
Dept. of Biochem. 

WALKER, D.G. - Prot. 
Dept. of Genet. 

* WALLACE, H. - Lect. 

* MADEN, M. - Res. stud. 
Dept. of Zool. & Comp. Physiol. 

* COHEN, J. - Sen. Lect. (Embryol.) 
Birmingham, Queen Ehsabeth Hosp., 
Dept. of Surg. 

* WATTS, G. T. - Consult. Surg. 
Brighton, Univ. of Sussex, 
School of Biol. Sci. 

SANG, J. H. - Prof. (Genet.) 
GOODWIN, B. C. - Reader (Dev. Biol.) 
COLE, R. J. - Reader (Dev. Genet.) 
WEBSTER, G. C. - Lect. (Dev. Biol.) 
FRENCH, V. K. - Grad. stud. 

Bristol, Univ., 

Med. School, Dept. of Anat. 

* KELLY, W. A. - Sen. Lect. 

* BERKOVITZ, B. K. B. - Lect. 

* KNOWLAND, J. S. - Lect. 
Dept. of Pathol. 

* BILLINGTON, W. D. 

* JENKINSON, E. J. - Res. Assoc. 

* SEARLE, R. F. - Res. Asst. 

* SMITH, Miss G. - Res. Asst. 

* SELLENS. M. H. - Grad. stud. 
Dept. ofBactcriol. 

* PEACOCK, D. B. - Lect. 

* GREENHAM, L. W. - Lect. 

School of Vet. Sci., Dept. of Anim. Husb. 

BISHOP, M. W. H. - Reader 
Cambridge, Med. Res. Council, 
Lab. of Molec. Biol. 

* BRl NNER, S. 
CRICK, F. H. C. 



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* GURDON, J. B. 

* LAWRENCE, P. A. 
MITCHISON. G. J. 

* SULSTON, J. E. 

* WILCOX, M. 

Cambridge, Strangeways Res. Lab. 

* ABERCROMBIE, M. - Prof., Dir. 

* DUNN, G. A. 
Cambridge, Univ., 
Anat. School 

* HARRISON, R. J. - Prof., Dir. 

* MESSAGE, M. A. - Lect. 

* PRATT, C. W. McE. - Lect. 

* WOOLLAM, D. H. M. - Lect. 

* YOUNG, B. A. - Lect. 

* STEVEN, D. H. - Lect. 

* NAVARATNAM, V. - Lect. 

* JOHNSON, M. H. - Lect. 

* MORRISS, Miss G. M. - Demonst. 

* STEELE, C. E. - Asst. 

A. R. C. Inst, of Anim. Physiol. 

* AMOROSO, E. C. - Prof. 

* STANIER, Miss M. W. 

* PERRY, J. S. - Princ. Sci. Off. 

* SYMONS. D. B. A. - Sen. Sci. Off. 

* BINNS, R. M. - Princ. Vet. Res. Off. 
A. R. C. Unit of Dev. Bot. 

* BARLOW. P. W. - Sen. Sci. Off. 

A. R. C. Unit of Reprod. Physiol. & Biochem. 

* MANN, T. R. R. - Prof., Dir. 

* ROWSON, L. E. A. - Deputy Dir. 

* ADAMS, C. E. - Princ. Sci. Off. 

* POLGE, C. - Sen. Princ. Sci. Off. 

* BOURSNELL, J. C. - Sen. Princ. Sci. Off. 

* HAY, Miss M. F. - Princ. Sci. Off. 

* MOOR. R. M. - Princ. Sci. Off. 

* DOTT, H. M. - Princ. Sci. Off. 
Dept. of Genet. 

* ASHBURNER, M. - Lect. 
Dept. of Pathol. 

FELL, Dame Honor B. 
Psychol. Lab. 

* VINCE, Miss M. A. 

Dept. of Physiol., Marshall Lab. 
AUSTIN. C. R. 

* NEW, D. A. T. 
EDWARDS, R. G. - Reader 

* WEBB, F. T. G. - Postd. Res. fellow 
Dept. of Zool. 

WIGGLESWORTH, Sir. V. B. - Prof. 
(Emer.) 
Colchester, Univ. of Essex, 
Biol. Dept. 

* ASHWORTH, J. M. - Prof. 

* HAMES, B. D. - Lect. 
Durham, Univ., Dept. of Zool. 

* ASHBY, K. R. - Lect. 

* HORTON, J. D. - Lect. 
Exeter, Univ., 

Dept. Biol. Sci., Hatherly Labs. 

* DEUCHAR, Miss E. M. 
Godalming, Inst. Oceanogr. Sci. 

* RICE, A. L. 
Harrow, Clin. Res. Ctr. 

* LANSDOWN, A. (Exp. Pathol.) 

* ERASER, Mrs. L. REPSIS 
Dept. Infant Development 

* BARNES. R. - Head 
Harwell, M. R. C. Radiobiol. Unit 

* LYON, Miss M. F. 
Hull, Univ., Zool. Dept. 

* MANNING, Miss M. J. - Sen. Lect. 



Leeds, Univ. Med. School, 
Dept. of Anat. 

* TARIN, D. - Lect. 

* JOHNSON, D. R. 
lOANNOU, J. M. - Lect. 

Leicester, Univ., Dept. of Anat. 

* BECK, F. - Prof. 

* ENGLAND, Mrs. M. A. - Sen. Lect. 

* GULAMHUSEIN, A. P. - Lect. 

* WAKELY (DENT), Mrs. J. - Lect. 
School Biol. Sci., Bot. Labs. 

* STREET, H. E. - Prof. 

* BAYLISS, M. W. 

* WITHERS, L. - ARC Res. fellow 
Liverpool, Univ., Anat. Dept. 

* HARRISON, R. G. - Prof. 

* MacMILLAN, E. W. 
Dept. of Zool. 

* STANISSTREET, M. - Lect. 

* OSBORN, J. C. - Res. stud. 

* SMITH, J. L. - Res. stud. 
Liverpool (see also ISLE OF MAN, Port 

Erin) 
London, Brit. Museum (Nat. Hist.), 
Dept. of Zool. 

* FINCHAM, A. A. - Sen. Sci. Off. 

* INGLE, R. W. - Sen. Sci. Off. 
London, Charing Cross Hosp., 
Med. School, Anat. Dept. 

* GLENISTER, T. W. - Prof., Dir. 
London, City of London Polytechn., 
Dept. of Biol. 

LOWERY. R. S. - Lect. 

MALEYVAR, R. P. - Res. stud. 
London, Guy's Hosp. Med. School, 
Dept. of Anat. 

* JOSEPH, J. - Prof. 

* DYSON (DEPLEDGE), Mrs. M. - Sen. Lect. 
Biol. Dept. 

* BAXTER, E. W. - Head 
Paediat. Res. Unit 

* POLANI, P. E. - Prof. 

* ADINOLFI, M. - Sen. Lect. 

* BENSON, P. F. - Sen. Lect. 

* GIANNELLI, F. B. - Sen. Lect. 

* SELLER, Miss M. J. - Lect. 

* FENSOM, A. H. - Res. Assoc. 
London, Imp. Cane. Res. Fund Labs. 

* WEISS, R. A. 

London, Imp. Coll. of Sci. & Techn., 
Dept. of Zool. & Appl. Entomol. 

* SMYTH, J. D. - Prof. 

London, Middlesex Hosp. Med. School, 
Dept. of Biol, as Appl. to Med. 

* WOLPERT, L. - Prof., Dir. 

* HAMILTON, Miss L. 
London, Natl. Inst, of Med. Res. 

MEDAWAR, Sir P. B. - Prof. 
GAZE, R. M. - Head Div. Dev. Biol. 
TATA, J. R. - Sci. Staff Member 
FELDMAN, Miss J. D. - Div. Dev. Biol. 
KEATING, M. J. - Sci. Staff Member 
STIRLING, Miss R. V. - Res. Asst. 
London, Royal Coll. of Surgeons 

* BACKHOUSE, K. M. 
London, Royal Vet. Coll., 
Dept. of Anat. 

* HANCOCK, J. L. - Prof. 

* McGOVERN, P. T. 
Dept. of Physiol. & Chem. 

* DAWES, C. M. 
London, St. Thomas Hosp., 
Med. School, Anat. Dept. 

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* HEWITT, W. - Reader 

* SHORO, A. A. - Lect. 
London, Univ., King's Coll., 
Dept. of Physiol. 

* FRANCE, V. M. - Lect. 
London Hosp., Med. Coll., 
Dept. of Anat. 

* BURGESS, Miss A. M. C. - Lect. 

* IVANOV, J. A. - Visit. Res. worker 
Queen Elisabeth Coll., Dept. of Biol. 

* JONES, G. E. 

St. Mary's Hosp., Med. School, 
Dept. of Anat. 

* BELLAIRS. A. d'A. - Prof. 

* BREATHNACH, A. S. - Prof. 

* HOYES, A. D. - Sen. Lect. 
London, Royal Free Hosp., 
Sch. of Med., Dept. of Anat. 

* HARRIS, J. W. S. - Prof. 

* MORGAN, P. R. - MRC Jun. Res. fellow 
London, Univ. Coll., 

Dept. of Anat. & Embryol. 
JAMES, D. W. - Prof. 

* BELLAIRS, Mrs. M. R. - Reader (Embryol.) 

* LEFFORD (FERNANDO), Mrs. F. - 

Lect. 

* EVANS, M. J. - Lect. 

* WYLIE, C. C. - Lect. 
BACKHOUSE, Miss M. - Res. Asst. 
MARTIN, Mrs. G. R. - Assoc. Res. Asst. 

* BRAITHWAITE, Miss S. M. E. - Stud. 

* BOU (RESLI), Mrs. M. N. A. - Stud. 
MILES, V. J. - Stud. 

Univ. Coll. Hosp. Med. School, 
Dept. of Biochem. Pathol. 

* SHERBET, G. V. - Sci. Staff Member 

* LAKSHMI, Miss M. S. - Sci. Staff Member 
Dept. of Human Genet. & Biomet. 

* DEOL, M. S. 
GRONEBERG, H. - Prof. (Emer.) 

* LANDAUER, W. - Prof. 

* TRUSLOVE, Miss G. M. 

Univ. Coll., MRC Mammalian Develop. Unit 

* BUEHR, M. L. 

* SNOW, M. H. L. 

* McLAREN, Miss A. 
Dept. of Zool. & Comp. Anat. 

* O'DELL, D. S. - Lect. 

* PRESTON, T. M. - Lect. 

* MIDDLETON, C. A. - Lect. 

* FOX, H. - Res. fellow 

* HEAYSMAN (WAKELING), 

Mrs. J. E. M. - Res. fellow 

* LAPAN, E. A. - Postd. fellow 
London (see also Ascot) 
Manchester, Didsbury Coll. of i^duc. 

DEARDEN, M. - Lect. 
Manchester, Univ., Dept. of Anat. 

* McLEAN, J. M. - Sen. Lect. 

* LENDON, R. G. - Lect. 
Dept. of Pathol. 

* BARSON, A.J. - Sen. Lect. 
Newcastle upon Tyne, Univ., 
Dent. School, Dept. of Oral Anat. 

* TONGE, C. H. - Prof., Head 

* BEYNON, A. D. G. - Lect. 

* LUKE, D. A. - Lect. 

Fac. of Med., Muse. Dystr. Res. Labs. 

* PARSONS, R. - Res. Assoc. 

* CULLEN, M. J. - Res. Assoc. 

* WEST, M. R. - Postgr. stud. 



Northwood 

* HAMILTON, W. J. - Prof. (Emer.) 
Norwich, Univ. of East Anglia, 
School of Biol. Sci. 

GIBSON, I. - Sen. Lect. 
Nottingham, Univ., Dept. of Zool. 

* MORRIS, B. - Sen. Lect. 

Med. School, Dept. of Human Morphol. 

* BALLS, M. - Sen. Lect. 

* CLOTHIER, R. H. - Res. fellow 
Botany Dept. 

* BRIARTY, L. G. - Lect. 
Orpington, Royal Coll. of Surg., 
Teratol. Labs. 

* KEITH, J. M. - Res. Asst. 
Oxford, Univ., Zool. Dept. 

* NEEDHAM, A. E. - Lect. 

* GRAHAM, C. F. - Lect. 

* GARDNER, R. - Lect. 

* ADAMSON, Miss E. D. - Res. Assoc. 
Plymouth, Plymouth Polytechnic, 
Dept. of Environm. Sci. 

* MORGAN (WRIGHT), Mrs. M. - Lect. 
Portsmouth, Portsmouth Polytechnic 
Dept. of Biol. Sci. 

* HERBERT, C. F. 

* TURNER, S. C. - Princ. Lect. 
Reading, Univ., Dept. of Zool. 

* SIMKISS, K. - Prof. 

* FRETTER, Miss V. - Sen. Res. worker 

* MUNTZ (REID), Mrs. L. - Lect. 

* HORNBY, Miss J. E. - Lect. 

* HOLT (SULEY), Mrs. A. C. E. 
Sheffield, Univ., 

Dept. of Human Biol. & Anat. 

* CLEGG, E. J. - Reader 

* BLACKBURN, R. O. - Res. Asst. 
Shoreham-by-Sea 

* DRYDEN, R. J. - Lect. 
Southampton, Univ., 
Dept. of Biol. 

* BILLETT, F. S. - Sen. Lect. 

* MacLEAN, N. - Sen. Lect. 
COCK, A. G. - Lect. 

* WILD, A. E. - Lect. 

* GARROD, D. R. 

Med. School, Dept. Human Morphol. 

* BULMER, D. - Prof. 

* PEEL, Miss S. - Sen. Lect. 
Wessex Neurol. Centre 

* ILLIS, L. S. - Sen. Lect. 
Wolverhampton, Polytechn. Wolverhampton, 
Dept. Biol. Sci. 

* STURDEE, A. P. 



ISLE OF MAN 

Port Erin, Univ. of Liverpool, 
Dept. of Marine Biol. 

* NAYLOR, E. - Prof. 

* WILLIAMSON, D. I. - Reader 



SCOTLAND 

Aberdeen, Univ., Immunol. Unit, 
Dept. of Bacteriol. 

* SOLOMON, J. B. 

* BARRON, Miss A. A. - Res. Asst. 
Marischal Coll., Dept. Develop. Biol. 

* McKENZIE, J. - Reader 



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* DYER, H. McM. - Lect. 

* SEDDON, B. - Lect. 

* DOUGLAS, A. H. M. - Lect. 

* WHITE, Miss J. - Res. Off. 
Dundee, Univ., Med. Sci. Inst., 
Dept. of Anat. 

* DICK, D. A. T. - Prof. 

* MANN, S. L. - Lect. 
SMART, I. H. M. - Sen. Lect. 

* STURROCK, R. R. - Lect. 

* WEAKLY (SHAW), Mrs. B. - Lect. 
Dept. of Biochem. 

* DUTTON, G. J. - Reader 
Edinburgh, Med. Res. Council, 
Clin. & Popul. Cytogenet. Res. Unit 

* ELSDALE, T. R. 
DAVIDSON. D. R. - Techn. Off. 

■ WASOFF, F. E. - visit. Sci. 

BARD, J. B. L. 
Edinburgh, Univ., 
Inst, of Anim. Genet. 

* BEATTY, R. A. - Sen. Princ. Sci. Off. 

* BURNS, A. T. H. 

* CAMPBELL, J. C. - Lect. 

* CLAYTON (FREEDMAN), 

Mrs. R. M. - Sen. Lect. 

* JACOB, J. - Lect. 

* JONES, K. W. - Lect. 

* JURAND, A. - Lect. 

* LUCEY, E. C. A. (Cinematoer.) 

* PERRY, Miss M. M. - Res. Off. 

* ROBERTSON (PATON), Mrs. E. M. - Exp. 

Off. 

* SELMAN, G. G. - Lect. 

* TRUMAN, D. E. S. - Lect. 

* JOHN, H. ^ Postd. fellow 

* WEST, J. D. - Res. stud. 

* PRITCHARD, D. J. 

* RENFREE, Miss M. B. 

* RANSOM, R. J. 
Dept. of Molcc. Biol. 

* FORD, P. J. 

Dept. of Obstet.-Gynecol., Horm. Lab. 

* BAKER, T. G. 
Physiol. Dept. 

* PRESTIGE, M. C. - Lect. 
Dept. of Zool. 

MITCHISON, J. M. - Prof. 
TUFT, P. H. - Lect. 

* SAUNDERS, D. S. - Lect. 
Glasgow, Beatson Inst. f. Cane. Res. 

* PAUL J. 

* HARRISON, P. R. 

* WILLIAMSON, R. 
Glasgow, Univ., Fac. of Sci., 
Dept. of Cell Biol. 

* CURTIS, A. S. G. - Prof., Head 

* EDWARDS, J. G. - Lect. 

* MOORES. G. R. - Lect. 

* LAWRENCE, A. J. - Lect. 

* MATTHOPOULOS, D. P. - Res. stud. 
EVANS, C. - Res. fellow 
PARKINSON, F. K. - Res. stud. 
HURUM, S. - Res. stud. 
DAVIES, M. - Res. stud. 

Dept. of Physiol. 

BALLARD, K. J. 
Dept. of Zool. 

* NEWTH, D. R. - Prof. 

* DOWNIE, J.R. 

* EDE, D. A. - Head Develop. Biol. Unit 

* ULLMANN, Miss S. L. 



* FLINT, O. P. - Res. Asst. 

* WILBY, O. K. - postd. res. fellow 
Glasgow, Univ. of Strathclyde, 

Sch. of Biol. Sci., Biol. Dept. 

* PANTELOURIS, E. M. 
Vet. School, Anat. Dept. 

LINDSAY, Mrs. F. E. F. - Sen. Lect. 
St. Andrews, Univ., Dept. of Anat. 

* THOMAS, D. B. - Prof., Head 



WALES 

Aberystwyth, Univ. Coll. of Wales, 
Zool. Dept. 

* KEMP, R. B. - Lect. 

* apGWYNN, I. - Sen. Res. Assoc. 

* HINCHLIFFE, J. R. - Lect. 

* EVANS, P. M. - Res. Assoc. 
Bangor, Univ. Coll. of N. Wales, 
Dept. Forest. & Wood Sci. 

* DENNE, M. P. 
Dept. of Zool. 

* WILSON, I. B. - Sen. Lect. 

* MORRISS, I. G. - Lect. 

* HEMMINGS, W. A. - Princ. Sci. Off. 

* HOARE (STERN), Mrs. M. S. 
Cardiff, Univ. Coll., 

Dept. of Anat. 

* MOFFAT, D. B. - Prof. 

* PRESLEY, R. - Sen. Lect. 
Cardiff, Welsh Nat. Sch. of Med., 
Dept. of Haematol. 

* TUDD1:NHAM, E. G. D. - Lect. 
Menai Bridge, Univ. Coll. of N. Wales, 
Dept. of Marine Biol. 

FOGG, G. E. - Prof., Head 
JONES, W. E. - Sen. Lect. 
GRUFFYDD, LI. D. - Sen. Sci. Off. 
CRISP, D. J. - Prof. Pers. Chair 
NOTT, J. A. - Sen. Sci. Off. 
HOLLAND, D. L. - Sen. Sci. Off. 
REES (WALLEY), Mrs. L. J. - Res. fellow 
Swansea, Univ. Coll., Zool. Dept. 

* KNIGHT-JONES, E. W. - Prof. 

* KING, P. E. - Reader 

* RYLAND, J. S. - Reader 

* JAMES, B. L. - Sen. Lect. 

* MOYSE, J. - Lect. 

* RATCLIFFE, N. A. - Lect. 



U.S.S.R. 

Kerch, Azov-Black Sea Res. Inst. 

KULIKOVA, Mrs. N. I. - Chief 
Kharkov, State Univ., Biol. Dept. 

* KUDOKOTSEV, V. P. - Reader 

* HELFENBEIN, L. L. - Reader 
Kiev, Acad, of Sci. of the Ukraine, 
Zool. Inst., Dept. of Cytol. & Histogen. 

* MAZHUGA, P. M. - Prof., Chief 
Kutaisi, State Univ. of Tbilisi, 

Lab. of Exp. Zool. 

* GOSHCHETELIANI, I. S. - Head 
Leningrad, State Univ., 

Biol. Inst. 

* PERSOV, G. M. - Dir. Lab. Exp. Ichthyol 

* SAKUN, Mrs. O. F. - Sen. Sci. worker 

* FALEEVA, Miss T. I. - Jun. Sci. worker 

* ZUBOVA, Mrs. S. E. - Jun. Sci. worker 

* GAGINSKAYA, Mrs. E. R. - Jun. Sci. 

worker 

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* CHMILEVSKY, D. A. - Jun. Sci. worker 

* GUREEVA-PREOBRAGENSKAYA, Miss 

E. V. - Jun. Sci. worker 
Biol. Fac, Dept. of Embryol. 

* TOKIN, B. P. - Prof., Head 

* IVANOVA (KASAS). Mrs. O. M. - Prof. 

* KOROTKOVA, Mrs. G. P. - Docent 

* GABAJEVA, Mrs. N. S. - Docent 

* KRITCHINSKAYA, Miss E. B. - Docent 

* POLTEVA, Mrs. D. G. - Asst. 

* NIKITIN, N. S. - Collab. 

* PYLILO, Miss I. V. - CoUab. 

* EFREMOVA, Mrs. S. M. - Collab. 

* MALIKOVA, Mrs. I. G. - Collab. 

* SVYATOGOR, G. P. - Collab. 

* BALAKHONOV, A. V. - CoUab. 
Moscow, Acad, of Med. Sci. of USSR, 
Inst, of Human Morphol. 

* VYAZOV, O. E. - Prof., Head Lab. 

Embryol. 

* LIOSNER, L. D. - Head Lab. Growth & 

Develop. 

* BABAYEVA, Mrs. A. G. - Sen. Sci. 

* ORLOVA, Miss L L - Sen. Sci. 

* ROMANOV A, Mrs. L. K. - Sen. Sci. 
RYABININA, Miss Z. A. - Sen. Sci. 

* SIDOROVA, Mrs. V. F. - Sen. Sci. 

* BARABANOV, V. M. - Sen. Sci. 

* VERBICKY, M. S. - Sen. Sci. 

* KHARLOVA, Mrs. G. V. - Jun. Sci. 

* MURASHOVA, Miss A. L - Jun. Sci. 

* TIMASHKEVICH, Mrs. T. B. - Jun. Sci. 

* MIKHAYLOV, A. T. - Scient. worker 

* MOLOTKOVA, Miss L. F. - Res. Asst. 

* EFIMOV, E. A. 

Inst, of Med. Genet., Cytol. Lab. 

SKATKOV, M. E. - Sen. Res. Asst. 
Inst, of Med. Genet., Lab. Exp. Genet. 

* IVANOV, V. I. - Head 

* GINTER, E. K. - Res. worker 

* MGLINETZ, V. A. - Res. worker 

* VAKHRUSHEVA, Mrs. M. P. - Res. worker 

* OSIPOV, V. V. - Res. worker 
Moscow, Acad, of Sci. of the USSR, 
Inst, of Devi. Biol. 

ASTAUROV, B. L. - Prof., Dir. 

* AISENSTADT, T. B. - Res. worker 

* AKHABADZE, L. V. - Res. worker 

* BABURINA, Mrs. E. A. 

* BOZDZILOVSKAYA, V. P. 

* BUZNIKOV, G. A. - Sen. Res. worker 
DANILOVA, L. V. 

* DAVIDOVA, S. 1. 

* DETTLAFF, Mrs. T. A. - Prof., Head Lab. 

Exp. Embryol. 

* GINSBURG, Mrs. A. S. - Sen. Res. worker 
GOLISHEVA, Miss G. 

* HOPIRSKAYA, Mrs. O. A. - Res. worker 

* IGNATJEVA, Mrs. G. M. - Sen. Res. 

worker 

* KAFIANLC. A. 

KANTOROVA, Mrs. V. I. - Res. worker 

* KOSTOMAROVA, Mrs. A. A. 

* KOTOMIN, A. V. 

* LOPASHOV, G. V. - Prof., Head Lab. 

Organogen. 
MALIOVANOVA, Mrs. S. D. - Res. 
worker 

* MANUKHIN, B. N. - Sen. Res. worker 

* MARKOVA, Mrs. L. N. - Res. worker 

* MARSHAK, MissT. L. 

* MITASHOV, V. I. - Res. worker 



* MITSKEVICH, M. S. - Prof. 

* NEYFAKH, A. A. - Prof. 

* NIKITINA, Mrs. L. A. - Res. worker 

* PANOVA, I. G. 

* POLEZHAEV, L. V. - Prof., Head Lab. 

exp. Morphol. 
REZNIKOV, K. Ju. 

* ROTT, Mrs. N. N. - Sen. Res. worker 
RUDNEVA, Miss T. B. 
SADOKOVA, Miss I. E. - Res. worker 
SINITSINA, Miss V. F. 

* SKOBLINA, M. N. 

* SOLOGUB, Mrs. A. A. - Res. worker 

* STROEVA, Miss O. G. - Sen. Res. worker 
STRUNNIKOV, V. A. 

* TEPLITZ, Miss N. A. - Res. worker 

* TUCHKOVA, Mrs. S. J. - Res. worker 
VASSETZKY, S. G. - Res. worker 
VEREISKAYA, Miss V. N. - Res. worker 

* ZOTIN, A. I. - Prof., Head. Lab. Devi. 

Biophys. 
A. N. Severtzov Inst, of Evol. Morphol. & Ecol. 
of Anim. 

* EMELIANOV, S. V. - Prof., Chief Lab. 

* SCHMIDT, G. A. - Prof. 

* DRAGOMIROV, N. I. - Prof. 

* BAEVSKY, J. B. 

* RAGOZINA, Mrs. M. N. 

* KOSHELEV, B. V. 

* ZUSMAN, I. N. 

* TCHERNIAEV, G. 

* SYTINA, Mrs. L. A. 

* ZAITZEV, A. V. 

Inst, of Gen. Genet., Phenogenet. Lab. 

* KONYUKHOV, B. V. - Prof., Chief 

* PLATONOV, E. S. - Sen. Sci. worker 

* SAZHINA, Miss M. V. - Jun. Sci. worker 

* MALININA, Mrs. N. A. - Jun. Sci. 

worker 

* BUGRILOVA, Miss R. S. - Jun. Sci. 

worker 
Moscow, State Univ., Biol. Fac, 
Chair of Embryol. 

* GAZARYAN, K. G. - Prof., Dir. 
POPOV, V. V. - Prof. 

* BELOUSSOV, L. V. - Sen. Res. worker 

* DABAGIAN (ERAMICHEVA), 

Mrs. N. V. - Sen. Lcct. 

* GOLICHENKOV, V. A. - Sen. Res. 

worker 
SMIRNOVA, Mrs. E. I. - Sen. Lect. 
OSTROUMOVA, Miss T. W. - Res. 

worker 
SOKOLOVA, Mrs. Z. A. - Res. worker 

* MELEHOVA, Mrs. O. P. - Res. worker 

* IVANOV, E. A. - Lect. 

* MESHCHERYAKOV, V. N. - Jun. Res. 

worker 
Moscow, All-Union Res. Inst. Mar. Fish. & 

Oceanogr., 
Lab. Physiol. & Biochem. 

* APEKIN, V. S. 

Novosibirsk, Inst, of Cytol. & Genet., 
Lab. of Devi. Genet. 

* KOROCHKIN, L. I. - Prof., Head 

* SVIRIDOV, S. M. - Chief of Group 
KUZIN, B. - Chief of Group 
SEROFF, O. - Chief of Group 
MATVEEVA, Mrs. N. - Asst. 
RAUSCHENBACH, Mrs. I. 
ARONSCHTAM, A. - postgr. stud. 
KERKIS, Miss T. - postgr. stud. 



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U.S.S.R. 

Tbilisi, Acad, of Sci. of the Georg. SSR, 
Inst. Exp. Morph., Dept. Devi. Biol. 

* TUMANISHVILI, G. D. - Prof., Head 

* JANDIERI, Miss K. M. - Sen. Sci. 

worker 

* SALAMATINA, Miss N. V. - Sen. Sci. 

worker 
Inst, of Zool., Dept. Anim. Embryol. 

* CHANTURISHVILI, P. S. - Prof., Head 

* KORKIA (NIJARADZE), Mrs. I. R. 

* KANKAVA, Mrs. B. L. 

* KURULASHVILI, Mrs. L. I. 

* KINCURASHVILI, Mrs. N. T. 

* SICHARULIDZE, Mrs. T. A. 

* TSCHADAJA, E. A. - Jun. Res. worker 

* TVOROGOVA, Mrs. A. G. - Jun. Res. 

worker 

* KALATOSISHVILI, Mrs. M. D. - Jun. 

Res. worker 
Inst, of Zool., Lab. of Cytol. 

KVINIKHIDZE (CICISHVILI), 

Mrs. G. S. - Head 
Tbilisi (see also Kutaisi) 
Vladivostok, Inst, of Marine Biol. 

* KASYANOV, V. L. 

* KRUCHKOVA, Miss G. A. 



WALES (see UNITED KINGDOM) 



YUGOSLAVIA 

Beograd, Inst, for Biol. Res., 
Lab. of Devi. Biochem. 

* §EVALJEVI(^ (MIRKOVI6, Mrs. Lj. 
Beograd, Inst, of Nucl. Sci. "Boris Kidric' 
Lab. of Mol. Biol. & Endocr. 

* MARTINOVITCH, P. N. - Sen. Sci. 



Yugoslavia 

* IWKOVlC, Mrs. N. - Res. Assoc. 

* PAVI(^, Mrs. D. - Res. Assoc. 
Beograd, Univ. Immunol. Res. Ctr. 

JANKOVIC, B. D. - Prof. 
LUKlO, M. L. - Res. fellow 
VUJANOVIC N. L. -Res. fellow 

Zagreb, Univ., Fac. of Med., 

Inst, of Anat. "Drago Perovic" 

* KRMPOTIC-NEMANIC^, Mrs. J. - Prof 

* KOSTOVK^, I. - Docent 
Inst, of Biol. 

* SKREB, N. - Prof. 

* MILKOVK^ (2ULJ), Mrs. K. - Prof. 

* LEVAK (SVAJGER), Mrs. B. - Docent 

* MULLER, M. - Asst. 

* HOFMAN, Miss L. - Asst. 

* SERMAN, D. - Docent 

* SOLTER, D. - Docent 

* PERUZOVIC^ (GRADT), Mrs. M. - Asst. 

* KLEPAC, R. - Asst. 

* PAUNOViO, Miss J. - Res. Asst. 
Inst, of Histol. & Embryol. 

* POSINOVEC, Mrs. J. - Prof. 

* SVAJGER, A. - Prof. 

* DOMAC, Mrs. B. - Docent 

* KOSTOVIC^ (KNEZEVI6. Mrs. L. - Asst. 

* DURST (2IVK0VIC), Mrs. B. - Docent 

* BRADAMANTE, Z. - Asst. 
Inst, of Pathol. 

* DAMJANOV, I. 
BELICZA, M. 

Fac. Nat. Sci., Dept. of Zool. 

* ROD^, B. - Prof. 

* LUI, A. - Prof. 

* 2NIDARIC Mrs. D. - Asst. 

* KRALJ, N. 

* PIRKlO, A. 
Inst, of Botany 

* JELASKA, Mrs. S. - Res. Asst. 



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SUBJECT INDEX 

(alphabetic order) 

All research subjects in the Directory of Names and Addresses are represented by at 
least one entry. The names of investigators refer back to that Directory. 

Headings are printed in capitals. New headings are listed on the next page. Headings 
generally come under one of the following categories: 

1) Structures, e.g. organs, tissues, cells 

2) Substances or classes of substances 

3) Developmental stages, processes, and factors (including metamorphosis, regeneration, 
developmental genetics, reproduction, developmental pathology) 

4) Techniques appearing as headings are: Chemical microanalysis. Culture, Immunoche- 
mistry, Irradiation, Microcinematography, Rearing methods. Transfer (Blastpcyst, 
etc.), Transplantation, Ultraviolet Irradiation, Vital staining, X-Irradiation. 

Other techniques will be found as subheadings (see below). 

5) General subjects: History, Theoretical biology. 

6) Some groups of organisms: Plants, Unicellular organisms. 

Headings are extensively cross-referenced, but not usually from lower-order to higher- 
order categories. 

Subheadings 

Headings having less than ca. 10 names of investigators usually lack subheadings. 

The same research subject may be Usted more than once under the same heading, e.g. 
under a structure and a technique. 

Subheadings come under one of the following categories: 

1) Entities subordinate to the heading 

2) Entities related to the subject of the heading 

3) Techniques, discipUnes, and processes. These are often chosen from the list appearing 
on the next page; some of these terms are also used as headings - the resulting 
redundancy is unavoidable; it is considered rather an advantage because it provides 
several entrances to the same subject. 

4) Developmental stages; see the list on the next page. 

5) Links with other entities, such as "effect on . . ., effect of . . ., interactions with . . .". 

Animal and Plant Names 

All the work on multicellular plants and on slime moulds is brought together under 
one heading: Plant embiyology & morphogenesis (experimental & physiological). All the 
work on unicellular organisms (including unicellular plants) is listed under the heading 
Unicellular organisms. 

Throughout the index Classes (and in some cases Phyla) are used exclusively. Excep- 
tions are: the use of Homo for work on the human species, and the use of Orders under 
some general headings: Development (general). Development (larval). Development (post- 
embryonic, fetal), Embryology (general & descriptive), Embryology (physiological), Life 
cycles, Regeneration, Reproduction. 

Those who are looking for work on a specific taxonomic group are advised to start 
with the headings of a general nature, such as Asexual reproduction. Development, 
Embryology, Life cycles, Metamorphosis, Morphogenesis, Plant embryology & morpho- 
genesis. Regeneration, Reproduction, Unicellular organisms, etc. 

Names of investigators 

In the case of work carried out jointly by two or more investigators, all collaborators 
are listed in alphabetical order. Since initials of first names are omitted from the entries, 
it may sometimes be necessary to check two or more investigators of the same surname in 
the Directory of Names. 



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New Headings 

Pollutants 

Transfer (Blastocyst, etc.) 

Subheadings often used under various headings 

Techniques and disciplines 
Autoradiography 
Biochemistry (incl. biochemical 

techniques, molecular 

biology, etc.) 

see also: Enzymes, 

Tracer study 
Biophysics 
Culture in vitro 
Cytology 

Descriptive study* 
Endocrinology 
Enzymes 

Experimental study* 
Function 



General study* 

Genetics 

Histology 

Histo-& cytochemistry 

Immunology 

Irradiation 

Microcinematography 

Morphology 

Physiology 

Theoretical study 

Tracer study 

Transplantation 

Ultrastructure 



Processes 
Development* 
Differentiation 
Functional differentiation 

(maturation) 
Growth 
Induction 

Involution (regression) 
Malformations 



Metamorphosis 

Morphogenesis 

Necrosis (cell death) 

Organization (pattern formation) 

Pathology 

Regeneration 

Teratogenesis 



Stages 

Early development 

Fgg 

Embryo 
Fetus 
Larva 

Neonate 



Oocyte 

Oogenesis 

Placenta 

Postnatal 

Spermatogenesis 



These subheadings are also used when the available information was not detailed enough to use one 
of the more specific subheadings. 



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ABDOMINAL CAVITY 

see Body cavities 

ABNORMALITIES 

see Anomalies (early develop- 
ment); Malformations 
see also Teratogenesis 

ABORTIONS 

see Malformations; Pathology 

ACCESSORY SEX GLANDS 

see Reproductive system 

ACTIN 

see Muscle(s) 

ACTINOMYCIN 

see also Antibiotics 

Amphibia Ficq 

Van Gansen 

Aves Diethelm 

Hydrozoa Lui 

Znidaric 

Insecta Maisonhaute 

Truckenbrodt 

ACTIVATION 

see Fertilization 

ADAPTATION 

see also Environmental factors; 
Phylogenesis 



Amphibia 


Briegleb 


Aves 


Zusman 


Crustacea 


Juberthie 


Insecta 


Chauvin 




Delay 




Juberthie 


Reptilia 


Zusman 


Teieostei 


Durand 


Vertebrata 


Durand 


ADHESIVE GLAND 


see Gland(s) 




ADIPOSE TISSUE(S) 


zee also Lipid(s) 




Aves 


Dyer 


Insecta 


Labour 




Papillon 




Scheller 


ADRENAL GLAND 


see also Cortisol 


ne; Insulin; 


Steroids 




cortex 




Mammalia 


Mitskevidi 


culture in vitro 




Homo 


Bukulya 




Gyevai 


Mammalia 


Bukulya 




Gyevai 


enzymes 




Aves 


Accordi 


experimental study 


Mammalia 


Mitskevich 



function 

Amphibia Pehlemann 
Aves Hatier 

Homo Bukulya 

Gyevai 
Mammalia Bukulya 
Gyevai 
histochemistry 

Mammalia Bielanska 
Klepac 
Milkovic 
Paunovic 
Peruzovic 
Verhofstad 
histogenesis 

Aves Hatier 

medulla 

Mammalia Verhofstad 
relation with pouch develop. 

Mammalia Renfree 
ultrastructure 

Amphibia Pehlemann 
Homo Bukulya 

Gyevai 
Mammaha Bielanska 
Bukulya 
Gyevai 

AGE (AGING) 

Crustacea Berreur 
Mammalia Jones 

Pantelouris 
' Nematoda Brun 
effect on wound healing 
Mammaha Raekallio 

egg 

Mammalia Beaumont 

AGGREGATION 

see Cell(s) 

AIR BLADDER 

see Lung(s) 

AIR SACS 

see Lung(s) 

ALGAE 

see Plant embryology & 

morphogenesis 
see also Unicellular organisms 

ALIMENTARY TRACT 
see Digestive tract 

ALKYLATING AGENTS 

Aves Kocher 

Mammalia Kocher 

ALLANTOIS 

see Embryonic membranes 

AMINE(S) 

see also Neurotransmitters 

AMINO ACID(S) 

see also Neurotransmitters 



aminobutyric acid 

Mammaha Safanda 
irradiation 

Insecta Bluzat 

placental transfer 

Homo ChalUer 

regeneration 

Amphibia Anton 
reproductive system 

Insecta Chen 

teratogenesis 

Aves Palen 

AMITOSIS 
see Mitosis 

AMNION 

see Embryonic membranes 

ANABIOSIS 

see Diapause 

ANDROGENESIS 
see Genetics 

ANESTHESIA 

Homo Lansdown 

Mammalia Lansdown 

ANEUPLOIDY 

see Heteroploidy 

ANIMAL GRADIENT (ani- 
malization) 

see Gradients 

see also Embryology (expe- 
rimental); Embryology 
(physiological) 

ANOMALIES (early 

development) 
see also Pathology ; 

Teratogenesis 



Insecta 



Scriba 



ANOMALIES (later 

development) 
see Malformations 
see also Teratogenesis 

ANOXIA 

see Respiration 

ANTIBIOTICS 

see also Actinomycin 

cytochalasin 

Amphibia Selman 

Aves Jones 

effect on sex different. 

Amphibia Stagni 
Vannini 
puromycin 

Aves Diethelm 

rifamycin 

Amphibia Van Gansen 
streptomycin 

Insecta Duke 



Echinoidea Toneby ANTIBODIES 

Mammalia Choroszewska see Immunology 



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ANTIGENS 




see Immunology 




ANTIMETABOLITES 


Amphibia 


Namur 


Insecta 


Scharloo 


amanitin 




Amphibia 


Van Gansen 


Insecta 


Maisonhaute 


arabinofuranosylcytosine 


Amphibia 


Van Gansen 


effect on cell cycle 


MoUusca 


Boon 


effect on development 


Insecta 


Lafont 


fetus 




Mammalia 


Karlsson 


tluorouracil 




Insecta 


Duke 




Lafont 


oogenesis 




Amphibia 


Pays 




Van Gansen 


Teleostei 


Pays 


protease inhibitor 


Amphibia 


Brachet 




Ficq 


Echinoidea 


Brachet 


teratogenesis 




Mammalia 


Horvath 




Mercier 




Roux 




Tuchmann 


ANTIMITOTIC AGENTS 


Echinoidea 


Petzelt 


Mammalia 


Mercier 




Tuchmann 


culture in vitro 






Petzelt 


ANTLERS 




see Horns 





ASYMMETRY 

see Symmetry 

AUDITORY ORGAN 
(& external ear) 



BIO-ELECTRICITY 



Amphibia 
Mammalia 



Capuron 
Le Moigne 



BIOGENIC AMINES 



Aves 


Garcia 


see Neurotransmitters 


Mammalia 


Bradamante 








Campbell 


BIOMETRY 






Chaloupka 


see Growth 






Deol 








Joseph 


BIRTH 






Kostovic 








Marty 


Homo 


Gennser 




Morriss 


Mammalia 


Berton 




Svajger 




Naaktgeboren 



AUTONOMIC NERVOUS 
SYSTEM 



AORTA 

see Vascular system 

see also Heart (& great vessels) 

APICAL DOMINANCE 
see Gradients; Plant embry- 
ology & morphogenesis 

ARCHENTERON (roof) 

see Gastrulation; Neurulation 

see also In luction 

ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION 

(& development) 



Ascidiacea 


Ivanova 


Hydrozoa 


Polteva 




Sclimid 




VVilby 


Ohgochaeta 


Stagni 


Phoronidea 


Emig 


Polychaeta 


Knight 


Porifera 


Korotkova 




Nikitin 


Turbellaria 


Kritchinskaya 




Tokin 




Torok 



Aves 



Homo 
Mammalia 



Baumann 

Lemez 

Presley 

Baumann 

Baumann 

CsiUik 

Gajo 

Kalnian 

Knyihar 

Nie 

Presley 



BACTERIA 

see also Unicellular organisms 

Homo Jiricka 

Hydrozoa Miiller 
Mammalia Jiricka 

BEAK 

BEHAVIOUR (embryonic & 
postnatal) 



Crustacea 
Homo 
embryo 
Aves 

Teleostei 
foetus 

Homo 

MammaUa 
hatching 

Aves 
larva 

Echinoidea 

locomotion 
Amphibia 

postnatal 
Mammalia 



Naylor 
Pilleri 

Sedlacek 

Vince 

Alfei 

Vince 
Vince 

Bakhuis 

Backstrom 
Gustafson 

Brandle 

Auroux 
Milkovic 
Paunovic 
Peruzovic 



BIDDER'S ORGAN 



Amphibia 



Gardenghi 

Vannini 

Zaccanti 



BLADDER 

see Urogenital system 

BLASTEMA 

see Regeneration (traumatic) 

BLASTOCYST 

see also Cleavage; Transfer 

(blastocyst, etc.) 
aggregation 

Mammalia Barnes 
biochemistry 

Mammalia 



culture in vitro 
Mammalia 



Alexandre 
Denker 

Glenister 
McLaren 



cytochemistry 

Mammaha Jirsova 
delayed implantation 

Mammalia Adams 



Busch 

Gulamhusein 
McLaren 
diapause 

Mammalia Baevsky 
differentiation 

Homo Martinek 

Mammalia Martinek 
embryo absorption 

Mammalia Swanson 
embryo-maternal relations 



Mammalia 
endocrinology 
Homo 
Mammalia 



enzymes 

Mammalia 
fusion 

Mammalia 
general study 

Mammalia 

histochemistry 

Homo 

Mammaha 
immunology 

Mammalia 



Adams 

Beier 
Beier 
Busch 
Denker 

Denker 

Moor 

Damjanov 
Solter 

Jiricka 
Jiricka 

Amoroso 



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implantation 




differentiation 




BLOOD VESSELS 


Homo 


Jiricka 


Crustacea 


Dohle 


see Vascular system; specific 




Preslickova 


endoblast 




organs, etc. 




Mammalia 


Busch 


Aves 


Lutz 


see also Circulation 




Denker 


enzymes 










Glenister 


Aves 


Vakaet 


BODY CAVITIES (& their 




Hinchliffe 


experimental study 


linings) 






Jiricka 


Aves 


Pala 








Jirsova 




Vakaet 


Homo 


Passaponti 




Kelly 


germ band 




Polychaeta 


Heimler 




Kirch ner 


Crustacea 


Dohle 








McLaren 


Insecta 


Krause 


BONE(S) 






Madjerek 


mapping 




see also Bone marrow; 




Perry 


Aves 


Gallera 


Cartilage; Skeleton 




Preslickova 


morphogenetic movements 








Strauss 


Aves 


Downie 


calcification 






Webb 


periderm 




Aves 


Thesingh 




Wilson 


Teleostei 


Bouvet 


Mammalia 


Scherft 


morphology 




uitrastructure 






Valkema 


Mammalia 


Denker 


Aves 


Breath nach 


culture in vitro 






Kirchner 




Downie 


Mammalia 


Gaillard 


pathology 




Insecta 


Louvet 


endocrinology 




Homo 


Panigel 






Aves 


Scopelliti 


prospective map 




BLASTODISC 




Mammalia 


Gaillard 


Mammalia 


Ozdzenski 


see Blastoderm 






Thesingh 


spacing 








enzymes 




Mammalia 


Kelly 


BLASTOMERES 


Mammalia 


Gaillard 


teratogenesis 




see Cleavage 




function 




Mammalia 


Madjerek 






Amphibia 


Emelianov 


trophoblast 




BLASTULA 




Teleostei 


Emelianov 


Homo 


Billington 


see Cleavage 




healing 






Harris 






Mammalia 


Makinen 




Jenkinson 


BLOOD 






Raekallio 




Panigel 


see also Circulation; Hemato- 


heterochrony 






Searlc 


poiesis; Hemolymph; Vasculai 


Amphibia 


Emelianov 




Sellens 


system 




Teleostei 


Emelianov 




Smith 






histogenesis 




Mammalia 


Alexandre 


anemia 




Aves 


Knese 




Amorso 


Mammalia 


Seller 


Homo 


Knese 




Billington 


biochemistry 




Mammalia 


Knese 




Denker 


Homo 


Thiery 


ossification 






Glenister 


cells 




Amphibia 


Emelianov 




Harris 


Homo 


Lenicque 


Teleostei 


Emelianov 




Jenkinson 


Insecta 


Ratcliffe 


osteoblast 






Legrand 


coagulation factors 




Mazhuga 




McLaren 


Homo 


Tuddenham 


osteogenesis 






Searle 


endocrinology 




Aves 


Scopelliti 




Sellens 


Mammalia 


Eckstein 


periost Aves 


Nijweide 




Smith 


erythrocyte 




Mammalia 


Nijweide 




Zeil maker 


Aves 


Blanchet 


tracer studies 




uitrastructure 






Godet 


Mammalia 


Gaillard 


Homo 


Martinek 




Lemez 


uitrastructure 






Panigel 




Nigon 


Mammalia 


Scherft 


Mammalia 


Alexandre 
Glenister 


Mammalia 


Godet 
Lawrence 




Valkema 




Gulamhusein 


hemoglobin 




BONE MARROW 




Hinchliffe 


Amphibia 


Sala 


see also Hematopoiesis 




Jirsova 




Sell wager 








Martinek 




Weber 


Homo 


Thomas 






Homo 


Ramirez 


Mammalia 


Thomas 


BLASTODIRM 




Teleostei 


Raunich 






see also Cleavage 


;; Primitive 


Vertebrata 


MacLean 


BRAIN 




streak 




physiology 












Aves 


Dawes 


Homo 


Hewitt 


axial structures 




protein 




Mammalia 


Hewitt 


Tcleostei 


Hoperskaya 


Homo 


Karlsson 




Pilleri 


culture in vitro 




Mammalia 


Karlsson 


aminergic system 


Aves 


Lutz 


serum 




Aves 


IvanotT 




Vakaet 


Aves 


Carinci 


auditory centre 




Insecta 


Krause 




Jelinek 


Mammalia 


Chaloupka 


descriptive study 


teratogenesis 






Rokyta 


Insecta 


Lou vet 


Aves 


Jelinek 




Zahlava 


development 




thrombocyte 








Aves 


Lutz 


Aves 


Lemez 







136 



autoradiography 




function 




regeneration 




Aves 


Genis 


Aves 


Stastny 


Amphibia 


Filoni 




Meller 


Homo 


Butler 


MammaUa 


Polezhaev 


Mammalia 


Fulcrand 


Mammalia 


Chaloupka 


relation with foregut 




Meller 




Rokyta 


Aves 


Gallera 


biochemistry 






Schiebler 


reverse transcription 


Aves 


Stastny 




Zalilava 


Aves 


Croisille 




Vilanova 


genetics 






Smith 


Homo 


Rooy 


Mammalia 


Osipov 




Soriano 


Mammaha 


Johnson 




Vakhrusheva 


sexual difference 




Rokyta 


growth 




Mammalia 


Auroux 




Rooy 


Mammalia 


Sturrock 


stem Mammalia 


Jansen 




Safanda 


hemisphere 




subcommissural 


organ 


biophysics 




Aves 


Stastny 


Teleostei 


Marini 


Homo 


Butler 


Homo 


Butler 


Vertebrata 


Hauser 


Mammalia 


Rokyta 


histochemistry 




telencephalon 






Zahlava 


Mammalia 


Kozik 


Homo 


Kostovic 


brain vesicle 






Lierse 


Mammalia 


Glas 


Aves 


Alexandru 




Schiebler 




Kostovic 




Checiu 


histogenesis 




thalamus 






Menkes 


Aves 


Ivanoff 


Mammalia 


Rokyta 


cell population 




Homo 


Kostovic 




Zahlava 


Mammalia 


Mann 




Krmpotic 


tracts 




cerebellum 




Mammalia 


Kostovic 


Mammaha 


Rokyta 


Mammalia 


Berry 


histology 




ultrastructure 






Kaufmann 


Amphibia 


Filoni 


Aves 


Genis 
Meller 




Korneliussen 


Vertebrata 


Oksche 




Teleostci 


Pouwels 


hypothalamus 




Homo 


Kostovic 


choroid plexus 
Aves 


Stastny 


Amphibia 
Aves 


Herbert 
Grignon 


MammaUa 


Knufmann 
Korneliussen 


cortex 






Guedenet 




Kostovic 


Aves 


Kaluza 




Hatier 




Lierse 


Homo 


Kostovic 
Krmpotic 


Mammalia 


Grignon 
Guedenet 


Teleostei 


Meller 
Pouwels 


MammaUa 


Berry 


Vertebrata 


Oksche 


Vertebrata 


Oksche 




Kaluza 


malformations 




vascularization 






Kaufmann 


Mammalia 


Auroux 


Homo 


Kostovic 




Kostovic 


maturation 






Lierse 




Marty 


Mammalia 


Marty 




Muller 


culture in vitro 




medulla oblongata 


Mammalia 


Bugge 


Aves 


Kaluza 


Aves 


Robecchi 




Knudsen 




Meller 


meninges 






Kostovic 


Mammalia 


Greenham 
Kaluza 


Homo 
mesencephalon 


Muller 




Lierse 




Meller 


Amphibia 


Filoni 


BRANCHIAL REGION 




Peacock 




Ottaviani 


see also Pharynx 


descriptive study 


Aves 


Genis 






Mammalia 


Gihr 


Mammalia 


Schiebler 


Amniota 


Slipka 




Kraus 


morphology 




Homo 


Slipka 


diencephalon 




Mammalia 


Greenham 


Teleostei 


Ramsay 


Aves 


Ivan off 




Marty 




Yacob 


Mammalia 


Gribnau 




Peacock 








Mann 


mutant 




BRISTLE 




differentiation 




Mammaha 


Johnson 


see Integument 




Amphibia 


Ottaviani 


neurons 








effect of deprivation 


Homo 


Kostovic 


BURSA OF FABRICIUS 


Mammalia 


Sturrock 




Krmpotic 


see Lymphatic system 


enzymes 




Mammaha 


Baumgarten 






Aves 


Croisille 




Kostovic 


CAPILLARIES 






Rinaudo 


nuclei 




see Vascular system 




Smith 


MammaUa 


Jansen 






Homo 


Rooy 


optic centre & tracts 


CAPSULE 




Mammalia 


Kaufmann 
Rooy 


Amphibia 


Brandle 
Szekely 


see Egg 




experimental study 


Mammalia 


Fulcrand 


CARAPACE 




Mammalia 


Orlova 




Marty 


see Skin 




fibre tract 




pathology 








Mammalia 


Sturrock 


MammaUa 


Greenham 






fluid 






Peacock 






Aves 


Vilanova 











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CARBOHYDRATE(S) 



cell surface 




Aves 


Evans 


glucids 




Insecta 


Calvez 


glucose 




Mammalia 


Jacquot 


Vertebrata 


Clavert 


glycogen 




Aves 


Meiniel 


Insecta 


Engels 


Mammalia 


Jacquot 


Teleostei 


Benedetti 


glycoprotein 




Aves 


Kemp 


hexose 




Homo 


ChalUer 


mucopolysaccharides 


Aves 


Alfei 




Cuminge 




Dubois 




Robert 




Vakaet 


Echinoidea 


Immers 


Mammalia 


Garcia 




Heine 




Linde 




Moczar 




Robert 




Svejcar 




Watts 


nervous system 




Aves 


Alfei 


Teleostei 


Benedetti 


placental transfer 


Homo 


Challier 


polysaccharides 




Polychaeta 


Dhainaut 


teratogenesis 




Aves 


Meiniel 


MammaHa 


Svejcar 


Vertebrata 


Clavert 



CARCINOGENETIC AGENTS 
see also Tumour(s) 



Elger 



CARTILAGE 



Amphibia Emelianov 
Aves Knese 

Rinaudo 
Strudel 
Homo Knese 

Mammalia Bradamante 
Burger 
Knese 
Kostovic 
Kvinnsland 
Mazhuga 
Svajger 
Teleostei Ejiielianov 



CASTE DETERMINATION 

see Polymorphism 

CELLS 

see also Cell cycle; Cell fusion; 

Cell Heredity; Matrix; 

Unicellular organisms 

adhesion Aves Curtis 

Edwards 
Evims 
Jones 
Kemp 

Gastropoda Jones 

Porifera Curtis 

adhesion & teratogenesis 

Amphibia Burgess 
affinities 

Insecta Garcia 

aggregation & reaggregation 

Amphibia Englander 
Geuskens 
Smith 
Stanisstreet 

Ascidiacea Patricolo 

Aves Curtis 

Edwards 

Matthopoulos 

Meller 

Mammalia Meller 
Parsons 
biochemistry 

Lakshmi 
Sherbet 

Aves Curtis 

McKenzie 

Salamatina 

Tumanishvili 

Echinoidea Giudice 
Vittorelh 

Mammalia Bertini 

Comoglio 
Johnson 
Prat 

Salamatina 
Tarone 
Tumanishvili 
biophysics 

Lakshmi 
Sherbet 

Amphibia Beloussov 

Aves Jones 

Insecta Beyse 

Seydewitz 
contact 

Ascidiacea Georges 

Aves Downie 

Hornby 

Mollusca Biggelaar 
Dohmen 
Meshchcryakov 



culture in vitro 

Lefford 
Aves Edwards 

McKenzie 
Matthopoulos 
Middleton 
Salamatina 
TumanishviU 
Weiss 
Echinoidea Vittorelli 
Homo Eliasson 

Viza 
Insecta Dubendorfer 

Mammalia Bertini 

Comogho 
Craciun 
Middleton 
Parsons 
Prat 
Pre da 
Protase 
Salamatina 
Tarone 
Tumanishvili 
Viza 
Weiss 
Porifera Nikitin 

death 

Menkes 
Aves HinchUffe 

Hurle 
Lanot 
Litvac 
Ojeda 
Pannese 
Pautou 
Pexieder 
Sengel 
Homo Cullen 

Hies 

Pexieder 
Insecta Sprey 

Mammalia Orlova 
Pexieder 
Romert 
Turbellaria Bautz 
dissociation 

Aves Kemp 

Echinoidea Vittorelh 
Porifera Nikitin 

effect of cytochalasin 

Amphibia Selman 
enzymes 

Echinoidea Vittorelli 
Homo Eliasson 

generations 

Amphibia Sladecek 
growth control 

Mammalia Bertini 

Comoglio 
Prat 
Tarone 
immunology 

Aves Ruoslahti 

Vaheri 
Wartiovaara 



138 



interactions 


Heaysman 


ultrastructure 




biochemistry 






Lindenmayer 


Aves 


Litvac 


Teleostei 


Benedetti 


Amphibia 


Sturdee 






biophysics 






Toivonen 


CELL CYCLE 




Amphibia 


Corner 


Aves 


Abercrombie 






Aves 


Sedlacek 




Clayton 


Ainphibia 


Anton 


Mammaha 


Sedlacek 




Dunn 




Bluemink 




Sobotka 




Los 




Greeff 


changes after stimulation 




Lucey 




Laat 


Mammalia 


Ilhs 




Perry 




Lohmann 


connections 






Pritchard 




Mitashov 


Mammaha 


Chaloupka 




Roest 




Saag 


culture in vitro 






Salamatina 




Zeijst 


Aves 


Meller 




Tumanishvili 


Homo 


Adinolfi 


Mammaha 


Meller 




Weiss 


Insecta 


Maisonhaute 


determination 




Echinoidea 


Mutolo 


Mammalia 


Adinolfi 


Amphibia 


Leikola 


Mammalia 


Abercrombie 




Bluemink 


Aves 


Leikola 




Clayton 




Greeff 


development 






Dunn 




Laat 


Homo 


Bossy 




Johnson 




Lombard 


differentiation 






Lucey 




Marshak 


Mammalia 


Cabanier 




Perry 




Saag 




Chevreau 




Pritchard 




Stroeva 


embryonic motihty 




Salamatina 




Wijk 


Aves 


Sedlacek 




Tumanishvili 




Zeijst 


endocrinology 






Weiss 


MoUusca 


Boon 


Amphibia 


Filoni 


MoUusca 


Guerrier 






Mammaha 


Eayrs 




Verdonk 


CELL DEATH 




function 




Polychaeta 


Guerrier- 


see Cell(s) 




Amphibia 


Corner 


Porifera 


Kemp 






Mammaha 


Chaloupka 


migration 


Lefford 


CELL DIVISION 


functional differentiation 


Amphibia 


Gipoulou.x 


see Cell(s); Mitosi. 


Homo 


Bossy 




Sala 






histochemistry 




Aves 


Backhouse 


CELL FUSION 




Mammalia 


Kozik 




Bellairs 


see also Cell heredity 




Mularek 




Le Douarin 






histogenesis 






Novel 


Aves 


Bogenman 


Mammalia 


Cabanier 


Homo 


Lenicquc 




Luger 




Chevreau 


Mammalia 


Hinrichsen 


Homo 


Adinolfi 


histology 






Marty 




Giannelli 


Amphibia 


Corner 


Teleostei 


Haarlem 


Insecta 


Bernard 


induction 




movement 




Mammaha 


Adinolfi 


Amphibia 


Kurrat 


Amphibia 


Beloussov 




Bogenman n 


Aves 


Strudel 


Aves 


Middleton 




Luger 


involution 






Moores 




Opas 


Aves 


Lanot 


Gastropoda 


Jones 




Tarkovvski 


irradiation 




Mammaha 


Dyson 






Mammalia 


Berry 




Middleton 


CELL HEREDITY 




Lierse 


recx)gnition 




see also Cell fusion 


metamorphosis 




Aves 


Evans 






Amphibia 


Filoni 




Garrod 


Insecta 


Morata 


microcinematography 




Kemp 




Rippoll 


Aves 


Menkes 


Hydrozoa 


Gallien 




Santamaria 


microglia 




'■ * 


Gov-aere 




Wyss 


Mammalia 


Brichova 


Insecta 


Garcia 






myelin 




Mammalia 


Robert 


CELL-LINEAGE 


Homo 


Wender 


sorting 




see Embryology (experimental) 


Mammalia 


Wender 


Aves 


Hornby 






necrosis 




surface 




CELL RENEWAL 


Aves 


Ojeda 




Lakshmi 


see Regeneration (physio- 


neural tube 


Peters 




Sherbet 


logical) 




Aves 


Menkes 


Amphibia 


Geuskens 








Strudel 




Tencer 


CENTRAL NERVOUS 


neuroglia 






Yamada 


SYSTEM 




Aves 


Stastny 


Aves 


Chiquet 


see also Brain; Neural crest; 


Mammalia 


mis 




Curtis 


Neural plate; 


Spinal cord 




Kozik 




Evans 








Lierse 




Moores 


Mammalia 


Pilleri 




Marty 


Mammaha 


Johnson 


autoradiography 






Mularek 




Kilarski 


Aves 


Meller 




Sturrock 




Lawrence 


Mammaha 


Bisconte 


physiology 




transformation 






Meller 


Mammalia 


Auroux 


Amphibia 


Lovtrup 


behaviour 










Nelson 


Mammalia 


Auroux 







139 



Amphibia 


Filoni 


Mammalia 


Berry 




lllis 


relation to sense 


organs 


Amphibia 


Bran die 


teratogenesis 




Aves 


Alexandra 




Lanot 


Mammalia 


London 


ultrastructure 




Aves 


Meller 




Ojeda 


Mammalia 


Meller 


vascularization 




Aves 


Tudose 


Homo 


Gamble 



CHEMORECEPTORS 



CENTRIFUGATION 

see Embryology (experimental); 
Embryology (physiological) 

CEPHALOGENESIS 

see Head 

CEREBELLUM 

see Brain 

CHALONES 
see Tissue(s) 

CHEMICAL ELEMENTS 
see also Ions 



calcium 

Aves 


Nijweide 


Mammalia 


Nijweide 


cobalt 




Mammalia 


Biagioni 


iodine 




Amphibia 


Regard 


lithium 




Amphibia 


Englander 




Kocbke 




Osborn 




Stanisstreet 


mercury 




Amphibia 


Brachct 


nitrogen 




Amphibia 


Schulthciss 


oxygen 




Aves 


Musy 


Homo 


Thiery 


Mammalia 


Blackburn 




Clcgg 




Liersc 


Teleostci 


Braum 


sodium 




Mammalia 


I'rance 


strontium 




Aves 


Nijweide 


Mammalia 


Nijweide 


zinc 




Aves 


Inigucz 


CHEMICAL MICRO- 


ANALYSIS 





CHEMICALS (biologically 

active) 
see specific chemicals 

(Antibiotics; Antimitotic 

agents etc. etc.); Chemical 

elements; Drugs; 

Ions; Teratogenesis 
140 



Homo 
Mammalia 



CHIMERAS 

Amphibia 
Mammalia 



Kraus 

Drukker 

Kraus 



Boucaut 

Buehr 

Elblmg 

Johnson 

Lyon 

McLaren 

Mystkowska 

Seller 

West 



CHONDROCRANIUM 

Mammalia Rajtova 

CHONDROGENESIS 

see Cartilage 

CHORDA 

see Notochord 

CHORION 

see Placenta 

see also Embryonic membranes 

CHOROID PLEXUS 
see Brain 

CHROMAFFIN CELLS 



Amphibia 
Aves 



Mastrolia 
Mastrolia 



CHROMATIN 

see Chromosomes 

CHROMATOPHORE(S) 



Ampliibia 



D'Anna 
La Spina 



CHROMOSOMES 

see also Cytogenetics 



abnormal karyotype 



Homo 

Insecta 

abnormalities 

Homo 



Mammalia 



Niikawa 
Lespinasse 

Barnes 

Biagioni 

Liotti 

Migliorini 

Niikawa 

Rosi 

Barnes 

Niemierko 

Tarkowski 

Witkovvska 

Wroblcwska 



banding pattern 

Amphibia Bailly 
behaviour 

Manmialia Snow 



biochemistry 
Amphibia 

Arachnida 
Aves 

Insecta 
Mammaha 



chromatin 
Amphibia 
Aves 



Duprat 

Jacob 

Tcmpelaar 

J an die ri 

TumanishviJi 

Ribbert 

Jacob 

Jandieri 

Tumanishvili 



Ficq 
Jandieri 
Tumanishvili 
Echinoidea Cognetti 
Sevaljevic 
Insecta Maehr 

Mammalia Jandieri 
Maeiir 

Tumanishvili 
comparative study 



Insecta 
Mammalia 

constrictions 
Amphibia 

cytochemistry 
Insecta 

cytogenetics 
Insecta 
Tardigrada 

elimination 
Insecta 

heterochromatin 
Amphibia 
Mammalia 

irradiation 
Amphibia 
Arachnida 
Mammaha 

karyotype 
Insecta 
Mammalia 

lampbrush 
Amphibia 



Krai 
Krai 

Bailly 

Robert 

Dennhofer 
Bertolani 

Camenzind 



meiosis 

Amphibia 
polytene 

Insecta 



puffs 

Insecta 



teratogenesis 
Mammalia 



Bailly 
Kinsky 

Jaylet 

Tempelaar 

Franchi 

Ribbert 
Eraser 

Barsacchi 

Giorgi 

Lacroix 

Loones 

Mancino 

Nardi 

Ragghianti 

Ficq 

Beyse 

Dennhofer 

L'rey 

Holderegger 

Ribbert 

Robert 

Seydewitz 

Artavanis 

Ashburner 

Bilo 

Dennhofer 

Helmsing 

Holden 

Isli 

Kroeger 

Leenders 

Sin 

Horvath 



I 



ultrastructure 
Homo 


Geneix 




Jaffray 


Insecta 


Holderegger 


W Insecta 


Traut 


X-inactivation 




Mamnlalia 


Gardner 




Lyon 


Y Insecta 


Glatzer 




Hess 




Johannisson 




Kunz 




Mischke 




Schafer 




Schwochau 


CILIA 




Amphibia 


Billett 


Ixhinoidea 


Gustafson 


Ectoprocta 


Nielsen 


Endoprocta 


Nielsen 



CINEMICROGRAPHY 

see Microcinematography 

CIRCULATION 

see also Vascular System; 
specific organs, etc. 

Artiodactyla Nie 
Aves Pexieder 

CLEAVAGE (& morula, 

blastula) 
see also Blastocyst; 

Blastoderm; Blastodisc 

Aves Bellairs 

Mammalia Adams 
abnormalities 

Mollusca Boon 
aster 

Insecta Wolf 

autoradiography 

Gastropoda Wal 
biochemistry 

Echinoidea Sevaljevic 

Gastropoda Wal 

Insecta Wegener 

Polychaeta ap Gwynn 

Teleostei Kotomin 

Kostomarova 
Neyfakh 
SkobUna 
biophysics 

Amphibia Rott 

Echinoidea Bereiter 

Teleostei Rott 
blastocoel 

Mammalia Bentyn 
blastomeres 

Mammalia Moor 
blastula 

Echinoidea Vittorelli 
cell communication 

Amphibia Rott 

Teleostei Rott 
cell contacts 

Mollusca Biggelaar 

Meshcheryakov 
cell membrane 

Amphibia Bluemink 
Laat 
Saag 

Ascidiacea O'Dell 

Echinoidea O'Dell 



cell surface 

Amphibia Geuskens 

Tencer 
Mollusca Dohmen 
chronology 

Mollusca Biggelaar 
culture in vitro 

Mammalia Snow 

Tarkowski 
Witkowska 
Wroblewska 
cycle Amphibia Dettlaff 
Rott 
Chondrostei Dettlaff 
Crustacea Lassegues 
Echinoidea Markova 
Teleostei Rott 
cytochemistry 

Amphibia Ubbels 
cytokinesis 

Amphibia Bluemink 
Laat 
Rzehak 
Saag 
Signoret 
cytoplasm 

Mollusca Dohmen 
determination 

Mammaha Denker 
differentiation 

Mammalia Snow 
Mollusca Geilenkirchen 
endocrinology 

Mammalia Beier 
Kiihnel 
environmental factors 
Mammalia Blackburn 
Clegg 
enzymes 

Gastropoda Wal 
experimental study 

Amphibia Lefresne 
Namur 
Selman 
Gastropoda Jura 
Mammalia Niemierko 
irradiation 

Mollusca Labordus 
microcinematography 

Amphibia Boterenbrood 

Hara 
Insecta Wolf 

Nematoda Wyss 
mitosis regulation 

Echinoidea Petzelt 
morphology 

Mammalia Kiihnel 
pattern 

Echinoidea Czihak 
physical influences 

Insecta Wolf 

polar lobe 

Mollusca Dongen 
spindle-cortex reactions 

Gastropoda Meshcheryakc 
spiral 

Gastropoda Meshcheryakov 
symmetry 

Gastropoda Meshcheryakov 
transcription 

Teleostei Kafiani 

Kostomarova 



ultrastructure 

Amphibia Selman 
Aves Christ 

Jacob 
Mammalia Gouget 
Mollusca Dohmen 

Fioroni 

Wal 
Polychaeta ap Gwynn 

CLOACA 

see Urogenital system 

CLONE(S) 

see Asexual reproduction; 
Cell(s); Cell heredity 

COELOM 

see Body cavities 

COLCHICINE 

see Antimitotic agents 

COLLAGEN 

Ascidiacea Patricolo 
Aves Robert 

Echinoidea Pucci 

Toneby 
Mammalia Mazzucco 
Moczar 
Robert 
Watts 
Porifera Robert 

COLOUR PATTERNS 

see ChroiTiatophore(s); 
Pigment(ation) 

COMPETENCE (inductive) 

Amphibia Chibon 
Johnen 

CONGENITAL MALFOR- 
MATIONS 

see Malformations 

CONNECTIVE TISSUE 
see also Fibroblast(s) 

Aves Christ 

Jacob 

MammaUa Csaba 
development 

Homo Dylevsky 

regeneration 

Turbellaria Peder«en 

CORPUS ALLATUM 

CORPUS LUTEUM 

Mammalia Colombo 

CORTEX 

see Cell(s); Egg(s) 



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CORTISONE 




DEDIFFERENTIATION 


ovary 




see also Steroids 




see also Metaplasia 


Insecta 


Ribbert 










redundant 




Amphibia 


Hanke 


Amphibia 


Burgess 


Mammalia 


Jones 


Aves 


Gasc 




El Kebir 


regeneration 






White 




Grassmann 


Amphibia 


Anton 


Mammalia 


Berton 




Harrebomee 


Oligochaeta 


Mouton 




Mercier 




Modak 


repair 






Milkovic 




Trampusch 


Homo 


Giannelli 




Peruzovic 




Yamada 


Mollusca 


Labordus 




Paunovic 


Annelida 


Boilly 


replication 




Teleostei 


Hanke 


Polychaeta 


Thouveny 


Insecta 
ribosomal 


Ribbert 


CRANIUM 




DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC ACID 


Amphibia 


Birnstiel 


see SkuU 




see also Nucleic acids 




Ficq 


see also Chondrocranium 








Van Gansen 






amplification 




Insecta 


Kunz 


CRYPTOBIOSIS 


Amphibia 


Ficq 




Renkawitz 


see Diapause 




cell differentiation 


5S Insecta 


Renkawitz 






Homo 


Jacob 


sateUite 




CULTURE (eml 


bryo) 


Amphibia 


Jacob 


Insecta 


Kunz 


see also Rearing 


methods 


control by other substances 




Renkawitz 






Aves 


Jandieri 


silk gland 




blastoderm 






Tumanishvili 


Insecta 


De Turenne 


Aves 


Lepori 


Mammalia 


Jandieri 


synthesis 






Pala 




Tumanishvih 


Amphibia 


Nelson 




Vakaet 


cytoplasmic 




Echinoidea 


De Petrocellis 


Cestoda 


Smyth 


Amphibia 


Brachet 




Filosa 


early embryo 




early development 




Giudice 


Mammalia 


McLaren 


Aves 


Scherrer 




Parisi 




Moor 


Teleostei 


Kafiani 




VittoreUi 


embryo 






Kostomarova 


Insecta 


De Turenne 


Aves 


Deleanu 


egg Amphibia 


Aimar 


transcription 






Lucey 


embryonic induction 


Amphibia 


Crippa 




Prelipceanu 


Amphibia 


Vahs 




Geuskens 


Mammalia 


Benoit 


endocrinology 




Aves 


Gazaryan 




Buehr 


Mammalia 


Goswami 




Scherrer 




Deuchar 


eye Chondrostei Baburina 


Gastropoda 


Geuskens 




Glenister 




Mitashov 


Insecta 


Sekeris 




New 




Stroeva 


Teleostei 


Kafiani 




Webb 


Mammalia 


Marsh ak 




Kostomarova 




Zeilmaker 




Pa nova 


transcription & translation 


Porifera 


Korotkova 




Stroeva 


Mammalia 


Goswami 


embryonic membranes 


fibroblast 




yolk 




Mammalia 


Wrba 


Aves 


Musy 


Amphibia 


Hanocq 


gastrula 




germ Une 








Mammalia 


Benoit 


Insecta 


Kunz 


DETERMINATION 


larval organs 




heart 




(embryonic) 




Insecta 


Lender 


Insecta 


Jensen 


see also Induction; 


larval stages 




hematopoiesis 




specific organs, etc. 


Crustacea 


Williamson 


Aves 


Gazaryan 






malformations 






Modak 


Cephalopoda Marthy 


Mammalia 


Wrba 


histone coding 




biochemistry 




placenta 




Echinoidea 


Birnstiel 


Echinoidea 


Lallier 


Homo 


Baker 


imaginal disc 




Insecta 


Kiithe 






Insecta 


Mischke 


blastomcres 




CYCLIC AMP 






Vijverberg 


Mam m aha 


Moor 


see Nucleotides 




induction 




cell generations 








Teleostei 


Vahs 


Amphibia 


Sladecek 


CYTOGENETICS 


irradiation 




cellular 








Arachnida 


Tempelaar 


Amphibia 


Duprat 


CYTOLOGY 




Aves 


Beaupain 


Insecta 


Gehring 


see Cytogenetics 


mitochondrial 






Holden 






Ixhinoidea 


Nicotra 


culture in vitro 




CYTOSTATIC AGENTS 


nucleolus 




Amphibia 


Duprat 


see Antimitotic 


agents 


Amphibia 


Angelic r 


early embryo 








oocyte 




Amphibia 


Leikola 


CYTOTOXIC AGENTS 


Amphibia 


Angelier 


Aves 


Leikola 


see Drugs 






Hanocq 


Mammaha 


Gardner 








Van Gansen 


experimental study 






oogenesis 




Insecta 


V/eideli 






Amphibia 


I'icq 


genetics 








Nematoda 


Brun 


Insecta 


Nbthiger 



142 



imaginal disc 
Insecta 



Dubendorfer 

Ginter 

Hadorn 

Ivanov 

Mglinetz 

Schedl 

Ziller 



inheritance 

Insecta 
orgpji primordia 

Amphibia 
polar lobe 

Mollusca 
regeneration 

Insecta 

Turbellaria 
stability 

Insecta 
theoretical study 

Wilby 
transde termination 



Bernard 

Woellwarth 

Dongen 

BuUiere 
Ziller 

Bernard 



Insecta 
trophoblast 
Mammaha 

tumour 

Mammalia 



Steiner 

Alexandre 
Denker 

Evans 



DEVELOPMENT (general) 
see also Asexual reproduction; 
Life cycle(s); Morphogenesis 

Arachnida Juberthie 
Ascidiacea Farinella 
Brachiopoda Emig 



Cephalop 
Cetacea 

Cladocera 

Coleoptera 
Copepoda 
Cyclostom 
Decapoda 

Diptera 

Mammalia 

Mesozoa 

Mysidacea 
Phoronidea 
Poly ch acta 
Teleostei 



Urodela 

biophysics 

Insecta 



Boletzky 

Gihr 

Pilleri 

Bettanin 

Delia Croce 

Meer 

Terpilowska 

Baxter 

Juberthie 

Williamson 

Gardenghi 

Schmidt 

Lapan 

O'DeU 

Juberthie 

Emig 

Hofmann 

Durand 

Gihr 

Peters 

Durand 



Briegleb 
Neubert 
comparative study 

Amphibia Fachbach 
effect of parasite 

Crustacea Andrieux 
electron microscopy 

Insecta Priester 

experimental study 

Mammalia Wilson 
histology 

Porifera Efremova 

in vitro 

Cestoda Smyth 



infraspecific variability 
Vertebrata Emelianov 

physiology 

Insecta Saunders 

pollution 

Teleostei Heesen 

theoretical study 

Ede 



DEVELOPMENTAL 

PHYSIOLOGY 
see Embryology (experimental); 

Embryology (physiological) 
see also Development 



Amphibia 
ultrastructure 
Hydrozoa 
Porifera 



Wilby 
Nanjundiah 

BoelsterU 
Efremova 



DIAPAUSE 

Crustacea 



Insecta 



DEVELOPMENT (larval) 

see also Polymorphism (insects) 



Bettanin 

Delia Croce 

Fourche 

Krause 

Mauchamp 

Saunders 

Baevsky 

Saussey 



Chondrostei 

Copepoda 

Echinoidea 



Sytina 

Lescher 

Kruchkova 

Ryberg 

D'Hondt 

Thiriot 

Schmidt 

Emmert 

Le Roux 

Schmidt 

Cazaux 

Larink 



Ectoprocta 

Gastropoda 

Hymenopt 

Insecta 

Lamellibr 

Orthoptera 

Polychaeta 

Tliysanura 
biochemistry 

Echinoidea 

Insecta 
experimental study 

Insecta Alleaume 

histology 

Coelomata 
morphology 

Gastropoda 
physiology 

Ascidiacea 

Gastropoda 
ultrastructure 

Amphibia Fox 

Insecta Jurand 



Immers 
Rembold 



Apelt 

Fretter 

Wallace 
Fretter 



DEVELOPMENT (post- 
embryonic, fetal) 



Acarina 

Amphibia 

Arachnida 



Brachyura 

Crustacea 

Homo 

Mammalia 

Trematoda 



Cassagne 

Fox 

Bonaric 

Emerit 

Legendre 

Ingle 

Rice 

Castel 

Fincham 

Gennser 

Lansdown 

James 



DEVELOPMENTAL 

GENETICS 
see Genetics 

DEVELOPMENTAL 

PATHOLOGY 
see Pathology 



Mammalia 
Oligochaeta 

DIAPHRAGM 
see Body cavities 

DIET 

see Nutrition 



DIFFERENTIATION 

see also Dedifferentiation; 
Metaplasia; specific 
organs, etc. 

Amphibia Trampusch 

Hydrozoa Gallien 
autoradiography 

Amphibia Jacob 
biochemistry 

Amphibia Burgess 
Jacob 
Moilliet 
Picard 
Ryffel 
Weber 
Meller 
Robert 
Kuthe 
Hansen 
Robert 
Robert 



Aves 
Insecta 

Mammalia 

Porifera 
biodynamics 

Homo 
blastoderm cells 

Insecta 
capacity 

Amphibia 

Aves 
cell cycle 
Amphibia 



Mammalia 



cell fusion 

Aves 

Mammalia 
cell motihty 

Amphibia 



Blechschmidt 

Meer 

Englander 

Koebke 

Passaponti 

Bluemink 

Greeff 

Laat 

Saag 

Zeijst 

Bluemink 

Greeff 

Laat 

Saag 

Zeijst 

Luger 
Luger 

Beloussov 



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cell surface 

Avcs Chiquet 

cellular 

Amphibia Chibon 
Duprat 
Lovtrup 
Nelson 
Picard 
Aves Meller 

Weiss 
White 
Gastropoda Fioroni 
Insecta Gehring 

Holden 
Mammalia Adamson 
Bulmer 
Konyukhov 
Malpoix 
Mazhuga 
Mazzucco 
Meller 
Peel 
Sazhina 
Weiss 
Turbellaria Chandebois 
chromosomes 

Amphibia Signoret 
cleavage 

Mammalia Snow 
connective tissue 

Aves Christ 

Jacob 
culture in vitro 

Amphibia Deuchar 
Duprat 
Picard 
Cestoda Smyth 

Insecta BuUiere 

Mammalia Wrba 
cytochemistry 

Amphibia Lohmann 

Vahs 
Arachnida Pijnacker 
Insecta Pijnacker 

early embryo 

Amphibia Deuchar 
Lovtrup 
Aves McKenzic 

Crustacea Dohle 
Mammalia Hofman 
Levak 
Skreb 
Svajger 
Mollusca Biggelaar 
ectoderm Amphibia Englandcr 
effect of collagen 

Mammalia Mazzucco 
endocrinology 

Aves White 

Insecta BuUiere 

enzymes 

Mammalia Adamson 
experimental study 

Insecta Weideli 

genetics 

Amphibia Lohmann 
Mammalia Konyukhov 
Sazhina 
granulocytes 

Aves Cury 

Mammalia Cury 
histoblast 

Insecta Bautz 



histochemistry 

Insecta Sprey 

imaginal disc 

Insecta Dewes 

Hadorn 
Lafont 
irradiatiori 

Amphibia Peters 
mechanism 

Mollusca Geilenkirchen 
mesenchyme 

Ascidiacea Sala 
mesoderm 

Amphibia Kurrat 

Aves Mauger 

metamorphosis 

Amphibia Turner 
microcinematography 

Mammaha Deuchar 
molecular biology 

Modak 

Echinoidea Nicotra 
neoblasts 

Turbellaria Sauzin 
pathology 

Aves Weiss 

Mammalia Weiss 
potential 

Homo Rousseau 

Hydrozoa Schmid 
regeneration 

Amphibia Burgess 

Harrebomee 

Annehda Boilly 

Turbellaria Chandebois 
Le Moigne 
Pasquini 
relation to cell division 

Amphibia Brugal 

Mollusca Biggelaar 
state 

Aves McKenzie 

subcellular 

Insecta Jurand 

switching on 

Insecta Ransom 

tissue 

Mammalia Deuchar 
transplanted tissue 

Amphibia Zafiratos 
tumor 

Homo Rousseau 

Mammalia Evans 
ultrastructure 

Amphibia Jacob 
Vahs 

Aves Christ 

Jacob 

Gastropoda Fioroni 

DIGESTIVE TRACT 

see also specific parts 

Ampliibia Albert 
Cambar 
Lestage 

Ascidiacea Burighel 

Aves Gallera 

Harrisson 
LeDouarin 

Mammalia Berton 

Harrisson 
Morris 

Phoronidea Emig 



DISAGGREGATION 
see Cell(s) 

DRUGS (& other biologically 

active chemicals) 
see also specific classes of 

agents (antimitotic agents 

etc.); Teratogenesis; 

Thalidomide; Pesticides 

alcaloids Aves Schowing 

Mammalia Mercier 
Schowing 
Tuchmann 
anticonvulsant 

Mammalia Mercier 

Tuchmann 
barbiturates Aves Ojeda 
effect on breathing 

Homo Gensser 

effect on early development 

Mammalia Polge 
effect on fertiUty 

Mammaha Tuchmann 
effect on fetus 

Mammalia Tuchmann 
effect on implantation 

Homo Jiricka 

Mammaha Jiricka 
effect on placenta 

Homo Jiricka 

Mammaha Jiricka 
effect on regeneration 

Aves Balakhonov 

Mammaha Joseph 
effect on teratogenesis 

Mammalia Mercier 
immunodepressors 

Aves Balakhonov 

LSD Mammalia MuUcr 
neuroleptic 

Mammalia Mercier 

Tuchmann 
neuromuscular blocking 

Mammalia Shoro 
neuropharmaca 

Aves Lenicque 

Homo Lenicque 

neurotoxic 

Mammalia Baumgarten 
neurotropic 

Aves Jurand 

Mammaha Jurand 
psychotropic 

Mammalia Schloot 
reserpine 

Mammalia Mercier 

Tuchmann 
strychnin 

Amphibia Gulluni 
Santoro 



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teratogenesis 




biochemistry 




cytochemistry 




Aves 


Dostal 


Amphibia 


Aimar 


Amphibia 


Steinert 




Jelinek 




Brachet 




Ubbels 




Jurand 




Hanocq 


Homo 


Martinek 




Ojeda 




MoiUiet 


Insecta 


Petavy 


Echinoidea 


Lonning 




MuUer 


Mammaha 


Martinek 




Hagstrom 




Pays 


Teleostei 


Gureeva 


Mammalia 


Damjanov 




Ryffel 


cytology' 






Domac 




Weber 


Polychaeta 


Peaucellier 




Dostal 




Wyhe 


developmental capacity 




Druga 


Ascidiacea 


Farinella 


Mammaha 


Beaumont 




James 




Mansueto 


endocrinology 






Jelinek 




Puccia 


Asteroidea 


Doree 




Jurand 


Echinoidea 


Cognetti 


Teleostei 


Colombo 




Mercier 




Giudice 




Sakun 




Saxen 




Pirrone 


enzymes 






Shoro 




Rinaldi 


Crustacea 


Falugi 




Solter 


Insecta 


Papillon 




Minganti 


Teleostei 


Lonning 




Wyl 


experimental study 




Hagstrom 


Mammalia 


Alexandre 


Insecta 


Schnetter 


test Aves 


Dostal 


Nematoda 


Brun 


fusion 






Jelinek 


Polychaeta 


Dhainaut 


Ascidiacea 


Farinella 


Mammalia 


Dostal 


Teleostei 


Hagenmaier 


Mammalia 


Moor 




Jelinek 




Kamler 




Opas 


toxins Aves 


Schovving 




Kotomin 




Tarkowski 


Mammalia 


Schovi/ing 




Kostomarova 


gene transcription 


tranquillizer 






Neyfakh 


Insecta 


Traut 


Mammalia 


Domac 




Pays 


genetics 




urethan Mammalia Damjanov 




Skobhna 


Polychaeta 


Fischer 




Solter 


biophysics 




germinal vesicle 




venom Mammalia Clavert 


Amphibia 


Hansson 


Amphibia 


Aisenstadt 




Gabriel 


Insecta 


Petavy 




Dettlaff 


veratrum Ampl 


libia Gulluni 


blastokinesis 






Skobhna 




Santoro 


Cephalopod 
capsule 


a Sacarrao 


Chondrostei 


Aisenstadt 
Dettlaff 


EAR 




Opisthobr. 


Kress 




Skoblina 


see Auditory organ 


Turbellaria 


Marinelh 


grey crescent 




(& External ear) 


carcinogenesis 




Amphibia 


Ubbels 






Mammaha 


Elbling 


immunology 




ECTODERM 




chromatin 




Teleostei 


Apekin 


see Embryology 


(experi- 


Amphibia 


Ficq 


irradiation 




mental); Embryology 


chromosomes 




Mammalia 


Beaumont 


(general & descriptive) 


Mammaha 


Franchi 




Franchi 






cleavage after cytopl.removal 


Teleostei 


Sakun 


EGG(S) 




Mammaha 


Ooas 


jelly 




see also Blastocyst; Cleavage; 


comparative study ' 


Amphibia 


Campanella 


Culture; Fertilization; 


Homo 


Gaillard 


maturation 




Gradient; Oogenesis; 


composition 




Amphibia 


Aisenstadt 


Transfer (blastocyst, etc.); 


Teleostei 


Kamler 




Baltus 


Yolk 




cortex 






Brachet 






Amphibia 


Campanella 




Dettlaff 


aging Mammalia 


Beaumont 




Ginsburg 




Hanocq 




Szollosi 




Hansson 




Hubert 


Teleostei 


SzoUosi 


culture in vitro 






Pays 


albumen Aves 


Gerhnger 


Amphibia 


Baltus 




Skoblina 




Goshcheteliani 




Hanocq 




Steinert 


atresia 




Homo 


Stegner 


Chondrostei 


Aisenstadt 


Homo 


Himelstein 




Zeilmaker 




Dettlaff 


Insecta 


King 


Mammalia 


Alexandre 




Faleeva 


Mammalia 


Beaumont 




Elbhng 




Skoblina 




Byskov 




Hay 


Homo 


Zeilmaker 


Pantopoda 


King 




Stegner 


Mammalia 


Alexandre 


autoradiography 




Szollosi 




Hay 


Amphibia 


Ficq 


Teleostei 


Sakun 




Szollosi 




Hanocq 




Szollosi 




Wegmann 


Gastropoda 


Bolognari 
Bottke 






Polychaeta 


Peaucellier 


Teleostei 


Gureeva 











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Teleostei 


Apekin 


preservation 




immunology 






Colombo 


Mammalia 


Zeilmaker 


Homo 


Molotkova 




Faleeva 


resting 






Verbicky 




Gureeva 


Crustacea 


Bettanin 


Mammalia 


Hancock 




Kotomin 




Delia Croce 




McGovern 




Kostomarova 


RNA gene 






McLean 




Neyfakh 


Aves 


Wylie 




Molotkova 




Pays 


sheU 






Verbicky 




Sakun 


Insecta 


Petavy 


maternal age 






Skoblina 


Teleostei 


Hagenmaier 


Mammalia 


Jones 




Szollosi 


symmetry 




pre-implantation stages 


meiosis 




Amphibia 


Hengst 


Mammalia 


Adams 


Amphibia 


Ficq 


temperature 




psychogenous influences 


Asteroidea 


Doree 


Insecta 


Papillon 


Mammalia 


Bontekoe 


Echinoderni 


Guerrier 


teratogenesis 






Naaktgeboren 


Gastropoda 


Bergerard 


Mammalia 


ElbUng 


relation uterus-conceptus 




Bottke 


ultrastructure 




Homo 


Beier 


Homo 


Polani 


Amphibia 


Billett 


MammaUa 


Beier 


Mammalia 


Polani 




Campanella 




Naaktgeboren 


Nematoda 


Brun 




Steinert 


transmission of substances 


Polychaeta 


Guerrier 


Ascidiacea 


La Spina 


Mammalia 


Choroszewska 




Peaucellier 


Cephaloch. 


De Leo 




Morris 


metabolism 




Ctenophora 


De Leo 




Panigel 


Mammalia 


Zeilmaker 


Gastropoda 


Bottke 




Pascaud 


Polychaeta 


Peaucellier 


Homo 


Martinek 




Wild 


microcinematography 




Stegner 


ultrastructure 




Insecta 


Nuss 


Insecta 


Perkowska 


Mammalia 


Glenister 


morphology 




Mammalia 


Kassner 






Insecta 


Nuss 




Martinek 


EMBRYOLOGY (experimental; 


nucleus 






Stegner 


see also specific stages; 


Gastropoda 


Bolognari 




Wabik 


Determination; Gradients; 


oocyte 




Polychaeta 


De Leo 


Induction; Morphogenesis; 


Amphibia 


Billett 




Dhainaut 


Pattern formation; Regu- 




Muller 




Villa 


lation 






Van Gonsen 


Teleostei 


Billett 








Wylie 


Turbellaria 


Marinelli 


Amphibia 


Testa 


Cephaloch. 


De Leo 


weight 




Coleoptera 


Schnetter 


Echinoidea 


Cognetti 


Teleostei 


Kamler 


Collembola 


Tamarelle 




Giudice 






Diplopoda 


Dohle 




Pirrone 


EGG MEMBRANES 


Gastropoda 


Hess 




Rinaldi 


see Egg(s); Emb 


ryonic 


Isopoda 


Daguerre 


Homo 


Stegner 


membranes 




Isoptera 


Truckenbrodt 


Insecta 


Perkowska 






Polychaeta 


Hofmann 


Mammalia 


Baker 


EGG SHELL 




Rodentia 


Csaba 




Beaumont 


see Egg(s) 




Vertebrata 


Durand 




Franchi 






axial patterns 






Stegner 
Zeilmaker 


ELECTRICITY 




Mollusca 


Guerrier 




see Bio-electricity 


Polychaeta 


Guerrier 


Polychaeta 


Villa 






axis Aves 


Stephan 


Teleostei 


Billett 


ELEMENTS (chemical) 


biochemistry 




ooplasm 




see Chemical elements 


Amphibia 


Osborn 


Insecta 


Jung 








Stanisstreet 




Krause 


EMBRYO-MATERNAL 


Ascidiacea 


Ortolani 




Nuss 


RELATIONSHIPS 


Aves 


McKenzie 


ooplasm transplantation 


see also Placent; 


a 


blastokinesis 




Amphibia 


Hengst 






Insecta 


Petavy 


Insecta 


Schnctter 


blastocyst 




blastomere 




ooplasmic movement 


Mammalia 


McLaren 


Echinoidea 


Vittorelli 


Amphibia 


Rzehak 


diabetes 




cell aggregation 




ooplasmic segregation 


Mammalia 


Deuchar 


Amphibia 


Smith 


Amphibia 


Ubbels 


humoral connections 




Stanisstreet 


Insecta 


Schnctter 


Mammalia 


Molotkova 


cell cycle 




Mollusca 


Geilenkirchen 




Murashova 


Insecta 


Maisonhaute 




Verdonk 




Orlova 


cell lineage 




ovulation 






Verbicky 


Diptera 


Dubendorfer 


Homo 


Baker 




Vyazov 


Insecta 


Steiner 


Mammalia 


Baker 


hybrids 




Malacostr. 


Hahnenkamp 


Teleostei 


Colombo 


Mammalia 


Hancock 


Nematoda 


Sulston 


physiology 






McGovern 


cellular phenomena 


Amphibia 


Dick 






Mollusca 


Guerrier 


Insecta 


Hansen 






Polychaeta 


Guerrier 


Mollusca 


Geilenkirchen 






centrifugation 




pigment 








Insecta 


Nuss 


Amphibia 


Rzehak 











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chromosomes 

Amphibia Lacroix 
Loones 
compartmentalization 

Insecta Lawrence 

culture in vitro 

Mammalia , Glenister 
Porifera Korotkova 

cytology 

Polychaeta PeaucelHer 
early stages 

Amphibia Vacek 
Aves Callebaut 

McKenzie 
Vacek 
Vakaet 
Insecta Gateff 

Krause 
Mammalia Beier 
Fraser 
Hoare 
Hofman 
Levak 
Modlinski 
Moor 
Morriss 
Skreb 
Svajger 
Vacek 
Webb 
Mollusca Verdonk 
ectoderm Amphibia Johnen 
effect of lUD 

Homo Hurst 

Mammalia Hurst 
egg cylinder 

Mammalia Ozdzenski 
endoderm Amphibia Albert 
endoderm-mesoderm interact. 

Amphibia Albert 
environmental factors 
Ascidiacea Farinella 
Polychaeta PeaucelHer 
gamete age Mammalia Komar 
genetics Insecta Marsh 
interspecific association 

Aves Robaday 

Umb Aves Kieny 

lithium Amphibia Koebke 
marginal zone 

Amphibia Koebke 
mesoderm Amphibia Gipouloux 
Kurrat 
Aves Kieny 

Mauger 
morphogenetic potential 

Amphibia Gipouloux 
morphology 

Amphibia Osborn 

Stanisstreet 
Mammalia Wilson 
muscle Aves Kieny 
nuclear transplantation 

Insecta Santamaria 

potency Insecta Krause 
prospective maps 

Mammalia West 
relation to membranes 

Insecta Petavy 

role of membrane 

Echinoderm Guerrier 
Polychaeta Guerrier 



segmentation 




Coleoptera 


Schnetter 


Amphibia 


Ivanov 


Collembola 


Jura 


Aves 


Ivanov 


Crustacea 


Dohle 


stages 




Mammalia 


BiUington 


Amphibia 


Ignatjeva 




Danijanov 


Teleostei 


Ignatjeva 




Gouget 


theoretical study Bezem 




Jenkinson 




Raven 




Searle 


tracer study 






Sellens 


Mollusca 


Guerrier 




Smith 


Polychaeta 


Guerrier 




Solter 






Rodentia 


ModHnski 


EMBRYOLOGY (general & 


environmental factors 


descriptive) 




Coleoptera 


Delay 


see also specific stages; 




Juberthie 


Development (general); 


germ layers 




Organogenesis 


Mammaha 


Razek 






mesoderm 




Acarina 


Cassagne 


Insecta 


Haget 


Apterygota 


Koscielski 


mesoderm formation 


Arachnida 


Legendre 


Vertebrata 


Nieuwkoop 


Artiodact. 


Knese 


microcinematography 




Schmidt 


Aves 


Lucey 


Ascidiacea 


Farinella 


Mammalia 


Steele 


Cephalopoda De Leo 


normal table 




Chelonia 


Ragozina 


Teleostei 


Morgan 


Chondrostei 


Sytina 


Urodela 


Bozdzilovskaya 


Cladocera 


Bettanin 




Dettlaff 




Delia Croce 


phylogenesis 




Coleoptera 


Louvet 


Vertebrata 


Nieuwkoop 




Ressouches 


segmentation 




Collembola 


Krzysztofowicz 


Brachiop. 


Slewing 




Tamarelle 


Phoronidea 


Slewing 


Copepoda 


Kohler 


staging 




Diplopoda 


Dohle 


Rodentia 


Snow 


Heteroptera 


Louvet 


ultrastructure 




Homo 


Hies 


Amphibia 


Habrova 




Menkes 




Nedvidek 




Revesz 




Perry 


Hydrozoa 


Glatzer 


Annelida 


Reverberi 


Hymenoptera King 


Anura 


Gipouloux 




Koscielska 


Ascidiacea 


Dolcemascolo 


Isopoda 


Daguerre 




Gianguzza 




Lassegues 




Mancuso 




Moyse 




Reverberi 


Lacertilia 


Bons 


Aves 


Backhouse 


Malacostr. 


Zilch 




Baumann 


Orthoptera 


Louvet 




Bellairs 


Pantopoda 


King 




Christ 




Winter 




Jacob 


Phasmida 


Louvet 


Insecta 


Haget 


Polychaeta 


Cazaux 




Jurand 




Heimler 


Mammalia 


Damjanov 


Rodcntia 


Mystkowska 




Skreb 




Ozdzenski 




Solter 




Peters 


Mollusca 


Reverberi 


Teleostei 


Tcherniaev 


Polychaeta 


Villa 


Turbellaria 


Koscielski 


Rodentia 


Czolowska 


body form 




Turbellaria 


Le Moigne 


Cetacea 


Pilleri 






comparative stu 


idy 


EMBRYOLOGY (physiological) 


Ascidiacea 


Ivanova 


see also specific 


stages; 


Insecta 


Woyke 


Development; Energy; 


culture in vitro 




Metabolism; 


Nutrition; 


Aves 


Lucey 


Respiration, 


etc. 



Mammalia Benoit 

McLaren 
Steele 

Teleostei Chambolle 
early stages 

Aves Christ 

Jacob 
Rostedt 



Ascidiacea Wallace 

Aves Baumann 

Carnivora Busch 

Marsupialia Renfree 

Rodentia Csaba 



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biochemistry 




function 


ENVIRONMENTAL 


Amphibia 


Habrova 


Mammalia Kuhnel 


FACTORS 






Knowland 


histochemistry 


see also Adaptation; Pollutants 




Melehova 


Mammalia Kuhnel 


specific physical agents 




Nedvidek 


in vitro Wrba 






Aves 


Dubois 


malformations 


Amphibia 


Briegleb 




Wylie 


Aves Jelinek 




Neubert 


Crustacea 


Hultin 


physiology 




Rostand 


Echinoidea 


Backstrom 


Aves Simkiss 




Woellwarth 




De Petrocellis 


teratogenesis 


Aves 


Zusman 




Immers 


Aves Marraro 


Chondroste 


Davidova 




Pucci 


ultrastructure 




Dettlaff 


Insecta 


Hansen 


Homo Hoyes 


Crustacea 


Castel 


MammaUa 


Johnson 


Navaratnam 


Echinoidea 


Lonning 


Mesozoa 


Lapan 


Mammalia Gulamhusein 




Hagstrom 


biophysics 




yolk sac 


Insecta 


Briegleb 


Amphibia 


Capuron 


Homo Navaratnam 




Delay 


cytochemistry 








Fourche 


Acari 


Pijnacker 


ENDROCRINE ORGANS 




Lees 


Amphibia 


Ubbels 


see also specific organs; 




Neubert 


Insecta 


Pijnacker 


Hormones 




Neumann 


early stages 








Scharloo 


Mammaha 


Poke 


APUD cells 


Mammalia 


Degenhardt 


effect of fetal proteins 


Aves Harrisson 


Polychaeta 


Peaucellier 


Mammaha 


Renfree 


Mammalia Harrisson 


Reptilia 


Zusman 


electrolytes 




comparative study 


Teleostei 


Braum 


Aves 


Simkiss 


Mammalia Harrison 




Hagstrom 


endocrinology 




cytology 




Heesen 


Mammalia 


Kratochvvil 


Teleostei Olivereau 




Lonning 




Polge 


development 




Zaitzev 


enzymes 




Amphibia Accordi 


Turbellaria 


Bondi 


Ascidiacea 


Falugi 


Gallo 




Tei 




Minganti 


ManelH 


Vertebrata 


Emelianov 




Raineri 


Mastroha 






Crustacea 


Falugi 
Minganti 


Milano 
Aves Accordi 


ENZYME(S) 




Echinoidea 


Falugi 


Gallo 


activation 






Minganti 


ManeUi 


Aves 


Fedecka 




Raineri 


Milano 


Mammalia 


Petzoldt 


Insecta 


Duspiva 


Cyclostom. Fernholm 


aldolase 




histochemistry 




experimental study 


Mammalia 


Adamson 


Ascidiacea 


Dolcemascolo 


Crustacea Daguerre 


amylase 






Gianguzza 


histochemistry 


Insecta 


Hoorn 




Mancuso 


Teleostei Olivereau 




Jong 


metabolism 




histogenesis 


arginase 




Polychaeta 


Peaucellier 


Amphibia Hanke 


Aves 


Ehasson 


tracer study 




neurohemal organ 


asparaginase 




Ascidiacea 


Mansueto 


Arachnida Juberthie 
neurosecretory organs 


Amphibia 


GuUuni 
Santoro 


EMBRYOMA(S) 


Crustacea Herp 


blastocoel 




see Teratoma(s) 




physiology 

Teleostei Olivereau 


Mammalia 
blastocyst 


Bentyn 


EMBRYONIC FLUIDS 


ultrastructure 


Mammalia 


Denker 


see Embryonic i 


Tiembranes 


Crustacea Daguerre 


bone Mammalia Gaillard 






Mammalia Young 


carbamylphosphate synthetase 


EMBRYONIC MEMBRANES 


Y-organ 


Amphibia 


Charles 


(& fluids) 




Crustacea Blanchet 


carbohydrate Aves Dutton 








Homo 


Dutton 


Reptilia 


Bellairs 


ENDODERM 


Mammalia 


Dutton 


allantois 




see Embryology (experi- 


cell cycle Mammalia Wijk 


Aves 


Marraro 


mental); Embryology 


cholinesterase 




chorion 




(general & desriptive) 


Ascidiacea 


Falugi 


Homo 


Durst 






Minganti 




Hoyes 


ENERGY (developmental) 




Raineri 


Mammalia 


Gulamhusein 




Crustacea 


Falugi 


chorioallantois 




Mammalia Zeilmakcr 




Minganti 


Aves 


Simkiss 




Echinoidea 


Falugi 


enzymes 




ENTEROCHROMAFFIN 




Minganti 


Homo 


Gen user 


CELLS 




Raineri 


fluids 




sec Chromaffin cells 


Homo 


Navaratnam 


Homo 


Gebhardt 
Gennser 




Mammalia 


Adamson 
Navaratnam 


Mammalia 


Bcntyn 




CPK Aves 


Perriard 




Berton 




Mammalia 


Perriard 




Renfree 








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dehydrogenase 

Aves Beaupain 

Croisille 
Rinaudo 
Insecta Duke 

Teleostei Raunich 
detoxicating 

Aves Dutton 

Homo Dutton 

Mammalia Dutton 
development 

Homo Benson 

Hydrozoa Muller 
Mammalia Benson 
Fensom 
differentiation 

Insecta Rembold 

Mammalia Parsons 
DNA polymerase 

Aves Croisille 

Smith 
Soriano 
DNA synthesis 

Echinoidea Filosa 
Parisi 
early embryo 

Amphibia Brahma 
Aves Vakaet 

Gastropoda Wal 
Insecta Hansen 

ecdysone metabolism 

Insecta Koolman 

embryo 

Ascidiacea D'Anna 
Insecta Duspiva 

esterases 

Aves Croisille 

fetal in tumour 

Mammalia Raftell 
function 

Homo Chalumeau 

Mammalia Chalumeau 
genetics 

Homo Schloot 

Insecta Leibenguth 

gut 

Insecta KubU 

hatching 

Ascidiacea Puccia 
hydroxylase 

Aves Rinaudo 

imaginal disc 

Insecta Lafont 

in explants 

Mammalia Parsons 
induction 

Aves Eliasson 

Homo Eliasson 

isoenzymes 

Amphibia Guillet 

Korochkin 
Aves Perriard 

Insecta Hoorn 

Kubli 

Leibenguth 
Steinmetz 
Thorig 
Mammalia Perriard 
Renfree 
kidney 

Mammalia Berton 



kinases 

Aves Eppenberger 

Insecta Eppenberger 

Mammalia Adamson 
Teleostei Eppenberger 

LDH 

Amphibia Korochkin 
Mammalia Renfree 

lipid metabolisn 

Homo Rooy 

Mammalia Rooy 

liver 

MammaUa Vetterlein 

lung Aves Dameron 

Marin 

lysosomal 

Insecta Russo 

Mammalia Dott 

lysozyme 

Homo Adinolfi 

MDH Mammalia Renfree 

mesenchyme 

Aves Knese 

Mammalia Knese 

morphogenesis 

Mammalia Wegmann 

multimolecular 

Homo Chalumeau 

Mammalia Chalumeau 

nucleus 

Amphibia GalUen 

odontoblastic 

Mammalia Linde 

oxidase 

Insecta Duke 

pathology 

Homo Chalumeau 

Mammalia Chalumeau 

peroxidase 

Amphibia Regard 

phosphatase 

Aves Rinaudo 

Crustacea Falugi 

Minganti 

placenta 



EPIDERMIS 

Amphibia Billett 
Girard 
Aves Mauger 

Insecta Bulliere 

Teleostei Bereiter 

EPIDIDYMIS 

Mammalia Blom 

EPIPHYSIS 
see Pineal organ 

EPITHELIAL-MESENCHYMAL 

INTERACTIONS 
see also Induction 

limb Amphibia Tarin 
lung Aves Carinci 

Dameron 
Mariani 
Marin 
Mammalia Bluemink 
organ specificity 

Mammalia Kratochwil 
organogenesis 

Mammalia Abrunhosa 
salivary gland 

Mammalia Bluemink 
sense organs 

Aves Saxod 

sl^in Aves Carinci 

Mariani 
teeth 

Mammalia Karcher 
Ruch 
Saxen 
tumour 

Vcrtebrata Tarin 
wing Aves Amprino 

EPITHELIUM 



Homo 


1 hiery 


biophysics 




protease 




Teleostei 


Spencer 


Mammalia 


Kirchner 


culture Aves 


Middleton 


repression 




Mammalia 


Middleton 


Homo 


Eliasson 


cysts Amphibia Hartwig 


reproduction 




derived organs 




Hydrozoa 


Muller 


Homo 


Hinrichsen 


RNAse 




Mammalia 


Hinrichsen 


Aves 


Lanot 


differentiation 




sense organs 




Aves 


Passaponti 


Homo 


Kraus 


esophagus 




Mammalia 


Kraus 


Mammalia 


Sevcenko 


silk gland 




functional differentiation 


Insecta 


De Turenne 


Mammalia 


Beck 


steroid 




lung 




Amphibia 


Dupuis 


Aves 


Dameron 


synthesis 






Marin 


Aves 


Fedecka 


palate 




synthetase 




Mammalia 


Andersen 


Echinoidea 


De Petrocellis 




Fejerskov 


tcratogenesis 




regeneration 




Aves 


Lanot 


Mammalia 


Joseph 


testis 




ultrastructure 




Homo 


Pirkic 
Rode 


Ascidiacea 


Georges 


transferase 




EQUIPMENT 




Aves 


Accordi 


see Methods 




wound healing 








Mammalia 


Makinen 


ERYTHOCYTES 




Raekallio 


see Blood 





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ERYTHROPOIESIS 

see Hematopoiesis 

EVOLUTION 

see Phylogenesis 

EXCRETORY SYSTEM 

see also Kidney(s); Urogenital 
system 

Amphibia Cambar 

Gipouloux 
Girard 

Phoronidea Emig 

EXTRA-CELLULAR MATRIX 
see Matrix 

EXTRA-EMBRYONIC 

MEMBRANES 
see Embryonic membranes 



EXTREMITIES 




see Limb(s); Wing(s) 


EYE(S) 




see also Eye lens 


Mammalia 


Pilleri 


autoradiography 




Aves 


Janssen 




Meller 




Starre 


Mammalia 


Meller 


biochemistry 




Amphibia 


Mitashov 




Sviridov 


Aves 


Janssen 




Robert 




Starre 


Chondrostei 


Baburina 




Mitashov 




Stroeva 


Mammalia 


Marshak 




Panova 




Robert 




Stroeva 


cellular interaction 


Aves 


Clayton 




Lucey 




Perry 




Pritchard 


Mammalia 


Clayton 




Lucey 




Perry 




Pritchard 


chorioid Teleostei Ramsay 


ciliary body 




Amphibia 


Dabagian 


Mammalia 


Akhabadzc 




Stroeva 


compound 




Arthropoda 


Wada 


Insecta 


Colin 




Haget 




Such 


conjunctiva 




Aves 


Ambrosi 


cornea 




Aves 


Robert 


Mammalia 


Robert 



culture in vitro 




immunochemistry 


Aves 


Clayton 


Aves 


Barabanov 




Janssen 


immunology 






Lucey 


Aves 


Mikhaylov 




Meller 




Vyazov 




Perry 


Mammalia 


Vyazov 




Pritchard 


induction 






Starre 


Amphibia 


Lopashov 




Stefanelli 




Vahs 




Zacchei 


Teleostei 


Vahs 


Mammalia 


Akhabadze 


involution 






Clayton 


Arachnida 


Munoz 




Lucey 


Crustacea 


Juberthie 




Meller 


Mammalia 


Pilleri 




Perry 


Vertebrata 


Durand 




Pritchard 


iris 






Stefanelli 


Mammalia 


Akhabadze 




Stroeva 




Stroeva 




Zacchei 


malformations 




cytochemistry 




Mammalia 


Konyukhov 


Amphibia 


Vahs 


metamorphosis 






Yamada 


Insecta 


Egelhaaf 


Teleostei 


Vahs 


metaplasia 




development 




Amphibia 


Lopashov 


Vertebrata 


Clavert 


Mammalia 


Lopashov 


differentiation 






Sologub 


Arachnida 


Munoz 


mitosis 




Aves 


Clayton 


Amphibia 


Ottaviani 




Lucey 


morphogenesis 






Perry 


Insecta 


Mouze 




Pritchard 


morphology 




Chondrostei 


Baburina 


Insecta 


Mouze 




Mitashov 


nauplius 






Stroeva 


Crustacea 


Martin 


Mammalia 


Clayton 


neural retina 






Lucey 


Amphibia 


Korochkin 




Marshak 




Mitashov 




Perry 




Sviridov 




Pritchard 


Aves 


Matthopoulos 




Stroeva 




Ruano 


endocrinology 




Chondrostei 


Baburina 


Insecta 


Mouze 




Mitashov 


enzymes 






Stroeva 


Amphibia 


Korochkin 


photoreceptors 




Aves 


Rinaudo 


Teleostei 


Ramsay 


epithehum 




physiology 




Aves 


Clayton 


Insecta 


Egelhaaf 




Lucey 


pigment 






Perry 


Insecta 


Colin 




Pritchard 




Egelhaaf 


Mammalia 


Clayton 


Mammalia 


Lopashov 




Perry 




Sologub 




Pritchard 


pigment epitheli 


ium 


experimental study 


Amphibia 


Mitashov 


Insecta 


Such 


Chondrostei 


Baburina 


genetics 






Mitashov 


Amphibia 


Vahs 




Stroeva 


Insecta 


Egelhaaf 


Mammalia 


Marshak 


Mammalia 


Osipov 




Panova 




Sanyal 




Stroeva 




Theiler 


regeneration 






Vakhrusheva 


Amphibia 


Dabagian 


Polychaeta 


Fischer 




Korochkin 


Teleostei 


Vahs 




Mitashov 


growth 






Sviridov 


Mammalia 


Marshak 

Panova 

Stroeva 




] 


histochemistry 








Mammalia 


Lierse 






Teleostei 


Grun 
Ramsay 







i 



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retina 




Amphibia 


Dabagian 




Lopashov 




Ottaviani 


Aves 


Meller 




Mikhavlov 




Stefanelli 




Zacchei 


Mammalia 


Lierse 




Lopashov 




Marshak 




Meller 




Sanyal 




Sologub 




Stefanelli 




Stroeva 




Zacchei 


Teleostei 


Grun 


retino-hypothalamic connect. 


Vertebrata 


Oksche 


retino-tectal connections 


Amphibia 


Brandle 




Szekely 


Mammalia 


Fulcrand 


sclera 




Aves 


Ambrosi 


Homo 


Pilleri 


stalk 




Crustacea 


Juberthie 


teratogenesis 




Mammalia 


Akhabadze 




Stroeva 


ultrastructure 




Amphibia 


Dabagian 




Yamada 


Arachnida 


Munoz 


Aves 


Meller 


Insecta 


Such 


Mammalia 


Lierse 




Meller 


Teleostei 


Grun 




Ramsay 


EYE LENS 




see also Regeneration 


(traumatic) 




Aves 


Woerdeman 


Mammalia 


Woerdeman 


biochemistry 


Modak 


Aves 


Burns 




Clayton 




Perry 




Pritchard 




Thomson 




Truman 




Wilhamson 


Mammalia 


Clayton 




Perry 




Pritchard 




Truman 


cell membrane 




Aves 


Clayton 




Odeigah 




Perry 




Pritchard 


Mammalia 


Clayton 




Odeigah 




Perry 




Pritchard 


crystallin 




Amphibia 


Brahma 


Mammalia 


Platonov 



culture in vitro 




FEATHER(S) 




Aves 


Starre 






development 




Aves 


Dhouailly 


Aves 


Ruano 




Groenendijk 




Wakely 




Mauger 


differentiation 


Modak 




Novel 


Aves 


Doorenmaale 




Sengel 


Homo 


Doorenmaale 






Vertebrata 


Clavert 


FECUNDITY 




immunochemistry 


see Fertihty 




Aves 


Barabanov 






Vertebrata 


Clayton 


FERTILITY (& steriHty) 


immunology 








Aves 


Brahma 


Homo 


Cohen 




Clayton 




Molotkova 




Doorenmaaler 




Taillemite 




Odeigah 




Verbicky 




Perry 


insecta 


Papillon 




Pritchard 


Mammalia 


Cohen 




Starre 




Molotkova 


Homo 


Doorenmaalen 




Swanson 


Mammalia 


Clayton 




Verbicky 




Odeigah 




Zeilmaker 




Perry 








Platonov 


FERTILIZATION 




Pritchard 






inducing substance 


Arachnida 


Feiertag 


Amphibia 


Mikhaylov 




Pijnacker 


Aves 


Mikhaylov 


Ascidiacea 


Villa 


induction 




Insecta 


Pijnacker 


Amphibia 


Hoperskaya 


Mammalia 


Adams 


Aves 


Doorenmaalen 




Kassner 




Karkinen 




Modlinski 




Starre 


Polychaeta 


Knight 


Homo 


Doorenmaalei 


acrosome 




malformations 




Chondrostei 


Ginsburg 


Aves 


Wakely 


activation 




metaplasia 




Insecta 


Haget 


Amphibia 


Lopashov 


artificial 




ultrastructure 




Polychaeta 


Cazaux 


Aves 


Clayton 


biochemistry 






Lucey 


Echinoidea 


Ferrini 




Odeigah 




ManeUi 




Perry 


cell membrane 






Pritchard 


Amphibia 


Bluemink 


Mammalia 


Clayton 




Laat 




Lucey 




Saag 




Odeigah 


Ascidiacea 


O'Dell 




Perry 


Echinoidea 


O'Dell 




Pritchard 


cortical reactio 


n 



FACE 

see Head 

FALLOPIAN TUBE 

see Oviduct 

FAT 

see Adipose tissues. Lipid(s) 

FAT BODY 

see Adipose tissues 

FATE MAPS 

see Embryology (experimental) 

FATTY ACIDS 
see Lipid(s) 



Amphibia 

cytology 

Homo 

Mammalia 
egg age 

Ascidiacea 



Campanella 
Ginsburg 

Baker 
Baker 



Cusimano 
Ortolani 
endocrinology 

Homo Baker 

Mammalia Baker 

environmental conditions 

Amphibia Campanella 
experimental study 
Mammalia Polge 



in vitro 
Homo 



Mammalia 



Baker 

Barnes 

Zeilmaker 

Baker 

Barnes 

Eraser 

Kaleta 

Polge 



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micropyle 




ageing 




activity 




Mammalia 


Szollosi 


Mammalia 


Eraser 


Amphibia 


Vahs 


Teleostei 


SzoUosi 




Polge 


Insecta 


Beyse 


polyspermy 




biochemistry 






Bosshard 


Echinoidea 


Ferrini 


Mammalia 


Johnson 




Leibenguth 




ManelH 


endocrinology 






MUller 


role of jelly 




Oligochaeta 


Lattaud 




Robert 


Amphibia 


Campanella 


Polychaeta 


Durchon 




Seydewitz 


sperm age 






Pfannenstiel 




Traut 


Mammalia 


Cohen 


gametogenesis 




Polychaeta 


Fischer 


ultrastructure 




Amphibia 


Wallace 


Teleostei 


Vahs 


Amphibia 


Campanella 


Gastropoda 


Nowakowna 


amplification 




zona pellucida 






Sembrat 


Amphibia 


Labrousse 


Mammalia 


Szollosi 


Teleostei 


Koshelev 




Lohmann 


Teleostei 


Szollosi 


genetics 




Insecta 


Kunz 






Homo 


Beatty 




Renkawitz 


FETAL FLUIDS 


Mammalia 


Beatty 




Russo 


see Embryonic 


membranes 


irradiation 






Schafer 






Qiondrostei 


Persov 


control of early development 


FETAL MEMBRANES 




Zubova 


Mollusca 


Arnolds 


see Embryonic 


membranes 


Insecta 


Bluzat 


dosage 








Teleostei 


Chmilevsky 


Insecta 


Bernard 


FETUS 






Persov 


expression 




see also Development 


physiology 




Amphibia 


CoUenot 


(postembryonic, fetal) 


Amphibia 


Wallace 




Gounon 












Gurdon 


Homo 


Taillemite 


GANGLION (GANGLIA) 


Aves 


Bogenmann 


Mammalia 


Naaktgeboren 






Insecta 


Leibenguth 






Amphibia 


Baker 


Mammalia 


Bogenmann 


FIBROBLAST(S) 


Aves 


Mitolo 




Goswami 








Pannese 




Harrison 


Aves 


Beug 




Roncali 


function 






Gotzos 


Homo 


Kraus 


Insecta 


Lezzi 




Knese 




Serrantino 


Mammalia 


Lezzi 




McKenzie 


Mammalia 


Druga 


lethal 






Musy 


Teleostei 


Benedetti 


Amphibia 


Collenot 




Ruoslahti 








Gounon 




Vaheri 


GASTRULA(TION) 


localization 






Wartiovaara 






Insecta 


Dennhofer 


Homo 


Knese 


Amphibia 


Boterenbrood 


physiology 




Mammalia 


Knese 




Durston 
Hara 


Insecta 


Glatzer 
Hess 


FIN(S) 






Hoperskaya 
Johnen 




Johannisson 
Schafer 


Teleostei 


Bouvet 




Lopashov 


regulation 










Lovtrup 


Amphibia 


Rostand 


FLAGELLA 






Peters 
Reyss 


RNA Aves 
transcription 


Wylie 


FLUORESCENCE 


Echinoidea 


Sevaljevic 


Insecta 


Traut 


MICROSCOPY 


Insecta 


Koscielska 






see also Immunology 


Mammalia 


Benoit 


GENETICS (developmental) 






Teleostei 


Tumanishvili 


see also specific 


: aspects; Cell 


FLUORINE 








heredity; Chromosomes; 


see Chemical Elements 


GENE(S) 




Genes; Hybrids; Mutants; 






see also Genetics; Mutants 


Nucleus etc, 





FOLLICLE (egg-) 
see Ovary 

FOLLICLE CELLS 

see Oogenesis 

FREE-MARTINS 

see Sexual Development 

GALL BLADDER 
see Liver 

GAMETES (& gametogenesis) 
see also Germ cells; Oogenesis; 
Spermatogenesis etc. 



action 
Insecta 



activation 
Insecta 



Mammalia 



Ashburner 
Egelhaaf 

Artavanis 

Helmsing 

Holden 

Ish 

Leenders 

Harrison 



Homo 



Insecta 



Mammalia 



Cioppettini 

Testa 

Korochkin 

Woyke 

Csaba 

Lyon 

Revesz 

Csaba 



Crustacea 
Nematoda 



Zaffagnini 
Zaffagnini 



Turbellaria 
abnormal karyotype 

Homo Niikawa 

activ. of parental genomes 

Szollosi 
ageing 

Nematoda Brun 
allophenes 

Amphibia Boucaut 



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androgenesis 

Ascidiacea Ortolani 
brain 

Mammalia Osipov 

Vakhrusheva 
determined state 

Insecta Bernard 

differentiation 

Mammalia Konyukhov 
effect of paternal genome 
SzoUosi 
effect of weightlessness 
Insecta Briegleb 

Neubert 
enzymes 

Homo Schloot 

Insecta Duke 

Jong 

Leibenguth 
Steinmetz 
Thorig 
epigenetics 

Insecta Duke 

eye 

Insecta Egelhaaf 

Mammalia Osipov 
Sanyal 
Theiler 
Vakhrusheva 
Polychaeta Fischer 
gametes 

Homo Beatty 

Mammalia Beatty 
gene control 

Insecta Bulliere 

genotype 

Mammalia McLaren 
gynogenesis 

Amphibia Jaylet 

Rostand 
heterosis 

Mammalia Krzanowska 
imaginal disc 

Insecta Garcia 

lethal factor 

Insecta Steinmetz 

limb Mammalia Osipov 

Vakhrusheva 
liver proteins 

Mammalia Goswami 
mapping Insecta Bernard 
maternal effect 

Amphibia Beetschen 
Fernandez 
mosaics Amphibia Boucaut 
Insecta Janning 

Mammalia Degenhardt 
Deol 
neoplasm Insecta Gateff 
nervous system 

Nematoda Brenner 
pattern formation 

Insecta Kroeger 

phenogenesis 

Mammalia Sanyal 
proliferation 

Mammalia Konyukhov 
Sazhina 
protein 

Amphibia Beetschen 
Gasser 
quantitative characters 
Insecta Schouten 



regulation 




ultrastructure 




Insecta 


Glatzer 


Amphibia 


Cambar 




Hess 


Homo 


Wartenberg 




Johannissson 


Invertebrata 


Afzelius 




Schafer 


Mammalia 


Franchi 


selection 






Wartenberg 


Insecta 


Vreezen 




Weakly 


sex determination 


Reptilia 


Hubert 


Crustacea 


Ginsburger 






Insecta 


Nothiger 


GERM CELLS (primordial) 


sexual development 






Crustacea 


Carre 


biochemistry 






Legrand 


Insecta 


Kunz 


vertebral column 


cytology 




Mammalia 


Theiler 


Insecta 
differentiation 


Ribbert 


GENITAL TRACT 


Amphibia 


Wylie 


see also Reproductive system; 


Thysanura 


Jonczy 


Urogenital system 




Klag 






general study 




Aves 


Lutz 


Amphibia 


Capuron 


Insecta 


Chauvin 




Newth 


Mammalia 


Blom 


Aves 


Rogulska 




Brinkmann 


Mammalia 


Rogulska 




Glenister 


genetics 






Grignon 


Insecta 


Glatzer 




Gulamhusein 




Hess 




Kuhnel 




Johannisson 




Martinovitch 




Schafer 




Pavic 


origin 






Thiery 


Aves 


Pala 




Zaayer 


Echinoderm 


Kasyanov 




Zivkovic 


Lamelhbr 


Sabelli 






Mollusca 


Kasyanov 


GENITALIA 




Polychaeta 


Di Grande 


see Reproductive system 




Sabelli 



GERM CELLS (general) 
see also Gametes 

Aves Dubois 

Malacostr. Hahnenkamp 
age Mammalia Komar 
biochemistry 

Mammalia Garweg 
bridges 

Lacertilia Filosa 
cytochemistry 

Mammalia Weakly 
descriptive study 

Reptilia Hubert 

development 

Amphibia Gipouloux 
differentiation 

Aves Rogulska 

Mammalia Ozdzenski 
Rogulska 
effect of chemicals 

Aves Bruel 

endocrinology 

Mammalia Garweg 
experimental study 

Aves Didier 

Reptilia Hubert 

irradiation 

Amphibia Di Grande 

Mammalia Franchi 
movement 

Aves Cuminge 

Dubois 



Teleostei Pala 

Vertebrata Nieuwkoop 
phylogenesis 

Vertebrata Nieuwkoop 
relation with somatic cells 

Aves Reynaud 
transplantation 

Aves Reynaud 

GERM LAYERS 

see Embryology (experi- 
mental); Embryology 
(general & descriptive) 

see also specific derivatives 

GERMINAL VESICLE 

see Nucleus 



GESTATION 

see Pregnancy 

GILL(S) 

Teleostei 



Ramsay 
Yacob 



GLAND(S) (endocrine) 
see specific endocrine glands; 
Endocrine organs 

GLAND(S) (exocrine) 

see also specific glands; 

specific organs 

biochemistry 

Amphibia Picard 
Insecta Eeken 

Koninkx 



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cement 




differentiation 




polarity 




Am[ hibia 


Picard 


Aves 


Rogulska 


Ascidiacea 


Sabbadin 


culture in vitro 






Wolff 


Hydrozoa 


Wilby 


Mammalia 


Gomot 


Lamellibr 


Lucas 


Insecta 


Lawrence 




Lawson 


Mammalia 


Buehr 


regeneration 




endocrinology 






Ozdzenski 


Amphibia 


Lheureux 


Mammalia 


Kratochwil 




Rogulska 


segment 




enzymes 




endocrinology 




Insecta 


Lawrence 


Insecta 


De Turenne 


Aves 


Chanturishvili 


\vound healing 


Him 


hatching 






Groenendijk 






Amphibia 


Denuce 




Haffen 






Teleostei 


Denuce 




Kankava 


GRAFT REACTIONS 


histochemistry 






Kincurashvili 


see Immunology 


'; Trans- 


Insecta 


Gaudecker 




Kurulashvili 


plantation 




mammary 






Scheib 






Homo 


Karlsson 




Tvorogova 


GRAFTING 




Mammalia 


Gomot 




Weniger 


see Transplantation 




Karlsson 


Chondrostei 


Zubova 








Kratochwil 


Mammalia 


Weniger 


GRANULOSA CELLS 


molecular biolo| 


?y 


experimental study 


see Ovary 




Insecta 


De Turenne 


Amphibia 


Milano 






morphogenesis 






Vannini 


GROWTH 




Mammalia 


Lawson 


Aves 


Didier 


see also Growth factors; specific 


salivary 






Milano 


organs, etc. 




Homo 


Posinovec 


germinal epithelium 






Insecta 


Danieli 


Aves 


Scheib 


Crustacea 


Zaffagnini 




Eeken 


growth 




allometry 






Gaudecker 


Aves 


Gasc 


Crustacea 


Mocquard 




Helmsing 


histochemistry 




cartilage 






Koninkx 


Mammalia 


Bielanska 


Mammalia 


Kvinnsland 


Mammalia 


Bluemink 


hybrids 




compensatory 






Lawson 


Amphibia 


Mancino 


Mammalia 


Babayeva 


silk 




interstitial cells 






Berton 


Insecta 


De Turenne 


Aves 


Rogulska 




Miiller 


tissue interactions 


Mammalia 


Ozdzenski 


control 




Mammalia 


Bluemink 




Rogulska 


MammaHa 


Lawson 


transplantation 




polypoidy 




embryo 




Mammalia 


Gomot 


Insecta 


Lauge 


Crustacea 


Bettanin 


ultrastructure 




postembryonic 






Delia Croce 


Insecta 


Eeken 


Crustacea 


Berreur 


Teleostei 


Kamler 




Gaudecker 


sterile 




endocrinology 




Mammalia 


Bluemink 


Anura 


Di Grande 


Crustacea 


Mocquard 


uropygial 




steroidogenic cells 


fetus 




Aves 


Bride 


Aves 


Scheib 


Mammalia 


Naaktgeboren 




Gomot 


transplantation 




genetics 








Amphibia 


Lazard 


Mollusca 


Wanscher 


GLUCOSE 




Aves 


Scheib 


immunology 




see Carbohydra 


te(s) 


Crustacea 
ultrastructure 


Carre 


Mammalia 
larva 


Babayeva 


GLYCOGEN 




Insecta 


Cavallin 


Amphibia 


Fox 


see Carbohydratc(s) 


Mammalia 


Bielanska 


Lamellibr 


Lucas 










nutrition 




GONAD(S) 




GRADIENT(S) 




Lamellibr 


Le Roux 


see also Ovary; 


Testis 


see also Symme 


try 


physiology 
Mammalia 


Huber 


biochemistry 




animal-vegetal 




postembryonic 




Aves 


Cuminge 


Echinoidea 


Gustafson 


Mammalia 


Huber 




Dubois 




Immers 


prenatal 






Gasc 


dorsoventral 




Mammalia 


Lansdown 


biophysics 




Amphibia 


Hara 


rate 




Insecta 


Lauge 




Landstrom 


Mammalia 


Wijk 


chromosome 






Lovtrup 


regeneration 




Gastropoda 


Bottke 




Nieuwkoop 


Turbellaria 


Pasquini 


comparative study 




Ubbels 


regulation 




Mammalia 


Harrison 


mesoderm 




Mammalia 


Desser 


culture in vitro 




Amphibia 


Boterenbrood 




Nadal 


Amphibia 


Gardcnghi 




Hara 




Sidorova 




Zaccanti 




Nieuwkoop 


rhythm in morphogenesis 


Aves 


Scheib 


organogenesis 




Hydrozoa 


Beloussov 




Wolff 


Chondrostei 


Dragomirov 


statistics 




Crustacea 


Carre 


orientation 




Crustacea 


Mocquard 


development 




Aves 


Lutz 






Teleostei 


Arru 
Lissia 











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theoretical study Mitolo 
Zotin 
Crustacea Mocquard 
tumour Mammalia Evans 
weight Teleostei Kamler 

GROWTH FACTORS 

Aves Bjerre 

Smith 

Homo Croisille 

Wolff 

GUANOPHORES 

see Chromatophore(s) 



GYNOGENESIS 


> 


see Genetics 




HAIR(S) 




Insecta 


Ribbert 


Mammalia 


McLaren 


HAPLOIDY 




Amphibia 


Farina 




Fox 




Hamilton 


Insecta 


Woyke 


HATCHING 




Amphibia 


Denuce 


enzyme 




Ascidiacea 


Puccia 


Aves 


Bakhuis 




Dawes 




Vince 


Decapoda 


Williamson 


Insecta 


Woyke 


Nematoda 


Wyss 


Teleostei 


Denuce 




Hagenmaier 


HEAD 




Amphibia 


Briindle 




Jongh 




Woellwarth 


Aves 


Diethelm 




Keith 




Kraus 




Mircov 




Robadey 




Schowing 


Gastropoda 


Verdonk 


Homo 


Kraus 




Wilde 


Insecta 


Rogueda 




Schoeller 


Mammalia 


Bugge 




Knudsen 




Kraus 




Kvinnsland 




Morriss 




Schowing 




Wilde 


Vertebrata 


Presley 


HEART (& great vessels) 


aorta 




Aves 


Robert 


Mammalia 


Moczar 




Robert 



aortic arches 




necrosis 




Aves 


Fischer 


Aves 


Pexieder 


asymmetry 




Homo 


Pexieder 


Aves 


Lepori 


Mammalia 


Pexieder 


biochemistry 




physiology 




Aves 


Robert 


Aves 


Laane 


Insecta 


Jensen 




Los 


Mammalia 


Moczar 




Pexieder 




Robert 




Roest 


biophysics 




Homo 


Navaratnam 


Mammaha 


Bernard 


Mammalia 


Laane 




Gargouil 




Los 


cardiac jelly 






Navaratnam 


Aves 


Hurle 




Roest 


cell interactions 




pulmonary vene 




Aves 


Los 


Homo 


Klein 




Roest 


regeneration 




coronary arteries 


Mammalia 


Polezhaev 


Homo 


Klein 


teratogenesis Aves Laane 


Mammalia 


Schiebler 




Los 


culture in vitro 






Pexieder 


Amphibia 


Bride 




Roest 




Gomot 


Homo 


Klein 


Aves 


Lepori 


Mammalia 


Laane 




McKenzie 




Los 


Mammalia 


Charbonne 




Pexieder 




Malet 


ultrastructure 






Moczar 


Aves 


Hurle 




Perissel 




Laane 




Steele 




Los 


cytochemistry 






Roest 


Mammalia 


Charbonne 


Insecta 


Jensen 




Malet 


Mammalia 


Laane 




Perissel 




Los 


development 






Roest 


Amphibia 


Bride 








Gomot 


HEMATOPOIESIS 


Aves 


Krediet 






Homo 


Krediet 


Amphibia 


Deparis 


Mammalia 


Krediet 


Teleostei 


Ramsay 


differentiation 




biochemistry 




Aves 


McKenzie 


Aves 


Gazaryan 


enzymes Aves 


Rinaudo 




Modak 


extracellular matrix 


Mammalia 


Harrison 


Mammalia 


Heine 




Malpoix 


growth Aves 


McKenzie 


Teleostei 


Al-Adhami 


histochemistry 




cell kinetics 




Aves 


Laane 


Mammalia 


Both 




Los 


comparative study 




Roest 


Homo 


Mazhuga 


Mammalia 


Laane 


Mammalia 


Mazhuga 




Los 


culture in vitro 






Roest 


Amphibia 


Deparis 


innervation 






Duprat 


Homo 


Navaratnam 


Aves 


Cury 


Mammalia 


Navaratnam 


Mammaha 


Cury 


irradiation 




Teleostei 


Al-Adhami 


Aves 


Fischer 


enzymology 




malformations 




Mammalia 


Both 


Homo 


Klein 


erythrocyte stasis 




Krediet 


Aves 


Dyson 


Mammalia 


Krediet 


erythroid cells 






Nie 


Aves 


Eraser 




Wensing 


erythropoiesis 




metamorphosis 




Amphibia 


Salvatorelh 


Insecta 


Jensen 


Aves 


Beaupain 


morphogenesis 






Dieterlen 


Aves 


Pexieder 




Modak 


myocard 






Salvatorelh 


Mammalia 


Charbonne 


Mammalia 


Biagioni 




Malet 




Both 




Perissel 




Salvatorelh 




Polezhaev 







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genetics 




HOMOGENATES 


Mammalia 


Harrison 


see Tissue(s) 


granulocytes 






Aves 


Cury 


HOMOLOGOUS INHIBITION 


Mammalia 


Cury 


see Tissue(s) 


hemoglobin switch 




Amphibia 


Deparis 


HORMONE(S) 




Duprat 


see also specific hormones; 


histology 




Neurotransmitters; 


Teleostei 


Al-Adhami 


Prostaglandins; 


liver 




Steroids 


Mammalia 


Jacquot 






Nagel 


Polychaeta Hofmann 


metamorphosis 




androgenic 


Amphibia 


Salvatorelli 


Crustacea Berreur 


stem cell 




Meusy 


Aves 


Dieterlen 


brain hormone 


transplantation 




Polychaeta Dhainaut 


Aves 


Gerard 


calcitonin 


ultrastructure 




Mammalia Garel 


Homo 


Hoyes 


connection hypoph.-hypothal. 
Aves Harrison 


HEMOGLOBIN 




Mammalia Harrison 


see Blood 




effect of bone 

Aves Thesingh 


HEMOLYMPH 




Mammalia Gaillard 
effect on carcinogenesis 


Gastropoda 


Jones 


Mammalia Elbling 


Insecta 


Engels 


effect on cartilage 




Papillon 


Mammalia Burger 
effect on caste determ 


HENSEN'S NODE 


Insecta Rem bold 


see Primitive streak 


effect on development 






Aves Lakshmi 


HEREDITY 




Sherbet 


see Genetics 




Crustacea Zaffagnini 
effect on diapause 


HERMAPHRODITISM 


Mammalia Baevsky 


see Sexual development 


effect on differentiation 






Insecta Bulliere 


HETEROPLOIDY 


eff. on DNA transcr. & transl. 






Mammalia Goswami 


Amphibia 


Guillemin 


effect on early development 


Homo 


Beatty 


Homo Baker 


Mammalia 


Beatty 


Mammalia Baker 




Snow 


Beier 
Kuhnel 


HETEROSIS 




Polge 


see Genetics 




effect on egg 

Amphibia Aisenstadt 


HISTOBLAST 




Dettlaff 
Skoblina 


Insecta 


Bautz 


Asteroidea Doree 
Chondrostei Aisenstadt 


HISTONE(S) 




Dettlaff 
Skoblina 


Amphibia 


Adamson 


Teleostei Sakun 




Charles 


effect on enzymes 




Destree 


Aves Dutton 




Ficq 


Homo Dutton 


Aves 


Jelinek 


Mammalia Dutton 


Echinoidea 


Cognetti 


effect on epidermis 


Insecta 


Robert 


Teleostei Berciter 


Mammalia 


Jelinek 


effect on fertilization 


Turbellaria 


Torok 


Homo Baker 
Mammalia Baker 


HISTORY OF EMBRYOLOGY 


Polge 






effect on fetus 




Helfenbein 


Mammalia Tuchmann 
effect on gametogenesis 


HOMEOSIS 




Oligochaeta Lattaud 


see Mutants 




Polychaeta Durchon 


see also Regeneration (trau- 




matic) 







effect on gene transcription 
Insecta Lezzi 

Mammalia Lezzi 
effect on genital organs 

Mammalia Glenister 
effect on gonads 

Aves Kurulashvili 

Weniger 
Chondrostei Davidova 
Dettlaff 
Zubova 
Crustacea Berreur 
Mammalia Peters 
Weniger 
effect on growth 

Crustacea Mocquard 
effect on imaginal disc 
Insecta Blais 

Lafont 
effect on implantation 
Mammalia Busch 
Denker 
effect on mesenchyme 
Mammalia Knese 
effect on metabohsm 

Mammalia Garel 
effect on metamorphosis 
Amphibia Filoni 
Hanke 
Insecta Colin 

Mauchamp 
Vijverberg 
Wolbert 
Polychaeta Durchon 
effect on moulting 
Crustacea Martin 

Mocquard 
effect on nervous system 
Mammalia Baumgarten 
Eayrs 
effect on oogenesis 

Amphibia Gardenghi 

Zaccanti 
Crustacea Charniaux 
effect on osmoregulation 

Teleostei Olivereau 
effect on parturition 

Homo Gennser 

effect on pigmentation 

Aves Groenendijk 

effect on placenta 

Homo Baker 

effect on polymorphism 
Insecta Lees 

Steel 
effect on regeneration 
Amphibia Filoni 
Crustacea Noulin 
Insecta Fournier 

Rogueda 
Polychaeta Hofmann 
effect on reproduction 

Polychaeta Hauenschild 
effect on sexual development 
Aves Lutz 

Crustacea Juchault 
Legrand 
Martin 
Payen 



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effect on sexual different. 


sex 




physiology 




Crustacea 


Touir 


Mammalia 


Swanson 


Aves 


Gomot 


Insecta 


Hartmann 


STH 






Marchand 




Richard 


Homo 


Malaprade 


Teleostei 


Olivereau 


Mammalia 


Swanson 


viviparity 




transplantation 




Oligochaeta 


Lattaud 


Reptilia 


WUson 


Teleostei 


Olivereau 


effect on skin 








ultrastruc^ure 




AmpHibia 


Hanke 


HORN{S) 




Amphibia 


Andrieux 


Mammalia 


Hanke 








Herbert 


effect on sodium balance 


Artiodact. 


Hartwig 




Pehleman 


Mammalia 


France 






Homo 


Gyevai 


effect on teratogenesis 


HYBRID(S) 




Mammaha 


Liwska 


Mammalia 


Elbling 


see also CeU heredity 






embryonic testis 






HYPOXIA 




Aves 


Weniger 


Amphibia 


Ferrier 


see Respiration 




erythropoietin 






Majorca 






Aves 


SalvatorelU 




Mancino 


IMAGINAL DISCS 


fetus 






Ragghianti 






Mammalia 


Vakaet 


Ascidiacea 


Farinella 


autoradiography 


FSH 






Majorca 


Insecta 


Vijverberg 


Aves 


Lakshmi 




Ortolani 


biochemistry 






Sherbet 


Aves 


Deray 


Insecta 


Blais 


Mammalia 


Lombard 




Gomot 




Lafont 




Peters 




Lutz 




Mandaron 


gonadotropin 






Marchand 




Mischke 


Amphibia 


Aisenstadt 


Insecta 


Nothiger 




Tarroux 




Dettlaff 


Mammalia 


Hancock 




Vijverberg 




Skoblina 




McGovern 


cell Hneage 




Chondrostei 


Aisenstadt 






Insecta 


Steiner 




Dettlaff 


HYPERPLASM 




cell proliferation 




Skoblina 


see Growth 




Insecta 


Weber 


Mammalia 


Brinkmann 






compartment 




Teleostei 


Skoblina 


HYPERTROPHY 


Insecta 


Wilcox 


interaction hypophysis-adrenal 


see Growth 




culture in vitro 




Homo 


Gennser 






Insecta 


Mandaron 


Mammalia 


Klepac 
Milkovic 


HYPOPHYSIS 




determination 


Garcia 




Paunovic 


adenohypophysis 


Insecta 


Dubendorfer 




Peruzovic 


Amphibia 


Pehlemann 




Gehring 


interaction hypophysis-gonads 


Aves 


Franco 




Ginter 


Aves 


Chanturishvili 




Tvorogova 




Hadorn 




Kankava 


culture in vitro 






Holden 




Kincurashvili 


Homo 


Gyevai 




Ivanov 




Kurulashvili 


Mammaha 


Baker 




Mglinetz 




Tvorogova 


cytology 






Schedl 


interrelations 




Amphibia 


Andrieux 




Schoeller 


Amphibia 


Accordi 


development 






Ziller 




Gallo 


Aves 


Guedenet 


development 






Manelli 


Mammalia 


Baker 


Insecta 


Gateff 




Mastrolia 




Guedenet 




Ransom 




Milano 


experimental study 




Robertson 


Aves 


Accordi 


Aves 


Le Douarin 




Ziller 




Gallo 


function 




differentiation 






Groenendijk 


Amphibia 


Pehlemann 


Insecta 


Dewes 




ManelH 


Aves 


Grignon 




Gehring 




Mastrolia 




Hatier 




Hadorn 




Milano 


Homo 


Gyevai 




Holden 


juvenile 






Malaprade 




Lafont 


Insecta 


Bilo 




Stark 




Mandaron 




Rembold 


Mammaha 


Baker 




Ransom 




Vijverberg 




Grignon 


endocrinology 




neonate 






Stark 


Insecta 


Blais 


Mammalia 


Vakaet 


histochemistry 






Lafont 


parturition 




Aves 


Tvorogova 




Manderon 


Mammalia 


Berton 


Mammaha 


Klepac 




Mauchamp 


physiology 






Milkovic 




Vijverberg 


Amphibia 


Schultheiss 




Peruzovic 


enzymes 




pituitary 






Paunovic 


Insecta 


Lafont 


Mammalia 


Baumgarten 


histogenesis 




experimental study 


pregnancy 




Aves 


Hatier 


Insecta 


Garcia 


Mammalia 


Perry 




Jeanvoine 






PTH 




hybrid 








Mammalia 


Burger 
Garel 


Aves 


Gomot 
Marchand 







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genetics 




IMMUNOLOGY 


(developm.) 


immune response 


Insecta 


Ferrus 


see also Self-recognition 


Amphibia 


Balls 




Garcia 








Clothier 




Morata 


Mammalia 


Binns 




Horton 




Ripoll 


antibody 




Mammalia 


Pantelouris 




Santamaria 


Aves 


Barson 


immunocompetence 




Simpson 


Homo 


Cohen 


Amphibia 


Mannmg 


histochemistry 




Mammaha 


Cohen 


Mammalia 


Solomon 


Insecta 


Sprey 




Johnson 


immunomorphology 


irradiation 




antibody absorption 


Aves 


Preda 


Insecta 


Vijverberg 


Mammalia 


Morris 


implantation 




mitoses 




antigens 




Mammalia 


Amoroso 


Insecta 


Vijverberg 


Amphibia 


Macha 


mfertihty 




necrosis 






Palecek 


Homo 


Molotkova 


Insecta 


Sprey 




Romanovsky 




Verbicky 


neoplasm 




Aves 


Blanchet 


Mammalia 


Molotkova 


Insecta 


Gateff 




Mikhaylov 




Verbicky 


pattern formation 




Ruoslahti 


kidney Aves 


Croisille 


Insecta 


Ouweneel 




Vaheri 


Homo 


Rousseau 




Sprey 




Vyazov 


mammary gland 




regeneration 






Wartiovaara 


Homo 


Karlsson 


Insecta 


Strub 


Homo 


Rousseau 


Mammalia 


Karlsson 


theoretical study Ransom 


Mammalia 


Johnson 


maturation 




transdetermination 




Vyazov 


Amphibia 


Manning 


Insecta 


Hadorn 


athymic animal 




oocyte maturation 


ultrastructure 




Mammaha 


Pantelouris 


Teleostei 


Apekin 


Insecta 


Blais 


cell surface 




protein 






Glinz 


Aves 


Blanchet 


Echinoidea 


Westin 




Sprey 


Homo 


Viza 


Homo 


Karlsson 






Mammalia 


Johnson 


Mammalia 


Karlsson 


IMMUNOCHEMISTRY 




Viza 


relation with wound healing 






compatibihty 




Mammalia 


Watts 


Amphibia 


Brahma 


Hydrozoa 


Gallier 


reproduction 






Chalumeau 




Govaere 


Homo 


Billington 




Deparis 


complement 






Jenkinson 




Duprat 


Homo 


Adinolfi 




Searle 


Aves 


Barabanov 


development 






Sellens 




Burns 


Mammalia 


McLean 




Smith 




Clayton 


early development 


Mammalia 


Billington 




Doorenmaalen 


Aves 


Rostedt 




Jenkinson 




Mikhaylov 


effect of temperature 




Searle 




Perry 


Aves 


Preda 




Sellens 




Pritchard 


embryo-maternal relation 




Smith 




Truman 


Homo 


Molotkova 


teratogenesis 




Crustacea 


Charniaux 




Verbicky 


Aves 


Barson 




Croisille 


Mammalia 


Hancock 


transplantation 






Junera 




McGovern 


Amphibia 


Newth 




Meusy 




McLean 


Reptilia 


Korkia 


Echinoidea 


Sevaljevic 




Molotkova 






Homo 


Adinolfi 




Verbicky 


IMPLANTATION 




Chalumeau 


enzymes Aves 


Croisille 


see Blastocyst 






Cohen 


eye lens 










Doorenmaalen 


Aves 


Brahma 


INDUCTION (embryonic) 


Mammalia 


Bertini 




Clayton 


see also Competence; 




Chalumeau 




Doorenmaalen 


Determination; Epithelial- 




Clayton 




Lucey 


mesenchymal interactions; 




Cohen 




Odeigah 


Pattern formation; specific 




Comoglio 




Perry 


organs, etc. 






Perry 




Pritchard 








Prat 




Starre 


blastocyst 






Pritchard 


Homo 


Doorenmaalen 


Aves 


Rostedt 




RaftcU 


Mammaha 


Clayton 


brain 






Tarone 




Lucey 


Aves 


Gallera 




Truman 




Odeigah 


cartilage 




Oligochaeta 


Marcel 




Perry 


Aves 


Strudel 


Vertebrata 


Clayton 




Platonov 


cytochemistry 










Pritchard 


Amphibia 


Vahs 






fertilization 




Teleostei 


Vahs 






Homo 


Cohen 


eye lens 








Mammalia 


Cohen 


Amphibia 


Mikhaylov 






graft response 




Aves 


Karkinen 






Amphibia 


Horton 




Mikhaylov 






growth 




eye lens in gastrula 






Mammalia 


Babaycva 


Amphibia 


Hoperskaya 



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gastrula & neurula 


INTEGUMENT 




IRRADIATION 




Amphibia 


Johnen 


see also Skin; Wound Healing 


see also Ultraviolet irradiation: 


heterogeneous 








X-irradiation 




Amphibia 


Johnen 


Insecta 


Bautz 








Toivonen 




Lawrence 


Homo . 


Revesz 


Aves 


Rostedt 




Louvet 


Mammaha 


Revesz 


histochemistry 






Ribbert 


effect on nervous system 


Amphibia 


Tarin 




Sekeris 


Mammalia 


Wender 


Aves 


Starre 




Stephan 


effect on nucleus 


irradiation 






Wolbert 


Insecta 


Bluzat 


Amphibia 


Reyss 


Mollusca 


Le Pennec 


egg Teleostei 


Sakun 


mesoderm 






Meshcheryakov 


gametes Chondrostei Persov 


Amphibia 


Boterenbrood 




Thiriot 




Zubova 




Hara 




Wanscher 


Mammalia 


Franchi 




Nieuwkoop 






Teleostei 


Chmilevsky 


microcinematography 


INTERSEXUALITY 




Persov 


Amphibia 


Tarin 


see Sexual development 


ionizing 




morphogenesis 








Insecta 


Bluzat 


Hydrozoa 


Miiller 


INTERSTITIAL CELLS 


hmb Mammaha 


Rajtova 


muscle 








lympho-myeloid 


I tissues 


Mammalia 


West 


Hydrozoa 


Fioroni 


Mammalia 


Thomas 


nervous system 








regeneration 




Amphibia 


Kurrat 


INTESTINAL TRACT 


Turbellaria 


Chandebois 


neural 








sensitivity 




Amphibia 


Tarin 


Amphibia 


Albert 


Amphibia 


Hamilton 


Aves 


England 




Martin 


thymus Mammalia Himelstein 


pharynx 




Aves 


Chanturishvih 






Turbellaria 


Schilt 




Kalatosishvili 


JAW(S) 






Stephan 


Cephalopod; 


a Fioroni 


see Skull 




primary 




Insecta 


Haget 






Amphibia 


Saxen 


Mammalia 


Beck 


JOINT(S) 






Toivonen 




Galand 


see Skeleton 




Teleostei 


Tumanishvili 




Hemmings 






regeneration 






Pleeging 


KARYOTYPE 




Hydrozoa 


Miiller 




Vegt 


see Chromosome(s) 


Turbellaria 


Lender 










regional specifity 


IODINE 




KIDNEY(S) 




Amphibia 


Englander 


see Chemical elements 






retina in gastrula 






biochemistry 




Amphibia 


Lopashov 


IONS 




Mammaha 


Garcia 


substances 




see also Chemical elements 


culture in vitro 




Amphibia 


Hoperskaya 






Mammalia 


Lawson 




Mikhaylov 


Amphibia 


Bluemink 


cytochemistry 




Aves 


Mikhaylov 




Dick 


Aves 


Russo 




Starre 




Greeff 


Mammalia 


Russo 


Echinoidea 


Immers 




Laat 


development 






Lallier 




Saag 


Homo 


Moffat 


time factor 






Zeijst 


Mammaha 


Moffat 


Amphibia 


Johnen 


Aves 


Simkiss 


differentiation 




ultrastructure 




Hydrozoa 


Miiller 


Homo 


Rousseau 


Amphibia 


Tarin 


Insecta 


Beetz 


enzymes 






Vahs 




Beyse 
Bilo 


Mammalia 
growth 


Berton 


INFECTIONS 






Lezzi 


Mammalia 


Berton 


see Bacteria; Virus 




Muller 


histochemistry 




see also Pathology 




Seydewitz 


Aves 


Croisillp 








Trosch 


immunology 




INNERVATION 


Mammalia 


Bara 


Aves 


Croisille 


see specific organs, etc. 




Bluemink 




Vyazov 








Greeff 


Homo 


Rousseau 


INSECTICIDES 




Laat 


Mammaha 


Vyazov 


see Pesticides 






Lezzi 


induction 










Saa? 


Mammaha 


Lombard 


INSEMINATION 




Zeijst 


involution 




see Reproduction (sexual) 


Mollusca 


Geilenkirchen 


Aves 


Russo 










Mammalia 


Russo 


INSULIN 




IRON 




mesonephros 








see Chemical elements 


Amphibia 


Cambar 


Aves 


Dyer 






Aves 


Croisille 


Mammalia 


Felix 

Jacquot 

Sutter 






Mammalia 


Gumpel 
Martin 
Russo 
Russo 



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morphogenesis 

Amphibia 

Mammalia 
morphology 

Homo 
nephrectomy 

Mammalia 
nephroblastome 

Homo 
pathology 

Homo 
physiology 

Mammalia 
postnatal 

Homo 

Mammalia 
pronephros 

Amphibia 
teratogenesis 

Mammalia 
tubules 

Mammalia 



ultrastructure 
Amphibia 

LABYRINTH 

see Static organ 



Cambar 
Lawson 

Bastian 

Berton 

Rousseau 

Tejedo 

Stanier 

Moffat 
Moffat 

Cambar 

Garcia 

Lehtonen 

Lombard 

Nordhng 

Saxen 

Wartiovaara 

Cambar 



LARVAL DEVELOPMENT 

see Development (larval) 

LARYNX 

see Respiratory tract 

LATERAL LINE SYSTEM 

Chondrostei Dragomirov 

LEUCOCYTES 
see Blood 

LIFE CYCLE(S) 

see also Development (general) 



Copepoda 
Crustacea 



Lescher 
Castel 



LIGHT 

see also Environmental factors 

Amphibia Briegleb 
Insecta Saunders 

Mammalia Parsons 

LIMB(S) 

see also Regeneration (trau- 
matic); Skeleton; Wing(s) 

biochemistry Amphibia Hinchliffe 



Avcs 



bud 



Amphibia 
Aves 



Hinchliffe 

Sturdec 

Zafiratos 

Amprino 

Ede 

Gumpel 

Kieny 

Mauger 

Roncali 



cell interactions 

Amphibia 
chondrogenesis 

Amphibia 

Aves 

culture in vitro 

Aves 
descriptive study 

Insecta 
development 

Aves 

Vertebrata 
differentiation 

Aves 
digits 

Aves 
dorso-ventrality 

Aves 
epith.-mesench. interact. 

Amphibia Tarin 
experimental study 



Stuxdee 

Hinchliffe 
Hinchliffe 
Wilby 

Gumpel 

Fournier 

Sanjust 
Cihak 

Flint 

Pautou 

Pautou 



Aves 



Insecta 
foot 
Aves 

function 

Amphibia 
genetics 

Aves 

Mammalia 

growth 

Mammaha 
hand 

Mammalia 
histochemistry 

Amphibia 

histology 

Mammalia 
innervation 

Amphibia 

Aves 
irradiation 

Mammalia 
mesoderm 

Aves 
morphogenesis 

Aves 



Amprino 

Ede 

Kieny 

Roncah 

Seichert 

Sengel 

Fournier 

Kieny 
Sengel 

Brandle 

Flint 
Osipov 

Vakhrusheva 

Shoro 

Trnkova 

Lauthier 
Tarin 

Druga 

Prestige 
Camosso 

Rajtova 

Kieny 

Kieny 
Wilby 



muscle 

Amphibia Prestige 

Aves Mauger 
mutants 

Amphibia Rostand 
necrosis 

Aves Hinchliffe 
pattern formation 

Aves Wolpert 

Mammalia Kocher 
phylogenesis 

Amphibia Hinchliffe 



teratogenesis 

Amphibia Lauthier 
Aves Camosso 

RoncaU 
Crustacea Noulin 
Mammalia Druga 
Kocher 
Shoro 
theoretical study 

Aves Mitolo 

tissue interactions 

Aves Gumpel 

transplantation 
Amphibia 



ultrastructure 
Amphibia 

Aves 
vascularization 
Aves 
Homo 

Mammalia 



Brandle 
Tarin 

Lauthier 

Tarin 

Pautou 

Roncali 
Mazhuga 
Mrazkova 
Mazhuga 



LIPID(S) (& fatty acids) 
see also Adipose tissues 

Aves Dameron 

Marin 
Homo Rooy 

Insecta Calvez 

Mammalia Pascaud 

Rooy 

LITHIUM 

see Chemical elements 

LIVER 

see also Regeneration (traum.) 



autoradiography 

Mammaha 
bile 

Mammalia 
biochemistry 

Amphibia 

Aves 

Mammalia 



Lombard 

France 

Knowland 
Houssaint 
Le Douarin 
Jacquot 
Mutolo 
cell cycle factors 

Mammalia Lombard 
culture in vitro 

Aves Houssaint 

Mammaha Billat 

Charbonne 

Craciun 

Jacquot 

Malet 

Perissel 

Preda 

Protase 

Wijk 



cytochemistry 
Mammaha 



development 
Amphibia 

differentiation 
Aves 



Charbonne 

Malet 

Perissel 

Spornitz 

Houssaint 
Le Douarin 



160 



effect of neurotransmitter 

Mammalia Gerzeli 
endocrinology 

Mammalia Vetterlein 
enzymes 

Amphibia Charles 
Mammalia Kralj 
Rode 
Vetterlein 
experimental study 

Aves Houssaint 

Le Douarin 
Mammalia Houssaint 
Orlova 
gall bladder 

Mammalia France 
growth decrease 

MammaUa Nadal 
hepatocyte 

Mammalia Jacquot 
Nadal 
Wijk 
hepatoma 

Mammaha Wijk 
metamorphosis 

Amphibia Beaumont 
mitosis 

Mammalia Nadal 
postnatal 

Mammalia Gerzeli 
Nadal 
Turchini 
protein 

Homo Karlsson 

Mammalia Karlsson 
transplantation 

Mammalia Seller 
ultrastructure 

Amphibia Beaumont 
Mammaha Billat 

Charbonne 
Jacquot 
Malet 
Perissel 
Virtanen 
Wartiovaara 
yolk Aves Carinci 

Evangehsti 

LOCOMOTION 

see Behaviour 

LONGEVITY 

LUNG(S) (& air sacs, swim 
bladder) 

Aves Carinci 

Dameron 
Duncker 
Mariani 
Marin 
Homo Gennser 

Mammaha Berton 

Bluemink 
Foliguet 
Orlova 
Romanova 



LYMPHATIC SYSTEM 
see also Spleen; Thymus 

Amphibia Manning 

Salvatorelli 
Spornitz 

Aves Curtis 

Houssaint 

Homo Thomas 

Tondury 

Mammalia Barron 
Binns 
Hinrichsen 
Kistler 
Pantelouris 
Solomon 
Symons 
Thomas 
Tondury 

Vertebrata Russo 

LYMPHOCYTES 

see Lymphatic system 

LYSOSOMES 

see Subcellular components 

MACROPHAGE SYSTEM 

MAGNETIC FIELDS 

see also Environmental factors 

MALFORMATIONS 
see also Teratogenesis 

Amphibia Fischer 
Homo Hies 

Nie 
Mammalia Klcinebrecht 
Nie 

WooUam 
abortions 

Homo Ferrier 

anencephaly 

Homo Serrantino 

Tuchmann 
axial 

Aves Lanot 

brain 

Mammaha Auroux 
branchial region 

Amniota Slipka 
Homo Slipka 

cardiovascular system 
Homo Klein 

chromosome aberrations 
Mammalia Tarkowski 
Witkowska 
Wroblewska 
congenital 

Homo Biagioni 

Kajii 
Kallen 
Liotti 
Mighorini 
Rosi 
cranio-facial 

Homo Pourtois 

culture in vitro 

Mammalia Wrba 
cytogenetics 

Homo Kajh 



development 

Aves Peterka 

Mammalia Peterka 
dysraphia 

Aves Barson 

dystrophy 

Hohio Parsons 

ear 

Mammalia Morris 
ectrodactyly 

Amphibia Rostand 
embryonic death 

Mammaha Klcinebrecht 
embryonic membranes 

Aves Jehnek 

epidemiology 

Homo Pourtois 

eye lens 

Aves Wakely 

face 

Mammalia Morriss 
genetic defect 

Homo Pawlowitzki 

genetics 

Mammalia Degenhardt 
harelip 

Homo Limborgh 

heart 

Mammalia Nie 

Wensing 
histology 

Homo Klcinebrecht 

hmb 

Aves Salzgeber 

ovary 

Mammaha Girard 
placenta 

Mammalia Jelinek 
Polydactyly 

Amphibia Rostand 
prenatal diagnosis 

Homo Schloot 

situs inversus 

Amphibia WoelJwarth 
twins 

Homo Klein 

urogenital system 

Mammalia Gabriel 
vascular system 

Mammalia Buggc 

Knudsen 
vertebral column 

Aves Strudel 

MALPIGHIAN TUBULES 

see Excretory system 

MAMMARY GLAND 
see Gland(s) (exocrine) 

MAST CELLS 

see Bone marrow; Connective 
tissue 

MATERNAL EFFECTS 
see Genetics 

MATERNAL INHERITANCE 

sec Genetics 

MATHEMATICS 

see Theoretical biology 



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MATRIX (extracellular) 

Mammalia Bradamante 
Heine 
Kostovic 
Moczar 
Svajger 

MATURATION 

see Egg(s) 

MEIOSIS 

see Egg(s) 
see also Oogenesis 
Spermatogenesis 

MELANIN 

see Pigment(ation) 

see also Melanophore(s) 

MELANOPHORE(S) 

see also Neural crest; Pigment 

Amphibia Golichenkov 
Teleostei Bereiter 

MERISTEMS 
see Plant embryology & 
morphogenesis 

MEROGONES 

see Genetics; Hybrid(s) 

MESENCHYME 

Ascidiacea Sala 
Aves Flint 

Gumpel 

Knese 
Homo Knese 

Mammalia Knese 
Porifera Robert 

MESODERM 

see Embryology (experi- 
mental); Embryology (general 
& descriptive) 

MESONEPHROS 
see Kidney(s) 

MFiTABOLISM (general) 
see also Energy; Respiration 

Amphibia Wallace 
early embryo 

Aves McKenzie 

egg 

Gastropoda Geilenkirchen 

Insecta Hansen 
embryo 

Insecta Hansen 

Mollusca Geilenkirchen 

Teleostei Kamlcr 
energy 

Amphibia Brachet 

Insecta Duspiva 
Fourche 
fetus 

Mammalia Berton 
functional differentiation 

Mammalia Kaluza 
in vitro 

Mammalia Wrba 

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larva 




integument 




Teleostei 


Kamler 


Insecta 


Wolbert 


morphogenesis 




involution 




Mammalia 


Wegmann 


Amphibia 


Turner 


oogenesis 






Weber 


Amphibia 


Ficq 


Ascidiacea 


Burighel 


Mammalia 


Baker 


Insecta 


Bautz 


organogenesis 






Russo 


Aves 


Thesingh 


liver 




perinatal 




Amphibia 


Beaumont 


Mammalia 


Garel 


muscle 




regeneration 




Amphibia 


Jongh 




Needham 


neoteny 




starvation 




Amphibia 


Bertolani 


Insecta 


Bosquet 




Briegleb 


Turbellaria 


Pedersen 


nervous system 


Jurand 


METALS 




Amphibia 


Baker 


see Chemical elements 


pancreas 








Amphibia 


Beaumont 


METAMORPHOSIS 


partial 








Amphibia 


Nowakowna 


Cyclostom 


Baxter 




Sembrat 


Ectoprocta 


D'Hondt 


physiological clock 


Gastropoda 


Fretter 


Insecta 


Eeken 


Hymenopt 


Schmidt 


physiology 




Insecta 


Emmert 


Amphibia 


Schultheiss 


autoradiography 


Insecta 


Neumann 


Porifera 


Efremova 


puparium 




cytochemistry 




Insecta 


Eeken 


Amphibia 


Nowakowna 


regeneration 






Sembrat 


Amphibia 


Filoni 


differentiation 




saUvary gland 




Amphibia 


Turner 


Insecta 


Eeken 


digestive tract 




timing 




Amphibia 


Albert 


Insecta 


Eeken 


endocrinology 




ultrastructure 




Amphibia 


Filoni 


Actinozoa 


Doumenc 




Hanke 


Insecta 


Beinbrech 




Moilliet 




Gaudecker 




Ryffel 


Porifera 


Efremova 




Schultheiss 








Weber 


METANEPHROS 


Insecta 


Colin 
Eeken 


see Kidney(s) 






Wolbcrt 


METAPLASIA 




Polychacta 


Durchon 


Actinozoa 


Lenicque 


enzymes 




Amphibia 


Lopashov 


Insecta 


Russo 


Hydrozoa 


Achermann 


epidermal gland 






Brunnert 


Amphibia 


Girard 




Schmid 


excretory systei 


m 


Mammalia 


Lopashov 


Amphibia 


Cambar 




Sologub 




Girard 


Turbellaria 


Lenicque 


experimental study 






Insecta 


Alleaume 


METHODS (& 


equipment) 


Phoronidea 


Herrmann 


see also Rearing methods 




Slewing 







eye 

Insecta Egclhaaf 

factors producing 

Hydrozoa Miiller 
head 

Amphibia Jongh 
heart 

Insecta Jensen 

hematopoicsis 

Amphibia Salvatorelli 
histochemistry 

Actinozoa Doumenc 

Insecta Gaudecker 

histology 

Gastropoda Thiriot 

Porifera Efremova 



MICROCINEMATOGRAPHY 

Amphibia Boterenbrood 

Durston 

Hara 

Lucey 

Tarin 
Aves Lucey 

Mauger 

Menkes 
Insecta Camenzind 

Nuss 

Went 

Wolf 
Mammalia Deuchar 

Steele 

Wijk 
Ncmatoda Wyss 



MINERALS 

see Chemical elements 

MITOCHONDRIA 

see Subcellular components 

MITOSIS 

see also Antimitotic agents; 
Cell(s)-division; Cleavage; 
Growth factors 

after cytoplasm removal 

MammaUa Opas 
amitosis 

Amphibia Pehlemann 

Homo Pehlemann 

apparatus 

Polychaeta ap Gvvynn 
autoradiography 

Amphibia Brugal 
biochemistry 

Amphibia Barsacchi 

Insecta Beetz 

Polychaeta ap Gwynn 
chromosomes 

Amphibia Nardi 

Ragghianti 

Gastropoda Bottkc 
cleavage 

Crustacea Lassegues 
control 

Amphibia Balls 
correlation with cell death 

Mammalia Orlo\a 
early development 

Echinoidea Petzelt 
effect of cytokinin 

Doree 
endocrinology 

Insecta Bart 

endomitosis 

Gastropoda Bottke 
eye 

Amphibia Ottaviani 
genetics 

Mammalia Konyukhov 
Sazhina 
imaginal disc 

Insecta Vijverberg 

Weber 
inhibition 

Mammalia Nadal 
kinetics 

Amphibia Chibon 
multiplication rate 

Aves Salamatina 

TumanishviU 

Mammalia Salamatina 
Tumanishvili 
nervous system 

Insecta Beetz 

Teleostei Benedetti 
polyploidy 

Insecta Lauge 

prohferation 

Amphibia Brugal 
Chibon 

Aves Amprino 

Insecta Weber 

Mammalia Buhner 

Konyukhov 
Mazzucco 
Peel 
Sazhina 



regeneration 

Mammalia Timashkevich 
regulation 

Echinoidea Czihak 
Petzelt 
relation with vascularization 

Aves Roncah 

theoretical study 

Lindenmayer 
tooth 

MammaUa Karcher 
Ruch 
ultrastructure 

Amphibia Pehlemann 

Homo Pehlemann 

MONSTROSITIES 
see Malformations 

MORPHOGENESIS 

see also Culture; Development; 
Embryology; Plant embry- 
ology & morphogenesis; 
Unicellular organisms 

Phasmida Bart 

Porifera Boury 

agents 

Oligochaeta Marcel 
asexual reproduction 

Hydrozoa Polteva 
autoradiography 

Amphibia Ficq 
axis 

Aves Stephan 

biochemistry 

Amphibia Brachet 

Echinoidea Backstrom 
Brachet 

Turbellaria Torok 
biophysics 

Amphibia Beloussov 
cell interactions 

Porifera Kemp 

cellular basis 

Aves Ede 

Wolpert 

Mammalia Ede 
control 

Mammalia Lawson 
early stages 

Aves Gallera 

Lenicque 
Nicolet 

Mollusca Boon 
endocrinology 

Aves Lakshmi 

Sherbet 
experimental study 

Actinozoa Van Praet 
genetics 

Insecta Egelhaaf 

growth rhythm 

Hydrozoa Beloussov 
inhibition 

Turbellaria Torok 
irradiation 

Mollusca Labordus 
limb 

Aves Wolpert 

microcinematography 

Amphibia Durston 
microfilament 

Amphibia Perry 
Selman 



movements 

Amphibia Burgess 
Durston 

Aves Backhouse 

Bellairs 
Downie 

Echinoidea Gustafson 

Mammalia Deuchar 

Teleostei Haarlem 
physiology 

Mammalia Wegmann 
potencies 

Porifera Nikitin 

regeneration 

Turbellaria Torok 
role of membrane 

Echinoderm Guerrier 

Polychaeta Guerrier 
starving animals 

Turbellaria Tokin 
ultrastructure 

Aves Gallera 

Nicolet 

MORPHOGENETIC FIELDS 

see Embryology (experimental); 
Regeneration (traumatic) 

MORTALITY (embryonic, 

fetal) 
see Pathology 

MORULA 
see Cleavage 

MOSAICISM (genetical) 
see Genetics 

MOTILITY 

see Behaviour; Cell(s)-move- 
ment; Morphogenesis 

MOTOR END PLATES 

see Nervous system 

MOULT(ING) 

Crustacea Andrieux 
Blanchet 
Martin 
Mocquard 
WilUamson 
Zaffagnini 

Insecta Larink 

Steel 

MOUTH 

see also Pharynx 

cleft lip 

Homo Limborgh 

cleft palate 

Homo Pourtois 

Mammalia Morgan 
Pourtois 

culture in vitro 

Amphibia Capuron 
Homo Pourtois 

Mammalia Pourtois 

experimental study 

Amphibia Cusimano 

histochemistry 

Homo Pourtois 

Mammalia Pourtois 

induction 

Amphibia Capuron 

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mucosa endocrinology 


Mammalia 


Knize 


MUTAGENIC AGENTS 


Mammalia 


Luke 




Knizetova 






palate 




development 




Amphibia 


Beetschen 




Domenech 


Amphibia 


Grim 






Homo 


Harris 




Muntz 


MUTANT(S) 






Luke 


Aves 


Christ 


see also Gene(s); Phenocopie; 




Wilde 




Grim 






Mammalia 


Andersen 


Homo 


Cihak 


Mammalia 


Flint 




Dostal 




Dylevsky 




Lyon 




Fejerskov 




Grim 


auditory organ 






Harris 


Mammalia 


Sterba 


MammaUa 


Deol 




Wilde 




Trnkova 


biochemistry 




teratogenesis 




differentiation 




Insecta 


Kubli 


Mammalia 


Lendon 


Aves 


Chiquet 


Mammalia 


Johnson 


tongue 






Luger 


blood 




Homo 


Choffel 


Mammalia 


Jones 


Mammalia 


Seller 




DoUander 




Luger 


brain 




ultrastructure 




dystrophic 




Mammalia 


Johnson 


Mammalia 


Morgan 


Homo 


CuUen 


cell division 




wound healing 






Parsons 


Insecta 


Simpson 


Mammalia 


Andersen 


Mammalia 


West 


differentiation 






Fejerskov 


fast & slow 




Insecta 


Breugel 






Aves 


Sisto 


dwarf 




MUCOPOLYSACCHARIDES 


Mammalia 


Salmons 


Nematoda _ 


Brun 


see Carbohydra 


te(s) 


flight 




ectrodactyly 








Insecta 


Termier 


Amphibia 


Rostand 


MULLERIAN DUCT 


growth 




environmental factors 






Aves 


Douglas 


Insecta 


Scharloo 


Aves 


Beau pain 




Knize 


enzymes 






Lutz 




Knizetova 


Insecta 


Kubh 






Mammalia 


Knize 


eye 




MULTIPLE BIRTHS 




Knizetova 


Mammalia 


Konyukhov 


see Twins 




histochemistry 




Polychaeta 


Fischer 






Amphibia 


Message 


genera! study 




MUSCLE(S) 




Mammalia 
induction 


Message 


Amphibia 
homeotic 


Droin 


actin 




Mammalia 


West 


Insecta 


G inter 


Ascidiacea 


Puccia 


involution 






Ivanov 


actomyosin 




Amphibia 


Muntz 




Lawrence 


Aves 


Kemp 


limb 






Mglinetz 


biochemistry 




Aves 


Kieny 




Ouweneel 


Aves 


Filogamo 


metamorphosis 




imaginal disc 






Giacobini 


Amphibia 


Jongh 


Insecta 


Ferrus 




Robecchi 


Insecta 


Beinbrech 




Ransom 




Torre 


myoblast 




lampbrush chromosomes 


Homo 


John 


Aves 


McKenzie 


Amphibia 


Loones 


Mammalia 


John 


myofibril 




lethal 






Jones 


Aves 


Eppenberger 


Insecta 


Ripoll 




Salmons 




Heizmann 




Schoeler 


biophysics 




Mammalia 


Heizmann 




Scriba 


Mammalia 


Parsons 


myogenesis 






Simpson 




Salmons 


Amphibia 


Burgess 


Mollusca 


Arnolds 


cell fusion 






Kielbowna 


limb 




Aves 


Luger 


necrosis 




Aves 


Flint 


Mammalia 


Luger 


Homo 


Cullcn 




Hinchliffe 


comparative study 


origin 






Wilby 


Amphibia 


Muntz 


Aves 


Jacob 


maternal effect 




culture in vitro 






Kieny 


Insecta 


Marsch 




Message 




Mauger 




Nusslein 


Aves 


Eppenberger 


regeneration 




morphogenesis 






Douglas 


Homo 


Parsons 


Aves 


Ede 




Gmuer 


Mammalia 


Cullen 


Mammalia 


I'de 




McKenzic 


tissue interactions 


mutagenesis 






Perriard 


Aves 


McKenzie 


Homo 


Hagstrom 




Turner 


Mammalia 


West 


Mammalia 


Hagstrom 


Mammalia 


Eppenberger 


ultrastructure 




neuroendocrino 


logy 




Gmuer 


Amphibia 


Jongh 


Mammalia 


Johnson 




Parsons 




Muntz 


nude MammaUa 


Pantclouris 




Perriard 


Aves 


Douglas 




Tondury 




Turner 




Filogamo 


pigmentation 






West 




Giacobini 


Mammalia 


Deol 


cytology 






Robecchi 


Polydactyly 




Aves 


Knize 




Torre 


Amphibia 


Rostand 




Knizetova 


Insecta 


Beinbrech 


Mammalia 


Kocher 






Mammalia 


Cullen 


scalloping 




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Jones 


Insecta 


Santamaria 



semi-lethal 




Amphibia 


Beetschen 




Fernandez 


skeleton 




MammaUa 


Bugrilova 




Konyukhov 




Malmina 




Paschin 


temperature-sensitive 


Insecta 


Simpson 


Nematoda 


Brun 


uhrastructure 




MammaUa 


Johnson 


variegation 




Mammalia 


Holt 


MUTATION 




see Genetics 




MYCETOME 





MYELIN(IZATION) 

see Central nervous system 

MYOBLASTS 

see Muscle(s) 

MYOGENFSIS 

see Muscle(s) 

MYOSIN 
see Muscle(s) 

MYOTOME 

see Somite(s) 

NASAL ORGAN 

see Olfactory organ 



NERVOUS SYSTEM 


synapse 




see also specific components; 


Amphibia 


Prestige 


neurotransmitters 


Aves 


Filogamo 








Giacobini 


Aves 


Zacchei 




Meller 


CoUemboIa 


Tyszkievvicz 




Robecchi 


Mammalia 


Pilleri 




Stefanelli 




Zacchei 




Torre 


biochemistry 




Mammalia 


Illis 


Aves 


Alfei 




Marty 


Homo 


Wender 




Meller 


Mammalia 


Wender 


teratogenesis 




biophysics 




Mammalia 


Domac 


Amphibia 


Baker 




WooUam 




Bondi 


ultrastructure 




cell lineage 




Amphibia 


Baker 


Nematoda 


Sulston 


Oligochaeta 


Marcel 


culture in vitro 








Amphibia 


Baker 


NEURAL CREST 


Aves 


Stefanelli 






Mammaha 


Stefanelli 


Amphibia 


Chibon 


cytochemistry 






Herbert 


Mammalia 


Korochkin 




Sala 


degeneration 




Aves 


Harrisson 


Amphibia 


Baker 




Keith 


development 






Le Douarin 


Aves 


Genis 




Lelievre 


Insecta 


Gateff 


Mammalia 


Harrisson 




Lou vet 




Keith 


Mammalia 


WooUam 






differentiation 




NEURAL PLATE 


Homo 


Blechschmidt 






effect of drugs 
Mammalia 


Muller 


Amphibia 


WoeUwarth 



enzymes 

Homo Wender 

MammaUa Wender 

experimental study 



NEURAL TUBE 

see Central nervous system 

NEURONS 







Aves 


Drukker 


see Nerve cells 




NEMATOCYSTS 


MammaUa 


Korochkin 










genetics 




NEUROSECRETION 


NEOPLASIA 




Nematoda 


Brenner 






see Tumours 




growth 




Arachnida 


Juberthie 






Teleostei 


Benedetti 


Cephalop. 


Sacarrao 


NEOTENY 




histochemistry 




Crustacea 


Herp 


see Metamorphc 


isis 


Echinoidea 


Ryberg 




Martin 






Mammalia 


Wender 




Mocquard 


NERVE(S) 




impulse conducting system 


Insecta 


Holden 






Echinoidea 


Ryberg 




Steel 


Amphibia 


Muntz 


irradiation 




MammaUa 


Johnson 




Prestige 


Mammalia 


Wender 


Oligochaeta 


Coulomb 


Aves 


M auger 


morphology 






Stagni 




Saxod 


Aves 


Drukker 


Platyhelm 


Grasso 


Mammalia 


Kaluza 


muscular dystro 


phy 


Teleostei 


Marini 




Nie 


Mammalia 
neoplasm 


Parsons 


Turbellaria 


Lender 


NERVE CELLS 




Insecta 
neural tube 


Gateff 


NEUROTRANSMITTERS 

see also Hormones 


Amphibia 


Filoni 


Vertebrata 


Hauser 








Marini 


neuronal specificity 


Crustacea 


Herp 




Prestige 


Amphibia 


Baker 


acetylcholine 






Trevisan 


peripheral 




Echinoidea 


Gustafson 


Aves 


Canadas 


Homo 


Gamble 


cholinesterase 






Genis 


pliysiology 




Aves 


Filogamo 




Kaluza 


Aves 


Genis 




Giacobini 




Meller 


Mammalia 


Korochkin 




Robecchi 




Puelles 


regeneration 






Torre 


Insecta 


Beetz 


Amphibia 


Baker 


early development 


Mammalia 


Kaluza 


AnneUda 


Boilly 


Amphibia 


Ubbels 




Lierse 


Oligochaeta 


Marcel 


Echinoidea 


Buznikov 




Meller 


Schwann cell 






Gustafson 




Parsons 


MammaUa 


Parsons 




Manukliin 


Vertebrata 


Baffoni 


spina bifida 






Markova 






Aves 


Dryden 




TepUtz 



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GABA 




experimental st 


udy 


Mammalia 


Rokyta 




Nedvidek 




Zahlava 




Sladecek 


isoproterenol 




germ cell 




Mammalia 


Gerzeli 


Mammalia 


Garweg 


monoamines 




hybridization 




Aves 


Barbosa 


Amphibia 


Barsacchi 




Collin 




Nardi 




Harrisson 


imaginal disc 




Crustacea 


Raineri 


Insecta 


Lafont 


Echinoidea 


Gustafson 


induction 






Toneby 


. Amphibia 


Vahs 


Homo 


Navaratnam 


mutants 




Mammalia 


Baumgarten 


Insecta 


Kubli 




Collin 


oocyte 






Harrisson 


Amphibia 


Wylie 




Navaratnam 


oogenesis 




pineal organ 




Amphibia 


Ford 


Vertebrata 


Collin 




Habrova 


teratogenesis 






Nedvidek 


Aves 


Meiniel 


Aves 


Wylie 






Insecta 


Duspiva 


NEURULA(TION) 




Russo 






regeneration 




Amphibia 


Durston 


Amphibia 


Mitashov 




Johnen 


reverse transcription 




Peters 


Aves 


Croisille 


Aves 


Barson 




Soriano 
Smith 


NITROGEN 




transcription 




see Chemical elements 


MammaUa 


Jones 






translation 




NORMAL TABLES 


MammaUa 


Jones 


see Embryology (general & 






descriptive 




NUCLEO-CYTOPLASMIC 
INTERACTIONS 


NOTOCHORD 








Aves 


Menkes 


Amphibia 


Aimar 




Strudel 




Gallien 






Gastropoda 


Meshcheryakov 


NUCLEAR TRANSPLAN- 


Mammalia 


Opas 


TATION 




Teleostei 


Kotomin 


see Nucleus 






Kostomarova 
Neyfakh 


NUCLEIC ACID(S) 




Skoblina 


see also specific 


nucleic acids; 






Nucleotides (& nucleosides) 


NUCLEOLUS 








see Nucleus 




determination 








Insecta 


Kiithe 


NUCLEOTIDES (& 


development 




nucleosides) 




Amphibia 


Ragghianti 






Insecta 


Duspiva 


cyclic 




differentiation 




Amphibia 


Bluemink 


Insecta 


Kiithe 




Brachet 




Rembold 




Greeff 


early development 




Laat 


Amphibia 


Habrova 




Saag 




Nedvidek 




Zeijst 


Aves 


Wylie 


Echinoidea 


Backstrom 


Crustacea 


Hultin 




Brachet 


Echinoidea 


Czihak 




Vittorelh 




Immers 


Mammalia 


Bluemink 


Insecta 


Lundquist 




Greeff 


egg 






Laat 


Amphibia 


Brachet 




Malpoix 




Ihmocq 




Saag 


embryo 






Wijk 


Polychaeta 


Emanuelsson 




Zeijst 


endocrinology 








Insecta 


Scheller 






epidermis 








Insecta 


Bulliere 







others 

Amphibia Lovtrup 

Insecta Duke 

Duspiva 
GuUlet 

Mammalia Svejcar 

Polychaeta Durante 
Puccia 

NUCLEUS 

see also Chromosomes; Nucleo- 
cytoplasmic relations 

autoradiography 

Amphibia Chibon 
biochemistry 

Amphibia Angelier 

Muller 
Insecta Derksen 

Helmsing 
Trosch 
biophysics 

Insecta Beyse 

Seydewitz 
Trosch 
cleavage 

Insecta Wolf 

cytochemistry 

Gastropoda Bolognari 
enzymes 

Amphibia Gallien 
function 

Amphibia Gallien 
histochemistry 

Insecta Perkowska 

microcinematography 
Amphibia Lucey 
Insecta Wolf 

morphogenetic function 
Amphibia Ignatjeva 
Teleostei Ignatjeva 
nucleolus 

Amphibia Angeher 

Van Gansen 
Wallace 
Gastropoda Kielbowna 
Kosciclski 
Homo Martinek 

Insecta Perkowska 

Mammalia Martinek 
Oligochaeta Kopec 
oocyte 

Aves Gaginskaya 

Insecta Perkowska 

Teleostei Gaginskaya 
oogenesis 

Amphibia Van Gansen 
physiology 

Amphibia Wallace 
transfer 

Amphibia Aimar 
Delarue 
Gallien 
Lucey 
Nedvidek 
Nikitina 
Ortolani 
Signoret 
Sladecek 
Chondrostei Nikitina 
Insecta Santamaria 

Schnetter 



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ultrastructure 

Amphibia Gallien 

Aves Gaginskaya 

Gastropoda Bolognari 

Insecta Derksen 

Teleostei Gaginskaya 

NUTRITION (embryonic, 
larval, etc.) 

Amphibia Lestage 
Aves Goshcheteliani 

Cephalopoda Williamson 
Gastropoda Fioroni 

Fretter 
Lamellibr Le Roux 

Lucas 
Mammalia Auroux 

Beck 

Bentyn 

Peters 

Tonge 
Teleostei Fioroni 

OESOPHAGUS 

Mammalia Sevcenko 

OESTROUS CYCLE 

see Reproduction 

OLFACTORY ORGAN 



Homo 


Harris 


Mammaha 


Haris 


Teleostei 


Bertmar 


OOCYTE 




see Egg(s) 




see also Gamete(s) 


OOGENESIS 




see also Gametes 


Amphibia 


Kress 




Spornitz 


Arachnida 


Feiertag 




Pijnacker 


Collembola 


Krzysztofowicz 


Crustacea 


Zerbib 


Hydrozoa 


Aisenstadt 


Insecta 


Gateff 




King 




Pijnacker 




Romanowska 


Mammalia 


Ullmann 


Pantopoda 


King 


ReptiHa 


Bou 


Teleostei 


Zaitzev 


autoradiography 


/ 


Amphibia 


Ficq 




Van Gansen 


Aves 


Gaginskaya 


Gastropoda 


Bottke 


Insecta 


Ogorzalek 




Tschadaja 


Mammalia 


Vakaet 


Teleostei 


Chmilevsky 




Gaginskaya 


auxocytosis 




Lacertilia 


Ghiara 



biochemistry 

Ampliibia Adamson 
Denis 
Denoulet 
Ficq 
Ford 
Habrova 
Huchon 
Mazabraud 
Moreau 
Nedvidek 
Thomas 
Van Gansen 
Wegnez 

Aves Wylie 

Echinoidea Backstrom 
Cognetti 

Gastropoda Bottke 

Insecta Duspiva 

Engels 
Renkawitz 
Winter 

Polychaeta Fischer 
chromosomes 

Amphibia Lacroix 
comparative study 

Aves Kincurashvili 

cytochemistry 

Cephalopoda Albanese 
Zaccone 

Gastropoda Albanese 
Zaccone 

Hydrozoa Stagni 

Insecta Ogorzalek 

Russo 

Polyplac Contini 
Donato 

Teleostei Chmilevsky 
Contini 
Donato 
cytology 

Insecta Chauvin 

Russo 
descriptive study 

Crustacea Charniaux 
early 

Insecta Godula 

effect of hormones 

Amphibia Gardenghi 
Zaccanti 
endocrinology 

Ascidiacea Georges 

Crustacea Blanchet 
Charniaux 

Polychaeta Dhainaut 
environmental factors 

Insecta Papillon 

Teleostei Zaitzev 
follicle cell 

Cephalopoda Albanese 
Zaccone 

Gastropoda Bottke 

Lacertilia Taddei 

Mammalia Martinek 
general study 

Polychaeta Pfannenstiel 
genetics 

Insecta Marsh 



histochemistry 

Ascidiacea Dolcemascolo 
Gianguzza 
Mancuso 

Aves Bellairs 

England 

Insecta Bielanska 

Mammalia Bielanska 
Martinek 

Turbellaria MarinelU 
Vagnetti 
histology 

Insecta Tschadaja 

involution 

Amphibia Spornitz 
irradiation 

Mammaha Baker 
metabolism 

Mammalia Baker 
morphology 

Aves Gaginskaya 

Polychaeta Fischer 

Teleostei Gaginskaya 
nucleolus 

Gastropoda Kielbowna 
Koscielski 

Oligochaeta Kopec 
nucleus 

Amphibia Nikitina 

Chondrostei Nikitina 
parthenogenetic 

Crustacea Zaffagnini 
Sabelli 
physiology 

Amphibia Ficq 

Crustacea Johannisson 
size synchronization 

Polychaeta Fischer 
tracer study 

Aves Callebaut 

Insecta Engels 

ultrastructure 

Amphibia Habrova 
Jacob 
Nedvidek 
Van Gansen 

Ascidiacea Dolcemascolo 
Gianguzza 
Mancuso 

Aves Bellairs 

England 
Gaginskaya 

Gastropoda Albanese 
Bottke 
Mancino 
Zaccone 

Hydrozoa Gliitzer 
Stagni 

Insecta Bielanska 

Giorgi 
Ullmann 

Lacertilia Ghiara 

Mammalia Baker 

Bielanska 
Martinek 

Oligochaeta Bondi 

Polyplac Contini 
Donato 



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Teleostei 


Contini 


cytogenetics 




OVIPOSITION 






Donate 


Insecta 


Ribbert 


see Egg(s) 






Gaginskaya 


cytology 




see also Reproduction (sexual) 




Getting 
Raunich 


Mammalia 


Lombard 








development 




OVULATION 




vitelline cells 




Homo 


Peters 


see Egg(s) 




Turbellaria 


Marinelli 


differentiation 










Vagnetti 


Insecta 


Laverdure 


OVULE 




vitellogenesis 




Mammalia 


Weakly 


see Plant embryology 


Amphibia 


Huchon 


endocrinology 








Aves 


Bellairs 


Aves 


Kincurashvili 


OXYGEN 






England 
Ryland 




Kurulashvih 


see Chemical elements; 


Bryozoa 


Chondrostei 


Davidova 


Environmental factors 


Cephalopoda 


. Albanese 




Dettlaff 








Zaccone 


Crustacea 


Berreur 


PALATE 




Crustacea 


Blanchet 


Homo 


Ludwig 


see Mouth 






Johannisson 


Mammalia 


Hay 






Gastropoda 


Albanese 
Bottke 




Lombard 
Ludwig 


PANCREAS 






Zaccone 




Peters 


Amphibia 


Beaumont 


Hydrozoa 


Glatzer 


follicle 






Lestage 


Insecta 


Engels 


Aves 


Kurulashvih 


Aves 


Beaupain 




Giorgi 




Gabajeva 




Drukker 


Oligochacta 


Laverdure 
Bondi 


Chelonia 
Chondrostei 


Gabajeva 
Davidova 


Homo 
Mammalia 


Karlsson 
Felix 








Dettlaff 




France 


OOPLASMIC SEGREGATION 


Cyclostom 


Gabajeva 




Hach 


see Egg(s) 




Homo 


Himelstein 
Ludwig 




Jacquot 
Karlsson 


ORGANIZATION 


Insecta 


Mays 




Kralj 


see Pattern formation 




Ribbert 




Lansdown 






Lacertilia 


Gabajeva 




Perrier 


ORGANIZER 




Mammalia 


Hay 




Rode 


see Induction 






Ludwig 
Peters 




Sutter 


ORGANOGENESIS 




Ullman 


PARABIOSIS 




see also specific 


organs 


Teleostei 


Gabajeva 










function 




Amphibia 


Brandle 


Amphibia 


Balls 


Mammalia 


Byskov 




El Kebir 


Ascidiacea 


Burighel 


histochemistry 






Sala 


Aves 


Kocher 


Homo 


Ludwig 






Homo 


Kistler 


Mammalia 


Ludwig 


PARATHYROID GLAND 




Menkes 


iiiterstitial cells 








Insecta 


Wegener 


Homo 


Stegner 


Aves 


Co rujo 


Mammalia 


Kistler 
Serman 


Mammalia 
malformations 


Stegner 




Thesingh 




Skreb 


Mammaha 


Girard 


PARTHENOGENESIS (& 




Wilde 


morphogenesis 




Paedogenesis) 






Aves 


KincurashviH 






OSSIFICATION 


f 


nurse cells 




Amphibia 


Jaylet 


see Skeleton 




Crustacea 


Johannisson 




Rostand 






Insecta 


Kunz 


Arachnida 


Fciertag 


OSTEOGENESIS 




Renkawitz 




Pijnacker 


sec Skeleton 






Ribbert 


Cladocera 


Gaino 








Ruzzo 


Crustacea 


Bettanin 


OVARY 




relation to thymus 




Delia Croce 


see also Gonad(s) 


Mammaha 


Himelstein 




Sabelli 






ultrastructure 






Zaffagnini 


Mammalia 


Wcgmann 


Homo 


Stegner 


Echinoidea 


Czihak 


asymmetry 




Mammalia 


Byskov 


Insecta 


Camenzind 


Aves 


Lepori 




Hay 




Pijnacker 


atresia 






Lombard 




Ulrich 


Cliondrostei 


Faleeva 




Stegner 




Went 


Teleostei 


Faleeva 




Weakly 


Mammalia 


Czolowska 


autoradiography 


vascularization 






Graham 


Mammalia 


Byskov 


Mammalia 


Byskov 




Komar 


biochemistry 








Teleostei 


Czihak 


Insecta 


Mays 


OVIDUCT 










Ribbert 


Amphibia 


Girard 






culture in vitro 




Homo 


Jirsova 






Aves 


Lepori 


Mammalia 


Eckstein 






Insecta 


Camcnzind 

Lender 

Went 




Jirsova 







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PATHOLOGY (developmental) 
see also Anomalies; Bacteria; 

Malformations; 

Teratogenesis; Virus(es) 



experimental study 



Aves 


Rados 


Homo 


Testa 




Ziiccatosta 


Mammalia 


Busch 




Paul 




Rados 


abortions 




Homo 


Ferrier 




Kajii 


anemia 




Mammalia 


Seller 


bone 




Mammalia 


Nie 


brain 




Mammalia 


Greenham 




Peacock 


cyst 




Aves 


Thesingh 


cytogenetics 




Homo 


Kajii 


diabetes 




Mammalia 


Mercicr 




Tuchmann 


enzymes 




Homo 


Chalumeau 


Mammalia 


Chalumeau 


free radicals 




Amplribia 


Melehova 


heart 




Mammalia 


Nie 


heteroploidy 




Homo 


Beatty 


Mammalia 


Beatty 


hypoxia 




Homo 


Thiery 


kidney 




Homo 


Tejcdo 


pancreatitis 




Mammalia 


Lansdown 


placenta 




Homo 


Becker 




Jiricka 


Mammalia 


Jiricka 


prenatal 




Aves 


Menkes 


spermatogenesis 




Homo 


Posinovec 


trophoblast 




Homo 


Panigel 


ultrastructure 




Homo 


Kistler 


Mammalia 


Kistler 


vhus-induced 




Homo 


Kistler 


Mammalia 


Kistler 


PATTERN FORMATION 


see also Induction 


Hydrozoa 


Wilby 


early stages 




Mammalia 


Johnson 


Teleostei 


Haarlem 



Insecta 
feathers 

Aves 
genetics 

Insecta 
imaginal disc 

Insecta 



Meet 

Sengel 

Kroeger 

Ouweneel 
Sprey 



limb 

Aves 

Mammalia 
neural plate 

Amphibia 
position 

Aves 
positional information 

Insecta Lawrence 

stability 

Cephalop 
testis 

Homo 



Wolpert 
Kocher 

Woellwarth 

Curtis 



Marthy 



Posinovec 

PELVIC GIRDLE 
see Skeleton 

PEPTIDES 

see Proteins 

PERITONEUM 
see Body cavities 

PERIVITELLINE FLUID 

see Egg(s) 

PERMEABILITY 

Amphibia Dick 

Hansson 
Lovtrop 
Schultheiss 

Mammalia Bara 

PESTICIDES 



Aves 



Mammalia 



Bruel 
David 
Didier 
Henou 

Lutz 
Meiniel 
Berton 
Mankowska 



PHARMACOLOGY 
see Drug(s) 

PHARYNX 

see also Branchial region; 
Mouth 

Aves Lelievre 

Turbellaria Bautz 
Schilt 
Stephan 



PHENOCOPIES 

Aves Landauer 

Insecta Capdevila 

Mammalia Kocher 

PHOSPHORUS 

see Chemical elements 

PHYLOGENESIS 

Korotkova 

Zotin 
Amniota Matejka 

Slaby 
Amphibia Hinchliffe 
Brachiopoda Emig 
Crossopter Hincliliffe 
Homo Matejka 

Mazhuga 

Slaby 
Insecta Eppenberger 

Mammalia Mazhuga 

Schmidt 
Phoronidea Emig 
Teleostei Tcherniaev 
Vertebrata Colin 

Eppenberger 

Nieuwkoop 

Presley 

PHYSICAL FACTORS 

see specific physical agents; 
Environmental factors 

PHYSIOLOGY (developmental) 
see Embryology (experi- 
mental); Embryology 
(physiological) 
see also Development 

PIGMENT(ATION) 

see also Chromatophore(s); 
Melanophore(s); 
Neural crest 



Amphibia 


Hach 




La Spina 


Aves 


Groenendijk 


Homo 


Hach 


Insecta 


Colin 




Egelhaaf 




Lafont 




Rembold 


Mammalia 


Deol 




Hach 


Polychaeta 


Fischer 



PINEAL ORGAN (& para- 
pineal organ) 



Aves 


Doskocil 




Marraro 


Cyclostom 


Meiniel 


Mammalia 


Vollrath 


Vertebrata 


Collin 




Meiniel 




Oksche 


PITUITARY 




see Hypophysis 





169 



PL ACENT ACTION) 


tracer study 




callus 




see also Blastocyst; Embryo- 


Mammalia 


Okker 


Angiosp 


Harte 


maternal relationships; 


transplacental carcmogenesis 




Jelaska 


Pregnancy 




Mammalia 
transport 


blger 




Ly 
Pierik 


Mammalia 


Kuhn 


Homo 


ChaUier 


cell adhesion 




autoradiography 






Vacek 


Actasiales 


Garrod 


Mammalia 


Peters 


Mammalia 


Berton 


cell aggregation 




biochemistry 






Hemmings 




Blechschmidt 


Homo 


Hubert 




Peters 


Acrasiales 


Gerisch 


biophysics 






Vacek 




Konijn 


Mammalia 


Bara 




Wrba 




Malchow 


comparative study 


ultrastructure 






Westra 


Mammaha 


Harrison 


Homo 


Kaufmann 


cell cycle 






Razek 




Schiebler 


Angiosp 


Lindenmayer 




Strauss 




Vacek 


Eumycetoz 


Bluemink 


culture in vitro 




Mammalia 


Bielanska 




Grceff 


Homo 


Baker 




Gulamhusein 




Laat 


Mammalia 


Zaayer 




Panigel 




Saag 


cytology 






Steven 




Zeijst 


Mammalia 


Taverne 




Vacek 


ceU differentiation 


development 






Wakely 


Acrasiales 


Gerisch 


Mammalia 


Bulmer 




Young 




Konijn 




Peel 


vascularization 






Parish 


differentiation 




Homo 


Harris 


Angiosp 


Barlow 


. Mammalia 


New 




Lemtis 




Street 


endocrinology 




Mammalia 


Gulamhusein 


cell interaction 




Homo 


Baker 




Harris 


Angiosp 


Barlow 


Mammalia 


Colombo 




Steven 


cell membrane 






Okker 


villi 




Acrasiales 


Gerisch 




Zaayer 


Homo 


Baur 




Parish 


enzymes 




Mammalia 


Baur 


Eumycetoz 


Bluemink 


Homo 


Gennser 








Greeff 




Kaufmann 


PLACODE(S) 






Laat 




Vacek 


see also Sense organs 




Saag 


Mammalia 


Vacek 








Zeijst 


experimental study 


PLANT EMBRYOLOGY 


cell wall 




Mammalia 


Revesz 


& MORPHOGENESIS 


Fungi 


Datema 


function 




(experimental & physiol.) 




Sietsma 


Mammalia 


Perry 


see also Unicellular organisms 




Valk 


growth 










Vries 


Mammalia 


New 


apex 






Wessels 


haemophagous organ 


Angiosp 


Barlow 


chemotaxis 




Mammalia 


Gulamhusein 


apical dominance 


Acrasiales 


Konijn 


histochemistry 




Angiosp 


Amer 




Malchow 


Homo 


Jiricka 




El Hajzein 




Westra 




Thiery 




Neville 


comparative study 


Mammalia 


Bielanska 


apomixis 




Angiosp 


Ly 




Jiricka 


Angiosp 


Izmailow 




Willemse 




Wakely 




Malecka 


Gymnosp 


Willemse 


malformations 




archegonium 




Equisetoph 


Willemse 


Homo 


Lemtis 


Gymnosp 


Willemse 


Xanthophyc Willemse 


Mammalia 


Jelinek 


asexual reproduction 


culture in vitro 




morphology 




Angiosp 


Czapik 


Angiosp 


Bayliss 


Homo 


Baker 


biochemistry 






Bopp 




Preslickova 


Acrasiales 


Ashworth 




Briarty 




Thiery 




Hames 




Erdelska 


Mammalia 


Hamilton 


Angiosp 


Bopp 




Haccius 




Preslickova 




Broek 




Harte 




Taverne 




Linskens 




Heszky 


pathology 






Ryczkowski 




Mestre 


Homo 


Becker 




Schopfer 




Pierik 




Jiricka 




Street 




Street 


Mammalia 


Hancock 


Eumycetoz 


Sauer 




Wellman 




Jiricka 


Filices 


Stange 




Withers 


physiology 




Fungi 


Luger 


cyclic nucleotides 


Homo 


Guiet 




Sietsma 


Acrasiales 


Gerisch 


Mammalia 


Panigel 




Valk 




Konijn 




Steven 




Vries 


Chlorophyt 


: Brachet 


pseudoplacenta 




Hepaticae 


Stange 


cytogenetics 




Bryozoa 


Ryland 




Viell 


Angiosp 


Cionini 


relation to fetus 






development 




Homo 


Baur 






Bryophyta 


Bopp 


Mammalia 


Baur 

Naaktgeborcn 










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differentiation 




gametes 




Angiosp 


Abel 


Angiosp 


Willemse 




Bopp 


Equisetoph 


Willemse 




Heszky 


Gymnosp 


Willemse 




Wellmann 


Xanthophyc 


Willemse 


Fungi 


Croes 


genetics 






Luger 


Acrasiales 


Ashworth 


Hepaticae 


Abel 


Angiosp 


Abel 




Viell 




Broek 


dormancy 






Harte 


Angiosp 


Istambouli 




Wellensiek 




Karssen 


Ascomyc 


Zonneveld 




Linskens 


Fungi 


Vries 


embryo 




Hepaticae 


Abel 


Angiosp 


Czapik 


germination 






Ly 


Angiosp 


Augsten 




Mestre 




Karssen 




Ryczkowski 


grain 






Street 


Angiosp 


Briarty 




Turala 


growth 






Withers 


Angiosp 


Augsten 


embryo sac 






Bopp 


Angiosp 


Erdelska 




Ryczkowski 


embryoid 






Soekarjo 


Angiosp 


Guignard 




Wagner 




Haccius 


haploidy 






Heszky 


Angiosp 


Street 




Jelaska 


heterocyst 






Ly 


Cyanophyc 


Wilcox 




Mestre 


heterokaryon 




embryonic potential 


Fungi 


Luger 


Angiosp 


Jelaska 


histochemistry 




endosperm 




Angiosp 


Street 


Angiosp 


Malecka 




Willemse 




Ryczkowski 


Equisetoph 


Willemse 




Turala 


Gymnosp 


Willemse 


environmental factors 


Xanthophyc 


Willemse 


Acrasiales 


Ashworth 


histogenesis 




Angiosp 


Gulluni 


Angiosp 


Amer 




Harte 


hormones 






Santoro 




Doree 




Soekarjo 


Angiosp 


Berghoef 




Wellensiek 




Bragt 




Withers 




Bruinsma 


Gymnosp 


Denne 




Karssen 


enzymes 






Knegt 


Angiosp 


Augsten 




Przybyllok 




Loon 




Soekarjo 


Chlorophyc 


Brachet 




Wellensiek 


Fungi 


Wessels 


Filices 


Stange 


experimental study 


Fungi 


Datema 


Angiosp 


Neville 


Hepaticae 


Stange 


fertilization 




immunochemistry 


Angiosp 


Erdelska 


Acrasiales 


Gerisch 




Linskens 


inductor 






Willemse 


Angiosp 


Siebers 


Gymnosp 


Willemse 


leaf 




Equisetoph 


Willemse 


Angiosp 


Bragt 


Xanthophyc 


Willemse 




Harte 


flower 






Loon 


Angiosp 


Bernard 




Neville 




Neville 




Przybyllok 


flowering 






Woltz 


Angiosp 


Broek 


meiosis 






Frijters 


Angiosp 


Linskens 




Lindenmayer 


Chlorophyc 


Linskens 




Wellensiek 


meristem 




fruit 




Angiosp 


Barlow 


Angiosp 


Bragt 




Bernard 




Knegt 


Fihces 


Stange 




Varga 


Hepaticae 


Stange 


fruiting body 




microcinematof 


>raphy 


Ascomyc 


Zonneveld 


Angiosp 


E'rdelska 



mitochondria 

Gymnosp Willemse 
mitosis 

Doree 
Eumycetoz Saucr 
morphogenesis 

Acrasiales Garrod 
Angiosp BayUss 

Pierik 
Woltz 
Chlorophyc Brachet 
Fungi Sietsma 

mutant 

Acrasiales Ashworth 
ovule 

Angiosp Ryczkowski 

pattern formation 

Acrasiales Durston 
Angiosp Barlow 

pedicel abscission 

Angiosp Pierik 

phenocopy 

Angiosp Haccius 

photomorphogenesis 
Angiosp Mohr 

Schopfer 
Wagner 
Wellmann 
phototropism 

Angiosp Bruinsma 

phyllotaxis 

Pteridoph Lindenmayer 
Spermatoph Lindenmayer 
phylogeny 

Angiosp Ly 

physiology 

Angiosp Augsten 

Cionini 
Linskens 
Mestre 
Ryczkowski 
Street 
Eumycetoz Wegener 
Hepaticae Viell 
pigment 

Angiosp Ryczkowski 

polarity, gradient, symmetry 

Angiosp Neville 

polyploidy 

Angiosp BayUss 

protonema 

Bryophyta Bopp 
regeneration 

Angiosp Barlow 

Bragt 
Woltz 
Filices Stange 

Fungi Valk 

Hepaticae Stange 
VieU 
reproduction 

Angiosp Czapik 

Fungi Sietsma 

rhythm 

Angiosp Wagner 

root 

Angiosp Barlow 

Gulluni 
Lindenmayer 
Santoro 
seed 

Angiosp Briarty 

Karssen 



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seed sterility 

Angiosp Turala 

seedling 

Angiosp Schopfer 

senescence 

Angiosp Loon 

sex expression 

Angiosp Berghoef 

sexual differentiation 

Fungi Wessels 

shoot 

Angiosp Bopp 

spacing 

Cyanophyc Wilcox 
suspcnsor 

Angiosp Cionini 

theoretical study 

Frijters 
Lindenmayer 

Acrasiales Nanjundiah 
transcription 

F-'ungi Broek 

ultrastructure 

Acrasiales Hohl 

Angiosp Briarty 

Street 
Turala 
Willemse 

Equisetoph Willemse 

Fungi Hohl 

Wessels 

Gymnosp Willemse 

Xanthophyc Willemse 
vascular tissue 

Angiosp Amer 

Siebers 

Gymnosp Denne 

PLEURA 

see Body cavities 

POLAR BODIES 

see Egg(s) 

POLARITY 

see Gradicnt(s); Symmetry 

POLE CELLS 

see Germ cells (primordial) 

POLLUTANTS 

LamcUibr Lucas 

POLYAMINES 

see Amine(s) 

POLYEMBRYONY 

Amphibia Svyatogor 
Avcs Lutz 

Svyatogor 
Teleostci Lutz 

POLYMORPHISM 

Insccta Lees 

Rcmbold 

Schmidt 

Steel 

Truckenbrodt 

Winkler 

Woyke 



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POLYPEPTIDES 

see Proteins 

POLYPLOIDY 

Insecta Kunz 

Lauge 
Renkawitz 
Woyke 

Mammalia Marshak 
Nadal 
Niemierko 
Stroeva 

POLYSACCHARIDES 

see Carbohydrate(s) 

POSTEMBRYONIC 
DEVELOPMENT 

see Development (post- 
embryonic, fetal) 

POTENCY 

see F'^mbryology (experimental) 
see also Determination; 

Pattern formation; Regulation 

PREGNANCY 

see also Embryo-maternal 

relationships; Placenta(tion) 

Amphibia ChamboUe 

Homo Gebhardt 

Hurst 
Lansdown 

Mammalia Busch 

Colombo 

Hurst 

Lansdown 

Mercier 

Perry 

Renfree 

Tuchmann 

Ullmann 

Wilson 

Teleostei Chambolle 

PRESSURE 

see also Environmental factors 

Ascidiacea Farinella 
Mammalia Blackburn 

PRIMITIVE STREAK 

see also Blastoderm 

Amphibia Vacek 
Aves Vacek 

Mammalia Deuchar 
Vacek 

PRIMORDIAL GERM CELLS 
see Germ cells (primordial) 

PROLIFERATION 

sec Mitosis 

PRONEPHRIC DUCT 

see Urogenital system 

PRONEPHROS 

see Kidney(s) 

PROSPECTIVE MAPS 

see Embryology (cxpcriiiicntal) 



PROSTAGLANDINS 



Mammalia 


Mercier 




Tuchmann 


PROTEIN(S) (ir 


id. Peptides & 


Polypeptides) 


albumen 




Aves 


Carinci 




Gerlinger 


autoradiography 




Amphibia 


Brahma 




Saag 


basic 




Echinoidea 


Backstrom 


cell differentiation 


Amphibia 


Jacob 


Homo 


Jacob 


Mammalia 


Malpoix 


chromatin 




Echinoidea 


Cognetti 


chromosomal 




Amphibia 


Duprat 


Insecta 


Bosshard 


contractile 




Homo 


John 


Mammalia 


John 


cortico-steroid binding 


Aves 


Gasc 


crystallin 




Amphibia 


Brahma 


Aves 


Burns 




Qayton 




Doorenmaalen 




Perry 




Pritchard 




Truman 


Homo 


Doorenmaalen 


Mammalia 


Qayton 




Perry 




Platonov 




Pritchard 




Truman 


development 




Amphibia 


Desvaux 




Ragghianti 


Echinoidea 


Westin 


differentiation 




Amphibia 


Picard 


Insecta 


Duspiva 




Rembold 


early developnu 


nt 


Ampliibia 


Brahma 




Macha 




Osborn 




Palecek 




Romanovsky 




Saag 




Stanisstreet 


Aves 


Janssen 


Crustacea 


Huhin 


Echinoidea 


Backstrom 




Giudice 




Immers 


Gastropoda 


Wa! 


Insecta 


Sauer 




Schnetter 




Wegener 


Mammalia 


Johnson 




Petzoldt 


Teleostei 


Kostoniarova 



I 



egg 




nuclear 




tissue specific 




Amphibia 


Brachct 


Echinoidea 


Cognetti 


Amphibia 


Knowland 


Ascidiacea 


Piiccia 




De Matthaeis 


tooth Mammaha Linde 


elastin 






Nicotra 


transferrine 




Mammalia 


Moczar 




Sevaljevic 


Amphibia 


Chalumeau 


embryo 




oocyte 




Homo 


Chalumeau 


Aves 


Janssen 


Echinoidea 


Rinaldi 


Mammalia 


Chalumeau 




Starre 


Insecta 


Papillon 


transport to fetus 


eye 




oogenesis 




Mammaha 


Hemmings 


Amphibia 


Mitashov 


Amphibia 


Ficq 




Wild 




Sviridov 




Ford 


tumour 




Aves 


Janssen 




Moreau 


Mammaha 


Serman 




Starre 




Van Gansen 




Solter 


fat body 




Echinoidea 


Backstrom 


uterine 




Insecta 


Papillon 




Cognetti 


Homo 


Beier 


fetal serum 




organogenesis 




Mammaha 


Beier 


Mammalia 


Ren free 


Insecta 


Wegener 




Kirchner 


fetoprotein 




Mammalia 


Serman 




Renfree 




Peters 




Skreb 


venom 




Aves 


Janssen 


ovary 




Mammaha 


Gabriel 


Homo 


Adinolfi 


Crustacea 


Berreur 


yolk 






SeUer 


pattern 




Gastropoda 


Wal 


Mammalia 


Adinolfi 


Insecta 


Denuce 


Insecta 


Engels 


fetus 




Porifera 


Denuce 






Homo 


Karlsson 


Teleostei 


Denuce 


PROTOZOA 




Mammalia 


Karlsson 


pattern at different temp. 


see UniceUular organisms 


filamentous 




Insecta 


Papillon 






Polychaeta 


ap Gwynn 


peptide 




RADIATION 




gene activation 




Insecta 


Chen 


see Irradiation 




Insecta 


Artavanis 


phosvitin 










Holden 


Aves 


Gerlinger 


RADIOMIMETIC AGENTS 




Ish 


physiology 








genetics 




Mammalia 


Hemmings 


REAGGREGATION 


Amphibia 


Beetschen 


pineal organ 




see Cell(s) 






Gasser 


Vertebrata 


ColUn 






Mammaha 


Goswami 


placenta 




REARING METHODS 


germ cell 




Homo 


Hubert 






Mammalia 


Garwcg 


regeneration 




Brachyura 


Ingle 


heat shock 




Amphibia 


Anton 


Crustacea 


Castel 


Insecta 


Artavanis 


Mammaha 


Dyson 




Fincham 




Holden 


Turbellaria 


Lc Moigne 




Rice 




Ish 


reproductive system 




Williamson 


hemoglobin 




Insecta 


Chen 


Lagomorpha Beatty 


Homo 


Ramirez 


reticulin 




Lamelhbr 


Le Pcnnec 


hemolymph 




Homo 


Posinovec 




Le Roux 


Insecta 


Engels 


ribonucleoprot 


ein 




Lucas 




Papillon 


Insecta 


Knust 




Prieur 


histochemistry 




S-100 




Polychaeta 


Cazaux 


Amphibia 


Chalumeau 


Amphibia 


Mitashov 






Homo 


Chalumeau 




Sviridov 


REGENERATION (physio- 


Mammalia 


Chalumeau 


salivary gland 




logical) 




imaginal disc 




Insecta 


Eeken 






Insecta 


Blais 


semen 




Amphibia 


Martin 


induction 




Mammalia 


Boursnell 


Aves 


Balakhonov 


Amphibia 


Vahs 


sexual development 


Mammaha 


Polezhaev 


keratin 




Crustacea 


Charniaux 






Aves 


Desveaux 
Dhouailly 
Sengel 
Smith 


soluble 


Croisille 

Junera 

Meusy 






kidney 




Amphibia 


Brahma 






Aves 


Croisille 




Saag 






Upoprotein 




Mammaha 


Serman 






Amphibia 


Huchon 




Skreb 






liver 




starvation 








Amphibia 


Know'land 


Insecta 


Bosquet 






Mammaha 


Goswami 


synthesis 








metamorphosis 


Amphibia 


Mitashov 






Insecta 


CoUn 


Aves 


Janssen 






mitotic apparatus 




Starre 






Polychaeta 


ap Gwynn 


Homo 


Adinolfi 






nervous system 


Mammaha 


Adinolfi 






Aves 


Meller 











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REGENERATION (traumatic) 


differentiation 




inhibition 




see also Interstitial cells; 


Amphibia 


Harrebomee 


Hydrozoa 


Stanisstreet 


Unicellular organisms; 


Turbellaria 


Le Moigne 


Oligochaeta 


Marcel 


Wound healing 




Pasquini 


Turbellaria 


Lender 






digestive system 






Torok 


Actinozoa 


Van Praet 


Mammalia 


Timashkevich 


involution 




Archiannel 


Malik ova 


ear 




Turbellaria 


Bautz 


Asteroidea 


Lender 


Mammalia 


Joseph 


irradiation 




Brachiopoda 


Emig 


effect of chemicals 


Asteroidea 


Huet 


Hirudinca 


Kudokotsev 


Mammalia 


Cracmn 


Turbellaria 


Bautz 


Oligochaeta 


Saussey 




Preda 


limb 




Phasmida 


Bart 




Protase 


Amphibia 


Faber 


Phoronidea 


Emig 


effect of drugs 






Huet 


Polychaeta 


Di Grande 


Aves 


Balakhonov 




Lazard 




Malikova 


Mammalia 


Joseph 




Lheureux 




Pfannenstiel 


effect of hormones 




Maden 




Sabelli 


Mammalia 


Joseph 




Polezhaev 


Porifera 


Boury 


effect of nervous system 




Wallace 




Korotkova 


Asteroidea 


Huet 


Arachnida 


Ksiazek 


Reptilia 


Bellairs 


Turbellaria 


Schilt 


Crustacea 


Noulin 


Turbellaria 


Hirn 




Stephan 


Insecta 


Bulliere 




Kritchinskaya 


Vertebrata 


Hauser 


liver 






Tokin 


effect of venom 




Mammalia 


Craciun 


absence 




Mammalia 


Cullen 




Desser 


Hirudinea 


Cornec 


elastic tissue 






Mutolo 


actinomycin 




Mammalia 


Moczar 




Nadal 


Hydrozoa 


Lui 


embryo 






Preda 




Znidaric 


Insecta 


Fournier 




Protase 


after irradiation 






Rogueda 




Romanova 


Amphibia 


Lazard 


endocrinology 




lung 






Polezhaev 


Amphibia 


Filoni 


Mammalia 


Romanova 


Hydrozoa 


Lui 


Crustacea 


Noulin 


lymphatic syste 


m 




Znidaric 


Insecta 


Bart 


Mammalia 


Hinrichsen 


autoradiography 






Fournier 


mechanism 




Amphibia 


Dabagian 




Rogueda 


Mammalia 


Liosner 


axial structures 




Mammalia 


Desser 


metabolism 




Vertebrata 


Hauser 


Polychaeta 


Hofmann 




Needham 


biochemistry 




epithelium 




mitosis 




Amphibia 


Anton 


Mammalia 


Joseph 


Insecta 


Bart 




Burgess 


experimental study 


muscle 




Hydrozoa 


Stanisstreet 


Annelida 


Boilly 


Mammaha 


Cullen 


Mammalia 


Dyson 


Oligochaeta 


Stephan 


neoblasts 




Polychaeta 


Durante 


Turbellaria 


Schilt 


Turbellaria 


Lender 




Puccia 




Stephan 




Sauzin 




Thouveny 


eye 




nervous system 




Turbellaria 


Le Moigne 


Amphibia 


Dabagian 


Amphibia 


Baker 




Torok 




Korochkin 




Filoni 


biophysics 






Mitashov 


Mammaha 


Berry 


Turbellaria 


Tei 




Sviridov 




Ilhs 


blastemata 




eye lens 






Nie 


Amphibia 


Harrebomee 


Amphibia 


Campbell 


Oligochaeta 


Marcel 


cell activation 






Filoni 


neurosecretion 




Turbellaria 


ZiUer 




Truman 


Oligochaeta 


Coulomb 


cell transformat 


ion & migration 


Aves 


Sicharulidze 


Platyhelm 


Grasso 


Actinozoa 


Lenique 


gene control 




pharynx 




Turbellaria 


Lenique 


Insecta 


Bulliere 


Turbellaria 


Bautz 


cellular basis 




general study 


Needham 




SchUt 


Nemertea 


Pedersen 


growth 






Stephan 


connective tissue 


Turbellaria 


Pasquini 


physiology 




Turbellaria 


Pedersen 


heart 






Brondsted 


control 




Mammalia 


Polezhaev 


polar 




Hydrozoa 


Schmid 


hcteromorphosis 


Hydrozoa 


MuUer 




Wilby 


Oligochaeta 


Coulomb 


polarity 




culture in vitro 




heterotopic 




Amphibia 


Lheureux 


Insecta 


Bulliere 


Amphibia 


Harrebomee 


posterior 




Turbellaria 


Chandebois 


histochemistry 




Oligochaeta 


Coulomb 


cytochemistry 




Mammalia 


Makinen 




Mouton 


Polychaeta 


Thouveny 




Raekallio 


potential 




cytology 




histology 




Ohgochaeta 


Coulomb 


Oligochaeta 


Mouton 


Turbellaria 


Zafiratos 


regeneration cells 


dcdiffcrentiation 


imaginal disc 




AnneHda 


BoiUy 


Amphibia 


Harrebomee 


Insect'i 


Strub 


regulation 




determination 




induction 




Amphibia 


Campbell 


Insecta 


Bulliere 


Hydrozoa 


Millie r 


Mammalia 


Sidorova 


Turbellaria 


Zillcr 


Turbellaria 


Lender 






174 













relation with immunology 

Mammalia Watts 
retina Amphibia Mitashov 
skull Mammalia Polezhaev 
spleen 

Mammalia Kharlova 
tail Amphibia Brustis 
terrifories 

Crustacea Hoarau 
thymus 

Mammalia Kharlova 
tissue 

Mammalia Dyson 
tracer studies 

Turbellaria Zafiratos 
trophic factor 

Oligochaeta Marcel 
ultrastructure 

Ctenophora PyUlo 

Turbellaria Qiandebois 
Le Moigne 
Lender 
Sauzin 
undifferentiated cells 

Turbellaria Chandcbois 
vascular system 

Avcs Krediet 

Homo Krediet 

Mammalia Krediet 
wing Insecta Bart 

Browaeys 

REGULATION (embryonic) 



Amphibia 


Campbell 


Aves 


Amprino 




Kieny 


Cephalop 


Marthy 


Insecta 


Dewes 



REPRODUCTION (asexual) 
see Asexual reproduction 

REPRODUCTION (sexual) 
see also Egg(s); Fertility (& 

sterility); Fertilization; 

Reproductive system; 

Spermatozoa etc. 

Copepoda Lescher 
Mammalia Huber 
Polychaeta Hofmann 
Teleostei Durand 

Tcherniaev 
Urodela Durand 

artificial insemination 
Homo Rowson 

Mammalia Gulamhusein 

Rowson 
biochemistry 

Mammalia Boursnell 

Mann 
comparative study 
Elasmobr Mann 
Mammalia Harrison 

Mann 
Mollusca Mann 
contraception 

Homo Niikawa 

MammaUa Eckstein 



cycle 

Crustacea Picaud 
Echinoderm Kasyanov 
Lamellibr Kasyanov 
Mammalia Huber 
Reptiha Herbert 

Teleostei Koshelev 
cytogenetics 

Tardipada Bertolani 
endocrinology 

Polychaeta Hauenschild 
Reptilia Wilson 

environmental factors 
Insecta Delay 

enzyme Hydrozoa MUller 
immunology 

Homo BiUington 

Jenkinson 
Searle 
Se liens 
Smith 
Mammalia Billington 
Jenkinson 
Searle 
Sellens 
Smith 
intersexuahty 

Aves Wolff 

marsupial pouch 

Mammalia Renfree 
monogeny 

Crustacea Ginsburger 
parthenogenesis 

Tardigrada Bertolani 
semen Mammalia Boursnell 
Cohen 
Mann 
spawning 

Gastropoda Bergerard 
Polychaeta Knight 
Teleostei Koshelev 
species crosses 

MammaHa Gulamhusein 
spermatophore 

Cephalopoda Mann 
viviparity 

Reptiha Wilson 

Teleostei Getting 

REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM 

see also specific parts; Genital 
tract; Urogenital system 

Crustacea Zaffagnini 
Hydrozoa Fioroni 
Nematoda Zaffagnini 

accessory sex gland 
Insecta Chen 

Mammalia Beier 
Kuhnel 

biochemistry 

Mammalia Mann 

comparitive study 

Mammalia Strauss 

descriptive study 

Cephalop Di Grande 

Grasso 
Insecta Cavallin 

development 

Insecta Huet 

Teleostei Ashby 

differentiation 

Insecta Lauge 



diploids 

Insecta Woyke 

endocrinology 

Insecta Hartmann 

Teleostei Ashby 
experimental study 

Amphibia Gipouloux 

Cephalopoda Di Grande 
Grasso 

Insecta Cavallin 

Papillon 

Mammalia Beier 
female 

Insecta Tschadaja 

Mammalia Bulmer 
Peel 
Strauss 
function 

Gastropoda Gomot 
glands Insecta Chauvin 
histochemistry 

MammaUa Kuhnel 
male MammaUa Mann 
morphogenesis 

Aves Cuminge 

Dubois 
morphology 

Amniota Matejka 

Homo Matejka 

Insecta Tschadaja 

MammaUa Kuhnel 
neurosecretion 

Platyhelm Grasso 
phylogenesis 

Amniota Matejka 

Homo Matejka 

physiology 

MammaUa Peters 
spermatheca 

Insecta Hartmann 

ultrastructure 

Insecta Hartmann 

RESPIRATION 

see also MetaboUsm 



Amphibia 


Hamburger 


Ascidiacea 


D'Anna 


Aves 


Dawes 


Homo 


ChaUier 




Guiet 


Insecta 


Bosquet 




Fourche 


RESPIRATORY TRACT 


Homo 


Choffel 




DoUander 



RETICULO-ENDOTHELIAL 
SYSTEM 

see Macrophage system 

RHESUS FACTORS 

see Immunology 

RIBONUCLEIC ACID 

see also Nucleic acids 

5s Amphibia Ford 
12s Aves Desveaux 

autoradiography 

Amphibia Van Gansen 



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cell differentiation 


oogenesis 




sensory corpuscl 


es 


Amphibia 


Jacob 


Amphibia 


Denoulet 


Aves 


Saxod 


Homo 


Jacob 




Ford 


taste bud 




chromosomal 






Thomas 


Homo 


Sevcenko 


Amphibia 


Lacroix 




Van Gansen 






cytoplasmic 




ovary 




SERUM 




Echinoidea 


Giudice 
Sconzo 


Insecta 


Mays 
Ribbert 


see Blood 




differentiation 




regeneration 




SEX CHROMATIN 


Amphibia 


Picard 


Amphibia 


Burgess 


see Nucleus 




early stages 




Turbellaria 


Le Moigne 






Ascidiacea 


Mansueto 


ribonucleoprotein 


SEX DETERMINATION 


Echinoidea 


Giudice 


Insecta 


Derksen 


see also Sexual development 




Pirrone 


ribosomal 










Sconzo 


Aves 


Wylie 


Crustacea 


Ginsburger 


Insecta 


Buning 


Echinoidea 


Giudice 




Legrand 




Maisonhaute 




Mutolo 


Gastropoda 


Gomot 




Schnetter 




Pirrone 




Griffond 


Mollusca 


Biggelaar 




Rinaldi 


Hydrozoa 


Stagni 


Teleostei 


Kotomin 


Insecta 


Mischke 


Insecta 


Camenzind 




Kostomarova 




Schafer 




Dennhofer 




Neyfakh 


Polychaeta 


Durante 




Nothiger 




Skoblina 




Puccia 




Went 


effect on cell culture 


salivary gland 




Mammalia 


Buehr 


Aves 


McKenzie 


Insecta 


Eeken 






effect on early stages 




Helmsing 


SEX DIFFERENTIATION 


Aves 


McKenzie 


synthesis 




see Sexual development 


egg Ascidiacea 


Farinella 


Aves 


Desveaux 






Insecta 


Wyl 


Insecta 


Buning 


SEX HORMONES 


embryo 




tissue Amphibia 


Moilliet 


see Hormones 




Ascidiacea 


Puccia 




Ryffel 






Aves 


WyUe 




Weber 


SEX-RATIO 




endocrinology 




transfer Mammaha Eliasson 


see Sexual development 


Amphibia 


Moilliet 


translation 










Ryffel 


Insecta 


Sekeris 


SEX-REVERSAL 




Weber 






sec Sexual development 


eye 




RIBOSOMES 








Chondrostei 


Baburina 


see Subcellular ( 


components 


SEXUAL DEVELOPMENT 




Mitashov 






see also specific 


sex organs; 




Stroeva 


SACCUS VASCULOSUS 


Reproductive system; 


imaginal disc 








Sex determination 


Insecta 


Tarroux 


SALIVARY GLAND 






informational 




see Gland(s) 




Aves 


Cuminge 


Amphibia 


Ford 








Dubois 


Uver 




SCALE(S) 




Lamellibr 


Lucas 


Mammalia 


Mutolo 


see also Skin 




Oligochaeta 


Saussey 


messenger 








biochemistry 




Amphibia 


Moilliet 
Ryffel 


Insecta 


Mauchamp 


Crustacea 


Charniaux 
Croisille 




Weber 


SELF- RECOGNITION 




Junera 


Aves 


Burns 








Mcusy 




Clayton 


SEMEN 




Mammalia 


Straaten 




Desveaux 


see Reproduction (sexual) 


cryptorchidism 






Thomson 






Mammalia 


Straaten 




Truman 


SENSE ORGANS 


descriptive study 




Williamson 


see also specific 


organs; 


Crustacea 


Payen 


Homo 


Jones 


Placodes 




differentiation 




Insecta 


Jones 






Teleostei 


Lissia 




Sekeris 


development 




endocrinology 






Weideli 


Aves 


Genis 


Amphibia 


Zaccanti 


Mammalia 


Jones 


epith.-mcsench. 


interact. 


Aves 


Lutz 


mitochondrial 




Aves 


Saxod 


Crustacea 


Juchault 


Echinoidea 


Mutolo 


larval 






Legrand 




Rinaldi 


Annelida 


Apelt 




Martin 


Mammalia 


Mutolo 


Coelomata 


Apelt 




Payen 


nuclear 




photoreceptor 






Touir 


Amphibia 


Angclier 


Vcrtcbrata 


Oksche 


Insecta 


Richard 


oocyte 




physiology 




Mammalia 


Swanson 


Amphibia 


Moilliet 


Aves 


Genis 


Oligochaeta 


Lattaud 




Ryffel 


relation to nervous system 


Teleostei 


Ashby 




Weber 


Amphibia 


Brandle 


free martin 




Aves 


Wylie 


sensilb 




Aves 


Lutz 






Insecta 


Larink 


Mammalia 


Colcnbrander 



176 



genetics 




SKELETON 




SOMATIC RECOMBINATION 


Crustacea 


Carre 


see also specific 


parts; 


see Cell heredity 






Legrand 


Bone(s); Cartilage 






hermaphroditism 






SOMITE(S) 




Crustacea 


Fried 


Aves 


Bellairs 








Juchault 




Chevallier 


Amphibia 


Brustis 




Legrand 


Homo 


Mazhuga 




Burgess 


Hy.drozoa 


Vannini 


Mammalia 


Bellairs 




Ivanov 


Polychaeta 


Vannini 




Bugrilova 


Aves 


Christ 


Turbellaria 


Vannini 




Konyukhov 




Curtis 


histology 






MaUnina 




Fazekas 


Mammaha 


Straaten 




Mazhuga 




Gallera 


hybrids 






Paschin 




Ivanov 


Aves 


Deray 




Pratt 




Jacob 




Gomot 




Rajtova 




Lanot 


in vitro 






Sterba 




Menkes 


Mammaha 


Byskov 




Truslove 




Sandor 


inducing factors 


Reptilia 


Bellairs 


Vertebrata 


Ha user 


Aves 


Salzgeber 










intersexuaUty 




SKIN 




SPERMATOGENESIS 


Crustacea 


Carre 


see also Epidermis; Integu- 


see also Gametes 




Fried 


ment; Pigment(ation); 








Ginsburger 


Wound healing 


Arachnida 


Pijnacker 




Juchault 






Insecta 


Byczkowska 


monogeny 




Amphibia 


Hanke 




Pijnacker 


Crustacea 


Juchault 




Schultheiss 


Mammalia 


Merkle 


sex differentiation 


Aves 


Carinci 


Teleostei 


Zaitzev 


Amphibia 


Cambar 




Desveaux 


Turbellaria 


Farnesi 




Collenot 




Mariani 




Vagnetti 




Di Grande 




Mauger 


anomalies 






Zaccanti 




Reyss 


Homo 


Posinovec 


Aves 


Gasc 




Rinaudo 


biochemistry 






Limborgh 




Saxod 


Echinoidea 


De Matthaeis 




Lutz 




Sengel 




Nicotra 


Cephalopoda Di Grande 




Smith 


Insecta 


Knust 




Grasso 


Homo 


Breathnach 




Mischke 


Chondrostei 


Persov 


Mammalia 


France 


comparative study 




Zubova 




Hanke 


Ascidiacea 


Colombera 


Hydrozoa 


Stagni 




Makinen 


cytochemistry 




Insecta 


Cavallin 




Raekallio 


Hydrozoa 


Stagni 


Lamellibr. 


Sabelli 


Teleostei 


Bereiter 


diploids 




Mammalia 


Byskov 






Insecta 


Woyke 




McLaren 


SKULL (& visceral skeleton) 


effect of various 


factors 




Swanson 


see also Chondrocranium 


Homo 


Harrison 


Polychaeta 


Hauenschild 






Mammalia 


Harrison 




Pfanncnstiel 


Amniota 


Slaby 


endocrinology 




Teleostei 


Ashby 


Aves 


Diethclm 


Ascidiacea 


Georges 




Persov 




Limborgh 


environmental factors 


sex dimorphism 






Nijweide 


Teleostei 


Zaitzev 


Cladocera 


Gaino 




Robadey 


meiosis 




sex reversal 






Schowing 


Homo 


Polani 


Amphibia 


Stagni 




Tonneyck 


Insecta 


Camenzind 




Vannini 


Homo 


lannello 


Mammalia 


Polani 


Crustacea 


Carre 




Lavelle 


microcinematography 


sexual characteristics 




Luke 


Insecta 


Camenzind 


Crustacea 


Charniaux 




Slaby 


ultrastructure 






Croisille 


Mammalia 


Huber 


Ascidiacea 


Villa 




Junera 




Kvinnsland 


Hydrozoa 


Stagni 




Meusy 




Lavelle 


Oligochaeta 


Bondi 


thelygeny 






Lendon 




Farnesi 


Crustacea 


Carre 




Markens 












Nijweide 


SPERMATOZOA 


SHELL 






Oudhof 


see also Gametes 


see Egg(s); Intej 


ument 




Polezhaev 












Rajtova 


Ascidiacea 


Villa 


SHELL GLAND 




Tonge 


enzymes 




see Integument; 


Oviduct 


SLIME MOLDS 




Mammalia 


Dott 
Mann 


SHOULDER GIRDLE 


see Plant embryology & 


metabohsm 




see Skeleton 




morphogene 


sis 


Mammaha 
pathology 


Dott 






SOMATIC MUTATIONS 


Mammaha 


Birch 






see Genetics 






Blom 



177 



preservation 
Amphibia 
Mammalia 

storage organs 
Mammalia 

transport 
Mammalia 

ultrastructure 
Amphibia 
Chondrostei 
Mammalia 



viability 

Mammalia 



Rostand 
UUmann 

Dott 

Adams 
MacMillan 

Campanella 

Ginsburg 

Birch 

Blom 

Wabik 

Adams 
Cohen 



SPERMIOGENESIS 

see Spermatogenesis 



SPINAL CORD 




Amphibia 


Kort 




Thors 




Trevisan 


Aves 


Ambrosi 




Camosso 




Mauger 




Mitolo 


Homo 


Barson 


Teleostei 


Marini 



SPLEEN 

Aves Dieterlen 

Mammalia Kharlova 

STATIC ORGAN 

Amphibia Briegleb 
Neubert 
Cephalop Saccarrao 
Cyclostom Hagelin 
Mammalia Marty 

STERILITY 

see Fertility ( & sterihty). 

STEROIDS 

see also Cortisone; Hormone(s) 

androgen 

Homo Sulcova 

Mammalia Kratochwil 
contraceptives 

Homo Niikawa 

early stages 

Mammalia Antila 
ecdysone 

Crustacea Blanchet 
Insecta BuUicre 

Eeken 
Holden 
Koolman 
Mandaron 
Schcller 
Vijvcrbcrg 
effect on conceptus 

Homo Gcnnser 

effect on egg & ovulation 

Teleostei Colombo 
effect on gall bladder 
Mammalia France 



effect on gonads 

Homo Ludwig 

Mammalia Ludwig 
Peters 
effect on mammary gland 

Mammaha Kratochwil 
effect on molting 

Crustacea Blanchet 
effect on mouth 

Mammalia Luke 
effect on osteogenesis 

Aves Scopelliti 

effect on protein synthesis 
Amphibia Knowland 
effect on regeneration 
Insecta Bulliere 

Mammalia Joseph 
effect on sexual development 

Amphibia Zaccanti 
effect on sex different 
Amphibia Stagni 

Vannini 
Mammalia Swanson 

Zaayer 
Teleostei Ashby 
egg Amphibia Antila 
embryo 

Amphibia Antila 
Mammalia Okker 
enzymes 

Amphibia Dupuis 
estrogen 

Aves Gabriel 

Homo Gebhardt 

Mammalia Colombo 
Gabriel 
gonadal 

Aves Scheib 

Mammalia Brinkmann 
Hay 
larva 

Amphibia Antila 
metabolism 

Amphibia Antila 
Mammalia Antila 
metabolism & binding 

Homo Sulcova 

placental 

Mammalia Okker 
Zaayer 
synthesis 

Aves Haffen 

Mammalia Lombard 
synthesis in vitro 

Aves Scheib 

teratogenesis 

Aves Gabriel 

Mammalia Gabriel 
testosterone in brain 

Mammalia Auroux 
transplacental carcinogenesis 
Mammalia Elger 

STOMACH 

Aves Chanturishvili 

Kalatosishvili 

Mammalia David 
Kralj 
Morris 
Rode 
Timashkevich 



SUBCELLULAR 
COMPONENTS 

biophysics 

Hydrozoa Miiller 
development 

Insecta Priester 

effect on gene transcription 
Amphibia Geuskens 
Gastropoda Geuskens 
embryo & larva 

Insecta Jurand 

enzymes Insecta Duspiva 
eye lens 

Aves Clayton 

Odeigah 
Perry 
Pritchard 
Mammalia Clayton 
Odeigah 
Perry 
Pritchard 
Golgi complex 

Insecta Giorgi 

Polychaeta Dhainaut 
immunology 

Aves Blanchet 

lysosomes 

Amphibia Decroly 
membrane 

Amphibia Bluemink 
Brachct 
Laat 
Saag 
Ascidiacea O'Dell 
Aves Blanchet 

Qayton 
Odeigah 
Perry 
Pritchard 
Echinoderm Guerrier 
Echinoidea O'Dell 

Vittorelli 
Hydrozoa Miiller 
Mammalia Bertini 
Clayton 
Comoglio 
Kaluza 
Odeigah 
Perry 
Prat 

Pritchard 
Tarone 
Virtanen 
Wartiovaara 
Polychaeta Guerrier 
microfilament 

Amphibia Perry 
Selman 
mitochondria 

Amphibia Billett 

Lovtrup 
Echinoidea Nicotra 

VittoreUi 
Teleostei Billett 
mitochondrial extract 

Insecta Sin 

myofibril 

Aves Eppenberger 

Heizmann 
Insecta Bcinbrech 

Mammalia Cullen 

Heizmann 



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myofilament 




TEMPERATURE 


chemical Amphibia Gulluni 


Mammalia 


Cullen 


see also Environmental factors 




Santoro 


oocyte 








Aves 


Landauer 


Insecta 


Giorgi 


Amphibia 


Briegleb 




Ojeda 


physico-chemistry 




Rostand 




Palen 


Amphibia 


Bluemink 


Arachnida 


Ksiazek 




Salzgeber 


■* 


Laat 


Aves 


Fischer 


Echinoidea 


Lonning 




Saag 




Preda 




Hagstrom 




Scope lliti 


Chondrostei 


Sytina 


Insecta 


Duke 




Senatori 


Crustacea 


Ginsburger 


Mammaha 


Beck 


Aves 


Ferrini 




Juberthie 




Damjanov 




Manelli 




Lescher 




Druga 




ScopeUiti 


Insecta 


Juberthie 




Horvath 




Senatori 




Lauge 




James 


ribosomal body 






Papillon 




Keith 


Lacertilia 


Taddei 


Mammalia 


Keith 




Kocher 


ribosome 






New 




Madjerek 


Amphibia 


ScopeUiti 


Nematoda 


Brun 




Roux 




Senatori 


Teleostei 


Braum 




Solter 


Aves 


Ferrini 




Morgan 


Teleostei 


Lonning 




Manelli 




Zaitzev 




Hagstrom 




ScopeUiti 






chromosomal a1 


berrations 




Senatori 






Mammalia 


Niemierko 


Mammalia 


Hach 


TERATOGENESIS 


chromosomes 






Virtanen 


(experimental) 


Mammalia 


Horvath 




Wartiovaara 


see also specific 


teratogenic 


culture in vitro 








agents; Anomalies (early 


Mammalia 


Morriss 


SUBCOMMISSURAL ORGAN 


development); Drugs; 


dimethylsulfoxi 


de 


see Brain 




Malformations; Pathology; 


Aves 


Landauer 






Thalidomide 


■; specific agents 


drugs 




SUCKER 




specific orga 


ns 


Aves 


Jurand 


see Gland(s) 








Mammalia 


Domac 






Arachnida 


Ksiazek 




Druga 


SUGARS 




Aves 


Fazekas 




Jurand 


see Carbohydrate(s) 




Horvath 




Mercier 








Peterka 




Saxen 


SULPHYDRYL GROUPS 




Rados 




Schloot 






Homo 


Cioppettini 


dupUcitas 




SWIM BLADDER 




Hagstrom 


Insecta 


Krause 


see Lungs 




Mammalia 


Checiu 


dysraphia 










Csaba 


Aves 


Barson 


SYMBIOSIS 






Hagstrom 


early development 


see also Mycetome 




Horvath 


Amphibia 


Burgess 








Kleinebrccht 


Mammalia 


Morriss 


Coleoptera 


Ressouches 




Peterka 


effect of culture in vitro 








Rados 


Homo 


Barnes 


SYMMETRY (& 


: asymmetry) 




Seller 


Mammalia 


Barnes 


see also Gradient(s) 




Woollam 


effect of diabetes 






action mechanism 


Mammalia 


Deuchar 


Amphibia 


Hengst 


Aves 


Landauer 


effect of histidinaemia 


Ascidiacea 


Sabbadin 


amino acids 




Mammalia 


Campbell 


Aves 


Qavert 


Mammalia 


Choroszewska 


effect of weightlessness 




Lepori 


antimetabolites 




Insecta 


Bnegleb 




Lutz 


Insecta 


Scharloo 




Neubert 




Pautou 


Mammalia 


Mercier 


environmental factors 


Gastropoda 


Meshcheryakov 




Tuchmann 


Aves 


Menkes 




Verdonk 


biochemistry 




Echinoidea 


Lonning 


Insecta 


Vreezen 


Aves 


Ojeda 




Hagstrom 






Mammalia 


Svejcar 


Mammalia 


Keith 


SYNAPSE 




blood serum 




Teleostei 


Lonning 


see Nervous system 


Aves 


Jehnek 




Hagstrom 






by external medium 


exencephalus 




TAIL 




Amphibia 


Rostand 


Mammalia 


Lendon 


see also Regeneration 


carbohydrates 




experimental 




(traumatic) 




Vertebrata 


Clavert 


Mammalia 


Amels 






cardiovascular system 




San dor 


Amphibia 


Brustis 


Homo 


Klein 


eye 






Fox 






Mammalia 

face Mammalia 
head Aves 

Mammalia 


Akhabadze 

Stroeva 

Lendon 

Diethelm 

Schowing 

Schowing 



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heart 




supernumerary limb 


gubernaculum 


Aves 


Laane 


Crustacea 


Noulin 


Homo Backhouse 




Los 


temperature 




Mammalia Backhouse 




Roest 


Aves 


Fischer 


histochemistry 


Mammalia 


Laane 


Mammalia 


New 


Mammalia Wensing 




Los 


teratogens 




hybrid 




Roest 


Mammalia 


Amels 


Aves Go mot 


histochemistry 






Sandor 


Marchand 


Aves 


Meiniel 


toxins Aves 


Schowing 


Leydig cells 


histories 




Mammalia 


Schowing 


MammaUa Kraus 


Aves 


Jelinek 


Triton WR 1339 


[ 


Lombard 


Mammalia 


Jelinek 


Mammalia 


Roussel 


morphogenesis 


hormones 




trypan blue 




Aves Kankava 


Aves 


Gabriel 


Aves 


Lanot 


Mammalia Jantosovicova 


MammaUa 


Gabriel 


Mammalia 


Lendon 


pathology 


in vitro 




ultrastructure 




Homo Posinovec 


Mammalia 
irradiation 


Saxen 


Aves 


Meiniel 
Ojeda 


Mammalia Blom 
pattern formation 


Aves 


Dryden 


Mammalia 


Damjanov 


Homo Posinovec 


kidney Mammalia Garcia 




Solter 


physiology 


lathyrism 




vascular system 




Aves Gomot 


Amphibia 


Gerzeli 


Aves 


Krediet 


Marchand 


limb 




Homo 


Krediet 


Sertoli cells 


Amphibia 


Lauthier 


Mammalia 


Krediet 


Mammalia Merkle 


Aves 


Salzgeber 


venom 






Mammalia 


Kocher 
Shoro 


Mammalia 


Clavert 
Gabriel 


THALIDOMIDE 


methods Mamm 


alia Peters 


veratrum 




Aves Salzgeber 


micromelia 




Amphibia 


Gulluni 


Mammaha Keith 


Mammalia 


Druga 




Santoro 




mucopolysaccharides 


vitamin 




THEORETICAL BIOLOGY 


Mammalia 


Garcia 


Mammalia 


Geelen 


(developmental) 


necrosis 






Lendon 






Menkes 




Peters 


chemical turnover 


nervous system 






Steele 


Aves Dubois 


Aves 


Alexandru 






computer analysis 




Checiu 


TERATOLOGY 




Bezem 


Mammalia 


Wender 


see Anomalies (early develop- 


Ede 




WooUam 


ment); Malformations 


Raven 


neural tube 








Wilby 




Peters 


TERATOMA(S) 




computer model Lindenmayer 


neuromuscular blocking agent 






Ransom 


Mammalia 


Shoro 


Aves 


Salaun 


Wilde 


nucleotides 




Homo 


Gaillard 


Aves Mitolo 


Mammalia 


Svejcar 


Mammalia 


Adamson 


differentiation 


pesticides 






Braithwaite 


Homo Blechschmidt 


Aves 


Bruel 




Damjanov 


dissipation function 




David 




Evans 


Amphibia Zotin 




Didier 




Gaillard 


Saccharomyc Zotin 




Henou 




Graham 


growth Amphibia Zotin 




Lutz 




Salaun 


Aves Mitolo 




Meiniel 




Serman 


Crustacea Mocquard 


Mammalia 


Mankowska 




Skreb 


Saccharomyc Zotin 


placental circulation 




Sobis 


limb 


Homo 


Lemtis 




Solter 


Aves Mitolo 


potatoes 








other models Frijters 


Mammalia 


Keith 


TESTIS 




Lindenmayer 


preimplantatior 


1 






Acrasiales Nanjundiah 


Mammalia 


Llbling 


Insectivora 


Abro 


Amphibia Nanjundiah 


relation with fetoprotein 


culture in vitro 




phenomenology 




Peters 


Mammalia 


Wensing 


Amphibia Zotin 


RNAse 




descent 




Saccharomyc Zotin 


Aves 


Lanot 


Homo 


Backhouse 


regeneration 


role of neural ci 


rest 


Mammalia 


Backhouse 


Amphibia Faber 


Aves 


Keith 




Wensing 




Mammalia 


Keith 


endocrinology 




THORACIC CAVITY 


sensitivity 




Aves 


Weniger 


see Body cavities 


Insccta 


Duke 


Mammalia 


Brinkmann 




spina bifida 






Lombard 




Aves 


Dryden 


enzyme 






Mammalia 


London 


Homo 


Pirkic 




sulfamides 






Rode 




Mammalia 


Mercier 
Tuchmann 









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THYMUS 




TOOTH (TEETH) 


TRANSFER (blastocyst, 
etc ) 


Amphibia 


Balls 


ameloblast 




^\.\^. f 






Clothier 


Mammalia 


Moe 


Homo 


Rowson 




Horton 


autoradiography 




Mammalia 


Adams 




Manning 


Mammalia 


Beynon 




Barnes 


Aves 


Le Douarin 


biochemistry 






Checiu 


Mammalia 


Abrunhosa 


Mammalia 


Linde 




Eckstein 




Himelstein 


calcification 






Gulamhusein 




Hinrichsen 


Mammalia 


Linde 




Jirsova 




Kharlova 


comparative study 




Mercier 

Polge 

Roussel 




Tondury 


Vertebrata 
culture in vitro 


Berkovitz 




THYREOSTATIC AGENTS 


Amphibia 


Capuron 




Rowson 


see Thyroid gland 




Spinelli 




Zeilmaker 


THYROID GLAND 
see also Thyroxine 


development 
Amphibia 
Elasmobr 


Chibon 
Risnes 


TRANSPLANTATION 

see also Immunology, Nucleus 


Amphibia 


Pehlemann 


Mammalia 


Kindahl 
Risnes 


autoplastic 
Mammalia 


Kvinnsland 




Regard 




Tonge 


biochemistry 




Aves 


Corujo 


enamel 




Mammalia 


Robert 




Le Douarin 


Mammalia 


Beynon 


cartilage 
Mammalia 




Mammalia 


Mitskevich 




Josephsen 


Kvinnsland 


THYROXINE 




epith.-mesench. 


Thylstrup 
interact. 


early embryo 
Damjanov 








Mammalia 


Karcher 




Skreb 


Amphibia 


Hartwig 




Ruch 




Solter 




Moilliet 


eruption 




effect of host 




MammaHa 


Ryffel 
Weber 
Mitskevich 


Mammalia 
function 
Mammalia 


Tonge 
Josephsen 


Amphibia 
enzymes 
Mammalia 


Lazard 
Makinen 






growth Homo 


Luke 




Rni'V.--il1iri 


TISSUE(S) 




histochemistry 




gonad Amphibia Lazard 






Mammalia 


Beynon 


head Amphibia 


Brandle 


chalones 
Amphibia 


Brugal 


histology 
Mammaha 


Josephsen 


heteroplastic 
Amphibia 


Lazard 


culture in vitro 


Heaysman 


in teratoma 




Mammalia 


Wrba 


Amphibia 


Wahli 


Mammalia 


Gaillard 


homoplastic 






Weber 


incisor 




Aves 


Chevallier 


Aves 


Abercrombie 
Deleanu 


Mammalia 
induction 


Josephsen 


hypophysis 
Teleostei 


Olivereau 




Dunn 


Amphibia 


Capuron 


immunity 




Homo 


Dutton 
Dyer 

Prelipceanu 
Adinolfi 


involution 

Mammaha 
morphology 

Mammaha 


Kindahl 
Josephsen 


Reptilia 
immunology 
Amphibia 


Korkia 

Horton 
Newth 


Insecta 
Mammalia 

dynamics 


Dutton 

Dubendorfer 

Abercrombie 

Dunn 

Dutton 


periodont 

Mammalia 
physiology 

Mammalia 
proUferation 

Mammalia 


Beynon 

Tonge 
Karcher 


interspecific 

Aves 
larval tissues 

Amphibia 
Umb Amphibia 


Le Douarin 

Zafiratos 

Brandle 

Lazard 


Aves 


Pexieder 




Ruch 


liver 

Mammalia 


effect of cytoc 


halasin 


root 




Seller 


Amphibia 


Selman 


Mammalia 


Beynon 


lympho-myeloid cells 


endocrinology 




structure 




Mammalia 


Thomas 


Aves Dyer 
enzymes Aves Dutton 


Homo 
Mammalia 


Lavelle 
Lavelle 


method Aves 
Mammalia 


Passaponti 
Passaponti 


Homo " 


uutton 


tissue interactions 


pineal organ 
Aves 




MammaUa 


Dutton 


Mammalia 


Saxen 


Marraro 


interactions 




ultrastructure 




recognition Mammalia Robert 


Aves 


Gumpel 


Amphibia 


Spinelli 


skin 




larval 




Mammalia 


Thylstrup 


Mammalia 


Makinen 


Amphibia 


Wahli 








Raekntlin 




Weber 


TRACE ELEMENTS 


tissue Amphibia Deparis 


stability 

Hydrozoa 
ultrastructure 


Schmid 


see Chemical elements 
TRACHEAL SYSTEM 


xcnoplastic 
Amphibia 
Aves 


Farinella 
Chevallier 


Amphibia 


Fox 










TONGUE 
see Mouth 








TROPHOBLAST 

see Blastocyst 



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TUMOUR(S) 

see also Carcinogenetic agents; 
Teratoma(s) 



ULTRAVIOLET IRRADIATION 

Amphibia Farina 
Gastropoda Jura 



nucleo-cytoplasmic relationships 
Algae Schweiger 

oral apparatus 

Ciliata Kaczanowski 



Amphibia Balls 


Hydrozoa Lui 


organelle formation 


Insecta Gateff 


Znidaric 


CiUata Jurand 


Mammalia Llbling 


MoUusca Labordus 


pattern 


Paul 




Ciliata Kaczanowska 


biochemistry 


UMBILICAL CORD 


Kaczanowski 


Homo Beaupain 


see also Vascular system 


polarity, gradient, symmetry 


carcinogenesis in vitro 




Ciliata Kaczanowski 


Mammalia Duke 


UNICELLULAR ORGANISMS 


regeneration 


comparative study 




Ciliata Kaczanowska 


Mammalia Gaillard 


biochemistry 


sexual processes 


culture in vitro 


Chlorophyc Schweiger 


CiUata Radzikowski 


Aves Smith 


CiUata Radzikowski 


sporulation Bacteria Seddon 


Homo Beaupain 


Desmidiaceae Kallio 


transformation 


Croisille 


Lehtonen 


Rhizopoda O'DeU 


Wolff 


Euglenophyc Freyssinet 


Preston 


differentiation 


Nigon 


ultrastructure 


Homo Rousseau 


Salvador 


Chlorophyc Schweiger 


embryo transfer 


Verdier 




Mammaha Barnes 


Rhizopoda Jantzen 


URETER 


embryonic 


O'Dell 


see Urogenitial system 


Homo Gaillard 


Preston 




embryonic carcinoma 


cell cycle 


URINARY BLADDER 


MammaUa Damjanov 


CiUata Radzikowski 


see Urogenital system 


Skreb 


cell surface 




Solter 


Ciliata Kaczanowska 


URINARY SYSTEM 


epith.-mesench. interact. 


chloroplast 


see Excretory system 


Vertebrata Tarin 


Algae Schweiger 




fetal enzymes 


Euglenophyc Freyssinet 


UROGENITAL SYSTEM 


Mammalia Raftell 


Nicolas 


see also Excretory system; 


genetics Insecta Gateff 


Nigon 


Genital tract; 


histology Vertebrata Tarin 


Salvador 


Reproductive system 


immunology Aves Ruoslahti 


Verdier 




Vaheri 


chromosome 


Ruano 


Wartiovaara 


Ciliata Radzikowski 


Amphibia Cambar 


Homo Viza 


cilia 


Lepori 


Mammalia Viza 


Ciliata Kaczanowski 


Aves Lepori 


induction Mammalia Wrba 


colony formation 


Mammalia France 


interact, with embryonic cells 


Chlorophyc Steenbergen 


Gabriel 


Mammalia Salaun 


culture in vitro 


Madjerek 


irradiation Homo Beaupain 


Chlorophyc Steenbergen 


Pleeging 


pigment Amphibia Hach 


cytokinesis 


Stanier 


Homo Hach 


Ciliata Kaczanowska 


Teleostei Ramsay 


Mammalia Hach 


encystment 




sarcoma Aves Beug 


Rhizopoda Jantzen 


UTERINE TUBE 


susceptibility & resistance 


environmental factors 


see Oviduct 


Mammalia Barnes 


Ciliata Kaczanowska 




ultrastructure 


Kaczanowski 


UTERUS 


Vertebrata Tarin 


experimental study 




virus-induced 


CiUata Kaczanowska 


Homo Hoyes 


Mammalia Sobis 


genetics 


Mammalia Bentyn 


yolk sac Mammalia Gaillard 


Ciliata Kaczanowska 


Bontekoe 


Sobis 


Kaczanowski 


Eckstein 




Euglenophyc Nicolas 


Gulamhusein 


TWINS (& other multiple 


Nigon 


Kirchner 


births) 


Protozoa Csaba 


Madjerek 




irradiation 


Naaktgeboren 


Homo Klein 


Desmidiaceae Kallio 




Thiery 


Lehtonen 


VAGINA 




metabolism 


see Genital tract 


ULTIMOBRANCHIAL BODY 


Bacteria Seddon 
mitosis 




Aves Thcsingh 


Ciilorophyc Steenbergen 




Mammalia Romert 


Ciliata Schwartz 
morphogenesis 




ULTRASOUND 


Chlorophyc Schweiger 




see also Lnvironmcntal factors 


Ciliata Kaczanowska 
Kaczanowski 




Aves Dyson 


Desmidiaceae Kallio 




Lutz 


Lehtonen 




Mammalia Dyson 







82 



VASCULAR SYSTEM VISCERA 

see also Circulation; Heart (& 

great vessels); specific Mammalia 

organs, etc. 



Babayeva 
Sidorova 



X-IRRADIATION 

see also Irradiation; Radio- 
mimetic agents 









Amphibia 


Alexandre 


Aves 


Gotzos 


VISCERAL SKELETON 




Di Grande 




Krediet 


see Skull (& visceral skeleton) 




Jaylet 




Pexieder 






Peters 


Homo 


Klein 
Kocova 


VITAL STAINING 




Polezhaev 
Reyss 




Krediet 


VITAMIN(S) 


Arachnida 


Tempelaar 




Mazhuga 




Asteroidea 


Huet 


Mammalia 


Becchetti 


Mammalia Geelen 


Aves 


Beaupain 




Bugge 


Lendon 




Dry den 




Knudsen 


Peters 




Fischer 




Krediet 


Steele 




Reyss 




Kuhn 




Homo 


Beaupain 




Makinen 


VITELLINE MEMBRANE 


Insecta 


Bluzat 




Mazhuga 


see Egg(s) 




Vijverberg 




Pexieder 




Mammalia 


Alexandre 




RaekaUio 


VITELLOGENESIS 
see Oogenesis 




Baker 
Beaumont 


VASCULARIZATION 






Berry 


see specific organs, etc. 


VIVIPARITY 




Lierse 






see Reproduction 




Martinovitch 


VEGETATIVE GRADIENT 






Pavic 


see Gradients 




WATER 




Zivkovic 


see also Embryology (exper.); 




Turbellaria 


Bautz 


Embryology (physiological) 


Echinoidea Bereiter 










Insecta Chauvin 


YOLK 




VEGETATIVE NERVOUS 


Petavy 


see also Egg; Nutrition; 


SYSTEM 






Oogenesis 




see Autonomic 


nervous system 


WING(S) 










Aves Amprino 


Amphibia 


Decroly 


VERTEBRAE (vertebral 


Camosso 




Grodzinski 


column) 




Insecta Bart 

Browaeys 




Hanocq 
Ignatjeva 


Aves 


Chevallier 
Christ 


Vreezen 


Aves 


Bruce 
Carinci 




Jacob 


WOLFFIAN DUCT 




Emanuelsson 




Lanot 


see Urogenital system 




Evangelisti 




Strudel 






Gerlinger 


Mammalia 


Theiler 


WOUND HEALING 




Goshcheteliani 


Vertebrata 


Hauser 




Cephalop. 


Fioroni 






Hirn 


Gastropoda 


Bolognari 


VIRUS(ES) 




Insecta Bohn 
Mammalia Andersen 




Fioroni 
Wal 


Aves 


Beug 


Efimov 


Insecta 


Petavy 




Weiss 


Fejerskov 


Polychaeta 


Emanuelsson 


Homo 


Kistler 


Le Moigne 


Teleostei 


Engels 




Tondury 


Makinen 




Fioroni 


Mammalia 


Grcenham 


RaekalUo 




Ignatjeva 



Kilarski 

Kistler 

Lansdown 

Peacock 

Weiss 



Turbellaria 



Watts 
Pedersen 



XANTHOPHORES 
see Chromophore(s) 



YOLK SAC 

see Embryonic membranes 



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The Hubrecht Laboratory (International Embryological Institute) (for address see page 
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Individual guest workers from all countries are welcome at the Laboratory. Partial 
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Persons interested in receiving reprints of the Laboratory's publications may ask to be 
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The Laboratory offers the following international facilities: 

a) The Central Embryological Collection, containing embryonic material of man, many 
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The I.S.D.B. organizes an International Embryological Congress once every four years 
(Vlllth Congress to be held in 1977), as well as one or two regional Symposia every year. 
Members receive a Developmental Biology Newsletter. International Secretary: Dr. R. L. 
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This organization is at present being established. No details can yet be given. Prelimi- 
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of Developmental Biologists 

This list was drawn up by the Secretary-Treasurer on September 20st, 1975. Full 
addresses of most of the European members can be found in the Directory of Names and 
Addresses in this issue. Full addresses of most members from countries outside Europe 
will appear in vol. 16, pt. 2. 

* emeritus members 

The abbreviation Ms. stands for Miss or Mrs. 



Ms. U. Abbott, Davis, Calif. '64 
M. Abercrombie, Cambridge, '56 
H. B. Adelmann, Ithaca, N.Y., '48* 
R. Adler, Buenos Aires, '74 
Ch. Aimar, Paris, '75 
K. Aketa, Nagoya, '70 
J. F. Albright, Oak Ridge, Tenn., '69 
E. C. Amoroso. Cambridge, '60* 
R. M. Amprino, Bari, '60 

E. M. Anderson, Boston, Mass., '69 
G. Andres, Mainz, '57 

J. M. Arnold, Honolulu, Hawaii, '75 

H. L. Arora, Sardegna, '64 

J. M. Ashworth, Colchester, '71 

R. Auerbach, Madison, Wise. '70 

Ms. G. Augusti-Tocco, Napoli, '71 

M. Auroux, Paris, '70 

C. Baglioni, Cambridge, Mass., '69 

J. T. Bagnara, Tucson, Ariz.. '67 

Ms. S. Bailly, Paris, '75 

W. W. Ballard. Hanover, N.H., '70 

Ms. E. BaUus, Rhode-St.-Genese, '70 

F. Baltzer, Bern, '48* 

C. Barigozzi, Milano, '60 

H.J. Barr, Chicago, 111., '70 

Ms. G. Barsacchi, Pisa, '72 

A. Bart, Bourghclles, '70 

P. G. Bartels, Tucson, Ariz., '70 

R. A. Beatty, Edinburgh, '56 

F. Beck, Leicester, Engl., '66 

H. J. Becker, Munchen, '67 

J. C. Beetschen, Toulouse, '67 

I. Bekhor, Los Angeles, CaUf., '74 

E. Bell, Cambridge, Mass., '69 
Ms. M. R. Bellairs, London, '60 
M. Benazzi, Pisa, '56 

J. A. A. Benoit, Nogent-sur-Marne, '60 

Ms. S. Ben-Or, Jerusalem, '72 

H. D. Berendes, Nijmegen, '69 

W. E. Berg, Berkeley, Calif., '57 

H. Bergquist, Goteborg, '57* 

N. J. Berrill, Swarthmore, Pa., '71 

S. J. Berry, Middletovvn, Conn., '75 

T. W. Betz, Ottawa, Ontario, '74 

I. Bhargava, Ahwaz, '74 

S. Bieber, Teaneck, N.J., '70 

Ms. J. H. Bijtel, Groningen, '56* 

F. S. Billctt, Southampton, '75 
W. J. Birge, Lexington, Ky., '70 

C. W. Birky, jr., Columbus, Ohio, '71 
M. Birnstiel, Edinburgh, '69 

D. W. Bishop, Toledo, Ohio, '70 

Ms. S. M. Bishop (Calame), Davis, Cahf., '67 
R. E. Black, Williamsburg, Va., '69 

A. W. Blackler, Ithaca, N.Y., '69 

D. P. Bloch, Austin, Tex., '69 

R. F. Blount, Galveston, Tex., '60* 

H. R. Bode, Irvine, Calif., '75 

C. W. Bodemer, Seattle, Wash., '70 

E. J. Boell, New Haven, Conn., '57 

B. Boilly, Lille, '70 



J. T. Bonner, Princeton, N.J., '60 
Ms. C. Borek, New York, N.Y., '74 
E. Borghese, Napoh, '56 
J.-C. Boucaut, Paris, '75 

B. G. Boving, Detroit, Mich. '57 

J. L. A. Brachet, Rhodc-St.-Genese, '48 

S. K. Brahma, Utrecht, '66 

A. C. Braun, New York, N.Y., '70 

P. L. Brien, Bruxelles, '48* 

H. V. Br(;5ndsted, Copenhagen, '48* 

D. D. Brown, Baltimore, Md., '69 

R. Brun, Chene-Bougeries, '75 

P. J. Bryant, Irvine, Calif., '72 

Ms. S. V. Bryant, Irvine, Calif., '75 

M. M. Bryden, St. Lucia, '75 

R. K. Burns, Bridgewater, Va., '52* 

D. N. Butcher, Cambridge, '70 
J. M. Butros. Behut, '67 

R. D. Cahn, Seattle, Wash., '69 
J. M. Cairns, Springville, N.Y., '69 
R. Cambar, Talence, '57 

E. C. Cantino, E^st Lansing, Mich., '70 
A. I. Caplan, Cleveland, Ohio, '73 

D. J. Caston, Cleveland, Ohio, '74 
J. N. Gather, Ann Arbor, Mich., '75 
Ms. M. Th. Chalumeau, Bobigny, '73 

C. Y. Chang, Peking, '57 

Ms. H. Charniaux (Cotton), Paris, '64 
H. B. Chase, Providence, R.I., '60 

D. Chen, Rehovot, '72 
P. S. Chen, Zurich, '60 
G. Chieffi, Camerino, '64 
Chuang Hsiao-Hui, Shanghai, '48 
J. M. J. Clavert, Strasbourg, '57 

Ms. R. M. Clayton (Freedman), Edinburgh, '60 

A. C. Clement, Atlanta, Ga., '57 

U. Clever, Lafayette, Ind., '69 

S. Cohen, Nashville, Tenn., '64 

J. R. Coleman, Providence, R.I., '70 

A. Collenot, Paris, '69 

J. R. Collier, Brooklyn, N.Y., '69 

G. Colombo, Ferrara, '60 

A. L. Colwin, Long Island, N.Y., '56 

Ms. L. Hunter Colwin, Long Island, '60 

G. W. Conrad, Manhattan, Kan., '75 

M. A. Corner, Amsterdam, '72 

D. P. Costello, Chapel Hill, N.C., '48 

A. J. Coulombre, Bethesda, Md., '69 

M. Crippa, Geneve, '70 

Y. Croisille, Nogent-sur-Marne, '66 

P. S. Crowell, Bloomington, Ind., '60 

A. S. G. Curtis, Glasgow, '69 

G. Czihak, Salzburg, '74 

H. C. Dalton, University Park, Pa., '70 

V. D'Amelio, Palermo, '64 

Ms. F. Dameron, Paris, '70 

Ms. J. C. Dan, Tokyo, '57 

K. Dan, Tokyo, '57 

J. C. Daniel jr., Boulder, Colo., '70 

I. B. Dawid, Baltimore, Md., '69 

Ms. M. Decroly (Briers), Bruxelles, '71 



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R. L. DeHaan, Atlanta, Ga., '69 

H. A. Denis, Liege, '69 

Ms. B. De Petrocellis, Napoii. '72 

Ms. T. A. Dettlaff, Moscow, '56 

Ch. Devillers, Paris, '57 

M. De Vincentiis, Napoii, '64 

Ms. M. A. Di Berardino, Philadelphia, Pa., '66 

Ms. D. F. Dieterlen (Lievre), Paris, '68 

Ms. W. Doane, New Haven, Conn., '74 

A. Dollander, Nancy, '60 

W. J. V. Doorenmaalen, Utrecht, '60 

A. Dorfman, Chicago, 111., '72 

D. B. Drachman, Baltimore, Md., '70 

N. I. Dragomirov, Moscow, '48 

U. Drews, Ulm, '74 

M. Durchon, Lille, '69 

F. Duspiva, Heidelberg, '69 

R. M. Eakin, Berkeley, Calif., '48 
J. D. Ebert, Baltimore, Md., '56 
J. M. Echave Llanos, La Plata, '73 
M. V. Edds jr.. Providence, R. L, '60 
D. A. Ede, Glasgow, '73 
A. Egelhaaf, Koln, '70 

G. Eguchi, Kyoto, '69 
S. Elias, Timisoara, '73 

H. Emanuelsson, Lund, '72 

M. F^ngelhardt, Copenhagen, '74 

H. Englander, Koln, '60 

Ms. H. Esper Enesco, Montreal, Que., '74; 

W. Etkin, Bronx, N.Y., '70* 

H. E. Evans, Ithaca, N.Y., '72 

Ms. H. Eyal (Giladi), Jerusalem, '64 

J. Faber, Utrecht, '64 

J. F. Fallon, Madison, Wis., '70 

G. Fankhauser, Princeton, N.J., '48* 

Ms. A. Fausto-Sterling, Providence, R.I., '75 

J. C. Fautrez, Gent, '57 

M. Feldman, Rehovot, '60 

Dame H. B. Fell, Cambridge, '36* 

W. R. Ferris, Tucson, Ariz., '70 

Ms. A. A. Ficq, Bru.xelles, '60 

G. Filogamo, Torino, '60 

C. V. Finnegan, Vancouver, B. C, '70 
M. Fischberg, Geneve, '57 

A. Fischer, Koln, '75 

D. A. Fischman, Chicago, 111., '75 
R. A. Flickinger, Buffalo, N.Y., '60 

Ms. F. Martindale Foote, Carbondale, 111., '64 

G. Forti, Bari, '70 

L. Franklin, Covington, La., '70 

M. Friedlander, New Haven, Conn., '70 

T. Fujii, Tokyo, '60 

C. M. Fulton, Waltham, Mass., '70 

M. Furuya, Tokyo, '70 

P. J. Gaillard, Leiden, '60 

J. G. Gall, New Haven, Conn., '69 

J. Gallcra, Geneve, '57 

C. L. Gallien, Paris, '73 

L. Gallien, Paris, '56 

B. B. Garbcr, Chicago, 111., '74 

W. L. M. Geilcnkirchen, Utrecht, '72 

A. Giroud, Paris, '48* 

G. Giudice, Palermo, '69 

R. W. Glade, Burlington, Vt., '70 

T. W. Glenister, London, '60 

Ms. A. Globerson, Rehovot, '70 

Ms. S. Gluccksohn Waelsch, Bronx, N.Y., '60 

S. C. Goel, Poona, '75 

P. I'. Goetinck, Storrs, Conn., '70 

E. Goldwasser, Chicago, 111., '71 
R. J. Goss, Providence. R.I., '69 

C. T. Grabowski, Coral Gables, I'la., '70 
Ph. (irant, I'Ugenc, Ore., '64 

Ms. P. B. Green, Philadelphia, Pa., '70 



J. H. Gregg, Gainesville, Fla. '69 

J. R. Gregg, Durham, N.C., '57 

T. A. I. Grillo, Ibadan, '66 

C. Grobstein, La Jolla, Calif., '56 

Z. Grodzinski, Krakow, '60* 

J. Gross, Boston, Mass., '70 

P. R. Gross, Cambridge, Mass., '69 

H. Griineberg, London, '56 

J. B. Gurdon, Cambridge, Engl., '69 

T. Gustafson, Stockholm, '56 

E. Hadorn, Zurich, '48* 

Ms. K. E. Haffen (Stenger), Strasbourg, '64 

A. Haget, Talence, '60 

T. Hama, Nagoya, '60 

V. Hamburger, St. Louis, Mo., '48* 

H. L. Hamilton, Charlottesville, Va., '56 

W. J. Hamilton, Northwood, Eng., '48 

J. Hammerling, Wilhelmshaven, '60 

W. S. Hammond, Syracuse, N.Y., '60 

Ms. F. A. Hanocq, Rhode-St.-Genese, '75 

Ms. J. A. Hanocq (Quertier), Rhode-St.-Genese, 

'69 
Ms. M. Hardy- Fallding, Guelph, Ont., '73 
J. W. S. Harris, London, '68 
M. Hasek, Praha, '57 
R. E. Hausman, Chicago, 111., '75 
Ms. E. D. Hay, Boston, Mass., '64 
Y. Hayashi, Tokyo, '60 
W. G. Heim, Colorado Springs, Colo., '66 
W. A. Hemmings, Bangor, Wales, '69 
Ms. S. Hennen, Milwaukee, Wis., '70 
H. Herrmann, Storrs, Conn., '60 

0. Hess, Diisseldorf, '69 

S. R. Hilfer, Philadelphia, Pa., '71 

J. R. Hinchliffe, Aberystwyth, '75 

Ms. G. W. Hinsch, Tampa, Fla., '70 

Y. Hiramoto, Tokyo, '60 

L. Hoadley, Cambridge, Mass., '48* 

H. Holter, Copenhagen, '57* 

J. K. F. Holtfreter, Rochester, N.Y., '36* 

S. Horstadius, Uppsala, '48* 

Ms. C. Horvath, Paris, '72 

Y. Hotta, La Jolla, CaUf., '70 

Ch. HouiUon, Paris, '67 

Ms. D. Huchon, Paris, '75 

J. M. T. Hultin, Stockholm, '56 

R. R. Humphrey, Blooniington, Ind., '49* 

T. D. Humphreys, Honolulu, Hawaii, '70 

J. Ilan, Cleveland, Ohio 

J. Ishida, Tokyo, '60 

M. Ishikawa, Toba, '70 

A. G. Jacobson, Austin, Tex., '70 

D. C. O. Jacobson, Uppsala, '69 

L. F. Jaffe, Lafayette, Ind., '70 

Ms. A. G. Johnen, Koln, '64 

A. D. Jost, Paris, '56 

Ms. C. Kafiani, Moscow, '73 

A. J. B. Kiillen, Lund, '60 

P. P. KalUo, Turku, '70 

H. Kanatani, Tokyo, '71 

R. E. Kane, Honolulu, Hawaii, '72 

Y. Kanoh, Akkeshi, '60 

S. Karasaki, Montreal, Que., '69 

P. R. Karfunkcl, Amherst, Mass., '74 

1. Kawakami, Fukuoka, '57 

L. H. Kedes, Cambridge, Mass., '71 

N. E. Kemp, Ann Arbor, Mich., '57 

A. Keynan, Jerusalem, "70 

R. C. King, I'vanston, 111., '70 

V. Kiortsis, Athens, '69 

A. O. Klein, Waltham, Mass., '70 

N. W. Klein, Storrs, Conn., '70 

Ms. U. Koclicr (Becker), Heiligenberg, '66 

W. Kocher, Wurzburg, '66 



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L. D. Koehler, Mt. Pleasant, Mich., '70 

E. J. Kollar, Farmington, Conn., '70 

Y. C. Kong, Hong Kong, '75 

I. R. Konigsberg, Charlottesville, Va., '69 

K. Kratochwil, Salzburg, '69 

G. Krause, Wiirzburg, '56 

A. Krishnakumaran, Milwaukee, Wis., '70 

R. G. Kulka, Jerusalem, '71 

Ms. T. K. Kuusi, Helsinki, '56 

Ms. M. Labrousse, Paris, '73 

J. C. Lacroix, Ivry, '69 

R. A. Lallier, Villefranche-sur-Mer, '60 _ 

W. Landauer, London, '57* 

A. Lang, East Lansing, Mich., '70 

J. Langman, Charlottesville, Va., '56 

J. W. Lash, PhUadelphia, Pa., '69 

H. Laufer, Storrs, Conn., '69 

P. A. Lawrence, Cambridge, Eng., '75 

Ms. L. Lazard (Hauben), Nogent-sur-Marne, '68 

G. LcDouarin, Nantes 

N. LeDouarin, Nantes, '74 

S. Leghissa, Bologna, '60 

N. E. Lehman, Chapel Hill, N.C., '57 

J. Leighton, Philadelphia, Pa., '70 

H. M. Lenhoff, Irvine, Calif., '70 

V. Leone, Milano, '57 

Ms. R. Levi-Montalcini, St Louis, Mo., '56 

J. E. Lilien, Madison, Wis., '73 

H. F. Linskens, Nijmegen, '73 

B. H. Lipton, Madison, Wis., '74 
G. V. Lopashov, Moscow, '48 
D. S. Love, Cleveland, Ohio, '74 
S. L^vtrup, UmeS, '60 

H. Lutz, Clermont- Ferrand, '57 

D. Luzatti, Paris, '72 

D. J. McCallion, Hamilton, Ont., '64 

D. S. McDevitt, Philadelphia, Pa., '64 
K. Madhavan, Irvine, Calif., '75 

A. P. Mahowald, Bloomington, Ind., '75 
G. M. Malacinski, Bloomington, Ind., '73 

Ms. P. Malpoix (Higgins), Rhode-St-Genese, '72 

G. Mancino, Pisa, '70 

K. Maramorosch, Yonkers, N.Y., '70 

Ms. L. Marin (Lewin), Paris, '68 

C. L. Markert, New Haven, Conn. '57 
P. A. Marks, New York, N. Y., '70 

E. Marre, Milano, '69 

J. P. Mascarenhas, Albany, N.Y., '70 
Y. Masui, Toronto, Ont., '69 
S. Meier, Los Angeles, Calif., '75 

B. Menkes, Timisoara, '73 
S. Metafora, NapoU, '71 

C. B. Metz, Coral Gables, Fla., '56 
J. -J. Meusy, Paris, '70 

M. I. Michael, Alexandria, '75 

Y. Mikami, Tsu, '60 

J. Milaire, Bruxelles, '64 

R. Milkman, Iowa City, Iowa, '70 

A. Minganti, Genova, '56 

Ms. B. Mintz, Philadelphia, Pa., '57 
T. Mizuno, Tokyo, '75 

B. Moav, Tel-Aviv, '72 
A. Monroy, Napoli, '56 

Ms. F. Moog, St Louis, Mo., '56 

Ms. B. Clark Moore, Riverside, Calif., '69 

J. A. Moore, Riverside, Calif., '57 

J. Morrill, Sarasota, Fla., '73 

Ms. G. M. Morriss, Cambridge, Eng., '75 

Ms. V. B. Morriss, Sidney, '73 

A. A. Moscona, Chicago, III., '57 

H. W. Mossman, Madison, Wis., '56* 

I. Motomura, Sendai, '57* 

Ms. L. Mulherkar, Poona, '69 

J. G. Mulnard, Bruxelles, '57 



Ms. M. R. Murray, Bethesda, Md., '60 
V. Mutolo, Palermo, '70 
G. W. Nace, Ann Arbor, '60 

0. Nakamura, Osaka, '57 

E. Nakano, Nagoya, '57 

J. Needham, Cambridge, Eng., '48* 
L. Nelson, Toledo, Ohio, '70 
M. Nemer, Philadelphia, Pa., '69 
D. A. T. New, Cambridge, Eng., '69 

D. R. Newth, Glasgow, '57 
G. Nicolet, Geneve, '69 

P. D. Nieuwkoop, Utrecht, '57 
H. Nishimura, Kyoto, '69 
M. C. Niu, Philadelphia, Pa., '56 
H. Oberlander, Gainesville, Fla., '73 

1. Ohad, Jerusalem, '75 
H. Oka, Tokyo, '60* 

T. S. Okada, Kyoto, '73 

Y. K. Okada, Tokyo, '52* 

Ms. K. Okazaki, Tokyo, '60 

O. M. Olivo, Bologna, '57 

Ms. J. M. Oppenheimer, Bryn Mawr, Pa., '56 

R. O'Rahilly, Davis, Calif., '64 

Ms. M. C. Ward Orsini, Madison, Wis., '64 

Ms. E. Ortiz, Puerto Rico, '70 

F. Orts Llorca, Madrid, '56 

Ms. J. H. Overton, Chicago, 111., '60 

H. Ozaki, East Lansing, Mich., '75 

Ms. H. A. Padykula, Wellesley, Mass., '70 

S. Pai, Shanghai, '48 

J. Papaconstantinou, Oak Ridge, Tenn., '69 

E. Parisi, Napoli, '72 

P. Pasquini, Roma, '57* 
J. J. Pasteels, Bruxelles, '38 
J. Paul, Glasgow, '69 

C. Pelling, Tubingen, '69 

S. Penman, Cambridge, Mass., '69 
H. P. Perlmann, Stockholm, '60 
T. Pexieder, Lausanne, '75 

G. W. Philpott, St. Louis, Mo., '70 
J. Piatigorsky, Bethesda, Md., '70 
B. Picheral, Rennes, '75 

L. J. Pierro, Storrs, Conn., '70 
L. Piko, Sepulveda, Calif., '64 
L. V. Polezhaev, Moscow, '48 
K. R. Porter, Boulder, Colo., '64 
J. Postlethwait, Eugene, Oreg., '75 

D. F. Poulson, New Haven, Conn., '60 

Ms. N. M. Pourreau (Schneider), Le Kremlin- 

Bicetre, '68 
Ms. D. Price, Chicago, 111., '60* 
R. J. Przybylski, Cleveland, Ohio, '74 
S. Ranzi, Milano, '48 
J. Rapola, Helsinki, '69 
L. Raunich, Ferrara, '56 
Chr. P. Raven, Utrecht, '41 
Ms. M. E. Rawles, (Spurbeck), Baltimore, Md., 

'56 
A. Raynaud, Sannois, '60 
G. Reverberi, Palermo, '48* 
R. W. Reyer, Morgantown, W.Va., '56 
R. A. Rifkind, New York, N.Y., '70 
Ms. L. Rinaldi, Parma, '70 
L. Robert, Paris, '72 
G. G. Robertson, Memphis, Tenn., '66 

E. A. RoUins, Springfield, 111., '70 
S. M. Rose, BeUe Chasse, La., '56* 
J. Rostand, Ville d'Avray, '60* 

L. N. Ruben, Portland, Ore., '68 
J. V. Ruch, Strasbourg, '69 

F. H. Ruddle, New Haven, Conn., '70 
Ms. D. Rudnick, New Haven, Conn., '56 
M. N. Runner, Boulder, Colo., '60 

S. Russo-Caia, Roma, '74 



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L. Sachs, Rehovoth, '70 

T. Sachs, Jerusalem, '70 

H. Sakai, Tokyo, '69 

M. Sala, Bronx, N.Y., '60 

Ms. J. Salalin, Nogent-sur-Marne, '71 

Ms. B. Salzgeber, Nogent-sur-Marne, '64 

K. Sander, Freiburg, '66 

S. Sandor, Timisoara, '73 

T. Sato, Nagoya, '57 

H. W. Sauer, Konstanz, '70 

J. W. Saunders, Albany, N.Y., '56 

L. O. Saxen, Helsinki, '60 

E. Scarano, Napoli, '69 

Ms. D. Scheib (Pfleger), Nogent-sur-Marne, '64 

K. Scherrer, Paris, '69 

J. A. Schiff, Waltham, Mass., '70 

H. A. Schneiderman, Irvine, Calif., '64 

Ms. J. Schoeller (Raccaud), Paris, '69 

O. E. Schotte, Amherst, Mass., '56 

B. Schreiber, Parma, '56 

T. E. Schroeder, Cambridge, Mass., '70 
H. M. Schulman, La Jolla, Calif., '69 
R. L. Searls, Philadelphia, Pa., '70 
S. N. Sedra, Alexandria, '60 
S. J. Segal, New York, N.Y., '57 

F. Seidel, Marburg, '60* 

G. Ct. Selman, Edinburgh, '60 
K. Sembrat, Wroclaw, '60 
Ph. Sengel, Grenoble, '60 

Ms. M. A. Sengel (Kieny), Grenoble 

P. Sentein, Montpellier, '60 

S. Shapiro, Amherst, Mass., '70 

J. R. Shaver, East Lansing, Mich., '60 

S. C. Shen, New York, '60 

G. V. Sherbet, London, '75 

Y. Shimada, Chiba, '75 

K. Shiokawa, Fukuoka, '75 

C. A. Shivers, Knoxville, Tenn., '7 3 
S. Shostak, Pittsburgh, Pa., '70 

R. E. Sicard, Boston, Mass. '75 

J. Signoret, Caen, '67 

M. Sigot, Nogent-sur-Marne, '71 

M. Singer, Cleveland, Ohio, '69 

J. L. Sirlin, New York, N.Y., '60 

Ms. D. M. Skinner, Oak Ridge, Tenn., '70 

F. Skoog, Madison, Wis., '70 

N. Skreb, Zagreb, '60 

F. Sladecek, Praha, '60 

H. C. Slavkin, Los Angeles, Calif., '74 

L. D. Smith, Argonne, 111., '69 

D. R. Sonneborn, Madison, Wis., '73 
L. I. Soriano, Nogent-sur-Marne, '70 
R. W. Sperry, Pasadena, Calif., '64 
M. Spiegel, Hanover, N.H., '64 

A. A. Spirin, Moscow, '69 

A. Spirito, Roma, '56 

N. T. Spratt, jr., Minneapolis, Minn., '56 

A. Stefanclli, Roma, '52 

M. S. Steinberg, Princeton, N.J., '69 

Ms. F. Stephan (Dubois), Nancy, '60 

H. Stern, La Jolla, Calif., '69 

S. Stern, Boston, Mass., '73 

L. C. Stevens, Bar Habor, Me., '69 

F. E. Stockdale, Stanford, Calif., '71 

L. S. Stone, New Haven, Conn., '48* 

F. Strauss, Kehrsatz, '60 

G. Strudcl, Nogent-sur-Marne, '64 
S. Subtelny, Houston, Tex., '69 
H. Sugino, Osaka, '57 

M. Sugiyama, Nagoya, '57 

M. Sussman, Waltham, Mass., '69 

G. Szckcly, Pecs, '69 



A. E. Szulman, Pittsburgh, Pa., '73 

H. Takahashi, Hakodate, '70 

K. Takata, Nagoya, '60 

H. Takaya, Kobe, '57 

I. Takeuchi, Kyoto, '75 

P. Tardent, Zurich, '69 

D. Tarin, Leeds, '73 

A. K. Tarkowski, Warszawa, '60 

A. C. Taylor, Houston, Tex., '57 

J. D. Taylor, Detroit, Mich., '73 

Ms. R. Tencer. Rhode-St-Genese, '70 

H. Terayama, Tokyo, '75 

Ch. Thomas, Bruxelles, '75 

H. Tiedemann, Berlin, '60 

J. M. Toerien, Bloemfontein, '73 

C. A. du Toit, Stellenbosch, '60* 
S. I. Toivonen, Helsinki, '48 

G. Tondury, Zurich, '48* 

H. A. L. Trampusch, Amsterdam, '56* 

R. L. Trelstad, Boston, Mass., '70 

J. P. Trinkaus, New Haven, Conn., '60 

D. E{. S. Truman, Edinburgh, '71 
H. Tuchmann-Duplessis, Paris, '56 
P. H. Tuft, Edinburgh, '64 

T. C. Tung, Peking, '48 

K. S. Tweedell, Notre Dame. '70 

Ms. S. L. UUmann, Glasgow, '70 

E. Urbani, Roma, '56 

H. Ursprung, Ziirich, '69 
L. C. A. Vakaet, Antwerpen, '60 
G. Vandebroek, Louvain, '57 
Ms. P. Van Gansen (Rasmont), Rhode-St- 
Genese, '70 
N. H. Verdonk, Utrecht 
W. S. Vincent, Pittsburgh, Pa., '60 

E. P. Volpe, New Orleans, La., '70 
O. E. Vyazov, Moscow, '60 

C. H. Waddington, Edinburgh, '48 
R. A. Wallace, Oak Ridge, Tenn., '69 
J. J. Wartiovaara, Helsinki, '70 

A. J. Waterman, Bethesda, Md., '56* 
R. L. Watterson, Urbana, 111., '56 

R. Weber. Bern, '60 

P. A. Weiss, New York, N.Y., '48* 

L. J. Wells, Minneapolis, Minn., '60* 

B. S. Wenger, Saskatoon, Sask., '70 
N. K. Wessells, Stanford, Calif., '69 
J. A. Weston, Eugene, Ore., '70 

A. H. Whitcley, Seattle. Wash., '57 

J. R. Whittaker, Philadelphia, Pa., '70 

Sir V. B. Wigglesworth, Cambridge, Eng., '57* 

C. E. Wilde, jr., Philadelphia, Pa., '57 
R. Williamson, Glasgow, '72 

F. H. Wilt, Berkeley, Calif.. '69 
W. A. Wimsatt, Ithaca, N.Y., '56 

C. v. Woellwarth, Ditzingen, '56 

Ms. Em. Wolff (Hennig), Nogent-sur-Marne, '64 

Et. C. Wolff, Nogent-sur-Marne, '48 

L. Wolpert, London, '69 

A. Wolsky. New York, N.Y., '60 

J. P. Wourms. Montauk. N.Y. 

D. Yaffe, Rehovot, '70 

J. Yamada, Hakodate, '70 

T. Yamada, Lausanne, '57 

K. Yamamoto, Hakodate, '60 

T. Yamamoto, Nagoya, '60 

K. Yamana, Fukuoka, '75 

C. J. Yntema, Syracuse, N.Y., '48* 

Ms. J. J. P. Zaayer, Leiden, '60 

A. A. Zimmerman, Houston, Tex., '56* 

J. Zwaan, Boston, Mass., '69 



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an idea of the scope and potential usefulness of the books. All notices (unless signed) are 
written by the editor; if necessary he sohcits the opinion of the staff of the Hubrecht 
Laboratory or of other specialists. 

Dissertations, some research monographs, and other works of a very specialized nature 
or written in languages not generally known, are usually provided with brief annotations 
only. 



Various types of books are distinguished according to the following criteria: 

Treatises: large comparative or systematic works, incl. serial publications 

Textbooks: incl. "readers", introductions, compendia, practical manuals, etc. 

Monographs: incl. collections of reviews, essays, atlases, etc. 

Dissertations: academic theses 

Symposium reports: incl. reports of congresses, conferences, meetings, etc. 

Collections of papers: containing original research papers by various authors, or reprint- 

ings of papers by one author 
Books of readings: containing reprintings of papers by various authors 
Reference works: incl. glossaries, data books, source books, etc. 



CONTENTS 

The numbers refer to the serial numbers of the notices. Cross references will be found 
in the heading of each category on the page where it begins. 

General Developmental Biology, 1-11 

Theoretical and Mathematical Developmental Biology, 12-15 

Plant Development (general), 16—24 

Invertebrate Development (general), 25—29 

Vertebrate Development (general), 30-36 

Development of Mammals and Man (general), 37-42 

Reproduction, Sexual development, Gametogenesis. Fertilization, 43-52 

Implantation, Placenta, Fetal membranes and fluids, 53-56 

Teratogenesis, 57 — 60 

Developmental Pathology, Cancer, 61—66 

Regeneration, Renewal, 67 — 70 

Organogenesis, Histogenesis (incl. tissue and organ culture, histochemistry), 71-87 

Cellular Developmental Biology (incl. cell culture, cytochemistry), 88-101 

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Developmental Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, 102-106 

Developmental Genetics, Evolution, 107-109 

Developmental Physiology (incl. endocrinology, immunology, behaviour, etc.), 110-120 

Methods, 121 

History, Biographies, etc. (no entries) 

Miscellaneous items (no entries) 



INDEX TO AUTHORS AND EDITORS 

with reference to serial numbers of book notices 



Ahonen, A., 89 
Astaurov, B. L., 112 
Auroux, M., 41 

Baserga, R., 96 
Beck, P., 88 
Beer, A. E., 33 
Beetschen, J. C, 1 
Benyush, V. A., 92 
Berenberg, S. R., 87 
Bernhard, S., 120 
Berry, D. R., 19 
Bertrand, J., 1 17 
Billett, F. S., 2 
Bjorklund, A., 70 
Blaxter, J. H. S., 36 
Blechschmidt, E., 42 
Bluzat, R., 62 
Bolognari, A., 46 
Bonner, J. T., 8 
Boue, A., 52 
Bouman, P., 2 1 
Brachet, J., 102 
Brien, P., 13 
Brodsky, V. Ya., 121 
Burdette, W. J., 115 

Cameron, I. L., 91 
Caniaris, M., 87 
Cantino, E. C, 18 
Carlson, B. M.,31 
Carlson, P. S., 23 
Clarkson, B., 96 
Cobo, E., 110 
Colenbrander, B., 30 
Cooper, D. M., 33 
Cosnier, J., 47 
Czyba, J.C.,47 

Dancis, J., 116 
Davidson, R. L., 97 



Davis, J. A., 37 
Davletova, L. V., 72 
de la Cruz, P. P., 97 
Dettlaff, T. A., 121 
Deuchar, E. M., 3 
Dobbing J., 37 
Drachman, D. B., 98 
Drukker, A., 82 
Dullemeijer, P., 14 

Eidt, E., 53 
Emschermann, P., 4 
Epstein, M. B., 55 
Evans, T. N., 44 

Paber, J., 9 
Pioroni, P., 26 
Forest, M.G., 117 
Forscey, L. A., 33 
Freeman, B. M., 1 13 
Fritz-Niggh, H.,61 

Gallien, L.,48,49 
Gauze, G.G., 121 
Gaze, R. M., 73 
Geilenkirchen, W. L. M., 9 
Gersh, I., 101 
Giese, A. C, 43 
Girod,C.,47 
Goldspink,G., 90 
Goss, R. J., 67 
Goujon, M. J., 17 
Greengard, O., 104 

Haegel, P.,41 
Hafez, E. S. E.,44,54 
Hasselaar, J. C, 30 
Hay, F. D., 106 
Himwich, W., 71 
Hwang, J. C, 116 



Janerich, D. T., 59 
Josimovich, J. B., 110 
Juntunen, J., 83 

Karkinen-Jaaskelainen, M., 58 
Keating, M. J., 73 
King, T. J., 63, 106 
Kjaergaard, J., 84 
Koebke, J., 34 
Kurrat, H. J., 35 

Laurent, J. L., 47 
Lavelle,C. L. B., 75 
Lender, T., 10,68 
Lenz, W., 60 
Lewin,B., 107 
Liacopoulos, P., 118 
Liboff, A. R., 119 
Linskens, H. P., 24 
Liozner, L. D., 69 
Lloyd, J. B., 88 
Lofts, B., 45 
L(^vtrup, S., 12 
Luckett, W. P., 50 

Maat,G. J. R., 85 
Markert,C. L., 108 
Masse, N. P., 87 
Meister, G., 26 
Milaire, J., 74 
Miller, R. L., 28 
Moghissi, K. S., 54,64 
Moore, K. L., 38,39 
Moore, W.J. ,75 
Morriss, G. M., 57 
Moscona, A. A., 99 
Motulsky, A. G.,60 
Myers, R. B., 18 

Nakahara, W., 65 
Natelson, S., 55 



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Nitsch, J., 10 
Northcote, D. H., 16 

Ono, T., 65 
Oppenheimer, J. M., 1 1 

Padflla,G. M.,91 
Panijel, J., 118 
Papaconstantinou, J., 106 
Patten, B. M., 31 
Paul, J., 105 
Pearse, J. S., 43 
Perry, J. S., 56 
Phillips, D. M.,51 
Porter, I. H., 59 
Prunieras, M., 100 
Putte, S. C. J. van der, 76 

Raedler, A., 77,78 
Raspe, G., 120 
Reynolds, M., 110 
Rinaldi, R. A., 119 
Robert, L., 100 
Rosen feld,C., 100 



Roussev, G. K., 114 
Ruddle, F. H., 109 
Ryabinina, Z. A., 92 

Sachs, L.,93 
Sauer, H. W., 5 
Schmidt, G. H., 25 
Schumacher, G. H., 40 
Scommegna, A., 55 
Sievers, J.,77,78 
Simon, L., 22 
Skalko, R. G.,59 
Smith, J. E., 19 
Starck, D., 32 
Stearns, L. W., 27 
Stenevi, U., 70 
Sugano, H., 65 
Sugimura, T., 65 
Sussman, M., 6 
Svalander, C, 79 
Svendgaard, N. A., 70 

Thibault,C., 52 
Thorn, L.,80 



Tokin,B. P., 29 
Truman, D. E. S., 103 
Tuchmann-Duplessis, H., 41 

Ursprung, H., 108 

Van Wagtendonk, W. J., 94 
Vazart, B., 10 
Verbout, A. J., 86 
Vince,M. A., 113 

Wal, U. P. van der, 95 
Weiss, P. A., 15 
Wigglesworth, V., 1 1 1 
Wild, A. E., 2 
Williams, R. P., 20 
Willier, B. H., 1 1 
Winick, M., 66 
Wolpert, L.,7 
WooUam, D. H. M., 57 

Zhenevskaya, R. P., 81 
Zimmerman, A., 91 



GENERAL DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY (see also 12,65,96,99,105) 



Textbooks 



J. C. BEETSCHEN. 1974. L'EMBRYOLOGIE 

Presses Univ. de France, Paris. Que Sais-Je? No. 68. 128 pp., 34 figs. 

This little book was written primarily for the educated layman but could be very 
suitable for a quick orientation for biologists specialized in other areas. In a very limited 
compass the author has admirably succeeded in presenting a readable outline of the main 
data of classical and experimental animal embryology, along with some hints at the most 
important recent advances. Much attention is devoted to the basic mechanisms of 
embryonic regulation and determination, with examples from both vertebrates and 
invertebrates. 

The illustrations are simple but adequate. The bibliography is restricted to important 
books, naturally with some emphasis on those written in French. 



F. S. BILLETT and A. E. WILD. 1975. PRACTICAL STUDIES OF ANIMAL DEVELOP- 
MENT 

Chapman & Hall, London. XII, 251 pp., 70 figs., 10 pis., subject and author indexes. 
£4,80 

This is an extremely useful book and nothing quite Uke it has been available. It is 
meant to serve both as a practical manual and as a first introduction to animal develop- 
ment. The authors stress that all practical instructions are based on their personal 
experience in teaching undergraduates over a period of at least ten years. The scientific 
background provided along with the practical instructions is interesting and serves to keep 



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the book readable. It should of course be realized that many of the species treated and 
sources of living material indicated reflect the situation in the British Isles. 

Most major animal groups are represented: echinoderms, ascidians, molluscs, annelids, 
nematodes, insects and crustaceans; fish, amphibians, birds and mammals. Particular 
attention is devoted to early development. The numerous exercises described obviously 
vary in degree of difficulty and time required. A great deal of the practical information 
included will be of value to advanced research vi'orkers as well. 

The book is illustrated with for the most part simple line drawings and some useful 
photographic material. Series of normal stages are included for a killyfish, Xenopus, and 
the axolotl. The subject index is quite extensive. 



3. 

E. M. DEUCHAR. 1975. CELLULAR INTERACTIONS IN ANIMAL DEVELOPMENT 

Chapman & Hall, London. X, 298 pp., 126 figs., 21 pis., 10 tabs., subject index. £6.50, 



This book is intended for students taking courses which include cell biology or 
developmental biology. The author is an embryologist and deliberately turns the reader's 
attention to groups of embryonic cells, whole embryos, and whole tissues rather than to 
the single cell. As such the book provides a most useful counterbalance to certain trends 
in the present-day teaching of biology. 

The treatment of the subject matter is of course highly selective, but particularly 
because of its very readable style and because the main problems and recent advances are 
well brought out, the book will serve as a stimulating "appetizer" for almost any student 
of developmental biology. The emphasis is on vertebrate development, but invertebrates 
are adduced wherever they can clarify particular points. Of particular interest are the 
penultimate chapter on long-distance cellular interactions mediated by hormones, and the 
concluding chapter on "protective interactions", which covers such subjects as cell 
recognition and cloning, the immune system, regeneration and repair, compensatory 
growth, and the properties and control of tumours. The data are not always rendered 
with equal clarity and precision (a case in point being the discussion of mesoderm 
induction in the amphibian blastula), but these are minor blemishes. 

The book is illustrated with simple but very adequate line drawings and a number of 
good photographic plates. There is a list of over 550 references, most of them recent, 
which lacks the bias towards Anglo-Saxon literature so often encountered. (It does have 
rather many mistakes in the spelling of foreign names, however.) 



4. 

P. EMSCHERMANN. 1974. ENTWICKLUNG, Grundlagen - Erkenntnisse der tierischen 

Fortpflanzung und Ontogenie. 2nd edit. 

Herder, Freiburg, etc. Reihe Studio Visuell. 128 pp., numerous figs., combined name and 

subject index. DM 20.00 

This book was first published in 1973. It was written for the educated layman and for 
secondary school and beginning university students. For the first two categories it is 
perhaps suitable in Germany but would be too difficult in many other countries. On the 
other hand, it is very suitable for use by university students, particularly there where 
developmental biology is being taught against a broad biological background, as in many 
continental universities. 

The emphasis is more on the morphological and phylogenetic than on the causal 
aspects of development, although the latter are considered in outline. The style is not 
exactly simple but always fluent and unambiguous. More than a third of the book is 
devoted to reproduction, which is seen as a necessary background to the treatment of 
individual development. Throughout the book examples are taken from a wide variety of 
animal groups. 

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A special and particularly successful aspect of the book are its illustrations. Important 
principles and experiments are illustrated with whole- or double-page diagrams, often on a 
comparative basis, which use perspective and colour to great advantage (understandably, 
some over-simplification has sometimes been unavoidable). The book is well produced 
and is concluded by a brief but adequate reading list of books. 



5. 

H. W. SAUER. 1974. ENTWICKLUNGSBIOLOGIE; Experimente an Eiern und Pilzen 
Universitatsverlag, Konstanz. Konstanzer Universitatsreden nr. 68. 68 pp., 8 figs., 1 tab. 
DM 22.80 (paper) 

This little book contains the revised text of the author's inaugural lecture presented in 
1973. It is written in a somewhat popularizing style and, rather than presenting a rounded 
picture, highhghts a few basic unsolved questions in developmental biology. These are 
illustrated with experiments on insect eggs and two simple model systems: Dictyostelium 
and Physarum. The lecture could be useful as collateral reading for students. It has a good 
selective bibliography. 



6. 

M. SUSSMAN. 1973. DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY, its cellular and molecular founda- 
tions 

Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs. Foundations of Modern Biology Series. XVIII, 297 pp., 
143 figs., 8 tabs., subject index. $ 12.95 (cloth), $ 6.95 (paper) 

Contents: I. The molecular basis of phenotypic alterations: 1. Genes and proteins: a 
review; 2. How proteins are synthesized: another review; 3. Simple physiological 
modulations: transient changes in gene expression and protein function; II. The growth 
of cells and cell populations: 1. The cell growth and division cycle: a developmental 
program common to all cells; 2. The growth of animal, plant, and microbial cell 
populations; HI. A survey of developmental programs: 1. Developmental programs in 
solitary microorganisms; 2. The cellular slime molds, a group of colonial microorga- 
nisms; 3. The development of primitive animals, coelenterates, and nematodes; 4. The 
vertebrate embryo: I; 5. The vertebrate embryo: II; IV. The frontiers: 1. Morphogene- 
sis: the acquisition of form in biological systems; 2. The inheritance of differentiative 
capacity I: some genetic puzzles; 3. The inheritance of differentiative capacity II: 
cancer; 4. Differential gene expression during development 

Because this textbook dates from 1973 we only briefly announce it here. The book is 
written in a very personal and captivating style, and surveys the developmental cycles of a 
wide variety of organisms with much emphasis on cell-biological and molecular-genetic 
aspects. It is suitable for both beginning and more advanced students, as the table of 
contents will show. The illustrations are good and there are useful lists of supplementary 
and advanced readings. 



7. 

L. WOLPERT. 1974. THE DEVELOPMENT OF PATTERN AND FORM IN ANIMALS 

Oxford Univ. Press, London. Oxford Biology Readers No. 51. 16 pp., 16 figs. 30 p 
(paper) 

This is a well-written introduction mainly into the author's own influential (though 
not universally accepted) ideas on the subject. The account is free from parochialism and 
is clearly illustrated. 

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Monographs 

8. 

J. T. BONNER. 1974. ON DEVELOPMENT, the biology of form 

Harvard Univ. Press, Cambridge, Mass. XII, 282 pp., 58 figs., 2 tabs., combined author 

and subject index. $ 10.00 

Contents: I. The evolutionary view of development; 2. Cycles and natural selection; 3. 
Reproduction; 4. Inherited variation; 5. The levels of complexity; II. The molecular 
view of development, 6. The synthesis of substances; 7. Timing; 8. The locahzation of 
substances, 9. The control of pattern 

Reading a new book by Bonner is always a stimulating experience. Because it is mainly 
synthetic in approach and extremely broad in scope, the present book seems admirably 
suited to convey an awareness of the great problems of developmental biology to 
advanced students and those standing at the beginning of a research career. For the 
specialist and teacher perhaps the most valuable feature of the book is that it shows 
convincingly that the reductionist and holist approaches to development (represented by the 
molecular biologist and the "developmentalist") are not mutually exclusive if seen from 
the evolutionary vantage point. It is therefore particularly to be hoped that the book will be 
read by the confirmed reductionists. 

With a monograph of this kind one can of course always argue with the author about 
what he has left out. I would take the opposite approach by pointing out how refreshing 
it is to see a great many points illustrated with examples that are seldom encountered in 
books on developmental biology: e.g. protozoans, algae, fungi, and even social insects. 

Since this is a book of ideas rather than facts, the references are restricted and given in 
the form of notes. The illustrations are hkewise limited yet serve their purpose very well. 
The book is admirably produced. 



Symposium reports 

9. 

J. FABER and W. L. M. GEILENKIRCHEN, eds. 1975. ONTWIKKELINGSBIOLOGIE 

(Developmental biology) 

Pudoc, Wageningen. Biologische Raad Reeks, 245 pp., 74 figs., 2 tabs., subject index. Dfl. 

17.50 (paper) 

This book is based on a didactic symposium held in the Hague in October 1974 and is 
therefore particularly useful for biology teachers or for general orientation. We review it 
here primarily for our readers in the Benelux and South Africa. Among the eight 
contributors there were two from England and one from Western Germany, but their 
contributions were translated into Dutch. The symposium centred around the nature and 
processing of developmental "information" (used loosely) at various levels of organiza- 
tion: information in the genome and the egg cortex as well as "positional" information at 
the supracellular level, and their interplay during development. 

Apart from a brief conceptual introduction by Faber, the seven main contributions are 
lengthy, well-illustrated reviews, some of them with long reference lists and all of them 
entirely up to date. An effort was made to integrate them by cross-referencing. The first 
(by Wessels) is a general discussion of genetic and epigenetic mechanisms in development, 
and sets the stage for what follows; examples are drawn mainly from the plant Kingdom. 
The subsequent chapters can be briefly characterized as follows: the function of the 
genome in development (Berendes); gene activity in early mammalian development, and 
sex differentiation (Gardner); determination in early animal development (Sang); pattern 
formation in insects (Ouweneel); genetic regulation of cell differentiation in insect 
spermiogenesis (Hess); the transition from the vegetative to the generative phase in plants 
(Linskens). 

The book is concluded by a glossary of some 140 terms. 

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10. 

J. NITSCH, T. LENDER, and B. VAZART, eds. 1973. LA NAISSANCE DE LA FORME 

CHEZ L'EMBRYON (une reflexion entre zoologistes et botanistes) 

Soc. Botanique de France, Paris. Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr., Mem. 388 pp., 113 figs., 60 pis., 

8 tabs. 

This volume contains the proceedings of a conference held in Gif-sur-Yvette in March, 
1972. Its most interesting feature was that it brought together botanists and zoologists. 
Of the 28 contributions eight were by zoologists. Most of the speakers were French but 
six came from other European countries. Most contributions are in French, but all have 
summaries in French and English; some are no more than abstracts. 

The conference was opened with three long reviews, one by Godineau on morpho- 
genesis and ultrastructure of the angiosperm embryo-sac, one by Clavert on polarity and 
symmetrization in vertebrate eggs, and one by Norreel on the culture of plant tissues and 
non-zygotic embryogenesis. These are followed by an interesting group discussion. Part 
two deals with embryonic development generally (17 papers, 4 by zoologists), and part 
three with the fixity or lability of axes and planes of symmetry during embryogenesis (8 
papers, 3 by zoologists). The problems on which there was most exchange among 
botanists and zoologists were non-zygotic embryos and the localization of geometrical 
information in the embryo. 



Books of readings 



B. H. WILLIER and J. M. OPPENHEIMER, eds. 1974. FOUNDATIONS OF EXPERI- 
MENTAL EMBRYOLOGY. 2nd edit. 

Hafner Press (Macmillan), New York; Collier Macmillan, London. XXIV, 277 pp.. 
102 figs., 3 tabs. $ 4.95 (paper) 

This book, first published in 1964, is so well known that it suffices to mention the 
additions made in this new edition. Whereas the "milestones" selected for the first edition 
went no farther than 1939, we now have three new ones from 1954, '69, and '73. They 
are by Levi-Montalcini et al. (on nerve growth factor), by Ito and Lowenstein (on ionic 
communication between embryonic cells), and by Summerbell et al. (on positional 
information in the chick limb). All are provided, as the old ones, with excellent editor's 
comments. In addition, there is now a thoughtful, historically oriented 12-page introduc- 
tion by the editor. 

The book is well printed and the original illustrations are well reproduced. 



THEORETICAL AND MATHEMATICAL DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY (see also 8) 

Treatises 

12 

S. L(Z)VTRUP. 1974. EPIGENETICS, a treatise on theoretical biology 

Wiley, London, etc. XVI, 548 pp., 269 figs., 13 tabs., author and subject indexes. £ 15.00 

This interesting book, which occupied the author for half a dozen years, is a valiant 
attempt at synthesis of a vast number of data. The author modestly states that it is not 
highly original and could probably have been written 40 years ago. His major original 
contribution is the concept of "cell orders" and cell-type transformation, which is akin to 
Willmer's classification of cell types and is already familiar from his earlier publications. 

This review cannot be a rigorously critical one. I will only characterize the book 
briefly and convey my personal impressions. The author's English is very readable; it is 
somewhat wordy in place, but never so much as to obscure the meaning. A brief 

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introduction sets the theoretical stage. The main bulk of the book consists of three long 
chapters. In the first (Epigenesis: the analytic approach) animal embryogenesis is dis- 
cussed in terms of four large categories: (1) the embryogenetic substrate (cells, extracellu- 
lar components, and the fertilized egg), (2) cell division, (3) cell diversification (in which 
a very useful distinction is made between cell transformation and cell differentiation), 
and (4) morphogenetic processes, and their interactions with the other three categories. 
The next chapter (Epigenesis and ontogenesis) then takes up the same subject stage-wise 
and in a broad range of taxa. The topics discussed consecutively are cleavage, blastulation, 
gastrulation, larva formation, physiological events, and biochemical events. The last 
chapter is called Epigenesis and phylogenesis. It first discusses the main tenets of 
Darwinism and neo-Darwinism and then presents a systematic comprehensive theory of 
evolution which takes much more account of epigenetic phenomena than the former two 
theories, and relies rather heavily on hypothetical "large mutations". 

The emphasis in this book is on the whole organism and the cell. The molecular 
approach is viewed critically. The treatment is not very up to date: of many leading 
developmental biologists one finds only older literature cited. The modern work on insect 
morphogenesis, which has profound bearings on the issues discussed in the book, is not 
mentioned at all. Particularly as a work of theoretical biology the book makes a 
somewhat dated impression. This is not necessarily a fault, for some good "old-fash- 
ioned" thinking can be very wholesome, if only as an antidote to the fashions of the day. 
Yet, it is curious to find no mention of leading present-day theoretical biologists such as 
J. T. Bonner, Goodwin, Cohen, and Kauffman, to name but a few. There is no reference 
to cybernetics, systems analysis, or model building, although the computer is mentioned 
as an analogy for epigenesis. The book draws heavily on theorists of one or two 
generations ago, such as Woodger, Goldschmidt, Schindewolf, and Waddington. This does 
not alter the fact that it is an unorthodox and thought-provoking opus. 



Monographs 

13. 

P. BRIEN. 1974. LE VIVANT; Epigenese, Evolution epigenetique (Propos d'un zoolo- 

giste) 

Edit, de I'Univ. de Bruxelles, Bruxelles. 155 pp. B.fr. 275 (paper) 

Contents: L'unite de I'etre vivant et I'epigenese; Le polymorphisme intraspecifique et 
I'epigenese; L'evolution biologique et I'epigenese; Les theories explicatives du fait de 
revolution biologique; L'evolution epigenetique 

Paul Brien, who died on February 19th, 1975, was one of those allround zoologists 
who today seem to become rare. He has always gone his own way without allowing 
himself to be influenced by the fashions of the day. Two strong influences do manifest 
themselves in this book, however: Lamarck and Driesch (though not the latter's vitalist 
views). At the end of a prolific life Brien has now given us his summing-up in the form of 
what is best characterized as "the philosophy of a zoologist". His own contributions to 
developmental biology (particularly asexual reproduction), on which he draws extensive- 
ly, are well known. 

Epigenesis is the key concept of the book, both for ontogenesis and evolution. The 
two are really one, for "la phylogenese [est le] but supreme des etudes zoologiques". 
Brien considers it futile to contrast "holist" and "atomist" biologists, for every biologist 
is both at the same time. But to him the primary problem in biology is form and 
organization, not the "programme" (genetic or otherwise). Biology is a science of 
observation and experiment (to both of which he has himself made great contributions), 
but it is above all a "science d'integration". "Information" contained in the germ cell and 
its DNA is a potentiality whici; must realize itself in the flexible programmes of 
development. 

Brien defines evolution as typogenesis, the "creative", saltatory remodelling of the 
entire organization of organisms. It is initiated by change mutations but for its stabiliza- 

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tion depends predominantly on epigenetic mechanisms acting in ontogenesis. Evolution 
should not be confounded with speciation, which never creates anything new. Biological 
evolution as defined here has very little to do with natural selection in the accepted sense 
(which is the prime factor in speciation). 

These few highlights must suffice to characterize this beautifully written book, which 
will appeal to the theoretically minded embryologist (but probably not to the more 
dogmatic among the molecular biologists). We must be thankful that it was given to Paul 
Brien to complete this "scientific testament". 



14. 

P. DULLEMEIJER. 1974. CONCEPTS AND APPROACHES IN ANIMAL MORPHO- 
LOGY 

van Gorcum, Assen (Neth.). XII. 264 dd.. 80 figs.. 4 tabs., subject index. D.fl. 67.- 

Contents: I. Historical survey; II. General methodology; III. Diversity of opinion; IV. 
The relation between form and function; V. Methods in morphology; VI. The com- 
parative method — bone as an example; VII. The non-comparative method — bone as 
an example; VIII. The elements in a pattern; IX. Compromise and integration; X. The 
change of the pattern — ontogeny; XL The change of the pattern — phylogeny; XII. 
Interrelation and interaction 

The author of this book was trained in animal morphology by van der Klaauw and is 
his successor at Leiden University. It is a difficult book, which is due mainly to its subject 
and only very partially to the fact that the author does not write in his native language 
(however, a linguistic check by an English-speaking colleague could have somewhat 
improved its readability). It was the author's intention "to provide a background of 
mental procedures for the daily practice of morphological investigation". One of the 
reasons for this was "the increasing interest in what may be called structural thinking at 
all the levels of biological investigation". The book is heavily imbued with philosophy, 
and the concepts of holism play a particularly prominent role. The factual discussions are 
restricted mainly to functional morphology, particularly cranio-facial morphology and 
function. 

The first half of the book (chs. I VII) is concerned with methodology and the relation 
between form and function. The second half then proceeds to examine the implications 
of holism and system theory, resulting in what the author calls dynamic morphology. The 
last chapter is a brief and preliminary excursion into the differences in approach between 
a fundamental theory of morphology and the applications of experimental morphology. 

The book is very well produced and illustrated. It has a bibliography comprising close 
to 800 titles. An author index would have been useful. 



15. 

P. A. WEISS. 1973. THE SCIENCE OF LIFE: the living system - a system for living 

Futura, Mount Kisco, N.Y. XVI, 137 pp., 4 figs. $ 7.95 

The author has intended this essay both for the lay public and for his fellow scientists, 
"particularly those in various specialties, whose sectorial preoccupations reduce their 
opportunities for acquiring a catholic and balanced view of biological phenomena and 
problems." This, and the fact that it contains the residue of a long life of thought by a 
leading developmental and cell biologist, is the reason why we review it here. The book 
has been conceived in a "spirit of depolarization, of harmonizing conflicting doctrines . . . 
The theme is the recognition and scientific validation of the rule of order that pervades 
the universe . . ." Coming from another author, this might sound as an old man's dream, 
but most of us know that Weiss does not say such things lightly. 

The book is best characterized by another quotation from the foreword: 
In this book, the broader meaning of "determinacy" is subject to a critical reexamina- 
tion, which leads to the replacement of the rigid micromechanistic ("atomistic") 

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thinking of old by a liierarchical concept of natural "systems", in which order in the 

gross goes hand in hand with freedom in the small. 

As usual, Weiss' style of writing is both elegant and lucid, and even those who do not 
agree with his quaHtative systems approach will find much of value to ponder. The first 
one hundred-odd pages are devoted to "The order of Ufe", discussed in 30 brief sections. 
The remainder of the book is taken up by a Postscript entitled From life science to 
education for living. Two sections here are of particular philosophical interest, that on 
linear causaUty as the predicament of man, and that on "category versus continuum". 
Both bring out Weiss' emphasis on the dynamic (operationalist) rather than the static 
(substantialist) approach to the problems of life and hving. These lessons from a great 
biologist deserve to be read widely by scientists and non-scientists alike. 



PLANT DEVELOPMENT (general) (see also 10) 

Textbooks 

16. 

D. H. NORTHCOTE. 1974. DIFFERENTIATION IN HIGHER PLANTS 

Oxford Univ. Press, London. Oxford Biology Readers No. 44. 32 pp., 40 figs. 60p. 

(paper) 

A fairly detailed account of cell differentiation with strong emphasis on ultrastructure 
and on the biochemistry of the cell wall components. Brief treatment of cambial different- 
iation and stomatal complex formation. Clear diagrams and many electron micrographs; 
of these some appear superfluous, others have lost much detail, and the captions are not 
always clear. 

Monographs 

17. 

M. J. GOUJON. 1973. ETUDE DES MECANISMES PHYSIOLOGIQUES DE LA FORM- 
ATION DES SCLEROTES CHEZ LE CORTICIUM ROLFSII (SACC.) CURZI 
O.R.S.T.O.M. (Office de la Recherche Scient. et Techn. Outre-Mer), Paris. Travaux at 
Documents de TO.R.S.T.O.M. 26. 107 pp., 34 figs., 24 tabs. 

Thorough study on the formation of sclerotia in a parasitic basidiomycete; centered on 
the action of a (proteinaceous?) morphogenetic factor produced by the thallus. 



18. 

R. B. MYERS and E. C. CANTINO. 1974. THE GAMMA PARTICLE, a study of cell- 
organelle interactions in the development of the water mold Blastocladiella emersonii 
Karger, Basel, etc. Monographs in Developmental Biology, vol.8. X, 117 pp., 43 figs., 
14 tabs. SFr. 67.00, $ 24, 50, £ 9.80, DM 64.00 

Gamma particles are found in swimming zoospores of the water mold Blastocladiella 
emersonii; their numbers are related to the parental phenotype. The particle has been 
shown to contain DNA, a store of tRNA, and the enzyme chitin synthetase. It is involved 
in the formation of the chitinous wall that surrounds the zoospore upon encystment (that 
is, the first step in differentiation). Its probable function is to sequester certain cytoplas- 
mic constituents until the time they are needed. 

This monograph presents the whole story of the gamma particle over a period of a 
quarter of a century in systematic fashion; this includes the development of the particles 
in the differentiating zoospore. A host of modern techniques has been brought to bear on 
the problem of the nature of the particles, and the results are set out with clarity. The 
book is illustrated with good drawings and electron micrographs. It has no index. 

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19. 

J. E. SMITH and D. R. BERRY. 1974. AN INTRODUCTION TO BIOCHEMISTRY OF 

FUNGAL DEVELOPMENT 

Academic Press, London, etc. VIII, 326 pp., 123 figs., 22 tabs., subject index. £8.00, 

$20,75 

Contents: 1. Introduction: the conceptual basis of morphogenesis; 2. A cellular slime 
mould: Dictyostelium discoideum; 3. A plasmodial slime mould: Physamm poly- 
cephalum; 4. The fungal spore; 5. The vegetative state; 6. Asexual reproduction; 7. 
Sexual reproduction; 8. Differentiation, secondary metabolism and industrial mycolo- 
gy 

The fungi are the simplest group of eukaryotes and therefore represent an important link 
between the unicellular state and the higher multicellular organisms. Although their 
development has not been studied as extensively as that of other groups, they have 
already provided a number of valuable "model systems" for developmental biology. This 
book is therefore particularly welcome to developmental biologists who are not specialists 
of mycology. 

The book is largely based on a series of lectures given to undergraduate and postgradu- 
ate students. The chapters are not exhaustive reviews and are not fully documented. This 
makes for easy reading, however. The chapter bibliographies consist of both older and 
recent recommended Uterature, very conveniently classified. The treatment focuses on 
those processes that ultimately give rise to visible changes in structure. 

The book is profusely illustrated with line drawings and photographs, including a 
limited number of electron micrographs. 



20. 

R. F. WILLIAMS. 1974. THE SHOOT APEX AND LEAF GROWTH, a study in quantita- 
tive biology 

Cambridge Univ. Press, London. VIII, 256 pp., 169 figs., 23 tabs., author and subject 
indexes. £ 6.50, $ 18.95 

Contents: 1 . Introductory; 2. The quantitative description of growth; 3. Phyllotaxis; 4. 
Shoot-apical systems; 5. The dynamics of leaf growth; 6. The growth of an inflores- 
cence; 7. The growth of wheat tillers; 8. Plant growth as integration 

The contents of this book are almost entirely descriptive, even where (as in ch.5) data 
on DNA, RNA, and proteins are provided. The book is largely based on the personal 
research of the author and his associates, much of which is here published for the first 
time. Most of it centres around a sophisticated method for the analysis of the growth of 
primordia in shoot apices (the principles are set out in ch.2, the detailed methodology, 
involving three-dimensional reconstruction, in an appendix at the end of the book). In 
ch.8 the author suggests that the "field theory" should be modified to include mechanical 
as well as chemical gradients. He sees the notion of mechanical constraint as especially 
relevant to the genesis of pattern in plants. 

Ch.4 describes the shoot apices of 13 species, both mono- and dicotyledons, while ch.6 
is devoted to the inflorescence of wheat and ch.7 to the growth of wheat tillers. 

The numerous line drawings and reconstructions are excellent and provide vivid 
three-dimensional images of the complicated relationships in the apices studied. (The 
introduction contains a tribute to the memory of the Australian botanist Petrie.) 



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Dissertations 

21 

F. BOUMAN. 1974. DEVELOPMENTAL STUDIES OF THE OVULE, INTEGUMENTS 

AND SEED IN SOME ANGIOSPERMS 

Ph.D. thesis, Univ. of Amsterdam. 180 pp., 107 figs. 

Histogenetic studies in 14 genera, mainly focussing on the initiation, development, and 
structure of the constituents of the ovule derived from the parental sporophyte; relations 
with taxonomy and phylogeny; 40-page historical survey of the subject, illustrated with 
interesting reproductions; numerous drawings and light micrographs of sections and a few 
scanning electron micrographs. 



22 

L.SIMON. 1973. LTMPATIENS BALSAMINA L. CULTIVAR "BUISSON FLEURI": 

MORPHOGENESE ET ONTOGENESE EXPERIMENTALES 

Ph.D. thesis, Nantes. 254 pp., 70 figs., 27 pis., 6 tabs. 

Morphology and ontogeny of whole plant and gynecium; photoperiodic control; 
flower induction; histology and electron microscopy of meristems; excellent photo- and 
electron micrographs; extensive bibliography. 



Symposium reports 

23. 

P. S. CARLSON, chairman. 1974. BASIC MECHANISMS IN PLANT MORPHOGENESIS 
Brookhaven National Lab., Upton. Brookhaven Symposia in Biology No. 25. VII, 
429 pp., 160 figs., 43 tabs. $ 10.60 (paper), $ 1.45 (microfiche) 

The analysis of plant morphogenesis at all levels from the organismal down to the 
molecular-genetic has in recent years made considerable progress. This symposium pro- 
vides a useful and interesting cross-section of these advances. Large sections of it will be 
read with profit by general developmental biologists, particularly those preparing a lecture 
course in developmental biology or genetics. 

There are two general lectures which are both extremely interesting to read for 
zoologists: one by Sussex on the applicability of concepts of animal development to plant 
systems, and a longer one by Stebbins on the "evolution ' of polarity and morphogenetic 
patterns. The latter is particularly thought-provoking. The 21 more specialist papers are 
arranged in five sections as follows: Morphogenesis in lower forms (4 papers); Factors 
affecting morphogenesis (4); Cellular factors affecting morphogenesis (4), and two sec- 
tions on The genetics of morphogenesis (together 9 papers). 

The papers are reproduced with minimal editing and therefore rather heterogeneous in 
style; they are well illustrated. 



24. 

H. F. LINSKENS, ed. 1974. FERTILIZATION IN HIGHER PLANTS 

North-Holland, Amsterdam; American Elsevier, New York. XIV, 373 pp., 212 figs., 
46 tabs., subject index, index to contributors. S 26,95, D.tl. 70.00 

This volume contains the papers read at an international symposium held in Nijmegen, 
Netherlands in August, 1974. By reproducing the (unedited) papers from typescript very 
rapid publication was achieved. Almost all of the 43 papers by authors of many 
nationalities are brief reports or summaries of recent research. Together, they represent a 

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good cross-section of a rapidly moving field. What is striking is the increased application 
of sophisticated modern techniques to this area (electron microscopy, time lapse cinema- 
tography, physiology, biochemistry). The classical morphological approach is in the 
minority (and strikingly enough restricted almost entirely to contributions from the 
Soviet Union). 

The papers are arranged in seven sections as follows: Pollen genetics (5 papers). 
Gamete maturation (8), The progamic phase (10), The fusion (6), Phylogenetic aspects of 
fertilization (3), Incompatibility (5), and Disturbed gamete maturation and fertilization 

(6). 

The numerous good photographs, electron micrographs, and line drawings are very 
well reproduced. 



INVERTEBRATE DEVELOPMENT (general) (see also 43) 

Treatises 

25. 

G. H. SCHMIDT, ed. 1974. SOZIALPOLYMORPHISMUS BEI INSEKTEN; Probleme der 
Kastenbildung im Tierreich 

Wissensch. Verlagsges., Stuttgart. Biicher der Zeitschrift Naturwissenschaftliche Rund- 
schau. XXIV, 974 pp., 281 figs., 83 tabs., glossary; taxonomic, author, and subject 
indexes. DM 290.00 

Caste determination and differentiation in social insects is a developmental process 
taking place at the supra-organismal level. It is based on the differential activation of 
specific developmental programmes in whole organisms. We briefly announce this book 
here because we feel it deals with problems that are of intrinsic importance for develop- 
mental biology in a broad sense. 

The book is a comprehensive treatise written by a team of 26 specialists from 
10 countries. Among them are ethologists and ecologists, geneticists, taxonomists and 
morphologists, physiologists and biochemists. All of them are still active in research and 
many of the 29 chapters contain unpublished material. More than a dozen different insect 
groups and many separate genera and species pass in review. 

The contributions of authors from outside the German language area were translated 
into German. The book is well produced and illustrated. 



Textbooks 

26. 

P. FIORONI and G. MEISTER. 1974. EMBRYOLOGIE VON LOLIGO VULGARIS 

LAM., Gemeiner Kalmar 

Fischer, Stuttgart. Grosses Zool. Praktikum H.16c/2. VIII,69 pp., 29 figs., 4 tabs. DM 

ca. 24. - (paper) 

This is a laboratory guide book for students and is therefore entirely descriptive in 
character. Nevertheless, it could be very useful for those starting experimental work on 
this species. It is a digest of the essential literature, covering all phases of development 
and all organ systems. Moreover, it contains a "histological" Normal Table based on 
Naefs stages and a comparative table of Naef s and Arnold's stages. 

The "Practical Part" contains useful directions for obtaining and rearing egg batches 
and for the sectioning and mounting of embryos. 

The book is illustrated with very good line drawings. 



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Monographs 

27. 

L. W. STEARNS. 1974. SEA URCHIN DEVELOPMENT: cellular and molecular aspects 
Dowden, Hutchinson & Ross, Stroudsburg. XII,339 pp., 41 figs., author and subject 
indexes. $ 20,00, £ 11.20 

Contents: I. The sea urchin as a system for the study of development; U. Sea urchin 
gametes and early developmental processes; III. Fertilization and some associated 
events; IV. Cleavage and associated phenomena; V. Later stages of development; VI. 
Nature and activity of DNA in sea urchin eggs and embryos; VII. Polysomes in the sea 
urchin embryo; VIII. Maternal messenger RNA and its role in development; IX. Other 
aspects of the nature and function of RNA; X. Some miscellaneous problems of current 
interest 

This book is perhaps best characterized by contrasting it with the book by Giudice 
(Developmental biology of the sea urchin embryo, 1973), which was reviewed in Gen. 
Embryol. Inf. Serv. 15, 1, 1973. In the present book the treatment is at the same level 
but it is more selective and there is less preoccupation with methodological detail. The 
style is more personal and may therefore appeal more to some readers (although it 
definitely tends towards verbosity). Because the book is less of a compilation it reads 
better as a continuous story and there is more space to discuss problems of general 
developmental-biological interest. Both books address approximately the same audience; 
the graduate student and the active investigator. 

The data of classical experimental embryology are not separately discussed but are 
adduced wherever necessary. A subject that was intentionally omitted is that of 
interspecific hybrids. The last chapter briefly surveys problems of uptake vs. incorpora- 
tion of precursors, fluctuations in rate of protein synthesis during cleavage, isozymes, and 
reaggregation of dissociated embryos. 

The book is well produced but somewhat sparsely illustrated. The literature cited on 
the whole goes not much beyond 1970/71. There is a good subject index. 



Symposium reports 

28 

R. L. MILLER, organizer. 1974. THE DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY OF THE CNIDA- 

RIA 

Am. Soc. of Zoologists, Utica. American Zoologist Vol.14 No. 2. 430 pp., 305 figs., 
43 tabs. $ 6.50 (paper) 

This symposium was held in Washington, D.C. in December, 1972. It appears to have 
been the first symposium ever devoted entirely to the developmental biology of the 
Cnidaria. It brought together a large proportion of the world's leading investigators in this 
area, including several from Europe (both East and West). The main feeling the volume 
evokes is one of excitement: it seems that entirely new ways of looking at the develop- 
ment of these rather simple creatures are emerging. The volume is an extremely welcome 
addition to the literature, not least because attention is not devoted to Hydra alone but 
to many other species. 

The 32 papers of the symposium are partly reviews, partly research reports, and partly 
mixtures of the two. They are arranged in five sections as follows: 1. Gametogenesis, 
fertilization, and embryogenesis (6 papers); II. Cellular activities during growth and 
regeneration in Hydra (6); 111. Morphogenetic controls of Hydra growth and regeneration 
(5); IV. Morphogenetic and cellular aspects of growth in colonial hydroids (7); V. Aspects 
of growth and regeneration in other hydroids and the Scyphozoa (8). The approaches 
range from the morphological through the cell-biological to the molecular-biological. 

The volume is well edited and profusely illustrated. It is to be hoped that the 
American Society of Zoologists have laid on a good stock, for the volume may well be 
very popular. 

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Collections of papers 

29. 

B. P. TOKIN. 1973. MORPHOGENETIC PROCESSES DURING ASEXUAL REPRO- 
DUCTION, SOMATIC EMBRYOGENESIS AND REGENERATION (in Russian) 
Leningrad Univ., Leningrad. 194 pp., 32 figs., 28 pis. (paper) 

Introductory paper by O. M. Ivanova-Kasas, mainly dealing with evolutionary aspects; 
seven research papers by members of the Department of Embryology, State University of 
Leningrad (organisms used: sponges, planarians, nemerteans, ascidians); concluding paper 
by B. P. Tokin summarizing developments in the last 15 years (emphasis on organismal 
integration); all papers have English summaries; illustrated with line drawings and photo- 
graphs. 



VERTEBRATE DEVELOPMENT (general) (see also 88,1 13) 

Textbooks 

30. 

J. C. HASSELAAR and B. COLENBRANDER. 1973. PRACTICUM HANDLEIDING 

EMBRYOLOGIE (Laboratory guide of embryology) 

Inst. Vet. Anat., Utrecht. 160 pp.. 158 figs 

Laboratory guide for veterinary students; embryology of chick and domestic mammals 
(mainly pig); illustrated with good micrographs and Une drawings. 



31. 

B. M. PATTEN and B. M. CARLSON. 1974. FOUNDATIONS OF EMBRYOLOGY, 3rd 

edit. 

McGraw-Hill, New York, etc. XX,650 pp., 345 figs., subject index. S 12.00, DM 36.00 

The basic plan of this successful book has remained unaUered, but the contents have 
been modernized. The morphological approach has been retained, but more attention is 
devoted to well-documented experimental findings and a minimum of molecular biology 
is sketched in. The most conspicuous changes are in ch.l (Embryology - its scope, 
history, and special fields), where the section on fundamental processes and concepts and 
that on experimental methods have been considerably expanded. 

A number of new illustrations have been added, particularly in Part I (Early develop- 
mental processes common to vertebrate embryos). The two dozen coloured figures of the 
second edition are now brought together in a separate section in the middle of the book, 
and are again reproduced in black and white at their appropriate places in the text. 
Although this was no doubt dictated by considerations of economy, the duplication 
involved is no improvement. What is an improvement is the appendix listing the illustra- 
tions of chick whole mounts, chick sections, and pig embryos separately in developmental 
sequence. This increases the book's usefulness in the laboratory. The references for 
collateral reading have been extensively revised and contain many more recent titles. 

The book is printed in a smaller but very readable type. It is well produced at a very 
reasonable price. 



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32. 

D. STARCK. 1975. FMRRYOLOGIE, ein Lehrbuch auf allgemein biologischer Grund- 

lage. 3rd edit. 

Thieme, Stuttgart. XII,704 pp., :)uo ngs., taxonomic, author, and subject indexes. 

DM 148.00 

Although this new edition of a well-known book has been revised and somewhat 
extended, it has essentially remained the same book. While 20 years ago a synthesis of 
comparative and experimental vertebrate embryology was still feasible, so much has 
happened since in developmental biology (I do not even mention molecular embryology) 
that it would now be impossible, at least at the level of detail aimed at here. 

Since no consistent attempt has been made to incorporate even the most important 
advances, the book is now decidedly dated and conveys very little of the present-day state 
of embryology. Much of the Uterature is by now very old and could have been sifted to 
yield space for exciting new discoveries and approaches. The book undoubtedly has had 
its uses in the past, and many sections will continue to be useful for further study of 
specific topics. However, there are now more modern textbooks on the market, which are 
inevitably more selective but also much more balanced in their treatment. 



Monographs 

33. 

A. E. BEER, D. M. COOPER and L. A. FORSCEY. 1972. AVIAN EMBRYO DEVELOP- 
MENT 

Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London. Min. of Agric, Fish, and Food Techn. Bull. 23. 
VHI, 24 pp., 52 figs. £ 2.25 (paper) 

This photographic atlas is intended for the use of those active in poultry research. Its 
usefulness for embryologists is limited. The stages, particularly those of early develop- 
ment, are widely spaced. The second part, illustrating some genetic and environmentally 
induced defects and diseases, is clearly meant for the practical chick breeder. The colour 
photographs are of reasonable to good quality but some of the earlier stages (3-6 days) 
are difficult to discriminate. 



Dissertations 

34. 

J. KOEBKE. 1974. ZUR FRAGE DER DIFFERENZIERUNGSFAHIGKEIT DER 
MARGINALZONENBEREICHE FRUHER ENTWICKLUNGSSTADIEN VON AMBY- 
STOMA MEXICANUM 

Ph.D. thesis, K51n. 90 pp., 34 figs., 15 tabs, (mimeographed) 

Explantation of smaller or larger fragments of the marginal zone from early morula till 
very early gastrula (7 stages); culture for 12-14 days to study self-differentiation capa- 
cities; Li treatment in one series. 



35. 

H. J. KURRAT. 1974. FINE ANALYSE DER DIFFERENZIERUNGSLEISTUNGEN 

VON EKTODFRM UND MESODERM AUS GASTRULA- UND NEURULASTADIEN 

VON AMBYSTOMA MEXICANUM IM KOMBINATIONSEXPERIMENT 

Ph.D. thesis, Koln. 91 pp., 24 figs., 15 tabs, (mimeographed) 

Study of secondary interactions between archencephalic neural ectoderm and caudal 
chorda-mesoderm from early gastrula till middle neurula (5 stages); method: disaggrega- 

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tion and mixing of cells, culture of reaggregates in vitro; isochronous and heterochronous 
combinations. 



Symposium reports 

36. 

J. H. S. BLAXTER, ed. 1974. THE EARLY LIFE HISTORY OF FISH 

Springer, Berlin, etc. XII,765 pp., 299 figs., 170 tabs., combined taxonomic and subject 

index. DM98.00, $40.00 

This international symposium was held in May, 1973 at Oban, Scotland. It is mainly of 
interest to fish ecologists, population biologists, and taxonomists. However, among the 
62 papers there are at least 10 that are of potential interest to fish embryologists. 

Two of these are to be found in the section on feeding and metabolism (nitrogenous 
wastes, nucleic acids in yolk sac), four in the section on physiological ecology (effects of 
various physical and chemical factors, respiratory system), and four in the section on 
developmental events (brain growth, effects of temperature and salinity, gynogenesis). 
The concluding section on the rearing of fish contains six papers, among which one deals 
with artificial insemination in trout. Other sections deal with population studies, distribu- 
tion of eggs and larvae, behaviour, and taxonomy. 

The book is well produced in photo-offset and sturdily bound. 



DEVELOPMENT OF MAMMALS AND MAN (general) (see also 57,60,64,120) 

Treatises 

37. 

J. A. DAVIS and J. DOBBING, eds. 1974. SCIENTIFIC FOUNDATIONS OF PAEDIA- 
TRICS 

Heinemann, London. XVI,836 pp., 613 figs., 145 tabs., subject index. £ 13.00 

Although this multi-author treatise was written to provide a scientific background for 
the postgraduate study of paediatrics, large parts of it may be of value to mammalian 
embryologists generally. The authors are mostly English specialists but there are several 
from other countries. The book contains a wealth of data hitherto widely scattered in the 
literature. It was impossible to make the coverage as balanced and comprehensive as 
originally intended, but this may be remedied in future editions. The treatment is 
authoritative and modern, and as up to date as can be expected in a book of this size. The 
literature references are occasionally selective but many chapters have long bibliographies. 

The 51 chapters are arranged in four sections as follows: I. Nature and nurture (5 
chapters on genetics and nutrition); II. Climacterics (6 chs. on fetal growth, perinatal 
events, and puberty); III. Growth and development of systems (34 chs.); and IV. Special 
topics (6 chs. on paediatric epidemiology, fetal and neonatal pharmacology, and miscel- 
laneous subjects). In section III equal attention is devoted to the structure and function 
of organ systems. Although teratogenesis is not treated in its own right, abnormalities are 
discussed for many systems. The majority of the chapters range in length from ca. 10 to 
20 pages, with some going up to 30 pages or more. 

The book is magnificently produced and profusely illustrated; the numerous light and 
electron micrographs are of superb quality. 



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Textbooks 

38. 

K. L. MOORE. 1974. BEFORE WE ARE BORN; basic embryology and birth defects 

Saunders, Philadelphia, etc. XII,245 pp., 228 figs., subject index. $ 7.00 (paper) 

This book is meant primarily for students in the paramedical and health sciences, but 
can also be useful to medical and dental students. It is very similar to the author's 
previous book "The developing human", which was favourably reviewed in Gen. Em- 
bryol. Inf. Serv. 15, 2, 1974 (p. 175). The basic organization is virtually the same, but it 
is one third shorter. There is no additional material in small print, and the number of 
references has been considerably reduced. 

The excellent illustrations are a selection from those used for the earlier book. A few 
new figures were made specially for this book. Layout and printing are excellent. 



39. 

K. L. MOORE. 1974. L'ETRE HUMAIN EN DEVELOPPEMENT; embryologie orientee 

vers la clinique; translated from the English by A. J. Collet 

Edisem, St-Hyacinthe, Canada; Vigot, Paris. XIV,374 pp., 352 figs., 9 tabs., subject index. 

Can. $ 21.00 (paper) 

This is the translation of a book published in English in 1973 and favourably reviewed 
in Gen. Embryol. Inf. Serv. 15, 2, 1974 (p. 175). The book successfully bridges the gap 
between embryology and adult anatomy, histology, pathology, obstetrics, paediatrics, 
and surgery. It is characterized by outstanding illustrations. 

The translation, by a Canadian anatomist, closely follows the English text also with 
respect to terminology, but wherever necessary the more current French terms have been 
added, marked with an asterisk. The type and format of the book are exactly the same as 
those of the original. The same holds for the illustrations, which are reproduced with the 
same care, except perhaps some of the photographs. Notwithstanding the paper cover, the 
book is considerably more expensive than the English version. 



40. 

G. H. SCHUMACHER. 1974. EMBRYONALE ENTWICKLUNG DES MENSCHEN 

Volk und Gesundheit, Berlin (DDR). 178 pp., 85 figs., subject index. M 5.75 (paper) 

This concise text is suitable for students of medicine and biology, but is also meant for 
the educated layman. Simple style and good illustrations are its main features. Its 
organization is conventional but clear. The main developmental anomalies are briefly 
described. A brief concluding chapter provides a survey of human teratogenesis. 

Most of the illustrations are original and all are very clear and well labelled. There is a 
list of a dozen books for further reading, most of them issued in East Germany. 



41. 

H. TUCHMANN-DUPLESSIS, M. AUROUX, and P. HAEGEL. 1974. ILLUSTRATED 

HUMAN EMBRYOLOGY. Vol. Ill Nervous system and endocrine glands, translated by 

L. S. Hurley 

Springer, New York; Chapman & Hall, London; Masson, Paris. IX, 143 pp., 260 figs., 

subject index. $ 9.80, DM 24.10 (paper) 

This is vol. Ill of an originally French textbook, the first two volumes of which were 
reviewed in Gen. Hmbryol. Inf. Serv. vol.15, part 1, 1973, p. 201-202. The most 
interesting feature of the series is its excellent diagrammatic, multi-coloured illustrations 
combined with good photographs and micrographs. In this volume the development of 

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the nervous system, the sense organs, and the endocrine glands involved in neuro- 
endocrine correlation is placed in the perspective of adult function, while for the two first 
organ systems some basic information on phylogeny is also provided. The main develop- 
mental anomahes are briefly treated in the text, as well as illustrated. 

The translation is rather clumsy in places. Although the book was printed in France, 
the photographic illustrations are much less well reproduced than in the original book; 
some are so dark as to have lost all significant detail. 



Monographs 

42. 

E. BLECHSCHMIDT. 1974. HUMANEMBRYOLOGIE - PRINZIPIEN UND GRUND- 

BEGRIFFE 

Hippokrates, Stuttgart. 127 pp., 138 figs., subject index. DM 64.00 

This book is a sequel to the embryological atlas by the same author which was 
reviewed in Gen. Embryol. Inf. Serv. vol. 15, part 2, 1975, p. 186. It is in fact an extended 
discussion of the findings laid down in the atlas and in the author's earlier publications. 
The starting point is that organs at their very first inception already exhibit principles of 
differentiation; these are not primarily expressed biochemically, however, but in the form 
of "developmental movements'" which obey the laws of geometry. In his foreword the 
author states than an unambiguous, consistent, and therefore unified description of the 
development of anlagen in terms of their position, shape and structure is only possible if 
one has a knowledge of the developmental movements of the anlagen in question. 
Histochemical and biochemical changes are implicit in the developmental movements but 
do not play a primary or causative role. Development is spatially ordered motion of 
matter. 

Somewhat surprisingly, the developmental movements are discussed in terms of 
"Stoffwechselfelder" (metabolic fields). This appears to be a term without much factual 
content, since the attendant metabolic processes are only discussed in the most general 
terms and without referring to the literature. The first half of the book discusses such 
"metabolic fields" during cleavage and in the embryo as a whole. The second half is 
concerned mainly with organogenesis in the fetus. Here no less than eight main categories 
of "metabohc fields" are distinguished, which carry the labels of corrosion, densation, 
contusion, distusion, retension, dilation, parathelial, and detraction fields. What is meant 
by all these should be read in the original. 

The book is very well produced and, as usual with this author, superbly illustrated. 
There are no references. 



REPRODUCTION, SEXUAL DEVELOPMENT, GAMETOGENESIS, FERTILIZATION 

(see also 4,19,24,28,60,1 17,120) 

Treatises 

43. 

A. C. GIESE and J. S. PEARSE, eds. 1974/75. REPRODUCTION OF MARINE INVER- 
TEBRATES 

Academic Press, New York, etc. 

Vol.1 Acoelomate and pseudocoelomate metazoans. XII,546 pp., 184 figs., 14 tabs., 
author, subject, and taxonomic indexes. $ 38.00, £ 17.85 

Vol. II Entoprocts and lesser coelomates. XIV,344 pp., 115 figs., 10 tabs., author, sub- 
ject, and taxonomic indexes. $ 36.50 

These are the first two volumes of a 7-volume treatise that for the first time will bring 
together the widely scattered data on the reproduction of all groups of free-living marine 

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invertebrates. Judging from these volumes the treatise will be an invaluable work of 
reference not only for reproductive biologists but also for developmental biologists 
working with these animals. All chapters follow approximately the same format and 
consecutively cover, inter alia, asexual reproduction, sex determination, germ cell origin, 
gametogenesis and reproductive cycles (and the factors influencing them), spawning, 
embryonic development, larval development, and metamorphosis. 

Apart from an introductory chapter on general principles by the editors, the 10 chap- 
ters in vol. I and the 9 chapters in vol. II each deal with a specific group. Understandably 
in a work of this kind, not all chapters are equally up to date; no consistent attempts at 
updating have apparently been made. With respect to development the coverage and 
illustrative material vary among chapters, and in a few cases are minimal and restricted to 
descriptive data. 

The books are very well produced and illustrated with good line drawings and with 
numerous beautiful light and electron micrographs, most of them original and often not 
pubhshed before. 



44. 

E. S. E. HAFEZ and T. N. EVANS, eds. 1973. HUMAN REPRODUCTION: conception 

and contraception 

Harper & Row, New York, etc. XXII,778 pp., 259 figs., 99 tabs., subject index. $ 26.95, 

£ 14.25 

This monumental treatise will be of most immediate interest to clinicians, but parts of 
it will be very useful to human embryologists. It was written by a well-selected team of 
57 co-authors, most of them American but with a spattering of Europeans as well. A high 
multidisciplinary standard was ensured by having each chapter reviewed by at least three 
other specialists in the field concerned. 

Of the book's five parts, the entire first part, entitled Parameters of human fertility, is 
of great interest to embryologists. It covers ca. 250 pages and has chapters on spermato- 
genesis, parameters of male fertility, oogenesis and follicular growth, gamete transport, 
fertilization, implantation, reproductive life cycle, human reproductive endocrinology, 
and immunologic aspects of infertility. All these are well written , well organized, and 
fully documented. Together they present the latest state of the art in an area where rapid 
advances have been made during the last decades. The remaining four parts of the book 
deal with fertility inhibition, consequences of fertility inhibition, stimulation of fertility, 
and social aspects of population control. 

Great care has been devoted to the many illustrations, all of which were specially 
prepared for this book. The numerous photographs and electron micrographs are very 
well reproduced. Many very clear summarizing diagrams are also included. The produc- 
tion of the book is excellent. 



45. 

B. LOFTS, ed. 1974. PHYSIOLOGY OF THE AMPHIBIA. Vol. II 

Academic Press, New York, etc. XII, 592 pp., 115 figs., 17 tabs., author, species, and 

subject indexes. $ 45.00, £ 21.15 

Contents: 1. Integrative functions of the brain, 2. Cytology of the adenohypophysis, 
3. Reproduction, 4. The physiology of vitellogenesis, 5. Reproductive and courtship 
patterns, 6. Intersexuality 

Volume I of this treatise appeared in 1964 (J. A. Moore, ed.). A third volume is to be 
published in the near futur'i. The present volume was written by an international team of 
specialists and brings togethei a wealth of information otherwise often not easily found. 

The topics of the various chapters are interrelated and further integration has been 
attempted by cross-referencing. The scope of the book transcends the strictly physiologi- 

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cal. Chapter 5 is by far the longest (over 200 pp.) and has an enormous reference hst. All 
chapters are up to date till 1971 or '72 except the last, which goes no further than 1969. 
Most chapters are profusely illustrated. The reproduction of photographs and electron 
micrographs is fair to good. 



Monographs 

46. 

A. BOLOGNARI. 1974. RICERCHE SUL NUCLEOLO, LA VITELLOGENESI, L'APPA- 

RATO DEL GOLGI E LA CELLULA DEI TUMORI EFFETTUATE NELL' ISTITUTO 

DI ZOOLOGIA DELL'UNIVERSITA DI MESSINA DAL 1953 AL 1973 (Researches on 

the nucleolus, vitellogenesis, Golgi apparatus and the tumour cell, carried out at the 

Institute of Zoology of Messina University between 1953 and 1973) 

Univ. degli Studi, Messina. 156 pp. 

A summary in Italian and English of the cytological work of the author and his 
associates carried out over a period of 20 years, largely on the oocytes of various 
invertebrates. Separate chapters on the nucleolus (two functional phases), vitellogenesis 
(possible role of ribosome aggregation; yolk "transformation"), the Golgi apparatus, and 
the tumour cell (parallels with the oocyte). Close to 150 references, for the most part to 
papers in Italian by the author and his former associates. 



47. 

J. C. CZYBA, J. COSNIER, C. GIROD and J. L. LAURENT. 1973. ONTOGENESE DE 

LA SEXUALITE HUMAINE; developpement des appareils genitaux et du comportement 

sexuel 

SIMEP, Villeurbanne. VI, 165 pp., 15 figs., 25 pis., subject index. Ffr. 99.10 (paper) 

This monograph deals in concise fashion with the whole of human sexual develop- 
ment, from fertilization till the emergence of phenotypic and socio-culturally determined 
differences in sexual behaviour. This is a complicated subject that could easily fill a fat 
volume. Here the treatment is extremely condensed, which makes the book difficult to 
read in places, particularly because much knowledge of various areas of science is 
presupposed. The terminology used is not always unambiguous. On the other hand, the 
most recent views at the time of writing are incorporated and the documentation is 
extensive, so that the book is useful as a first introduction for advanced students and 
beginning investigators. 

The book is illustrated largely with coloured diagrams. These are not always very 
successful and the colours are painful to the eye. A general flaw of the book is the lack of 
correlation between text and figures; the latter are therefore often difficult to understand 
and the captions are insufficient to remedy this. The chapter bibliographies together 
number 21 pages of small print. There is a useful tabular survey of the ontogenesis of 
sexual characteristics. 



48. 

L. GALLIEN. 1973. BASES CYTOLOGIQUES ET GENETIQUES DE LA SEXUALITE 
Gordon & Breach, Paris, etc. Cours et Documents de Biologie vol. 5. XVI,391 pp., 
129 figs., 9 tabs., author and subject indexes. $ 35.50, £ 15,40 

Contents: I. Introduction; II. Les cellules germinales - lignee germinale-soma-germen; 
III. Meiose et gametogenese; IV. La fecondation; V. Mecanismes generaux de la 
determination du sexe; VI. Les chromosomes sexuels; VII. Demonstration des meca- 
nismes de I'homo-heterogametie dans la determination du sexe; VIII. Intersexualite — 

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bipotentialite et balance genique de sexe; IX. Mecanismes polyfactoriels et determina- 
tion du sexe; X. Determination genetique du sexe chez les mammiferes — cas de 
I'homme; XI. Cas particuliers de la determination du sexe; XII. Sommaire general 

This clearly written and extremely well-organized account of the cytology and genetics 
of sex could be of great value to both advanced students and active investigators. The 
more the pity that the most recent advances could not be incorporated. Perhaps the 
author can be persuaded to update the book fairly soon, particularly since an English 
version seems to be planned. The book may be regarded as a companion volume to the 
author's book on sex differentiation reviewed below (no. 49). 

The table of contents speaks for itself. Selected examples are drawn from the whole 
animal kingdom except the protozoans. The concluding chapter is mainly a brief sum- 
mary of the present-day cytogenetic theory of sex determination. 

The book is profusely illustrated, mainly with good line drawings. The bibliography 
comprises over 500 titles; the most recent literature dates from 1969/70. 



49. 

L. GALLIEN. 1973. DIFFERENCIATION ET ORGANOGENESE SEXUELLE DES 

METAZOAIRES 

Masson, Paris. Maitrises de Biologic. X,250 pp., 93 figs., 3 tabs., author and subject 
indexes 

Contents: 1. Aspects morphologiques de la sexualite chez les Metazoaires; 2. Analyse 
experimentale de la morphogenese sexuelle chez les Invertebres; 3. Organogenese 
sexuelle chez les Vertebres; 4. Effets epigenetiques et controles endocriniens dans la 
differenciation sexuelle des Vertebres; 5. Analyse experimentale du role des hormones 
dans I'organogenese sexuelle des Vertebres; 6. Biochimie de la differenciation sexuelle 
chez les Vertebres 

The author of this monograph is one of the doyens in this field, and he has given us a 
clearly written, very complete, and critical expose. The only thing to be regretted is that 
it is not entirely up to date. For instance, two recent and already influential theories, 
those of Ohno and Mittwoch, are not mentioned. Nevertheless, a book like this was 
urgently needed, and it will be of great value both to students and investigators. 
Understandably, the problem of the germ line and the determination of primordial germ 
cells is left out of consideration. (See review no. 48 above.) 

The table of contents speaks for itself. The book is concluded by a brief resume of the 
five main phases of vertebrate sexual development, exemplified by the author's favourite 
object, Pleurudeles, and by a very useful chart summarizing almost everything that is 
known about these phases in amphibians. 

The book is profusely illustrated with line drawings and photographs. The literature 
list comprises over 400 titles; with very few exceptions the most recent titles date from 
1969. 



50. 

W. P. LUCKETT, ed. 1974. REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY OF THE PRIMATES 

Karger, Basel, etc. Contributions to Primatology vol. 3. XII,288 pp., 193 figs., 17 tabs., 

subject index. SFr. 129.00, $ 47.00 (paper) 

Contents: I. Evolutionary trends in primate sex cycles (Butler); 2. Comparative 
morphology of the primate ovary (Koering); 3. Oogenesis in adult prosimian primates 
Anand Kumar); 4. Biology of primate spermatozoa (Bedford); 5. Comparative develop- 
ment and evolution of the placenta in primates (Luckett); 6. Comparative aspects of 
primate chorionic gonadotropins (Tullner); 7. Placental biosynthesis and metabolism 
of steroid hormones in primates (Ryan and Hopper) 

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The preparation of this volume was prompted by the relative lack of information on 
basic reproductive parameters in primate species frequently used in bio-medical research. 
The topics selected are those for which comparative data are available and whose nature 
permits speculation on their possible phylogenetic significance. 

All chapters are authoritative and systematically organized reviews. The book is well 
produced and the numerous light and electron micrographs are of very good quality. 



51. 

D. M. PHILLIPS. 1974. SPERMIOGENESIS 

Academic Press, New York, etc. 68 pp., 53 figs., subject index. $ 7.50, £ 3.60 (paper) 

This monograph illustrates the structure of the organelles of mature spermatozoa and 
traces their morphogenesis during sperm formation. Most of the illustrations are of 
mammalian and insect spermatids and sperm. The homologies between the structures seen 
in them are stressed with a view to presenting as unified a picture as possible. 

Most illustrations are excellent whole- or half-page original electron micrographs. They 
are supplemented by line drawings and diagrams reproduced from various sources. There 
is a list of more than 150 references referred to in the text. 



Symposium reports 

52. 

A. BOUE and C. THIBAULT, eds. 1974. LES ACCIDENTS CHROMOSOMIQUES DE 
LA REPRODUCTION (Chromosomal errors in relation to reproductive failure) 
INSERM (Inst. Natl, de la Sante et de la Rech. Med.), Paris. INSERM Colloques et 
Seminairesvol. 23.425 pp., 76 figs., 115 tabs. F.fr.50.- , $ 12.- (paper) 

This international symposium was held in Paris in September, 1973. In it took part 
some 30 scientists from France (15), various other European countries, and North 
America. The papers are in French or English, and all have summaries in the other 
language. The discussions following the papers are not recorded. 

The 29 papers are arranged in four groups as follows: I Observations in man (9); II 
Observations in mammals (4); III Investigations on the mechanism of production of 
chromosomal anomalies (7); IV Epidemiology in man (9). Sections I and III contain 
several papers that are of direct interest to mammalian embryologists. Eight pages of 
closing remarks are provided by Benirschke. 

The book is produced in photo-offset and contains many good photographic plates. 



IMPLANTATION, PLACENTA, FETAL MEMBRANES AND FLUIDS (see also 50, 110, 

116) 

Dissertations 

53. 

E. EIDT. 1973. DIE PLACENTATION BEI MAUS UND RATTE, eine Literaturstudie 

D.V.M. dissertation, Hannover. 1 12 pp., 10 figs., 13 tabs. 

Critical discussion of the literature on the basis of Starck's views; unsolved problems; 
discussion of terminology; 49 references for mouse, 63 for rat. 



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Symposium reports 

54. 

K. S. MOGHISSI and E. S. E. HAFEZ, eds. 1974. THE PLACENTA, biological and clinic- 
al aspects 
Thomas, Springfield. XV1,406 pp., 162 figs., 30 tabs., author and subject indexes. 

$ 29.50 

This book contains the papers read at a symposium held in Detroit some time during 
1972, and is therefore no longer entirely up to date. Most of the contributors were 
Americans, but some other countries were also represented. Most papers range in length 
from about 15 to 30 pages and consist of a mixture of review material and summaries of 
original research that was recent to very recent at the time of writing. 

The 16 contributions are arranged in four sections as follows: 1. Placental structure 
(2 papers on transmission and scanning electron microscopy); 2. Transport and exchange 
mechanisms (7 papers); 3. Metabolic and endocrine aspects (5); 4. Clinical aspects (2, of 
which one on the fetus as a homograft). 

The electron micrographs in section 1 are well reproduced. The book is luxuriously 
produced and therefore rather expensive. 



55. 

S. NATELSON, A. SCOMMEGNA, and M. B. EPSTEIN, eds. 1974. AMNIOTIC FLUID, 

physiology, biochemistry, and clinical chemistry 

Wiley, New York, etc. Current Topics in Clinical Chemistry, vol. 1. XV1I1,386 pp., 

169 figs., 52 tabs., subject index. £ 10.80, $ 19.95 

This book contains the proceedings of a conference held in Chicago in May, 1973. All 
participants were Americans. The book has a strongly clinical slant, yet about ten 
contributions are of potential interest to mammalian and human embryologists. 

The 29 contributions vary widely in length and are arranged in four sections. In 
section I (Formation and composition) we mention reviews on development and func- 
tional morphology of the amnion; on dynamics of amniotic fluid; on interrelations 
between AF and urine; on urea and glucose concentrations; on osmolahty, non-protein 
nitrogen, and bilirubin; and on uric acid, creatinine, and total protein. A research report 
deals with epinephrine and norepinephrine. Section II (Immunoglobulins and other 
proteins) contains two reports of potential general interest, as well as two contributions 
dealing with the Rhesus problem. The remaining sections are entitled Composition 
changes with fetal maturity and Diagnosis of genetic disorders, and are of mainly clinical 
interest. 

The book is well produced and well illustrated. 



56. 

J. S. PERRY, ed. 1974. IMPLANTATION 

Blackwell Scient. Publ., Oxford, etc. J. Reprod. Fertil. 39 (1). 77 pp.. 18 figs.. 18 pis., 
6 tabs. £ 2.50 (paper) 

This symposium was held in Bangor, Wales in July 1973. The proceedings consist of 
eight papers, five of which are reviews or mixtures of review and research material. The 
authors came from the U.K., Sweden, Belgium, the U.S.A., and Australia. 

Morphological, physiological, and experimental aspects of normal and delayed implan- 
tation are considered. A special feature is the inclusion of two papers on marsupials and 
one on the roe deer. Several papers contain beautiful photographic plates. 



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TERATOGENESIS (see also 38,39) 

Treatises 

57. 

D. H. M. WOOLLAM and G. M. MORRISS, eds. 1974. EXPERIMENTAL EMBRYOLOGY 

AND TERATOLOGY. Vol. I 

Elek Science, London. Vin,136 pp., 52 figs., 13 tabs., subject index. £ 4.00 

Contents: 1. The relationship between mother and embryo during the preimplantation 
period with particular reference to fertility and fitness of the offspring (Adams); 2. 
Problems associated with the screening of drugs for possible teratogenetic activity 
(Palmer); 3. The growth and development of large arteries (Berry); 4. Human organ 
culture: apphcations in the screening of teratogenic drugs (Rajan); 5. The effects of 
hyperthermia on pregnancy and prenatal development (Edwards) 

This new serial publication is a continuation of "Advances in Teratology" on a broader 
basis. The reviews it contains cover both basic and applied aspects of (mainly mammalian) 
normal and abnormal development. The editors would welcome suggestions for articles 
falling within this general scope. 

The reviews contained in this first volume hardly need recommendation. The book is 
well produced in photo-offset and the photographic illustrations are well reproduced. 



Monographs 

58. 

M KARKINEN-JAASKELAINEN. 1973. SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL RESTRICTION 

OF MUMPS VIRUS INDUCED LESIONS IN THE DEVELOPING CHICK LENS 

Munksgaard, Copenhagen. Acta Pathol. Microbiol. Scand. Sect. A, suppl. No. 243. 52 pp., 
19 figs., 5 tabs. 

Infection in vivo and in vitro at stages of open and closed lens vesicle; production of 
cataract in the former due to the virus itself (hemagglutination by allantoic fluid, 
immunofluorescence of lenses, electron microscopy); excellent micrographs. 



Symposium reports 

59. 

D. T. JANERICH, R. G. SKALKO and I.H.PORTER, eds. 1974. CONGENITAL DE- 
FECTS, new directions in research 

Academic Press, New York, etc. XIV,294 pp.. 37 figs., 1 pi., 55 tabs., subject index. 
$ 12.50 

This symposium was held in Albany, N.Y. in October, 1972. It is one of those 
instances where one wonders whether publication of symposium proceedings more than a 
year after the event is of much use, especially in the case of a rather informal affair like 
this symposium. Nevertheless, the book contains a certain amount of information that 
might still be unknown to some teratologists and pediatricians. Some of this is in the 
group discussions. 

The material in the book that seems of most interest to our readers consists of a 
thoughtful analysis of teratogenic testing procedures by Layton, a paper by Skalko on the 
incorporation of teratogenic agents into the mammalian embryo, a review of mechanisms 
of cleft palate formation by Larsson, and a paper by Runner on micromelia in the chick 

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traceable to defects in dehydrogenase and molecular assembly. A brief paper by Clarke 
Fraser on maternal effects in congenital malformation is also interesting. 



60. 

A. G. MOTULSKY and W. LENZ, eds. 1974. BIRTH DEFECTS 

Excerpta Medica, Amsterdam; American Elsevier, New York. Internat. Congress Series 
No. 310. XVIII,373 pp., 1 17 figs., 66 tabs., subject index. Dfl. 105.00, about US $ 40.40 

Contents: I. Advances in genetics ^nd cell biology as a background for research in birth 
defects; II. The biological basis of future therapy (gene therapy, reproductive biology, 
immunology, enzyme therapy); III. Biology of sex determination and differentiation 
and its disorders; IV. Causation: epidemiological and laboratory clues (environmental 
causation, mutagenicity testing); V. Modern approaches to diagnosis and prevention 
(intrauterine diagnosis, disease prevention, genetic counselling); Workshop sessions 
(summaries) 

This is the report on the Fourth International Conference on Birth Defects held in 
Vienna in September, 1973. As the table of contents shows, in the programme much 
emphasis was placed on basic biological aspects, and this is the reason why the book is of 
interest to a much broader circle of readers than the title suggests. 

Almost all of the 31 contributions in the five main sections are short to medium-length 
authoritative reviews written by outstanding experts from many different countries. 
Section I has five interesting papers on molecular-genetic and chromosome studies and on 
cell fusion. The papers of most immediate interest to developmental biologists are to be 
found in sections II and III. We particularly mention the contributions by R. G. Edwards 
and by Nossal in section II, and those by Cattanach, Jost, Ohno, and Goldstein and 
Wilson in section III. Section IV has a paper by J. G. Wilson on primate teratogenesis. 
Further items that are well worth reading are the keynote address by Ebert and the 
discussion of ethical issues by Motulsky. 

Luxury production, though pleasing, has led to an inordinately high price. 



DEVELOPMENTAL PATHOLOGY, CANCER (see also 46,52,57,60) 

Monographs 

61. 

H. FRITZ-NIGGLI. 1972. STRAHLENBEDINGTE ENTWICKLUNGSSTORUNGEN 

Springer, Berlin, etc. Handbuch Med. Radiol. B.II/3. 61 pp., 42 figs., 5 tabs. 

Well organized and useful summary of developmental radiation effects, with emphasis 
on insects and mammals (including man); separate sections on minimal doses in man and 
on mechanisms of radiation effect; ca. 300 references, seldom more recent than 1969/70. 



Dissertations 

62. 

R. BLUZAT. 1973. ETUDE EXPERIMENTALE DE LA RADIOSENSIBILITE EMBRY- 

ONNAIRE DU DORYPHORE, LEPTINOTARSA DECEMLINEATA SAY. (Coleoptere, 

Chrysomelide) 

Ph.D.thesis, Paris (Orsay). 66 pp., 22 figs., 10 pis., 30 tabs. (Mimeographed) 

Partial X-irradiation of eggs (pole cells and blastoderm); total 7-irradiation of embryos 
at all stages; larval development after irradiation; fertility of imagos after irradiation; 
parallels with ■^ H-actinomycin binding: illustrated with micrographs. 

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Symposium reports 

63. 

T.J.KING, ed. 1974. DEVELOPMENTAL ASPECTS OF CARCINOGENESIS AND 

IMMUNITY 

Academic Press, New York, etc. XVI,218 pp., 73 figs., 25 tabs., subject index. $ 8.95, 
£4.35 

The 32nd Symposium of the Society for Developmental Biology was held in June, 
1973. Contributions were presented by fourteen leading specialists, twelve from the 
U.S.A., one from England, and one from Australia. Collectively they show how important 
recent advances in both cancer research and immunology are (or can be in the future) for 
advancing our insight into fundamental processes of development. 

The contributions are reviews or mixtures of review and recent original material, and 
most of the authors have made an effort to bring out the relevance of their subject for 
developmental biology (particularly the problem of the differentiated state). The four- 
teen contributions are arranged in five sessions: Multipotentiality of the tumorous state; 
Cell proliferation, differentiation and neoplasia; Cell surface changes; Transformation of 
cells in culture; and Immunity and oncogenesis. The cell types involved in the work 
reported are usually human or mammalian cell lines but include such things as plant 
tumour cells and teratocarcinomas. There are some interesting speculations on transla- 
tional control of neoplasia and on the role of reverse transcriptase. 



64. 

K. S. MOGHISSI, ed. 1974. BIRTH DEFECTS AND FETAL DEVELOPMENT: endo- 
crine and metabolic factors 
Thomas, Springfield. Xll,334 pp., 94 figs., 45 tabs., author and subject indexes. $ 24.50 

This symposium was held in Detroit in November, 1971. Consequently it is probably 
partly out of date at the time this review is printed. The book is of most interest to 
pediatricians and bio-medical researchers, but some contributions are certainly of interest 
to mammalian embryologists. 

Most of these are found in Sections One and Two: MetaboUc and nutritional factors 
affecting fetal growth and development (5 papers), and Endocrine and environmental 
factors (5). Of these ten papers, half are longer reviews and the rest shorter research 
reports. Of the reviews we mention one by Villee on endocrine regulation of pregnancy 
and fetal development, one by Jost (Paris) on mechanisms of normal and abnormal sex 
differentiation in the fetus, and one by Gardner (now in Oxford, England) on micro- 
surgical approaches to the study of early mammalian development. Section Three is 
entitled Recognition, prevention and management of birth defects. 

The book is well produced but the photographic illustrations are not too well 
reproduced. Some figures surprisingly lack captions. 



65. 

W. NAKAHARA, T. ONO, T. SUGIMURA, and H. SUGANO, eds. 1974. DIFFER- 
ENTIATION AND CONTROL OF MALIGNANCY OF TUMOR CELLS 
University Park Press, Baltimore, etc. XX, 554 pp., 250 figs., 150 tabs. $39.50, £ 18.00 

The relationship between differentiation and cancer has been formulated in two ways: 
cancer is a disorder of differentiation, or oncogenesis is blocked ontogenesis. The recent 
advances in the molecular and cell biology of cultured cells have shown that the problems 
in the two areas are remarkably similar. Therefore, this symposium volume is of consider- 
able interest to developmental biologists. The symposium was held in Tokyo in 1973 and 
had as participants 1 1 renowned specialists from Japan, 12 from the U.S.A., and 7 from 
Western Europe. The level of the papers is remarkably uniform, and they are well edited. 
They all summarize or review very recent research by the authors and others, much of it 

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previously unpublished. A maximum amount of data is presented in a minimal space. 

The 29 papers are arranged in five sections as follows: Regulation of gene expression 
(10 papers); Phenotypes of tumor cells (5); Control of differentiation; induction (5); 
Control of differentiation: suppression (3); Tumor reversal (6). We mention the following 
contributors: Tomkins, Ohno, Paul, G. Schapira, Rutter in the first section (which is of 
the most general interest), and F. Schapira, Prasad, Silagi, Holtzer, Ono, Pierce in other 
sections. All contributions are followed by highly pertinent discussions. 

The book is very well produced and illustrated but unfortunately has no indexes. 



66. 

M. WINICK, ed. 1974. NUTRITION AND FETAL DEVELOPMENT 

Wiley, New York, etc. XII, 188 pp., 70 figs., 41 tabs., subject index. $ 14.50, £ 7.90 

This book is based on an international symposium held in New York in November, 
1972, and will primarily be of interest to paediatricians. During the past five years or so 
evidence has accumulated for a relationship between early malnutrition and subsequent 
retarded brain development. The book reviews the latest evidence available in 1972. 

Of the eight papers the first three are of most direct interest to our readers: Cellular 
changes in intrauterine malnutrition (by Brasel, 14 pp.); Biochemical markers of intraute- 
rine malnutrition (by Metcoff, 18 pp.); and Pathophysiologic changes in intrauterine 
malnutrition (by Minkowski et al, 34 pp.). All of these are reviews of recent work on 
mammals and man. 

The book is well produced and illustrated. 



REGENERATION, RENEWAL (see also 28,29,73,92,1 19) 

Textbooks 

67. 

R. J. GOSS. 1974. REGENERATION; Probleme - Experimente - Ergebnisse, Translated 

from the English by K. Bergerhoff 

Thieme, Stuttgart. VI,288 pp., 128 figs.. 2 tabs., subject index. DM15.80 (paper) 

This is the translation of a highly successful book which appeared in 1969 and was 
reviewed in Gen. Embryol. Inf. Serv., Suppl. 13 (1970), p. 14. Superficially the translation 
reads well, but if it is compared with the original it becomes apparent that the translator 
does not know quite enough English and moreover is not an expert in the field. This has 
led to all sorts of confusing mistakes and incorrectnesses. One of the worst is the 
translation of "territory" by "Feld". 

The numerous excellent illustrations are well reproduced and the photographs have 
not lost too much detail. Names of authors have been removed from the index. 



68. 

T. LENDER. 1974. LA REGENERATION ANIMALE 

Presses Universitaires de France, Paris. Collection SUP; Le Biologiste 6. 192 pp., 73 figs., 

subject index 

Contents: I. Quelques exemples de regeneration dans le regne animal; II. L'origine et la 
nature des cellules de regeneration; III. Influence du systeme nerveux et des hormones 
sur le pouvou- de regeneration; IV. Les mecanismes de la morphogenese 

This clearly organized little book is suitable for biology students, but because of the 
selective treatment and the limited number of references it is hardly useful to active 

216 



I 



investigators. The text reads well but there is little room for the discussion of divergent 
views. A major issue like that of the reaUty of neoblasts (which is much debated today) 
receives a conservative treatment. Morphogenesis in the regenerate is discussed almost 
exclusively in terms of inductive and inhibitory actions; this is one way of looking at the 
prol^Iem, but certainly not the only one. The brief discussion of the relationships between 
regeneration and regulation is unsatisfactory, and so is the equation of the stump ("la 
base") to a morphogenetic field; it is not at all clear what the author means. 

The major animal groups in which regeneration has been studied are adequately 
covered, but it is a pity that no mention is made of the important recent work on 
gradients in the insect limb. 

The book is illustrated with simple but adequate line drawings. A few dozen key 
references only are given in the form of footnotes. The subject index is very brief. 



Monographs 

69. 

L. D. LIOZNER, ed. 1974. ORGAN REGENERATION, a study of developmental bio- 
logy in mammals, translated from the Russian by B. Haigh 

Consultants Bureaux - Plenum, New York, etc. Studies in Soviet Science. X,330 pp., 
27 figs., 13 tabs. $ 45.00, £ 18.75 

Contents: I. Effect of the quantity of tissue removed on legeneration of organs; IE 
Age and regenerative capacity; HE The endocrine regulation of regeneration; IV. The 
tissue-specific regulation of reparative growth; V. The lymphoid tissue and organ 
regeneration; VI. Stimulation of regeneration; VIE Effect of transplantation and 
ischemia on regeneration; VIIE The effect of function on regeneration; IX. Regenera- 
tion under pathological conditions; X. Regeneration and irradiation 

This book was first published in Moscow in 1972. It is a collaborative effort by ten 
workers at the Institute of Human Morphology, Academy of Medical Sciences of the 
U.S.S.R. They have made an inventory of the conditions of organ regeneration in 
mammals, a subject on which during the last quarter of a century much work has been 
done in the USSR which is generally not very well known in the West. This translation is 
therefore particularly welcome. 

The table of contents speaks for itself. In most chapters the subject matter is arranged 
according to separate organs. Liozner has provided a lengthy introduction and conclusion. 
Here the emphasis is on general principles and often involved theoretical arguments, while 
a certain amount of polemics is also included (particularly with Polezhaev's views). 

The translation is competent. The book is sparsely illustrated; some of the micrographs 
are very black, but the publisher is not to blame for this. The bibliography comprises 
close to 900 titles, over half of which refer to Russian work. There are no indexes. 



70. 

N. A. SVENDGAARD, A. BJORKLUND, and U. STENEVE 1975. REGENERATIVE 

PROPERTIES OE CENTRAL MONOAMINE NEURONS 

Springer, Berlin, etc. Advan. Anat. Embryol. Cell Biol. Vol. 51,4.77 p., 24 figs., subject 
index 

Rat irises transplanted into various sites in the adult rat brain (irises were normal or 
previously denervated; hosts were normal, ciliarectomized or sympathectomized); study 
of patterns of reinnervation by noradrenaline, dopamine, and indolamine neurons by 
means of fluorescence microscopy; vascularization of grafts studied by fluorescent perfu- 
sion; numerous photomicrographs, photomontages, and semidiagrammatical summary 
drawings. 

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ORGANOGENESIS, HISTOGENESIS (incl. tissue and organ culture, histochemistry) (see 

also 3,14,37,42,90,100.1 16,1 19) 

Treatises 

71. 

W. HIMWICH, ed. 1974. BIOCHEMISTRY OF THE DEVELOPING BRAIN. VOL. 2 

Dekker, New York. VII, 325 pp., 23 figs., 20 tabs., author and subject indexes. $ 25.50 

Contributors: Barbashova, Howard, O'Neill, Shirachi, Simanovskii, Sutherland, Trevor, 
Van Den Berg, Winick 

Vol. 1 of this treatise was briefly reviewed in Gen. Embryol. Inf. Serv. 75, 2, p. 185. 
The authors of the present volume are American, Russian, and Dutch. The seven chapters 
deal successively with the following subjects; hormones, growth and DNA content; 
carbohydrates; metabolism in vitro; enzymes; cellular growth; influence of hypoxia and 
hypokinesia. 

The book has a bibliography of over 500 titles; the most recent ones are of 1971, with 
a few titles of later years. 



Monographs 

11. 

L. V. DAVLETOVA. 1974. DIGESTIVE ORGAN DEVELOPMENT IN RUMINANTS 

AND OMNIVOROUS ANIMALS (in Russian) 

Izd. Nauka, Moscow. 136 pp., 40 figs., 21 tabs. 

Ch.l covers embryonic, pre-fetal, early fetal, and late fetal periods; emphasis on 
functional histology of digestive tract and relations with intra-uterine nutrition; ch.2 deals 
with functional morphology in relation to modes of ingestion, multiple pregnancy, and 
racial differences; illustrated mainly with histochemical micrographs; 13-page biblio- 
graphy (9 pp. Russian). 



73. 

R. M. GAZE and M. J. KEATING, eds. 1974. DEVELOPMENT AND REGENERATION 

IN THE NERVOUS SYSTEM 

Medical Dept., British Council, London. Brit. Med. Bull. 30, 2. 85 pp., 20 figs., 5 tabs. 
£2.50, $ 6.50 (paper) 

Of the 15 papers in this special issue at least ten are of interest to all neuro-embryolo- 
gists. All but one of these are condensed but very readable reviews of areas in which major 
advances have recently been made. Among them are neuronal specificity, brain metabo- 
lism, and what may be loosely called plasticity in the nervous system (both embryonic 
and postnatal). Because of their terseness the reviews are also eminently suited for the 
non-specialist who wants to bring himself up to date. 

We specifically mention the following contributors: Prestige, Gaze, Mark, Balazs, 
Keating, Blakemore, and Dobbing. Most of the hterature cited is recent to very recent. 
Several papers contain clear diagrams especially made for this issue. 



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74. 

J. MILAIRE. 1974. HISTOCHEMICAL ASPECTS OF ORGANOGENESIS INVERTE- 
BRATES. Part I. The skeletal system - Limb morphogenesis - The sense organs 
Fischer, Stuttgart. Handbuch der Histochemie vol. 8 suppl. pt. 3. VI, 135 pp., 76 figs., 
author and subject indexes. DM1 10.00 

Thfe first part of this supplement deals with the skeletal system, limb morphogenesis, 
and the sense organs. A forthcoming second part will deal with the CNS, the urogenital 
system, and the ectodermal derivatives. The subject matter in the first part is discussed 
very ably and sensibly against a background of experimental-embryological data obtained 
mostly in birds and amphibians. Most of the descriptive data and illustrations refer to 
various mammals and the chick. In all cases organogenesis is considered from its very first 
beginnings. 

All illustrations are original and very good; several are in colour, the substances shown 
are RNA, glycogen, alkaline and acid phosphatase, and ATP and AMP phosphohydrolases. 
The 15-page bibliography is up to date until 1970; later references are relatively scarce. 



75. 

W. J. MOORE and C. L. B. LAVELLE. 1974. GROWTH OF THE FACIAL SKELETON 

IN THEHOMINOIDEA 

Academic Press, London, etc. VIII, 236 pp., 30 figs., 35 tabs., subject index. £ 6.60, 

$ 17.50 

Contents: 1 . The pattern of growth in the facial skeleton of Homo sapiens; 2. Sites of 
facial growth in Homo sapiens; 3. The control of facial growth; 4. Comparative aspects 
of facial growth with special reference to the Hominoidea 

This book is of much wider interest than to members of the orthodontic profession 
alone. Indeed, it has been the aim of the authors to distill what is essential from the 
recent, predominantly clinical Uterature, and to divest it of "esoteric" terminology so as 
to make it accessible to all workers interested in skeletal growth and its regulation. Only 
the normal pattern of growth is considered. 

Chapter 1 is the longest, its bulk being devoted to the prenatal and postnatal growth 
patterns and the growth of the dental arches. Ch.2 describes the sites of growth in the 
cranial base, the upper facial skeleton, and the mandible against a background of general 
principles of bone growth. Ch.3 then examines the control of facial growth. It has 
sections on differentiation and early morphogenesis, on later growth, and on mechanisms 
of growth control. The latter two sections rely strongly on Moss's concept of "functional 
components". The subject matter and conclusions of the final chapter are mainly of 
phylogenetic interest. 

The book is well produced and illustrated with clear line drawings. 



76. 

S. C. J. van der PUTTE. 1975. THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE LYMPHATIC SYSTEM 

IN MAN 

Springer, BerUn, etc. Advan. Anat. Embryol. Cell Biol. Vol. 51, 1 . 60 pp., 33 figs., 1 tab., 

subject index 

Study based on serial sections of 40 human embryos ranging in length from 8 mm 
(total) to 33 mm (CR); photomicrographs, schematic drawings, and 11 very clear graph- 
ical reconstructions, from inception till complete establishment of main lymphatic trunks; 
conclusions contrary to those of Kampmeier. 



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77. 

A. RAEDLER and J. SIEVERS. 1975. INFLUENCES OF EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN 

EDEMA ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE VISUAL SYSTEM 

Springer, Berlin, etc. Advan. Anat. Embryol. Cell Biol. Vol. 51, 2. 60 pp., 27 figs., 1 tab., 

subject index 

Rat fetuses and newborns (day 11 of gestation till day 14 of postnatal life) treated 
with 6-aminonicotinamide; electron microscopy of retina, brain stem, corpus geniculatum 
laterale, coUiculus superior, and cortex; discussion with emphasis on glioblastic-neuronal 
relations in differentiation; extensive -reference list; good low- and high-power electron 
micrographs. 



78. 

A. RAEDLER and J. SIEVERS. 1975. THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE VISUAL SYS- 
TEM OF THE ALBINO RAT 

Springer, Berlin, etc. Advan. Anat. Embryol. Cell Biol. 50, 3. 88 pp., 16 figs. 

Integrated light- and electron-microscopic study of retina, brain stem, corpus genicula- 
tum laterale, coUiculus superior, and visual cortex; fetuses and newborns (day 13 of 
gestation till day 14 postnatally); correlation of histological and cytological development; 
extensive discussion also considers functional integration; extensive reference list; very 
good light and electron micrographs. 



79. 

C. SVALANDER. 1974. ULTRASTRUCTURE OF THE FETAL RAT ADENOHYPO- 

PHYSIS 

Periodica, Copenhagen. Acta Endocr. Suppl. 188 to vol. 76. 112 pp., 49 figs., 8 tabs. 

Very thorough light and electron microscope study on fetuses of days 13-22 of 
gestation; phosphatase electron histochemistry; morphometry of secretory granules and 
ER; numerous light and electron micrographs. 



80. 

L. THORN. 1975. DIE ENTWICKLUNG DES CORTISCHEN ORGANS BEIM MEER- 

SCHWEINCHEN 

Springer, Berhn, etc. Advan. Anat. Embryol. Cell Biol. Vol. 51, 6. 97 pp., 22 figs., 1 tab. 

Continuous phase-contrast and electron-microscopical study from day 36 of pregnancy 
(CRL 4 cm) till birth; day-by-day description with numerous good light-and electron- 
micrographs; extensive discussion; English summary. 



81. 

R. P. ZHENEVSKAYA. 1974. NEUROTROPHIC REGULATION OF THE PLASTIC 

ACTIVITY OF MUSCULAR TISSUE (in Russian) 

Izdat. Nauka, Moscow. 239 pp., 50 figs., 3 tabs, (paper) 

Chapters on plastic condition of neuromuscular apparatus; plasticity in regenerating 
and transplanted muscle; restoration of innervation in transplanted muscle; role and 
nature of neurotrophic regulation in restorative dynamics of muscle; 36-page bibliography 
(21 pp. Russian); illustrated with line drawings and photographs. 

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Dissertations 

82. 

A. DRUKKER. 1974. THE RENIN- ANGIOTENSIN SYSTEM IN NEWBORN DOGS; 

Developmental patterns, response to saline load and relation to intrarenal haemodynamics 

and so'dium excretion during maturation 

M. D. thesis, Utrecht. XII, 153 pp., 41 figs., 11 tabs. 

In puppies from birth to three weeks of age the following parameters were studied: 
plasma renin activity (radio-immunoassay), intrarenal distribution of blood flow (xenon 
washout and krypton autoradiography), glomerular filtration rate, and fractional excre- 
tion of sodium (the latter three during saline diuresis); 60-page literature review with 
emphasis on developmental aspects. 



83. 

J. JUNTUNEN. 1974. MORPHOLOGICAL STUDIES ON THE INDUCTION OF THE 

POSTSYNAPTIC MEMBRANE OP THE MYONEURAL JUNCTION 

M.D. thesis, Helsinki. Acta Inst. Anat. Univ. Helsinkiensis suppl.7. 32 pp., 1 tab. 

Brief report based on six preceding publications (1968-73); no illustrations; cholineste- 
rase histochemistry and electron microscopy; effects of denervation, nerve conduction 
blockade, muscle immobilization, and interference with axoplasmic streaming. 



84. 

J. KJAERGAARD. 1973. ANATOMY OF THE CAROTID GLOMUS AND CAROTID 

GLOMUS-LIKE BODIES (NON-CHROMAFFIN PARAGANGLIA) with electron 

microscopy and comparison of human foetal carotid, aorticopulmonary, subclavian, 

tympanojugular, and vagal glomera 

M.D. thesis, Odense. 328 pp., 175 figs., 9 tabs., subject index. 

Very thorough light- and electron-microscopic study based on semi-thin and ultrathin 
sections of specific areas of four human fetuses of 10—11 wks. (55—62 mm. CRL); 
extensive literature discussions also consider development; emphasis in results on morpho- 
logy and fine structure; numerous good light and electron micrographs. 



85. 

G. J. R. MAAT. 1974. LATE DIFFERENTIATION OF THE THYROID GLAND IN THE 

RAT EMBRYO, a morphological and histochemical study 

M.D. thesis, Leiden, 131 pp., 49 figs., 1 tab. 

Light- and electron-microscopic study of the lateral thyroid lobes of rat embryos during 
the last five days of gestation; electron peroxidase histochemistry as a test for cell 
differentiation; numerous good electron micrographs; extensive bibliography and litera- 
ture discussion. 



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86. 

A J VERBOUT. 1974. DE VROEG-EMBRYONALE ONTWIKKELING VAN DE WER- 

VELKOLOM VAN HEX SCHAAP, MET EEN KRITISCHE TOETSING VAN DE THEO- 

RIE DER "NEUGLIEDERUNG" (The early embryonic development of the vertebral 

column of sheep, with a critical evaluation of the "Neugliederung" theory) 

M.D. thesis, Leiden. 162 pp., 9 figs., 68 pis. English summary (6 pp.) (mimeographed) 

Study of serial sections (in 3 directions) of a continuous series of sheep embryos of 
3-16 mm CRL; results verified in other mammals and man; refutation of "Neuglieder- 
ung" theory; numerous photomicrographs and diagrams, and 3 steric reconstructions. 



Symposium reports 

87. 

S. R. BERENBERG, M. CANIARIS, and N. P. MASSE, eds. 1974. PRE- AND POST- 
NATAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE HUMAN BRAIN 

Karger, Basel, etc. Modern Problems in Paediatrics, vol. 13. XVI, 359 pp., 122 figs., 
35 tabs. SFr. 129.-, $ 47.25, £ 18.80, DM 123.- 

This symposium was held in Paris in December, 1972. Of the 28 papers, some 16 are 
of direct or potential interest to our readers. Among the authors of these, five are from 
France, four from the U.S.A., and the remainder from four West-European countries. The 
papers in question vary in length: some are research reports, others are reviews of recent 
research. They are in French or English, and most have summaries in both languages. 
About half deal explicitly with the human brain. 

The papers of interest to our readers are to be found in the following sections: Cell 
biology and morphology (5); Biochemistry (9); Electrophysiology (2). Other sections deal 
with the role of sensory stimuli and nutrition, and with behavioural aspects. 

The book is well printed and illustrated, but also rather expensive. It has no indexes. 



CELLULAR DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY (incl. cell culture, cytochemistry) (see also 

3,6,18,27,63,65,70,106,119) 

Textbooks 

88. 

F. BECK and J.B.LLOYD, eds. 1974. THE CELL IN MEDICAL SCIENCE. Vol.2 

Cellular genetics, development and cellular specialization 

Academic Press, London, etc. XVII1,597 pp., 217 figs., 21 tabs., author and subject 

indexes. £ 1 1.30, $ 29.25 

This book is one volume of a 4-volume collaborative textbook written by a large team 
of mo.stly British authors. It is meant mainly for the use of senior undergraduate students 
but can be very useful to research workers who want information outside their own fields 
of specialization. It is quite definitely not a work of reference, and reference lists were 
intentionally kept brief. No comprehensive cover of cell biology was attempted; on the 
other hand, the editors have devoted much attention to the coherence among the 
numerous chapters. All chapters are moreover well written and clearly organized. 

The chapters in this volume which are of immediate interest to our readers are that by 
Brynmor Thomas on the kinetics of cell production, and two concise chapters by 
R. Bellairs (together occupying 64 pages) which deal with cell differentiation, pattern 
formation, cell communication, cellular growth, and some special aspects of development 
(the oocyte and fertilization, the lens, the formation of muscle, and migratory cells). 
These chapters are ideally suited as a first introduction into the problems of modern 
vertebrate embryology. 

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Other chapters in the book deal with biochemical genetics, mammalian and human 
cytogenetics, sex chromatin, ageing, and a number of specialized cell types. This last part 
is continued in vol. 3. Vol. 4 deals with intracellular control, the control of protein 
synthesis, and intercellular regulation. Vol. 1 is entitled The cell and its organelles. The 
books are well produced and illustrated. 



Monographs 

89. 

A. AHONEN. 1973. HISTOCHEMICAL AND ELECTRON MICROSCOPIC OBSERVA- 
TIONS ON THE DEVELOPMENT, NEURAL CONTROL AND FUNCTION OF THE 
PANETH CELLS OF THE MOUSE 

Scand. Physiol. Soc, Stockholm. Acta Physiologica Scandinavica, suppl. 398. 71 pp., 
53 figs., 2 tabs. 

Histology, (fluorescence) histochemistry, and some electron microscopy of develop- 
ing Paneth cells in small intestine and colon of mice aged 5d. to 6wk.; further experi- 
ments on adult mice; mainly illustrated with (fluorescence) light micrographs. 



90. 

G. GOLDSPINK, ed. 1974. DIFFERENTIATION AND GROWTH OF CELLS IN VER- 
TEBRATE TISSUES 
Chapman & Hall, London. XII,323 pp., 36 figs., 80 pis., 5 tabs., subject index. £ 10.30 

Contributors: Bellamy, Brown, Ebling, Goldspink, Gondos, Harris, Horton, Jacobson, 
Jones, Manning, Pritchard 

This book, written by nine British and two American authors, will be particularly 
useful for advanced students. It concentrates on the development of cells in vivo, 
particularly in those tissues on which most information is available: nervous system, 
muscle, bone and connective tissue, skin, gonads, blood, and lymphoid organs. Morpholo- 
gy, physiology, and biochemistry receive equal attention. 

All chapters are well organized and clearly written. Of particular value are the 
excellent opening chapter by Brown and Jones on basic concepts of differentiation and 
growth of cells (52 pp.) and the concise but very clear concluding chapter by Bellamy on 
cellular ageing. 

Some of the chapter bibliographies are quite extensive. The book is well illustrated; 
particularly the numerous photographic plates are excellent. For a book of this kind the 
index could have been more detailed. 



91. 

G. M. PADILLA. I.L.CAMERON, and A.ZIMMERMAN, eds. 1974. CELL CYCLE 

CONTROLS 

Academic Press, New York, etc. X,370 pp.. Ill figs., 31 tabs., subject index. $ 16.00, 

£7.70 

Although there is little in this volume that was written from a strictly developmental 
viewpoint, the cell cycle is so basic to developmental biology that we briefly characterize 
the book as a service to our readers. It is a series of concise reviews written by an 
international team of specialists and dealing with the control of the cell cycle in many 
different lower and higher eukaryotic cell types. Unpublished material is included in most 
of the reviews. 

The 22 reviews are grouped into three sections as follows: Regulation and timing of 

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the cell cycle (8 papers, headed by a review by Zeuthen); Gene expression in the cell 
cycle (8, headed by Mitchison); Nuclear and chromosomal activity in the cell cycle (6, 
headed by Mazia). 



92. 

Z. A. RYABININA and V. A. BENYUSH. 1973. CELLULAR POLYPLOIDY AND 
HYPERTROPHY IN GROWTH PROCESSES AND RENEWAL (in Russian) 
Meditsina, Moscow. 208 pp., 58 figs., 42 tabs. English summary 

Ch. 1. Cytological characteristics of cell populations in the internal organs of adult 
animals; ch.2. Growth aspects of cytological changes; ch.3. Analysis of normal and 
reparative organ growth; ch.4. Methods for the investigation of polyploidy; 16-page 



bibliography (5 pp. Russian). 



93. 

L.SACHS. 1974. DIE REGULATION VON WACHSTUM UND DIFFERENZIERUNG 

BEI NORMALEN UND TUMOR-ZELLEN 

Akad. der Wissensch. und der Literatur, Mainz; F. Steiner, Wiesbaden. Karl-August- 
Forster-Lectures 7. 28 pp. ca. DM 9.80 (paper) 

Text of a lecture presented in April 1971 in Mainz; summary of work on normal and 
transformed fibroblasts and granulocytes in vitro; 15 pp. plus 5 pp. discussion; no 
illustrations; no references. 



94. 

W. J. VAN WAGTENDONK, ed. 1974. PARAMECIUM, a current survey 

Elsevier, Amsterdam, etc. XVII1,499 pp., 304 figs., 53 tabs., subject index. $58.50, 

DEL 140.00 

Contents (abbreviated): 1. Morphology, taxonomy and general biology (Vivier); 2. 
Mating type determination and development (Butzel); 3. Surface antigens (Finger); 4. 
Behavior and motor response (Dryl); 5. Growth patterns and morphogenetic events in 
the cell cycle (Kaneda and Hanson); 6. The structure oi Paramecium as viewed from its 
constituent levels of organization (Ehret and McArdle); 7. Nutrition (Van Wagten- 
donk); 8. Intracellular particles (Soldo) 

As the editor of this book says in his preface, topics were selected for inclusion that 
had not already been extensively discussed in other books and recent reviews. It follows 
that the book cannot claim to be entirely comprehensive. There is also some overlap 
among chapters, and no attempt at unification of terminology has been made. Yet the 
individual chapters are valuable reviews and reference sources, which also contain much 
new material. All chapters are well organized and have been updated by means of 
addenda. 

Obviously it is ch.5 (44 pages) that is of most direct interest to our readers. Unlike the 
other chapters, it is largely based on the authors' own research on carefully timed 
interfission stages. Three phases are distinguished: post-fission, morphostatic, and mor- 
phogenetic. Stages of stomatogenesis are compared with those in other hymenostome 
ciliates. To explain overall growth patterns and the shape of the cell the authors postulate 
a gel-like "framework" underlying the visible surface structures. 

The book is handsomely produced and superbly illustrated with numerous light and 
electron micrographs and drawings. It is concluded by a bibliography on Paramecium 
covering the two decades since 1953 (1354 titles). Regrettably, there is no author index. 

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Dissertations 

95. 

U. P. van der WAL. 1974. DE MOBILIZATIE VAN DE DOOIER VAN LYMNAEA 
STAGNALIS L. (The mobilization of the yolk oi Lymnaea stagnalis L.) 
Ph.D. thesis, Utrecht. 82 pp., 9 figs., 5 graph., 1 tab. English summary (2 pp.) (mimeo- 
graphed) 

Early cleavage stages; ultrastructure of transforming yolk granules; localization of 
newly synthesized proteins in transforming yolk granules (^H-leucine incubation and 
EM-autoradiography); discussion of enzyme function in yolk granules; numerous excel- 
lent electron micrographs and EM-autoradiographs. 



Symposium reports 

96. 

B. CLARKSON and R. BASERGA, eds. 1974. CONTROL OF PROLIFERATION IN 

ANIMAL CELLS 

Cold Spring Harbor Lab., Cold Spring Harbor. Cold Spring Harbor Conferences on Cell 
Proliferation vol. 1 . XIV, 1029 pp., 385 figs., 220 tabs., subject index. $ 30.00 

This is the report of the first conference on cell proliferation held at the Cold Spring 
Harbor Laboratory. It was an experiment, but a highly successful one. Here one finds in 
one mammoth volume a cross section through nearly all the new frontiers of this 
relatively young branch of biology. Almost all the leading investigators were there, most 
of them from North America but with a sizeable proportion from other parts of the 
world, particularly the United Kingdom, Switzerland (Basel), and Israel (Rehovot). 

The 78 brief to medium-length papers are arranged in five sections as follows: Growth 
factors (11 papers). Viral transformation, revertants, and mutants (7), The cell surface 
(27), Biochemistry of the cell cycle (20), and Prohferation kinetics, differentiation, and 
external influences (13). Most, but by no means all papers deal with hemopoietic cells, 
lymphocytes, and fibroblasts, and about half report work on normal rather than neoplas- 
tic cells. As is brought out in the concluding summary by Stoker, most of the conference 
dealt with three main aspects: the incoming signals, the role of the cell surface, and 
intracellular switches and responses. 

The book is well produced at a reasonable price. The subject index is extensive. 



97. 

R. L. DAVIDSON and F. F. DE LA CRUZ, eds. 1974. SOMATIC CELL HYBRIDIZA- 
TION 
Raven, New York. XVI1I,295 pp., 58 figs., 57 tabs., author and subject indexes. $ 23.25 

This international conference was held in March, 1973 in Winter Park, Fla. It was 
attended by 48 speciaUsts from the U.S.A., the United Kingdom, and various Western- 
European countries. All the major areas of research involving cell hybridization were 
covered. The discussions held at the conference are included, complete with literature 
references. 

The 33 papers are arranged in four sections as follows: Chromosome segregation and 
gene linkage in hybrid cells (8 papers). Viruses, cell membranes, and malignancy in fused 
cells (5), Regulation of gene expression in hybrid cells (16), and Gene expression in 
heterokaryons (4). Clearly the last two sections are of most interest to developmental 
biologists. Section III is opened by a review on the control of expression of differentiated 
functions in cell hybrids by Davidson (20 pp.), and contains a commentary by Ephrussi in 
which he calls attention to the fundamental enigma of embryonic determination. Section 
IV starts with a review on the regulation of gene expression in heterokaryons (with 

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emphasis on events in the nucleus) by Ringertz (26 pp.). It also has a brief paper by 
Graham on the fusion of mouse blastomeres. 
The book is very well produced and illustrated. 



98. 

D. B. DRACHMAN, ed. 1974. TROPHIC.FUNCTIONS OF THE NEURON 

New York Acad, of Sciences, New York. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. Vol. 228. 423 pp., 

171 figs., 38 tabs. $ 31.00 (paper) 

This is the report of a conference held in March, 1973, in which the large majority of 
participants were American. Most of the 29 contributions are reviews or mixtures of 
review and research report. Virtually all the trophic interactions discussed, both within 
the nervous system and between neurons and other target cells, fall into three categories: 
formation of cell connections, maintenance of the integrity of target cells, and regulation 
of the properties of target cells. 

Papers of direct interest to developmental biologists are to be found particularly in 
Section I (Development of neural connections; 4 papers), and section VI (Other trophic 
systems; 10 papers). The latter section features such systems as the regenerating amphi- 
bian limb, the neuromuscular junction, the taste bud, spinal motor neurons, cortical 
neurons, and ganglia. One paper deals with the insect nervous system. Other sections deal 
with denervation and regulation of muscle and with possible mechanisms of neurotrophic 
action. 

The volume is adequately illustrated. 



99. 

A. A. MOSCONA, ed. 1974. THE CELL SURFACE IN DEVELOPMENT 

Wiley, New York, etc. XIV, 334 pp., 127 figs., 37 tabs., combined author and subject 

index. $ 24.00 

This volume contains the proceedings of a symposium held in Montreal in August, 
1973. Unhke many other similar books it will not be rapidly out of date. This is because 
the authors have made an effort to give their reviews a broad background, and because 
theoretical aspects and possible new approaches are frequently considered. The book is 
therefore of interest to all developmental biologists and not only to those working on the 
cell surface. Of the 27 contributors, 23 are from North America. 

Not all of the 16 reviews strictly fall within the subject defined by the title. This holds 
for the chapters on cartilage differentiation, somatic cell hybridization, and development 
and cancer. Of the others one deals with artificial lipid bilayers, the remaining ones with a 
wide variety of animal cell types and approaches, which cannot all be enumerated. Suffice 
it to say that every chapter is thoroughly up to date and has something new to offer in 
the way of findings or ideas. Of course not all areas of membrane biology relevant to 
development are represented, but the selection is varied and well considered. 

The production of the book and especially the reproduction of the numerous photo- 
graphs and electron micrographs is of high quality. 



100. 

M. PRUNIERAS, L. ROBERT, and C. ROSENFELD, eds. 1973. DIFFERENCIATION 

DES CELLULES EUCARYOTES EN CULTURE (Differentiation of eukaryotic cells in 

culture) 

INSERM (Inst. Natl, de la Sante et de la Rech. Med.), Paris. INSERM Colloques et 

seminaires vol. 19. XII, 299 pp., 85 figs., 26 tabs. F.fr. 50.00, $ 12.00 (paper) 

This volume resulted from a postgraduate course on cell biology and cell culture given 
aL Cretei! (near Paris) in June, 1973. Of the four sections (24 papers) only section I 

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(Differentiation - molecular and cellular aspects) is of direct significance to develop- 
mental biologists. It contains 1 1 reviews and research reports. 

Of the former we mention Cellular and tissue differentiation of mesenchyme (Robert 
and Robert), Collagen biosynthesis and its regulation (Frey), and Interactions between 
sclerotome and periaxial extracellular material in vertebral cartilage differentiation (Stru- 
del). The following research reports may be mentioned: Synthesis and secretion of 
collagen by fibroblasts (Frey et al), Differentiation of elastic tissue in the aorta (Courtois 
et ai), and Tooth morphogenesis and cytodifferentiation in vitro (Ruch and Karcher). All 
these papers are in French but all have Enghsh summaries. 



Collection of papers 

101. 

I. GERSH, ed. 1973. SUBMICROSCOPIC CYTOCHEMISTRY 

Academic Press, New York, etc. 2 vols. 

Vol. I Proteins and nucleic acids. XXIV, 388 pp., 351 figs., 4 tabs., author and subject 

indexes. $ 35.00 

Vol. II Membranes, mitochondria, and connective tissues. XVI1I,245 pp., 192 figs., 

6 tabs., author and subject indexes. $ 22.00 

This book is not a treatise but rather the report of an extensive and very original 
project carried out by the editor and his associates over a period of more than a dozen 
years. It started with the introduction of new methods for rapid freeze-drying of cells 
followed by postfixation and staining by means of reagents in the vapour phase. These 
techniques were subsequently appUed to a great variety of biological material. The studies 
reported in this book centre on two main topics: morphological aspects of genetic control 
in the nucleus, and the role of the cell in the formation of extracellular components. The 
approach is largely cytochemical, but with a strong emphasis on morphology. 

Vol. I deals mainly with distribution patterns of nucleic acids in relation to protein 
synthesis (particularly the conformation of DNA in first-, second- and higher order helices 
and its association with the nuclear membrane). It is perhaps of most interest to 
developmental biologists, because the findings and the conclusions (and informed specula- 
tions) based on them have a profound bearing on the problem of gene regulation (at a 
relatively coarse level) in determination, cell heredity, differentiation, and cell matura- 
tion. This work surely begins to fill the gap between prokaryotes and eukaryotes, and it is 
surprising that this was possible by meticulously applying an essentially morphological 
approach! In vol. II most of the emphasis is on the molecular and macromolecular 
organization of (particularly internal) membranes, and on the origin and distribution of 
the major macromolecular aggregates of connective tissue. 

We briefly enumerate here those of the materials studied which are of particular 
interest to developmental biologists: Drosophila syncytial blastoderm, Z)raiO/;/!//a salivary 
gland, Drosophila imaginal discs, various differentiated and developing mouse cell types, 
metaplastic mouse vaginal epithelium, cat spinal ganghon cells during nerve regeneration 
(all in vol. I); epiphysial chondrocytes of rat tibia, rat cartilage matrix (in vol. II). Vol. II 
is concluded by a chapter by Gersh entitled Summary, synthesis, and speculations. All 
25 chapters have a brief summary. 

The books are beautifully produced and illustrated mainly with a profusion of superb 
light and electron micrographs, supplemented by explanatory line drawings. 



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DEVELOPMENTAL BIOCHEMISTRY, MOLECULAR BIOLOGY (see also 6,19,27,71, 

95,97,99,100,107,114) 
Textbooks 

102. 

J. BRACHET. 1974. INTRODUCTION TO MOLECULAR EMBRYOLOGY 

English Univ. Press, London - Springer, New York, etc. Heidelberg Science Library 
Vol. 19. XIV, 176 pp., 67 figs., subject index. $ 5.90, DM 14.40 (paper) 

J. BRACHET. 1974. INTRODUCTION A L'EMBRYOLOGIE MOLECULAIRE 

Masson, Paris. Collection de Biol. Moleculaire 1. VIII, 197 pp., 67 figs., author and subject 

indexes. F.fr. 98 

These two books are basically very similar and are therefore reviewed together. Both 
were written primarily for students, but the French book presupposes more knowledge of 
molecular biology and is slightly more detailed in certain areas. It also gives more 
literature for further reading, which in the English version is restricted to a minimum. 
Both books could also serve as an introduction for molecular biologists into the major 
problems and approaches of the complex science of embryology. 

The arrangement of the subject matter is largely but not strictly parallel. Both books 
contain an outhne of the basic facts of descriptive and experimental embryology. They 
then proceed to discuss in systematic fashion the molecular-biological aspects of gameto- 
genesis and egg maturation, fertilization, cleavage, early embryogenesis in invertebrates 
and vertebrates, nucleo-cytoplasmic interactions, and finally (and very briefly) later cell 
differentiation. 

The books are lucidly and critically written, as we expect from this author. Yet the 
present reviewer is inclined to regret two things: first, that virtually no attention is 
devoted to early mammahan development, and second, that the author considers the 
concept of determination as so ambiguous that he has decided to leave it out of the 
discussion. True, little is known about the molecular biology of determination, but it is so 
basic to developmental biology that is should present a major challenge to the molecular 
embryologist of tomorrow. 

The illustrations are practically the same in the two books. They include many good 
photographs, which however in the French version (printed in Spain) are rather badly 
reproduced. The French book is also by far the most expensive. 



103. 

D. E. S. TRUMAN. 1974. THE BIOCHEMISTRY OF CYTODIFFERENTIATION 
Blackwell, Oxford, etc. VI, 122 pp., 51 figs., 13 tabs., combined author and subject 
index. £ 3.50 (cloth), £ 2.00 (paper) 

This book is the first in a series of short texts aimed primarily at students of 
biochemistry and cell biology. It is highly sucessful in all respects: clarity of style, 
modernity of treatment, selection of examples, and illustrations. The treatment is in the 
main restricted to higher vertebrates. Notwithstanding the limited size of the book the 
student really gets a grasp of the subject and of its main theoretical superstructure. The 
book also seems almost ideal as an introduction into molecular embryology for zoologists 
and geneticists. 

The book is well produced and has an excellent bibliography of 160 titles. 



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Monographs 

104. 

O. GREENGARD, ed. 1973. BIOCHEMICAL BASES OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF 

PHYSIOLOGICAL FUNCTIONS 

Karger, Basel, etc. Enzyme Vol. 15, No. 1-6. IV ,380 pp., 84 figs., 60 tabs., author and 
subject indexes. S.fr. 96.00, DM 90.00, $ 29.00 (paper) 

Contributions for this special issue of "Enzyme" were invited from a truly interna- 
tional group of authors. It is published simultaneously as a book by S. Karger. Of the 
22 papers six are research reports and the remaining ones reviews of recent work by the 
authors and others. Most of them range in length from about 10 to about 20 pages. Many 
have extensive bibliographies (50-150 titles). 

The editor writes in her Preface: "The sudden growth of precisely defined, quantita- 
tive information about the changing compositions of tissues in the developing animal has 
stimulated the assembly of this Special Issue". The focus is on late prenatal and postnatal 
stages in laboratory mammals, man, and birds. Many papers deal with enzymes and 
(precocious) enzyme induction, but several treat other cell and tissue constituents, 
organelle activities, effects of hormones and cycUc AMP, specific binding proteins, etc. 
Cultured cells are used in several studies. The organ most frequently studied is the liver, 
but at least half a dozen other tissues are dealt with in one or two papers. 

The brief subject index is rather inadequate. 



105. 

J. PAUL, ed. 1974. BIOCHEMISTRY OF CELL DIFFERENTIATION 

Butterworths, London; University Park Press, Baltimore, MTP Intern. Review of Science, 
Biochemistry Series One 9. Xn,380 pp., 85 figs., 26 tabs., subject index. £ 8.50, $ 19.50 

Contents: 1. The development of the cellular slime moulds; 2. The role of phyto- 
chrome in controlling enzyme levels in plants; 3. Macromolecular synthesis in sea 
urchin development; 4. Nucleic acid synthesis during oogenesis and early embryonic 
development of the amphibians; 5. Mammalian erythroid cell differentiation; 6. 
Oestrogen-induced differentiation of target tissues; 7. Protein synthesis and degrada- 
tion in animal tissue; 8. mRNA stability and the control of specific protein synthesis in 
highly differentiated cells; 9. RNA polymerase and transcriptional regulation in physi- 
ological transitions; 10. The role of chromosomal proteins as gene regulators 

The MTP International Review of Science is a new venture in scientific publishing. Its 
basic concept is to provide regular authoritative reviews of entire disciplines which are to 
be updated at regular intervals. The series addresses both investigators and advanced 
students and is carefully edited. 

The editor of the present volume has had in mind a wider group of biologists than 
those actively engaged in the area concerned, as well as biochemists who are put off by 
the complexities of biology. He has provided an introduction and five brief editor's 
comments between chapters, which admirably serve to make the volume read as a 
continuous story. The ten essays making up the volume are written by an international 
team of outstanding experts and are well organized. They range in length from about 20 
to about 50 pages of smallish type (the chapter on sea urchins is only 10 pages long). The 
volume describes the scene as it was in mid-1973. 

The book is well produced, and illustrated mainly with numerous graphs. The index is 
good and the price very reasonable. 



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Symposium reports 

106. 

E. D. HAY, T.J.KING, and J. PAPACONSTANTINOU, eds. 1974. MACROMOLE- 

CULES REGULATING GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT 

Academic Press, New York, etc. XII, 244 pp., 93 figs., 22 tabs., subject index. 

The 30th Symposium of the Society for Developmental Biology was held in June, 
1971, and the book has therefore been very long in the making. It is a heterogeneous 
collection of reviews with a strong -emphasis on cell biology, and several contributions 
have no direct developmental relevance. 

We will restrict ourselves to briefly characterizing the contents. Papers of most 
immediate interest to developmental biologists are one by Burger on the role of the cell 
surface in cell growth and cell transformation, one by Cohen and Taylor on epidermal 
growth factor, one by O'Malley et al. on hormonal control of chick oviduct growth and 
differentiation, and one by McCarthy and Janowski on the separation of active and 
inactive segments of eukaryotic chromatin. Three papers deal with the formation and 
organization of plant cell walls, one with tumour growth, one with mammalian chromo- 
some organization, and the remainder with strictly molecular-biological topics. 



DEVELOPMENTAL GENETICS, EVOLUTION (see also 9,23,48,101) 

Treatises 

107. 

B. LEWIN. 1974. GENE EXPRESSION. Vol. 2, Eucaryotic chromosomes 

Wiley, London, etc. XIV,467 pp., 1 15 figs., 7 tabs., subject index. £ 8.00 (cloth), £3.95 

(paper) 

Contents: 1. Structure of the chromosome; 2. Chromosome functions during the cell 
cycle; 3. Protein components of the chromosome; 4. Sequences of eucaryotic DNA; 5. 
Transcription and processing of RNA; 6. Control of transcription; 7. Interactions 
between nucleus and cytoplasm 

This first volume of this book dealt with bacterial genomes. The present volume is 
concerned largely, though by no means entirely, with the chromosomes of higher 
vertebrates (particularly mammals). Together they constitute the first comprehensive and 
critical review of this whole area, and as such will be of great value to advanced students 
and molecular embryologists. Vol. 2 is perhaps best characterized by a quotation from 
the preface: 

This book . . . presents a view of gene expression in higher cells; and attempts to pose 
some of the questions which we should at present ask in cell biology and to suggest 
some of the lines along which solutions may come. 1 have been as concerned to set out 
possible concepts of how gene expression may be controlled as to relate the facts 
which we have so far gathered. Where paradoxes exist which cannot yet be reconciled, 
I have tried to give a balanced account of ways to view them. 

The book is clearly organized. The treatment is of course to some extent selective, yet 
the bibliography covers 40 pages of close print. The table of contents speaks for itself; 
suffice it to add that ch.7 (which is of most direct interest to developmental biologists) 
has sections on nuclear transplantation (1 1 pp.), somatic cell hybridization (14 pp.), and 
the genetic complement of hybrid cells (16 pp.). 

The illustrations include many original diagrams as well as numerous good light and 
electron micrographs. In the bibliography the large majority of titles are less than 
10 years old, and many date from 1973. (The lay-out of the bibliography lacks clarity; 
the subject index is less than adequate.) 

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Textbooks 

108. 

C. L. MARKERT and H. URSPRUNG. 1974. ENTWICKLUNGSBIOLOGISCHE GENE- 

TIK 

Fischer, Stuttgart. Grundlagen der modernen Genetik Bd. 10. XII, 176 pp., 118 figs., 
subject index. DM 34.00 (paper) 

This book first appeared in America in 1971 and has been quite successful. It is meant 
for advanced students with a good background in molecular biology, since the emphasis is 
on differential gene action in development. It was reviewed in Gen. Embryol. Inf. Serv., 
suppl. to vol. 14, p. 42. 

The second author has translated the book and has taken the opportunity to update 
and extend it slightly. However, the basic set-up has remained the same. The main 
improvements are the correction and extension of various figure legends, and the extension 
of most chapter bibliographies to two or three times their original length. The number of 
figures has remained the same, though two figures were replaced. The subject index was 
extended. 



Symposium reports 

109. 

F. H. RUDDLE, ed. 1973. GENETIC MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT 

Academic Press, New York, etc. XII,383 pp., 97 figs., 35 tabs., author and subject 

indexes. $ 28.00, £ 13.15 

The 31st Symposium of the Society for Developmental Biology (U.S.A.) once more 
hits the bull's eye. It was held in June, 1972. The 13 reviews are all highly informative 
and clearly set out. It was a good idea to include reviews on genetic control in 
bacteriophage lambda and T4 development and in sporulating bacteria. Also of interest is 
a chapter on cell genetics of higher plants. The volume is concluded by a summary of a 
panel session on social aspects of genetic engineering, consisting of brief statements by 
four scientists and a theologian. 

The remainder of the contents can be briefly characterized by enumerating the 
systems dealt with: Drosophila sperm, the Drosophila embryo, Drosophila mosaics 
(mapping of behaviour), the Mexican axolotl, the early mammalian embryo, the chick 
oviduct (ovalbumin regulation), the Xenopus genome, and cell heterokaryons and hy- 
brids. 

The book is produced with the usual exemplary care. 

DEVELOPMENTAL PHYSIOLOGY (incl. endocrinology, immunology, behaviour, etc.) 

(see also 37,47,49,63,64,66,82,98,104) 

Treatises 

110. 

J. B. JOSIMOVICH, M. REYNOLDS, and E. COBO, eds. 1974. LACTOGENIC HOR- 
MONES, FETAL NUTRITION, AND LACTATION 

Wiley, New York, etc. Problems of Human Reproduction vol. 2. XVI,483 pp.. 125 figs., 
43 tabs., subject index. $ 25.00, £ 13.55 

This book IS primarily of interest to clinicians, but parts of it can be of use to 
mammalian embryologists. These are to be found particularly in Part Two, which is 
entitled Placental structure and protein hormone secretion, and fetal nutrition. It begins 
with a review by Laga et al. in which major sections are concerned with the quantitative 
structure and composition of human placentas and its relationship to placental function. 

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Then follow chapters on the relation of chorionic gonadotropin and somatomammotropin 
to maternal and fetal nutrition, by Kaplan and Grumbach, Emerson et al, and Crosignani. 

In Part Three (The mammary gland and the control of lactation) three chapters seem 
to be of interest to our readers: Morphologic changes of the mammary gland during 
development, pregnancy and lactation (by Salazar and Tobon); Hormonal control of 
cellular events during lactogenesis (by Rivera, who treats lactation as a developmental 
process); and Placental peptide hormones affecting fetal nutrition and lactation (by 
Matthies', who also describes the putative role of these hormones in the maintenance of 
gestation). Part One is entitled CJiemical and biologic characterization of pituitary and 
placental lactogenic hormones, and consists of eight chapters. 

The book is well produced and contains excellent light and electron micrographs. 

Textbooks 

111. 

V. WIGGLESWORTH. 1974. INSECT HORMONES 

Oxford Univ. Press, London. Oxford Biology Readers No. 70. 16 pp., 21 figs. 30p. 

(paper) 

As may be expected from this author, this is an excellent, though of course very 
condensed summary of the subject. The illustrations were chosen with care. 

Monographs 

112. 

B. L. ASTAUROV, edit. 1974. HORMONAL FACTORS OF INDIVIDUAL DEVELOP- 
MENT (in Russian) 
Publ. House Nauka, Moscow. 346 pp., 123 figs., 28 tabs. 

Collection of 28 brief reviews and research reports (including 4 by French, 2 by 
Hungarian, one by a Yugoslavian author); various aspects of the formation and function 
of endocrine organs in embryos and fetuses of various vertebrates including man; brief 
English summaries; profusely illustrated - light and electron micrographs of reasonable 
quality. 



113. 

B. M. FREEMAN and M. A. VINCE. 1974. DEVELOPMENT OF THE AVIAN 

EMBRYO, a behavioural and physiological study 

Chapman and Hall, London. XVIII,362 pp., 109 figs., 9 pis., 19 tabs., subject index. 

£10.10. 

Contents: I. Behaviour: 1. Incubation requirements, 2. General development, postural 
changes, activity and relationship between the embryo and other structures within the 
shell, 3. Vocalization and communication in the natural situation, 4. Effects of 
external stimulation on embryonic activity, rate of development and time of hatching, 
5. The nervous system, 6. The development of sensory systems, 7. Conditioning of the 
chick embryo and conclusions to chapters 1-7, 8. The newly hatched bird, II. 
Physiology: 9. Gaseous exchange and oxygenation of the embryo, 10. Nutrition and 
utilization of albumen and yolk, 11. Acid-base balance, 12. Excretion and water 
balance, 13. Hormones in development, 14. Mobilization and utilization of calcium 
stores, 15. Physiology of hatching, 16. The neonate 

This book is an invaluable source of information for those working on the later stages 
of bird embryos in ovo. It describes the major events of embryonic development which 
result in a viable hatchling, and the underlying mechanisms. Part one covers 120, and part 
two 150 pages. The earliest stages considered are early somite stages, and the treatment 
extends into the early neonatal period. The list of avian species referred to in one or more 
places in the text comprises more than 80 names. 

There are two extremely useful appendixes. The first is an 8-page tabular chronological 
survey of development in the domestic fowl, harmonized with Hamilton/Hamburger 

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stages. The second appendix is an excellent photographic atlas of the chick embryo in 
relation to the shell, yolk, albumen, and membranes at intervals of one day. 

The book is well produced and profusely illustrated. It has a number of good 
photographic plates apart from those in appendix 2. The bibliography comprises 
ca. 1 .000 titles, is up to date until late 1973, and contains many titles in languages other 
than Engfish. 



114. 

G. K. ROUSSEV. 1974. PROGRAMME OF EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT DIRECTED 
BY ONTOGENINES (in Bulgarian) 

Publ. House Naouka i Izkoustvo, Sofia. 298 pp., 21 figs., 18 pis., 20 tabs. English sum- 
mary (12 pp.) 

The author of this book has worked with aqueous extracts of early amphibian 
embryos since 1954. He claims to have isolated no less than 247 different "ontogenines" 
from embryos ranging from the fertilized egg to the tailbud stage. Their effects can be 
tested by simply introducing them into the culture solution of other embryos. There are 
four classes of effect: general inhibiting, general promoting, stage-specific inhibiting, and 
stage-specific promoting. 

During development the ontogenines appear and disappear during specific periods of 
the order of minutes to hours. Preliminary biochemical analysis suggests that low-molecu- 
lar ontogenines may be peptides or nucleotidylpeptidates, and some of the high-molecular 
ones DNP-RNP-glycoprotein complexes. Ontogenines seem to have effects on translation 
and transcription and even on the structure of DNA. Their activity seems to require 
binding to specific cell fractions and they can pass between cells. 

There is much more in this book than can be related here. Although it is difficult to 
judge the quality of the work from the English summary, the approach certainly is a 
novel one and a translation of the book would seem to be justified. (Up to now the 
author has only occasionally published in the West.) 



Sytnposium reports 

115. 

W. J. BURDETTE, ed. 1974. INVERTEBRATE ENDOCRINOLOGY AND HORMONAL 

HETEROPHYLLY 

Springer, Berlin, etc. XV1II,437 pp., 91 figs., 83 tabs., combined index to subjects, 
species, and contributors. DM 55.70, $ 21.50 

Although nowhere stated, this book is apparently based on a symposium held some 
time during 1971. Many of the papers are therefore out of date. We mainly review it here 
because it contains a series of brief reviews on insect endocrinology that may be of some 
use to those working on morphogenetic hormones. 

Most of the reviews in question are to be found in the section Hormonal control of 
metamorphosis in part I of the book. There is an interesting introduction by Wiggles- 
worth, and papers by Judy, Kobayashi, Karlson, Sekeris, Thomson, and Burdette (the 
latter containing original results on the action of viruses on polytene chromosomes). The 
other sections of part I deal with hormone assays and with biosynthesis and degradation 
of insect hormones. Part II contains three papers by Japanese workers on ecdysones. Part 
III deals with hormones and protein synthesis in mammals (and is strangely out of place), 
while part IV discusses Hormonal heterophylly - an ill-considered word for the action of 
hormones from one phylum (arthropods) on the tissues of another (vertebrates). 



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116. 

J. DANCIS and J.C.HWANG, eds. 1974. PERINATAL PHARMACOLOGY: Problems 

and priorities 

Raven, New York. X1L228 pp., 57 figs., 39 tabs., subject index. $ 19.75 

This ail-American conference was held in Bethesda, Md. in April, 1973. Despite its 
"clinical" title, the book contains recent information that may be of great value to 
embryologists. This is to be found in roughly the first half of the book, that is, in the 
sections entitled Differentiation, Drug effects in tissue and organ culture, and The 
placenta (10 papers in all). The second half of the book is more clinically oriented. The 
emphasis, however, is on fundamental mechanisms. 

All contributors are distinguished specialists. Each paper is a concentrated review of 
recent research. The organs that receive most attention are the central nervous system 
(Timiras, Vernadakis), the hver (Greengard, Nebert, Hahn), and the intestinal epithelium 
(Balis). The two papers on the placenta of most interest to our readers are by Juchau and 
Dancis. Each paper is followed by a group discussion. 

The book is very well produced. 



117. 

M. G. FOREST and J. BERTRAND, eds. 1974. ENDOCRINOLOGIE SEXUELLE DE LA 

PERIODE PERINATALE (Sexual endocrinology of the perinatal period) 

INSERM (Inst. Natl, de la Sante et de la Rech. Med.), Paris. INSERM Colloques et 

seminaires vol. 32.424 pp., 130 figs., 53 tabs. F.fr. 50.00, $ 12.00 (paper) 

This international symposium took place in Lyon in May, 1974. Its participants were 
specialists from various Western European countries and from North America and Israel. 
The papers are in French or English but all have summaries in the other language. 

Almost all of the 15 papers in the first two sections are of interest to mammalian 
embryologists. Section I deals with endocrine functional morphology, section II with 
biosynthesis, metabolism and regulation of sexual steroids and gonadotropins during the 
perinatal period in various mammals including sheep and monkey. Section III is on the 
same subject studied clinically in man, while section IV examines the postnatal conse- 
quences of perinatal hormone changes. 

The papers are reproduced by photo-offset from typescripts. Photographical illustra- 
tions are printed on glossy paper. 



118. 

P. LIACOPOULOS and J. PANIJEL, organizers. 1973. L'ETUDE PHYLOGENIQUE ET 

ONTOGENIQUE DE LA REPONSE IMMUNITAIRE ET SON APPORT A LA THEORIE 

IMMUNOLOGIQUE 

(Phylogenic and ontogenic study of the immune response and its contribution to the 
immunological theory) 

INSERM (Inst. Natl, de la Sante et de la Rech. Med.), Paris. INSERM colloques et 
seminaires vol. 13. XII,358 pp., 88 figs., 2 pis., 62 tabs. F.fr. 50.00 (paper) 

This international symposium was held in Paris in October, 1972. Of the 47 partici- 
pants, 21 came from a variety of countries outside France. The 31 contributions are 
mostly brief research reports. Many are of course in French, but most (though not all) of 
these have English summaries. At least half of the papers are of interest to developmental 
biologists. 

The papers are arranged in four sections as follows: Phylogenesis in invertebrates 
(6 papers); Phylogenesis in lower vertebrates (10); Ontogenesis (10, in amphibians, birds, 
and mammals); Ontogene.'^is in man (5). 

The volume was produced by photo-offset straight from the typescripts as they came 
in. Photographic illustrations aic printed on glossy paper. 

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119. 

A. R. LIBOFF and R. A. RINALDI, eds. 1974. ELECTRICALLY MEDIATED GROWTH 

MECHANISMS IN LIVING SYSTEMS 

New York Acad, of Sci., New York. Ann. New York Acad, of Sci. 238. 593 pp., 281 figs., 
53 tabs. $ 38.00 (paper) 

The subject of bio-electricity is an old but still rather fuzzy one. This symposium was 
purportedly the first ever to bring together scientists of widely varying speciaUzations 
(physicists, chemists, biologists, and physicians) to discuss their common interests, or at 
least to discover whether they have a common language to speak in. The contents of the 
volume are so varied that it is impossible to review it in detail. However, anyone who 
takes an interest in this subject is sure to find something of interest in it. The participants 
were mostly North American, but there is a fair sprinkling of contributors from other 
continents. 

There are 46 short to medium-length papers, which are arranged in three sections as 
follows: Physical and chemical studies (16 papers); Biological studies (18); and Clinical 
studies (12). In section I the main emphasis is on the properties of hard tissues. In section 
II the attention turns largely to cellular and supracellular aspects. This section contains at 
least half a dozen papers that are of direct relevance to developmental biology (to 
mention some authors: R. O. Becker, Harrington, L. Weiss, Jaffe, Brick, Woodruff, Katz- 
berg). The last section deals largely with bone growth, bone and cartilage fracture healing, 
and vertebrate Umb and tissue regeneration. Most papers are followed by brief group 
discussions, and there are longer panel discussions at the end of each section. 

The volume is profusely illustrated. It has no indexes. 



120. 

G. RASPE and S. BERNHARD, eds. 1974. HORMONES AND EMBRYONIC DEVELOP- 
MENT. 

Pergamon, Oxford, etc.; Vieweg, Braunschweig. Adv. in the Biosciences 13. VIII,252 pp., 
145 figs. DM45.00 

This symposium brought together 13 scientists of various specializations to discuss a 
number of open questions in this area from embryological, endocrinological, and pharma- 
cological viewpoints. Eight of the participants came from West Germany. Some of the 
contributions are research reports but most are reviews of recent work by the authors and 
others. The discussions are not recorded. 

Most of the contributions deal with sexual development (including behaviour) and 
with the state of pregnancy in mammals including man. One deals with indirect and direct 
actions of ovarian hormones on the blastocyst. Four contributions are by the Schering 
group for endocrine pharmacology (Neumann, Elger, and others). 

The book is well printed and illustrated. 



METHODS (see also 2,26) 

Treatises 

121. 

T. A. DETTLAFF, V. Ya. BRODSKIJ and G. G. GAUZE, eds. 1974. METHODS IN 
BIOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT, experimental embryology, molecular biology, and cyto- 
logy (in Russian) 

Publ. House Nauka, Moscow. Series: Problems in Biological Development. 619 pp., 
107 figs., 13 tabs. 

Handbook written by more than 60 authors. Three main parts: Experimental methods 
for living objects in early stages of development; Biochemical and molecular-biological 

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methods; Microscopic methods. Part one occupies more than half of the book and deals 
with cytogenetics, fertiUzation, mitotic cycles, fate maps, experimental embryology, and 
experimental teratology. 



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