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Flatworm stem cells and the germ line: Citations Publications citing this paper. Because blastemas do not replace all tissues following most types of injuries, both blastema formation and morphallaxis are needed for complete regeneration. Link to citation list in Scopus. Inhibition of Regeneration in Planarians by Grafting: AB – The principles underlying regeneration in planarians have been explored for over years through surgical manipulations and cellular observations.

Annual Review of Cell and Developmental Biology20 The population properties of the neoblasts and their descendants still await careful elucidation. Here we discuss a proliferative cell population, the neoblasts, that is central to the regenerative capacities of planarians.

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Fundamentals of planarian regeneration. Fundamentals of planarian regeneration Peter W. Fumdamentals studies of the regeneration of Planaria maculata. Skip to search form Skip to main content.

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Fundamentals of planarian regeneration. Planarians Search for additional papers on this topic. Neoblasts may be a totipotent stem-cell population capable of generating essentially every cell type in the adult animal, including themselves.

Here we discuss a proliferative cell population, the neoblasts, that is central to the regenerative capacities of planarians. Neoblasts may be a totipotent stem-cell population capable of generating essentially every cell type in the adult animal, including themselves.

We identify the types of structures produced by blastemas on a variety of wound surfaces, the principles guiding the reorganization of pre-existing tissues, and the manner in which scale and cell number proportions between body regions are restored during regeneration. Planarian regeneration involves the generation of new tissue at the wound site via cell proliferation blastema formationand the remodeling of pre-existing tissues to restore symmetry and proportion morphallaxis.

Fundamentals of planarian regeneration

The principles underlying regeneration in planarians have been explored for over years through surgical manipulations and cellular observations. Planarian regeneration involves the generation of new tissue at the wound site via cell proliferation blastema formationand the remodeling of pre-existing tissues to restore symmetry and proportion morphallaxis.

Dorsal and ventral positional cues required for the onset of planarian regeneration may reside in differentiated cells. This paper has been referenced on Twitter 1 time over the past 90 days. Annual Review of Cell and Developmental Biology. The pattern of mitosis in anterior and posterior regeneration in Dugesia G tigrina, and a new proposal for blastema formation. The principles underlying regeneration in planarians have been explored for over years through surgical manipulations and cellular observations.

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Regeneration and pattern formation in planarians.

Abstract The principles regenerahion regeneration in planarians have been explored for over years through surgical manipulations and cellular observations.

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The population properties of the neoblasts and their descendants still await careful elucidation.

Fundamentals of planarian regeneration.

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We identify the types of structures produced by blastemas on a variety of wound surfaces, the principles guiding the reorganization of pre-existing tissues, and the manner in which scale and cell number proportions between body regions are restored during regeneration. N2 – The principles underlying regeneration in planarians have been explored for over years through surgical manipulations and cellular observations.