By Ernesto Capanna (auth.), Prof. Dr. Ettore Olmo, Prof. Carlo Alberto Redi (eds.)
Chromosomes this present day, quantity thirteen comprises the plenary lectures offered on the thirteenth overseas Chromosome convention, protecting the latest advances within the reports on chromosomes. The contributions during this quantity have been awarded through a number of the world's leaders in cytogenetic and molecular examine and description the current prestige of data at the composition, constitution, functionality and evolution of chromosomes, together with, between others, the development of the human genome undertaking. using cytogenetic reports has significantly elevated within the previous couple of years, leading to a innovative development within the on hand equipment that has hence allowed a extra special research of the molecular association of eukaryotic chromosomes and an actual in situ localisation of particular gene sequences. This quantity of Chromosomes at the present time offers updated information about the themes on the leading edge of chromosome examine: genetic rules, imprinting, DNA duplication, meiotic pairing, and the rules of the...
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I thank Gilberto Corbellini, my epistemologist friend, for the pleasing discussions we had concerning the nineteenth century roots of modern biology. References I Corbellini G (1997) Le grammatiche del vivente. Storia della biologia molecolare. Laterza, Bari 2 de Vries H (1900) Sur la loi de disjunction des hybrides. C R Acad Sci Paris 130: 845-847 3 Sutton W (1902) On the morphology of chromosome groups in Brachystola magna. Biol Bull 4: 24-39 4 Montgomery TH (190 I) A study of the chromosomes of the germ-cells of metazoans.
But this knowledge acquired in fifty years of study was about to change profoundly. In 1953, Francis Crick and James Watson published two articles in Nature [86, 87] on the double helix structure of DNA. However, to suggest this was a sudden dramatic discovery would be quite misleading. It would be the same as saying that Newton formulated his universal law of gravity from the simple fact an apple fell on his head! There had been 10 years of study to move Chromosomes yesterday: A century of chromosome studies 19 on from the idea of genes being proteins to the discovery of the double helix.
2. Uber Spermatogenese und deren Beziehung zur Eientwicklung bei Pyrrhocoris apterus, L. Z wiss Zool 51: 685-736 32 Montgomery TH (1898) The spermatogenesis in Pentatoma up to the formation of spermatid. Zool lahrb Anat 12: 1-88 33 Montgomery TH (1904) Some observation and consideration upon the maturation phenomena of the germ-cells. Bioi Bull 6: 136-157 34 Montgomery TH (1905) The spermatogenesis of Syrbula, and Lycosa with general consideration upon chromosome reduction and the heterochromosomes.