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Origins of differentiation via phenotypic plasticity

Evolution & Development

Dec 21, 2002

Carl D Schlichting

PMID: 12492416

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How cell types of multicellular organisms came to be differentiated is still an open issue. Here I offer a model that posits that the origins of some cell differentiation patterns were originally passive outcomes of environmental effects. As cells' contact with the external environment ...read more

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Gene Expression
Phylogeny
Cell Differentiation Process
Organism
Cell Type
Dictyosteliida
Gene Expression Regulation, Developmental
Impacts, Environmental
Complex Mixtures
Signal Transduction
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Origins of differentiation via phenotypic plasticity

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Dec 21, 2002

Carl D Schlichting

PMID: 12492416

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Abstract

How cell types of multicellular organisms came to be differentiated is still an open issue. Here I offer a model that posits that the origins of some cell differentiation patterns were originally passive outcomes of environmental effects. As cells' contact with the external environment ...read more

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