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Stem cells in a colonial animal with localized growth zones

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Jan 6, 2014

Stefan SiebertCasey W Dunn

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Summary Siphonophores (Hydrozoa) have unparalleled colony-level complexity, precision of organization, and functional specialization between zooids (i.e., the units that make up colonies). Previous work has shown that, unlike other colonial animals, most growth in siphonophores is restr...read more

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Stem cells in a colonial animal with localized growth zones

bioRxiv

Jan 6, 2014

Stefan SiebertCasey W Dunn

PMID: 990001685

DOI: 10.1101/001685

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Summary Siphonophores (Hydrozoa) have unparalleled colony-level complexity, precision of organization, and functional specialization between zooids (i.e., the units that make up colonies). Previous work has shown that, unlike other colonial animals, most growth in siphonophores is restr...read more

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Spatial Memory
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Cell Proliferation
Cnidaria
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22
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