Frogs

"Experiments in Transplanting Limbs and Their Bearing Upon the Problems of the Development of Nerves" (1907), by Ross Granville Harrison

“Experiments in Transplanting Limbs and Their Bearing Upon the Problems of the Development of Nerves”

In his 1907 paper, “Experiments in Transplanting Limbs and Their Bearing Upon the Problems of the Development of Nerves,” in the Journal of Experimental Zoology that he edited,

"Contributions to the Development of the Embryo. On the Artificial Production of One of the First Two Blastomeres, and the Later Development (Postgeneration) of the Missing Half of the Body" (1888), by Wilhelm Roux

"Contributions to the Development of the Embryo. On the Artificial Production of One of the First Two Blastomeres, and the Later Development (Postgeneration) of the Missing Half of the Body." (1888), by <a href="/search?text=Wilhelm%20Roux" title="" class="lexicon-term">Wilhelm Roux</a>

"Developmental Capacity of Nuclei Transplanted from Keratinized Skin Cells of Adult Frogs" (1975), by John Gurdon, Ronald Laskey, and O. Raymond Reeves

“Developmental Capacity of Nuclei Transplanted from Keratinized Skin Cells of Adult Frogs,” by <a href="/search?text=John%20Gurdon" title="" class="lexicon-term">John Gurdon</a>, <a href="/search?text=Ronald%20Laskey" title="" class="lexicon-term">Ronald Laskey</a>, and <a href="/search?text=O.%20Raymond%20Reeves" title="" class="lexicon-term">O.</a>

Eduard Friedrich Wilhelm Pflüger (1829-1910)

Eduard Friedrich Wilhelm Pflüger (1829-1910)

Eduard Friedrich Wilhelm Pflüger was a physiologist known for his research on respiration and the respiratory quotient, experiments on the effects of electricity on muscles and nerves, and his study of the ovaries and eggs development. His experiments on how the gravitational orientation of frog eggs affects their cleavage plane inspired embryologists such as

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