Emerging model organisms : a laboratory manual  v. 1 ~ v. 2

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This second volume of the groundbreaking Emerging Model Organisms series expands the collection of species presented in the first volume. Leading experts provide 18 new chapters on emerging model systems, ranging from honeybee, ant, and beetle to Ciona and amphioxus; squid and salamander to yam, Paramecium, and wallaby. Like the first volume, each chapter presents a new organism and provides a detailed explanation of why it is useful for laboratory research, along with information on husbandry, genetics and genomics, pointers toward further resources, and a set of basic laboratory protocols for working with that organism. Emerging Model Organisms serves as a practical guidebook for finding just the right organism to address specific research needs.

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Until recently, a small number of model organisms has been the focus of most research in molecular, cellular, and developmental biology. But in the last few years, due in part to increased interest in questions of evolution, technical advances in selectively altering gene expression patterns, and the reduced costs of genome sequencing, the range of organisms used for research is greatly expanding. Emerging Model Organisms, Volume 1, introduces the reader to this new generation of model organisms, providing a diverse catalog of potential species useful for extending research in new directions. In this volume leading experts provide chapters on 23 emerging model systems, ranging from bat and butterfly to cave fish and choanoflagellates; cricket and finch to quail, snail, and tomato. Subsequent releases of the Emerging Model Organisms series, already in preparation, will focus on additional species. Material is also available in CSH Protocols: www.cshprotocols.org/emo

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Until recently, a small number of model organisms has been the focus of most research in molecular, cellular, and developmental biology. But in the last few years, due in part to increased interest in questions of evolution, technical advances in selectively altering gene expression patterns, and the reduced costs of genome sequencing, the range of organisms used for research is greatly expanding. Emerging Model Organisms, Volume 1, introduces the reader to this new generation of model organisms, providing a diverse catalog of potential species useful for extending research in new directions. In this volume leading experts provide chapters on 23 emerging model systems, ranging from bat and butterfly to cave fish and choanoflagellates; cricket and finch to quail, snail, and tomato. Subsequent releases of the Emerging Model Organisms series, already in preparation, will focus on additional species. Material is also available in CSH Protocols: www.cshprotocols.org/emo

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  • 1. The Choanoflagellates: Heterotrophic Nanoflagellates and Sister Group of the Metazoa N. King, S.L. Young, M. Abedin, M. Carr, and B.S.C. Leadbeater 2. Dictyostelium discoideum: The Social Ameba P. Gaudet, P. Fey, and R. Chisholm 3. The Moss Physcomitrella patens: A Novel Model System for Plant Development and Genomic Studies D.J. Cove, P.-F. Perroud, A.J. Charron, S.F. McDaniel, A. Khandelwal, and R.S. Quatrano 4. The Genus Antirrhinum (Snapdragon): A Flowering Plant Model for Evolution and Development A. Hudson, J. Critchley, and Y. Erasmus 5. Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum): A Model Fruit-bearing Crop S. Kimura and N. Sinha 6. The Demosponge Amphimedon queenslandica: Reconstructing the Ancestral Metazoan Genome and Deciphering the Origin of Animal Multicellularity B.M. Degnan, M. Adamska, A. Craigie, S.M. Degnan, B. Fahey, M. Gauthier, J.N.A. Hooper, C. Larroux, S.P. Leys, E. Lovas, and G.S. Richards 7. Comb Jellies (Ctenophora): A Model for Basal Metazoan Evolution and Development K. Pang and M.Q. Martindale 8. Planarians: A Versatile and Powerful Model System for Molecular Studies of Regeneration, Adult Stem Cell Regulation, Aging, and Behavior N.J. Oviedo, C.L. Nicolas, D.S. Adams, and M. Levin 9. The Snail Ilyanassa: A Reemerging Model for Studies in Development M. Gharbiah, J. Cooley, E.M. Leise, A. Nakamoto, J.S. Rabinowitz, J.D. Lambert, and L.M. Nagy 10. Helobdella (Leech): A Model for Developmental Studies D.A. Weisblat and D.-H. Kuo 11. Pristionchus pacificus: A Genetic Model System for the Study of Evolutionary Developmental Biology and the Evolution of Complex Life-history Traits R. Rae, B. Schlager, and R.J. Sommer 12. The African Butterfly Bicyclus anyana: A Model for Evolutionary Genetics and Evolutionary Developmental Biology P.M. Brakefield, P. Beldade, and B.J. Zwaan 13. The Two-spotted Cricket Gryllus bimaculatus: An Emerging Model for Developmental and Regeneration Studies T. Mito and S. Noji 14. The American Wandering Spider Cupiennius salei: A Model for Behavioral, Evolutionary, and Developmental Studies N.-M. Prpic, M. Schoppmeier, and W.G.M. Damen 15. The Crustacean Parhyale hawaiensis: A New Model for Anthropod Development E.J. Rehm, R.L. Hannibal, R.C. Chaw, M.A. Vargas-Vila, and N.H. Patel 16. The Sea Lamprey Petromyzon marinus: A Model for Evolutionary and Developmental Biology N. Nikitina, M. Bronner-Fraser, and T. Sauka-Spengler 17. The Dogfish Scyliorhinus canicula: A Reference in Jawed Vertebrates M. Coolen, A. Menuet, D. Chassoux, C. Compagnucci, S. Henry, L. L e9
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  • que, C. Da Silva, F. Gavory, S. Samain, P. Wincker, C. Thermes, Y. D'Aubenton-Carafa, I. Rodriguez-Moldes, G. Naylor, M. Depew, P. Sourdaine, and S. Mazan 18. The Genus Polypterus (Bichirs): A Fish Group Diverged at the Stem of Ray-finned Fishes (Actinopterygii) M. Takeuchi, M. Okabe, and S. Aizawa 19. Astyanax mexicanus, The Blind Mexican Cave Fish: A Model for Studies in Development and Morphology R. Borowsky 20. Darwin's Finches: Analysis of Beak Morphological Changes During Evolution A. Abzhanov 21. Japanese Quail: An Efficient Animal Model for the Production of Transgenic Avians G. Poynter, D. Huss, and R. Lansford 22. The Short-tailed Fruit Bat Carollia perspicillata: A Model for Studies in Reproduction and Development J.J. Rasweiler IV, C.J. Cretekos, and R.R. Behringer 23. Opossum (Monodelphis domestica): A Marsupial Developmental Model A.L. Keyte and K.K. Smith General Cautions Appendix Index

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  • 1. The Choanoflagellates: Heterotrophic Nanoflagellates and Sister Group of the Metazoa N. King, S.L. Young, M. Abedin, M. Carr, and B.S.C. Leadbeater 2. Dictyostelium discoideum: The Social Ameba P. Gaudet, P. Fey, and R. Chisholm 3. The Moss Physcomitrella patens: A Novel Model System for Plant Development and Genomic Studies D.J. Cove, P.-F. Perroud, A.J. Charron, S.F. McDaniel, A. Khandelwal, and R.S. Quatrano 4. The Genus Antirrhinum (Snapdragon): A Flowering Plant Model for Evolution and Development A. Hudson, J. Critchley, and Y. Erasmus 5. Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum): A Model Fruit-bearing Crop S. Kimura and N. Sinha 6. The Demosponge Amphimedon queenslandica: Reconstructing the Ancestral Metazoan Genome and Deciphering the Origin of Animal Multicellularity B.M. Degnan, M. Adamska, A. Craigie, S.M. Degnan, B. Fahey, M. Gauthier, J.N.A. Hooper, C. Larroux, S.P. Leys, E. Lovas, and G.S. Richards 7. Comb Jellies (Ctenophora): A Model for Basal Metazoan Evolution and Development K. Pang and M.Q. Martindale 8. Planarians: A Versatile and Powerful Model System for Molecular Studies of Regeneration, Adult Stem Cell Regulation, Aging, and Behavior N.J. Oviedo, C.L. Nicolas, D.S. Adams, and M. Levin 9. The Snail Ilyanassa: A Reemerging Model for Studies in Development M. Gharbiah, J. Cooley, E.M. Leise, A. Nakamoto, J.S. Rabinowitz, J.D. Lambert, and L.M. Nagy 10. Helobdella (Leech): A Model for Developmental Studies D.A. Weisblat and D.-H. Kuo 11. Pristionchus pacificus: A Genetic Model System for the Study of Evolutionary Developmental Biology and the Evolution of Complex Life-history Traits R. Rae, B. Schlager, and R.J. Sommer 12. The African Butterfly Bicyclus anyana: A Model for Evolutionary Genetics and Evolutionary Developmental Biology P.M. Brakefield, P. Beldade, and B.J. Zwaan 13. The Two-spotted Cricket Gryllus bimaculatus: An Emerging Model for Developmental and Regeneration Studies T. Mito and S. Noji 14. The American Wandering Spider Cupiennius salei: A Model for Behavioral, Evolutionary, and Developmental Studies N.-M. Prpic, M. Schoppmeier, and W.G.M. Damen 15. The Crustacean Parhyale hawaiensis: A New Model for Anthropod Development E.J. Rehm, R.L. Hannibal, R.C. Chaw, M.A. Vargas-Vila, and N.H. Patel 16. The Sea Lamprey Petromyzon marinus: A Model for Evolutionary and Developmental Biology N. Nikitina, M. Bronner-Fraser, and T. Sauka-Spengler 17. The Dogfish Scyliorhinus canicula: A Reference in Jawed Vertebrates M. Coolen, A. Menuet, D. Chassoux, C. Compagnucci, S. Henry, L. L e9
  • v e8
  • que, C. Da Silva, F. Gavory, S. Samain, P. Wincker, C. Thermes, Y. D'Aubenton-Carafa, I. Rodriguez-Moldes, G. Naylor, M. Depew, P. Sourdaine, and S. Mazan 18. The Genus Polypterus (Bichirs): A Fish Group Diverged at the Stem of Ray-finned Fishes (Actinopterygii) M. Takeuchi, M. Okabe, and S. Aizawa 19. Astyanax mexicanus, The Blind Mexican Cave Fish: A Model for Studies in Development and Morphology R. Borowsky 20. Darwin's Finches: Analysis of Beak Morphological Changes During Evolution A. Abzhanov 21. Japanese Quail: An Efficient Animal Model for the Production of Transgenic Avians G. Poynter, D. Huss, and R. Lansford 22. The Short-tailed Fruit Bat Carollia perspicillata: A Model for Studies in Reproduction and Development J.J. Rasweiler IV, C.J. Cretekos, and R.R. Behringer 23. Opossum (Monodelphis domestica): A Marsupial Developmental Model A.L. Keyte and K.K. Smith General Cautions Appendix Index

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書名 Emerging model organisms : a laboratory manual
著作者等 Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press
巻冊次 v. 1
v. 2
出版元 Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press
刊行年月 c2009-c2010
ページ数 2 v.
大きさ 28 cm
ISBN 9780879698652
9780879698720
9780879699451
9780879698263
NCID BA88768729
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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