|Author:||Eric H. Davidson|
|Title:||Genomic Regulatory Systems: In Development and Evolution|
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|Publisher:||Academic Press; 1st edition (January 25, 2001)|
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If you really want to understand what is known about DNA transcription, you will first get a 500 level background in cell biology and biochemistry. After reading Genomes 3 by TA Brown (very good) you will hav a 600 level understanding. But no sooner had I opened that door and begun to survey the landscape than, as in an old legend of magic, everything seemed to have been transformed to another landscape. But development is the output of regulatory systems comprising large numbers of regulatory genes.
San Diego (California): Academic Press. xii + 261 p; il. index. Alan Kumar and Sudhir Kumar. Biology, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona. Alan Rawls and Sudhir Kumar, "Genomic Regulatory Systems: Development and Evolution.
Eric Harris Davidson (April 13, 1937 – September 1, 2015) was an American developmental biologist at the California Institute of Technology. Davidson was best known for his pioneering work on the role of gene regulation in evolution, on embryonic specification and for spearheading the effort to sequence the genome of the purple sea urchin, Strongylocentrotus purpuratus. Genomic Regulatory Systems: Development and Evolution (2001). Rast; P. Oliveri; et al. (2002). A genomic regulatory network for development". The Regulatory Genome: Gene Regulatory Networks In Development And Evolution (2006).
Author : Eric H. Davidson. Publisher : Academic Press. The study of evolution is of interest to many different kinds of people and Genomic Regulatory Systems: In Development and Evolution is written at a level that is very easy to read and understand even for the nonscientist.
Gene regulatory networks are the most complex, extensive control systems found in nature. The interaction between biology and evolution has been the subject of great interest in recent years. The author, Eric Davidson, has been instrumental in elucidating this relationship.
Genomic Regulatory Systems. In Development and Evolution. Authors: Eric Davidson. eBook ISBN: 9780080525594. Imprint: Academic Press. The discussions and conceptual explorations occasioned by this collaboration produced the new synthetic views encompassed in this book, building on decades of earlier work summarized in the 2001 and 2006 Academic Press books by Eric H. Affiliations and Expertise. Norman Chandler Professor of Cell Biology, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA, USA.
The Regulatory Genome: Gene Regulatory Networks In Development And Evolution. In this book, without immersing the reader in descriptive details, selected recent results from a great variety of animal model systems are embedded in a conceptual resolution of the control logic underlying the developmental process, and of the changes in that logic by which evolution of the body plan occurs.