Chapter 1 advent (pages 1–5): J. R. Tata
Chapter 2 Poly(A) RNA of the Egg Cytoplasm: Structural Resemblance to the Nuclear RNA of Somatic Cells (pages 6–24): Eric H. Davidson, Howard T. Jacobs, Terry L. Thomas, Barbara R. Hough?Evans and Roy J. Britten
Chapter three Induction of Chromosome Replication in the course of Maturation of Amphibian Oocytes (pages 25–43): Ronald A. Laskey, Richard M. Harland and Marcel Mechali
Chapter four Retroviruses and Mouse Embryos: A version process within which to review Gene Expression in improvement and Differentiation (pages 44–62): Rudolf Jaenisch
Chapter five The rules of Yolk Protein Gene Expression in Drosophila melanogaster (pages 63–79): Mary Bownes, Maureen Dempster and Mairearad Blair
Chapter 6 Higher?Order Structural Determinants for Expression of the Ovalbumin Gene family members (pages 80–95): William E. Stumph, Melvyn Baez, George M. Lawson, Ming?Jer Tsai and Bert W. O'Malley
Chapter 7 Hormonal rules and Expression of Vitellogenin Multigene relations (pages 96–110): Jamshed R. Tata, Tharappel C. James, Cheryl S. Watson, John L. Williams and Alan P. Wolffe
Chapter eight diet provider Proteins in the course of Embryonic improvement in Birds and Mammals (pages 111–136): P. R. Adiga and C. V. Ramana Murty
Chapter nine Steroid and Peptide keep watch over Mechanisms in Membrane of Xenopus zaevis Oocytes Resuming Meiotic department (pages 137–158): Etienne?Emile Baulieu and Sabine Schorderet?Slatkine
Chapter 10 Nature and motion of the Mediators Inducing Maturation of the Starfish Oocyte (pages 159–177): Haruo Kanatani
Chapter eleven Somatic keep watch over of Protein Synthesis in Mammalian Oocytes in the course of Maturation (pages 178–196): R. M. Moor and J. C. Osborn
Chapter 12 The Legacy from the Oocyte and its position in Controlling Early improvement of the Mouse Embryo (pages 197–227): Hester P.M. Pratt, Virginia N. Bolton and Katy A. Gudgeon
Chapter thirteen The Oocyte as an Endocytic telephone (pages 228–248): R. A. Wallace, Lee Opresko, H. S. Wiley and Kelly Selman
Chapter 14 The Oocyte as a Secretory mobilephone (pages 249–267): A. Colman, D. Cutler, P. Krieg and G. Valle
Chapter 15 The Molecular foundation of Sperm?Egg interplay within the Sea Urchin (pages 268–296): Daniel P. Rossignol and William J. Lennarz
Chapter sixteen last feedback (pages 297–299):
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Davidson: Yes, that is generally so. Laskey: Is the nucleus continuing to export RNA with the repeats in it, during early embryogenesis? Davidson: Not so far as we can see. REFERENCES Bachvarova R 1981 Synthesis, turnover, and stability of heterogeneous RNA in growing mouse oocytes. Dev Biol 86:384-392 Brandhorst BP, Verma DPS, Fromson D 1979Polyadenylated and nonpolyadenylated messenger RNA fractions from sea urchin embryos code for the same abundant proteins. Dev Biol 71 :128-141 Davidson EH, Britten RJ 1979 Regulation of gene expression: possible role of repetitive sequences.
There are some examples; Dictyostelium RNAs have repeats, at the 5’ ends of many messages (Kimmel & Firtell979, Zuker & Lodish 1981). Also, in the case of clones of mouse histocompatibility genes, the first cDNA clone (pH2-IIa) made by Steinmetz et a1 (1981) has both abundantly repeated DNA sequences and middle repetitive DNA sequences at its 3’ end in the untranslated region. Davidson: The Dictyostelium case is very different from what I have been discussing. Only one strand of the repeat sequence families that have been identified in Dicfyosteliurn is ever represented in the message.
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