Temporally, it encapsulates time until sex/gender "normalization"--through binary choice--is achieved; hence its strong heterochronic
gene lin-4 encodes small RNAs with antisense complementarity to lin-14.
parabiosis: historical perspective and methodological considerations for studies of aging and longevity.
have their origin" in James's random associations ( 1985, 512), just as radically new animal morphologies emerge from the heterochronic
rearrangement of the mosaic organism.
TV as time machine: Television's changing heterochronic
regimes and the production of history.
gene lin-4 encodes-small RNAs with antisense complementarity to lin-14.
12) Jonas Langer, "The Heterochronic
Evolution of Primate Cognitive Development," Biological Theory 1, no.
developmental shift caused by thyroid hormone in larval sand dollars and its implications for phenotypic plasticity and the evolution of nonfeeding development.
Further comparisons in a phylogenetic context could shed light on heterochronic
process or paedomorphic condition occurred during the evolution of P blainvillei, considering their limited fusion of cranial sutures detected here.
This short sentence illustrates how heterotopic and heterochronic
her lake was.
Mechanistically, the anterior location and jaw morphology of the microhylid frog Dermatonotus muelleri has been attributed to heterochronic
slowing of developmental rate and early offset of jaw development (Fabrezi et al.
These include heterochronic
mutations that alter structures by changing growth rates, homeotic mutations that change the identities of whole body parts, and paedomorphosis, which converts juvenile stages directly to adult ones.