Specificity of the Evocator in Hydra

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Abstract

TISSUE from Hydra viridis boiled in water for ½–1 minute and implanted into the blastocale of Triton gastrulæ evocates the formation of neural tissue and in some cases neural tubes1.

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GOLDSMITH, E. Specificity of the Evocator in Hydra. Nature 143, 983 (1939) doi:10.1038/143983b0

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