Species-Specific Variation Among Mammals
Renee A. Reijo Pera, L. Prezzoto
Current Topics in Developmental Biology
Reproduction across mammalian species is conserved with a general pattern of fertilization followed by nascent embryo development in transcriptional silence for a variable length of time, a series of cleavage divisions that occur without growth in size of the embryo, compaction to form a morula, and production of a blastocyst. Following blastocyst formation, the embryo may implant immediately or after substantial differentiation of the epiblast and hypoblast layers. In this chapter, the shared and unique properties of several species, commonly used in studies of reproduction and embryology, are outlined.
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