Cartilage. Structure, Function, and Biochemistry by Brian K. Hall

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Evolutionary consequences of skeletal differentiation. Am. Zool. 15, 329-350. Hall, Β. K. (1977). Chondrogenesis of the somatic mesoderm. Adv. Anat. Embryol. Cell Biol. (4) 53, 1-50. Hall, Β. K. (1978). " Academic Press, New York/ London. Halstead, L. B. (1969). Calcified tissues in the earliest vertebrates. Calcif. Tissue Res. 3, 107-124. Halstead, L. B. (1974). " Wykeham, London. Hascall, V. C. (1980a). Proteoglycans: structure and function. In "Biology of Carbohydrates" (V. ). Wiley, New York.

Specimen showing marked increases in cell size and thickness of matrix seams. In situ, en mass cell chondrifications are in progress at sites shown by arrows. Hematoxylin-eosin stained section, magnification 232 x. Re­ produced from Person and Philpott (1967, Fig. 6), with permission of the publisher and authors. resemble hyaline cartilage to a greater extent. In this growth sequence, the tissue successively resembles the gill cartilage of Ammocetes, the skeletal cartilage of Petromyzon (Schaffer, 1930), and stages in early limb bud formation in higher vertebrate embryos, including man (Streeter, 1949; Person 1960; Person and Philpott, 1967, 1969a).

H. ), Vol. 4, pp. 445-516. Academic Press, New York. Slavkin, H. C. (1972). Evolution of cartilage. In "The Comparative Molecular Biology of Extra­ cellular Matrices" (H. C. Slavkin and R. C. ), pp. 139-207. Academic Press, New York. , Hardingham, T. , Hascall, V. C , and Kimura, J. H. (1980). Separate effects of exogenous hyaluronic acid on proteoglycan synthesis and deposition in pericellular matrix by cultured chick limb chondrocytes. Develop. Biol. 75, 121-129. Sorrell, J. , and Weiss, L. (1980).

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