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Organizers, Embryonic

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Organizers, Embryonic: The regions within an embryo that control development and differentiation. In AMPHIBIA, the organizer forms at the dorsal-most lip of the blastopore during gastrulation and is named after its discoverer, Hans Spemann.
Source: MeSH 2007

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