List of contributors; Foreword Constance Weinstein; Introduction. Why study cardiovascular development? Warren B. Burggren and Bradley B. Keller; Part I. Molecular Cellular and Integrative Mechanisms: Determining Cardiovascular Development: 1. Genetic dissection of heart development Jau-Nian Chen and Mark C. Fishman; 2. Cardiac membrane characteristics Lynn Mahony; 3. Development of the myocardial contractile system Anne M. Murphy; 4. Vasculogenesis and angiogenesis of the developing heart Robert J. Tomanek and Anna Ratajska; 5. Extracellular matrix maturation and morphogenesis Wayne Carver, Louis Terracio and Thomas K. Borg; 6. Endothelial maturation Jackson Wong; 7. Embryonic cardiovascular function, coupling and maturation: a species view Bradley B. Keller; 8. Hormonal systems regulating the cardiovascular system Makoto Nakazawa and Fusae Kajio; Part II. Species Diversity in Cardiovascular Development: 9. Evolution of cardiovascular systems: insights into ontogeny Anthony P. Farrell; 10. Morphogenesis of vertebrate hearts José M. Icardo; 11. Invertebrate cardiovascular development Brian R. McMahon, George B. Bourne and Ka Hou Chu; 12. Piscine cardiovascular development Peter J. Rombough; 13. Amphibian cardiovascular development Warren W. Rurggren and Regina Fritsche; 14. Reptilian cardiovascular development Stephen J. Warburton; 15. Avian cardiovascular development Hiroshi Tazawa and Ping-Chun Lucy Hou; 16. Mammalian cardiovascular development Kent L. Thornburg, George D. Giraud, Mark D. Reller and Mark J. Morton; Part III. Environment and Disease in Cardiovascular Development: 17. Oxygen, temperature and pH influences on the development of non-mammalian embryos and larvae Bernd Pelster; 18. Modelling gas exchange in embryos, larvae and fetuses Alan W. Pinder; 19. Principles of abnormal cardiac development Adriana C. Gittenberger-de Groot and Robert E. Poelmann; 20. In utero and postnatal interventions in cardiovascular malformations V. Mohan Reddy and Frank L. Hanley; 21. Insights into the future care of congenital cardiovascular malformations Edward B. Clark; Epilogue. Future directions in developmental cardiovascular sciences Bradley B. Keller and Warren W. Burggren; References; Systematic index; Subject index.
Development of Cardiovascular Systems: Molecules to Organismsby Warren W. Burggren, Bradley B. Keller, Constance Weinstein
Pub. Date: 11/28/2014
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This volume is a unique overview of cardiovascular development from the cellular to the organ level across a broad range of species. The first section focuses on the molecular, cellular, and integrative mechanisms that determine cardiovascular development. The second section has eight chapters that summarize cardiovascular development in invertebrate and vertebrate
This volume is a unique overview of cardiovascular development from the cellular to the organ level across a broad range of species. The first section focuses on the molecular, cellular, and integrative mechanisms that determine cardiovascular development. The second section has eight chapters that summarize cardiovascular development in invertebrate and vertebrate systems. The third section discusses the effects of disease and environmental and morphogenetic influences on nonmammalian and mammalian cardiovascular development. It includes strategies for the management of congenital cardiovascular malformations in utero and postnatally.
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