By Eve Harlow
An creation to the recommendations of counted-thread embroidery. There are forty eight stitches for engaged on evenweave textile, and a variety of principles for utilizing them. The stitches are all defined and illustrated in step by step diagrams.
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Mutations affecting programmed cell death in the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans. Science 220, 1277-1280. Hedgecock, Ε. , Culotti, J. , Thomson, J. , and Perkins, L. A. (1985). Axonal guidance mutants of Caenorhabditis elegans identified by filling sensory neurons with fluorescein dyes. Devel. Biol. I l l , 158-170. Hedgecock, Ε. , Culotti, J. , Hall, D. , and Stern, B. D. (1987). Genetics of cell and axon migrations in Caenorhabditis elegans. Development 100, 365-382. Hedgecock, Ε. , Culotti, J.
The divergence of HSN differentiation into two pathways ("maturation" and "specialization") also seems to confer a degree of plasticity in this system that is absent in the touch cell system, since it allows some aspects of differ entiation to be regulated independent of each other. For example, serotonin expression and axonal outgrowth appear to be dependent on hood formation but can occur independent of cell migration. Thus the HSNs in cell migration mutants are still functional, since increased axon outgrowth is capable of compensating for the migration defect.
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The Anchor Book of Counted Thread Embroidery Stitches by Eve Harlow