PERIOCULAR MESENCHYME HETEROGENEITY DURING MORPHOGENESIS OF THE VERTEBRATE OCULAR ANTERIOR SEGMENT

Kristyn L. Van Der Meulen
The vertebrate eye is a complex organ, responsible for the primary sense with which we interact with our environment: vision. Development of the eye is a tightly regulated process, controlled by a vast network of genes. This process begins with eye morphogenesis, when the eye structure is formed through a series of morphogenetic movements and culminates in the creation of the optic cup, lens, and presumptive optic stalk. Next, retinal differentiation creates the critical cell...
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