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Part 1 Cytoskeletal mechanisms in nonchordate development: cytoskeleton, cellular signals and cytoplasmic localization in chaetopterus embryos, W.R. Eckberg and W.A. Anderson; cytoskeleton and ctenophore development, E. Houliston et al; sea urchin microtubules, K.A. Suprenant and M.A. Foltz; actin-membrane cytoskeletal dynamics in early eas urchin development, E.M. Bonder and D.J. Fishkind; RNA localization and the cytoskeleton in Drosophilia oocytes, N.J. Pokrywka; role of actin cytoskeleton in early Drosophilia development, K.G. Miller; role of the cytoskeleton in generation of spatial patterns in tubifex eggs, T. Shimizu. Part 2 Cytoskeletal mechanisms in chordate development: development and evolution of an egg cytoskeletal domain in ascidians, W. Jeffery; remodelling of the specialized intermediate filament network in mammalian aggs and embryos during development - regulation by protein kinase C and protein kinase M, G.I. Gallicano and D. Capco; mammalian model systems for exploring cytoskeletal dynamics during fertilization, C.S. Navara; cytoskeleton in teleost eggs and early embryos - contributions to cytoarchitecture and motile events, N.H. Hart and R.A. Fluck; confocal immunofluorescence microscopy of microtubules, MAPS, and MTOCs during amphibian oogenesis and early development , D.L. Gard et al; cortical cytoskeleton of the Xenopus oocyte, egg and early embryo, C.A. Larabell; intermediate filament organization, reorganization and function in the clawed frog Xenopus, M.W. Klymkowsky.

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