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Conclusions about the fate maps and morphogenetic movements of vertebrate embryos seem to be unduly influenced by antique homologic theory. Diversities within the phylum, greater than usually admitted, could extend to the behavior of individual moving cells and the factors generating and controlling that movement.
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