Morphogenesis in a Community of Filamentous Cyanobacteriaстатья

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[1] Sumina E. L., Sumin D. L. Morphogenesis in a community of filamentous cyanobacteria // Russian Journal of Developmental Biology. — 2013. — Vol. 44, no. 3. — P. 158–176. Abstract—Reversible differentiation was experimentally discovered in a community of modern filamentous cyanobacteria Oscillatoria terebriformis. Splitting of the initially uniform community into differentiated parts (strands, multiradiate aggregates, networks, etc.) occurs only for the duration of a function facilitating the activity of this community as an integral unit. The structures are formed as a result of regrouping of the filaments, without their specialization. A morphologically regulatory system (polygonal network) was found to development under the impact of extreme factors. The levels of structural organization of filamentous cyanobacteria and mul-ticellular eukaryotes were compared (individual cells in a filament—cell organelles; filaments—individual cells; community—organism), and the similarities and differences in morphogenesis of these groups were analyzed using the data on the embryonic regulation in multicellular eukaryotes. Spatial information in morphogenesis was shown to result not from direct realization of an inherited program but is created by the elements of integral organisms (cells and filaments) in the course of development. [ DOI ]

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