We demonstrate regeneration capability of the skin pigment system of clawed frog larvae after local damage to melanophores without skin rupture. The contribution to recovery of pigmentation of the injured area of de novo differentiation of melanophores is compared to contribution of mitotic division of undamaged melanophores localized on the boundaries of the injured area. The regeneration process is observed during various stages of pigment system development of larvae. We establish that, compared to ontogenetic dynamics, pigmentation development in animals is more intense during the regeneration.
Russian Journal of Developmental Biology – Springer Journals
Published: Feb 23, 2017
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