Research Area

Developmental Biology

Developmental Biology 

Developmental biology is the science of applying modern biological techniques to study the nature of biological development. It focuses on the mechanisms by which life processes develop in multicellular organisms from germ cell ontogeny, fertilization, embryonic development, growth, aging, and death, i.e., in the development of individual organisms. It also studies the mechanisms of species population genesis. Development involves a variety of life phenomena, such as cell division, cell differentiation, cell migration, cell death, growth, aging, and death. Developmental biology is also a discipline with a wide range of application prospects. The study of germ cell genesis, fertilization, and other processes is the theoretical basis for the development of artificial propagation of animals and plants, genetic breeding, animal embryo and reproductive engineering, and other production and application technologies. Research on the mechanism of cell differentiation, regulation of gene expression and the relationship between morphological pattern formation and biological function is the basis for solving many medical problems faced by human beings (such as the prevention and treatment of cancer) as well as for the development of emerging medical industrial engineering, such as organ and tissue culture, and also the basis for the development of genetic engineering into a mature and practical technology.

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