This category lists sites related to the genetics of frogs, toads, salamander, and caecilians .
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Axolotls: Genetics and Colour
Provides an overview of the genetics behind the color variants, wild, melanoid, white and albino.
Developmental Biology: Xenopus as a Model System
Amphibian embryos remained the embryos of choice for experimental embryologists for many decades. This article outlines the attractions of Xenopus laevis, the South African Clawed Frog.
Frog Genetics: Xenopus Tropicalis Jumps into the Future
Article which explains why amphibian embryos are one of the favoured systems for elucidating the mechanisms of early development.
Indiana University Axolotl Colony
Genetic stock center for supply of embryos, larvae, and adults to laboratories and classrooms throughout the United States and abroad. Includes history, news, and personnel.
Salamander Genome Project
Development of expressed sequence tags (ESTS) and a comprehensive genome map. Includes project overview, linkage maps, and conserved syntenies .
Xenopus laevis and tropicalis biology and genomics resource.
Database focusing on gene expression in the frog, Xenopus laevis. Includes pictorial representations and expression domains.
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