Monika Hassel

Morphology and Evolution of Animals Philipps University Marburg, Marburg, Hessen, Germany 
"Monika Hassel"
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Mueller WA, Hassel M, Grealy M. (2015) Development and reproduction in humans and animal model species Development and Reproduction in Humans and Animal Model Species. 1-725
Hassel M. (2015) "Coeducation" across courses of studies in biology | "Koedukation" über Biologie-Studiengänge hinweg Biologie in Unserer Zeit. 45: 271
Lange E, Bertrand S, Holz O, et al. (2014) Dynamic expression of a Hydra FGF at boundaries and termini. Development Genes and Evolution. 224: 235-44
Hasse C, Holz O, Lange E, et al. (2014) FGFR-ERK signaling is an essential component of tissue separation. Developmental Biology. 395: 154-66
Rudolf A, Hübinger C, Hüsken K, et al. (2013) The Hydra FGFR, Kringelchen, partially replaces the Drosophila Heartless FGFR. Development Genes and Evolution. 223: 159-69
Böttger A, Hassel M. (2012) Hydra, a model system to trace the emergence of boundaries in developing eumetazoans. The International Journal of Developmental Biology. 56: 583-91
Hassel M. (2012) The academic reform requires a structural reform! | Die Studienreform erfordert eine Strukturreform! Biologie in Unserer Zeit. 42: 271-271
Hassel M, Rebscher N. (2011) Start on a high level: Primal animals already possessed complex FGF receptors | Start auf hohem Niveau: Schon ursprüngliche Tiere besaßen komplexe FGF-Rezeptoren Biologie in Unserer Zeit. 41: 166-167
Hassel M. (2011) Evolutionary developmental biology | Evo-Devo-Biologie Biologie in Unserer Zeit. 41: 151
Hasse C, Rebscher N, Reiher W, et al. (2010) Three consecutive generations of nephridia occur during development of Platynereis dumerilii (Annelida, Polychaeta). Developmental Dynamics : An Official Publication of the American Association of Anatomists. 239: 1967-76
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