While working in this field, Peter J. Bryant studies both Ecdysis and Larva. His Botany research extends to the thematically linked field of Larva. His Botany study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Instar. In his papers, Peter J. Bryant integrates diverse fields, such as Instar and Ecdysis. In most of his Anatomy studies, his work intersects topics such as Tibia. Many of his studies on Tibia apply to Anatomy as well. Appendage and Insect are two areas of study in which Peter J. Bryant engages in interdisciplinary research. He undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Insect and Appendage in his work. His research brings together the fields of Regeneration (biology) and Cell biology.
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Pattern regulation in epimorphic fields
Vernon French;Peter J. Bryant;Susan V. Bryant.
The discs-large tumor suppressor gene of Drosophila encodes a guanylate kinase homolog localized at septate junctions
Daniel F. Woods;Peter J. Bryant.
The Drosophila Tumor Suppressor Gene Warts Encodes a Homolog of Human Myotonic Dystrophy Kinase and Is Required for the Control of Cell Shape and Proliferation
R W Justice;O Zilian;D F Woods;M Noll.
Genes & Development (1995)
The FERM domain: A unique module involved in the linkage of cytoplasmic proteins to the membrane
Athar H. Chishti;Anthony C. Kim;Shirin M. Marfatia;Mohini Lutchman.
Trends in Biochemical Sciences (1998)
The fat tumor suppressor gene in Drosophila encodes a novel member of the cadherin gene superfamily.
Paul A. Mahoney;Ursula Weber;Patricia Onofrechuk;Harald Biessmann.
Distal Regeneration and Symmetry
Susan V. Bryant;Vernon French;Peter J. Bryant.
Dlg protein is required for junction structure, cell polarity, and proliferation control in Drosophila epithelia.
D F Woods;C Hough;D Peel;G Callaini.
Journal of Cell Biology (1996)
Pattern formation in the imaginal wing disc of Drosophila melanogaster: Fate map, regeneration and duplication
Peter J. Bryant.
Journal of Experimental Zoology (1975)
A new family of growth factors produced by the fat body and active on Drosophila imaginal disc cells
Kazuo Kawamura;Tatsuhiro Shibata;Olivier Saget;David Peel.
Intrinsic and Extrinsic Control of Growth in Developing Organs
Peter J. Bryant;Pat Simpson.
The Quarterly Review of Biology (1984)
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