Research in animal embryology is centered on unlocking the mechanisms that control the formation of complex animal organisms from developing embryos. For zoologists, it is the academic parallel of plant embryology.

A basic first course in animal embryology will cover the general topics listed here:

  • Cell Division and Embryonic Growth
  • Acquisition of Embryonic Shape through Cell Division
  • Origin of Molecular Composition Differences in Embryonic Cells
  • Cell Composition Changes from Signal Molecules during Vertebrate Development
  • Gene Activation and Differences in Embryonic Cell Composition
  • Specific Transcription Factors that Unlock Embryonic Genes
  • Research in Molecular Embryology


There are some good online tutorials in animal embryology. Check out the ones at University of Wisconsin-Madison and University of New South Wales. A great list of books on human embryology can also be found on the University of New South Wales website. An excellent book on veterinary embryology is available at Amazon.com.

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