Product detailsAuthor : Norman John Berrill
Category : Cytology
Published : 1971
ISBN : UCAL:B5036071
Type : PDF & EPUB
Page : 552
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Reviews book: Amsterdam ; New York : Elsevier/North-Holland Biomedical Press New York : sole distributors for the U.S.A. and Canada, Elsevier North-Holland, 1979.
Reviews book: Developmental Biology of the sea Urchin Embryo.
Reviews book: A laboratory manual for developmental biology offering basic, easy to use, laboratory investigations (18 experiments) spanning various models including echinoderm (Sea Urchin), amphibian (Frog), chick embryo, and fern gametophyte.
Reviews book: Essential Developmental Biology is a comprehensive, richly illustrated introduction to all aspects of developmental biology. Written in a clear and accessible style, the third edition of this popular textbook has been expanded and updated In addition, an accompanying website provides instructional materials for both student and lecturer use, including animated developmental processes, a photo gallery of selected model organisms, and all artwork in downloadable format. With an emphasis throughout on the evidence underpinning the main conclusions, this book is an essential text for both introductory and more advanced courses in developmental biology. Shortlisted for the Society of Biology Book Awards 2013 in the Undergraduate Textbook category. Reviews of the Second Edition: "The second edition is a must have for anyone interested in development biology. New findings in hot fields such as stem cells, regeneration, and aging should make it attractive to a wide readership. Overall, the book is concise, well structured, and illustrated. I can highly recommend it." —Peter Gruss, Max Planck Society "I have always found Jonathan Slack's writing thoughtful, provocative, and engaging, and simply fun to read. This effort is no exception. Every student of developmental biology should experience his holistic yet analytical view of the subject." —Margaret Saha, College of William & Mary