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Developmental biology

Author: Scott F Gilbert; Susan R Singer; Mary S Tyler; Ronald N Kozlowski
Publisher: Sunderland, Mass. : Sinauer Associates, ©2003.
Edition/Format:   Book : CD for computer : English : 7th edView all editions and formats
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In addition to exploring and synthesizing the organismal, cellular and molecular aspects of animal development, the seventh edition of this title, with CD-ROM, book and manual, expands its coverage  Read more...

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Genre/Form: [manuel]
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Scott F Gilbert; Susan R Singer; Mary S Tyler; Ronald N Kozlowski
ISBN: 0878932585 9780878932580 087893832X 9780878938322
OCLC Number: 154663147
Notes: "Includes Developmental biology : a guide for experimental study. Third edition"--Étiquette du disque.
Titre de l'étiquette du disque: Vade mecum 2 : an interactive guide to Developmental Biology / Mary S. Tyler, Ronald N. Kozlowski. 3rd ed.
Description: xvii, 838 p. : ill. (certaines en coul.) ; 29 cm + 1 cédérom (12 cm)
Details: Configuration requise: PC; Pentium III CPU, 800 MHz ou plus; 128 Mo de RAM (30 Mo de RAM libre); Windows 2000, XP ou plus; carte de son compatible Windows; lecteur de cédérom ou DVD 10x ou plus; couleurs 16 bits; résolution d'écran 800 x 600 ou plus; Quick Time 6.0 ou plus récent. Macintosh; Power Macintosh G3 ou plus récent; 128 Mo de RAM (30 Mo d'espace libre); System 9.2, Mac OS x 10.1.2 ou plus récent; lecteur de cédérom ou DVD 10x ou plus; couleurs 16 bits; résolution d'écran 800 x 600 ou plus; Quick Time 6.0 ou plus récent.
Contents: PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY - Developmental Biology: The Anatomical Tradition - Life Cycles and the Evolution of Developmental Patterns - Principles of Experimental Embryology - The Genetic Core of Development - The Paradigm of Differential Gene Expression - Cell-Cell Communication in Development - EARLY EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT - Fertilization: Beginning a New Organism - Early Development in Selected Invertebrates - The Genetics of Axis Specification in Drosphilia - Early Development and Axis Formation in Amphibians - The Early Development of Vertebrates: Fish, Birds and Mammals - LATER EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT - The Emergence of the Ectoderm: The Central Nervous System and the Epidermis - Neural Crest Cells and Axonal Specificity - Paraxial and Intermediate Mesoderm - Lateral plate Mesoderm and Endoderm - Development of the Tetrapod Limb - Sex determination - Metamorphosis, Regeneration, and Aging - The Saga of the Germ Line - RAMIFICATIONS OF DEVELOPMENT BIOLOGY - An Overview of Plant Development; S.R.Singer - Medical Implications of Developmental Development - Environmental Regulation of Animal Development - Developmental Mechanisms of Evolutionary Change
Responsibility: Scott F. Gilbert ; with a chapter on plant development by Susan R. Singer.
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