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Evolutionary mechanisms of defense reactions

Autore: Václav Větvička; Petr Šíma
Editore: Basel ; Boston : Birkhauser Verlag, ©1998.
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This text represents an evolutionary approach to defence mechanisms of all living organisms. It evaluates the advantages and limitations of studying the development of defence reactions and reviews  Per saperne di più…

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Informazioni aggiuntive sul formato: Online version:
Větvička, Václav, 1954-
Evolutionary mechanisms of defense reactions.
Basel ; Boston : Birkhauser Verlag, ©1998
(OCoLC)645945247
Tipo documento: Book
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: Václav Větvička; Petr Šíma
ISBN: 3764358130 9783764358136 0817658130 9780817658137
Numero OCLC: 39051637
Descrizione: xi, 196 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contenuti: Animals at the cell-aggregate body organization: porifera -humoral immunity, cellular immunity, conclusions; diblastic animals - humoral immunity, cellular immunity, conclusions; protostomes - annelida - the evolutionary significance of metamery and the coelom, the cells, the origin, humoral immunity, cellular immunity, conclusions; arthropoda; chelicerata - the cells and structures engaged in the immune reactions, humoral immunity, cellular immunity; crustacea - humoral immunity, cellular immunity; insecta - blood cells, haemopoietic structures and their possible relevance to immunity, humoral immunity, cellular immunity; mollusca - the haemopoietic tissues and organs, the gastropods, the bivalves, the cephalopods, humoral immunity, cellular immunity, conclusions; deuterostomes - echinodermata -the echinoderm coelomic derivatives and their possible role in immunity, the immune significance of coelomic tubular and perivisceral systems, humoral immunity, cellular immunity, conclusions; chordates - urochordata - the anatomical features of ascidians in regard to their possible immune significance, the immune significance of the pharyngeal region, other structures engaged in the immunity, humoral immunity, cellular immunity, conclusions; vertebrates - agnatha - origin, the immunocompetent tissues and organs, humoral immunity, cellular immunity; chondrichthyes - origins, the immunocompetent tissues and organs of chondrichthyans, development of lymphohaemopoiesis in elasmobranchs, humoral immunity, cellular immunity, conclusions; osteichthyes - origins, the immunocompetent tissues and organs of osteichthyans, cells, MHC antigens, nonspecific humoral immunity, nonspecific cellular immunity, cellular cooperation, conclusions; general conclusions.
Responsabilità: V. Vetvicka and P. Šíma.

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