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Evolutionary mechanisms of defense reactions

Auteur: Václav Větvička; Petr Šíma
Uitgever: 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  Meer lezen...

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Aanvullende fysieke materiaalsoort: Online version:
Větvička, Václav, 1954-
Evolutionary mechanisms of defense reactions.
Basel ; Boston : Birkhauser Verlag, ©1998
(OCoLC)645945247
Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Václav Větvička; Petr Šíma
ISBN: 3764358130 9783764358136 0817658130 9780817658137
OCLC-nummer: 39051637
Beschrijving: xi, 196 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Inhoud: 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.
Verantwoordelijkheid: V. Vetvicka and P. Šíma.

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