By Gerald P. Schatten
Current issues in Developmental Biology presents a entire survey of the main issues within the box of developmental biology. The volumes are priceless to researchers in animal and plant improvement, in addition to to scholars and pros who wish an advent to mobile and molecular mechanisms of improvement. The sequence has lately handed its 30-year mark, making it the longest-running discussion board for modern matters in developmental biology.
- Includes details at the Zebrafish genetics and formation of embryonic vasculature
- Offers an research of muscle stem cells
- Provides information on ailments within the Drosophila fly
- Selection of nine tables and 10 colour figures
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