|Title:||Atlas and Laboratory Guide for Vertebrate Embryology|
|Format:||lrf mbr txt mobi|
|ePUB size:||1974 kb|
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|Publisher:||McGraw-Hill Inc.,US (April 1975)|
Saul Wischnitzer’s most popular book is Top 100 Health-Care Careers: Your Complete Guidebook. Atlas And Laboratory Guide For Vertebrate Embryology by. Saul Wischnitzer.
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Books by Saul Wischnitzer, Barron's guide to medical & dental schools, Atlas and dissection guide for comparative anatomy, Atlas and dissection guide for comparative anatomy, Introduction to electron microscopy, Barron's Futures in health, Barron's guide to medical, dental, and allied health science careers, Atlas and laboratory guide for vertebrate embryology, Anatomy of the Protochordates: Morphology.
Betty Slayton Gurdon High School Gurdon, Arkansas ATLAS AND DISSECTION GUIDE - FOR COMPARATIVE ANATOMY by Saul Wischnitzer. Freeman and Company (660 Market Street, San Francisco 94104). Illustrations in these chapters are sufficiently detailed to be useful in laboratory exercises. There are, as well, excellent color photo- graphs from nature. All chapters con- clude with a brief list of well-selected references for further reading.
by Saul Wischnitzer (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0716769590. Why is ISBN important? ISBN. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work. The book itself is informative and simple to understand. But the condition that it came in was horrible. One person found this helpful.
textbook (4) Vertebrate Morphology (1) YA (1) zoology (3). ▾LibraryThing Recommendations. No current Talk conversations about this book. Library descriptions. A concise guide to the study of the animal forms most commonly covered in comparative anatomy labs.
For laboratory courses in comparative vertebrate anatomy. Dr. Wischnitzer's atlas/dissection guide has offered a peerless combination of illustrations, text, and design for over 25 years. This book offers an exceptional introduction to the anatomy of the amphioxus, tunicate, acorn worm, lamprey, dogfish shark, mud pupy, and cat. High quality two and three dimensional illustrations (some in color); meticulous labeling; precise text facing the corresponding diagram; and easy-to-follow instructions are all here.
The purpose of this book is twofold: it is meant to serve both as a practical manual for the study of animal development and as a general introduction to the subject. Central to our en deavour is the belief that developmental biology is best taught and learnt at the laboratory bench, with specimens which are either alive and can be seen to develop or with fresh material derived directly from the egg (as in birds) or mother (as in mammals). Embryology ceased to be a descriptive science at the beginning of this century and any practical course, at what ever level, should attempt to reflect this change. It is true that the analysis of development, particularly the genesis of chor date structure, owed much to the invention of the microtome. Traducción de: Atlas and laboratory guide for vertebrate Incluye bibliografía e índice.
By (author) Saul Wischnitzer. Ideal for undergraduate comparative anatomy courses, this classic manual combines comprehensive illustrations, text, and a clear, readable design. Organisms include protochordates, lampry, dogfish shark, mud puppy, and cat. show more. By (author) Saul Wischnitzer. Free delivery worldwide.