Molecular Embryology: How Molecules Give Birth to Animals

1st Edition

Michael J. Barry

CRC Press
Published April 2, 2002
Textbook - 212 Pages
ISBN 9781560329367 - CAT# RX4317

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Summary

Molecular Embryology explains in simple terms the molecular interactions that transform an egg to a complex embryo that in the end gives rise to a fully-formed animal. In doing so, the book covers one hundred and fifty years of experiments that have led to our present understanding of these molecular interactions. As the text progresses, the reader will gain a sense of the developmental similarities and differences between organisms. Students studying developmental biology and embryology will find this book an extremely useful introduction to the subject and will also appeal to anyone with an interest in the most recent advances in this largely undiscovered territory.

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