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8vo. xiv, 266 pp. Illus., index. Printed wrappers. Fine. Contents: Induction and the Origins of Developmental Genetics, by Scott F. Gilbert; / The Rise of Classical Descriptive Embryology, by Frederick B. Churchill; / Laurent Chabry and the Beginnings of Experimental Embryology in France, by Jean-Louis Fischer; / The Origins of Entwicklungsmechanik, by Jane Maienschein; / Curt Herbst's Contributions to the Concept of Embryonic Induction, by Jane M. Oppenheimer; / Spemann Seen through a Lens, by Margaret Saha; / Reminiscences on the Life and Work of Johannes Holtfreter, by Johannes Holtfreter; / The Conceptual and Experimental Foundations of Vertebrate Embryonic Cell Adhesion Research, by Gerald B. Grunwald; / The Philosophical Background of Joseph Needham's Work in Chemical Embryology, by P. G. Abir-Am; / Induction and the Origins of Developmental Genetics, by Scott F. Gilbert; / Boris Ephrussi and the Synthesis of Genetics and Embryology, by Richard M. Burian, Jean Gayon, Doris T. Zallen; / Concepts of Organization the Leverage of Ciliate Protozoa, by Jan Sapp. ISBN: 0801847370 / 0-8018-4737-0
Title: A Conceptual History of Modern Embryology.
Publisher: Baltimore and London:, Johns Hopkins University Press, 1994.: 1994
ISBN Number: 0801847370
ISBN Number 13: 9780801847370
lbs: 3.00 lbs
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