Braunschweig:, Friedrich Vieweg und sohn, 1886. : 1886
Seller ID: BL3805
Second edition [first issued in 1865]. 8vo. XVI, 519 pp. Engraved frontis.; foxed. Later quarter brown cloth, boards. Very good. Autobiography and including a comprehensive bibliography of the author's work. View More...
Ithaca:, Cornell University Press, (1967). : 1967
Seller ID: S11568
2 volumes. 4to. xxiii, 376; xiii, 381-883 pp. Illus., (71 page) index. Maroon cloth, glassine wrappers (as issued), maroon cloth slip-case. Near fine. A splendid facsimile edition and translation, of two works of Fabricius. The introduction includes a history of embryology before Fabricius. "Fabricius wrote at great length on embryology, inventing many theories, some of which were false. His illustrations marked a great advance on previous work. Fabricius recorded for the first time the dissection of several embryos" ? Garrison-Morton 465 and 466 (citing the first Latin editions of 1621 and 1... View More...
Baltimore and London:, Johns Hopkins University Press, 1994. : 1994
Seller ID: S12991
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;... View More...