Current Topics in Developmental Biology, Volume 15
Academic Press, Jan 9, 1981 - Science - 426 pages
Current Topics in Developmental Biology is a long-standing series that provides comprehensive surveys of major topics in the field of developmental biology. Volume 15 has a focus on developmental neurobiology and includes articles written by outstanding research scientists who themselves investigate various aspects of the volume’s central theme. This volume should be particularly appealing to principal investigators, post-doctoral fellows, and graduate students who are looking for up-to-date, in-depth reviews of cellular and molecular mechanisms in animal and plant development.
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Chapter 2 On the longTerm Control of Nuclear Activity during Cell Differentiation
Chapter 3 The Integrity of the Reproductive Cell line in the Amphibia
Chapter 4 Regulation of Pollen lube Growth
Chapter 5 Problems of Differentiation in the Vertebrate lens
Chapter 6 Reconstruction of Muscle Development as a Sequence of Macromolecular Syntheses
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