International Review of Cytology, Volume 100

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K.W. Jeon, M. Friedlander
Academic Press, Feb 20, 1987 - Science - 450 pages
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Contents

Chapter 1 One Hundred Volumes of the International Review of Cytology
1
Chapter 2 Development of Centrifuges and Their Use in the Study of Living Cells
15
Chapter 3 The Chromosome Cycle and the Centrosome Cycle in the Mitotic Cycle
49
Chapter 4 Cell Reproduction
93
Chapter 5 The Early Days of Electron Microscopy of Nerve Tissue and Membranes
129
Their Cytochemical Detection and Related Cell Function
203
Chapter 7 Nucleocytoplasmic Interactions in Morphogenesis
249
Chapter 8 Protistan Phylogeny and Eukaryogenesis
319
Chapter 9 Protozoological Approaches to the Cellular Basis of Mammalian Stress Repair
371
Index
427
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About the author (1987)

Born in a small town in rural Arkansas, J.L. Bourne balances his time between his passion for writing, and his duties as an active duty, commissioned U.S. naval officer.

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