The new third edition of Gene Activity in Early Development reflects the ten years of technological progress since the last edition. Providing a unique blend of classical and molecular knowledge, it discusses all major embryonic systems from both a comparative and mechanistic point of view. In deriving overall interpretations of developmental phenomena, it brings into play all the disparate forms of evidence, including genetic, molecular, and cytological.**This book is written for any serious student or scholar entering the field, whether his or her background is in genetics, molecular biology, or embryology.
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...providing a strongly comparative point of view and generating broad and well-balanced interpretations of large bodies of connected facts. The result is an excellent book...
It is a meticulously prepared heavyweight review, clearly written but with the density of citation and numerical detail that are the stuff of reference works....an invaluable insurance against having to read more than a fraction of the 1,800 or so references cited.
...all who read thebook, undergraduate and senior scientist alike, will find themselves well served by this unique and particularly insightful view of development.
--ENGINEERING & SCIENCE
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Book Description Academic Press, 1986. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 3. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0122051610
Book Description Academic Press, 1986. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110122051610
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