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Invertebrate Reproduction and Development

 
N K Dhakad (Author) Ambika Prasad Diwan (Author)
Synopsis Invertebrate Reproduction and Development has been presented within the framework of scientific discovery. Morphogenesis in Animals has made tremendous and incredible strides in recent years. Consequently, existing concepts of the developmental biology have expanded. There has been a revolution indeed in this direction. The text integrates the descriptive, experimental and biochemical approaches with a conceptual framework for the analysis of development. All important points are illustrated diagrammatically. The title is not intended to be comprehensive nor could it be at length, but it concentrates as putting across the basic principles of the subject as briefly and lucidly as possible. It does this with the aid of carefully selected examples, some recent and other classic of the field and with numerous illustrations. The aim is to enthuse the reader with this active and exciting area of research and to lay a solid foundation on which further study of its various facets may be based.The book will prove a valuable asset for the graduate and postgraduate students of biology and also for research scholars and teachers.The book is a fifth in the series of Recent Advances in Developmental Biology. It has been divided in eleven main chapters like Fertilization and Sexuality, Reproduction in Hydra, Development of various Helminthes, Development of Echinoids and so on. The book is fully diagramed to make the subject easy to grasp.
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Bibliographic information

Title Invertebrate Reproduction and Development
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1996
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788174882271
length viii+482p., 23cm.