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A Hand Book of Methodology for Microscopists, Illustrated With Photomicrographs

 
Jyotiswarup Datta Munshi (Author)
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Contents: Preface. 1. Narcotization of animals and fixing and hardening. 2. Fixation by Altman's freezing drying method. 3. Cytology and cytochemistry of the granular cells found in the gills of certain fresh water teleosts. 4. Vital staining. 5. A guide for students of microtomy. 6. Chloride cells in the gills of fresh-water teleosts. 7. Scanning electron microscopy special methods for blood vessels. 8. Electron microscopy. 9. Gill diffusion capacity of a fresh-water major carp, Labeo Rohita Ham in relation to body weight. 10. Evolutionary transformation of the respiratory islets of air breathing organs in teleostean fishes. 11. Gross and fine structure of the respiratory organs of air breathing fishes. 12. Oxygen uptake capacity of gills an skin in relation to body weight of the air breathing silluroid fish, clarias batrachus Linn. Epilogue. References. Author Index. Subject Index.

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About the author

Jyotiswarup Datta Munshi

Jyotiswarup Datta Munshi, born 8 February, 1930, Ph.D Banaras Hindu University (1959), Professor and Head, Post-Graduate Department of Zoology, Bhagalpur University 1970-1992. Formerly, Lecturer in Zoology, Patna University (1952-62), Reader in Zoology, Banaras Hindu University (1962-70), Professor Datta Munshi continued to be associated with Bhagalpur University as CSIR Emeritus Scientist (1992-95) and Senior Scientist, INSA (1996-2000).

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Bibliographic information

Title A Hand Book of Methodology for Microscopists, Illustrated With Photomicrographs
Format Hardcover
Date published: 16.01.2014
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 9789380428802
length xiv+162p., Illustrations; 23cm.