Laboratory Studies of Vertebrate and Invertebrate Embryo: Guide of Descriptive and Experimental Development

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For upper-level undergraduate/graduate-level courses in Developmental Biology, Embryology, Cell and Developmental Biology in Biology, Zoology, and Cell/Developmental Biology departments.

Laboratory Studies is the most comprehensive laboratory guide available in the field of developmental biology and embryology, and is written to allow students to study material independently—without the need for supplemental materials. It is the only text/manual to integrate a laboratory—combining descriptive and experimental studies on living embryos—with a complete atlas of embryonic development viewed from the most technologically enhanced viewpoints. It features broad coverage (sea urchin, frog, chick, mouse, and pig—all popular educational and research models) and is the only guide to provide detailed descriptions of a wide-range of developing stages.

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The eighth edition of this widely respected volume continues the tradition of introducing laboratory studies of developmental biology with its broad coverage, copious illustrations and detailed descriptions of a wide range of developing stages. Unique in its combination of a detailed atlas with interesting exercises on living embryos, it also contains complete instructions for additional experimental studies that include state-of-the-art research approaches. The eighth edition adds a new chapter on the development of the mouse embryo, many new illustrations, seven new advanced hands-on studies and a glossary.

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DR. GARY C. SCHOENWOLF is a professor in the Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy at the University of Utah School of Medicine, where he teaches students at the undergraduate through postdoctoral levels. Author of well over 100 articles, his current research focuses on cell—cell signaling during early patterning of the vertebrate embryo. He and his wife Pat have two children, Jennifer and Gregory.

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