GENE ACTIVITY IN EARLY DEVELOPMENT
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.
- 28 Sep 1986
- ELSEVIER SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY