Animal Species for Developmental Studies: Volume 1 by A. L. Yudin (auth.), T. A. Dettlaff, S. G. Vassetzky (eds.)

By A. L. Yudin (auth.), T. A. Dettlaff, S. G. Vassetzky (eds.)

This quantity contains common tables (description of ordinary improvement) for protozoa and invertebrates wide-spread in developmental biology experiences. The species selected mirror their merits for laboratory reports, the knowledge avail­ capable, and their availability for experimentation. bankruptcy eleven, which incorporates the traditional tables for the starfish Asterina pectinifera, used to be written especially for this edi­ tion, that is the invertebrate part of the revised and augmented translation of Ob"ekty Biologii Razvitiya released in Russian in 1975 as a quantity within the sequence of monographs Problemy Biologii Razyitiya (Problems of Developmental Biology) via Nauka Publishers, Moscow. the outline of each species is preceded through an creation within which the benefits of operating with the actual animal are said and the issues stud­ ied (with the most references) are defined. info also are supplied on its taxonomic prestige and distribution of the animal, and stipulations of retaining the grownup animals in laboratory. equipment of acquiring gametes, tools of man-made fertilization, meth­ ods of rearing embryos and larvae, and tables of ordinary improvement also are given.

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