The Anatomical Basis of Mouse Development
by Matthew H. Kaufman, Jonathan B. L. Bard
The Anatomical Basis of Mouse Development is an essential anatomical resource for developmental biologists needing to know about any aspect of mouse developmental anatomy, as well as for geneticists using the mouse embryo as a model. This book is a companion to Kaufman's The Atlas of Mouse Development and details the developmental anatomy of the early embryo, the transitional tissues, and all the major organ systems. It also includes extensive reference indexes detailing developmental stage criteria, when tissues first appear, and the constituent tissues of embryos at each of the 26 Theiler stages, as well as tissue and author indexes and a glossary. This book will be a key reference work for anyone who needs to understand developmental anatomy in normal and mutant mice.
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