7 edition of A Conceptual history of modern embryology found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Developmental biology.|
|Statement||edited by Scott F. Gilbert.|
|Contributions||Gilbert, Scott F., 1949-|
|LC Classifications||QL953 .C66 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 266 p. :|
|Number of Pages||266|
|LC Control Number||93031904|
Embryology (from Greek ἔμβρυον, embryon, "the unborn, embryo"; and -λογία, -logia) is the branch of biology that studies the prenatal development of gametes (sex cells), fertilization, and development of embryos and onally, embryology encompasses the study of congenital disorders that occur before birth, known as teratology. Find link is a tool written by Edward Betts. A Conceptual History of Modern Embryology: Volume 7: A Conceptual History of Modern Embryology. Springer. p. ISBN Gert Holstege Review of Medical Embryology Book - LifeMap Discovery". Retrieved Christoph Friedrich Hegelmaier.
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"The collection is a conceptual history of modern embryology, an important niche to fill, but it also goes well beyond that. Readers will be stimulated by thoughts of related issues in a variety of fields -- biological, philosophical, historical, and sociological.5/5(1). Buy A Conceptual History of Modern Embryology: Volume 7: A Conceptual History of Modern Embryology (Developmental Biology) on FREE SHIPPING on.
Indeed, embryology used to be called Entwicklungsgeschichte, the developmental history of the organism. Both embryology and its history interpret the interplay between internal factors and external agents in the causation of new processes and : Springer US. Indeed, embryology used to be called Entwicklungsgeschichte, the developmental history of the organism.
Both embryology and its history interpret the interplay between internal factors and external agents in the causation of new processes and events.
Indeed, embryology used to be called Entwicklungsgeschichte, the developmental history of the organism. Both embryology and its history interpret the interplay between internal factors and external agents in the causation /5(4). A Conceptual history of modern embryology.
[Scott F Gilbert;] -- Although embryology is one of biology's principal disciplines, its history has been largely neglected. In this volume, Scott Gilbert brings together thirteen prominent embryologists and historians to.
A Conceptual history of modern embryology. [Scott F Gilbert;] -- Brings together 13 prominent embryologists and historians to write an account of the history of embryology and to explore the concepts that underlie modern embryology.
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Scott F. Gilbert. "Conceptual History Of Modern Embryology".Cited by: This is an introduction to a collection of articles on the conceptual history of epigenesis, from Aristotle to Harvey, Cavendish, Kant and Erasmus Darwin, moving into nineteenth-century biology.
This is an introduction to a collection of articles on the conceptual history of epigenesis, from Aristotle to Harvey, Cavendish, Kant and Erasmus Darwin, moving into nineteenth-century biology with Wolff, Blumenbach and His, and onto the twentieth century and current issues, with Waddington and by: 3.
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Gilbert. The book is divided into ‘A manual of modern plans’ reviewing the conceptual history of twentieth-century planning and ‘Three community paradigm’, a series. Lyta Alexander (1, words) Conceptual History of Modern Embryology. New York, NY: Plenum. ISBN Gilbert. Established inthe Embryology Course offers integrated lectures and laboratories that comprehensively cover the paradigms, problems, and technologies of modern developmental biology cast within a comparative framework of metazoan evolution.
This course has a rich history of shaping the field with six students and eight faculty becoming. A Conceptual History of Modern Embryology. Reprint. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, xiv + pp. Ill. $ (paperbound). Published in a cloth edition inthis book includes thirteen chapters by “historians, embryologists, embryologists-turned-historians, and historians-turned embryologists” (p.
vii). A textbook of general embryology. This book covers the following topics: Ontogeny, The cell and cell division, The germ cells and theib formation, Maturation, Fertilization, Cleavage, The germ cells and the processes of differentiation, heredity and sex determination, The blastxtla, gastrula and germ layers.
Although embryology is one of biology's principal disciplines, its history is often largely neglected. In this volume, Scott Gilbert brings together 13 prominent embryologists and historians to write an account of that history and to explore the concepts that underlie not only modern embryology but also developmental and evolutionary biology.
For information related to early embryologists in the United States see the book The Emergence of Experimental Embryology in the United States by S. Robert Hilfer, Ph.D.
Much of the early history of embryology was European based and in the 19th Century mainly German researchers began the detailed description of human development. A Conceptual History of Modern Embryology by Scott F.
Gilbert (Editor) avg rating — 5 ratings — published — 2 editions. Embryology, the study of the formation and development of an embryo and widespread use of the microscope and the advent of cellular biology in the 19th century, embryology was based on descriptive and comparative studies.
From the time of the Greek philosopher Aristotle it was debated whether the embryo was a preformed, miniature individual. What will it be? (A Concept book) by Jane Belk Moncure; Developmental biology.
Vol. 7, A conceptual history of modern embryology by Scott F. Gilbert; Changing syntheses in development by Wis. Milwaukee Society for Developmental Biology. A Conceptual History of Modern Embryology by Scott Gilbert.Historians, embryologists, embryologists-turned-historians, and historians-turned-embryologists collaborate on a history of embryology.
The predominant theme in the volume is the concept of induction, a pivotal principle in the history of embryology and /5.Program in the History ofScience, Stanford University, Stanford, CA Pioneers of Embryology mental embryology or developmental me-chanics (Entwicklungsmechanik).
Johannes Holtfreter's autobiographical chapter, in which he reminisces about his life andcareer, is ofaratherdifferentnature from the rest of the book.
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