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Widely acclaimed for its clinical relevance and clear writing style, Langman's Medical Embryology provides a user-friendly and innovative approach to learning embryology. The revised eleventh edition presents medical and health professions students with a concise yet thorough description of embryology and its clinical significance, an awareness of which is essential in the diagnosis, and prevention of birth defects.... more...

Worldwide, numerous textbooks and publications have dealt with research on muscle fibres carried out under different points of view. In addition, comprehensive works such as Myology (Engel and Franzini-Armstrong 1994), Disorders of Voluntary Muscle (Walton et al. 1994), and Skeletal Muscle (Schmalbruch 1985) as a volume ofthe work Handbook of Microscopic Anatomy, have been published. Moreover, proceedings from myology symposiums give us access to the... more...

1 Kevin Moses It is now 25 years since the study of the development of the compound eye in Drosophila really began with a classic paper (Ready et al. 1976). In 1864, August Weismann published a monograph on the development of Diptera and included some beautiful drawings of the developing imaginal discs (Weismann 1864). One of these is the first description of the third instar eye disc in which Weismann drew a vertical line separating a posterior domain... more...

The revolutionary progress made in this fascinating field of sexual reproduction inspired this generously illustrated volume. It includes 21 chapters written by experts, covering all aspects of the embryology of angiosperms, ranging from development, isolation, and structure of gametes to endosperm and seed development.

Written for neonatal and pediatric nurse practitioner students, Fetal and Neonatal Physiology for the Advanced Practice Nurse explores the developmental physiology of premature and term infants and presents common diseases that affect this specialized population. This unique text offers an innovative and engaging approach to learning normal and abnormal physiology to prepare students for their roles as resourceful and informed... more...


Developmental Neurobiology tells the extraordinary process of neural development by showing how the scientific discoveries were made and how the hypotheses evolved over time. Each chapter explores the specific mechanisms of development while highlighting the key experiments and methods used to make those discoveries―including descriptions of, and experiments utilizing, both invertebrate and vertebrate animal models. This distinctive... more...

Transform your Body with The Keto Meal Plan This Beginners Guide To A Ketogenic Diet contains a 30-day keto meal plan as a comprehensive guide to high-fat living that’s different from the rest. The Book aims to help get you started on your way should you be new to the low carb diet, or if you are just off it for a while and in need of a specific plan to help you along the way. With the strategies and recipes you’ll find here,... more...

Glomerular flltration represents one of the basic mechanisms in the function of an organism. Our understanding of this process is still quite fragmentary. Regulation of blood flow and pressure, together with regulation of the ultraflltration coefficient (which is an attribute of the flltration barrier), are the two fundamental mechanisms accounting for maintenance and adaptability of glomerular flltration. Regulation of glomerular blood flow is... more...

Publisher's Note: Products purchased from 3rd Party sellers are not guaranteed by the Publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product.   Vibrantly illustrated with full-color diagrams and clinical images, Langman's Medical Embryology, 14th Edition helps medical, nursing, and health professions students confidently develop a basic understanding of embryology and... more...

The overall purpose of Human Embryos, Human Beings is to establish the ontological status of the human embryo, in light of the most recent biological evidence. The thesis of the book is that sound philosophical reasoning and the available scientific evidence support the claim that a human being is present from the moment of fertilization onward (the "immediate hominization" view) and does not support the contrary claim that a human being appears only... more...