By: GA Foster
503 pages, Illus, tabs
There are other rat brain atlases available, but this is the definitive atlas of the early and late gestational age rat brain. It shows the development of anatomical structures from embryonic day 13 to the day of birth, using section-by-section photomicrographs together with accompanying line diagrams. Over 750 structures are identified, giving functional as well as anatomical descriptions, including up to eight transmitter-delineated cell groups on each accompanying map. The emphasis throughout is on facilitating the identification of structures for those without advanced training in anatomy, enhanced by a comprehensive index of structures, abbreviations, temporal appearance, and spatial orientation to make pathfinding as easy as possible. With over 230 micrographs of superb quality, Chemical neuroanatomy of the prenatal rat brain: a developmental atlas will be an essential resource for all researchers in developmental and molecular neurobiology.
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