By: Laura R Keller, John H Evans and Thomas CS Keller
114 pages, B/w illus, figs, tabs
Experimental Developmental Biology: A Laboratory Manual is designed for use in college-level laboratory courses in developmental biology. It offers challenging experiments for students to perform as independent investigators as they probe developmental processes in living embryos at the organizational, cellular, and subcellular levels. It combines classical embryology with modern experimental methods. It provides numerous in-depth experiments in each exercise that focus on a single species of an organism. It concentrates on the living embryos of sea urchins, frogs, chicks, Drosophila, and sponges. It covers the procedures for gel electrophoresis and microscopy. It assembles essential references for background and further study. It offers guidelines for writing lab notes and reports. It contains an extensive preparer's guide to show students how to set up each lab. It outlines the theory of optics.
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