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Vade Mecum2: An Interactive Guide To Developmental Biology Version 2.2

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By: Mary S Tyler and Ronald N Kozlowski

140 interactive videos and 300 labelled photos

Sinauer Associates

Compact Disc | May 2006 | Edition: 2 | #163041 | ISBN: 0878938516
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Vade Mecum 2 is an interactive guide to developmental biology and a superb resource for teachers and students. It contains PowerPoint slides, over 140 interactive videos and 300 labelled photographs instructing students on the life cycles of organisms, a laboratory manual containing challenging experiments for large and small classes, interactive puzzles and web links, a complete glossary with rollover definitions, study questions and a laboratory skills guide, all augmented by a specially designed web site.


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MARY S. TYLER is Professor in the Biological Sciences Department at the University of Maine, Orono, USA. Among several awards, she received the University's Distinguished Maine Professor Award in 1981 and the Most Inspiring Professor of the Year Award from University of Maine Student Government in 1997. Her research interests have been primarily in vertebrate embryonic development, studying organ development and tissue interactions using in vitro experimental techniques. RONALD N. KOZLOWSKI is a Research Associate in the Biological Sciences Department at the University of Maine, Orono,

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