Edited By: HF Epstein and DC Shakes
658 pages, Figs, tabs
C. elegans has exactly 959 somatic cells and 3,000 genes, all of which have been identified and mapped, and it is easy to multiply in a petri dish. It is useful in illustrating how nervous systems develop, what genes say, and why and how cells die. NB: this title is also available in hardback as Volume 48 of the series &io;Methods in Cell Biology&o; (#47727).
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