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C. Elegans II

Monograph

Series: Cold Spring Harbor Monograph Series Volume: 33

Edited By: Donald L Riddle, Thomas blumenthal, Barbara J Meyer and James R Priess

1222 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press

Paperback | Jan 1998 | #85483 | ISBN: 0879695323
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Hardback | Dec 1997 | #62496 | ISBN: 0879694882
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About this book

Studies of the cells and genes of the nematode C. elegans have become a cornerstone of current biology. A classic 1988 Cold Spring Harbor monograph, The Nematode Caenorhabdits elegans, described the basic genetics, anatomy and development of the organism. Now, in that authoritative tradition, comes C. elegans II -- not a second edition but a book that breaks new ground and defines the current status of the field, providing a detailed molecular explanation of how development is regulated and the nervous system specifies varied aspects of behavior. This volume is a must for any investigator doing worm studies but it has been written and rigorously edited to illuminate for a wider community of investigators in cell and molecular biology who should know how new knowledge of C. elegans relates to their own specialty.


Contents

Genome; development; neural networks and behaviour; life history and evolution. Appendices.

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