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The Adrenal Cortex

By: I Chester Jones(Author)
340 pages, b/w illustrations
The Adrenal Cortex
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Originally published in 1957, The Adrenal Cortex provides a comprehensive account of the workings of the adrenal cortex in various vertebrate species. Chester Jones also covers the embryological development of the kidneys and suggests how the structure and function of the adrenal glands are related to one another in vertebrates. The Adrenal Cortex will be of value to anyone with an interest in the adrenal cortex or the history of science and zoology.



Part I. Eutheria
1. Gross anatomy
2. Histology
3. Adrenal steroid hormones
4. Biosynthesis of cortical hormones
5. Control of adrenocortical secretion
6. Functions of the adrenal cortex
7. Relationship of the cortex to peripheral tissue
8. Adrenal-gonad relationships
9. Natural abnormalities of function

Part II. Pisces
1. Elasmobranchii
2. Teleostei
3. Dipnoi
4. Cyclostomata

Part III. Amphibia

Part IV. Reptilia

Part V. Aves

Part VI. Prototheria and Metatheria
1. Prototheria
2. Metatheria

Part VII. Embryology

Part VIII. Correlation of Structure and Function


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By: I Chester Jones(Author)
340 pages, b/w illustrations
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