by T. A. McGeady
Veterinary Embryology provides information relevant to many subjects taught in preclinical, paraclinical and clinical years.
Veterinary Embryology features:
- Written by a team which includes members with expertise in developmental anatomy, molecular biology and clinical aspects of veterinary medicine.
- The authors have extensive experience in the teaching of veterinary embryology and cognate subjects.
- Illustrations, hand-drawn by a veterinary graduate, are used extensively to explain organogenesis and system developments.
- An explanatory glossary provides concise information on specialised terms used in the text.
- The index is designed for easy retrieval of information.
- Division, Growth and Differentiation of Cells
- Aspects of Cell Signalling and Gene Functioning During Development
- Establishment of the Basic Body Plan
- Coelomic Cavities
- Foetal Membranes
- Forms of Implantation and Placentation
- Cardiovascular System
- Embryological and Post-Natal Features of Hematopoiesis
- Nervous System
- Muscular and Skeletal Systems
- Digestive System
- Respiratory System
- Urinary System
- Male and Female Reproductive Systems
- Structures in the Head and Neck
- Endocrine System
- Eye and Ear
- Integumentary System
- Age Determination of the Embryo and Foetus
- Genetic, Chromosomal and Environmental Factors which Adversely Affect Pre-Natal Development