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Invertebrate Histology


Invertebrate Histology


1. Aufl.

von: Elise E. B. LaDouceur

173,99 €

Verlag: Wiley-Blackwell
Format: EPUB
Veröffentl.: 08.01.2021
ISBN/EAN: 9781119507604
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 352

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<p><b>The first comprehensive reference to invertebrate histology</b> </p> <p><i>Invertebrate Histology</i> is a groundbreaking text that offers a comprehensive review of histology in invertebrates. Designed for use by anyone studying, diagnosing, or researching invertebrates, the book covers all major taxonomic groups with details of the histologic features, with color photographs and drawings that clearly demonstrate gross anatomy and histology. The authors, who are each experts in the histology of their respective taxa, bring together the most recent information on the topic into a single, complete volume. </p> <p>An accessible resource, each chapter focuses on a single taxonomic group with salient gross and histologic features that are clearly described in the text and augmented with color photographs and greyscale line drawings. The histologic images are from mostly hematoxylin and eosin stained microscopic slides showing various organ systems at high and low magnification. In addition, each chapter provides helpful tips for invertebrate dissection and information on how to process invertebrates for histology. This important book:  </p> <ul> <li>Presents detailed information on histology of all major groups of invertebrates </li> <li>Offers a user-friendly text that is organized by taxonomic group for easy reference </li> <li>Features high-quality color photographs and drawings, with slides showing histology and gross photographs to demonstrate anatomy </li> <li>Provides details on invertebrate dissection and processing invertebrates for histology  </li> </ul> <p>Written for veterinary pathologists, biologists, zoologists, students, and other scientists studying these species, <i>Invertebrate Histology </i>offers the most updated information on the topic written by over 20 experts in the field. </p>
<p>Foreword     000</p> <p>Gregory A. Lewbart</p> <p>1              Echinodermata     000</p> <p>                Alisa L. Newton and Michelle Dennis</p> <p>13.1        Introduction     000</p> <p>13.2        Gross Anatomy     000</p> <p>13.3        Histology     000</p> <p>2              Porifera     000</p> <p>                Alexander Ereskovsky and Andrey Lavrov</p> <p>2.1          Introduction     000</p> <p>2.2          Gross Anatomy     000</p> <p>2.3          Histology     000</p> <p>3              Cnidaria     000</p> <p>                Ilze K. Berzins, Roy P. E. Yanong, Elise E. B. LaDouceur, and Esther C. Peters</p> <p>3.1          Introduction     000</p> <p>3.2          Gross Anatomy     000</p> <p>3.3          Histology     000</p> <p>4              Mollusca: Gastropoda     000</p> <p>                Michelle Dennis, Kinga Molnár, György Kriska, and Péter Lőw</p> <p>4.1          Introduction     000</p> <p>4.2          Gross Anatomy     000</p> <p>4.3          Histology     000</p> <p>5              Mollusca: Cephalopoda     000</p> <p>                Jennifer A. Dill-Okubo, Ilze K. Berzins, Elise E. B. LaDouceur, Alvin C. Camus</p> <p>5.1          Introduction     000</p> <p>5.2          Gross Anatomy     000</p> <p>5.3          Histology     000</p> <p>6              Mollusca: Bivalvia     000</p> <p>                Roxanna Smolowitz</p> <p>6.1          Introduction     000</p> <p>6.2          Gross Anatomy     000</p> <p>6.3          Histology     000</p> <p>7              Annelida     000</p> <p>                Péter Lőw, György Kriska, and Kinga Molnár</p> <p>7.1          Introduction     000</p> <p>7.2          Gross Anatomy     000</p> <p>7.3          Histology     000</p> <p>8              Arthropoda: Chelicerate Arthropoda: Arachnida     000</p> <p>Benjamin Kennedy, Steven Trim, Damien Laudier, Elise E. B. LaDouceur, and John E. Cooper</p> <p>8.1          Introduction     000</p> <p>8.2          Gross Anatomy     000</p> <p>8.3          Histology     000</p> <p>9              Arthropoda: Chelicerate Arthropoda: Merostomata     000</p> <p>                Elise E. B. LaDouceur, Michael M. Garner, Katie J. Roorda (Bergdale), and Alisa L. Newton</p> <p>9.1          Introduction     000</p> <p>9.2          Gross Anatomy     000</p> <p>9.3          Histology     000</p> <p>10           Arthropoda: Myriapoda     000</p> <p>                Alisa L. Newton and Elise LaDouceur</p> <p>10.1        Introduction     000</p> <p>10.2        Gross Anatomy     000</p> <p>10.3        Histology     000</p> <p>11           Arthropoda: Decapoda 000</p> <p>                Roxanna Smolowitz</p> <p>11.1        Introduction     000</p> <p>11.2        Gross Anatomy     000</p> <p>11.3        Histology     000</p> <p>12           Arthropoda: Insecta     000</p> <p>                Elise E. B. LaDouceur, Sarah C. Wood, Damien Laudier, and Elemir Simko</p> <p>12.1        Introduction     000</p> <p>12.2        Gross Anatomy     000</p> <p>12.3        Histology     000</p> <p>                Index     000</p>
<p><b>The editor</b> <p><b>ELISE E.B. LaDOUCEUR</b>, DVM, DACVP, is Chief of Extramural Projects and Research at the Joint Pathology Center in Silver Spring, MD, USA.
<p><b>THE FIRST COMPREHENSIVE REFERENCE TO INVERTEBRATE HISTOLOGY</b> <p><i>Invertebrate Histology</i> is a groundbreaking text that offers a comprehensive review of histology in invertebrates. Designed for use by anyone studying, diagnosing, or researching invertebrates, the book covers all major taxonomic groups with details of the histologic features, with color photographs and drawings that clearly demonstrate gross anatomy and histology. The authors, who are each experts in the histology of their respective taxa, bring together the most recent information on the topic into a single, complete volume. <p>An accessible resource, each chapter focuses on a single taxonomic group with salient gross and histologic features that are clearly described in the text and augmented with color photographs and greyscale line drawings. The histologic images are from mostly hematoxylin and eosin stained microscopic slides showing various organ systems at high and low magnification. In addition, each chapter provides helpful tips for invertebrate dissection and information on how to process invertebrates for histology. This important book: <ul> <li>Presents detailed information on histology of all major groups of invertebrates</li> <li>Offers a user-friendly text that is organized by taxonomic group for easy reference</li> <li>Features high-quality color photographs and drawings, with slides showing histology and gross photographs to demonstrate anatomy</li> <li>Provides details on invertebrate dissection and processing invertebrates for histology</li> </ul> <p>Written for veterinary pathologists, biologists, zoologists, students, and other scientists studying these species, <i>Invertebrate Histology</i> offers the most updated information on the topic written by over 20 experts in the field.

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