By Bert Zuckerman
Volume 1: Behavioral and Developmental versions covers mobile lineages, muscle improvement, habit, the fearful procedure, keep an eye on mechanisms, and genetics, with the foremost emphasis on C. elegans. major contributions derived essentially from experiences at the parasitic nematode Ascaris and the free-living nematode Panagrellus also are thought of.
The moment quantity contains discussions on free-living nematodes as organic versions for pharmacological and toxicant trying out, and for reports on gerontology and foodstuff. numerous chapters during this quantity additionally disguise nematode body structure and morphology, which readers will locate invaluable in figuring out the subject material.
The booklet is a masterful reference for college students and academics in parasitology, zoology, body structure, and different similar organic classes. Researchers and prolonged employees on nematology and comparable disciplines also will locate this publication invaluable.
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