Cells and Tissues in Culture: Methods, Biology and Physiology
Cells and Tissues in Culture: Methods, Biology and Physiology, Volume 1 covers the general fields of tissue culture, including an evaluation of its technique, effects, and contributions to biology.
This book focuses on the three methods of culture—tissue culture, cell culture, and organ culture.Other topics include the design of complete synthetic media, possible evolution of the cell types, and energy relationships in growing and stationary cells. The RNA synthesis in cell cultures, culture of amphibian embryonic anlage, action of corticosteroids and adrenaline, and effects of parathyroid hormone on bone are also elaborated.
This volume is recommended for biologists and specialists interested in the culture of cells and tissues.
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Chapter 3 Construction and Use of Synthetic Media
Chapter 4 Morphological Problems of Cell Type Shape and Identification
Chapter 5 The Locomotory Behaviour of Cells
Chapter 6 Cell Division
Chapter 7 Carbohydrate and Energy Metabolism
Chapter 8 Amino Acid and Protein Metabolism I The Metabolic Characteristics of Serially Propagated Cells
Chapter 11 Mucopolysaccharide Metabolism in Tissue Culture
Chapter 12 Genetic Cytology
Environmental Factors Chemical and Cellular
Chapter 14 Recombination of Dissociated Cells and the Development of Cell Aggregates
Chapter 15 Embryogenesis in vitro
Chapter 16 The Action of Hormones on Cell and Organ Culture
Chapter 17 The Effects of Vitamins A and C on Cells and Tissue in Culture
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Cells and tissues in culture: methods, biology, and physiology
Edward Nevill Willmer
Visualizzazione frammento - 1965
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