Human Embryology

Human Embryology

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This book is a valuable tool for enabling students to recall the many details regarding human development and congenital diseases, and it is particularly valuable for those preparing for licensing exams. Copiously illustrated, each chapter consists of a singe page of illustrations coupled with a single page of focused, high-yield text. After each of the book's three parts, a series of practice questions tests the reader's recollection and understanding. Reader-friendly two-page chapter format (one page of text facing one page of figures) 200 stunning line drawings prepared exclusively for this book Attractive 2-color presentation Quick, efficient review of high-yield information Practice test with MCQsMeiosis produces germ cells that contain either the paternal or the maternal chromosome of a chromosome pair (haploid) and ... Many chromosomal anomalies A. Origin of Primordial Germ Cells Primitive kidney Gonadal ridge ... Cells containing a paired configuration of chromatin are called diploid cells, and before the S-phase of the cell cycle there is a ... When the S-phase is complete, the paternal and maternal chromatin Strands have been duplicated, and the original and replicaanbsp;...

Title:Human Embryology
Author:Philip R. Brauer
Publisher:Elsevier Health Sciences - 2003


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