Cell Lineage and Fate DeterminationEdited By
- Sally Moody, George Washington University, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.
Graduate students, post-doctorates, and faculty in developmental biology, cell biology, neurobiology, genetics, clinical genetics, and teratology.
Published: October 1998
Imprint: Academic Press
"The thorough presentation and discussion of these eight animal model systems [sea urchin, leech, nematode, fly, frog, fish, chick, and mammal] would be very useful to anyone who thinks about many of the critical questions in development. It certainly should be on the shelves of all life science libraries."
--DOODY'S REVIEW SERVICE (June 1999)
"The contributors provide a broad overview of how findings from eight model organisms form our current understanding of the mechanisms by which embryonic cells attain their final differentiated state. For each animal, they present the important developmental processes, the experimental usefulness, and several chapters describing interdisciplinary research on key questions."
--SCIENCE (April 16,1999)