4 edition of Comparative Biology of the Skin found in the catalog.
Comparative Biology of the Skin
R. I. Spearman
by Academic Pr
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||444|
The first known study of comparative developmental anatomy was undertaken by Aristotle in the fourth century b.c.e. He noted the different ways that animals are born: from eggs (oviparity, as in birds, frogs, and most invertebrates), by live birth (viviparity, as in eutherian mammals), or by producing an egg that hatches inside the body (ovoviviparity, as in certain reptiles and sharks). Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Read, borrow, and discover more than 3M books for free.
Skin also stores fat and water, and plays a role in immunity from disease. Some of the skin’s major protective functions are (Scanlon, ): Thermoregulation The skin acts to maintain temperature control by secreting sweat from our sudoriferous (sweat) glands. Comparative Biology of Aging. Construction Databook. Control of Fluid Flow (Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences) Coordinate Geometry (Dover Books on Mathematics) Degrees of Unsolvability: Local and Global Theory (Perspectives in Mathematical Logic).
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Comparative biology of skin. London: Published for the Zoological Society of London by Academic Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: R I C Spearman; Zoological Society of London.
: Comparative Biology of the Skin: Zoological Society of London Symposia, No. 39 (Symposia of the Zoological Society of London) (): Spearman, R. I.: Books. An authoritative, extensively illustrated clinician's textbook, The Biology of the Skin is written expressly for practitioners and residents in dermatology, plastic surgery, and otolaryngology.
Essentially an expansion of the editors' and contributing authors' popular "Structure and Function" course given annually at the meetings of the American Academy of Dermatology, the book teaches skin Reviews: 2.
Comparative Biology of Skin: Zoo. Soc. Symposia Proceedings, Vol. 39, edited by R. Spearman, Academic Press Inc., London, ( pp $/$29) This delightful, scholarly book covers the proceedings of a sympo- sium held at the Zoological Society of London, Regent's Park on October 30 It begins with a light-hearted but solid.
Cover copy: Wolf, Norman (ed.), The Comparative Biology of Aging The processes of aging and death remain one of the most fascinating, and mysterious, areas of biological research. Huge anomalies between species raise questions the answers to which could have fundamental implications for the field of medical science.
Molecular Biology of the Skin: The Keratinocyte comprehensively reviews the major aspects of keratinocyte and epidermal differentiation, physiology, and pathology, primarily focusing on the molecular aspects. This exciting new resource discusses keratin genes, retinoic acid, and the use of transgenic animals in the study of dermatological pathology.
This book covers the basic biology of the skin, how the skin functions, effects of the environment, the molecules that direct cutaneous function, genetic influences, and methods in cutaneous research.
The Biology of the Skin provides a selective review of all biologic processes involving the skin and will foster an appreciation of how the skin Reviews: 1.
Anatomy and Physiology of the Skin Paul A.J. Kolarsick, BS, Maria Ann Kolarsick, MSN, ARNP-C, and Carolyn Goodwin, APRN-BC, FNP CHAPTER 1 Introduction The skin is the largest organ of the body, accounting for about 15% of the total adult body weight.
It performs many vital functions, including protection against external physical. Spanning the many advancements that have taken place in the field since the First Edition of this book was published, this Second Edition emphasizes the imaging of the skin in its entirety, rather than focusing solely on surface layers.
The Second Edition includes new chapters on technologies such as in vivo confocal laser scanning microscopy, Rama. Cover copy: Wolf, Norman (ed.), The Comparative Biology of Aging. The processes of aging and death remain one of the most fascinating, and mysterious, areas of biological research.
Huge anomalies between species raise questions the answers to which could have fundamental implications for the field of medical science.
As scientists unlock the 3/5(1). The history of biology is replete with examples of how comparative biology helped clarify the meaning of structure and function in complex animals.
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This fully updated work is divided into sections on anatomy and morphology, physiology, biochemistry, and immunological response. This book contains 16 papers presented at a symposium of the Zoological Society of London on Oct 30 It represents a unique collection of papers discussing morphology, physiology, and biochemistry of skin of various groups of invertebrates and vertebrates.
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Abstract. SYNOPSIS What distinguishes man from all other primates is his archaic hair cover Nearly all the details that make his skin unique aie traceable to this single fact In vatious degrees,all nonhuman primates have a good pelage,which is characterized by some morphological and physiological similarities but often differs even between closely relatedspecies It can be thick or thin,short.
The overarching aims of this book are twofold: first, to explore the comparative foundations of evolutionary anthropology and biology in past and present research, and second, to point the way toward new uses of the comparative approach in the future, especially in terms of applying new phylogeny-based methods to address fundamental.COVID Resources.
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