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Developmental and Cellular Skeletal Biology

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282 pages

Summary

Developmental and Cellular Skeletal Biology reviews the development, growth, and cell biology of the skeleton.
The monograph provides a comprehensive overview of the aspects of skeletal biology, focusing mainly on the cellular level. It covers topics on the types of skeletal tissues, its evolution, and origin; location of the skeleton within the embryo; initiation of centers of skeletogenesis; and the initiation of skeletal growth.
The book will be of great use to physiologists, cell biologists, hematologists, pathologists, orthopedic surgeons, and others whose professions are concerned with the study of the skeletal system.

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