Biological Specificity and Growth (Hardback)Elmer G. Butler (author)
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The authors of the eleven chapters in this book approach the subject from a variety of viewpoints, ranging from an analysis of molecular changes within differentiating cells to a consideration of the factors governing the transplantation of normal and abnormal tissues. The book is based on papers presented at the Twelfth Growth Symposium of the Society for the Study of Development and Growth.
Originally published in 1955.
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Publisher: Princeton University Press