text for devel. biology?

Patrick Weix weix at netcom.com
Mon Oct 10 06:57:55 EST 1994


radice at urvax.urich.edu (Gary Radice (Radice at urvax.urich.edu)) writes:

>In article <371mrs$7na at noc.usfca.edu>, Chihara at alm.admin.usfca.edu (C. Chihara) writes:
>>I am going to be teaching this course after several years hiatus. 
>>Anyone used one to teach or take a modern developmental biology course

>I like Scott Gilbert's Developmental Biology (4th ed)  published by Sinauer
>Associates.  It has a good mix of classical embryology/developmental anatomy if
>;you want to stress that, and also newer approaches.  Also, it approaches each
>subject by discussing the experimental evidence for the concepts.  Good
>references, too.

I would like to second the use of Gilbert's. I had the first edition
in a class at UT Austin about 8 years ago---the class was one of my
favorites. 

Patrick
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