The Biology of Xenopus (Symposia of the Zoological Society of London)
By Tinsley, R. C. and Kobel, H. R. (editors)
Pp. xxii, 440; numerous text-figures (line-drawings, black-and-white photos, graphs, charts). Publisher’s original pale green pictorial laminated boards (hardcover), lg 8vo. Xenopus, the African clawed frog, is one of the three most widely cited vertebrate animals in the biological literature. The aim of this volume is to provide a reference work for researchers working with Xenopus in the lab and to highlight for them and others the potential of Xenopus for future work in evolutionary biology, genetics, behavior, immunology, parasitology, and ecology. There are 22 chapters each written my notable researchers in the field. From the research collection of Illinois State University herpetologist Lauren E. Brown with his signature on the front endpaper. There is some underlining in the preface and in chapter 11 (Xenopus tadpoles) in the hand of Lauren Brown.
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