Atlas of the Developing Rat Nervous System by George Paxinos

By George Paxinos

In accordance with the explosion of analysis in developmental neurobiology, this new version of the Atlas of the constructing Rat Brain has been multiplied to incorporate all the plates and diagrams of the former ebook, PLUS an extra ninety five plates and ninety five diagrams delineating the whole rat frightened method. Atlas of the constructing Rat fearful System beneficial properties huge, high-magnification images of serial mind sections of the embryonic and neonatal laboratory rat, with opposing totally categorized diagrams. Complementing the vintage atlas by way of Paxinos and Watson, The Rat mind in Stereotaxic Coordinates, moment version (Academic Press, 1986), this new atlas is the normal reference for developmental neuroscientists.

Key Features
* presents section-by-section images and accompanying categorized diagrams of the embryonic and neonatal rat brain
* exhibits mind improvement at Embryonic Days 14 (Whole embryo), sixteen, 17, and 19, in addition to Postnatal Day 0
* Delineates nerves, ganglia, arteries, veins, bones, and foramina of the pinnacle on Embryonic Days 14 and 19
* Depicts 912 mind constructions or their primordial counterparts
* huge dimension in an easy-to-use, spiral-bound format
* features a complete checklist of abbreviations, index of constructions, and references
* 224 pictures along meticulously drawn diagrams depict the critical and peripheral fearful method and different physique organs
* Depicts a while E14, E16, and E19 within the popular coronal and sagittal planes and E17 and P0 within the coronal airplane

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