Item description for Human Life Before Birth by Frank Dye...
This textbook presents essential information about human embryology in an accessible form. In addition to covering the specifics of human embryology, the text also provides practical information on human health issues and the latest advances in human reproductive technology. The book is organized into three sections: An Overview of Human Development, Some Details of Human Development and Society and Human Development. Starting with the biological basics of cell anatomy and fertilization, Dye moves through the development of specific organs and systems, before addressing the social issues associated with embryology. Each chapter includes specific chapter objectives, general background, study questions, and questions to inspire critical thinking. The textbook also contains two appendixes and a full glossary of terms covered in the text.
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Studio: CRC Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 8.25" Height: 10.5" Weight: 2.45 lbs.
Release Date Dec 21, 2000
ISBN 9057026082 ISBN13 9789057026089
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More About Frank Dye
Frank Dye is a cult figure in the world of open boat sailing. Since buying his first boat at the age of 27, he has indulged his passion for adventure by sailing to Iceland and Norway, as well as journeying through the waters of North America.
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A privledge to read Jan 12, 2002
I had the honor and privilege of having professor Dye for cell biology, embryology, and developmental biology at Western Connecticut State University. Throughout this book and also my personal experience in taking his courses, the constant underlying theme of his true love for biologic life is beautifully seen. Professor Dye taught his classes with a passion not seen to often in today's climate of higher education. His classes were more demanding than most, but in the end the reward by far exceeded your expectations. For anyone not fortunate enough to experience the pleasure of professor Dye in person, I heartily recommend his written works.