Language Teacher Education Jon Roberts. Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions Share your thoughts with other customers. The author introduces the reader to the intricacies of tissue histology from the perspective of classic and electron microscopic morphology. A Textbook of Histology.
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The 11th edition was published by Saunders in Was this new edition needed? Well, maybe not, but there is enough new information to make this one worth having.
The author makes excellent use of light and electron microscopy as well as many excellent historic and more recently rendered diagrams and figures. Purpose This is intended to be an authoritative textbook for serious students of histology. This edition maintains its stature as the best histology text from the perspective of writing, illustrations, and functional considerations; the latter by inclusion of a section on histophysiology in nearly all chapters.
Audience The book is intended for first-year medical, dental, and graduate students. The information and quality of writing makes it the standard reference for researchers in any field who need information about the microscopic structure of the cells, tissues, and organs of the human body.
His range and depth of knowledge comes through very strongly in this textbook. Features Illustrations are the cornerstone of histology; this textbook has some of the best light and electron micrographs found anywhere.
The production of the book is faithful to the quality of the originals. The references are well selected so as to place the discipline of histology in proper perspective.
The author keeps a sensible eye on history and cites relevant recent work. However, it is unfortunate that few, if any, references past are included. The table of contents and index are among the most thorough of any textbook in the field. Assessment This book is thestandard in the field. Every librarian and teacher of histology should have a copy of this book in his or her collection.
The information is up-to-date despite the slightly dated references. The micrographs are first-rate. The thoroughness of the book makes it difficult for some beginning students to appreciate, but it is by far the best of the histology textbooks currently available. Review Questionnaire.
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