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The cell and the organism

essays presented to Sir James Gray

Published by University Press in Cambridge [Eng.] .
Written in English.

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Table of Contents

The cell and the organism; a study in experimental zoology, by C.F.A. Pantin.
Sperm energetics; an account of work in progress, by Lord Rothschild.
The mechanics of ciliary movement, by J.E. Harris.
Some questions for the cell, by J.M. Mitchison.
The physiological basis of behaviour in the Protozoa, by J.A. Kitching.
Fertilization and the control of cell division, by M.M. Swann.
Molecular biology and the future of zoology, by L.E.R. Picken.
The efficiency of embryonic development; or, The price of the epigenetic process, by S. Smith.
Cell architecture and information in cellular differentiation, by C.H. Waddington.
The epidermal cell, by V.B. Wigglesworth.
Green, red, and blue bloods, by H.M. Fox.
The comparative physiology of renal function in invertebrates, by J.A. Ramsay.
The haemocytic reaction of insects to foreign bodies, by G. Salt.
Concerning vision, by R.J. Pumphrey.
How lugworms move, by G.P. Wells.
Experimental zoology and problems of arthropod evolution, by S.M. Manton.
Proprioception in arthropods, by J.W.S. Pringle.
Power in flapping flight, by T. Weis-Fogh.
Zoology, locomotory adaptations and the problem of electric fish, by H.W. Lissmann.
Progress and prospects in ethology, by W.H. Thorpe.

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Includes bibliographies.


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QH581 .R3

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viii, 349 p.
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