2 edition of Fine structure of cells found in the catalog.
Fine structure of cells
Congress of Cell Biology. 8th, Leyden 1954
|Series||International Union of Biological Sciences. Series B, nr. 21|
|LC Classifications||QH581 C56 1954|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||321|
[PDF Download] Fine Structure of the Nervous System: Neurons and Their Supporting Cells [Download]. Cell - Cell - General functions and characteristics: Like the cell membrane, membranes of some organelles contain transport proteins, or permeases, that allow chemical communication between organelles. Permeases in the lysosomal membrane, for example, allow amino acids generated inside the lysosome to cross into the cytoplasm, where they can be used for the synthesis of new proteins.
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Thus, bacteriophage can be viewed as model systems for animal cell viruses. In addition a knowledge of the life cycle of bacteriophage is necessary to understand one of the mechanisms by which bacterial genes can be transferred from one bacterium to another. The formation and ultrastructure of the thick cellular envelope, i.e., the marginal band, of the cornified cells and the intercellular substances of the stratum corneum of the vermilion border were studied with the aid of ruthenium red-staining and a high resolution electron microscope.
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Robert Hooke in presented his observations of what he called «cells" in cork and other plant parts and beautifully illustrated and described these in his classic «Micrographia" published two years later.
More detailed exploration of the cell Fine structure of cells book. It is appro pi ate to the contents of this book to recall a few highlights in the history of plant cytology from its inception over three centuries ago.
Robert Hooke in presented his observations of what he called «cells" in cork and other plant parts and beautifully illustrated and described. This book represents the most complete and authoritative description on the fine structure of the nervous system available in a single volume.
Beginning with background material on the neuron, the book then examines specific portions of the nerve cell, and of the various supporting by: Genre/Form: congresses: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Congress of Cell Biology (8th: Leyden). Fine structure of cells.
New York, Interscience. Fine Structure of Cells and Tissues, by Keith R. Porter and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at It covers the main structural features of the various classes and the organelles present in typical cells. The book also describes the algal cell covering, flagella, pyrenoid, eyespot, nucleus, and ejectile organelles,as well as membranes, envelope, and stroma of algal chloroplasts.
First-2d ed. published under title: An introduction to the fine structure of cells and tissues. Description: vii, pages illustrations 29 cm: Responsibility: by Keith R. Porter and Mary A. Bonneville. With the collaboration of Susan A. Badenhausen in transmission electron microscopy and Peter Andrews in scanning electron microscopy.
It covers the main structural features of the various classes and the organelles present in typical cells. The book also describes the algal cell covering, flagella, pyrenoid, eyespot, nucleus, and ejectile organelles,as well as membranes, envelope, and stroma of algal chloroplasts.
Lastly, it also explains the algal cell Edition: 1. Fine Structure of Neurons, Nerve Processes, and Neuroglial Cells. Usually dispatched within 3 to 5 business days. Usually dispatched within 3 to 5 business days.
During the second half of the 20th century, the introduction of a variety of new techniques greatly expanded our knowledge of the structure of nerve and neuroglial cells and of the organization of the nervous system at the cellular : Springer International Publishing.
Fine Structure presents a sweeping narrative and engaging conceptual science, bogged down by biting off more than it can chew. It is fragmented into disjointed points of view that switch abruptly from chapter to chapter, enough of them to have trouble remembering each character arc/5. This book represents the most complete and authoritative description on the fine structure of the nervous system available in a single volume.
Beginning with background material on the neuron, the book then examines specific portions of the nerve cell, and of the various supporting cells.5/5(1).
There is no doubt that knowledge of the sub-cellular structure of cells is an essential component for students undertaking courses in the other biomedical sciences. This text will provide such Author: Henry Sathananthan. This EBook covers the fine structure of human cells and tissues as seen with the transmission and scanning electron microscope (TEM & SEM).
To the author’s knowledge there is no book of this kind expressly devoted to human cells and tissues. The book is co. The Fine Structure of the Nervous System. The Cells and Their Processes. Alan Peters, Sanford L. Palay, and Henry de F.
Webster. Harper and Row, New York, xviii Author: Floyd E. Bloom. Sets out to systematize the major acquisitions on the minute structure of nerve and neuroglial cells and their interrelationships, correlate them with the classical concepts of light microscopy, and integrate them, where possible, with elements of biochemistry and cell physiology.
Book Notes | 1 February An Introduction to the Fine Structure of Cells and Tissue. An atlas of 26 electron micrographs illustrating the variety of fine cellular details seen in tissue types (epithelial, contractile, neural, supporting).
Tissues illustrated are from mouse, rat, and bat. As it is an atlas, the electron micrographs are its most In trad lietian important part.
The text accompanies the figures, highlighting selected topics either to explain structures or to point out structure-function relation ships. A scholarly review of the whole spectrum of research on the re tina and choroid is not feasible in a single volume.
The cell wall and the cell membrane are the main components that function to provide support and structure to the organism. For eg., the skin is made up of a large number of cells. Xylem present in the vascular plants is made of cells that provide structural support to the Organization: Cell Organelles- Nucleus, Vacuole &.
This EBook covers the fine structure of human cells and tissues as seen with the transmission and scanning electron microscope (TEM & SEM). To the author’s knowledge there is no book of this kind expressly devoted to human cells and tissues.2/5(1). This book presents the most complete and authoritative description of the fine structure of the nervous system available in any single volume.
The book begins with a historical account of the features of neurons and then embarks on a series of chapters dealing with specific portions of the nerve cell, and of the various kinds of supporting cells present. A student's atlas, in a second edition, illustrating electron-microscopic details of mammalian cell-types.
Slightly longer Notes on Technic; rearrangement of plates on a more functional scheme; new plates on gastric parietal cells, ovarian follicle, bone; new diagrams on fine cell structures and on three-dimensional relations of myofibrils to the T-system.Abstract. The first electron micrographs of liver cells were published 25 years ago by Dalton, and the first comprehensive report of the fine structure of the rat liver cell was published by Fawcett in Cited by: 2.Buy Introduction to the Fine Structure of Plant Cells by Myron C Ledbetter, Keith R Porter online at Alibris.
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