Handbook of Physiology and Biochemistry

  • Mark J. Tager
  • Published 1947 in The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine


The first twenty-two pages are devoted to a historical outline, well-balanced and reasonably comprehensive, but requiring skillful teaching for integration. The body of the text is orthodox in subject-matter and sequence: the structure and function of cells; cell division, organization of tissues; the animal systems and their functions; embryonic… (More)


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