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The Resource Development of cardiovascular systems : molecules to organisms, Edited by Warren W. Burggren and Bradley B. Keller, Foreword by Constance Weinstein, (electronic book)

Development of cardiovascular systems : molecules to organisms, Edited by Warren W. Burggren and Bradley B. Keller, Foreword by Constance Weinstein, (electronic book)

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Development of cardiovascular systems : molecules to organisms
Title
Development of cardiovascular systems
Title remainder
molecules to organisms
Statement of responsibility
Edited by Warren W. Burggren and Bradley B. Keller, Foreword by Constance Weinstein
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
UkCbUP
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Burggren, Warren W
  • Keller, Bradley B
  • Weinstein, Constance
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  • Cardiovascular system
  • Cardiovascular System
  • Cardiovascular System
Label
Development of cardiovascular systems : molecules to organisms, Edited by Warren W. Burggren and Bradley B. Keller, Foreword by Constance Weinstein, (electronic book)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Anne M. Murphy
  • Vasculogenesis and angiogenesis in the developing heart
  • Robert J. Tomanek and Anna Ratajska
  • Extracellular matrix maturation and heart formation
  • Wayne Carver, Louis Terracio, and Thomas K. Borg
  • endothelial cell development and its role in pathogenesis
  • Embryonic cardiovascular function, coupling, and maturation: a species view
  • Bradley B. Keller
  • Hormonal systems regulating the developing cardiovascular system
  • Makoto Nakazawa and Fusae Kajio
  • Why study cardiovascular development?
  • Species diversity in cardiovascular development
  • Evolution of cardiovascular systems: insights into ontogeny
  • Anthony P. Farrell
  • Morphogenesis of vertebrate hearts
  • Jos{226)e M. Icardo
  • Invertebrate cardiovascular development
  • Brian R, McMahon, George B. Bourne, and Ka hou Chu
  • Piscine cardiovascular development
  • peter J. Rombough
  • Amphibian cardiovascular development
  • Warren W. Burggren and Bradley B. Keller
  • Warren W. Burggren and Regina Fritshe
  • reptilian cardiovascular development
  • Stephen J. Warburton
  • Avian cardiovascular development
  • Hiroshi Tazawa and Ping-Chun Lucy Hou
  • Mammalian cardiovascular development: physiology and functional reserve of the fetal heart
  • Kent L. Thornburg ... [et al.]
  • Environment and disease in cardiovascular development
  • Oxygen, temperature, and pH influences on the development of nonmammalian embryos and larvae
  • Bernd Pelster
  • Molecular, cellular, and integrative mechanisms determing cardiovascular development
  • Modeling gas exchange in embryos, larvae, and fetuses
  • Alan W. Pinder
  • Principles of abnormal cardiac development
  • Adriana C. Gittenberger-de Groot and Robert E. Poelmann
  • in utero and postnatal interventions for congenital cardiovascular malformations
  • V. Mohan Reddy and Frank L. Hanley
  • Applying the science of cardiovascular development to congenital cardiovascular malformation
  • Edward B. Clark
  • Future directions in developmental cardiovascular sciences
  • Bradley b. Keller and Warren W. Burggren
  • Genetic dissection of heart development
  • Jau-Nian Chen and Mark C. Fishman
  • Cardiac membrane structure and function
  • Lynn Mahony
  • Development of the myocardial contreactile system
Control code
CR9780511601095
Extent
xiv, 360 p.
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9780511601095
Other physical details
ill.
Specific material designation
remote
Type of computer file
PDF.
Label
Development of cardiovascular systems : molecules to organisms, Edited by Warren W. Burggren and Bradley B. Keller, Foreword by Constance Weinstein, (electronic book)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Anne M. Murphy
  • Vasculogenesis and angiogenesis in the developing heart
  • Robert J. Tomanek and Anna Ratajska
  • Extracellular matrix maturation and heart formation
  • Wayne Carver, Louis Terracio, and Thomas K. Borg
  • endothelial cell development and its role in pathogenesis
  • Embryonic cardiovascular function, coupling, and maturation: a species view
  • Bradley B. Keller
  • Hormonal systems regulating the developing cardiovascular system
  • Makoto Nakazawa and Fusae Kajio
  • Why study cardiovascular development?
  • Species diversity in cardiovascular development
  • Evolution of cardiovascular systems: insights into ontogeny
  • Anthony P. Farrell
  • Morphogenesis of vertebrate hearts
  • Jos{226)e M. Icardo
  • Invertebrate cardiovascular development
  • Brian R, McMahon, George B. Bourne, and Ka hou Chu
  • Piscine cardiovascular development
  • peter J. Rombough
  • Amphibian cardiovascular development
  • Warren W. Burggren and Bradley B. Keller
  • Warren W. Burggren and Regina Fritshe
  • reptilian cardiovascular development
  • Stephen J. Warburton
  • Avian cardiovascular development
  • Hiroshi Tazawa and Ping-Chun Lucy Hou
  • Mammalian cardiovascular development: physiology and functional reserve of the fetal heart
  • Kent L. Thornburg ... [et al.]
  • Environment and disease in cardiovascular development
  • Oxygen, temperature, and pH influences on the development of nonmammalian embryos and larvae
  • Bernd Pelster
  • Molecular, cellular, and integrative mechanisms determing cardiovascular development
  • Modeling gas exchange in embryos, larvae, and fetuses
  • Alan W. Pinder
  • Principles of abnormal cardiac development
  • Adriana C. Gittenberger-de Groot and Robert E. Poelmann
  • in utero and postnatal interventions for congenital cardiovascular malformations
  • V. Mohan Reddy and Frank L. Hanley
  • Applying the science of cardiovascular development to congenital cardiovascular malformation
  • Edward B. Clark
  • Future directions in developmental cardiovascular sciences
  • Bradley b. Keller and Warren W. Burggren
  • Genetic dissection of heart development
  • Jau-Nian Chen and Mark C. Fishman
  • Cardiac membrane structure and function
  • Lynn Mahony
  • Development of the myocardial contreactile system
Control code
CR9780511601095
Extent
xiv, 360 p.
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9780511601095
Other physical details
ill.
Specific material designation
remote
Type of computer file
PDF.

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