This book integrates the descriptive, experimental and biochemical approaches with a conceptual framework for the analysis of embryological development. All important points are illustrated diagrammatically. The book will prove a valuable asset for the graduate and postgraduate students of biology and also for research scholars and teachers.
Extremely readable and well-written, this book is neither dense nor academic in tone. It treats topics with a uniformity of style and organization that enhances comprehension. It presents research results, hypothesis, and speculations about why things are as they are, with supporting facts and specific examples that provide a firm foundation for students' understanding of embryological diversity among plants and animals.