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Implantation of the Ovum

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$58.50 • £46.95 • €52.50

ISBN 9780674445239

Publication Date: 01/01/1976


176 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

42 halftones, 23 line illustrations, 22 tables


  • Foreword [R. O. Greep]
  • 1. Introduction [R. K. Meyer]
  • 2. Ovarian Hormone Secretion and Ovum Implantation [K. Yoshinaga]
  • 3. The Use of Agents Other Than Natural Hormones [C. W. Emmens]
  • 4. Methods for Studying the Blastocyst [J. D. Biggers]
  • 5. A Morphological Approach to the Ovum Implantation in the Rat [C. Tachi, S. Tachi, and H. R. Lindner]
  • 6. Biochemical Approach to Ovum Implantation [H. M. Beier]
  • 7. Interspecific Egg–Host Relationships in the Rat and Mouse [G. H. Zeilmaker]
  • 8. Recent Research on Ovum Implantation (June 1972 – June 1975) [K. Yoshinaga]
  • Index
  • Contributors

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