Includes bibliographies and indexes.
|Statement||Hans E. Kaiser, editor.|
|Contributions||Kaiser, Hans E. 1928-|
|LC Classifications||RC255 .N46|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxii, 908 p. :|
|Number of Pages||908|
|LC Control Number||80012316|
Neoplasms—Comparative Pathology of Growth in Animals, Plants and Man By Lynnard J. Slaughter Topics: Book ReviewAuthor: Lynnard J. Slaughter. Burdette WJ: Aberrant tissue in Drosophila, pp,–, In: Neoplasms — Comparative Pathology of Growth in Animals, Plants, and Man edited by Kaiser HE, Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, Google ScholarAuthor: H. E. Kaiser. 1. Author(s): Kaiser,Hans E(Hans Elmar), Title(s): Neoplasms--comparative pathology of growth in animals, plants, and man/ Hans E. Kaiser, editor. In: Kaiser HE (ed) Neoplasms. - Comparative Pathology of growth in animals, plants. and ms and Wilkins, Baltimore, p Schwab M, Kollinger G, Haas J, Ahuja MR, Abdo S, Anders A, Anders F () Neuroblastoma induced in the xiphophorine fish by N-methyl-N-nitrosourea (MNU) and by X-rays. - Genetic basis for by:
American Journal of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology. 4(4), Winter BOOK REVIEW PDF Only. Advice to a Young Scientist. Gill, Frances M. American Journal of Neoplasms—Comparative Pathology of Growth in Animals, Plants, and Man. Nathan, U. V. Neoplasms—Comparative Pathology of Growth in Animals, Plants and Man. Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins; pp. – Blank MA, Cornélissen G, Neishtadt EL, Kochrev VA, Yakovlev GYa, Haus E, Halberg E, Halberg F. Circadian-circaseptan-circannual mitotic aspects of the bone marrow chronome of patients with by: Epidemiology of neoplasia in captive black-footed ferrets (Mustela nigripes), Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 33(3) . H.E. Kaiser (Ed.), Neoplasms—Comparative Pathology of Growth in Animals, Plants, and Man, Williams and Wilkins Co, Baltimore (), pp. Google Scholar Chesterman and Pomercance, Cited by:
Thomas C. Cheng's research while affiliated with Pacific Shellfish Institute and other places. Neoplasms—Comparative pathology of growth in animals, plants, and man. Article. In the comparison of plants and animals, we should remember that the two sources where most spontaneous neoplasms and growth anomalies have been observed are in man himself and in the angiosperms. There are o growth abnormalities, known as galls, limited and unlimited in the growth potential, described in plants. In Kaiser HE (ed): Neoplasms—comparative pathology in animals, plants, and man. Baltimore, , William & Wilkins, pp Affolter VK, Moore PF: Localized and disseminated histiocytic sarcoma of dendritic cell origin in dogs, Vet Pathol , Full text of "Annual report: National Cancer Institute (U.S.)" See other formats.