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Author Jones, Sherri M.,
Title Genetics, embryology, and development of auditory and vestibular systems / Sherri M. Jones, Timothy A. Jones.
Imprint San Diego : Plural Publishing, [2011]

Author Jones, Sherri M.,
Series Audiology
Subject Ear -- Growth.
Auditory pathways -- Growth.
Developmental genetics.
Ear -- growth & development.
Auditory Pathways -- growth & development.
Ear -- embryology.
Genetic Phenomena.
Vestibule, Labyrinth -- growth & development.
Alt Name Jones, Timothy A. (Timothy Arthur), 1948-
Description 1 online resource
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Nature of cells and tissues -- Concepts in genetics -- Concepts in embryology -- Outer and middle ear development -- Inner ear development -- Functional development.
Note Print version record.
Summary This textbook is a foundational, explanatory review of difficult concepts in genetics and embryology as they apply to the ear and sensory organs serving hearing and balance. It provides a unique resource that brings molecular, cellular and systems level mechanisms together to bear on understanding the ontogeny of hearing and vestibular senses. Numerous illustrations are used to help convey current ideas. An extensive collection of tables summarize genes and gene products associated with membrane channels, molecular signaling cascades, transcription factors and more. The reader is lead from int.
ISBN 9781597562010 (electronic bk.)
1597562017 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 883245633
Additional Format Print version: Jones, Sherri M. Genetics, embryology, and development of auditory and vestibular systems 9781597562010 (DLC) 2010054527 (OCoLC)696713837

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