This broad treatise, published in three volumes, provides a systematic overview of the biological aspects and problems of hu-man growth and development from conception to full maturity. The first volume of this series, in three parts, is devoted to the rapidly expanding field of brain development. World-wide contributions touch on physiological, biochemical and structural aspects of de-velopment in humans, and in animals where appropriate. The text is richly accompanied by illustrations and references and is of interest to researchers and medical specialists.
Science-Math, Biological-Sciences, Biology, Developmental-Biology,