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Publisher: Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, John
Brans, Yves W., Kuehl, Thomas J.
Partial table of contents: THE PREGNANT PRIMATE. Endocrinology of Pregnancy (E. Albrecht & G. Pepe). Anatomy and Function of the Myometrium (R. Hayashi). THE EMBRYO. In Vitro Development of the Primate Embryo (V. Pope et al.). Placental Morphology (M. Houston). THE FETUS. Bioelectronic Monitoring of the Fetus (R. Hayashi). Amniotic Fluid Volume, Composition, Ingestion, and Digestion by the Fetus (Y. Brans). THE NEONATE. Surfactant Studies (R. Kotas). Structure and Function of the Developing Diaphram (R. McCarter & L. Maxwell). Fetal and Neonatal Body Composition (Y. Brans). Behavioral Testing (W. Rogers). References. Index.Brans, Yves W. is the author of 'Nonhuman Primates in Perinatal Research' with ISBN 9780471849162 and ISBN 0471849162.
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