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Cell Structure and Function (First Edition)  

Edited by:
Guy OrchardConsultant Grade Biomedical Scientist and Laboratory Manager Viapath (formerly GSTS Pathology), St John’s Institute of Dermatology, LondonClose
Brian NationEditor, British Journal of Biomedical ScienceClose
Published in Print:04 September 2014 Published Online:31 August 2023
Publisher:Oxford University Press


Cell Structure & Function starts by introducing cell structure, molecular construction, and communication strategies. It looks at techniques for studying cells; anatomy, embryology, and cell families; blood cell genesis; nerves; and lungs. Next it turns to the alimentary canal, cells and commercial bacteria of the alimentary canal, and the cells of the vascular and lymphatic systems. There is then a chapter on connective tissue, bones, cartilage, and muscle. Next, the text deals with the cells of the liver and kidney, reproductive cells and gametogenesis, and the endocrine system. Finally, the book looks at the cells of the skin.

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