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Methods for obtaining and handling marine eggs and embryos

Manual describing methods for handling embryological materials available at Woods Hole, Massachusetts

Created: 1957

Embryology Class Notes from the Collecting Net. v. 14, 1939

"Embryology Class Notes" from the 1939 run of the Collecting Net (Vol. 14), ranging from July 8-July 29, 1939.

Created: 1939

Chapter 11 of J.P. Trinkaus autobiography

Chapter title: "You can observe a lot by just watching." (Yogi Berra)

Created: 2003

Chapter 10 of J.P. Trinkaus autobiography

Chapter title: The Sixties

Created: 2003

Chapter 9 of J.P. Trinkaus autobiography

Chapter title: Rejuvenation of Research

Created: 2003

Chapter 8 of J.P. Trinkaus autobiography

Chapter title: Matters of Life-Small and Large

Created: 2003

Chapter 7 of J.P. Trinkaus autobiography

Chapter title: The Determintion Concept, Mixed Cell Aggergates, and the Neural Crest

Created: 2003

Chapter 6 of J.P. Trinkaus autobiography

Chapter title: Fish Embryos: Epiboly and Embryo Culture

Created: 2003

Chapter 5 of J.P. Trinkaus autobiography

Chapter title: Yale-The Early Years

Created: 2003

Title page of J.P. Trinkaus autobriography

Title page, copyright information, and dedication for John P. Trinkaus' autobiography, "Embryologist"

Created: 2003

Chapter 4 of J.P. Trinkaus autobiography

Chapter title: Return to Research and University Life

Created: 2003

Frontmatter of J.P. Trinkaus autobiography

Front cover includes the book title, "Embryologist: My eight decades in developmental biology', the author's name, "John Philip Trinkaus", and a black and white photograph of the author in a white t-shirt, wearing glasses, sitting at a microscope and grinning

Created: 2003

Chapter 3 of J.P. Trinkaus autobiography

Chapter title: Graduate Studies and the War

Created: 2003

Chapter 2 of J.P. Trinkaus autobiography

Chapter title: Bright College Years

Created: 2003

Embryologist: My Eight Decades in Developmental Biology

The autobiography of developmental biologist John Philip Trinkaus

Created: 2003

Chapter 1 of J.P. Trinkaus autobiography

Chapter title: The Bad Boy begets the Biologist

Created: 2003

Acknowledgements section of J.P. Trinkaus autobiography

Acknowledgements section for John P. Trinkaus' autobiography, "Embryologist"

Created: 2003

Editor's Preface of J.P. Trinkaus autobiography

Editor's Preface to John P. Trinkaus' autobiography, "Embryologist". Preface written by Kurt Johnson, Professor of Anatomy and Cell Biology, George Washington University School of Medicine

Created: 2003

Preface of J.P. Trinkaus autobiography

Preface to John P. Trinkaus' autobiography, "Embryologist". Preface written by John W. Saunders, Emeritus Professor of Biology at SUNY Albany

Created: 2003

Appendix III of J.P. Trinkaus autobiography

Appendix III: The program for the symposium on cell movement and morphogenesis (Trinkfest '88)

Created: 2003

Appendix II of J.P. Trinkaus autobiography

Appendix II: The scientific lineage of J.P. Trinkaus

Created: 2003

Appendix I of J.P. Trinkaus autobiography

Appendix I: The bibliography of J.P. Trinkaus and associates

Created: 2003

Chapter 12 of J.P. Trinkaus autobiography

Chapter title: Epilogue

Created: 2003

Discovery Never Ends. 2011 MBL Annual Report. Marine Biological Laboratory.

Published in two parts. Printed document includes message from the Chairman and the President, research highlights, education highlights, MBL at-a-glance, finanicals, gifts and leadership. On-line only additional information includes details for research, education, MBLWHOI LIbrary, and people. Lists of employees, students and faculty are contained in the additional information section.

Created: 2011

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