By David H. Evans
This quantity bargains a accomplished heritage of the Mount desolate tract Island organic Laboratory (MDIBL), one of many significant marine laboratories within the usa and a pacesetter in utilizing marine organisms to review basic physiological innovations. starting with its founding because the Harpswell Laboratory of Tufts college in 1898, David H. Evans follows its evolution from a educating facility to a learn middle for special renal and epithelial physiologists. He additionally describes the way it grew to become the positioning of significant advances in cytokinesis, regeneration, cardiac and vascular body structure, hepatic body structure, endocrinology and toxicology, in addition to stories of the comparative body structure of marine organisms. basic physiological recommendations within the context of the discoveries made on the MDIBL are defined and the social and administrative heritage of this well known facility is defined.
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Marine Physiology Down East: The Story of the Mt. Desert Island Biological Laboratory by David H. Evans