In the rest of this chapter we first look at the history of embryology - as the study of developmental biology has been called for most of its existence.
The meat of what they want to say in this book comes in the long, careful account of how cell and molecular biology has grown to its current ferment, which in turn set off the present explosive developments in embryology .
The book begins with an extremely useful and sobering historical account of the fields of embryology and the strong mutual neglect between embryology and mainstream evolutionary biology.
Consider the two major processes in biology - embryology and evolution - that, as applied to human history, must be expressed as tales of sequential development toward greater complexity.
It serves as an important model for vaccine production and the study of embryology and development, as well as for research into the connection between viruses and some types of cancer.
Advancements in technology would allow for the preservation of samples and the planning of well-designed experiments to study their embryology and development.
Deep knowledge of anatomy physiology, etiology, embryology , digestion, metabolism, genetics and immunity is also found in many texts.
Conodonts were named and first described in 1856 by Christian Heinrich Pander, one of the founders of embryology and paleontology in Russia.
They're one of the primary models for embryology and development since they grow inside an egg rather than a mother's uterus, making for easier study.
For example, completion of the chicken genome will provide a valuable model for human embryology and development as well as for study of reproductive diseases.