1 General Principles of Histology 2 Epithelium 3 Connective Tissue Proper and Embryonic Connective Tissue 4 Cartilage 5 Bone Tissue 6 Blood 7 Bone Marrow 8 Muscle Tissue 9 Nervous System 10 Cardiovascular System 11 Lymphatic System 12 Integument 13 Digestive System 14 Urinary System 15 Respiratory System 16 Endocrine System 17 Male Reproductive System 18 Female Reproductive System 19 The Eye 20 The Ear Glossary Bibliography Index
William J. Bacha, Jr., PhD, is Professor Emeritus in theDepartment of Biology, Camden College of Arts and Sciences, RutgersUniversity, Camden, New Jersey. Linda M. Bacha, VMD, is Assistant Professor I of Biologyin the Department of Biology, Camden County College, Blackwood, NewJersey.
However, for novices tackling histology for the firsttime, the expansion of the introductory sections, helpful hints,information delivered mainly as coloured images and the interactiveDVD, all make the third edition very attractive anduser-friendly. (The Veterinary Journal, 1August 2013) Despite those deficiencies, the book is fairly priced andis a one-of-a-kind English-language, educational resource. (Journal of The American Veterinary MedicalAssociation, 15 March 2013) The CD provided will help you revising. The key topassing your next histo exam is nowavailable!. (Tomorrow's vets, 1 September2013) The text would be helpful to students studying veterinaryhistology and as a reference for both veterinarians in practice andveterinary pathologists. (Australian VeterinaryJournal, 1 April 2013) "The revisions provide the latest information while a DVD withan interactive histology atlas offers zoom capability and morestudy review questions, making this a 'must' for any college-levelcollection appealing to veterinary students." (Bookwatch, 1 December 2012) The great photographs in this book make it attractive, anddraw the reader in to explore the attached text explaining the waysthat the different types of tissue contribute to a workinganatomy. ( Veterinary Practice, 1 November 2012)