A review of the Golgi apparatus.
Place Published: Philadelphia
Publisher: Wistar Institute
Date Published: 1938
Description: Parts I, II and III. (From the Anatomical Record). Vol. 70, no. 4, Mar. 25, pp. 413-30, a plate of microscopic figures. Vol. 70, no. 5, Apr. 25, pp. 557-573. Vol. 71, no. 1 & Supplement 1, May 1938, pp. 70-103, with an extensive bibliography. Bound together. Tall 8vo, wrappers; (spine partly chipped; Signature of A.E. Severinghaus and the ownership stamp of Dr. Herbert M. Evans). Philadelphia: The Wistar Institute Press, 1938.
Comments: First Separate printings. An important review of Golgi's apparato reticolare intorno. The Cytoplasmic reticular substance of nerve and other cells have been called "the Golgi apparatus" since his clear portrayal of it in 1898. His description initiated a series of investigations, speculations, and controversies which continued for many years. These articles review the origin and nature, the function and the literature on the Golgi apparatus. GM 1310; 1416. Haymaker, Founders of Neurology, pp. 41-44.Binding: paperback
Book ID: 78882