The Rat Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates: Compact (7th Ed.)

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Language: Anglais
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388 p. · 21.6x27.6 cm · Loose-leaf

The Rat Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates Compact, Seventh Edition is a smaller sized (8.5 x 11inch), abridged version of the most referenced work in neuroscience (over 35,000 citations). The compact edition provides the coronal plates and diagrams of the current seventh edition in a smaller, more convenient spiral format and at a student friendly price. This book includes an introduction on current concepts in neuroanatomy, such as neuromeres and brain development. Students and seasoned researchers will find the first major unified nomenclature ontology tree based on development that features coronal photographic plates and juxtaposed diagrams.



  • Features 161 coronal diagrams and accompanying photographic plates spaced at constant 120 micron intervals
  • Includes a simplified mini-atlas for beginning neuroscientists, and for teaching purposes
  • Covers the most accurate and widely used stereotaxic coordinate system
  • Presents diagrams that are identical to those in the full Seventh Edition
  • Includes the Expert Consult eBook version, compatible with PC, Mac, and most mobile devices and eReaders, which allows readers to browse, search, and interact with content

1. Introduction with student's guide on how to do stereotaxic surgery and how to use stereotaxic atlases
2. Introduction to the concept of neuromeres and brain development
3. Overview of the brain for students, including three sagittal, five coronal, and two horizontal simplified diagrams, as well as surface diagrams of the brain
4. Nomenclature ontology tree
5. 161 coronal diagrams and corresponding photographic plates
Students and researchers in neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, and molecular expression/cloning in the rat who need a more convenient, affordable lab atlas of the rat brain.