In this book is discuss the importance of the study for muscles for macroevolution, the links between phylogeny and ontogeny homology and serial homology, revolution and evolutionary medicine. Consequently the book will be useful to students, teachers, and researchers working in fields such as functional morphology, ecomorphology, evolutionary developmental biology, zoology, molecular biology, evolution, and phylogeny. As the book includes crucial information about the anatomy, development, homologies, evolution and muscular structure of our own species, Homo sapiens, it will also be helpful to physicians and medical students.

Book review: Muscles of Chordates: Development, Homologies, and Evolution / Stefano Bacci. - STAMPA. - (2018), pp. 187-192.

Book review: Muscles of Chordates: Development, Homologies, and Evolution

Stefano Bacci
Writing – Review & Editing
2018

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In this book is discuss the importance of the study for muscles for macroevolution, the links between phylogeny and ontogeny homology and serial homology, revolution and evolutionary medicine. Consequently the book will be useful to students, teachers, and researchers working in fields such as functional morphology, ecomorphology, evolutionary developmental biology, zoology, molecular biology, evolution, and phylogeny. As the book includes crucial information about the anatomy, development, homologies, evolution and muscular structure of our own species, Homo sapiens, it will also be helpful to physicians and medical students.
Italian Journal of Anatomy and Embryology
Firenze
Goal 4: Quality education
Stefano Bacci
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