Journals by Subject
EmbryologyAccess restricted to Stanford unless otherwise noted
- Acta anatomica v. 1-163, 1945-98., Karger
- Advances in anatomy, embryology and cell biology v. 177-, 2005-, Springer
- Anatomia, histologia, embryologia v. 26-, 1997-, Wileyv. 27-, 1998- Full text delayed 12 months Acad Search Prem
- Anatomy and embryology v. 146-211, 1974-2006., Springer
- Archiv für Entwicklungsmechanik der Organismen v. 1-52/97, 1895-1923., Springer
- Archiv für mikroskopische Anatomie und Entwicklungsmechanik (1923) v. 98-104, 1923-25., Springer
- Biologia neonatorum v. 1-14, 1959-69., Karger
- Birth defects research. Part A, Clinical and molecular teratology v. 67-, 2003-, Wiley
- Birth defects research. Part C, Embryo today, reviews v. 69-, 2003-, Wiley
- BMC developmental biology v. 1-, 2001-, BioMed Centralv. 1-, 2001- PMC
- Current protocols in stem cell biology 2007-, WileyIncludes methods for isolating, maintaining, and differentiating embryonic and adult stem cells.
- Current topics in developmental biology v. 1-, 1966-, ScienceDirect
- Development v. 99-, 1987-, HighWire
- Development genes and evolution v. 206-, 1996-, Springer
- Development, growth & differentiation v. 11-, 1969-, Wileyv. 40, no. 4-, Aug. 1998- Full text delayed 12 months Acad Search Premv. 37-47, 1995-2005. IngentaConnect
- Developmental biology v. 1-, 1959-, ScienceDirect
- Developmental cell v. 1-, 2001-, ScienceDirect
- Differentiation v. 1-, 1973-, ScienceDirectv. 61-76, 1997-2008. Wiley
- Early human development v. 1-, 1977-, ScienceDirectv. 10-, 2007- ClinicalKey
- Embryologia v. 1-10, 1950-69., Wiley
- EvoDevo v. 1-, 2010-, BioMed Centralv. 1-, 2010- PMC"EvoDevo publishes articles on a broad range of topics associated with the translation of genotype to phenotype in a phylogenetic context. Understanding the history of life, the evolution of novelty and the generation of form, whether through embryogenesis, budding, or regeneration are amongst the greatest challenges in biology. We support the understanding of these processes through the many complementary approaches that characterize the field of evo-devo."
- Human reproduction update v. 1-, 1995-, HighWire
- International journal of developmental biology v. 33-, 1989-, UBC Press
- Italian journal of anatomy and embryology v. 115-, 2010-, Firenze Univ Press
- Journal of embryology and experimental morphology v. 1-98, 1953-86., HighWire
- Journal of in vitro fertilization and embryo transfer v. 1-8, 1984-91., Springer
- Journal of prenatal medicine v. 1-, 2007-, PMC
- Mechanisms of development v. 33-, 1990-, ScienceDirect
- Neural development v. 1-, 2006-, BioMed Centralv. 1-, 2006- PMC
- Neuroembryology v. 1-3, 2002-05., Karger
- Neuroembryology and aging v. 3-5, 2005-08., Karger
- Organogenesis v. 1-, 2004-, PMC, Full text delayed 6 months
- Placenta v. 1-, 1980-, ScienceDirectv. 28-, 2007- ClinicalKey
- Reproductive toxicology v. 1-, 1987-, ScienceDirect
- Roux's Archives of developmental biology v. 195-205, 1986-96., Springer
- Seminars in cell & developmental biology v. 7-, 1996-, ScienceDirect
- Sexual development v. 1-, 2007-, Karger
- Stem cell research & therapy v. 1-, 2010-, PMC, Full text delayed 12 monthsv. 1-, 2010- Full text delayed 12 months except research articles which are available now BioMed Central
- Teratology v. 1-66, 1968-2002., Wiley
- World journal of stem cells v. 1-, 2009-, PMCv. 1-, 2009- Baishideng
- Zeitschrift für Anatomie und Entwicklungsgeschichte (1934) v. 103-145, 1934-74., Springer
- Zeitschrift für die gesamte Anatomie. 1. Abteilung, Zeitschrift für Anatomie und Entwicklungsgeschichte v. 60-103, 1921-34., Springer
- Zygote v. 1, 5-, 1993, 1997-, Cambridge
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