4 edition of Mechanisms and phylogeny of mineralization in biological systems found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Biomineralization "90.|
|Statement||S. Suga, H. Nakahara (eds.).|
|Contributions||Suga, S. 1927-, Nakahara, Hiroshi., Nihon Gakujutsu Kaigi., Kanagawa Academy of Science and Technology., International Symposium on Biomineralization (6th : 1990 : Odaware-shi, Japan)|
|LC Classifications||QH512 .M43 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 517 p. :|
|Number of Pages||517|
|ISBN 10||4431700684, 3540700684, 0387700684|
|LC Control Number||91004659|
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Various kinds of mineralization have been found in many biological systems. Investigations made at a microscopical level using various sophisticated analytical methods and using principles developed in different fields have clarified their mechanisms very much.
Sometimes, very similar phenomena have been found in the mineralized tissues of completely different biological systems.
Various kinds of mineralization have been found in many biological systems. Investigations made at a microscopical level using various sophisticated analytical methods and using principles developed in different fields have clarified their mechanisms very much. Get this from a library.
Mechanisms and phylogeny of mineralization in biological systems. [S Suga; Hiroshi Nakahara; Nihon Gakujutsu Kaigi.; Kanagawa Academy of Science and Technology.;].
About this book Various kinds of mineralization have been found in many biological systems. Investigations made at a microscopical level using various sophisticated analytical methods and using principles developed in different fields have clarified their mechanisms very much.
The current status of biomineralization research is presented in this volume, which discusses such topics as its origin and evolution, the mechanisms of mineralization, interactions between cells, organic matrix and minerals, and trace element accumulation in mineralized tissues.
Abstract. Physiologic mineralization in humans involves principally the formation of carbonated hydroxyapatite [Ca 10 (PO 4,CO 3) 6 (OH) 2, HAP] crystals in bone and teeth .In contrast, pathologic mineralization in humans is more complicated, involving HAP.
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