The scope of the European Journal of Morphology covers the entire field of vertebrate morphology with emphasis on human embryology and anatomy. The range is from ultrastructural cytology to gross, especially clinical anatomy and morphological neuroscience. Specific topics are developmental, functional and projection anatomy. The Proceedings of the meetings of The Netherlands Association of Anatomists are published periodically. The Microwave Newsletter is published in every second issue. As from 1995, European Archives of Biology (EAB), founded in 1886, has been incorporated in European Journal of Morphology.
The scope of the incorporated European Archives of Biology (1 issue per year) covers general biology of invertebrates and vertebrates with special emphasis on developmental and reproductive biology, as well as experimental and descriptive teratology.
Holdings: Vol. 42, no. 1 (2005) -- v. 42, no. 4/5 (Oct./Dec. 2005).
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