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by Cohen, Jack
Living Embryos: An Introduction to the Study of Animal Development, Revised Second Edition presents the processes of development as seen throughout the animal kingdom. This book discusses the development of the organ systems of vertebrates. ...eBook
by Munro, H. N.
Mammalian Protein Metabolism, Volume I focuses on the processes, methodologies, biosynthesis, protein formation, and reactions involved in mammalian protein metabolism. <br><br>The selection first elaborates on the origin and growth of concepts ...eBook
by Munro, H. N.
Mammalian Protein Metabolism, Volume II focuses on the processes, methodologies, and reactions involved in mammalian protein metabolism, including toxicities, amino acid imbalance, and digestion and absorption. <br><br>The selection first offerseBook
by Henry James Slack
<p>As this little book is intended to be no more than an introduction to an agreeable branch of microscopical study, it is to be hoped it will not require a formal preface; but a few words may be convenient to indicate its scope and purpose.</p>eBook
by John Pastor
Population ecologists study how births and deaths affect the dynamics of populations and communities while ecosystem ecologists study how species control the flux of energy and materials through food webs and ecosystems. Although all these ...eBook
by Anne E. Magurran
<p>This accessible and timely book provides a comprehensive overview of how to measure biodiversity. The book highlights new developments, including innovative approaches to measuring taxonomic distinctness and estimating species richness, and ...eBook
by Hughes, R. Colin
Membrane Glycoproteins: A Review of Structure and Function deals with membrane glycoproteins found in biological systems. The book describes the structure and biosynthesis of the glycoproteins in relation to known or postulated functions in ...eBook
by Geison, Gerald L.
<p>Despite great ferment and activity among historians of science in recent years, the history of physiology after 1850 has received little attention. Gerald Geison makes an important contribution to our knowledge of this neglected area by ...eBook
by Donald L. J. Quicke
<p>Deals with all aspects of adaptive resemblance</p> <ul> <li>Full colour</li> <li>Covers everything from classic examples of Batesian, Mullerian, aggressive and sexual mimicries through to human behavioural and microbial molecular ...eBook
by Dixon, Kenneth R.
<P>Exploring roles critical to environmental toxicology, <STRONG>Modeling and Simulation in Ecotoxicology with Applications in MATLAB<SUP>®</SUP> and Simulink<SUP>® </SUP></STRONG>covers the steps in modeling and simulation from problem ...eBook
From Cell to Ecosystem
by Alain Pavé
<p>Modeling is now one of the most efficient methodologies in life sciences. From practice to theory, this book develops this approach illustrated by many examples; general concepts and the current state of the art are also presented and ...eBook
by Florkin, Marcel
Molecular Approaches to Ecology presents studies on the molecular aspects underlying adaptation along with discussions of the concept of molecular adaptation. A proper approach to the study of adaptation must start from the consideration of the ...eBook
by Weber, Rudolf
The Biochemistry of Animal Development, Volume III: Molecular Aspects of Animal Development provides an account of the developments in the molecular approach to vertebrate development with particular emphasis on the functions of nucleic ...eBook
by Hochachka, Peter W.
The Mollusca, Volume 1: Metabolic Biochemistry and Molecular Biomechanics provides information pertinent to the advances in the traditional areas of biochemistry and in other developed areas that have become a part of molluskan biochemistry. ...eBook
by Smith, David S.
Muscle aims to consider aspects of the structure and function of selected muscle cells, primarily from vertebrates and arthropods, with the use of diagrams, light micrographs, and electron micrographs. <br>The book begins by briefly tracing theeBook
by P. Kropotkin
<p>Two aspects of animal life impressed me most during the journeys which I made in my youth in Eastern Siberia and Northern Manchuria. One of them was the extreme severity of the struggle for existence which most species of animals have to ...eBook
Biological Invasions In The Global Age
by Jason Van Driesche & Roy Van Driesche
<p>Though the forests are still green and the lakes full of water, an unending stream of invasions is changing many ecosystems around the world from productive, tightly integrated webs of native species to loose assemblages of stressed native ...eBook
The Strange Saga of the Minnesota Iceman
by Bernard Heuvelmans, Loren Coleman & Paul LeBlond
<p>NOW IN ENGLISH FOR THE FIRST TIME… THE TRUE STORY OF THE MINNESOTA ICEMAN!</p> <p>The story begins at the end of 1968 in New Jersey, when zoologist Bernard Heuvelmans and biologist Ivan Sanderson first hear from a correspondent about the ...eBook
by William Edward Duellman
<p>The family Hylidae, as currently recognized, is composed of about 34 genera and more than 400 species. Most genera (30) and about 350 species live in the American tropics. Hyla and 10 other genera inhabit Central America; four of ...eBook