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Or the Preservation of Favoured Species in the Struggle for Life
by Charles Darwin
<p>First published in 1859, and later called simply The Origin of Species. In this seminal study of science and the natural world, Darwin sets out his argument for the evolution of species by means of natural selection.</p> ...eBook
by Charles Darwin
On the Origin of Species is the landmark scientific work of Charles Darwin which is the foundation of evolutionary biology, describing branching evolution by a means of natural selection of traits. It was originally published in 1859 and ...eBook
by Rebecca Krisher
<i>Oocyte Physiology and Development in Domestic Animals</i> reviews the most recent advances in the research of physiological and biochemical mechanisms underlying oocyte growth and development, providing readers with the fundamental ...eBook
by Doris Abele, Jose Pablo Vazquez-Medina & Tania Zenteno-Savin
Reactive oxygen species (ROS) are increasingly appreciated as down-stream effectors of cellular damage and dysfunction under natural and anthropogenic stress scenarios in aquatic systems. This comprehensive volume describes oxidative stress ...eBook
by Clarke, M. R.
Paleontology and Neontology of Cephalopods examines information that throws new light on the evolution of coleoids. This book is part of a multivolume work, The Mollusca, which attempts to provide comprehensive treatment of major areas of ...eBook
by Conn, P. Michael
Methods in Neurosciences, Volume 14: Paradigms for the Study of Behavior is a collection of articles that describes the methods for measuring a wide range of behavior. This volume covers the means for measuring different behaviors, such as ...eBook
by Morand, Serge
The development of molecular tools has dramatically increased our knowledge of parasite diversity and the vectors that transmit them. From viruses and protists to arthropods and helminths, each branch of the Tree of Life offers an insight into ...eBook
by Jubb, K. V.F.
The all-new Fourth Edition of <i>Pathology of Domestic Animals</i> comprehensively covers the biology and pathology of diseases of domestic animals on a systemic basic. Updated and expanded to reflect the current knowledge of the study of ...eBook
by Farn, Alexander E.
Pearl: Natural, Cultured and Imitation discusses some aspects, distinction, and authenticity of pearl. This book is divided into 10 chapters that cover the origin, anatomy, sources, and prices of this precious gem. <br>The first five chapters ...eBook
by Dr. Diana Prince
<p>This book is designed to introduce young readers to the remarkable world of penguins. This unique bird inhabits the harshest climate on earth. Yet in the Antarctic cold, special physical adaptations allow it not only to survive but to ...eBook
by Frankie, G. W.
Perspectives in Urban Entomology is a collection of papers presented at the "Ecology and Management of Insect Populations in Urban Environments" held in Washington, D.C. in 1976. This collection deals with urban entomology with emphasis on ...eBook
by Boyden, Alan
Perspectives in Zoology tries to discuss in a critical way some of the aspects of biology that lack perspective. The book also calls into attention the possibilities of obtaining a more correct view and challenges views that already have alreadyeBook
by Kerkut, G. A.
Over the past 25 years insect pharmacology has grown from a fledgling subject to one that occupies a major field of science. Volume ll reviews insect pharmacology past and present and effectively captures the growing confidence which imbues theeBook
by Lüscher, Martin
Phase and Caste Determination in Insects: Endocrine Aspects is a collection of papers presented at a Symposium of the Section Physiology and Biochemistry of the XV International Congress of Entomology, held in Washington, D.C. in 1976. ...eBook
by Wilbur, Karl M.
Physiology of Mollusca, Volume I focuses on the physiology of mollusks, as well as respiration, reproduction, embryogenesis, gastrulation, and shell formation and regeneration. <br>The selection first offers information on the classification andeBook
by Wilbur, Karl M.
Physiology of Mollusca, Volume II focuses on the physiology of mollusks, as well as feeding, digestion, mechanics of the heart, metabolism, and pigmentation. <br>The selection first offers information on feeding and digestion, including ...eBook
by Davson, Hugh
Physiology of the Eye, Fourth Edition reviews major advances in the physiology of the eye, including improvements in photochemical and electrophysiological techniques. In particular, the successful application of modern microelectrode techniqueseBook
by Wallis, C. J.
Practical Zoology for Advanced Level and Intermediate Students is a laboratory manual that covers various zoological experiments. The book presents methods, techniques, and illustrations relevant to zoological experiments. <br>The text first ...eBook
by Goss, Richard J.
Principles of Regeneration focuses on the principles, methodologies, and changes involved in the process of regeneration. <br>The book first underscores the nature of the nucleus in Acetabularia, enzyme effects, role of ribonucleic acid in ...eBook
by Corradetti, Augusto
Proceedings of the First International Congress of Parasitology ...eBook