Item description for Endocrines and Osmoregulation: A Comparative Account in Vertebrates (Zoophysiology) by Peter J. Bentley...
The new edition of P.J. Bentley's established text describes the physiological mechanisms utilized by different vertebrate species to adapt to the differences and vicissitudes of water and salt availability in their natural environments. The book is especially concerned with the roles of endocrine glands in coordinating and maintaining such osmoregulation. It provides information about the environmental stresses and physiological and endocrine processes involved in the osmoregulation in each phyletic order of the vertebrates, and it describes the physiological adaptations they have evolved to foster their survival in osmotically hostile habitats. The second edition provides a comprehensive update utilizing the considerable amount of new data which have been collected over the past years. From a review of the previous edition: "I strongly recommend it as an essential reading and reference book for younger and older workers alike". Nature
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 6.75" Height: 9.75" Weight: 1.3 lbs.
Release Date Apr 29, 2002
ISBN 3540426833 ISBN13 9783540426837
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More About Peter J. Bentley
Peter J. Bentley, PhD is one of the most creative thinkers working in computer science today. A senior research fellow and professor at University College London, he is well known for his prolific research covering all aspects of evolutionary computation and digital biology. He is the author of the popular science book, Digital Biology and a regular contributor to BBC Radio.