By: FH Bronson
336 pages, 74 line drawings, 4 tables
Interdisciplinary overview of the way mammals reproduce, drawing together work from the fields of physiology, behaviour and population ecology. The author is principally concerned with how environmental factors regulate reproduction, and gives equal weight to ecological and physiological factors. Well organized, carefully planned and clearly written, this has become the standard text in this discipline.
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