By: John I Spicer and Kevin J Gaston
241 pages, Figs, tabs, maps
Provides a contemporary summary of physiological diversity as it occurs at different hierarchical levels (individual, population, species etc.), and the implications of such diversity for ecology and, by implication, evolution.
Physiological Diversity and its Ecological Implications effectively develops a valuable new perspective within ecological physiology. This book deserves to be read by all in the discipline, including graduate students as well as established researchers. Glenn Walsberg, The Auk, 118(1) 2001
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