Series: Advances in Comparative and Environmental Physiology Volume: 15
By: R Gilles (Editor)
165 pages, 24 illustrations
Advances in Comparative and Environmental Physiology helps biologists, physiologists, and biochemists keep track of the extensive literature in the field. Providing comprehensive, integrated reviews and sound, critical, and provocative summaries, this series is a must for all active researchers in environmental and comparative physiology.
- Contents: Cellular Mechanisms of Salivary Gland Secretion
- Mechanisms of Nematocyst Discharge and Its Cellular Control
- Physiological Adaptations in Decapodan Crustaceans for Life in Fresh Water
- Neurochemical Differences in Two Steroid-Sensitive Areas Mediating Reproductive Behaviors
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