By: Fred Delcomyn
648 pages, B/w photos, col & b/w illus
Foundations of Neurobiology is the first book on the subject conceived and written exclusively for undergraduate biology students--a concise, principles-oriented text that spans the entire field of neurobiology from molecules to the mind. With only general biology as a prerequisite, the book takes a broad, conceptual, comparative approach, introducing the principles of vertebrate and invertebrate neural function in all sensory systems.
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