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Biology of the Reptilia, Volume 17 Sensorimotor Integration (Neurology C)

Series: Biology of the Reptilia Volume: 17
Edited By: Carl Gans and PS Ulinski
704 pages, 115 b/w photos, 177 line illus, 17 tab
Publisher: Branta Books
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  • Biology of the Reptilia, Volume 17 ISBN: 9780226281193 Paperback May 1992 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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About this book

The first volumes in this on-going series to be published by the University of Chicago Press. Contents: Retinal structure; Retinal function in turtles; Comparative Analysis of the primary visual system in reptiles; Optic tectum; Anatomy and physiology of infrared sensitivity of snakes; Muscle spindles, tendon organs, and joint receptors; The cerebellum; Neuropeptides in the nervous system

Contents

Preface 1 Retinal Structure Ellengene H. Peterson 2 Retinal Function in Turtles Alan M. Granda and David F. Sisson 3 Comparative Analysis of the Primary Visual System of Reptiles Jacques Reperant, Jean-Paul Rio, Roger Ward, Stephane Hergueta, Dom Miceli, and Michel Lemire 4 Optic Tectum Philip S. Ulinski, Dennis M. Dacey, and Martin I. Sereno 5 Anatomy and Physiology of Infrared Sensitivity of Snakes Gerard J. Molenaar 6 Muscle Spindles, Tendon Organs, and Joint Receptors Alan Crowe 7 The Cerebellum Hans J. ten Donkelaar and Gesineke C. Bangma 8 Neuropeptides in the Nervous System Anton J. Reiner

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Series: Biology of the Reptilia Volume: 17
Edited By: Carl Gans and PS Ulinski
704 pages, 115 b/w photos, 177 line illus, 17 tab
Publisher: Branta Books
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