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Biology of the Reptilia, Volume 18 Hormones, Brain and Behavior (Physiology E)

Series: Biology of the Reptilia Volume: 18
Edited By: Carl Gans and D Crews
536 pages, 30 b/w photos, 65 line illus, 27 tab.
Publisher: Branta Books
Biology of the Reptilia, Volume 18
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  • Biology of the Reptilia, Volume 18 ISBN: 9780226281247 Paperback Apr 1992 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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Contents: The interaction of hormones, brain, and behavior: an emerging discipline in herpetology; Physiological regulation of sexual behavior in female reptiles; The physiological basis of sexual behavior in male reptiles; Reptilian pheromones; Endogenous rhythms; Reptilian coloration and behavior; Nasal chemical senses in reptiles: structure and function.

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1 The Intereaction of Hormones, Brain, and Behavior: An Emerging Discipline in Herpetology, David Crews and Carl Gans 2 Physiological Regulation of Sexual Behavior in Female Reptiles, Joan M. Whittier and Richard R. Tokarz 3 The Physiological Basis of Sexual Behavior in Male Reptiles, Michael C. Moore and Jonathan Lindzey 4 Reptilian Pheromones, Robert T. Mason 5 Endogenous Rhythms, Herbert Underwood 6 Reptilian Coloration and Behavior, William E. Cooper, Jr., and Neil Greenberg 7 Nasal Chemical Senses in Reptiles: Structure and Function, Mimi Halpern

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Series: Biology of the Reptilia Volume: 18
Edited By: Carl Gans and D Crews
536 pages, 30 b/w photos, 65 line illus, 27 tab.
Publisher: Branta Books
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