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Comparative Developmental Physiology Contributions, Tools, and Trends

Edited By: Stephen Warburton, Warren Burggren, Bernd Pelster, C Reiber and J Spicer
240 pages, illus
Comparative Developmental Physiology
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  • Comparative Developmental Physiology ISBN: 9780195168600 Paperback Dec 2006 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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This book presents assessments of current work in the field of developmental physiology from experimental, theoretical, and molecular perspectives, with an intent to predict the future directions this key area will take. The authors have been well-selected to provide a satisfying overview of an emerging area, which is relevant to the research of physiologists, ecologists, evolutionary biologists, and developmental biologists.

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Edited By: Stephen Warburton, Warren Burggren, Bernd Pelster, C Reiber and J Spicer
240 pages, illus
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