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Ecology Of Small Mammals of Desert and Montane Ecosystems

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By: I Prakash and P Singh
153 pages, colour plates, tables, figures
Ecology Of Small Mammals of Desert and Montane Ecosystems
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  • Ecology Of Small Mammals of Desert and Montane Ecosystems ISBN: 9788172334017 Hardback Dec 2005 In stock
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Small mammals (Rodents and Insectivores) constitute 31.18% of total mammal species found in India. In spite of their abundance, this largest group among mammals has received little attention of ecologists. This book is an endeavour to cover small mammals of the whole state. The book is first of its kind in India, which takes into account habitat preference, food and feeding behaviour, home range, activity pattern, reproductive behaviour, biochemical communication and physiology of small mammals of desert and hilly terrain. It also includes zoogeography of small mammals found in Rajasthan and changes in faunistic composition being brought by canal and tube well irrigation.

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