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Academic & Professional Books  Mammals  Mammals: General

Mammals: Their Reproductive Biology and Population Ecology

Out of Print
By: JR Flowerdew
241 pages, Figs
Mammals: Their Reproductive Biology and Population Ecology
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  • Mammals: Their Reproductive Biology and Population Ecology ISBN: 9780521427678 Paperback Oct 1991 Out of Print #2317
  • Mammals: Their Reproductive Biology and Population Ecology ISBN: 9780713128963 Hardback Dec 1987 Out of Print #2680
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Contents: the reproductive tract - form and function; reproduction patterns in mammals; effects of the environmnt on reproduction; interactions between reproductive biology and life-history parameters; the description and analysis of population dynamics; the population dynamics of mammals; ecology of mammalian populations; man and mammalian populations.

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Out of Print
By: JR Flowerdew
241 pages, Figs
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