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Edited By: David H Evans
616 pages, illustrations, tables
Written by acknowledged leaders in this field, this book not only fills a 40 year gap in the literature, but presents a markedly changed field with new approaches, outlooks, and findings. The chapter authors provide a thorough discussion of the physiology and molecular biology of the membrane transporters. Each chapter reviews everything from the basic anatomy and ecophysiology to the molecular mechanisms and control.
Solutes, Solutions, and Membrane Transporters. Cell Volume Regulation. Protozoa. Mollusca. Annelids. Crustacea. Fishes. Amphibia. Reptiles. Birds. Mammals. Insects. Retrospectiv: What We Have Learned; What We Need to Know.
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