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Sturkie's Avian Physiology

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Edited By: PD Sturkie and G Causey Whittow
685 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Academic Press
Sturkie's Avian Physiology
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  • Sturkie's Avian Physiology ISBN: 9780127476056 Edition: 5 Hardback Oct 1999 Out of Print #81159
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Latest edition of the classic, comprehensive single volume on the physiology of wild and domestic birds. Now in a larger format, it includes new chapters on the physiology of incubation and growth. Chapters on the nervous system and sensory organs have been greatly expanded due to the many advances in the field. The text also covers the physiology of flight, reproduction in both male and female birds, and the immunophysiology of birds.


O. Gunturkun, Sensory Physiology: Vision. R. Necker, Avian Ear and Hearing. J.R. Mason, Chemical Senses. R. Necker, Somato-Sensory System. R. Necker, Functional Anatomy of the Spinal Cord. J.L. Dubbeldam, Motor Control System. W.J. Kuenzel, Autonomic Nervous System. A.L. Harvey and I.G. Marshall, Muscle. D.R. Jones and N.H. West, Cardiovascular System. F.L. Powell and G.S. Mitchell, Respiration. D.L. Goldstein and E. Skadhauge, Body Fluid Regulation, Renal Physiology; Acid-Base Ballance. D.M. Denbow, Gastro-Intestinal Physiology. C.R. Blem, Energy Balance. W.R. Dawson and G.C. Whittow, Thermoregulation. P.J. Butler, Physiology of Flight. C.G. Scanes, Introduction to Endocrinology; Pituitary Gland. F.M.A. McNabb, Thyroids. C.G. Dacke, Parathyroid, Vitamin D and Calcitonin Hormones. S. Harvey and R. Carsia, Adrenals. R.L. Hazelwood, Pancreas. E. Gwinner and M. Hau, Pineal Gland; Circadian Rhythm, Photoperiodism. A.L. Johnson, Reproduction in the Female Bird. D.P. Froman and J. Kirby, Reproduction in the Male Bird. H. Tazawa and G.C. Whittow, Incubation Physiology. Cogburn, Physiology of Growth and Development. B. Glick, Immunophysiology. Subject Index.

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G. Causey Whittow is currently Professor of Physiology and Chairman of the Department of Physiology at the John A. Burns School of Medicine at the University of Hawaii in Honolulu. His scientific work on birds stems from a post-doctoral fellowship in Paul Sturkies laboratory at Rutgers University in 196061. He contributed to the Second, Third and Fourth Editions of Avian Physiology and has published over 80 scientific papers on birds. Whittows special interest is in seabirds. He is a Fellow of the Linnean Society of London and a Fellow of the Institute of Biology.
Out of Print
Edited By: PD Sturkie and G Causey Whittow
685 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Academic Press
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...remains the primary reference for avian physiologists. ...I recommend this book to anyone with even a passing interest in avian physiology. Jim Reynolds in IBIS (2000)
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