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By: M Burrows
682 pages, 165 illus
Reviews the advances in insect neurobiology in the last two decades and highlights the contributions from this field to our understanding of how nervous systems function in general. |Richly illustrated, this book demonstrates how the brain of an insect can be an informative model for defining basic neural mechanisms shared by other animals, including humans. Set to become a standard reference.
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