By G. Pethes,V. L. Frenyó
The textual content is constituted of sixty one chapters within which bankruptcy four and the succeeding chapters are grouped into 8 elements in keeping with the subject of the experiences. the hole bankruptcy explains sensory modalities past human conception, whereas bankruptcy 2 discusses developments within the body structure of domesticated animals. bankruptcy three studies muscular tissues in dwelling animals, that's by means of issues grouped into components. the 1st half bargains with fetal homeostasis, whereas the second one half discusses keep an eye on of corpora lutea functionality of ruminant and non-ruminant domesticated animals. The 3rd half bargains with the comparative body structure of lactation in cattle, whereas the fourth half tackles digestion in non-ruminant herbivorous animals. components five and six hide subject on diving, which include metabolism, body structure, and keep watch over. The 7th half discusses phylogenesis of hormones and hormone receptors, and the final half covers neuromuscular transmission in invertebrates.
Researchers whose line of labor matters the physiological houses of animals will locate this ebook as a very good resource of similar literatures.
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Advances in Animal and Comparative Physiology: Advances in Physiological Sciences: Proceedings of The 28Th International Congress of Physiological Sciences Budapest 1980 by G. Pethes,V. L. Frenyó