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Physiological mammalogy

Physiological mammalogy

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Published by Academic Press in New York, London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by William V. Mayer and Richard G. Van Gelder. Vol.1, Mammalian populations.
ContributionsMayer, William Vernon., Van Gelder, Richard George.
The Physical Object
Pagination381p.,24cm
Number of Pages381
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18893755M

About the Journal. This highly respected international scientific journal is produced 6 times per year and promotes interest in mammals throughout the world by the publication of original and timely research on all aspects of the biology of mammals. Mammalogy is for everyone Current Mammalogy, vol. 2. Hugh H. Genoways, ed. Plenum Press, New Physiological characteris­ The book can be read in one sitting, but this brevity comes at a cost: for much of the fossil record of verte­.

The Journal of Mammalogy is the flagship publication of the American Society of Mammalogists. Published since , the highly respected international scientific journal promotes interest in mammals throughout the world by the publication of original and timely research on all aspects of the biology of mammals; e.g., ecology, genetics, conservation, behavior, and physiology. (ebook) Physiological Mammalogy V1 () from Dymocks online store. Physiological Mammalogy, Volume I: Mammalian Populations.

  Reflecting the expertise and perspective of five leading mammalogists, the fourth edition of Mammalogy: Adaptation, Diversity, Ecology significantly updates taxonomy, includes a new chapter on mammalian molecular phylogenetics, and highlights several recently described are close to 5, species in the class Mammalia, including the blue whale—the largest animal that has ever. Synchrony between reproduction and food availability is important in mammals due to the high energetic costs of gestation and lactation. Female polar bears (Ursus maritimus) must accumulate sufficient energy reserves during spring through autumn to produce and nurse cubs during the winter months in snow te time in a den is important to optimize cub development for withstanding harsh.


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Physiological Mammalogy, Volume II: Mammalian Reactions to Stressful Environments deals with natural mammalian populations and their adaptations to stressful environments. The book explores the physiology and morphology of reproduction and development; water metabolism; and hibernation.

This volume is organized into three chapters and begins. Mammalogy is the study of mammals from the diverse biological viewpoints of structure, function, evolutionary history, behavior, ecology, classification, and economics. Thoroughly updated, the Sixth Edition of Mammalogy explains Physiological mammalogy book clarifies the subject as a unified whole.

The text begins by defining mammals and summarizing their origins/5(20). Physiological Mammalogy, Volume I: Mammalian Populations reviews the physiology of mammals, the social use of space of these species, and the reciprocal role of endocrines and populations.

The book presents many interesting ideas on the behavior of animals in populations and the effects of grouping of individuals upon the physiology of the. Description: Physiological Mammalogy, Volume I: Mammalian Populations reviews the physiology of mammals, the social use of space of these species, and the reciprocal role of endocrines and populations.

The book presents many interesting ideas on the behavior of animals in populations and the effects of grouping of individuals upon the. Physiological mammalogy Paperback – September 4, by Richard George Van Gelder (Author), William Mayer (Author) See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ Author: Richard George Van Gelder, William Mayer. Physiological mammalogy. New York, Academic Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Physiological mammalogy.

New York, Academic Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William V Mayer; Richard G Van Gelder. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Physiological mammalogy. New York, Academic Press, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type. This is the 5th and most recent volume from Oxford University Press covering the physiological ecology of major animal groups.

Devoted wholly to mammals, this book provides a remarkably complete and highly detailed review of all that is currently known about their physiology, especially that of : Peter L Meserve. Physiological Mammalogy, Volume I: Mammalian Populations reviews the physiology of mammals, the social use of space of these species, and the reciprocal role of endocrines and populations.

The book presents many interesting ideas on the behavior of animals in populations and the effects of grouping of individuals upon the physiology of the Book Edition: 1. Physiological Mammalogy, Volume II: Mammalian Reactions to Stressful Environments deals with natural mammalian populations and their adaptations to stressful environments.

The book explores the physiology and morphology of reproduction and develop. Purchase Physiological Mammalogy V2 - 1st Edition.

Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. Title. Physiological mammalogy. Mayer, William V. Van Gelder, Richard George, Type. Book Material. Elements of mammalogy prepared for the use of schools and colleges. This book is designed solely to facilitate the primary studies of those who desire to become acquainted with that branch of natural history, which treats of mammiferous animals.

Author(s): W. W Ruschenberger. Physiological Mammalogy. William V. Mayer and Richard G. Van Gelder, Eds. vol. 1, Mammalian Populations. John B. Calhoun and J. Christian. Academic Press, New York Cited by: 2. Books shelved as physiological: Good Calories, Bad Calories: Challenging the Conventional Wisdom on Diet, Weight Control, and Disease by Gary Taubes, The.

Physiological Mammalogy, Volume I: Mammalian Populations reviews the physiology of mammals, the social use of space of these species, and the reciprocal role of endocrines and populations.

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This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Mammalogy by Jack Sullivan. This book covers the following topics: Introduction to Mammals, Origin of Mammals, Early Mammals and Monotremes, Metatherian Diversity, Eutherian Diversity, Mammalian Species, Evolution of Ear Ossicles and Mammalian Anatomy.

Physiological Stress Response: Marine mammals are exposed to a variety of potentially stressful anthropogenic and natural environmental inputs in both wild and captive environments. Little is known about long-term effects of the stress response on individuals and populations in marine mammals.Reflecting the expertise and perspective of five leading mammalogists, the fifth edition of Mammalogy: Adaptation, Diversity, Ecology significantly updates taxonomy, adds a new introductory chapter on the science of mammalogy, and highlights several recently described species.

To enhance its appeal to students, textual material has been reduced.Mammalogy, scientific study of st in nonhuman mammals dates far back in prehistory, and the modern science of mammalogy has its broad foundation in the knowledge of mammals possessed by primitive peoples.

The ancient Greeks were among the first peoples to write systematically on mammalian natural history, and they knew many mammals not native to Greece; Aristotle .