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    Vertebrate Biology
    by donald W. Linzey




    Pages: 552
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    Edition: 1st., 2000
    Language: English
    ISBN: 0697363872

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    This long-awaited entry into the Vertebrate Biology market has been praised for its student-friendly writing style. The text contains many pedagogical aids for students including boldface key terms throughout and a comprehensive glossary. End-of-chapter pedagogy includes a list of supplemental readings, a listing of related Internet sites, and chapter review questions.
    Donald Linzey has authored nine texts and numerous articles for scientific journals. He is a professor at Wytheville Community College with previous employment at the University of South Alabama and Cornell University. Dr. Linzey is currently the Principle Investigator for two international grants investigating the cause of declining amphibian populations and their potential impact on worldwide human populations..


    Contents:
    The Vertebrate Story: An Overview
    Systematics and Vertebrate Evolution. Vertebrate Zoogeography
    Early Chordates and Jawless Fishes
    Gnathostome Fishes
    Amphibians
    Evolution of Reptiles
    Reptiles (Including Birds): Morphology, Reproduction and Development
    Mammals
    Population Dynamics
    Movements
    Intraspecific Behavior and Ecology
    Interspecific Interactions
    Techniques for Ecological and Behavioral Studies
    Extinction and Extirpation
    Conservation and Management
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