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    Physiology of fish
    Amineva V.Y., Yarzhombek A.A
    Publication Date: 1984
    Publisher: Light and Food Industry
    Format: djvu, 202 p.
    Size: 6.512 MB.
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    In the textbook according to the program outlines the issues, which give an idea about the basic physiological processes that occur in fish. Shows the concept of homeostasis, regulation system, the various organs and systems of fish. We give a representation of biocurrents, meaning blood, lymph, tissue fluid, the endocrine glands. For students ichthyological fisheries departments of universities

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