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    Fish Physiology Vol 03-Reproduction and Growth

    Reproduction and Growth
    [Fish Physiology Series - Vol 03]

    By William S Hoar, David J Randall




    Pages: 483 pages
    Publisher: Academic Press
    Edition: 1970
    Language: English
    ISBN-10: 0123504031
    ISBN-13: 978-0123504036

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    The topics discussed in the third volume of this treatise are extremely diverse. The first four chapters are devoted to problems of reproduction,differentiation, and development; the last four are quite unrelated, dealing with tissue culture, physiological color changes, venoms, poisons, and those structures which produce light. Thus, the subjects range from the cellular level in fish genetics, development, and tissue culture to organ physiology and interacting organisms at the social level, with descriptions of many curious devices for protection and communication.Although lacking in homogeneity, this volume does emphasize the scope of evolutionary adaptation. Fishes have exploited the gamut of devices associated with ***ual reproduction and provide examples of highly successful alternatives to ***; their reproductive behavior is frequently complex, and its various phases are neatly
    timed and associated with environmental cycles. The fishes are unique among the vertebrates in their ability to create light; the production of venoms and poisons and the use of protective coloration play important roles in the defense and protection of many species. This volume brings together many scattered observations as well as the results of recent investigations. We feel confident that the general biologist, the zoologist, and the comparative physiologist, as well as the fish physiologist, will find a wealth of exciting information in it.

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