The Nervous System Circulation, and Respiration
[Fish Physiology Series - Vol 04]
By William S Hoar, David J Randall
Pages: 532 pages
Publisher: Academic Press
The The Nervous System Circulation, and Respiration of fishes is considered in Volume IV.The major portion of this fourth volume is devoted to a review of aspects of respiration, circulation, and properties of the blood in fishes. In the first three chapters of Volume IV the anatomy and physiology of the nervous system are discussed and provide a background for many of the subsequent chapters in this volume and in Volume V. There is a chapter on the role of the swim bladder as a hydrostatic organ and another on the effects of hydrostatic pressure on animal function. The subject matter discussed has been attracting the interest of a large number of people from many disciplines, as has comparative physiology in general. Mammalian physiologists are discovering a wealth of interesting adaptive problems in fish physiology. This volume will serve as a useful source of information for these people.
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