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  • Physiology of Molluscaby Karl M. Wilbur; C. M. Yonge

    Elsevier Science 2013; US$ 72.95

    Physiology of Mollusca, Volume I focuses on the physiology of mollusks, as well as respiration, reproduction, embryogenesis, gastrulation, and shell formation and regeneration. The selection first offers information on the classification and structure of the Mollusca and the physiological aspects of the ecology of intertidal mollusks. Topics include... more...

  • Physiology of Molluscaby Karl M. Wilbur; C. M. Yonge

    Elsevier Science 2013; US$ 93.95

    Physiology of Mollusca, Volume II focuses on the physiology of mollusks, as well as feeding, digestion, mechanics of the heart, metabolism, and pigmentation. The selection first offers information on feeding and digestion, including Amphineura, Gastropoda, Bivalvia, anatomy of the gut, movement of food, and digestive diverticula. The text then elaborates... more...

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