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  • 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...

  • Physiologyby Solomon Zuckerman; Barbara J. Weir

    Elsevier Science 2013; US$ 93.95

    Physiology: The Ovary, Volume II, Second Edition provides an account of the principal aspects of ovarian development, structure and function. The book presents information derived from experimental and chemical studies of the ovary. The articles in the text discuss topics on the control of ovarian development in invertebrates; transplantation of the... more...

  • Physiologyby A. S. M. Saleuddin; Karl M. Wilbur

    Elsevier Science 2013; US$ 93.95

    The Mollusca, Volume 4: Physiology, Part 1, provides an overview of the state of knowledge in molluscan physiology. It is part of a multivolume treatise that covers the fields of biochemistry, physiology, neurobiology, reproduction and development, evolution, ecology, medical aspects, and structure. The Mollusca is intended to serve a range of disciplines:... more...

  • Diseases of Man Acquired from His Petsby B. Bisseru

    Elsevier Science 2013; US$ 72.95

    Diseases of Man Acquired from his Pets provides guideline of the diseases that man may acquire from animals. This book is composed of nine chapters. The chapters are divided broadly into the types of animals kept as pets. This book begins with a general introduction to animal pets. The subsequent chapters deal with diseases acquired from carnivores,... more...

  • Behavioral Embryologyby Gilbert Gottlieb

    Elsevier Science 2013; US$ 72.95

    Behavioral Embryology deals with the theoretical, philosophical, and empirical problems of behavioral embryology. The book is composed of studies on prenatal neural and behavioral development. The text discussed various topics on behavioral embryology such as the genetic aspects of neuro-embryology; prenatal ""organizing"" effect of gonadal hormones... more...

  • Physiology of Ticksby Frederick D. Obenchain; Rachel Galun

    Elsevier Science 2013; US$ 93.95

    Physiology of Ticks focuses on the unique (and probably the most vulnerable) features of tick physiology and the physiological aspects of tick interactions with their hosts. The mechanisms used by non-feeding ticks to maintain their water balance are examined, along with the salivary mechanisms used by feeding ixodid ticks for excreting the enormous... more...

  • Schlangenlinienby Patrick Masius

    Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht 2014; US$ 34.23

    Anfang des 19. Jahrhunderts war die Kreuzotter kaum erforscht. Als Giftschlange, die eine Gefahr für Mensch und Tier bedeutete, sollten sich die Kenntnisse um diese Art schnell ausweiten. Wissenschaftliche Erforschung und Ausrottungsideen gingen miteinander einher. Auf dem Höhepunkt der Ausrottungspolitik um 1900 setzte der Preußische Staat zentrale... more...

  • Octopusby Richard Schweid

    Reaktion Books 2013; US$ 19.95

     Our relationship to the octopus dates back to prehistory, when the eight-armed animal was depicted on vases and found in stone carvings from ancient Greece. Now we appreciate them for their abilities as escape artists, with sophisticated camouflage systems and ink jets—as well as their roles in tasty dishes from many cuisines. Octopuses... more...

  • Naturtourismus in der Uckermark: Situationsanalyse und Entwicklungschancen unter Berücksichtigung der touristischen Serviceketteby Neda Nouri

    Diplomica Verlag 2012; US$ 36.12

    Hauptbeschreibung Die Wettbewerbsintensität auf dem Tourismusmarkt nimmt zu. Durch die Fülle des Angebotes wird es für den Reisenden zunehmend schwerer, eine Entscheidung für eine Destination zu treffen. Zudem werden Reiseziele durch Angleichung des Angebotes austauschbarer. Zur Profilierung und Abgrenzung im Wettbewerb, ist ein ausgefeiltes Marketing... more...

  • Warnen, Tarnen, Täuschenby Klaus Lunau

    Primus Verlag 2014; US$ 24.56

    Wie kommt es dazu, dass die Natur so viele Tarn-, Täusch- und Warnstrategien kennt? Warum gibt es sie überhaupt? Ein giftiges Tier hat Überlebensvorteile, wenn seine Giftigkeit wahrgenommen wird, andere wiederum sehen gefährlich aus, sind aber in Wahrheit ganz harmlos und halten sich so ihre Fressfeinde vom Leib. Pflanzen ahmen Insekten nach, wodurch... more...