2 edition of Comparative physiology. found in the catalog.
|Statement||North-Holland Pub. Co.|
|Publishers||North-Holland Pub. Co.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 54 p. :|
|Number of Pages||90|
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You might take things like growing or surviving for granted, but many pieces of your body have to work together to make those things happen. She is a pioneer in shrimp genome research.
The camel's nose: memoirs of a curious scientist.2015zebrafish are highly appropriate models to reveal how hormones regulate the activities of AQPs in a developmental context. Ho, in2014 Transgenerational Epigenetics in Ecology and Physiology Often neglected in the synthesis of transgenerational epigenetics are the significant contributions of observational and experimental studies from ecology and comparative physiology that address the evolutionary importance of the non-genetic transmission of traits from parent to offspring.
Biomedical supply companies make equipment designed for working on these specific creatures because there is a large enough of a market for them. Squid nerves helped us understand how the nervous system works in humans.
Among the many cells of the stem are two types of tissue that comprise the vascular tissue system of higher plants, xylem and phloem, collectively called the stele. 57 In the rat, prolactin has been shown to possess important luteotrophic Comparative physiology. luteolytic properties. After this quick tour of comparative physiology of transport systems work up some brief answers to the following questions.
The link between anatomy the structure and the physiology Comparative physiology. it works is something that physiologists find everywhere. This idea of a healthy range is called homeostasis. " Comparative physiologists often study organisms that live in "extreme" e. Depending on dose, time course and previous hormone status, exogenous estrogenic agents can inhibit or stimulate the secretion of gonadotropins. 59—61 Ever since Richard Willham 1972 revised the heritability model to account for maternal effects, researchers have demonstrated that maternal effects represent a significant portion of the variation of traits such as offspring birth weight, offspring birth date, natal litter size, and juvenile mass in mammalian species.
New directions in comparative physiology and biochemistry. But as life moves to a larger scale from single-celled eukaryotes to multicellular organisms, the gross differences in body form are undeniable. Plant responses to salt and water stress have much in common. Briefly discuss these different pairs. The chapters are organized and read similar to primary review articles and utilize actual data from primary research journals to demonstrate key concepts in physiology.
Keywords: Autotetraploid; Cassava; Comparative transcriptomics; Drought stress; Stomatal density; lncRNAs. New directions in comparative physiology and biochemistry: mechanisms, adaptations, and evolution.
One particular area of comparative physiology has received increased attention over time: the use of phylogenic comparative methods.
Drought-induced senescence is characterized by a loss of antioxidant defences in chloroplasts.
Because it focuses on function, comparative physiology can also be referred to as functional anatomy.
After this quick tour of comparative physiology of transport systems work up some brief answers to the following questions.