By Carl B. Schreck, Lluis Tort, Anthony P. Farrell, Colin J. Brauner
Biology of pressure in Fish: Fish Physiology presents a normal knowing relating to tension biology, together with lots of the fresh advances within the box. The booklet begins with a common dialogue of tension, delivering solutions to matters resembling its definition, the character of the physiological rigidity reaction, and the criteria that have an effect on the tension response.
It additionally considers the biotic and abiotic components that reason edition within the tension reaction, how the strain reaction is generated and regulated, its influence on physiological and organismic functionality and function, and utilized evaluate of rigidity, animal welfare, and rigidity as on the topic of version species.
- Provides the definitive reference on rigidity in fish as written via world-renowned specialists within the field
- Includes the latest advances and up to date pondering the explanations of pressure in fish, their implications, and the way to reduce the damaging effects
- Considers the biotic and abiotic components that reason version within the tension response
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