Ecological and environmental physiology series provides a comprehensive physiological basis for how mammals work based on general physiological principles summarizes our current knowledge of the complex and sophisticated physiological function of mammals required for survival in a wide variety of ecological and environmental contexts . This book describes the physiology of mammals in an ecological and environmental context it first describes the basic bauplan and history of living mammals from an evolutionary viewpoint general physiological principles are then presented including the importance of body size and regulatory control systems this is followed by a detailed description of the physiological characteristics of . This is the 5th and most recent volume from oxford university press covering the physiological ecology of major animal groups devoted wholly to mammals this book provides a remarkably complete and highly detailed review of all that is currently known about their physiology especially that of nonhumans. During this period flies had free access to a sugary solution to feed and we continuously monitored surface body temperature and quantified occurrences of the bubbling behaviour. This authoritative series of concise affordable texts provides an integrated overview of the ecological and environmental physiology of key taxa including birds mammals reptiles amphibians insects and fish
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