Published August 29, 2005 by Academic Press .
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|Contributions||John F. Steffensen (Editor), Anthony P. Farrell (Series Editor)|
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Volume 22 of the Fish Physiology Series is entirely devoted to fishes of high latitudes (Arctic and Antarctic). Three central themes comprise the book: the uniqueness of the physiology of fishes that live in cold polar environments, a comparative analysis of physiological patterns exemplified by fishes that live poles apart and, how fishes differ from fishes living in more temperate and Author: John F.
Steffensen. Volume 22 of the Fish Physiology Series is entirely devoted to fishes of high latitudes (Arctic and Antarctic). Three central themes comprise the book: the uniqueness of the physiology of fishes that live in cold polar environments, a comparative analysis of physiological patterns exemplified by fishes that live poles apart and, how fishes differ from fishes living in more temperate and.
Volume 22 of the Fish Physiology Series is entirely devoted to fishes of high latitudes (Arctic and Antarctic). Three central themes comprise the book: The uniqueness of the physiology of fishes that live in cold polar environments, a comparative analysis of physiological patterns exemplified by fishes that live poles apart and, how fishes.
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central themes comprise the book: The uniqueness of the physiology of fishes that live in cold polar environments, a comparative analysis of physiological patterns exemplified by fishes that live poles apart and, and how fishes differ from fishes living in more temperate and tropical habitats.
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To address this question, authors included brief comparisons with the eurythermal fishes. As this book reveals, our state of knowledge on the physiology of polar fishes is limited and fragmentary, and greatly favours ocean over freshwater species despite the existence.
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