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Physiological Adaptations for Breeding in Birds - Williams, Tony D
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fair to good GPO Washington, DC 1952 26 cm, 376, illus., diagrams, footnotes, index, boards somewhat worn and soiled, corner bumped, pencil erasure on front endpaper This volume was written by the Board for the Study of the Severely Wounded, North African-Mediterranean Theater of Operations; members of the Board included Henry Beecher, Charles Burnett, Seymour Shapiro, Fiorindo Simeone, Louis Smith, Eugene Sullivan, and Tracy Mallory. Dr. Beecher edited the Report of the Board., GPO, 1952, People's Health Publishing House Pub. Date :2004-6-1. paperback. New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Pages Number: 379 Publisher: People's Health Publishing House Pub. Date :2004-6-1. This book from the upper. middle and lower three composition. Chapter on Introduction outlines the development of Chinese Studies Department of History of gynecological treatment. anatomical and physiological characteristics of women. gynecological disease pathogenesis. etc.; medium-length. the theory details common gynecological medicine. treatment of difficult diseases law. prescriptions. and experience; next... Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back., People's Health Publishing House Pub. Date :2004-6-1, Princeton University Press, 2012. Hardcover. New. Physiological Adaptations for Breeding in Birds is the most current and comprehensive account of research on avian reproduction. It develops two unique themes: the consideration of female avian reproductive physiology and ecology, and an emphasis on individual variation in life-history traits. Tony Williams investigates the physiological, metabolic, energetic, and hormonal mechanisms that underpin individual variation in the key female-specific reproductive traits and the trade-offs between these traits that determine variation in fitness. The core of the book deals with the avian reproductive cycle, from seasonal gonadal development, through egg laying and incubation, to chick rearing. Reproduction is considered in the context of the annual cycle and through an individual's entire life history. The book focuses on timing of breeding, clutch size, egg size and egg quality, and parental care. It also provides a primer on female reproductive physiology and considers trade-offs and carryover effects between reproduction and other life-history stages. In each chapter, Williams describes individual variation in the trait of interest and the evolutionary context for trait variation. He argues that there is only a rudimentary, and in some cases nonexistent, understanding of the physiological mechanisms that underpin individual variation in the major reproductive life-history traits, and that research efforts should refocus on these key unresolved problems by incorporating detailed physiological studies into existing long-term population studies, generating a new synthesis of physiology, ecology, and evolutionary biology. Tony D. Williams is a professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at Simon Fraser University. He is the author of The Penguins. Reviews: "This important book comes from one of the leaders in the field of reproductive physiology. It will be of value to anyone interested in the physiology of birds from an evolutionary perspective."--Joseph B. Williams, Ohio State University "With exceptional writing, this timely and well-researched book thoroughly synthesizes what is known about the reproduction of birds. It will be required reading for students of the field for a long time to come."--Ignacio Moore, Virginia Tech, Princeton University Press, 2012

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Physiological Adaptations for Breeding in Birds is the most current and comprehensive account of research on avian reproduction. It develops two unique themes: the consideration of female avian reproductive physiology and ecology, and an emphasis on individual variation in life-history traits. Tony Williams investigates the physiological, metabolic, energetic, and hormonal mechanisms that underpin individual variation in the key female-specific reproductive traits and the trade-offs between these traits that determine variation in fitness. The core of the book deals with the avian reproductive cycle, from seasonal gonadal development, through egg laying and incubation, to chick rearing. Reproduction is considered in the context of the annual cycle and through an individual's entire life history. The book focuses on timing of breeding, clutch size, egg size and egg quality, and parental care. It also provides a primer on female reproductive physiology and considers trade-offs and carryover effects between reproduction and other life-history stages. In each chapter, Williams describes individual variation in the trait of interest and the evolutionary context for trait variation. He argues that there is only a rudimentary, and in some cases nonexistent, understanding of the physiological mechanisms that underpin individual variation in the major reproductive life-history traits, and that research efforts should refocus on these key unresolved problems by incorporating detailed physiological studies into existing long-term population studies, generating a new synthesis of physiology, ecology, and evolutionary biology. Nature Nature eBook, Princeton University Press

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780691139821
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0691139822
Version reliée
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2012
Editeur: University Press Group Ltd
Poids: 0,697 kg
Langue: Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9780691139821

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