4 edition of Ecophysiology of amphibians inhabiting xeric environments found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Michael R. Warburg.|
|Series||Adaptations of desert organisms|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 182p. :|
|Number of Pages||182|
|LC Control Number||97039317|
This book is a basic account of the life cycles and life history strategies of the major groups of desert arthropods. It covers a wide variety of topics including an overview of major adaptations in desert arthropods, characteristic features of deserts, a comprehensive review of life history theory, and a detailed description of embryonic and postembryonic development. Ecophysiology of Amphibians Inhabiting Xeric Environments (Adaptations of Desert Organisms) Edible Sea Urchins: Biology and Ecology (Developments in Aquaculture and Fisheries Science) Eel Biology Eels (Nature's Children) Eels (Seward, Homer, Sea Monsters.).
AbstractA key goal of ecology and evolution is to understand the relative contributions of environment and history in determining the geographic distribution of organisms. For the Neotropical lowlands, where temperatures are similar across landscapes, we hypothesize that water balance may be a critical but understudied factor in determining the distribution of by: 5. of Amphibians Inhabiting Xeric Environm)ent M. Warburg Ecophysiology of Amphibians Inhabiting Xeric Environments XVI, pp. 39 figs. 18 tabs. Hardcover DM ,-ISBN A description of the structural and functional adaptations of the key organs such as skin, kidneys, bladder, lungs and ovaries, with special emphasis placed on.
Warburg M. Ecophysiology of amphibians inhabiting xeric environments. Adaptations of desert organisms. Berlin: Springer-Verlag. Degani G. Water balance of salamanders Salamandra-salamandra from different habitats. Amphibia-Reptilia Degani G. Author: Gad Degani. Amphibian Characteristics, Taxonomy, and Evolution Goal of the Lecture Reading Assignments: 1) Handouts (Zardoya and Meyer , Laurin ) To familiarize students with characteristics of the Class Amphibia, the diversity of extant amphibians, and the fossil record of amphibians. 2) Duellman and Trueb: pp. Lecture OutlineFile Size: 1MB.
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This book describes structural and functional adaptations of key organs such as skin, kidneys, bladder, lungs and : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
Scarcity of water has brought about a number of structural, behavioural, physiological and ecological adaptations in amphibians inhabiting seasonally xeric habitats. This book describes structural and functional adaptations of key organs such as skin, kidneys, bladder, lungs and ovaries.
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Get this from a library. Ecophysiology of amphibians inhabiting xeric environments. [M R Warburg] -- This book describes structural and functional adaptations of key organs such as skin, kidneys, bladder, lungs and ovaries. Behavioural responses to high temperatures mainly involve thermoregulation.
1 Introduction Xeric Ecophysiology of amphibians inhabiting xeric environments book and Their Amphibian Inhabitants The Habitats Structural and Functional Adaptations of Key Organs. Structure and Function of the Integument Respiratory Organs and Respiration The Endolymphatic System as Calcium Reserve Kidney Structure and Function Structure and Function of the Female Reproductive System Receptors.
"Ecological and Environmental Physiology of Amphibians is an important and significant resource, with an excellent review of the state of our current understanding of amphibian physiology, particularly with regard to water balance.
The book is valuable to physiologists and to those amphibian biologists whose research focuses on water exchange."/5(3).
Ecophysiology of amphibians inhabiting xeric environments: with 39 figures and 18 tables. By Michael R Warburg Topics: živalstvo -- dvoživke -- Amphibia -- močeradi -- Salamandra sp.
-- žabe -- Anura -- pupki -- ekofiziologija -- suhi habitati -- Urodela., ekologija -- prilagoditve. fiziologija : Michael R Warburg. Abstract. Any attempt to analyse the ecological adaptations of amphibians inhabiting xeric environments in a comprehensive manner presents a formidable task, especially since amphibians live in two worlds and the factors affecting their lives differ greatly in the aquatic environment compared with the terrestrial-xeric one.
Ecophysiology of Amphibians Inhabiting Xeric Environments Michael Warburg A description of the structural and functional adaptations of the key organs such as skin, kidneys, bladder, lungs and ovaries, with special emphasis placed on physiological adaptations: water, electrolyte, nitrogen, and thermal balance and their.
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Most amphibians collected exhibited wide occurrence along CPI, where we recorded 24 species (%), which occurred at least in 60% of the sampled environments. In this chapter, we review current knowledge on the ecology, biodiversity, biogeography, and conservation of amphibians of the Caatinga.
We recorded 98 species belonging to 12 families, with Physiology of the Amphibia, Volume III consists of 10 chapters beginning with a discussion on amphibian color changes and the various aspects of the molting cycle. Possessing a skin more suitable for life in the water, the amphibians need to prevent excessive water loss from their body to the environment; hence, an additional mechanism for.
19 Sep Paperback. US$ Add to basket. Cambridge Core - Zoology - Vertebrate Ecophysiology - by Don Bradshaw. Ecophysiology attempts to clarify the role and importance of physiological processes, such as digestion and respiration, in the ecological relations of species in their natural habitats.
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The rare amphibian salamander, S. s. infraimmaculata, inhabits a xeric habitat in a fringe area in northern Israel within the south‐easternmost limit of its Palaearctic distribution (Degani & Warburg ; Warburg ).In this habitat on Mt.
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