7 edition of Cold ocean physiology found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by H.O. Pörtner and R. Playle.|
|Series||Society for Experimental Biology seminar series ;, 66, Seminar series (Society for Experimental Biology (Great Britain)) ;, 66.|
|Contributions||Pörtner, H. O. 1955-, Playle, R. C. 1956-, Society for Experimental Biology (Great Britain), Canadian Society of Zoologists., Canadian Society of Zoologists. Meeting|
|LC Classifications||QL121 .C65 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 498 p. :|
|Number of Pages||498|
|LC Control Number||97022063|
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From a human viewpoint, the cold waters of deep sea and polar marine regions present an inhospitable and harsh environment for life. The study of organisms which have exploited this seemingly hostile ecological niche has revealed intriguing physiological adaptations.
From a human viewpoint, the cold waters of deep sea and polar marine regions present an inhospitable and harsh environment for life. The study of organisms that have exploited this seemingly hostile ecological niche has revealed intriguing physiological adaptations.
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John's, Newfoundland, Canada, Cold has long been regarded as inimicable to life. From the speculations of the earliest geographers and explorers to the azoic hypothesis of Edward Forbes, it was widely believed that the frozen polar regions and the cold, dark depths of the ocean would be essentially devoid of by: Get this from a library.
Cold Ocean Physiology. [Hans-O Pörtner; Richard C Playle;] -- From a human viewpoint, the cold waters of deep sea and polar marine regions present an inhospitable and harsh environment for life. The study of organisms which have exploited this seemingly hostile.
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