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Fish physiology vol 8 bio energetics and growth


, : Fish physiology vol 8 bio energetics and growth. Hoar, William Stewart, D J Randall And J R Brett (Ed ) Fish Physiology, Vol Viii Bioenergetics And Growth Xvii+786p Illus Academic Press: New York, N Y , Usa; London, England Isbn 0-12-350408-2 V-786

Included in this book are 11 chapters by contributing authors concerned with physiological and biochemical aspects of feeding, nutrition, metabolism and growth in fish. Topics discussed include nutrition, feeding strategies, brains and feeding behavior, digestion, energy conversion and metabolism during early development, physiological energetics, cytogenetics, population genetics, hormonal growth influences, growth and environmental factors and growth models and rates. Of interest to physiologists, nutritionists and aquacultural scientists, this book also contains many tables, diagrams, photo- and micrographs, references and author, subject and systematic indexes. Individual chapters are indexed in BIORESEARCH INDEX.

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