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How animals work, by Knut Schmidt-Nielsen.


Cambridge [England] University Press, 1972.
ISBN 0521084172, 9780521084178, 0521096928, 9780521096928

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Subjects Biologie animale.
Physiologie compareĢe.
Physiologie.
Physiology, Comparative.
Physiology.
Tierphysiologie.
Description vi, 114 pages illustrations 22 cm
Copyright Date 1972.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 105-109).
Summary A study of comparative physiology that explains the ways in which specific bodily systems function in different species.
Contents Respiration and evaporation -- Panting and heat loss -- How birds breathe -- Exercise, energy, and evaporation -- Countercurrent, a cheap trick -- Body size and problems of scaling.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)483542
(OCoLC)ocm00483542
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WorldCat Identities Schmidt-Nielsen, Knut, 1915-
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