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Animals and temperature : phenotypic and evolutionary adaptation [E-Book] / edited by Ian A. Johnston, Albert F. Bennett.
Environmental temperature varies in time and space on timescales ranging from a few hours to long-term climate change. Organisms are therefore continually challenged to regulate and maintain functional capacities as their thermal environment changes. This volume brings together many of the leading w...
|Personal Name(s):||Johnston, Ian A., editor|
|Bennett, Albert F., editor|
Cambridge University Press,
1 online resource (xvi, 419 pages)
Society for Experimental Biology seminar series ;
- Adaptation of biological membranes to temperature: biophysical perspectives and molecular mechanisms /
- A.Y. Gracey [and others].
- Temperature adaptation: molecular aspects /
- G. Di Prisco and B. Giardina
- Stenotherms and eurytherms: mechanisms establishing thermal optima and tolerance ranges /
- G.N. Somero, E. Dahlhoff and J.J. Lin
- Ecological and evolutionary physiology of stress proteins and the stress response: the Drosophila melanogaster model /
- M.E. Feder
- Temperature adaptation and genetic polymorphism in aquatic animals /
- A.J.S. Hawkins
- Phenotypic plasticity and evolutionary adaptations of mitochondria to temperature /
- H.E. Guderley and J. St Pierre
- Temperature and ontogeny in ectotherms: muscle phenotype in fish /
- I.A. Johnston, V.L.A. Vieira and J. Hill.