Extractions: Search for Books By author: By title: By keyword or ISBN: Advanced booksearch Search for multiple books @Biblio Home Search for books Books by subject Rare book room ... Contact us Books by subject Arts Biography Books on Books Gardening ... More subjects Browse by subject Browse by title Browse by author Animal Life at Low Temperature Davenport,J Format: Hardcover 1991. 26cm. Pp.264. Hardbound. This book presents a broad picture of the adaptations and responses of terrestrial and aquatic animals to low temperatures. It draws together the results of much recent research into topics such as hibernation, antifreezes in fish, the evolution of warm-bloodedness and the importance of cold to evolution and extinction. The book is wide-ranging, describing the life of bats and icefish, lemmings and penguins, intertidal mussels and high altitude lizards. One chapter is devoted to the effects on and responses to cold in Man.. Cryobiology. Offered by Steven Simpson Books (Norfolk, United Kingdom) Add to cart Shipping rates Life in the Frozen State Format: Hardcover 2004. 26cm. Pp.704. 10 photos, 100 figures, 20 tables. Hardbound. Cryobiology is the study of living things at low temperatures. For more than 50 years, science has explored whether cold may preserve life. Today, cryobiology plays an important role in medicine, agriculture, horticulture, and forestry, as well as in the conservation of endangered plant, animal and microbial species. Life in the Frozen State is a comprehensive review of the effects of freezing on living organisms, and how the use of cryobiology can benefit humanity in healthcare and conservation. The book takes a multidisciplinary approach, combining theory and practice across a range of species and applications. . Cryobiology, Freezing.
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