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    Fish Physiology: Sensory Systems and Electric Organs


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    William Stewart Hoar, "Fish Physiology: Sensory Systems and Electric Organs"
    Academic Pr | 1971-06 | ISBN: 0123504058 | 600 pages | PDF | 10,3 MB

    This Volume is concerned with sensory systems and some aspects of function of the central nervous system. Sensory systems have been extensively studied in fish not only because of a wide general interest in the behavioral and sensory physiology of this group but also because, in many instances, fish are technically suitable for general studies of sensory systems and have certain receptors not present in other groups. Electroreceptors fall into this category; these receptors are unique to fishes, and studies of this system have application to receptor function in general.

    Electric organs, an effector rather than receptor system, are discussed in this volume because of the functional relationships between electroreception and electric organ discharge. The Mauthner neuron which is another system studied both to increase understanding of neuronal organization in fish and because the Mauthner cell constitutes a useful preparation for studying synaptic function and the integration of activity in neuronal networks in general is discussed in another chapter.

    Neurophysiology, particularly sensory physiology, is a very active area of biology. The chapters in this volume, perhaps more than in other volumes, can only present a summary of the present state of science in this rapidly expanding and developing field. We hope that this volume reflects some of the excitement and activity in sensory physiology and will be a useful introduction to students in this area of biology.




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    Fish Physiology

    Excretion, Ionic Regulation, and Metabolism

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    by: William Stewart Hoar

    • Publisher: Academic Press
    • Number Of Pages: 465
    • Publication Date: 1969-06
    • ISBN-10 / ASIN: 0123504015
    • ISBN-13 / EAN: 9780123504012

    PREFACE

    More than a decade has passed since “The Physiology of Fishes” was
    published under the editorship of M. E. Brown. During this period, an
    increasing number of physiologists and biochemists have chosen to work
    on fishes. These investigators have opened up many additional areas of
    research, have developed new concepts to explain previously conflicting
    phenomena, and, at the same time, have raised many engaging questions
    which will only be answered by further study. It is possible that some of
    the impetus for this burst of activity can be attributed to “The Physiology
    of Fishes.”
    “Fish Physiology,” a six-volume treatise, attempts to review recent
    advances in selected areas of fish physiology, to relate these advances to
    the existing body of earlier literature, and to delineate useful areas for
    further study. It is published with the hope that it will serve biologists
    of the 1970’s as “The Physiology of Fishes” served its readers throughout
    the 1960’s. Margaret Brown (Varley) found it impossible to undertake
    the editorial work associated with the production of this treatise, and,
    therefore, we agreed to assume the task.
    The increase in the number of volumes from the two of “The Physiology
    of Fishes” is not only a reflection of the rapid increase of interest in
    this group of animals but of their physiological diversity as well. Since the
    term “fishes” includes the Agnatha, Chondrichthyes, Actinopterygii, and
    Choanichthyes, the treatise deals with physiological mechanisms whose
    vertebrate phylogeny covers an expanse of 500 million years. It considers
    adaptive processes associated with successful living in a full range of
    aquatic habitats extending from the tropics to the frigid zones; it also
    describes primitive air-breathing systems of great diversity, the physiology
    of most of the vertebrate organ systems, and numerous curious
    devices for protection and communication. While discussing these many
    functional processes, the authors have referred to a wealth of comparative
    material so that the treatise has become more than an account of
    the physiology of fishes; it contains many fundamental concepts and
    principles important in the broad field of comparative animal physiology.
    It is our hope that “Fish Physiology” will prove as valuable in fisheries
    research laboratories as in university reference libraries and that it will
    be a rich source of detailed information for the comparative physiologist
    and the zoologist as well as the specialist in fish physiology.
    Taxonomists may quarrel with the lack of uniformity in the scientific
    terminology used throughout the treatise. We have bowed to the author’s
    choice in all cases and have not attempted to impose any particular
    classification. This decision was made after lengthy discussion and consultation
    with taxonomists who felt that all groups and species could be
    readily identified in standard reference books; this seems to be the
    essential requirement for the physiologist.
    Volume I deals with water and electrolyte balance, excretion, and
    some aspects of metabolism. Succeeding volumes will consider the endocrine
    system, reproduction, development, luminescence, chromatophores
    and venoms, the circulatory and respiratory systems, the nervous system
    and the sense organs, several aspects of fish behavior, and special adaptations
    to environmental change.


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    Fish Physiology,
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    Bioenergetics and Growth
    by: William Stewart Hoar


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