Fish Ecophysiology

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Chapman & Hall, 1993 - Nature - 421 pages
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Not a proceedings from the fish physiology conference held in Odense, Denmark in August 1991, but 15 invited chapters from some of the speakers, describing how the physiology of fishes is affected by and regulated in response to environmental changes--educating and informing those wishing to gain an insight into fish physiology as well as providing new research information for those already familiar with the field. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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feed intake and energy partitioning
Biochemical correlates of growth rate in fish
Growth reproduction and death in lampreys and eels

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