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Laboratory Exercises in Zoology

Book1971

Authors:

H.S. Luker and A.J. Luker

Laboratory Exercises in Zoology

Book1971

 

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    PART A - Physical and Chemical Investigations

    Pages 1-34

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    PART B - Enzymes

    Pages 35-47

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    PART C - Microscopical Preparations

    Pages 48-62

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    PART D - Methods of Management and Culture of some Animals in the Laboratory

    Pages 63-99

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    PART E - Genetics

    Pages 100-128

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    PART F - Nutrition

    Pages 129-150

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    PART G - Respiration

    Pages 151-158

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    PART H - Circulation. The Structure and the Properties of Blood

    Pages 159-181

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    PART I - Locomotion

    Pages 182-205

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    PART J - Excretion

    Pages 206-213

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    PART K - Response to Environmental Stimuli

    Pages 214-225

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    PART L - Growth. Development. Regeneration

    Pages 226-243

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    APPENDIX 1 - FURTHER READING AND VISUAL AIDS

    Pages 244-245

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    APPENDIX 2

    Page 246

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    APPENDIX 3

    Pages 247-250

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    INDEX

    Pages 251-255

About the book

Description

Laboratory Exercises in Zoology serves as a teaching aid for students studying for Advanced level Zoology or Biology. This book provides exercises concerned mainly with physiology and some dissection techniques. Organized into 12 parts, this book begins with an overview of diffusion of molecules or ions from a region of high concentration to a region of relatively low concentration. This text then discusses the breakdown of complex molecules, which is achieved by a series of hydrolyses catalyzed by the digestive enzymes produced by the glandular cells of the digestive system. Other chapters consider the various stages involved in making permanent stained preparations. This book discusses as well the requirements for animals in the laboratory. The final chapter deals with the rate of growth of an organism. This book is a valuable resource for students studying zoology and biology. Teachers and biology laboratory technicians will also find this book extremely useful.

Laboratory Exercises in Zoology serves as a teaching aid for students studying for Advanced level Zoology or Biology. This book provides exercises concerned mainly with physiology and some dissection techniques. Organized into 12 parts, this book begins with an overview of diffusion of molecules or ions from a region of high concentration to a region of relatively low concentration. This text then discusses the breakdown of complex molecules, which is achieved by a series of hydrolyses catalyzed by the digestive enzymes produced by the glandular cells of the digestive system. Other chapters consider the various stages involved in making permanent stained preparations. This book discusses as well the requirements for animals in the laboratory. The final chapter deals with the rate of growth of an organism. This book is a valuable resource for students studying zoology and biology. Teachers and biology laboratory technicians will also find this book extremely useful.

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ISBN

978-0-408-57850-9

Language

English

Published

1971

Copyright

Copyright © 1971 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

Imprint

Butterworth-Heinemann

Authors

H.S. Luker

A.J. Luker

Head of the Biology Department, The Lakes School, Windermere