BIOS Instant Notes in Animal Biology
By Richard Jurd
Taylor & Francis – 2003 – 312 pages
Series: Instant Notes
Instant Notes in Animal Biology, 2/e is a student-friendly compendium of the essentials of animal biology. In four well-organised sections, the book reviews the Animal Kingdom, phylum by phylum; covers key co-ordinating principles; describes aspects of comparative physiology; and reviews reproductive physiology and developmental biology from birth through ageing. The new edition has been reviewed and updated and remains a concise, comprehensive overview of the field designed to provide accessible information in a format which is ideal for both ease of learning and rapid revision.
B. Animal structure, development and relationships.
C. Comparative animal physiology.
D. Reproduction and development.