Journals Higher Education

£210.00

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Published: 21 March 2019

792 Pages

248x171mm

ISBN: 9780190456757


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The Oxford Handbook of Invertebrate Neurobiology

Edited by John H. Byrne

Oxford Handbooks

  • Chapters that review social behavior and intentionality in invertebrates
  • Reviews the neurobiological principles that have emerged from invertebrate analyses, such as mechanisms of synaptic transmission, learning and memory, and general features of the neurobiology of invertebrate circadian rhythms, development, regeneration and reproduction
  • Chapters on swimming in annelids, crustaea and molluscs as well as locomotion in hexapods
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