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Functional Adaptations of Marine Organisms

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by F. John Vernberg
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Functional Adaptations of Marine Organisms by F. John Vernberg

Functional Adaptations of Marine Organisms gives an insight into the functional adaptations of marine organisms to natural and man-made sets of environmental factors.
The book presents discussions on marine habitats; physiology of marine primary producers and decomposers; and functional adaptations of animals in relation to each major ecological divisions of the sea.
The book will be of value to marine biologists, biologists, botanists, and students.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 360
Size: 45.4 MB
Publisher: Academic Press
Date published:   2013
ISBN: 9781483266541 (DRM-PDF)

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