Thermoregulation: Physiology and Biochemistry, Volume 1
E. Schönbaum, Peter Lomax
Pergamon Press, 1990 - Medical - 506 pages
Presents a general survey of the biology, physiology, and biochemistry of thermoregulation in homeotherms ("warm blooded" animals and man).
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THE EVOLUTION OF CONCEPTS
THE MEASUREMENT OF TEMPERATURE
CHRONOBIOLOGY AND THERMOREGULATION
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