Physiology of Cephalopod Molluscs: Lifestyle and Performance Adaptations
Hans O. Pörtner, Ron K. O'Dor, David L. Macmillan
Gordon and Breach, 1994 - Science - 214 pages
This book examines the characteristics in cephalopods that raise their lifestyle and performance, despite their basic molluscan physiology and biochemical design, to levels similar to those found in vertebrates. It also studies the means by which these higher levels are achieved.
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