The first comprehensive overview of comparative physiology of crustaceans in two decades, bringing crustacean biology up to the 21st century.
Yale University Library
Contents; Chapter 1. Endocrinology of Molting; Simon G. Webster; Chapter 2. Endocrinology of Metabolism and Water Balance - Crustacean Hyperglycemic Hormone; Simon G. Webster; Chapter 3. Adaptive Color Change and the Molecular Endocrinology of Pigment Translocation in Crustacean Chromatophores; John Campbell McNamara and Sarah Ribeiro Milograna; Chapter 4. Muscle Structure, Fiber Types, and Physiology; Scott Medler and Donald L. Mykles; Chapter 5. Skeletal Muscle Differentiation, Growth, and Plasticity; Donald L. Mykles and Scott Medler; Chapter 6. Regeneration in Crustaceans; Penny M. Hopkins and Sunetra Das; Chapter 7. Circulatory Physiology; Ian J. McGaw and Carl L. Reiber; Chapter 8. Osmoregulation and Excretion; Jehan Herve Lignot and Guy Charmantier; Chapter 9. Nutrition and Digestion; Reinhard Saborowski; Chapter 10. Responses to Environmental Stresses: Oxygen, Temperature and pH; Nia M. Whiteley and Edwin W. Taylor; Chapter 11. Oxygen Transport Proteins in Crustacea: Hemocyanin and Hemoglobin; Nora B. Terwilliger; Chapter 12. Energetics and Metabolic Regulation; Ana Gabriela Jimenez and Stephen T. Kinsey; Chapter 13. Crustacean Genomics and Functional Genomic Responses to Environmental Stress and Infection; Jonathon H. Stillman and David A. Hurt; Chapter 14. Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals; Peter L. deFur and Laura E. Williams; Chapter 15. Some Physiological Responses of Crustaceans to Toxicants; Judith S. Weis