The Food Resources of Man (Cambridge Social Biology Topics) download epub
by David J. R. Millerchip
Start by marking The Food Resources of Man as Want to Read . Published September 30th 2009 by Cambridge University Press (first published February 23rd 1984).
Start by marking The Food Resources of Man as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This book, first published in 1984, opens with a consideration of crops in general and goes on to examine specific crops such as wheat, rye and barley. The author then considers various types of farming, using settled agriculture, crop rotation and intensive systems as his examples.
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This series of A-level social biology topic books responds to the changing demands of social biology syllabuses, with each text dealing with a particular area of interest
This series of A-level social biology topic books responds to the changing demands of social biology syllabuses, with each text dealing with a particular area of interest. Although the series is primarily intended for students of A-level social biology, the books will appeal to students studying a wide range of biological subjects at A-level. Environmental Concerns covers topics common to several A-level human and social biology syllabuses. It is particularly relevant to the human ecology and conservation options
All bovine chromosomes, including the sex chromosomes were represented in the panel. Computerised analysis of syntenies indicated that there are no cell lines containing only a single bovine chromosome. The panel was used to map 10 new bovine microsatellite markers, and the MYL6 and CPE genes.
A branch of biology that deals with social behavior, it also draws from .
A branch of biology that deals with social behavior, it also draws from ethology, anthropology, evolution, zoology, archaeology, population genetics, and other disciplines. Within the study of human societies, sociobiology is very closely allied to the fields of Darwinian anthropology, human behavioral ecology and evolutionary psychology. Sociobiology investigates social behaviors, such as mating patterns, territorial fights, pack hunting, and the hive society of social insects. When altruists lavish their resources on non-altruists at the expense of their own kind, the altruists tend to die out and the others tend to grow.
Sociobiology is a field of biology that aims to examine and explain social behavior in terms of evolution. It draws from disciplines including psychology, ethology, anthropology, evolution, zoology, archaeology, and population genetics. Within the study of human societies, sociobiology is closely allied to Darwinian anthropology, human behavioral ecology and evolutionary psychology.
Subcategory: Science & Mathematics
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (December 1, 1988)
Pages: 84 pages