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A Guide to Fresh-Water Invertebrates. Authors: Mellanby, Helen. by Professor L. E. Eastham Formerly Professor of Zoology in the University of Sheffield Most books are written with the intention of supplying some particular need, but few end with such single purpose. Mrs. Mellanby's is no exception, for while the author planned this work to serve as a guide to the school pupil, which function it fulfils in an admirable way, it will also prove of value to the teacher, the university student and the amateur naturalist.

Paperback, 308 pages. Published November 27th 1975 by Springer.

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Animal Life in Fresh Water Helen Mellanby Springer 9780412213601 : Mrs. Mellanby& is no exception, for while the author planned this work to serve as a guide to the school pupil, which functi. 1975 Язык: ENG Размер: 1. 4 x 1. 5 x . 3 cm Основная тема: Life Sciences Подзаголовок: A Guide to Fresh-Water Invertebrates Рейтинг: Поставляется из: Германии Описание: Mrs. Mellanby& is no exception, for while the author planned this work to serve as a guide to the school pupil, which function it fulfils in an admirable way, it will also prove of value to the teacher, the university student and the amateur naturalist.

Skadar lake, the largest freshwater reservoir on the Balkan Peninsula, has been exposed to intensive eutrophication process, over last . Animal life in fresh water :a guide to fresh-water invertebrates.

Skadar lake, the largest freshwater reservoir on the Balkan Peninsula, has been exposed to intensive eutrophication process, over last decades. Skadar lake was firstly found as oligotrophic (Nedeljkovic, 1959), then as mesotrophic during seventies (Petkovic, 1971; Ocevski, 1983) and finally as meso-eutrophic in 2005 (Rakocevic, 2005). Structure of freshwater snail communities: species-area relationships and incidence categories. January 1987 · American Malacological Bulletin.

a guide to freshwater invertebrates. Fresh-water fauna, Freshwater animals, Great Britain, Invertebrates. Published 1975 by Chapman and Hall in London.

by Professor L. E. Eastham Formerly Professor of Zoology in the University of Sheffield Most books are written with the intention of supplying some particular need, but few end with such single purpose. Mrs. Mellanby's is no exception, for while the author planned this work to serve as a guide to the school pupil, which function it fulfils in an admirable way, it will also prove of value to the teacher, the university student and the amateur naturalist. While it may be argued that it is not the function of the Uni­ versities to teach Natural History in the commonly accepted sense, it will always be the aim of Zoologists to know more about animals, what they are and do, where they live and why they live in particular environments. It is unfortunate, in view of the fact that the majority of students of Zoology enter the teaching pro­ fession, that the increasing load of instruction in morphology, physiology, cytology, genetics, evolution and the like frequently makes a personal study of animal life in relation to environment almost impossible. The fortunate ones visit the sea for a fort­ night's course in Marine Ecology; the others take posts in schools without even this respite and set about converting their academic learning to a school curriculum. The result is an undesirable and often slavish imitation of university method in the school class­ room.
Animal Life in Fresh Water: A Guide to Fresh-Water Invertebrates (Science Paperbacks ; 120) download epub
Biological Sciences
Author: Helen Mellanby
ISBN: 0412213605
Category: Science & Math
Subcategory: Biological Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; 1963 edition (November 27, 1975)
Pages: 308 pages