New Pelvic Thrusts In A Fishy World?

New Pelvic Thrusts In A Fishy World?

by Robin and the Honey Badger
New Pelvic Thrusts In A Fishy World?

New Pelvic Thrusts In A Fishy World?

by Robin and the Honey Badger

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Overview

Join us as we compare a wide range of bony fishes with respect to a body part that is among the least free-swimming in humans: the pelvis. While fishes are surprisingly consistent in also possessing a pelvis, they take a surprisingly slippery approach to where this should be located – in some cases sliding it as far forward as the lower jaw.


Product Details

BN ID: 2940045039345
Publisher: Robin and the Honey Badger
Publication date: 10/21/2012
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: eBook
File size: 359 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

RobinFar from being a mere featherhead, Robin is a mainstream scientist operating at the centre of current environmental concerns. His work has three main components: primary academic research, environmental consulting, and entrepreneurship. He has authored more than 50 peer-reviewed scientific papers and book chapters in the fields of ecology and soil science. Robin’s light and curious mind achieves an avian mobility among the many fields of biological knowledge, making surprising connections and delighting in new perspectives.The Honey BadgerRestlessly digging beneath the surface, the Honey Badger is in constant search for the honey of a more fulfilling biology that mines the common ground of apparently separate fields of academia. Performing research on several continents and across a broad spectrum of organisms from microbes to megaherbivores, the Honey Badger is the primary author of 35 peer-reviewed scientific papers and book chapters in zoology, botany, biogeography, and nutrition. An ecological theorist whose emphasis is on intercontinental comparison and original synthesis and integration, the Honey Badger has also published semi-popular articles on various biological topics in several wildlife magazines.
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