3 edition of Responses of fish to environmental changes. found in the catalog.
Responses of fish to environmental changes.
|Statement||Edited by Walter Chavin.|
|Contributions||Chavin, Walter, ed., United States-Japan Cooperative Science Program.|
|LC Classifications||QL639.1 .R47|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 459 p.|
|Number of Pages||459|
|LC Control Number||72093206|
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Reaction norms and acclimation. Phenotypic responses (e.g. growth rate, timing of reproduction) to environmental conditions, especially temperature, are routinely plastic in nature, but genetic variability differentiates the plastic response among families within populations, among populations and between species (e.g.
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