- 0 Ergebnisse
Kleinster Preis: € 50,00, größter Preis: € 118,87, Mittelwert: € 84,50
1
Bestellen
bei AbeBooks.de
€ 118,87
Versand: € 5,981
Bestellen
gesponserter Link
Kristen J. Navara:

Choosing Sexes: Mechanisms and Adaptive Patterns of Sex Allocation in Vertebrates (Paperback) - Taschenbuch

2019, ISBN: 3319890573

[EAN: 9783319890579], Neubuch, [PU: Springer International Publishing AG, Switzerland], Language: English. Brand new Book. There is extensive evidence that vertebrates of all classes have… Mehr…

NEW BOOK. Versandkosten: EUR 5.98 The Book Depository EURO, London, United Kingdom [60485773] [Rating: 2 (von 5)]
2
Choosing Sexes - Kristen J. Navara
Bestellen
bei AbeBooks.de
€ 72,64
Versand: € 0,001
Bestellen
gesponserter Link

Kristen J. Navara:

Choosing Sexes - Taschenbuch

2019, ISBN: 3319890573

[EAN: 9783319890579], Neubuch, [PU: Springer International Publishing], SEX ALLOCATION CHANGING BEHAVIOUR TEMPERATURE-DEPENDENT DETERMINATION ADAPTIVE ZOOLOGIE UND TIERWISSENSCHAFTEN ANIM… Mehr…

NEW BOOK. Versandkosten:Versandkostenfrei. (EUR 0.00) moluna, Greven, Germany [73551232] [Rating: 5 (von 5)]
3
Choosing Sexes. Mechanisms and Adaptive Patterns of Sex Allocation in Vertebrates. - Navara, Kristen J.
Bestellen
bei ZVAB.com
€ 50,00
Versand: € 3,001
Bestellen
gesponserter Link
Navara, Kristen J.:
Choosing Sexes. Mechanisms and Adaptive Patterns of Sex Allocation in Vertebrates. - Taschenbuch

2018

ISBN: 3319890573

[EAN: 9783319890579], [SC: 3.0], [PU: Cham, Springer.], XII, 240 p. Softcover. Versand aus Deutschland / We dispatch from Germany via Air Mail. Einband bestoßen, daher Mängelexemplar gest… Mehr…

Versandkosten: EUR 3.00 Antiquariat im Hufelandhaus GmbH, Berlin, Germany [2726420] [Rating: 4 (von 5)]
4
Bestellen
bei AbeBooks.de
€ 91,59
Versand: € 11,951
Bestellen
gesponserter Link
Navara, Kristen J.:
Choosing Sexes: Mechanisms and Adaptive Patterns of Sex Allocation in Vertebrates (Fascinating Life Sciences) - Taschenbuch

2019, ISBN: 3319890573

[EAN: 9783319890579], Neubuch, [PU: Springer], reprint edition. 240 pages. 9.25x6.10x0.55 inches. In Stock., Books

NEW BOOK. Versandkosten: EUR 11.95 Revaluation Books, Exeter, United Kingdom [2134736] [Rating: 4 (von 5)]
5
Bestellen
bei Biblio.co.uk
$ 101,44
(ca. € 89,39)
Versand: € 12,201
Bestellen
gesponserter Link
Navara, Kristen J.:
Choosing Sexes: Mechanisms and Adaptive Patterns of Sex Allocation in Vertebrates (Fascinating Life Sciences) - Taschenbuch

2019, ISBN: 9783319890579

Springer, 2019. Paperback. New. reprint edition. 240 pages. 9.25x6.10x0.55 inches., Springer, 2019, 6

Versandkosten: EUR 12.20 Revaluation Books

1Da einige Plattformen keine Versandkonditionen übermitteln und diese vom Lieferland, dem Einkaufspreis, dem Gewicht und der Größe des Artikels, einer möglichen Mitgliedschaft der Plattform, einer direkten Lieferung durch die Plattform oder über einen Drittanbieter (Marketplace), etc. abhängig sein können, ist es möglich, dass die von eurobuch angegebenen Versandkosten nicht mit denen der anbietenden Plattform übereinstimmen.
Details zum Buch

Detailangaben zum Buch - Choosing Sexes


EAN (ISBN-13): 9783319890579
ISBN (ISBN-10): 3319890573
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2019
Herausgeber: Springer International Publishing

Buch in der Datenbank seit 2019-07-02T22:42:07+02:00 (Berlin)
Detailseite zuletzt geändert am 2022-01-25T03:06:26+01:00 (Berlin)
ISBN/EAN: 9783319890579

ISBN - alternative Schreibweisen:
3-319-89057-3, 978-3-319-89057-9


Daten vom Verlag:

Autor/in: Kristen J. Navara
Titel: Fascinating Life Sciences; Choosing Sexes - Mechanisms and Adaptive Patterns of Sex Allocation in Vertebrates
Verlag: Springer; Springer International Publishing
240 Seiten
Erscheinungsjahr: 2019-06-04
Cham; CH
Gedruckt / Hergestellt in Niederlande.
Gewicht: 0,527 kg
Sprache: Englisch
82,38 € (DE)
84,69 € (AT)
91,00 CHF (CH)
POD
XII, 240 p. 71 illus., 61 illus. in color.

BC; Previously published in hardcover; Hardcover, Softcover / Biologie/Zoologie; Zoologie und Tierwissenschaften; Verstehen; Sex allocation; Sex changing behaviour; Temperature-dependent sex determination; Sex determination; Adaptive sex allocation; B; Animal Physiology; Animal Genetics and Genomics; Developmental Biology; Behavioral Sciences; Animal Physiology; Genetics and Genomics; Developmental Biology and Stem Cells; Behavioral Neuroscience; Biomedical and Life Sciences; Genetik (nicht-medizinisch); Entwicklungsbiologie; Neurowissenschaften; BB

There is extensive evidence that vertebrates of all classes have the ability to control the sexes of the offspring they produce. Despite dramatic differences in the mechanisms by which different taxa determine the initial sex of offspring, each group has found its own way of adjusting offspring sex ratios in response to social and environmental cues.  For example, stress is a well-known modulator of offspring sex in members of all groups studied to date. Food availability, and limitation in particular, is another common cue that stimulates biases in offspring sex ratios in a wide variety of species. Offspring sex can be adjusted at the primary level, which occurs prior to conception, or at the secondary level, during embryonic development. While the mechanistic pathways that ultimately result in sex ratio biases and the developmental time-points sensitive to those mechanisms likely differ among taxa, the key involvement of steroid hormones in the process of sex ratio adjustment appears to be pervasive throughout.

This book reviews the systems of sex determination at play in different vertebrate groups, summarizes the evidence that members of all vertebrate taxa can facultatively adjust offspring sex, and discusses when and how these adjustments can take place.

Introduction to Vertebrate Sex Ratio Adjustment.- It’s a boy! Evidence for sex ratio adjustment in humans.- Facultative sex ratio adjustment in non-human mammals.- Potential mechanisms of sex ratio adjustment in humans and non-human mammals.- The bees do it, but what about the birds?- Evidence for sex ratio adjustment in birds.- Potential mechanisms of sex ratio adjustment in birds.- Hormones Rule the Roost: Hormonal influences on sex ratio adjustment in birds and mammals.- What went wrong at Jurassic Park? Modes of sex determination and adaptive sex allocation in reptiles.- The truth about Nemo’s Dad: Sex-changing behaviors in fishes.- Mechanisms of environmental sex determination in fish, amphibians, and reptiles.

Athens, Georgia, USA

B.S. Biology, The Pennsylvania State University 

Sex ratio manipulation and ovarian follicular dynamics in female birds, Mechanistic bases of yolk androgen deposition, links between maternal immunity and the manipulation of offspring phenotype

Kristen J. Navara Education Research Interests

Summarizes the latest studies on sex determination in vertebrates

Maximizes readers insights into how animals and humans can adjust the sexes of offspring

Illustrates the detailed mechanisms of how sex adjustment can be achieved


Summarizes the latest studies on sexdetermination in vertebrates Maximizes readers insights into how animals and humans can adjust the sexes of offspringIllustrates the detailed mechanisms how the sex adjustment can be achieved

Weitere, andere Bücher, die diesem Buch sehr ähnlich sein könnten:

Neuestes ähnliches Buch:
9783319712697 Choosing Sexes (Kristen J. Navara)


< zum Archiv...