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  • Anatomy of Dolphins: Insights into Body Structure and Function

Anatomy of Dolphins: Insights into Body Structure and Function

  • 48.00€

Tags: Marine mammals, Delphinid species, Anatomy and morphology, Comparative anatomy, Body systems, Evolutionary biology, Marine biology.

Anatomy of Dolphins: Insights into Body Structure and Function is a precise, detailed, fully illustrated, descriptive, and functiopnally oriented text on the anatomy and morphology of dolphins.. It focuses on a number of delphinid species, with focus on dolphin-like genera, such as the harbor porpoise. It also serves as a useful complement for expanding trends and emphases in molecular biology and genetics. The authors share their life-long expertise on marine mammals in various disciplines.​​​​​​​ Many color figures, which use the authors’ access to wide collections of unique dolphin and whale material, round out this exceptional offering to the field. 444 p.



Basic Sciences/Anatomy/Physiology


Authors expertises affiliations

  • Bruno Cozzi. DVM, PhD; Professor of Veterinary Anatomy, specialized in comparative neuroendocrinology and neuroanatomy of large domestic herbivores and marine mammals; and Founder of the Mediterranean Marine Mammal Tissue Bank. Department of Comparative Biomedicine and Food Science, University of Padova, Padova (Italy).
  • Stefan Huggenberger. Diploma in Biology, specialized in harbor porpoise population, PhD in Biology. His current scientific projects focus on the neuroanatomy and physiology of the auditory system in amphibians, rodents, and toothed whales. Department II of Anatomy, University of Cologne, Cologne (Germany).
  • Helmut Oelschläger. Senior lecturer, senior scientist, and professor in human anatomy. His scientific topics: the terminal nerve, magnetic orientation in mammals, the structure of the mammalian head and nervous system, with a focus on the comparative neurobiology and the evolution of whales and dolphins. Institute of Anatomy III, Johan Wolfgang Goethe University, Frankfurt (Germany).

  • Publication date (electronic format): 2017-01.

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