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Development and Environment

  • Warren Burggren
  • Benjamin Dubansky

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
  2. Warren Burggren, Benjamin Dubansky
    Pages 1-5
  3. Plasticity in Developmental and Evolutionary Time and Space

  4. Contemporary Experimental Approaches

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 177-177
    2. Andrew J. Esbaugh, Alexis Khursigara, Jacob Johansen
      Pages 203-234
    3. Phillip M. Mach, Guido F. Verbeck
      Pages 285-301
    4. Linda M. Hooper-Bùi, Brian Matherne, George Washburn
      Pages 303-316
  5. Environmental Effects and Experimental Outcomes

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 317-317
    2. Graciel Diamante, Daniel Schlenk
      Pages 319-353
    3. Elias M. Oziolor, Cole W. Matson
      Pages 355-375
    4. Michael A. Sackville, Colin J. Brauner
      Pages 377-400
  6. The Human Component

  7. Back Matter
    Pages 459-467

About this book

Introduction

Rather than a loosely connected list of facts/topics, this book addresses virtually every field that involves the use of developing animals in environmental science. In doing so, it will help define the scientific collective within these fields to both those readers who are "outside" of a particular field (students and professionals alike) and those who work within said field, where multiple iterations of the same job description exist.  Both the content and choice of authors fully support this goal, as the editors and contributing authors represent contemporary thought and experimentation in their respective fields – ranging from developmental physiology through environmental toxicology to medicine.  As such, this work will appeal to a broad audience, including any scientist or trainee interested in the nexus of environment, development and physiology.

Keywords

animal models developmental physiology environmental stressors environmental toxicology epigenetics

Editors and affiliations

  • Warren Burggren
    • 1
  • Benjamin Dubansky
    • 2
  1. 1.University of North Texas, Department of Biological SciencesDentonUSA
  2. 2.University of North Texas, Department of Biological SciencesDentonUSA

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