Rhythms in Fishes

  • M. A. Ali

Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSA, volume 236)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-viii
  2. M. A. Ali
    Pages 1-5
  3. M. A. Ali, Thierry Boujard, Menno P. Gerkema
    Pages 7-10
  4. Pierre Legendre, Pierre Dutilleul
    Pages 11-25
  5. David L. G. Noakes
    Pages 39-50
  6. Robert C. Peters, Robert J. Veeneklaas
    Pages 51-61
  7. John F. Leatherland, Karen J. Farbridge, Thierry Boujard
    Pages 83-107
  8. Richard E. Spieler
    Pages 137-147
  9. Andreas Zachmann, M. Ather Ali, Jacky Falcón
    Pages 149-165
  10. Jacky Falcón, Christelle Thibault, Valerie Begay, Andreas Zachmann, Jean-Pierre Collin
    Pages 167-198
  11. William A. Gern, Shelley S. Greenhouse, Jeanne M. Nervina, Paul J. Gasser
    Pages 199-218
  12. William A. Gern, Jacky Falcón, Hilmar Meissl, M. A. Ali
    Pages 219-222
  13. H.-J. Wagner, M. Kirsch, R. H. Douglas
    Pages 255-291
  14. Bo I. Holmqvist, Thomas Östholm, Peter Ekström
    Pages 293-318
  15. M. A. Ali, R. N. Gibson, J. F. Leatherland, E. Morgan, R. C. Peters
    Pages 319-324
  16. Back Matter
    Pages 325-348

About this book


Tush, my good lord, this superficial tale Is but a preface of her worthy praise; King Henry the Sixth: Part I, Act V, Sc. 5 This volume is the direct result of a NATO. Advanced Study Institute (ASI) of the same title, held at Bishop's University, Lennoxville, Quebec, Canada in August 1991. All the major presentations had been commissioned, so to speak, during the organisational phase. This was done with the view of not only having a structured ASI, whIch is expected to be a high-level tutorial activity, but also the ensuing volume. As will be indicated in the general introduction, there have been a couple of meetings and publications dealing with rhythms in fishes in the past twenty years. However, as in other disciplines, there has been substantial progress in this field also. Further, I wished to cover almost all aspects and come out with a volme which will be as complete as possible. Of course, this failed to materialise. In spite of starting the arrangements two years before the event, several lecturers were not able to attend due to a number of reasons. Some could be replaced while others could not Taking into account their individual specialties, I asked about twenty active workers in the field to provide provoking overviews, not simply reviews of their own work. Also, this being a NATO.


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  • M. A. Ali
    • 1
  1. 1.University of MontrealMontrealCanada

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