Physiology and form of fish circulation

@article{Rankin2004PhysiologyAF,
  title={Physiology and form of fish circulation},
  author={Johanna C. Rankin},
  journal={Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries},
  year={2004},
  volume={2},
  pages={345-347}
}
that there are not more of the colour drawings by D.P. Voorvelt, which are excellent. The few photographs, however, are disappointing. Finally, the inside covers are illustrated with useful maps of the subject area to assist the reader in finding locations referred to in the text. One unavoidable drawback of including this wealth of detail is the size of the book: 462 pages of A4 size in hardback, weighing in at 2.4kg, means that this is not really suitable as a guide book for taking into the… CONTINUE READING
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