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Gravity and the behavior of unicellular organisms

Author: Donat-Peter Häder; Ruth Hemmersbach; Michael Lebert
Publisher: New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2005.
Series: Developmental and cell biology series, 40.
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"This book reveals how single cells achieve the same sensoric capacity as multicellular organisms, such as plants or animals. It reviews the field, discussing the historical background, ecological significance, and related physiology of unicellular organisms, as well as various experimental techniques and models with which to study them. Those working on the biology of unicellular organisms - as well as in related  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Donat-Peter Häder; Ruth Hemmersbach; Michael Lebert
ISBN: 9780521845250 0521820529 0521845254 9780521820523 0511511388 9780511511387
OCLC Number: 123222457
Description: xiv, 258 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Methods in gravitational biology --
Image analysis --
Ciliates --
Flagellates --
Other organisms --
Responses to other stimuli --
Energetics --
Models for Graviperception --
Evolutionary aspects of gravisensing : from bacteria to men --
Perspectives.
Series Title: Developmental and cell biology series, 40.
Responsibility: Donat-Peter Häder, Ruth Hemmersbach, Michael Lebert.
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Comprehensive overview of sensory perception and effects in unicellular organanisms for biologists and space scientists.  Read more...

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