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Exploring Animal Behavior in Laboratory and Field is designed to provide a variety of exercises that engage students actively in all phases of scientific investigation, from formulating research questions through interpreting and presenting final results.
An investigation of the evolution of backboned animals (vertebrates), now appearing in its fourth edition. Traces the history of each major vertebrate group from its origin to its extinction or the emergence of the next, more advanced group.
Topics discussed include gastropods as paleoenvironmental indicators; diversity in the growth patterns of marine gastropods; the molecular structure of the snail PCTS influencing their habitat; European terrestrial gastropod distribution; and, diversity and gastropodochory studies.