Portada Marshall, A. Swinton; Robert W. Storer; D. Serventy; Ruth Bellairs; Mary E. Rawles; C.
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Jenkin; Andrew J. Berger; J. Riomons; G.
Salt; Erki Zeuthen; Donald S. Please note, these are large, heavy books and depending where in the world you are, chances are the shipping will be higher than normal. Both books are matching in blue cloth decorated in red and gilt on the spine; headband; illustrated with black and white photographs and line drawings. Both dustjackets have some wear on the corners with a few small nicks and chips around the edges; previous owner's name on the front free endpaper of both volumes same owner.
Marshall; The Origin of Birds by W. Rawles; The Skeleton of Birds by A. Bellairs and C. Jenkin; The Musculature by Andrew J. Simons; The Respiratory System by G. Portmann; Sensory Organs: Equilibration by A. Portmann; Sensory Organs: Vision by R. The Retina III. Color Vision IV.
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Nocturnality V. Accommodation VI. Size References Chapter XV. Sensory Organs: Hearing I. Structure of the Ear III. The Thyroid IV. The Adrenal Glands V.
The Parathyroid Glands VI. Sex and Secondary Sexual Characters I. Reproduction I. The Testis IV. The Ovary V. Energy Metabolism and Ambient Temperature V. Thermoregulation VIII. Body Temperature IX. Flight I. Aerodynamics of Flight II. Gliding Flight III. Flapping Flight IV. Wing Shape V. Stability and Control VI. Breeding Seasons and Migration I.
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External Regulation of Breeding IV. Long-Distance Orientation I. Homing Orientation V.
Nocturnal Orientation VI. Behavior I. Bird Populations I.
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