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Prof. John D. Altringham

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University of Leeds
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Leeds, West Yorkshire LS2 9JT
United Kingdom

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  • JD Impact of PIT
  • JD Myotis alcathoe
  • JD Identification of bat species
  • JD Genetic structure
  • JD Fast muscle function
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  • JD Isometric
  • JD Scaling effects
  • JD Tuning
  • JD Myotomal muscle function
  • JD EVOLUTIONARY ADAPTATION OF MUSCLE POWER OUTPUT
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1997. BOOK REVIEWS . BATS. Vol 15, No 2:17.
www.batcon.org, 1 Oct 1997 [cached]
By John D. Altringham
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In his new book, Bats: Biology and Behaviour, Dr. John D. Altringham skillfully summarizes many of the most fascinating traits of bats, at the same time providing exceptional lessons in mammalian adaptation, co-evolution, and systematics.Drawing from 445 references, the book's eight chapters cover bat evolution, flight, echolocation, torpor and hibernation, reproduction and development, behavior, community ecology, and conservation.The information is accurately annotated with line drawings and illustrations, compiled in such a way that scientists, students, wildlife professionals, or bat enthusiasts will find it to be not only interesting reading but an invaluable reference.This book is an excellent investment for any natural history library.
Altringham, a longtime BCI member, holds a senior academic post studying comparative physiology at the University of Leeds in England.His extensive studies of bats include ecology, behavior, and the biomechanics of locomotion.
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Prof John Altringham (Professor of Biomechanics) Animal mechanics. The biology and conservation of bats
Biology: books tagged “biology†(29/83) @ BookFinder.com
www.bookfinder.com, 11 April 2009 [cached]
by John Altringham, Tom McOwat, Lucy Hammond
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