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Hardcover. Scored and creased jacket, with worn edges, leading corners and spine ends. Item is cocked. Spine ends of hardcover are bumped. Ex-library, with stamps on page block and remnants of tape on pastedowns. Library lending history, labels and stamps on FEP; further library markings on colophon and two or three pages within (never obscuring text). Faint tanned patches on half-title page. All content is clear. TS. Buchnummer des Verkäufers
Innumerable clinical problems have as their basis some derangement in oxygen-dependent metabolism. To explore mechanisms of adjusting to oxygen limitation, Living without Oxygen presents a bestiary of exotic anaerobes that illuminate elements of metabolic biochemistry only dimly seen in studies using standard experimental animals. With their exaggerated anaerobic capabilities, Hochachka's diving mammals, airbreathing fishes, and hypoxia-adapted lower vertebrates allow a detailed assessment of what can and what cannot be adjusted in the process of extending hypoxia tolerance. The book places the enzymatic and biochemical machinery firmly in the biological context and assumes only a modest familiarity with bioenergetics and metabolic biochemistry. The author's clear prose should make this technical presentation pleasantly unintimidating for any physiologist, biochemist, or clinical investigator. The insights of his unique approach make Living without Oxygen essential reading.
Über den Autor: Peter W. Hochachka is Professor of Zoology, University of British Columbia
Titel: Living Without Oxygen: Closed and Open ...
Verlag: Harvard University Press
Buchbeschreibung Cambridge Harvard University Press, 1980. Large-8vo. 9 pp., 2 leaves, 181 pp. with numerous text-figures. Orig.-cloth with gilt spine title in orig. dust jacket. Peter Hochachka (1937 - 2002) taught at the University of British Columbia in the Department of Zoology. Much of his work revolved around how humans adapt to low oxygen environments. Artikel-Nr. 1303268