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Synopsis: Master the study of fishes with BOND'S BIOLOGY OF FISHES! Providing an excellent background for the study of more advanced works on fishes, this fish biology text gives you a clear and concise introduction to the study of fishes and provides you with tools that you need to succeed.
About the Author: As a professor at Centre College since 1979, Michael Barton has extensive teaching experience and his research expertise lies in the ecology and physiology of marine and freshwater fishes. He received his PhD in Fisheries and Wildlife from Oregon State in 1978, and is presently conducting research in the Bahamas.
Title: Bond's Biology of Fishes, 3rd Edition
Publisher: Thomson Brooks
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