Sensing in Nature by Wolfgang Schumann (auth.), Carlos López-Larrea PhD (eds.)

By Wolfgang Schumann (auth.), Carlos López-Larrea PhD (eds.)

Biological platforms are an rising self-discipline that could supply integrative instruments via assembling the hierarchy of interactions between genes, proteins and molecular networks all for sensory structures. the purpose of this quantity is to supply an image, as whole as attainable, of the present country of data of sensory platforms in nature. The presentation during this booklet lies on the intersection of evolutionary biology, mobilephone and molecular biology, body structure and genetics. Sensing in Nature is written by way of a exceptional panel of experts and is meant to be learn by means of biologists, scholars, clinical investigators and the clinical community.

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