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African Mole-Rats: Ecology and Eusociality - Nigel C. Bennett
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[EAN: 9780521018654], Neubuch, [PU: Cambridge University Press], NIGEL C. BENNETT,CHRIS G. FAULKES,JENNIFER JARVIS,ANIMAL CARE AND PETS,BIOLOGY,MAMMALS,ANIMAL BEHAVIOR COMMUNICATIO,ZOOLOGY, Paperback. 288 pages. Dimensions: 9.1in. x 6.1in. x 0.9in.African mole-rats are a unique taxon of subterranean rodents that range in sociality from solitary-dwelling species to two eusocial species, the Damaraland mole-rat and the naked mole-rat. The naked mole-rat is arguably the closest that a mammal comes to behaving like social insects such as bees and termites, with large colonies and a behavioral and reproductive division of labor. As a family, the Bathyergidae represent a model system with which to study the evolution and maintenance of highly social cooperative breeding strategies. In this book, Nigel Bennett and Chris Faulkes provide a synthesis of the current knowledge of bathyergid systematics, ecology, reproductive biology, behavior, and genetics. They explore the role of these factors in the evolution of sociality in the Bathyergidae in the context of both vertebrates and invertebrates. This volume will be an important new resource for anyone interested in the evolution of sociality, specifically in mole-rats. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN.

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African Mole-Rats: Ecology and Eusociality - N.C. Bennett, C.G. Faulkes, Jennifer Jarvis
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African Mole-Rats: Ecology and Eusociality - Paperback

2000, ISBN: 052101865X

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[EAN: 9780521018654], Neubuch, [PU: Cambridge University Press], Science|Life Sciences|Ecology, Science|Life Sciences|Zoology|General, BRAND NEW PRINT ON DEMAND., African Mole-Rats: Ecology and Eusociality, N.C. Bennett, C.G. Faulkes, Jennifer Jarvis, African mole-rats are a unique taxon of subterranean rodents that range in sociality from solitary-dwelling species through to two 'eusocial' species, the Damaraland Mole-Rat and the Naked Mole-Rat. The Naked Mole-Rat is arguably the closest that a mammal comes to behaving like social insects such as bees and termites, with large colonies and a behavioural and reproductive division of labour. As a family, the Bathyergidae represent a model system with which to study the evolution and maintenance of highly social cooperative breeding strategies. In this book, first published in 2000, Nigel Bennett and Chris Faulkes provide a synthesis of the knowledge of bathyergid systematics, ecology, reproductive biology, behaviour and genetics. With this, they explore the role of these factors in the evolution of sociality in the Bathyergidae in the context of both vertebrates and invertebrates. This will be an important new resource for anyone interested in the evolution of sociality, and in mole-rats in particular.

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African Mole-Rats: Ecology and Eusociality - Nigel C. Bennett, Chris G. Faulkes
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African mole-rats are a unique taxon of subterranean rodents that range in sociality from solitary-dwelling species to two eusocial species, the Damaraland mole-rat and the naked mole-rat. The naked mole-rat is arguably the closest that a mammal comes to behaving like social insects such as bees and termites, with large colonies and a behavioral and reproductive division of labor. As a family, the Bathyergidae represent a model system with which to study the evolution and maintenance of highly social cooperative breeding strategies. In this book, Nigel Bennett and Chris Faulkes provide a synthesis of the current knowledge of bathyergid systematics, ecology, reproductive biology, behavior, and genetics. They explore the role of these factors in the evolution of sociality in the Bathyergidae in the context of both vertebrates and invertebrates. This volume will be an important new resource for anyone interested in the evolution of sociality, specifically in mole-rats. Nigel C. Bennett, Chris G. Faulkes, Books, Science and Nature, African Mole-Rats: Ecology and Eusociality Books>Science and Nature, Cambridge University Press

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR], African mole-rats are a unique taxon of subterranean rodents that range in sociality from solitary-dwelling species to two "eusocial" species, the Damaraland mole-rat and the naked mole-rat. The naked mole-rat is arguably the closest that a mammal comes to behaving like social insects such as bees and termites, with large colonies and a behavioral and reproductive division of labor. As a family, the Bathyergidae represent a model system with which to study the evolution and maintenance of highly social cooperative breeding strategies. In this book, Nigel Bennett and Chris Faulkes provide a synthesis of the current knowledge of bathyergid systematics, ecology, reproductive biology, behavior, and genetics. They explore the role of these factors in the evolution of sociality in the Bathyergidae in the context of both vertebrates and invertebrates. This volume will be an important new resource for anyone interested in the evolution of sociality, specifically in mole-rats. 287 p. - 48 line diagrams 20 half-tones 28 tables Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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