Comparative Physiology and Evolution of Vision in Invertebrates: B: Invertebrate Visual Centers and Behavior I

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Morphology and physiology are two fields which cannot be separated. This statement needs to be amplified: purely factual results of a morphological or physiological nature only have real value when they are gained in the context of certain guiding, embracing questions. By themselves they are mostly of little value, because only a guiding hypothesis or theory is of any importance. Equally, a physiological question will always raise questions as to the morphological substrate, and vice versa. Thus, Wiedemann's discovery, for ...

Comparative Physiology and Evolution of Vision in Invertebrates: B: Invertebrate Visual Centers and Behavior I 2012, Springer

ISBN-13: 9783642669095

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