In the preceding chapters, responses of animals to single environmental stresses have been discussed. Obviously animals in the real world (as opposed to the experimental laboratory) may be simultaneously exposed to several stresses. In this final chapter, an attempt is made to draw together the common features of responses, and to consider how they may have evolved.
KeywordsBehavioural Reaction Behavioural Thermoregulation Shell Valve Pineal Body Escape Reaction
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