Hi physiological ecology folks,
About 2 years ago I had an idiodic idea that there was a real need for a
comparative animal physiology textbook that approached the subject the way
most of us do nowadays....with an evolutionary and ecological perspective. As
it turns out, I wasn't alone.... I have recently begun work on a
collaborative animal physiology textbook which will incorporate newer
comparative views and methodologies.
I have two questions for those who are currently teaching comparative animal
physiology or physiological ecology :
1. What are the strengths and weaknesses of the textbook that you are using
2. What topics would you like to see incorporated into a new textbook?
William A. Schew
UCLA Medical Center
wschew at ucla.edu