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Record #41341:

An analysis of Gloger's rule / Raymond J. Hock.

Title: An analysis of Gloger's rule / Raymond J. Hock.
Author(s): Hock, Raymond J.
Date: 1965.
Language: Norwegian.
In: Hvalrådets Skrifter. (1965.), Vol. 48 (1965)
Abstract: Gloger's Rule states that homoiotherms living in northern areas tend to be white or light in colour, so that they radiate less heat to environment, especially to white snow. In special issue titled Essays in marine physiology.
Notes:

Hvalrådets Skrifter. Vol. 48 :214-226 (1965).

Keywords: 612 -- Physiology.
612.53 -- Thermoregulation.
612.59 -- Physiological effects of climatic extremes.
H1 -- Zoology: general.
SPRI record no.: 41341

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