Book Review: Invertebrate vision
THIS splendid and authoritative series has so far been mainly on vertebrates except where invertebrates illustrate primary processes such as transduction, which was extensively reviewed in Vol. VII, Parts 1 and 2. Comparative studies of photoreceptors by authors who work on insects fill Part 6A but still hardly touch the diversity on invertebrate vision. Final coverage cannot be reviewed because two more sections of Vol. VII, Part 6 are expected.
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