Best Reference Books – Comparative Endocrinology

We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Comparative Endocrinology subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Comparative Endocrinology along with reviews.

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1. “Comparative Endocrinology of Prolactin (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology)” by Horst-Dieter Dellmann

“Comparative Endocrinology of Prolactin (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology)” Book Review: This book mainly constitutes reviews of studies in the laboratory of C.W. Turner. It also includes some of the results obtained on the research done.

2. “Comparative Endocrinology” by Aubrey Gorbman and Walton W Dickoff

“Comparative Endocrinology” Book Review: The book is focused to cater to the needs of undergraduate students. It provides a comparative approach to vertebrate endocrinology. This book is not only limited to mammals but also includes all vertebrate groups. The book topics start from endocrine systems, environmental and hormonal changes. The complexity of topics increases subsequently with every chapter. Every topic is accompanied with diagrams to make understand better.

3. “Computational Intelligence Techniques for Comparative Genomics” by Naresh Babu Muppalaneni and Vinit Kumar Gunjan

“Computational Intelligence Techniques for Comparative Genomics” Book Review: This book basically provides information and techniques. This book is useful to professionals of computer science, engineers, doctors and researchers. The book consists of various topics like bioinformatics of diabetes, several computational algorithms and various other useful topics.

4. “Advances in Comparative and Environmental Physiology” by G F Ball and J Balthazart

“Advances in Comparative and Environmental Physiology” Book Review: This book will be helpful to biochemists, biologists and physiologists. It helps in keeping track of huge literature of each field. It provides comprehensive, integrated reviews and good provocative summaries.

5. “Comparative Endocrinology of the Invertebrates (Contemporary Biology)” by K C Highnam and Leonard Hill
6. “The Comparative Physiology of the Pancreatic Islets (Zoophysiology)” by August Epple and Jack E Brinn

“The Comparative Physiology of the Pancreatic Islets (Zoophysiology)” Book Review: The book presents monographs of pancreatic islets. The book is designed as a digest. It is very comprehensive and easy to understand quickly.

7. “Comparative Endocrinology and Reproduction” by K P Joy and A Krishna

“Comparative Endocrinology and Reproduction” Book Review: The book focuses on enrichment of knowledge on endocrinology and reproduction. It is for students, teachers and research associated with study of endocrinology and reproduction. This book mainly contains recent and latest information on fundamentals topics of the subject. It comprises nearly 35 chapters.

8. “Calcium Metabolism: Comparative Endocrinology” by J Danks

“Calcium Metabolism: Comparative Endocrinology” Book Review: This book mainly consists of the proceedings of the 2nd international satellite symposium. Which was held in conjunction with a joint meeting of American society for bone mineral research.

9. “Environmnetal and Comparative Endocrinology” by Madhu Thapliyal and Ashish Thapliyal
10. “General And Comparative Endocrinology” by John B. Allard, Cunming Duan

“General And Comparative Endocrinology” Book Review: This book focuses on various convolutions of vertebrate and invertebrate endocrine systems. It also includes analysis of cellular, sub molecular and molecular.

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