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Hormones in fish.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 1. Academic Press, London 1960.

Cyclical activity in endocrine systems.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 2. Academic Press, London 1960.

Sensory specialization in response to environmental demands.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 3. Academic Press, London 1960.

Tuberculosis in animals.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 4. Academic Press, London 1961.

Vertebrate locomotion.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 5. Academic Press, London 1961.

Aspects of disease transmission by ticks.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 6. Academic Press, London 1962.

Biological acoustics.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 7. Academic Press, London 1962.

Evolutionary aspects of animal communication / Imprinting and early learning.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 8. Academic Press, London 1962.

Comparative aspects of neurophysiological morphology and function.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 9. Academic Press, London 1963.

The primates.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 10. Editors: John Napier & N.A. Barnicot. Academic Press, London 1963. (Reprint 1969.)

The Proceedings of the Symposium held on 12th and 14th April, 1962, at the offices of The Zoological Society of London.

  • Napier, John & N.A. Barnicot: Introduction. S. IX-XI.
  • Hall, K.R.L.: Variations in the ecology of the Chacma baboon, Papio ursinus. S. 1-28. Tafeln 1-2.
  • Osborn, Rosalie M.: Observations on the behaviour of the Mountain gorilla. S. 29-37.
  • Goodall, Jane: Feeding behaviour of wild Chimpanzees. A preliminary report. S. 39-47. Tafel 1.
  • Dart, Raymond A.: The carnivorous propensity of baboons. S. 49-56. Tafeln 1-2.
  • Osman Hill, W.C.: The Ufiti: The present position. S. 57-59.
  • Kortlandt, A[driaan] & M. Kooij: Protohominid behaviour in primates (preliminary communication). S. 61-88. Tafeln 1-3.
  • Andrew, R.J.: Trends apparent in the evolution of vocalization in the Old world monkeys and apes. S. 89-101. Tafeln 1-2.
  • Hooff, J.A.R.A.M. van: Facial expressions in higher primates. S. 103-104. Tafeln 1-2.
  • Cole, J.: Macaca nemestrina studied in captivity. S. 105-114. Tafeln 1-2.
  • Vevers, [Henry] G[wynne]: Use of a tool by a captive Capuchin monkey (Cebus apella). S. 115-117. Tafel 1.
  • Zuckerman, Solly: Concluding remarks. S. 119-123.
  • Scott, James: Factors determining skull form in primates. S. 127-134. Tafeln 1-2.
  • Erikson, G.E.: Brachiation in New world monkeys and in Anthropoid apes. S. 135-164. Tafeln 1-3.
  • Oxnard, C.E.: Locomotor adaptations in the primate forelimb. S. 165-182.
  • Napier, John: Brachiation and brachiators. (with a comment by E.H. Ashton) S. 183-195.
  • Trevor, J.C.: The history of the word "brachiator" and a problem of authorship in primate nomenclature. S. 197-198.
  • Schultz, Adolph H.: The relative length of the foot skeleton and its main parts in primates. S. 199-206.
  • Young, J.Z.: Concluding remarks. S. 207-208.
  • Hamerton, John.L.: Primate chromosomes. S. 211-219. Tafeln 1-3.
  • Franks, David: The blood groups of primates. S. 221-250. Tafel 1.
  • Beckman, Lars: Serum protein variations in primates. S. 251-261.
  • Moor-Jankowski, J.: Immune hetero- and iso-antigenic systems in sera of primates.. S. 263-266. Tafel 1.
  • Tappen, Neil C.: Genetics and systematics in the study of primate evolution. S. 267-176.
  • Chiarelli, A.B.: Observations on P.T.C.-tasting and on hybridization in primates. S. 277-279.
  • Barnicot, N.A.: The genetical study of primates. S. 281-283.
  • Penrose, L.S.: Concluding remarks. S. 285.
  • Appendix: I. Film studies of primate behaviour. {S. 287]
  • Appendix: II. Contributors. [S. 288-289]

Cardiovascular anatomy and pathology.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 11. Academic Press, London.

The mammalian epidermis and its derivatives.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 12. Academic Press, London 1964.

The biology of survival.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 13. Editor: O.G. Edholm. Academic Press, London 1964. (Reprint 1969.)

The Proceedings of a Symposium held on 7th and 8th May, 1963, at the offices of The Zoological Society of London.

  • Edholm, O.G.: Introduction. S. VII-VIII.

Survival in environmental extremes. (1) Effects of heat and cold on survival

  • Irving, Laurence: Maintenance of warmth in arctic animals. S. 1-14.
  • Carlson, Loren D. & Arnold C.L. Hsieh: Effects of cold an man. (Abstract.) S. 15.
  • Wright, P.G.: Wild animals in the tropics. S. 17-28.
  • Cloudsley-Thompson, J.L.: Wild animals in arid zones. S. 29-43.
  • Fox, R.H.: The biology of human survival. (Abstract.) S. 45.

Survival in environmental extremes. (2) Effects of barometric pressure on survival

  • Pugh, L.G.C.E.: Effects of high altitudes on man. (Abstract.) S. 47.
  • Morrison, Peter: Wild animals at high altitudes. S. 49-55.
  • Taylor, H.J.: The effects of high barometric pressure on man. (Abstract.) S. 57.
  • Harrison, R.J. & J.D.W. Tomlinson: Observations on diving seals and certain other mammals. S. 59-68.
  • General discussion. S. 69.

The ecology of survival. (1) Activity patterns and survival

  • Frazer,J.F.D.: Seasonal rhythms and survival. S. 71-77.
  • Aschoff, Jürgen: Survival value of diurnal rhythms. S. 79-98.
  • Morris, Desmond: The response of animals to a restricted environment. S. 99-118.
  • General discussion. S. 118-120.

The ecology of survival. (2) Survival in domestication and captivity

  • Lane-Petter, W.: Population factors in survival. S. 121-128.
  • Lang, E[rnst] M[ichael]: Survival in zoos. S. 129-132.
  • General discussion. S. 132-133.

Biology of survival

  • [Twisleton-Wykeham-]Fiennes, R[ichard] N[athaniel]: Biology of survival. Résumé of remarks made at the symposium. S. 133-136.

Social organization of animal communities.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 14. Editor: P[eggy] E[dith] Ellis. Academic Press, London 1965. (Reprint 1969.)

The Proceedings of a Symposium held on 26th and 27th November, 1963, at the offices of The Zoological Society of London.

  • Ellis, P[eggy] E[dith]: Introduction. S. IV.
  • Kalmus, H[ans]: Origins and general features. S. 1-12.
  • Brian, M[ichael] V.: Caste differentation in social insects. S. 13-38.
  • Free, J[ohn] B[rand]: The allocation of duties among worker honeybees. S. 39-59.
  • Spradbery, John Philip: The social organization of wasp communities. S. 61-96, Tafel I.
  • Wallis, D.I.: Division of labour in ant colonies. S. 97-112.
  • Harris, W[illiam] V[ictor] & W[illiam] A[lexander] Sands: The social organization of termite colonies. S. 113-131.
  • Allen, M. Delia: The role of the queen and males in the social organization of insect communities. S. 133-157.
  • Ribbands, C[harles] R[obert]: The role of recognition of comrades in the defence of social insect communities. S. 159-168.
  • Richards, O[wain] W[estmacott]: Concluding remarks on the social organization of insect communities. S. 169-172.
  • Wynne-Edwards, V[ero] C[opner]: Social organization as a population regulator. S. 173-178.
  • Cullen, J[ohn] M[ichael]: The social organization of fish communities. S. 179-180.
  • Crook, John Hurrell: The adaptive significance of avian social organizations. S. 181-218.
  • Wood-Gush, D[avid] G[rainger] M[arcus]: The social organization of domestic bird communities. S. 219-231.
  • Barnett, S[amuel] A[nthony] & C.S. Evans: Questions on the social dynamics of rodents. S. 233-248, Tafel I-II.
  • Leyhausen, Paul: The communal organization of solitary mammals. S. 249-263.
  • Hall, K[enneth] R[obert] L[ambert]: Social organization of the old-world monkeys and apes. S. 265-289.
  • Hediger, H[eini]: Man as a social partner of animals and vice-versa. S. 291-300.
  • Ambrose, J[ohn] Anthony: The study of human social organization: a review of current concepts and approaches. S. 301-314.

Comparative biology of reproduction in mammals.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 15. Editor: I.W. Rowlands. Academic Press, London 1966.

The cnidaria and their evolution.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 16. Academic Press, London 1966.

Some recent developments in comparative medicine.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 17. Academic Press, London 1966.

Play, exploration and territory in mammals.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 18. Academic Press, London 1966.

Aspects of marine zoology.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 19. Editor: N.B. Marshall. Academic Press, London 1967.

Echinoderm biology.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 20. Editor: Norman Millott. Academic Press, London 1967.

The Proceedings of a Symposium held at The Zoological Society of London on 25 and 26 May 1966.

  • Millott, N[orman]: Foreword. S. IX-X.
  • Buchanan, John B.: Dispersion and demography of some infaunal echinoderm populations. S. 1-11.
  • Chaet, Alfred B.: Gamete release and the shedding substance of dea-stars. S. 13-24.
  • Cobb, J.L.S. & M.S. Laverack: Neuromuscular systems in echinoderms. S. 25-51.
  • Millott, N[orman]: The axial organ of echinoids. Re-interpretation of its structure and function. S. 53-63.
  • Vevers, H[enry] G[wynne]: The histochemistry of the echinoid axial organ. S. 65-74.
  • Woodley, J.D.: Problems in the ophiuroid water-vascular system. S. 75-104.
  • Paul, C.R.C.: The functional morphology and mode of life of the cystoid Pleurocystites, E. Billings, 1854. S. 105-123.
  • Heddle, Duncan: Versatility of movement and the origin of the asteroids. S. 125-141.
  • Clark, Ailsa M.: Variable symmetry in fissiparous asterozoa. S. 143-157.
  • Wright, C.W.: Evolution and classification of asterozoa. S. 159-162.
  • Jefferies, R.P.S.: Some fossil chordates with echinoderm affinities. S. 163-208.
  • Nichols, David: The origin of echinoderms. S. 209-229.

Comparative nutrition of wild animals.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 21. Editor: M.A. Crawford. Academic Press, London 1968

The Proceedings of a Symposium held at The Zoological Society of London on 10 and 11 November 1966.

  • Wackernagel, H[ans]: Substituton and prefabricated diets for zoo animals. S. 1-12.
  • Short, J.D.: Experience with cubed diets for laboratory primates. S. 13-20.
  • Scott, Patricia P.: The special features of nutrition of cats, with observations on wild Felidae nutrition in the London Zoo. S. 21-36.
  • Discussion. S. 37-39.
  • Abrams, J.T.: Fundamental approach to the nutrition of the captive wild herbivore. S. 41-62.
  • Bilby, Lorette W.: A pilot scheme to investigate the diets of some of the mammals at the London Zoo. I. Primate diets. S. 63-75.
  • Bilby, Lorette W.: A pilot scheme to investigate the diets of some of the mammals at the London Zoo. II. Ungulates. S. 77-87.
  • Nordan, H.C., Cowan, I.McT. & A.J. Wood: Nutritional requirements and growth of Black-tailed deer, Odocoileus hemionus, in captivity. S. 89-96.
  • Discussion. S. 97-100.
  • Maloiy, G[eoffrey] M[oriaso] O[le], Kay, R.N.B. & E.D.Goodall: Studies on the physiology of digestion and metabolism of the red deer (Cervus elaphus). S. 101-108.
  • Gaare, Eldar: A preliminary report on winter nutrition of wild Reindeer in the southern Scandes, Norway. S. 109-115.
  • Steen, Eliel: Some aspects of the nutrition of semi-domestic Reindeer. S. 117-128.
  • Discussion. S. 129-133.
  • Field, C.R.: A comparative study of the food habits of some wild ungulates in the Queen Elisabeth National Park, Uganda. Preliminary report. S. 135-151.
  • Rogerson, A.: Energy utilization by the Eland and Wildebeest. S. 153-161.
  • Lough, A.K. & G.A. Garton: Digestion and metabolism of feed lipids in ruminants and non-ruminants. S. 163-173.
  • Discussion. S. 175-178.
  • Hofmann, R[einhold] R[udolf]: Comparisons of the rumen and omasum structure in East African game ruminants in relation to their feeding habits. S. 179-194.
  • Taylor, Charles R.: The minimum water requirements of some East African bovids. S. 195-206.
  • Moss, Robert: Food selection and nutrition in Ptarmigan (Lagopus mutus). S. 207-216.
  • Discussion. S. 217-221.
  • Boulay, G.H. du & M.A. Crawford: Nutritional bone disease in captive primates. S. 223-236.
  • Hime, J.M.: Some aspects of nutritional bone disease in the domestic dog. A short review. S. 237-245.
  • Discussion. S. 247-249.
  • Sikes, Sylvia K.: Observations on the ecology of arterial disease in the African elephant (Loxodonta africana) in Kenya and Uganda. S. 251-273.
  • Sinclair, H.M.: Nutrition and atherosclerosis. S. 275-288.
  • Ledger, H.P.: Body composition as a basis for a comparative study of some East African mammals. S. 289-310.
  • Boyd, J. Morton: Experimental management of wildlife in the Scottish Highlands and Islands. S. 311-318.
  • Laws, R[ichard] M[aitland] & I.S.C. Parker: Recent studies on elephant populations in East Africa. S. 319-359.
  • Discussion. S. 361-365.
  • Crawford, M.A., Patterson, J.M. & Lynne Yardley: Nitrogen utilization by the Cape buffalo (Syncerus caffer) and other large mammals. S. 367-379.
  • Discussion. S. 381-383.
  • Bertram, C.K. Ricardo & G.C.L. Bertram: The sirenia as aquatic meat-producing herbivores. S. 385-391.
  • Discussion. S. 393-394.
  • Treus, V. & D. Kravchenko: Methods of rearing and economic utilization of Eland in the Askaniya-Nova Zoological Park. S. 395-411.
  • Discussion. S. 413-415.

Studies in the structure, physiology and ecology of molluscs.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 22. Editor: Vera Fretter. Academic Press, London 1968.

The Proceedings of a Symposium held at The Zoological Society of London on 8 and 9 March 1967.

  • Fretter, Vera: Foreword. S. IX.
  • Newman, G., Kerkut, G.A. & R.J. Walker: The structure of the brain of Helix aspersa electron microscope localization of cholinesterase and amines. S. 1-17.
  • Sedden, C.B., Walker, R.J. & G.A. Kerkut: The localization of dopamine and 5-hydroxytryptamine in neurons of Helix aspersa. S. 19-32.
  • Walker, R.J., Hedges, A. & G.N. Woodruff: The pharmacology of the neurones of Helix aspersa. S. 33-74.
  • Abolinš-Krogis, Anna: Shell regeneration in Helix pomatia with special reference to the elementary calcifying particles. S. 75-92.
  • Digby, Peter S.B.: The mechanism of calcification in the molluscan shell. S. 93-107.
  • Kay, E. Alison: A review of the bivalved gastropods and a discussion of evolution within the Sacoglossa. S. 109-134.
  • Swedmark, Bertil: The biology of interstitial Mollusca. S. 135-149.
  • Hurst, Anne: The feeding mechanism and behaviour of the opisthobranch Melibe leonina. S. 151-166.
  • Trueman, E.R.: The burrowing activities of bivalves. S. 167-186.
  • Potts, W.T.W.: Aspects of excretion in the molluscs. S. 187-192.
  • Nisbet, R.H. & Jenifer M. Plummer: The fine structure of cardiac and other molluscan muscle. S. 193-211.
  • Joosse, J., Boer, Maria H. & C.J. Cornelisse: Gametogenesis and oviposition in Lymnaea stagnalis as influenced by γ-irradiation and hunger. S. 213-235.
  • Boer, H.H., Douma, Elisabeth & Jenneke M.A. Koksma: Electron microscope study of neurosecretory cells and neurohaemal organs in the pond snail Lymnaea stagnalis. S. 237-256.
  • Vlieger, T.A. de: Spontaneous activity and tactile pathways in the central nervous system of Lymnaea stagnalis. S. 257-258.
  • Lever, J. & R. Thijssen: Sorting phenomena during the transport of shell valves on sandy beaches studied with the use of artificial valves. S. 259-271.
  • Kerney, M.P.: Britain's fauna of land Mollusca and its relation to the post-glacial thermal optimum. S. 273-291.
  • Evans, J.G.: Changes in the composition of land molluscan populations in North Wiltshire during the last 5000 years. S. 293-317.
  • Peake, John F.: Habitat distribution of Solomon Island land Mollusca. S. 319-346.

Invertebrate receptors.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 23. Academic Press, London 1968.

Disease in free-living wild animals.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 24. Editor: A[rchibald] McDiarmid. Academic Press, London 1969.

The Proceedings of a Symposium held at The Zoological Society of London on 9 and 10 May, 1968.

  • McDiarmid, A[rchibald]: Foreword. S. XI-XIII.
  • Zuckerman, S[olly]: Introduction. S. XV-XVI.


  • Henderson, W.M.: Chairman's introduction. S. 1.
  • Brooksby, J.B.: Wild animals and the epizootiology of foot-and mouth disease. S. 1-11.
  • Simpson, D.I.H.: Arboviruses and free-living wild animals. S. 13-28.
  • Vizoso, A.D.: A Red squirrel disease. S. 29-38.
  • Carbery, J.T.: Ulcerative dermal necrosis of salmonids in Ireland. S. 39-49.
  • Henderson, W.M.: Chairman's summing-up. S. 49.


  • Oakley, C.L.: Chairman's introduction. S. 51.
  • Taylor, Joan: Salmonella in wild animals. S. 51-73.
  • Twigg, G.I., Cuerden, C.M. & D.M. Hughes: Leptospirosis in British wild mammals. S. 75-98.
  • McCaughey, W.J.: Brucellosis in wildlife. S. 99-105.
  • Mair, N.S.: Pseudotuberculosis in free-living wild animals. S. 107-117.
  • Rankin, J. Deans & A[rchibald] McDiarmid: Mycobacterial infections in free-living wild animals. S. 119-131.
  • Oakley, C.L.: Chairman's summing-up. S. 131.


  • Garnham, P.C.C.: Chairman's introduction. S. 133.
  • Wells, E.A. & W.H.R. Lumsden: Trypanosome infections of wild mammals in relation to trypanosome disease of man and his domestic stock. S. 133-145.
  • Baker, J.R.: Trypanosomes of wild mammals in the neighbourhood of the Serengeti National Park. S. 147-158.
  • Barnett, S.F & D.W. Brocklesby: Some piroplasma of wild mammals. S. 159-176.
  • Herman, Carlton M.: Blood protozoa of free-living birds. S. 177-195.
  • Garnham, P.C.C.: Chairman's summing-up. S. 195.

Ectoparasites, Endoparasites and Mycoses

  • Sellers, K.C.: Chairman's introduction. S. 197.
  • Blackmore, D.K & D.G. Owen: Ectoparasites: the significance in British wild rodents. S. 197-220.
  • Dunn, Angus M.: The wild ruminant as a reservoir host of helminth infection. S. 221-248.
  • Austwick, Peter K.C.: Mycotic infections. S. 249-271.
  • Sellers, K.C.: Chairman's summing-up. S. 271.


  • Cotchin, E.: Chairman's introduction. S. 273-274.
  • Jennings, A.R.: Tumours of free-living wild mammals and birds in Great Britain. S. 273-287.
  • Vaughan, Helen E.N. & J.A. Vaughan: Some aspects of the epizootiology of myxomatosis. S. 289-309. [measure of control, virus host relationship, attenuation, resistance; placed in this section for merely organisational reasons]
  • Cotchin, E.: Chairman's summing-up. S. 309.

The biology of the Porifera.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 25. Editor: W[illiam] G. Fry. Academic Press, London 1970. Reprinted (without colour) 1981.

The Proceedings of a Symposium held at The Zoological Society of London on 10 and 11 September, 1968, with additional articles presented during Colloquia held at the British Museum (Natural History) an 12 and 13 September, 1968.

  • Fry, William G.: Introduction (with references, including some not cited elsewhere in the volume). S. XI-XIX.

The Palaeontological Evidence

  • Finks, Robert M.: The evolution and ecologic history of sponges during palaeozoic times. S. 3-22.
  • Ziegler, Bernhard: Phylogenetic relationships of fossil calcisponges. S. 23-40.
  • Zhuravleva, I.T.: Porifera, Sphinctozoa, Archaeocyathi - their connections. S. 41-59. [Инесса Тихоновна Журавлева, Губки, Археоциаты]

Spicules and Evolution

  • Reid, R.E.H.: Tetraxons and demosponge phylogeny. S. 63-89.
  • Clifford Jones, W.: The composition, development, form and orientation of calcareous sponge spicules. S. 91-123.
  • Fjerdingstad, Ejnar J.: Ultrastructure of the spicules of Spongilla lacustris (L.). S. 125-133.
  • Fry, William G.: The sponge as a population: A biometric approach. S. 135-162.
  • Brien, Paul: Les potamolepides Africaines nouvelles du Luapula et du Lac Moero. Polyphylétisme des éponges d'eau douce. S. 163-187.
  • Vacelet, Jean: Les éponges Pharétronides actuelles. S. 189-204.
  • Hartman, Willard D. & Thomas F. Goreau: Jamaican coralline sponges: their morphology, ecology and fossil relatives. S. 205-243.

Ecology and Biogeography

  • Bergquist, Patricia R., Sinclair, Mary E. & Janfrie J. Hogg: Adaptation to intertidal existence: Reproductive cycles and larval behaviour in Demospongiae. S. 247-271.
  • Sarà, Michele: Competition and cooperation in sponge populations. S. 273-284.
  • Koltun, V.M.: Sponges of the Arctic and Antarctic. A faunistic review. S. 285-297. [Владимир Михайлович Колтун, Губки]

Biochemistry and the Cell Surface

  • MacLennan, Alastair P.: Polysaccharides from sponges and their possible significance in cellular aggregation. S. 299-324.
  • Humphreys, Tom: Biochemical analysis of sponge cell aggregation. S. 325-334.
  • Curtis, A.S.G.: Problems and some solutions in the study of cellular aggregation. S. 335-352.

Cells, Integration and Morphogenesis

  • Lévi, Claude: Les cellules des éponges. S. 353-364.
  • Mergner, Hans: Ergebnisse der Entwicklungsphysiologie bei Spongilliden. S. 365-397.
  • Efremova, S.M.: Proliferation activity and synthesis of protein in the cells of fresh-water sponges during development after dissociation. S. 399-413.
  • Rasmont, R.: Some new aspects of the physiology of fresh-water sponges. S. 415-422.
  • Korotkova, G.P.: Regeneration and somatic embryogenesis in sponges. S. 423-436.
  • Tuzet, Odette: La polarité de l'oeuf et la symétrie de la larve des éponges calcaires. S. 437-448.
  • Pavans de Ceccatty, Max, Thiney, Yvette & Robert Garrone: Les bases ultrastructurales des communications intercellulaires dans les oscules de quelques éponges. S. 449-466.
  • Borojević, Radovan: Différenciation cellulaire dans l'embryogenèse et la morphogenèse chez les Spongiaires. S. 467-490.

Variation in mammalian populations.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 26. Editors: R.J Berry & H.N. Southern. Academic Press, London 1970.

The Proceedings of a Symposium held at The Zoological Society of London on 14 and 15 November, 1969.

  • Berry, R.J. & H.N. Southern: Foreword. S. VIII.


  • Berry, R.J.: Covert and overt variation, as exemplified by British mouse populations. S. 3-26. [Apodemus sylvaticus]
  • Mather, Kenneth: The nature and significance of variation in wild populations. S. 27-39.


  • Lush, I.E.: The extent of biochemical variation in mammalian populations. S. 43-71.
  • Selander, Robert K.: Biochemical polymorphism in populations of the House mouse and Old-field mouse. S. 73-91. [Mus musculus, Peromyscus polionotus]
  • Lewis, W.H.P.: Human molecular variation. S. 93-101.

Taxonomy and Phylogeny

  • Corbet, G.B.: Patterns of subspecific variation. S. 105-116. [Erinaceus europaeus, Macroscelididae, Elephantulus rufescens, Rhynchocyon chrsopygus, Rhynchocyon petersi]
  • Dadd, Michael N.: Overlap of variation in British and European mammal populations. S. 117-125.
  • Groves, Colin P.: Taxonomic and individual variation in gibbons. S. 127-134. [Hylobates]
  • Coryndon, S.C.: The extent of variation in fossil Hippopotamus from Africa. S. 135-147.
  • Kowalski, Kazimierz: Variation and speciation in fossil voles. S. 149-161.

Reproductive and Seasonal Variation

  • Lloyd, H.G.: Variation and adaptation in reproductive performance. S. 165-188.
  • Pucek, Zdzisław: Seasonal and age change in shrews as an adaptive process. S. 189-207.

Chromosomal Variation

  • Meylan, André: Chromosomal polymorphism in mammals. S. 211-222.
  • Ford, C.E. & J.L. Hamerton: Chromosome polymorphism in the Common shrew, Sorex araneus. S. 223-236.

Visible Variation

  • Deol, M.S.: The determination and distribution of coat colour variation in the House mouse. S. 239-250.
  • Robinson, Roy: Homologous mutants in mammalian coat colour variation. S. 251-269.
  • Stoddart, D. Michael: Tail tip and other albinism in voles of the genus Arvicola Claépède 1799. S. 271-282.
  • Delany, M.J.: Variation and ecology of island populations of the Long-tailed field mouse (Apodemus sylvaticus (L.)). S. 283-295.

Variation and Ecology

  • Anderson, Paul K.: Ecological structure and gene flow in small mammals. S.299-325.
  • Chitty, D.: Variation and population density. S. 327-333.
  • Rasmussen, David I.: Biochemical polymorphisms and genetic structure in populations of Peromyscus. S. 335-349.
  • Drummond, D.C.: Variation in rodent populations in response to control measures. S. 351-367.


  • Maynard Smith, J[ohn]: The causes of polymorphism. S. 371-383.

The haemostatic mechanism in man and other animals.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 27. Editor: R.G. MacFarlane. Academic Press, London 1970.

Regional variations in Indian Ocean coral reefs.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 28. Editors: Stoddart, D.R. & Sir M. Yonge. Academic Press, London 1971.

Conservation and productivity of natural waters.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 29. Editors: Edwards, R.W. & D.J. Garrod. Academic Press, London 1972.

Diseases of fish.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 30. Academic Press, London 1972.

Comparative physiology of desert animals.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 31. Editor: G[eoffrey] M[oriaso] O[le] Maloiy. Academic Press, London 1972.

The Proceedings of a Symposium held at The Zoological Society of London on 15 and 16 July, 1971.

  • Maloiy, G[eoffrey] M[oriaso] O[le]: Preface. S. IX-X.
  • Barrington, E.J.W.: Foreword. S. XI-XIII.
  • Maloiy, G[eoffrey] M[oriaso] O[le]: Dedication. Knut-Schmidt-Nielsen. S. XXIV-XXV.
  • Schmidt-Nielsen, Knut, Taylor, C. Richard & Amiram Shkolnik: Desert snails: problems of survival. S. 1-13.
  • Shaw, J. & R.H. Stobbart: The water balance and osmoregulatory physiology of the Desert locust (Schistocerca gregaria) and other desert and xeric arthropods. S. 15-38.
  • Cloudsley-Thompson, J.L.: Temperature regulation in desert reptiles. S. 39-59.
  • Templeton, J.R.: Salt and water balance in desert lizards. S. 61-77.
  • Warburg, M.R.: Water economy and thermal balance of Israeli and Australian amphibia from xeric habitats. S. 79-111.
  • Skadhauge, Erik: Salt and water excretion in xerophilic birds. S. 113-131.
  • Dawson, Terence J.: Thermoregulation in Australian desert kangaroos. S. 133-146.
  • MacMillen, Richard E.: Water economy of nocturnal desert rodents. S. 147-174.
  • Borut, A., Horowitz, M. & M. Castel: Blood volume regulation in the Spiny mouse: Capillary permeability changes due to dehydration. S. 175-189.
  • Hudson, J.W., Deavers, D.R. & S.R. Bradley: A comparative study of temperature regulation in ground squirrels with special reference to the desert species. S. 191-213.
  • Taylor, C. Richard: Te Desert gazelle: a paradox resolved. S. 215-227.
  • Shkolnik, A., Borut, A. & J. Choshniak: Water economy of the Beduin goat. S. 229-242.
  • Maloiy, G[eoffrey] M[oriaso] O[le]: Renal salt and water excretion in the Camel (Camelus dromedarius). S. 243-259.
  • Macfarlane, W.V. & Beth Howard: Comparative water and energy economy of wild and domestic mammals. S. 261-296.
  • Louw, Gideon N.: The role of advective fog in the water economy of certain Namib desert animals. S. 297-314.
  • Finch, Virgina A.: Energy exchanges with the environment of two East African antelopes, the Eland and the Hartebeest. S. 315-326.
  • Iggo, A.: Cutaneous thermoreceptors. S. 327-344.
  • Jenkinson, D. McEwan: Evaporative temperature regulation in domestic animals. S. 345-356.
  • Bligh, John: Evaporative heat loss in hot arid environments. S. 357-369.
  • Schmidt-Nielsen, Knut: Recent advances in the comparative physiology of desert animals. S. 371-382.


Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 32. Academic Press, London 1974.

The concepts of human evolution.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 33. Editor: Lord Zuckerman. Academic Press, London 1973.

The biology of hystricomorph rodents.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 34. Editors: Rowlands, I.W. & B.J.Weir. Academic Press, London 1974.

Avian physiology.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 35. Editor: Malcolm Peaker. Academic Press, London 1975.

The Proceedings of a Symposium held at The Zoological Society of London on 22 and 23 November, 1973.

  • Peaker, Malcolm: Preface. S. XI-XII.
  • Hill, K.J. & P.J. Strachan: Recent advances in digestive physiology of the fowl. S. 1-12.
  • Purves, M.J.: The control of the avian cardiovascular system. S. 13-32.
  • Schmidt-Nielson, K[nut]: Recent advances in avian respiration. S. 33-47.
  • Tucker, V.A.: Flight energetics. S. 49-63.
  • Richards, S.A.: Thermal homeostasis in birds. S. 65-96.
  • Skadhauge, E.: Renal and cloacal transport of salt and water. S. 97-106.
  • Peaker, M[alcolm]: Recent advances in the physiology of salt glands. S. 107-127.
  • Ensor, D.M.: Prolactin and adaptation. S. 129-148.
  • Murton, R.K.: Ecological adaptation in avian physiology. S. 149-175.
  • Lofts, B.: Environmental control of reproduction. S. 177-197.
  • Follett, B.K. & D.T. Davies: Photoperiodicity and the neuroendocrine control of reproduction in birds. S. 199-224.
  • Lake, P.E.: Gamete production and the fertile period with particular reference to domesticated birds. S. 225-244.
  • Hinde, R[obert] A[ubrey] & Elizabeth Steel: The dual role of daylight in controlling canary reproduction. S. 245-259.
  • Wood-Gush, D[avid] G[rainger] M[arcus] & A.B. Gilbert: The physiological basis of a behaviour pattern in the domesticated hen. S. 261-276.
  • O'Connor, R.J.: Growth and metabolism in nestling passerines. S. 277-306.
  • Simkiss, K.: Calcium and avian reproduction. S. 307-337.
  • Cooke, A.S.: Pesticides and eggshell formation. S. 339-361.
  • Farner, D.S.: Closing remarks. S. 363-368.


Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 36. Editors: E.J.W. Barrington & R.P.S. Jeffries. Academic Press, London 1975.

Sound reception in mammals.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 37. Academic Press, London 1975.

The biology of cephalopods.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 38. Editors: J.B. Messenger & M. Nixon. Academic Press, London 1977.

Comparative biology of skin.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 39. Academic Press, London 1977.

The Zoological Society of London 1826-1976 and beyond.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 40. Editors: Lord Zuckerman and Staff of the Publications department. Academic Press, London 1976.

The Proceedings of a Symposium held at The Zoological Society of London on 25 and 26 March, 1976.

  • Prince Philip, HRH, Duke of Edinburgh: Foreword. S. IX-XI.
  • Zuckerman, Solly: The Zoological Society of London: Evolution of a constitution. S. 1-16.
  • Fish, R. & I. Montagu: The Zoological Society and the British overseas. S. 17-48.
  • Cave, A.J.E.: The Zoological Society and the Nineteenth century comparative anatomy. S. 49-66.
  • Smith, J.E.: Early invertebrate zoology: Men and their animals. S. 67-83.
  • Greenwood, P[eter] H[umphry]: The Zoological Society and ichthyology, 1826-1930. S. 85-104.
  • Vevers, H[enry] G[wynne]: Management of a public aquarium. S. 105-118.
  • Bellairs, A. d'A. & D.J. Ball: Reptiles. S. 119-132.
  • Olney, P[eter] J.S.: The policy of keeping birds in the Society's collections 1826-1976. S. 133-145.
  • Brambell, M[ichael] & Sue J. Mathews: Primates and carnivores at Regent's Park. S. 147-165.
  • Manton, V[ictor] J.A.: Mammals at Whipsnade. S. 167-178.
  • Toovey, J[ohn] W.: 150 years of building at London Zoo. S. 179-202.
  • Jones, D[avid] M.: The maintenance of animal health in the collections. S. 203-214.
  • Goodwin, L.G.: Research. S. 215-222.
  • Bullough, W.S. & Feona Hamilton: The role of education. S. 223-231.
  • Fish, R.: The library and scientific publications of the Zoological Society of London: part I. S. 233-252.
  • Edwards, Marcia A.: The library and scientific publications of the Zoological Society of London: part II. S. 253-267.
  • Jewell, P.A.: The contributions of the Zoological Society of London to the filed studies and prospects for the future. S. 269-281.
  • Martin, R[obert] D.: A zoologist's view of research on reproduction. S. 283-319.
  • Short, R.V.: The introduction of new species of animals for the purpose of domestication. S. 321-333.
  • Brambell, Michael: An early label found in the Zollogical Gardens, Regent's Park, London. S. 335-336.

Comparative aspects of lactation.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 41. Academic Press, London 1977.


Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 42. Editor: P. Merrett. Academic Press, London 1978.

The Proceedings of a Symposium organized jointly by The Zoological Society of London, the Centre International de Documentation Arachnologique and The british Arachnological Society held at the University of Exeter, England on 27 July to 4 August 1977.

  • Merrett, P.: Preface. S. XI.
  • Levi, H.W.: Orb-webs and phylogeny of orb-weavers. S. 1-15.
  • Robinson, M.H. & Barbara Robinson: The evolution of courtship systems in tropical araneid spiders. S. 17-29.
  • Robinson, Barbara & M.H. Robinson: Developmental studies of Argiope argentata (Fabricius) and Argiope aemula (Walkenaer). S. 31-40.
  • Carrel, J.E.: Behavioral thermoregulation during winter in an orb-weaving spider. S. 41-50.
  • Carico, J.E.: Predatory behavior in Euryopis funebris (Hentz) (Araneae: Theridiidae) and the evolutionary significance of web reduction. S. 51-58.
  • Krafft, B.: The recording of vibratory signals performed by spiders during courtship. S. 59-67.
  • Burgess, J.W.: Social behavior in group-living spider species. S. 69-78.
  • Jackson, R.R.: Male mating strategies of dictynid spiders with differing types of social organization. S. 79-88.
  • Witt, P.N., Scarboro, Mabel B. & D.B. Peakall: Comparative feeding data in three spider species of different sociality: Araneus diadematus Cl., Mallos trivittatus (Banks) and Mallos gregalis (Simon). S. 89-97.
  • Rovner, J.S. : Adhesive hairs in spiders: behavioral functions and hydraulically mediated movement. S. 99-108.
  • Duffey, E.: Ecological strategies in spiders including some characteristics of species in pioneer and mature habitats. S. 109-123.
  • Kajak, Anna: The effect of fertilizers on numbers and biomass of spiders in a meadow. S. 125-129.
  • Peck, W.B. & W.H. Whitcomb: The phenology and populations of ground surface, cursorial spiders in a forest and a pasture in the South Central United States. S. 131-138.
  • Aitchison, C.W.: Spiders active under snow in Southern Canada. S. 139-148.
  • Curtis, D.J.: Community parameters of the ground layer araneid-opilionid taxocene of a Scottish island. S. 149-159.
  • Warburg, M.R. & A. Ben-Horin: Temperature and humidity effects on scorpion distribution in Northern Israel. S. 161-169.
  • Lamoral, B.H.: Soil hardness, an important and limiting factor in burrowing scorpions of the genus Opisthophthalmus C.L. Koch, 1837 (Scorpionidae, Scorpionida). S. 171-181.
  • Greenstone, M.H.: The numerical response to prey availability of Pardosa ramulosa (McCook) (Araneae: Lycosidae) and its relationship to the role of spiders in the balance of nature. S. 183-193.
  • Wingerden, W.K.R.E. van: Population dynamics of Erigone arctica (White) (Araneae, Linyphiidae II. S. 195-202.
  • Schaefer, M[atthias]: Some experiments on the regulation of population density in the spider Floronia bucculenta (Araneida: Linyphiidae). S. 203-210.
  • Riechert, Susan Elise: Energy-based territoriality in populations of the desert spider Agelenopsis aperta (Gertsch). S. 211-222.
  • Workman, C.: Individual energy budget of Trochosa terricola Thorell (Araneae: Lycosidae) under constant and fluctuating temperature conditions. S. 223-233.
  • Kraus, O[tto]: Liphistius and the evolution of spider genitalia. S. 235-254.
  • Lehtinen, P.T.: Definition and limitation of supraspecific taxa in spiders. S. 255-271.
  • Grasshoff, M[anfred]: A model of the evolution of the main chilcerate groups. S. 273-284.
  • Brignoli, P.M.: Some remarks on the relationships between the Haplogynae, the Semientelegynae and the Cribellatae (Araneae). S. 285-292.
  • Todd Davies, Valerie: A new family of spiders (Araneae: Teemenaaridae). S. 293-302.
  • Rambla, Maria: Systematics of laniatorid opiliones. S. 303-307.
  • Mahnert, V[olker]: Die Peudoskorpiongattung Toxochernes Beier, 1932. S. 309-315.
  • Vachon, M. & M. Goyffon: Chimiotaxonomie: Valeur et Limites des Caractères Tirés du Protéinogramme de l'Hémolymphe en gel de Polyacrylamide de différentes Espèces de Scorpions (Arachnides). S. 317-325.
  • Couzijn, H.W.C.: The method of polythetic analysis applied to a source of taxonomic difficulty: the genus Heterometrus H.&E., 1828 (Scorpionidae). S. 327-333.
  • Prószyński, J.: Distributional patterns of the Palaearctic Salticidae (Araneae). S. 335-343.
  • Deltshev, C.: The origin, formation and zoogeography of troglobitic spiders of the Balkan peninsula. S. 345-351.
  • Ribera, C.: Contribution à la Connaissance de la Faune Cavernicole du Nordest de l'Espagne: le Genre Meta. S. 353-358.
  • Emerit, M.: Deux Sous Familles d'Araneidae (les Cyrtarachninae et Mastophorinae) Nouvelles pour Madagascar. A Propos de Prétendues Lacunes Faunistiques de la Région Malgache. S. 359-365.
  • Polenec, A.: Zusammensetzung und Besonderheiten der Epigäischen Spinnenfauna des Seslerio-Ostryetum am Berge Slavnik (1028 m) (Nord-Istrien, Jugoslawien). S. 367-377.
  • Legendre, R.: Quelques Progrès Récents Concernant l'Anatomie des Araignées (Système Nerveux Sympathique et Appareil Digestif). S. 379-388.
  • Heurtault, J.: Système Sympathique, Structures Glandulaires et Neurohémales Prosomatiques chez Phrynus whitei et Damon sp. (Arachnides, Amblypyges). S. 389-397.
  • Muñoz-Cuevas, A.: Différenciation Cellulaire de Système Dioptrique chez Ischyropsalis luteipes (Opiliones, Arachnida). S. 399-405.
  • Juberthie, C. & J.F. Manier: Etude Ultrastructurale Comparée de la Spermiogenèse des Opilions et son Intérêt Phylétique. S. 407-416.
  • Foelix, R[ainer] F. & H. Jung: Some anatomical aspects of Hypochilus thorelliwith special reference to the calamistrum and cribellum. S. 417-422.
  • Whitcomb, W.H.: Lycosid life-history research: a critique. S. 423-427.
  • Hadley, N.F.: Cuticular permeability and lipid composition of the Black widow spider, Latrodectus hesperus. S. 429-438.
  • Barth, F.G.: Slit sense organs: "strain gauges" in the arachnid exoskeleton. S. 439-448.
  • Bohnenberger, J.: The transfer characteristics of a lyriform slit sense organ. S. 449-455.
  • Seyfarth, E[rnst]-A[ugust]: Mechanoreceptors and proprioceptive reflexes: lyriform organs in the spider leg. S. 457-467.
  • Bonaric, J.C.: Action de Traitements Hormonaux sur le Déroulement des Phénomènes de Mue chez l'Araignée Pisaura mirabilis (Cl.) (Araneae: Pisauridae). S. 469-475.
  • Morel, G.: Les Maladies Microbiennes des Arachnides (Acariens Éxceptes). S. 477-481.


  • Vollrath, F[ritz]: Behaviour of two kleptoparastitic species of the genus Argyrodes Simon (Araneae, Theriidae). S. 483.
  • Dijkstra, H.J.: Dynamics of dominance in the Wolf spider Pardosa amentata (Cl.) (Lycosidae, Araneae). S. 483-484.
  • Vlijm, L.: Locomotion in lycosid spiders. S. 484.
  • Edmunds, J.: The web of Paraneus cyrtoscpaus (Pocock, 1899) (Araneae: Araneidae) in Ghana. S. 485.
  • Uetz, G.W., Johnson, A.D. & D.W. Schemske: Web placement, web structure and prey capture in orb-weaving spiders. S. 485-486.
  • Edmunds, M.: On the association between Myrmarachne spp. (Salticidae) and ants. S. 486-487.
  • Wood, P.A. & P.D. Gabbutt: Seasonal vertical distribution of pseudoscorpions in beech litter. S. 487.
  • Snazell, R.G.: Habitat preferences of some spiders on heathland in southern England. S. 488.
  • Hublé, J. & J.-P. Maelfait: Analysis of the spider fauna from a north and south facing slope of a coastal dune (Belgium). S. 489.
  • Ploeg, S.W.F van der: Effects of recreation on the spider fauna of dune grasslands. S. 490.
  • Cloudsley-Thompson, J.L.: Biological clocks in arachnida. S. 490-491.
  • Main, B.Y.: Biology of the arid-adapted Australian Trapdoor spider Anidiops villosus (Rainbow). S. 491-492.
  • Łuczak, J.: The predator-prey system in Araneae. S. 492-493.
  • Rapp, W.F.: Preliminary studies of Tetragnatha as a predator of mosquitoes. S. 494.
  • Post, W.M. & S.E. Riechert: Competition and its effect on community structure in three spider communities. S. 495.
  • Bristowe, W.S.: The primitive Asian liphistiid spiders as a suborder. S. 495-496.
  • Hammen, L. van der: A new classification of the Chelicerata. S. 496-497.
  • Hammen, L. van der: The evolution of the chelicerate life cycle. S. 497-498.
  • Platnick, N.I.: The hypochiloid spiders: a cladistic analysis. S. 498.
  • Helsdingen, P.J. van, Thaler, K. & C. Deltshev: Revision of the Lepthyphantes tenuis group (Linyphiidae). S. 499.
  • Mittal, O.P. & B.L. Bradoo: Two new species of ant-like spiders belonging to the genus Myrmarachne MacLeay (Araneae: Salticidae) from India. S. 500.
  • Patel, B.H.: Revision of Indian filistatid spiders. S. 500-501.
  • Locket, G.H.: The recording of species, subspecies and infraspecies whose status is not yet determined. S. 501.
  • Lourenço, W.R.: Sur le Difficultés Rencontrées dans la Révision du Genre Titys (Scorpiones, Buthidae). S. 502.
  • Ćurčić, B.M.P.: Criteria for determining affinity within groups of genera and gaps between groups of genera in the family Noebisiidae (Pseudoscorpiones). S. 505.
  • Estany, J.: Sur Quelques Pseudoscorpions du Muséum de Zoologie de Barcelone. S. 504.
  • Barrientos, J.A.: Dolomedes et Pisaura à la Région Catalane (Ataneida, Pisauridae). S. 504.
  • Buchar, J.: Structure and changes in the Bohemian spider fauna. S. 505.
  • Merrett, P.: Changes in distribution of British spiders. S. 506.
  • Yaginuma, T.: Some problems in cave spiders. S. 507-509.
  • Serna de Esteban, C.J. de la: Les Glandes Tégumentaires du Métasoma dans Quelqeus Espèces de la Famille Bothriuridae (Arachnida, Scorpionida). S. 509.

Artificial breeding of non-domestic animals.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 43. Editor: P.F. Watson. Academic Press, London 1979.

Fish phenology.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 44. Academic Press, London 1979.

Olfaction in mammals.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 45. Academic Press, London 1980.

Perspectives in primate biology.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 46. Editors: E. Ashton & R. Holmes. Academic Press, London 1981.

Biology of the House mouse.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 47. Editor: R.J. Berry. Academic Press, London 1977.

The Proceedings of a Symposium held at The Zoological Society of London on 22 and 23 November 1979.

  • Davisson, Muriel & T.H. Roderick: Linkage map of the mouse. S. X-XI.
  • Searle, A.G. & C.V. Beechey: Chromosome map of the mouse. S. XII-XIII.
  • Berry, R.J.: Preface. S. XV-XVII.
  • Brothwell, D.: The Pleistocene and Holocene archaeology of the House mouse and related species. S. 1-13.
  • Marshall, J.T.: Taxonomy of the House mouse. S. 15-25.
  • Thaler, L., Bonhomme, F. & J. Britton-Davidian: Processes of speciation and semi-speciation in the House mouse. S. 27-41.
  • Festing, Michael, F.W. & D.P.Lovell: Domestication and development of the mouse as a laboratory animal. S. 43-62.
  • Searle, A.G.: Comparative and historical aspects of the mouse genome. S. 63-84.
  • Thorpe, R.S.: The morphometrics of the mouse: a review. S. 85-125.
  • Evans, E.P.: Karyotype of the House mouse. S. 127-139.
  • Gropp, A. & H. Winking: Robertsonian translocations: cytology, meiosis, segregation patterns and biological consequences of heterozygosity. S. 141-181.
  • Wallace, Margaret E.: The breeding, inbreeding and management of wild mice. S. 183-204.
  • Pelikán J.: Patterns of reproduction in the House mouse. S. 205-229.
  • Roberts, R.C.: Genetical influence on growth and fertility. S. 231-254.
  • Ward, R.J.: Diet and nutrition. S. 255-266.
  • Bellamy, D.: Ageing: with particular reference to the use of the House mouse as a mammalian model. S. 267-300.
  • Jakobson, M.E.: Physiological adaptability: the response of the House mouse to variations in the environment. S. 301-335.
  • Mackintosh, J.H.: Behaviour of the House mouse S. 337-365.
  • Smith, Jane C.: Senses and communication. S. 367-393.
  • Berry, R.J.: Population dynamics of the House mouse. S. 395-425.
  • Walkowa, Wiera: Structure, dynamics and productivity of mouse populations: a review of studies conducted at the institute of ecology, Polish Academy of Sciences. S. 427-437.
  • Klein, J., Götze, D., Nadeau, J.H. & E.K. Wakeland: Population immunogenetics of murine H-2 and t systems. S. 439-453.
  • Lyon, M.F.: The t-complex and the genetical control of development. S. 455-477.
  • Peters, Josephine: Enzyme and protein polymorphism. S. 479-516.
  • Lush, Ian E.: Mouse pharmacogenetics. S. 517-546.
  • Shire, John G.M.: Genes and hormones in mice. S. 547-574.
  • Rowe, F.P.: Wild House mouse biology and control. S. 575-589.
  • Blackwell, Jenefer M. The role of the House mouse in disease and zoonoses. S. 591-616.
  • Deol, M.S.: Mutant mice as models for human genetical deafness. S. 617-625.
  • Longstreth, Janice D. & Herbert C. Morse III: Expression of murine leukemia viruses in inbred strains of mice. S. 627-641.
  • Bulfield, Grahame: Inborn errors of metabolism in the mouse. S. 643-665.

Vertebrate locomotion.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 48. Editor: M.H. Day. Academic Press, London 1981.

The Proceedings of a Symposium held at The Zoological Society of London on 27 and 28 March 1980.

  • Videler, J.J.: Swimming movements, body structure and propulsion in Cod Gadus morhua S. 1-27.
  • Blake, R.W.: Mechanics of drag-based mechanisms of propulsion in aquatic vertebrates. S. 29-52.
  • Batty, R.S.: Locomotion of Plaice larvae. S. 53-69.
  • Johnston, I.A.: Structure and function of fish muscles. S. 71-113.
  • Roberts, B.L.: The organization of the nervous system of fishes in relation to locomotion. S. 115-136.
  • Rayner, J.M.V.: Flight adaptations in vertebrates. S. 137-172.
  • Norberg, Ulla M.: Flight, morphology and the ecological niche in some birds and bats. S. 173-197.
  • Pye, J.D.: Echolocation for flight guidance and a radar technique applicable to flight analysis. S. 199-218.
  • Goldspink, G.: The use of muscles during flying, swimming, and running from the point of view of energy saving. S. 219-238.
  • Rewcastle, Stephen C.: Stance and gait in tetrapods: an evolutionary scenario. S. 239-267.
  • Alexander R. McNeill: The gaits of tetrapods: adaptations for stability and economy. S. 269-287.
  • Armstrong, R.B.: Recruitment of muscles and fibres within muscles in running animals. S. 289-304.
  • Lanyon, L.E.: Locomotor loading and functional adaptation in limb bones. S. 305-329.
  • Aiello, Leslie C.: The allometry of primate body proportions. S. 331-358.
  • Fleagle, John G., Stern, Jack T., Jr., Jungers, William L., Susman, Randall L., Vangor, Andrea K. & James P. Wells: Climbing: a biomechanical link with brachiation and with bipedalism. S. 359-375.
  • Rollinson, J. & R[obert] D. Martin: Comparative aspects of primate locomation, with special reference to arboreal Cercopithecines. S. 377-427.
  • Jenkins, Farish A., Jr.: Wrist rotation in primates: a critical adaptation for brachiators. S. 429-451.

Telemetric studies of vertebrates.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 49. Editors: C.L. Cheeseman & R.B. Mitson. 1982.

The Proceedings of a Symposium held at The Zoological Society of London on 21 and 22 November 1980.

  • Cheeseman, C.L. & R.B. Mitson: Preface. S. IX-X.
  • Kuechle, V.B.: State of the art of biotelemetry in North America. S. 1-18.
  • Skiffins, R.M.: Regulatory control of telemetric devices used in animal studies. S. 19-30.
  • Beach, M.H. & T.J. Storeton-West: Design considerations and performance checks on a telemetry tag system. S. 31-45.
  • Moran, P.L.: Microelectronic technology and its application to telemetry. S. 47-59.
  • Slade, M.G.: Signal-to-noise ratio enhancement in receivers for use in radio location. S. 61-73.
  • Harden Jones, F.R. & G.P. Arnold: Acoustic telemetry and the marine fisheries. S. 75-93.
  • Solomon, D.J.: Tracking fish with radio tags. S. 95-105.
  • Butler, P.J. & A.J. Woakes: Telemetry of physiological variables from diving and flying birds. S. 107-128.
  • Kenward, R.E., Hirons, G.J.M. & F. Ziesemer: Devices for telemetering the behaviour of free-living birds. S. 129-137.
  • Hirons, G.J.M. & R.B. Owen, Jr.: Radio tagging as an aid to the study of woodcock. S. 139-152.
  • Widén, Per: Radio monitoring the activity of goshwaks. S. 153-160.
  • Stebbings, R.E.: Radio tracking Greater horseshoe bats with preliminary observations on flight patterns. S. 161-173.
  • Kenward, R.E.: Techniques for monitoring the behaviour of Grey squirrels by radio. S. 175-196.
  • Linn, I.J. & P. Wilcox: A semi-automated system for collecting data on the movements of radio tagged voles. S. 197-205.
  • Reeve, N[igel] J.: The home range of the hedgehog as revealed by a radio tracking study. S. 207-230.
  • Birks, J.D.S & I.J. Linn: Studies of home range of the feral Mink, Mustela vison. S. 231-257.
  • Hersteinsson, P. & D[avid] W. Macdonald: Some comparisons between Red and Arctic foxes, Vulpes vulpes and Alopex lagopus, as revealed by radio tracking. S. 259-289.
  • Parish, T. & H[ans] Kruuk: The use of radio tracking combined with other techniques in studies of Badger ecology in Scotland. S. 291-299.
  • Harris, Stephen: Activity patterns and habitat utilization of Badgers (Meles meles) in suburban Bristol: a radio tracking study. S. 301-323.
  • Orsdol, Karl G. van: Ranges and food habits of Lions in Rwenzori National Park, Uganda. S. 325-340.
  • Bertram, B.C.R.: Leopard ecology as studied by radio tracking. S. 341-352.

Animal disease in relation to animal conservation.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 50. Editors: M.A. Edwards & U. McDonnell. 1982.

The Proceedings of a Symposium held at The Zoological Society of London on 26 and 27 November 1981.

Physiological strategies in lactation.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 51. Editors: M. Peaker, R.G. Vernon & C.H. Knight. 1984.

The structure, development and evolution of reptiles.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 52. Editor: M.W.J. Ferguson. 1984.

The biology of terrestrial isopods.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 53. Editors: S.L. Sutton & D.M. Holdich. Oxford University Press, Oxford 1985.

Advances in animal conservation.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 54. Editors: J[ohn] P. Hearn & J.K[eith] Hodges. Oxford University Press, Oxford 1985.

The Proceedings of a Symposium held at The Zoological Society of London on 31st May and 1st June 1984.

  • Hearn, J[ohn] P.: Preface. S. V-VI.
  • H.R.H. The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh: Introduction. S. IXX-XX.

Conservation in the wild

  • Laws, R[ichard] M[aitland]: Animal conservation in the Antarctic. S. 2-23.
  • Skinner, J[ohn] D.: Wildlife management in practice: conservation of ungulates through protection or utilization. S. 25-46.
  • Jungius, Hartmut: Prospects for re-introduction. S. 47-55.

Conservation in captivity

  • Rawlins, C[olin] G[uy] C[hampion]: Zoos and conservation: in the last 20 years. S. 59-69.
  • Benirschke, K[urt]: The genetic management of exotic animals. S. 71-87.
  • Jones, D[avid] M[udgett]: The care of exotic animals. S. 89-101.
  • Wheater, Roger J.: Zoos of the future. S. 111-119.

Conservation and comparative medicine

  • Polge, C[hristopher]: Embryo manipulation and genetic engineering. S. 123-135.
  • Moore, H[arry] D.M.: Storage of gametes and embryos. S. 137-148.
  • Hodges, J. K[eith]: The endocrine control of reproduction. S. 149-168.
  • Hearn, John P.: Early embryonic development and the conservation of mammals. S. 169-181.
  • Loudon, A[ndrew] S.I.: Lactation and neonatal survival of mammals. S. 183-207.

Government and conservation

  • O'Connor, F.B.: The cost of conservation. S. 211-217.
  • Brambell, Michael R.: Trade in and exploitation of endangered exotic species of animals. S. 219-239.
  • Halle, Mark: The World Conservation Strategy - an historical perspective. S. 241-257.
  • Sandbrook, J.R.: Conservation and natural resource development. S. 259-268.
  • Zuckerman, Lord [Solly]: Concluding comments: science and conservation. S. 269-276.

The ecology of woodland rodents.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 55. Editors: J.R. Flowerdew, J. Gurnell & J.H.W. Gipps. Oxford University Press, Oxford 1985.

Immune mechanisms in invertebrate vectors.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 56. Editor: A.M. Lackie. Oxford University Press, Oxford 1986.

Reproductive energetics in mammals.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 57. Editors: A.S.I. Loudon & P.A. Racey. Oxford University Press, Oxford 1987.

Mammalian population studies.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 58. Editor: S. Harris. Oxford University Press, Oxford 1987.

Aspects of decapod crustacean biology.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 59. Editors: A[nthony] A[rthur] Fincham & P[hilip] S. Rainbow. Oxford University Press, Oxford 1988.

The Proceedings of a Symposium held at The Zoological Society of London on 8th and 9th April 1987.

  • Fincham, A[nthony] A[rthur] & P[hilip] S. Rainbow: Preface. S. V.
  • Hartnoll, Richard G. & Peter Gould: Brachyuran life history strategies and the optimization of egg production. S. 1-9.
  • Williamson, D[onald] I[rving]: Evolutionary trends in larval form. S. 11-25.
  • Rice, A.L.: The megalopa stage in majid crabs, with a review of spider crab relationships based on larval characters. S. 27-46.
  • Christiansen, Marit E.: Hormonal processes in decapod crustacean larvae. S. 47-68.
  • Martin, Joel W.: Phylogenetic significance of the brachyuran megalopa: evidence from the Xanthidae. S. 69-102.
  • Laverack, M.S.: Larval locomation, sensors, growth and their implication for the nervous system. S. 103-122.
  • Fincham, A[nthony] A[rthur]: Ontogeny of anomuran eyes. S. 123-155.
  • Nichols, J.H. & B.M. Thompson: Quantitave sampling of crustacean larvae and its use in stock size estimation of commercially exploited species. S. 157-175.
  • Naylor, E.: Rhythmic behaviour of decapod crustaceans. S. 177-199.
  • Atkinson, R.J.A. & A[lan] C. Taylor: Physiological ecology of burrowing decapods. S. 201-226.
  • Taylor, A[lan] C.: The ecophysiology of decapods in the rock pool environment. S. 227-261.
  • Herring, P.J. & H.S.J Roe: The photoecology of pelagic oceanic decapods. S. 263-290.
  • Rainbow, Philip S.: The significance of trace metal concentrations in decapods. S. 291-313.
  • Macintosh, D.J.: The ecology and physiology of decapods of mangrove swamps. S. 315-341.
  • Chapman, C.J. & F.G. Howard: Environmental influences on Norway lobster (Nephrops norvegicus) populations and their implications for fishery management. S. 343-353.
  • Howard, A.E.: Lobster behaviour, population structure and enhancement. S. 355-364.

Reproduction and disease in captive and wild animals.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 60. Editors: G.R. Smith & J.P. Hearn. Oxford University Press, Oxford 1985.

To mark the 50th anniversary of the Wellcome Trust.

  • Laws, R[ichard] M[aitland]: Introduction. S. 1-5.
  • Abbott, David H.: Natural suppression of fertility. S. 7-28.
  • Holloway, A.J. & H[arry] D.M. Moore: Assessment of the effects of chemicals on gamete production in captive and wild animals. S. 29-37.
  • Martin, R[obert] D.& A.M. MacLarnon: Comparative quantitative studies of growth and reproduction. S. 39-80.
  • Dixson, A.F. & S.A.C. Lloyd: The hormonal and hypothalamic control of primate sexual behaviour. S. 81-117.
  • Summers, P.M. & J.P. Hearn: Embryo manipulation for the regulation of reproduction and disease. S. 119-134.
  • Boulay, G.H. du & O.L. Wilson: Diagnosis of pregnancy and disease by ultrasound in exotic species. S. 135-150.
  • Voller, A. & D.E. Bidwell: Immunoassays with special reference to ELISA methods. S. 151-158.
  • Smith, G.R.: Anaerobic bacteria as pathogens in wild and captive animals. S. 159-173. (Fusobacterium necrophorum; lumpy jaw disease; Clostridium botulinum; botulism
  • Plowright, Walter: Viruses transmissible between wild and domestic animals. S. 175-199. (myxomatosis; rinderpest; canine distemper; orthopoxvirus; cowpox; avian paramyxoviruses; Newcastle disease; avian myxoviruses; influenza A; AI; H5N3; H5N2; H1N1; H7N7; foot-and-mouth disease; FMD; vesicular exanthema; VE; SMSV-1; malignant catarrhal fever; MCF)

The biology of large African mammals in their environment.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 61. Editors: P.A. Jeweel and G. Maloiy. Oxford University Press, Oxford 1989.

Beyond captive breeding. Re-introducing endangered mammals to the wild.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 62. Editors: J[o] H.W. Gipps. Oxford University Press, Oxford 1991.

  • Gipps, J[o] H.W.: Preface. S. V-VII.
  • Jones, D[avid] M.: Introductory remarks. S. 3-5.
  • Stanley Price, Mark R.: A review of mammal re-introductions, and the role of the Re-introduction Specialist Group of IUCN/SSC. S. 9-25.
  • Stuart, Simon N.: Re-introductions: to what extent are they needed? S. 27-37.
  • Seal, U[lysses] S.: Life after extinction. S. 39-55.
  • Mallinson, Jeremy J.C.: Partnerships for conservation between zoos, local governments and non-governmental organizations. S. 57-74.
  • Ounsted, M.L.: Re-introducing birds: lessons to be learned for mammals. S. 75-85.
  • Chivers, David J.: Guidelines for re-introductions: procedures and problems. S. 89-99.
  • Woodford, M.H. & R.A. Kock: Veterinary considerations in re-introduction and translocation projects. S. 101-110.
  • Box, Hilary O.: Training for life after release: simian primates as examples. S. 111-123.
  • Kleiman, Devra G., Beck, Benjamin B., Dietz, James M. & Lou Ann Dietz: Costs of re-introduction and criteria for success: accounting and accountability in the Golden Lion Tamarin Conservation Program. S. 125-142.
  • May, Robert M.: The role of ecological theory in planning re-introduction of endangered species. S. 145-163.
  • Foose, Thomas J.: Viable population strategies for re-introduction programmes. S. 165-172.
  • MacKinnon, K[athy] & J[ohn] MacKinnon: Habitat protection and re-introduction programmes. S. 173-198.
  • Dixon, Alexandra M., Mace, Georgina M., Newby, John E. & Peter J.S. Olney: Planning for the re-introduction of Scimitar-horned oryx (Oryx dammah) and Addax(Addax nasomaculatus) into Niger. S. 201-216.
  • Gordon, I.J.: Ungulate re-introductions: the case of the Scimitar-horned oryx. S. 217-240.
  • Thorne, E. Tom: Species rescue for captive breeding: Black-footed ferret as an example. S. 241-261.
  • Moore, Donald E., III & Roland Smith: The red wolf as a model for carnivore re-introductions. S. 263-278.

The environmental impact of burrowing animals and animal burrows.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 63. Editors: P.S. Meadows & A. Meadows. Oxford University Press, Oxford 1992.

Biotechnology and the conservation of genetic diversity.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 64. Editors: H[arry] D.M. Moore, W.V. Holt & G[eorgina] M. Mace. Oxford University Press, Oxford 1992.

Mammals as predators.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 65. Editors: N[igel] Dunstone & M[artyn] L. Gorman. Oxford University Press, Oxford 1993.

Marine mammals. Advances in behavioural and population biology.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 66. Editor: I.L. Boyd. Oxford University Press, Oxford 1993.

Ecology, evolution and behaviour of bats.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 67. Editors: Paul A. Racey & Susan M. Swift. Oxford University Press, Oxford 1995.

The biology of Xenopus.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 68. Editors: R.C. Tinsley & H.R. Kobel. Oxford University Press, Oxford 1996.

Miniature vertebrates. The implications of small body size.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 69. Editor: Peter J. Miller. Oxford University Press, Oxford 1996.

Venomous snakes. Ecology, evolution and snakebite.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 70. Editors: R.S. Thorpe, W. Wüster & A. Malhotra. Oxford University Press, Oxford 1997.

Behaviour and ecology of riparian mammals.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 71. Editors: Nigel Dunstone & Martyn L. Gorman. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1998.

  • Dunstone, Nigel & Martyn L. Gorman: Preface. S. IX-X.
  • Dunstone, Nigel: Adaptations to the semi-aquatic habit and habitat. S. 1-16.
  • Williams, T.M.: Physiological challenges in semi-aquatic mammals: swimming against the energetic tide. S. 17-29.
  • Vogel, P., Bodmer, C., Spreng, M. & J. Aeschimann: Diving capacities and foraging behaviour of the water shrew (Neomys fodiens). S. 31-47.
  • Churchfield, S.: Habitat use by water shrews, the smallest of amphibious mammals. S. 49-68.
  • Racey, P.A.: The importance of the riparian environment as a habitat for British bats. S. 69-91.
  • Palazón, S. & J. Ruiz-Olmo: A preliminary study of the behaviour of the European mink (Mustela lutreola) in Spain, by means of radiotracking. S. 93-105.
  • Gorman, M.L., Kruuk, H[ans], Jones, C., McLaren, G. & J.W.H. Conroy: The demography of European otters Lutra lutra. S. 107-118.
  • Kruuk, H[ans], Carss, D.N., J.W.H. Conroy & M.J.Gaywood: Habitat use and conservation of otters (Lutra lutra) in Britain: a review. S. 119-133.
  • Thom, T.J., Thomas, C.J., Dunstone, N[igel] & P.R. Evans: The relationship between riverbank habitat and prey availability and the distribution of otter (Lutra lutra) signs: an analysis using a geographical information system. S. 135-157.
  • Ruiz-Olmo, J.: Influence of altitude on the distribution , abundance and ecology of the Otter (Lutra lutra). S. 159-176.
  • Sidorovich, V., Kruuk, H[ans], Macdonald D[avid] M. ∧ T[it] Maran: Diets of semi-aquatic carnivores in northern Belarus, with implications for population changes. S. 177-189.
  • Carss, D.N., Nelson, K.C., Bacon, P.J. & H. Kruuk: Otter (Lutra lutra) prey selection in relation to fish abundance and community structure in two different freshwater habitats. S. 191-213.
  • Rowe-Rowe, D.T. & M.J. Somers: Diet foraging bahaviour and coexistence of African otters and the Water mongoose. S. 215-227.
  • Hussain, S.A. & B.C. Choudhury: Feeding ecology of the Smooth-coated otter Lutra perspicillata in the National Chambal Sanctuary, India. S. 229-249.
  • Viljoen, P.C. & H.C. Biggs: Population trends of hippopotami in the rivers of the Kruger National Park, South Africa. S. 251-279.
  • Herrera, E.A.: Reproductive strategies of female capybaras: dry-season gestation. S. 281-296.
  • Maran, T[it], Macdonald, D[avid] M., Kruuk, H[ans], Sidorovich,V. & V.V. Rozhnov: The continual decline of the European mink Mustela lutreola: evidence for the intraguild aggression hypothesis. S. 297-323.
  • Ruiz-Olmo, J., López-Martín, J.M. & M. Delibes: Otters and pollution in Spain. S. 325-338.
  • Strachan, C., Jeffries, D.J., Barreto, G.R., Macdonald, D[avid] M. & R. Strachan: The rapid impact of resident American mink on water voles: case studies in lowland England. S. 339-357.
  • Schenck, C[hristof] & E. Staib: Status, habitat use and conservation of Giant otter in Peru. S. 359-370.

Mammalian social learning. Comparative and ecological perspectives.

Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. Number 72. Editors: Hilary O. Box & Kathleen R. Gibson. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1999.

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