Loeb, J. Forced movements, tropisms, and animal conduct
Jacques Loeb. Forced movements, tropisms, and animal conduct
Series: Monographs on experimental biology
The present volume is the first of a series of monographs on experimental biology to be written by American biologists under the general editorship of Jacques Loeb, T. H. Morgan, and W. J. V. Osterhout. It embodies the author's conceptions respecting the nature of animal conduct. As many biologists are aware, animal conduct was explained by this author on the tropism theory some thirty years ago. In the course of years, many extensions have been made to this theory by Loeb and others. The book gives a brief but clear-cut summary of the entire subject as it stands today.
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