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  1. Ecological and evolutionary physiology aims and en niche physiology: how do organisms function? how do organs and tissues work and interact?

  2. Ecological and evolutionary physiology aims and niche ecological physiology: eco-physiology, environmental physiology how do organisms cope with environmental challenges? • evolutionary physiology: • which mechanisms promote/constrain • the evolution of physiological diversity? • how has physiological diversity developed historically?

  3. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history physiology

  4. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history Claudius Galenus (129-200)

  5. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history Claudius Galenus (129-200)

  6. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history Isagoge Johannitii in Tegni Galeni <Hunayn ibn Ishaq al-'Ibadi (809?-873)

  7. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519)

  8. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519)

  9. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519)

  10. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519)

  11. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history De humani corporis fabrica Andreas Vesalius (1514-1564)

  12. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history Herman Boerhaave (1668-1738)

  13. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history Matthias Schleiden (1804-1881) Theodor Schwann (1810-1882)

  14. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history "La fixité du milieu intérieur est la condition d'une vie libre et indépendante". Claude Bernard (1813-1878)

  15. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history "the science of life is a superb and dazzlingly lighted hall which may be reached only by passing through a long and ghastly kitchen". Claude Bernard (1813-1878)

  16. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history The wisdom of the body Walter B. Cannon (1871-1945)

  17. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history physiology comparative physiology

  18. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history George Cuvier (1769-1832)

  19. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history Richard Owen (1804-1892)

  20. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history “I happen to have in my pocket a monkey's brain” William Henry Flower (1831-1891)

  21. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history physiology comparative physiology ecological physiology

  22. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history Tb: 54°C Ts: 56 to >70°C Melophorus bagoti

  23. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history Alvinella pompejana

  24. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history Scaphiopus

  25. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history Eurosta solidaginis

  26. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history Rana sylvatica

  27. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history Per Scholander (1905-1980)

  28. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history Per Scholander (1905-1980)

  29. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history Per Scholander (1905-1980)

  30. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history Per Scholander (1905-1980)

  31. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history Per Scholander (1905-1980)

  32. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history Per Scholander (1905-1980)

  33. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history George A. Bartholomew (1919-2006)

  34. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history Knut Schmidt-Nielsen (1915-2007)

  35. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history Knut Schmidt-Nielsen (1915-2007)

  36. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history physiology comparative physiology ecological physiology evolutionary physiology evolutionary biology

  37. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history physiology comparative physiology ecological physiology evolutionary physiology evolutionary biology

  38. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history Sewall Wright (1889-1988)

  39. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history physiological genetics genes design Theodosius Dobzhansky (1900-1975)

  40. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history Richard Goldschmidt (1878-1958)

  41. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history physiology comparative physiology ecological physiology evolutionary physiology evolutionary biology

  42. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history

  43. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history

  44. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history “For every problem there is an animal on which it can be most conveniently studied.” August Krogh (1874-1949)

  45. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history “For every problem there is an animal on which it can be most conveniently studied.” Architeuthis

  46. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history “For every problem there is an animal on which it can be most conveniently studied.” Aplysia

  47. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history “For every problem there is an animal on which it can be most conveniently studied.” Dipodomys Neotoma

  48. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history physiology comparative physiology ecological physiology evolutionary physiology evolutiebiologie

  49. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history Ward B. Watt Colias philodice pgm=phosphoglucomutase; g6pd= glucose-6-phosphatedehydrogenase

  50. Ecological and evolutionary physiology history