European Society for Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry (ESCPB)
Société européenne de physiologie et de biochimie comparées
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1978 Liège Belgium
1978, Liège (Belgium), by Professor R Gilles and M Florkin. Constitution adopted Mar 1978; modified 22 Jun 1979. Statutes registered in accordance with Belgian law.
Advance and promote research topics and concepts of biological studies using the comparative approach and the techniques of physiology, biochemistry and/or biophysics, including fundamental and applied aspects such as adaptations, environmental fitness, evolution, ecology, ethology, cell biology, marine biology, pharmacology, toxicology, parasitology and disease.
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