6 edition of Physiology of mammals and other vertebrates found in the catalog.
|Statement||P.T. Marshall, G.M. Hughes.|
|Contributions||Hughes, G. M. joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QP31.2 .M37 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 343 p. :|
|Number of Pages||343|
|ISBN 10||0521226333, 0521295866|
|LC Control Number||79041436|
Circulatory System - Blood •Primary function of circulatory system is to remove carbon dioxide and waste products from cells. •The medium transport is blood. Blood is composed of a plasma portion and several types of cellular elements. Plasma comprises 55 percent of total blood volume. •Erythrocytes are the most abundant type of blood Size: 5MB. Mammals have movable eyelids and fleshy external ears (pinnae), quite unlike the naked external auditory openings of birds. Mammals also have a muscular diaphragm that is lacking in birds. Mammalian brains also have certain characteristics that differ from the brains of other vertebrates. As such, the book provides comprehensive information on comparative renal function for biological scientists and advanced students of biology with some knowledge of physiology and a desire to know more about renal function in vertebrates, and for mammalian renal physiologists who wish to obtain a broader view of renal function.
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First published in as the second edition of a original, this book was extensively revised for this version, reflecting numerous advances in the area. Advice from specialists on various aspects of physiology was incorporated, resulting in a fresh appraisal of mammal physiology, especially in the fields of coordination and homeostatic Cited by: Physiology of mammals and other vertebrates book Physiology Of Mammals And Other Vertebrates book.
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[P T Marshall; G M Hughes]. This textbook sets out to examine and compare the reproductive mechanisms of different classes of vertebrates. The book is organized systematically into sections dealing with the main aspects of reproduction such as sex determination, anatomy, functions of the gonads, cyclic phenomena, insemination, viviparity, and so on.
Comparisons between species are made within every by: Physiology of mammals and other vertebrates book are the so-called "pinnacle" group of vertebrates, successfully colonising virtually all terrestrial environments as well as the air (bats) and sea (especially pinnipeds and cetaceans).
How mammals function and survive in these diverse environments has long fascinated mammologists, comparative physiologists and ical and Environmental.
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The heart of birds and mammals compared Phylogenetic considerations The blood The structure of blood Exchange between the capillaries and the tissues - Physiology of. Mammals are the so-called "pinnacle" group of vertebrates, successfully colonising virtually all terrestrial environments as well as the air (bats) and sea (especially pinnipeds and cetaceans).
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Other individuals can provide as much or more postlaying care as the laying female. Birds have a much higher incidence of pair bonding and male parental care compared to mammals, and cooperative breeding, in which nonbreeders help to raise the young of.
As a textbook titled Anatomy and Physiology of Animals, this book scores very low in its comprehensiveness, since it presents information only on domesticated mammals. Even as a textbook on Anatomy and Physiology of domesticated mammals, the comprehensiveness is still fairly low: most topics are covered very superficially, and some systems are /5(6).
This book is useful for anyone interested in the basic structural and functional characteristics of the digestive system and how these vary among vertebrate groups and species. It discusses all of the major aspects of nutrition, anatomy and physiology in all of the major groups of vertebrates.
It contains numerous figures and tables to aid in their comparison, including 5/5(1). Hormones and Reproduction of Vertebrates Mammals. Book • Edited by: This chapter discusses that the physiology of parturition in mammals is highly diverse and almost species-specific. Rather than surveying the physiology of parturition species by species, this contribution attempts to identify mechanisms that vary widely among.
Although only mammals and, to a lesser extent, birds can produce a urine significantly hyperosmotic to the plasma, many nonmammalian vertebrates can produce a.
All of these characteristics (hair, maintaining a constant body temperature, production of milk, internal fertilization, young born fully developed, highly developed circulatory and respiratory systems, larger brain size, and differences in the size and function of teeth) make mammal species unique among the : Regina Bailey.
Three novel proteins that showed no homology among other vertebrates were discovered from screening wood frog liver cDNA libraries.
Named FR10, FR47, and Li16, they were strongly upregulated by freezing and differentially responsive to anoxia or dehydration (36,–). As discussed elsewhere, the function of FR10 is becoming Cited by: Physiology of Mammals and other Vertebrates: A text book for Schools and Colleges.
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Marine Mammals: Evolutionary Biology, Third Edition is a succinct, yet comprehensive text devoted to the systematics, evolution, morphology, ecology, physiology, and behavior of marine mammals.
Earlier editions of this valuable work are considered required reading for all marine biologists concerned with marine mammals, and this text continues that tradition of excellence.
Cambridge Core - Zoology - Respiratory Physiology of Vertebrates - edited by Göran E. Nilsson. Human physiology of underwater diving is the physiological influences of the underwater environment on the human diver, and adaptations to operating underwater, both during breath-hold dives and while breathing at ambient pressure from a suitable breathing gas supply.
It, therefore, includes the range of physiological effects generally limited to human ambient. These are all members of the group called the vertebrates (or animals with a backbone) and mammals make up only about 8% of this group. The diagram on the next page shows the percentage of the different kinds of vertebrates.
However, the term animal includes much more than just the Vertebrates. Animal Physiology, Fourth Edition, presents all the branches of modern animal physiology with a strong emphasis on integration of physiological knowledge, ecology, and evolutionary biology.
Integration extends from genes to organ systems and from one physiological discipline to another. The book takes an entirely fresh approach to each topic. Diving Physiology of Marine Vertebrates Dive 25 18 min 20 O2 and CO2 Vol % Lactic acid mMol L−1 80 15 60 10 CO2 40 O2 5 20 Lactic acid 0 0 0 −20 20 40 60 80 Time minutesFigure 3 The concentration of O2, CO2 (left hand side) and lactate (right hand side) in the arterial blood of a grey seal, before, during and after an 18 minforced.
VERTEBRATE ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I SCB COURSE INFORMATION 3 credits, 4 hours: 2 lecture and 2 lab then an in depth evaluation of the anatomy and physiology of domestic mammals and birds. In this course the anatomy and physiology of the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and endocrine Survey of Vertebrates.
Text book: Ch. 1: The word amphibian comes from ancient Greek words “amphi”, which means “both” and “bios”, which means “life”. Even if the word amphibious is an adjective used to describe animals that can live both on land and water, in the case of amphibians it also refers to both life stages through which these animals go through, as amphibians are born in an aquatic larval stage and.
Title. On the anatomy of vertebrates By. Owen, Richard, Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. Figure Mammalian ear bones. Bones of the mammalian middle ear are modified from bones of the jaw and skull in reptiles.
The stapes is found in other vertebrates (e.g., the columella of birds) whereas in mammals, the malleus and incus are derived from the articular and quadrate bones, respectively. As with other books in the Ecological and Environmental Physiology Series, the emphasis is on the unique physiological characteristics of mammals, their adaptations to extreme environments, and current experimental techniques and future research directions are also considered.
Mammals are a group of vertebrate animals which form the class have fur or hair and a very precise kind of temperature regulation. With the exception of the monotremes, all mammals bear live also produce milk for the young.
Parental care of the young is universal among mammals, and it is essential because live birth limits the number of : Amniota. The most obvious characteristic that sets birds apart from other modern vertebrates is the presence of feathers, which are modified scales.
While vertebrates like bats fly without feathers, birds rely on feathers and wings, along with other modifications of body structure and physiology, for flight. Mammals.
When considering anesthetic procedures for avian patients, it is critical to be aware of their unique respiratory and circulatory physiology. The avian respiratory system is different from mammals in that it has separate ventilatory and gas exchange compartments, making it highly efficient compared with other by: 4.
Mammals are a group of warm-blooded vertebrate animals and include the largest animals on the planet. They are distinguished from other animals by having hair or fur and mammary glands for milk production in females.
Mammal animals evolved on land and are mostly four-legged animals but a number of species have moved back to the sea or evolved.
Mammals are the so-called "pinnacle" group of vertebrates, successfully colonising virtually all terrestrial environments as well as the air (bats) and sea (especially pinnipeds and cetaceans).
How mammals function and survive in these diverse environments has long fascinated mammologists, comparative physiologists and ecologists.5/5(2). Subsequently, the reader is shown important examples of extreme respiratory performance, like diving and high altitude survival in mammals and birds, air breathing in fish, and those few vertebrates that can survive without any oxygen at all for several months, showing how evolution has solved the problem of life without oxygen.
Vertebrates / ˈ v ɜːr t ə ˌ b r ə t s / comprise all species of animals within the subphylum Vertebrata /-ə / (chordates with backbones).Vertebrates represent the overwhelming majority of the phylum Chordata, with currently ab species described. Vertebrates include such groups as the following: jawless fishes; jawed vertebrates, which include the cartilaginous fishes (sharks.
The class Mammalia (the mammals) contains 3 subclasses: Duck billed platypus and the spiny anteater; Marsupials (animals like the kangaroo with pouches) True mammals (with a placenta) Within the subclass containing the true mammals, there are groupings called orders that contain mammals that are more closely similar or related, than others.
The evolution of mammals has passed through many stages since the first appearance of their synapsid ancestors in the Pennsylvanian sub-period of the late Carboniferous period. By the mid-Triassic, there were many synapsid species that looked like lineage leading to today's mammals split up in the Jurassic; synapsids from this period include Dryolestes, more .The Physiology of Mammals and Other Vertebrates The Physiology of Mammals and Other Vertebrates SKU: $ $ Unavailable per item Facebook; Twitter; Pinterest; Google+; Quantity.
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