2 edition of Anatomy of the Lamprey: Morphology found in the catalog.
Anatomy of the Lamprey: Morphology
January 1, 1995
by W. H. Freeman
Written in English
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With the Anatomy Act of , however, the bodies of those who died destitute in workhouses were appropriated for dissection. At a time when such a procedure was regarded with fear and revulsion, the Anatomy Act effectively rendered dissection a punishment for poverty. Anatomy and morphology See also: Vertebrate anatomy All vertebrates are built along the basic chordate body plan: a stiff rod running through the length of the animal (vertebral column and/or notochord),  with a hollow tube of nervous tissue (the spinal cord) above it and the gastrointestinal tract below.
1. Basal Chordates and Chordate Relationships. 2. Anatomy of the Lamprey. 3. The External Anatomy and Integument of Vertebrates. 4. The Cranial Skeleton. 5. The Axial Skeleton. 6. The Appendicular Skeleton. 7. The Muscular System. 8. The Sense Organs. 9. The Nervous System. The Coelom and the Digestive and Respiratory Systems. Price: $ Product Information. Detailed and concise dissection directions, updated valuable information and extraordinary illustrations make The Dissection of Vertebrates, 3rd Edition the new ideal manual for students in comparative vertebrate anatomy, as well as a superb reference for vertebrate and functional morphology, vertebrate paleontology, and advanced level vertebrate courses, such as in.
Additionally, the text provides comprehensive coverage of evolutionary concepts, comparative morphology, and es coverage of the pigeon, perch, frog, lamprey, dogfish shark, mudpuppy, and cat. Loose-leaf and three-hole-drilled. "synopsis" Price Range: $ - $ ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: Contents: This manual is intended to guide the practical study of those vertebrate animals commonly used in an elementary course of zoology.
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We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow more. Abstract. This chapter examines the external and internal anatomy of the lamprey. A characteristic feature of these vertebrates is an anterior, rounded, sucker-like structure that is used to attach themselves to the body of their prey, from which the term cyclostome is derived.
1. Morphology II. Anatomy of the Lamprey 1. Morphology y of the Dogfish Shark1. External Morphology 2. Skeletal System 3. Muscular System 4. Digestive and Respiratory Systems 5. Circulatory System 6. Urogenital System 7. Sense Organs 8. Nervous System 9. Sectional Morphology Evolution and Function y of the Mud Puppy 1 Brand: Freeman, W.
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Shark Physical Characteristics. There are more than shark species in the ocean, but they all have the same basic anatomy. This astonishing anatomy masterfully designed by evolution is what sets Anatomy of the Lamprey: Morphology book apart from other types of aquatic life including whales and dolphins.
Understanding the shark anatomy will give you a glimpse of the evolutive adaptations that have made sharks the flawless. Part 1 Anatomy of the protochordates: morphology-- the cephalochordates-- the urochordates-- the hemichordates-- evolution-- function.
Part 2 Anatomy of the lamprey: morphology-- external morphology-- sagittal section-- cross sections-- the ammocoetes larva-- evolution-- function. Fish anatomy is the study of the form or morphology of can be contrasted with fish physiology, which is the study of how the component parts of fish function together in the living fish.
In practice, fish anatomy and fish physiology complement each other, the former dealing with the structure of a fish, its organs or component parts and how they are put together, such as might be.
Anatomy of the Protochordates. Morphology. y of the Lamprey. Morphology. III. Anatomy of the Dogfish Shark. External Morphology 2. Skeletal System 3. Muscular System 4. Digestive and Respiratory Systems 5. Circulatory System 6. Urogenital System 7. Sense Organs 8.
Nervous System 9. Sectional Morphology Evolution and Book Edition: 6th Comparative morphology of adult and larval lamprey. Top: Surface anatomy of an adult lamprey. Bottom: Anatomy of a larval lamprey (ammocoetes). are summarized in Chapter 2 (Anatomy and morphology of lampreys) in which the basic features are described.
The larvae (ammocoetes) of lampreys differ from adults by. Publisher Summary. This chapter provides the anatomy of the shark. The spiny dogfish shark—Squalus acanthias—belongs to Chondrichthyes, which first appeared in the Silurian Period and is among the earliest to branch off from the rest of the gnathostomes (jawed vertebrates).Among the specialized features that unite these groups are unique perichondral and endochondral mineralization.
Lamprey: pp. Examine a whole mount slide of an ammocoetes (larval lamprey) as well as a slide of cross sections. Be able to find structures from the above list, and being able to localize them and describe their function.
Histological section showing skin morphology of a primitive jawless fish, a spawning adult Pacific lamprey, Lampetra tridentata. The outer layer is a thick epidermis, which is separated from the Author: Diane Elliott.
Rent or Buy Atlas and Dissection Guide for Comparative Anatomy - by Wischnitzer, Saul for as low as $ at Voted #1 site for Buying Edition: 6th. Morphology, Phylogeny and Paleobiogeography of Fossil Fishes quantity Add to basket The study of fossil fishes has advanced significantly over the past few years, giving scientists a rare opportunity to understand the origin and early evolution of major vertebrate groups, ranging from the jawless agnathans to piscine gnathostomes (placoderms.
The Dissection of Vertebrates covers several vertebrates commonly used in providing a transitional sequence in morphology. With illustrations on seven vertebrates – lamprey, shark, perch, mudpuppy, frog, cat, pigeon – this is the first book of its kind to include high-quality, digitally rendered illustrations.
This book is the go-to manual for comparative anatomy and vertebrate morphology courses. The excellent artwork and clear text make it understandable and practical for students.
Having taught anatomy for 36 years and used every possible lab manual, I chose this manual among all others. lamprey, a shark, an amphibian salamander (mudpuppy), and a cat. In addition, we will look at proto-chordates to view the early history of vertebrate evolution.
The major push in lab will be the identification of anatomical structures that span many of the systems learned in lecture. This is one of the most important parts of comparative File Size: 40KB. Abstract. The development of lampreys has fascinated evolutionary developmental (evo-devo) biologists for a long time.
Lampreys, as one of the two surviving members of an ancient group of jawless vertebrates, have long been recognized as key for understanding vertebrate evolution due to their basal position in vertebrate by: 3. Comparative Anatomy: Manual of Vertebrate Dissection 3rd Edition beginning the dissections.
Additionally, the text provides comprehensive coverage of evolutionary concepts, comparative morphology, and es coverage of the pigeon, perch, frog, lamprey, dogfish shark, mudpuppy, and cat. frog, lamprey, dogfish shark, mudpuppy 4/4(18). It is appropriate for courses in comparative anatomy, vertebrate zoology, or any course in which the featured vertebrates are studied.
Includes coverage of the lamprey, dogfish shark, perch, mudpuppy, bullfrog, pigeon, and cat. Evolutionary concepts, comparative morphology, and histology are covered comprehensively. Loose-leaf and three-hole.This book is the go-to manual for comparative anatomy and vertebrate morphology courses.
The excellent artwork and clear text make it understandable and practical for students. Having taught anatomy for 36 years and used every possible lab manual, I chose this manual among all others/5(3).The book presents methods, techniques, and illustrations relevant to zoological experiments. The text first discusses microscopical techniques, and then proceeds to tackling the morphology and anatomy of various animals.
Next, the book deals with cytology and .