3 edition of Morphology and skeletomusculature of Caenestheria propinqua (Sars) found in the catalog.
Morphology and skeletomusculature of Caenestheria propinqua (Sars)
Abdul Rauf Shakoori
|Series||Bulletin of the Department of Zoology, University of Panjab, newseries,, article 2|
|LC Classifications||QL444.B834 S46|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||81470667|
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Abstract. Morphological differences among groups of the 24 trunk limbs of Caenestheriella gifuensis (Ishikawa, ) and differences between males and females are described and illustrated. A setose attenuate lobe located proximally near enditic lobe 1 and a discoid lobe covered with small setae proximal to enditic lobe 1 are newly by: Morphology and skeletomusculature of Caenestheria propinqua (Sars) (Conchostraca; Branchiopoda ; Crustacea).
Bulletin of the Department of Zoology, University of. The morphology and anatomy of leaves of rheophytic and non-rheophytic types of Adenophora triphylla (Thunb.) ADC var. japonica (Regel) H.
Hara were compared in order to clarify how leaf characteristics differ. Our results revealed that. Morphology. The morphology of Leishmania protozoa varies by species and throughout the life cycle.
Leishmania is able to exist in two forms: amastigote when it is in the human host (intracellular), and promastigote when it exists in the vector (extracellular). Otherwise, on a morphological level, leishmania which infect humans, rodents or dogs are "a very homogenous group.".
MORPHOLOGY AND EVOLUTION OF ATRETOCHOANA 43 Figure 1. Dorsal view of NMWthe holotype of Atretochoana eiselti. supplemented, in the case of Typhlonectes natans, by latex injection of the arterial system followed by clearing and staining of a single specimen.
Scyphozoans display a characteristic bell-like morphology. Scyphozoans: For jellyfish (a), and all other scyphozoans, the medusa (b) is the most prominent of the two life stages. In the jellyfish, a mouth opening, surrounded by tentacles bearing nematocysts, is present on the underside of the animal.
Scyphozoans live most of their life cycle as. Aims and Scope. Punjab University Journal of Zoology (Punjab Univ. Zool.) is continuation of old (irregular) series of the publication by the Department of Zoology, University of the Punjab, Lahore.
Morphology Calotropis species is a shrub with thick twisted branches, the young ones bluntly quadrangular, bark ash colored, covered with a minute white woolly down (Ahirwar et al., ). The species can be differentiated by the floral characterstics.
Calotropis gigantea bears corolla lobes which are spreading. The morphology result was 3%. We are going tomorrow so that he can get another sample tested. Just wondering if anyone has had experience with a 3% (or similar) morphology, what your next steps were, and also if anyone has had success with it.
morphology. SK-XM corresponded to the type material of S. costatum (Zingone et al., ), but none of the other isolates corresponded to previously described Skeletonema species. Morphometric and morphological characteristics are summarized in Tables 2 and 3, respectively. Table 1. Sequences of LSU D1-D2 included in alignment and phylogenetic.
This species has been the focus of many studies on hatching and development (Bernice, ; Munuswamy and Subramoniam,; Munuswamy,), morphology (Velu and Munuswamy, ), and has been explored for use as a feed source for aquacultural crops (Munuswamy et al., ; Amutha et al., ). Streptocephalus echinus Bond, This paper described crown morphology and sexual dimorphism of the canines in four species of the Great apes; Pongo pygmaeus, Gorilla gorilla, Pan trogrodytes, and Pan lingual view, the contours of maxillary canines in the males had an isosceles triangles with long mesial and distal incisal crests, while those of the females had an equilateral ones.
A great many living artiodactyls have evolved features that are adaptive for life on open legs, for example, increase running speed. To lengthen the legs, hoofed mammals evolved digitigrade locomotion: that is, they walk on their toes.
Artiodactyls are characterized by the presence of two enlarged toes forming a cloven hoof; the hoof of a goat or cow is anatomically the. • The morphology of multicellular fungi – Enhances ability to absorb nutrients – Chitin Hyphae. The mushroom and its subterranean mycelium are a continuous network of hyphae.
Reproductive structure. The mushroom produces tiny cells called spores. Spore-producing structures 20 µm Mycelium Figure Hyphae Mycellum. The upper part of the Pliocene Hadar Formation, central Afar, Ethiopia, has yielded a 40% complete fossil hominid skeleton (A.L.
“Lucy”). This specimen is described in detail and selected measurements and illustrations are provided. Blog. Dec. 2, Why your go-to-market strategy should be industry focused; Dec.
1, Prezi Video + Unsplash: Access over two million images to tell your story through video. CRANIAL MORPHOLOGY OF SOME OLIGOCENE ARTIODACTYLA By FRANK C.
WHITMOKB, JR. ABSTRACT A study of the cranial morphology of three Oligocene Artio- dactyla (Merycoidodon, Poebrotherium, and Leptomeryx), based largely on serial sections, reveals many cranial charac teristics found only in the most primitive Recent mammals.
Spinicaudata: Cyzicidae: Caenestheria.-Of the six described species, three are readily recognised: C. lutraria (Brady, ) is widespread; C. sarsii (Sayce, ) (or maybe it is C. ellipitica. Summary Most carbonates are extremely susceptible to mineralogical and textural change, cementation and dissolution.
These alterations can occur at any time from initial depostion to deep burial. Most diagenetic changes affect porosity and thus must be considered in the exploration for carbonates.
Diagenesis of carbonates begins at deposition and continues during burial and uplift (left figure). morphology, and Cameron—for molecular data).
Thus, a clear resolution has yet to be achieved concerning relationships among the corbiculate bees. This problem is of more than academic interest, because diﬀerent topologies in the literature suggest very diﬀerent patterns of. Morphology - Morphology - Methods in morphology: The methods of investigating gross structure depend on careful dissection, or cutting apart, of an organism and on accurate descriptions of the parts.
The study of the structure of tissues and cells has been extended by the techniques of autoradiography and histochemistry.
In the former, a tissue is supplied with a radioactive substance and. Morphology of the Pliocene partial hominid skeleton (A.L. ‐1) from the Hadar formation, Ethiopia. Donald C. Johanson.
Institute of Human Origins, Bancroft Way, Berkeley, California Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Cleveland, Ohio Search for more papers by this author. The dolichocephalic dwarf, most commonly seen in Angus cattle, is of the same general body conformation as the brachycephalic dwarf, except that it has a long head and does not have either a bulging forehead or short-faced calves are frequently referred to as “snorter” dwarfs because of their labored and audible breathing.
Both types are of low viability and susceptible to. Created Date: 12/23/ PM. 1. Introduction. Skeletonema is a cosmopolitan coastal diatom species that exhibits extreme variation in size and shape.
Skeletonema costatum, which is the most abundant species of Skeletonema, was originally described as Melosira costata Greville and was subsequently renamed Skeletonema the 20th century, five species of Skeletonema have been identified based.
Sea Challengers and the Monterey Bay Aquarium, Monterey, California, iv plus pages (Book). This book includes an introduction to the Ctenophora and descriptions with color or black-and-white photographs of 28 species of west coast ctenophores, most of.
J Eukaryot Microbiol. Sep-Oct;55(5) doi: /jx. Morphology, molecular phylogeny, and ecology of Binucleata daphniae n. Start studying Zoology: Porifera Ch. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
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Be able to name. Comparative foot morphology involves comparing the form of distal limb structures of a variety of terrestrial tanding the role that the foot plays for each type of organism must take account of the differences in body type, foot shape, arrangement.
Protacanthopterygian - Protacanthopterygian - Form and function: The tremendous range of structural diversity found in protacanthopterygian fishes has already been mentioned.
Comparisons of some of the extreme morphological and physiological modifications with a generalized standard type can be useful in understanding the evolutionary trends leading to certain specializations. 1 Stinging Catfish (Heteropneustes fossilis) Ecological Risk Screening Summary U.S.
Fish & Wildlife Service, February Web Version, 1/14/ Photo: Maxim Gavrilyuk. External morphology of the antennae of Damalinia ovis (Phthiraptera: Trichodectidae). Clarke AR(1).
Author information: (1)Department of Entomology, University of Queensland, St. Lucia, Brisbane, Australia. The antennae of adult Damalinia ovis, the sheep louse, were studied using light and scanning electron microscopy.
Plant reproductive morphology is the study of the physical form and structure (the morphology) of those parts of plants directly or indirectly concerned with sexual reproduction. Among all living organisms, flowers, which are the reproductive structures of angiosperms, are the most varied physically and show a correspondingly great diversity in methods of reproduction.
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; 1(1): DOI: /APBIJ Dept of Horticultural Science | Founders Drive | Raleigh, NC | Phone: () morphology. The following discussions concentrate on the evolution of these cranial features (brow and nasal horns excepted) and their probable functional significance, since these are the dominant factors in ceratop-sian evolution and are primarily respon-sible for the distinctive character and systematic position of these Late Creta-ceous.
Protura. Proturans / Coneheads. The name Protura, derived from the Greek words "proto-" meaning first (or original) and "ura" meaning tail, refers to the lack of advanced or specialized structures at the back of the abdomen. The skeletal parts of organisms are commonly composed of calcite, magnesian calcite, aragonite or opaline mineralogy determines the susceptibility of the skeletal fragment to diagenetic change and so its current composition and fabric in a limestone or dolomite.
calcite skeletal grains, which contain less than 4 mole % magnesium in the calcite, include some foraminifera. Morphology: Short to elongate flexible rods or filaments, um in diameter and um in length.
Ends of cells usually round to tapered. Cells can be pleomorphic: Motility: No flagella; motile by gliding. Specialized structures: Capsules and sheaths not formed.
Resting stages not known.