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The vertebrate body.
Alfred Sherwood Romer
Bibliography: p. 420-432.
|LC Classifications||QL805 .R65 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 452 p.|
|Number of Pages||452|
|LC Control Number||75151684|
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The Vertebrate Body. Alfred S. Romer. Saunders, Philadelphia, ed. 3, vi + pp. Illus. $8Cited by: 1. COMPARATIVE EMBRYOLOGY: THE VERTEBRATE BODY Even before Darwin proposed the theory of evolution through natural selection, Ernst von Baer claimed that the more closely related any two species are, the more similar their development.
His trea-tise () set the stage for linking the study of ontogeny, the development of the individual through aFile Size: 42KB.
Vertebrate, any animal of the subphylum Vertebrata. They have backbones, from which they derive their name. The vertebrates are also characterized by a muscular system consisting primarily of bilaterally paired masses and a central nervous system partly.
Vertebrate Paleontology is an advanced textbook on vertebrate paleontology by Alfred Sherwood Romer, published by the University of Chicago Press.
It went through three editions (,) and for many years constituted a very authoritative work The vertebrate body. book the definitive coverage of the subject. A condensed version centering on comparative anatomy, coauthored by T.S. Parson Author: Alfred Sherwood Romer.
Cell Movements and the Shaping of the Vertebrate Body Most cells of the animal body are motile, and in the developing embryo their movements are often extensive, dramatic, and surprising. Controlled changes of gene expression create ordered arrays of cells in different states; cell movements rearrange these cellular building blocks and put them Cited by: 2.
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Vertebrate Evolution. The earliest vertebrates were jawless fish, similar to living hagfish. They lived between and million years ago.
They had a cranium but no vertebral column. The phylogenetic tree in Figure below gives an overview of vertebrate evolution.
As more data become available, new ideas about vertebrate evolution emerge. The earliest known vertebrate is believed to be the Myllokunmingia. Another early vertebrate is Haikouichthys ercaicunensis. Unlike the other fauna that dominated the Cambrian, these groups had the basic vertebrate body plan: a notochord, rudimentary vertebrae, and a Clade: Olfactores.
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The vertebrate body is adapted for speed of movement as well as great strength. This is mainly supported by the presence of the backbone that coordinates most skeletal muscles.
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Vertebrate animals can be either warm-blooded or cold-blooded. A cold-blooded animal cannot maintain a constant body temperature.
The temperature of their body is determined by the outside surroundings. Cold-blooded animals will move around during the day between the shade and the sun to warm up or cool down. The body of the lamprey is elongated and cylindrical and is covered by smooth, scaleless skin.
accurate, and attractive visual references. Using a systemic approach within a systematic framework for each vertebrate, this book covers several animals commonly used in providing an anatomical transition sequence.
Seven animals are covered. Science 02 Mar Vol. 11, Issuepp. DOI: /scienceCited by: 2. Buy The vertebrate body. by Alfred Sherwood Romer online at Alibris.
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The vertebrate head is considered an evolutionary addition to the body of protochordates (Gans and Northcutt, ). In the head’s case, the cranial crest took. This book addresses the differentiation control of skeletal muscle in different locations of the vertebrate body.
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and published by HarperCollins, New York Comparative Embryology: The Vertebrate Body Introduction: Even before Darwin proposed the theory of evolution through natural selection, a scientists.
SECTION VERTEBRATE ORIGINS Reinforcement KEY CONCEPT All vertebrates share common characteristics. At some point during development, all chordates exhibit four distinctive characteristics. These characteristics include • a notochord, which is a flexible skeletal support rod embedded in an animal’s back • a hollow nerve cord that runs along the animal’s backFile Size: KB.
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Terms in this set (84) the typical vertebrate body has what 3 regions. - head - trunk - tail. Cranialization. the developmental process of. Vertebrate Publishing is an award-winning publisher of outdoor books, guidebooks and ebooks.
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