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Development in mammals.

Development in mammals.

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Published by North-Holland Publishing Co in Amsterdam (etc.), Oxford .
Written in English


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ContributionsJohnson, Martin H. 1944-
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21434525M
ISBN 100444805060
OCLC/WorldCa256516693

The Evolution of Mammals Mammals are vertebrates. They have a backbone which encloses a sheath of nerves that lead in turn to a brain in a box or skull. They also have four limbs and special pentadactyl ends to these limbs (i.e. 5 fingers and toes). Reptiles, amphibians and even birds – as well as [ ].   From shrews to blue whales, placental mammals are among the most diverse and successful vertebrates on the Earth. Arising sometime near the Late Cretaceous, this broad clade of mammals contains more than 1, genera and approximately 4, extant species. Although much studied, the origin and diversification of the placentals continue to be a source of /5(3).

Mammals. Mammals have evolved an intricate anatomic and physiologic system for local thermoregulation of the testis that involves placement of the testis outside the body cavity, exchange of heat between the body core and testis through countercurrent mechanisms in the pampiniform plexus, and regulation of heat loss to the surrounding air by means of muscular control of the placement of the. This final chapter on the processes of early development will extend our survey of vertebrate development to include fish, birds, and mammals. The amphibian embryos described in the previous chapter divide by means of radial holoblastic cleavage. Cleavage in bird, reptile, and fish eggs is meroblastic, with only a small portion of the cytoplasm being used to make cells.

  Development of the sex ducts in mammals is dependent upon a poorly understood, sex-independent morphogenesis of the ductal systems, and a subsequent hormone-dependent modification that . 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 with updated.


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