3 edition of Chordate morphology found in the catalog.
|Statement||[by] Malcolm Jollie.|
|LC Classifications||QL799 .J64 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 478 p.|
|Number of Pages||478|
|LC Control Number||73162767|
Characteristics of Chordata. Animals in the phylum Chordata share four key features that appear at some stage during their development: a notochord, a dorsal hollow nerve cord, pharyngeal slits, and a post-anal tail ().In some groups, some of these are present only during embryonic development. The chordates are named for the notochord, which is a flexible, rod-shaped structure that is found. Characteristics of Chordata. Animals in the phylum Chordata share five key chacteristics that appear at some stage during their development: a notochord, a dorsal hollow (tubular) nerve cord, pharyngeal gill arches or slits, a post-anal tail, and an endostyle/thyroid gland ().In some groups, some of these key chacteristics are present only during embryonic development.
As chordates, all vertebrates have a similar anatomy and morphology with the same qualifying characteristics: a notochord, a dorsal hollow nerve cord, pharyngeal slits, and a post-anal tail. However, the subphylum Vertebrata is distinguished from the phylum Chordata by the development of the notochord into a bony backbone. Title: Chordate morphology Identifier: chordatemorpholo00joll Year: (s) Authors: Jollie, Malcolm Subjects: Morphology (Animals); Chordata Publisher: New York, Reinhold Contributing Library: MBLWHOI Library Digitizing Sponsor: MBLWHOI Library View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see Views:
chordate-like morphology on tri-partite body. chordate-like morphology on tri-partite body. Proboscis (ciliated and mucus producing traits) (stomochord) Collar (mouth) Trunk (gill slits present; ciliated to move water) Post-anal tail Open circulatory system, no formed elements. This book has been written to provide with necessary information on various aspects of parasitic infections for the students, mainly the undergraduate students of Medicine, allied sciences and.
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Chordata: More on Morphology. All chordates share four basic features. Chordates derive their name from one of their synapomorphies, or derived features indicating their common is the notochord, a semi-flexible rod running along the length of the those chordates which lack Chordate morphology book, muscles work against the notochord to move the animal.
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Title. Chordate morphology. Related Titles. Series: Reinhold books in the biological sciences. Jollie, Malcolm. Type. Book Material. Published material. A chordate (/ ˈ k ɔːr d eɪ t /) is Chordate morphology book animal of the phylum some period of their life cycle, chordates possess a notochord, a dorsal nerve cord, pharyngeal slits, and a post-anal tail: these four anatomical features define this tes are also bilaterally symmetric, and have a coelom, metameric segmentation, and circulatory system.
This book discusses the origin and evolution of chordates. Chordates are animals characterized by the possession of a notochord, a dorsal neural tube, somites, pharyngeal gills, an endostyle, and a. A Text Book of Chordates quantity. Add to cart. SKU: Category: Zoology Tag General Characters of Chordata, Classification of Chordata, Synoptic classification of chordata, Vertebrata 2.
Protochordata: Definition, General Characters, Classification of Protochordata, Detailed classification, Museum Specimens, Detailed Type. This books contains topics of four branches of Zoology, namely, Lower Non-Chordata, Higher Non-Chordata, Cell Biology and Genetics.
This textbook is meant for Degree students of all Indian Universities. It has been developed according to UGC Model Curriculum. Certain keynote aspects of this textbook are as follows: > Carefully redrawn diagrams. Comparative Chordate Morphology. 3 Credits. This is a combination lecture/lab course designed to introduce you to the systematics, history, and structure of the chordates, particularly the craniates.
Structural and functional similarities and differences among organs and organ systems of representative organisms as well as the use of. If an animal has a notochord during any stage of its life, it is classified as a chordate. Contrary to popular belief, chordates do not exclusively include vertebrates.
There are invertebrates that possess a notochord during some point in their lives and hence, are classified as chordates. A Text Book of Vertebrate Zoology by J.S. Kingsley. Publication date Topics zoology, taxonomy, biology, vertebrate, morphology Publisher Henry Holt & Co.
Collection opensource_textbooks; additional_collections Contributor hst Language English. Addeddate Identifier. Characteristics of Chordata. Animals in the phylum Chordata share five key chacteristics that appear at some stage during their development: a notochord, a dorsal hollow (tubular) nerve cord, pharyngeal gill arches or slits, a post-anal tail, and an endostyle/thyroid gland (Figure ).In some groups, some of these key chacteristics are present only during embryonic development.
Due to great diversity in chordate forms, different schemes of classification have been proposed by a number of taxonomists from time to time. The classification followed is simplified and is a synthesis of most recent classifications.
Table gives an outline classification of the phylum Chordata. Phylum Chordata. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker.
Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. Chordate morphology by Jollie, Malcolm. Publication date Topics Morphology (Animals), Chordata Publisher New York, Reinhold CollectionPages: Chordata is a phylum (group) of animals which have a notochord.
The group includes vertebrates, with some closely related invertebrates. Classification Taxonomy. Phylum Chordata. Tunicata - (tunicates, formerly Urochordata; 3, species) †Vetulicolia (8 Cambrian species. Metazoa, morphology, evolutionary developmental biology, fossils, anatomy Abstract In recent years, scientists have made remarkable progress reconstructing the animal phylogeny.
There is broad agreement regarding many deep animal relationships, including the monophyly of animals, Bilateria, Protostomia, Ecdysozoa, and Spiralia.
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The purpose of this book, now in its third edition, is to introduce the morphology of vertebrates in a context that emphasizes a comparison of structire and of the function of.
Comparative Chordate Anatomy: A Laboratory Text, Comparative Chordate Anatomy. An edition of Chordate morphology ()Pages: Examples of Phylum Chordata. The examples of phylum Chordata include the following: Lampreys. This chordate belongs to the sub-phylum Vertebrata.
It is a fish devoid of jaws and spends its larval stages as a filter-feeder. It gets transformed into a parasite as it grows into an adult. Sea Squirt.Download this stock image. Chordate morphology. Morphology (Animals); Chordata. B AXIS prezygapophysis (articular surface) postzygapophysis / ^„-,^^spine postzygapophysis C 3rd CERVICAL.
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