comparative anatomy

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the study of anatomical features of animals of different species

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Comparative morphology of the gonadal structure related to reproductive strategies in six species of neotropical catfishes (Teleostei: Siluriformes).
Comparative morphology of the first instar of three species of Metopia Meigen (Diptera: Sarcophagidae, Miltogramminae).
Comparative morphology of eggs of the Haplorchinac (trematoda), Heterophyidae and some other medically important heterophyid and opisthorchiid fulkes.
Contributions to the study of the comparative morphology of teeth and other relevant ichthyodorulites in living supraespecific taxa of Chondrichthyan fishes.
Comparative Morphology of the Uro genital Ducts in Salamanders Morphological aspects of the genital kidney have been recently reviewed by Aranzabal (2003; 2009); however, the most in-depth review of this structure was by Williams et al.
At another point, Mayr argues that comparative morphology did not consciously become evolutionary morphology until the 1950s, with the rise of the new evolutionary synthesis, of which Mayr was one of the chief architects.
In the next section of the book he presents a comparative morphology, addressing pronominal, anaphoric, and deictic stems; dual and plural markers; relational markers; derivational suffixes; non-finite and finite forms of verbs; negative/prohibitive particles; interrogative, relative, and indefinite stems; and indeclinables and concluding with a discussion of Proto-Indo-European morphology and its prehistoric development.
A comparative morphology of the alimentary canal in the adults of ground-beetles (Coleoptera).
This study considers the potential paleobiogeographic origin for the Deccan molluscan fauna on the basis of statistically assisted comparative morphology. Identifying a possible origin for Deccan fauna may better constrain the geographic position of the Indian subcontinent near the end of the Cretaceous and the phylogeny of viviparids in the eastern hemisphere.
The contributors come from the fields of comparative morphology, nutritional physiology, ecological physiology, and immunology and discuss such diverse topics as concepts of digestive efficiency, mass-balance models, and dietary fatty acids in fish.
Cladistics and the comparative morphology of linyphiid spiders and their relatives (Araneae, Araneoidea, Linyphiidae).
Comparative morphology and ecology of two species of Litomosoides (Nematoda, Filarioidea) of rodents in Florida, with a key to the species of Litomosoides Chandler, 1931.
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