By Bairbre O'Malley MvB MRCVS
The 1st in-depth textbook of its type, this source offers completely with the comparative anatomy and body structure of unique species - small mammals, reptiles, and birds. For those as a rule encountered species, it highlights scientific issues for veterinary therapy. The ebook is seriously illustrated with transparent line diagrams, radiographs, and colour illustrations, explaining sincerely the functioning of unique species.
- The first textbook to supply accomplished assurance of the comparative anatomy and body structure of unique species.
- Written particularly to offer the veterinary practitioner a greater realizing of the functioning of unique species.
- Profusely illustrated with transparent line diagrams, radiographs, and colour plates.
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Many chelonia produce females at high temperatures and males at low temperatures. • Some lizards, such as the Rainbow lizard (Agama agama) produce the opposite: males at high temperatures and females at low temperatures. 11 • (a) Snake tail showing normal inverted hemipenis lying caudal to cloaca. (b) Hemipenis everted out through cloaca. The male The testes produce the sperm and also secrete the hormones responsible for mating behavior and secondary sexual characteristics. Testicular size varies with season and therefore with light, temperature, and food supply.
The bladder is often a reservoir of fluid in tortoises and, being osmotically permeable, substantial water can be reabsorbed from it in times of drought. Aquatic turtles use their bladder to help reabsorb sodium and as a buoyancy aid (Bentley 1976; Fox 1977; Minnich 1982). Reptile kidneys lack a loop of Henle, pelvis, and pyramids. The reptile nephron consists of a glomerulus, a long, thick proximal convoluted tubule, a short, thin intermediate segment, and a shorter distal tubule. In male snakes and lizards the terminal segment of the kidney has become a sexual segment.
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