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Histological aspects of metamorphosis of Ambystoma tigrinum (Green)

Ira Rockwood Telford

Histological aspects of metamorphosis of Ambystoma tigrinum (Green)

by Ira Rockwood Telford

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Published by The University of Utah in Salt Lake City .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Metamorphosis,
  • Salamanders

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL668 C2 T4
    The Physical Object
    Pagination12p.
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16816024M

    Double posterior hindlimb stylopodia of small (60−80 mm) axolotl and Ambystoma tigrinum larvae healed for 10−14 days regenerated an average of fibulae, tarsals, and toes, whereas after a 32‐day healing period they regenerated an average of fibulae, tarsals, and toes (Stocum, ). There was no effect of Cited by:   Background Amphibians are animals strongly dependent on environmental conditions, like temperature, water accessibility, and the trophic state of the reservoirs. Thus, they can be used in modern palaeoenvironmental analysis, reflecting ecological condition of the biotope. Methods To analyse the observed diversity in the temnospondyl Metoposaurus krasiejowensis from Late Triassic deposits in Cited by: 5.

    This detailed volume focuses on best practices and conditions for maintaining the most commonly used salamander species in the laboratory. Salamanders in Regeneration Research: Methods and Protocols guides readers through experimental manipulations in vivo and in vitro, methods on targeting a wide variety of structures, ranging from the limb to the heart and to the brain, and. Citing an Abstract in the SVP Program and Abstracts Book This Program and Abstracts Book is an official supplement to the online version of the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. The citation format for an abstract printed in this book is: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Program and Abstracts, ,. 4.

    Metamorphosis to the adult, usually a terrestrial form, results in the development of lungs. (Ambystoma tigrinum) Crawshaw, G., & Weinkle, K. () Clinical and pathological aspects of. Part II The Development of the Frog The Frog - From the Production of the Germ Cells through Gastrulation. The embryology of the Frog, Rana sp., will be taken up as the first example of the development of a true Vertebrate, being a valuable object for such study for the following reasons: In the first place its earlier history furnishes an excellent transition between the corre sponding.


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Histological aspects of metamorphosis of Ambystoma tigrinum (Green) by Ira Rockwood Telford Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Histological aspects of metamorphosis of Ambystoma tigrinum (green). [Ira Rockwood Telford]. Acceleration ofAmbystoma tigrinum metamorphosis by corticotropin-releasing hormone Article in Journal of Experimental Zoology (1) June with 21 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Abstract. The aim of this paper is to assemble a significant amount of information on Ambystoma mexicanum, the axolotl salamander, to assist in the basic knowledge needed to raise, breed, and study most aspects of axolotl is important to understand the basic biology of the axolotl in order to make informed decisions on their proper care and use in by: 9.

Spontaneous mastocytomas have been described in the neotenic salamander (Ambystoma mexicanum /Axolotl) and tiger salamander, A. tigrinum (Harshbarger et al., ). Tumor protrusions (from 2 mm to 2 cm in diameter) were moderately unencapsulated cell masses infiltrated in the dermis and hypodermis with the destruction of intervening tissues.

Full text of "The brain of the tiger salamander, Ambystoma tigrinum" See other formats. Pathogenicity and Transmission of Chytridiomycosis in Tiger Salamanders (Ambystoma tigrinum) Article (PDF Available) in Copeia (3) September with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Bioaccumulation of malathion and its impact on Ambystoma tigrinum was studied by Henson-Ramsey et al.

The toxic was administered by two methods: soil contamination with malathion in a concentration of 50 and μg/cm 2 and food—the administration of earthworms that lived on a malathion-contaminated soil in a concentration of μg/cm : Liliana Cristina Soare, Alina Păunescu, Ponepal Cristina Maria.

(A) Histological section through skin of larval tiger salamander (Ambystoma tigrinum) showing prominent Leydig cells (arrows). (B) During metamorphosis, the Leydig cells degenerate and release their secretions that are thought to contribute to the relative impermesbility of the skin of a terrestrial adult.

Conservation Science Webinar Series. (Ambystoma tigrinum mavortium, BTS) following the introduction of BTS in the s and s. Hybrids are known to outperform native salamanders in a variety of ecological traits such as size at metamorphosis, distance-walking ability, and predation.

Timing of metamorphosis varies greatly, even within populations, and larval overwintering occurs in some populations that breed in permanent ponds (Phillips and Sexton, ; Whitford and Vinegar, ).

Metamorphosis typically occurs 8–16 wk after hatching, when larvae reach – mm SVL (Worthington, ; Talentino and Landre, ). Duellman, W.E. Observations on autumn movements of the salamander Ambystoma tigrinum tigrinum in southeastern Michigan.

Copeia – Duellman, W.E. The salamander Plethodon richmondi in southwestern Ohio. Copeia – Duellman, W.E. Notes on reptiles and amphibians from Arizona. Objective. The biological effects of the herbicide atrazine on freshwater vertebrates are highly controversial. In an effort to resolve the controversy, we conducted a qualitative meta-analysis on the effects of ecologically relevant atrazine concentrations on amphibian and fish survival, behavior, metamorphic traits, infections, and immune, endocrine, and reproductive by: in a series of papers () and in his book () attempted to correlate the differentiation of the nervous system with the development of behaviour in Ambystoma tigrinum (Green ) (punctatwn), but barely mentioned the structure of the muscles.

This paper attempts to correlate myogenesis with the. The brain of the tiger salamander, Ambystoma tigrinum. Chicago,Univ. of Chicago Press[] Cross references: Salamander Salamander Brain Diagram Salamander Brain OCR Salamander Brain Text Salamander Brain Illustrations Salamander Brain Downloads Although the PDF of the download consists of both images of all the pages and an Opitcal Character Reader (OCR) of the text, I was able to copy-and-paste only the OCR of the text, not the images.

A synthesis of developmental genetics with evolutionary genetics is now making possible to understand significant evolutionary changes in multicellular organisms.

The key concept for unifying the two must be heterochrony. Heterochrony causes evolutionary modifications due to changes in timing and/or rate of development. The heterochrony is conventionally categorized into three patterns as Cited by:   A comprehensive review of atrazine including its use, properties, environmental fate, toxicological effects, occurrence in water, a summary of criteria for drinking water and the efficiency of various water treatment options for its removal was by: Copeia.

Sign In View Cart Help. Scott SA, Cooper E, Diamond J () Merkel cells as targets of the mechano-sensory nerves in salamander (Ambystoma tigrinum) skin. Proc R Soc Lond [Biol] – Google Scholar Shelton PMJ () The lateral line system at metamorphosis in Xenopus laevis (Daudin).

Range Extent. Score F - 20, km squared (about 8, square miles). Commentsquare Kilometers from Natural Heritage Program range maps. Long-term Trend.

Score B - Large Decline (decline of %). Comment Very few sites in drainages with suitable habitat are occupied. State populations are thought to have declined precipitously in the s, possibly due to.

Disease of, or trauma to, the human jaw account for thousands of reconstructive surgeries performed every year. One of the most popular and successful treatment options in this context involves the transplantation of bone tissue from a different anatomical region into the affected jaw.

Although, this method has been largely successful, the integration of the new bone into the existing bone is Cited by: 1.These species may be asymptomatic, live in t he community and act as vectors.

Among them are the American Bullfrog (Lithobates catesbeianus), Cane Toad (Rhinella marina), Xen opus spp., Eastern Tiger Salamander (Ambystoma tigrinum) and Cricket Frog (Acris gryllus) (Daszak et al. ). A ll of these species have been introduced PAGE A STUDY OF THE ACTION OF ACTINOMYCIN D ON THE REGENERATION OF THE TAIL OFTHE LARVAE OF AMBYSTOMA TIGRINUM, NGUYEN VAN DOI.

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