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Reproductive adaptations and oviducal histology in a primitive frog (Ascaphus truei) with internal fertilization

Janice M. Lapsansky

Reproductive adaptations and oviducal histology in a primitive frog (Ascaphus truei) with internal fertilization

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tailed frog -- Reproduction.

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    Statementby Janice M. Lapsansky.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 42 leaves ;
    Number of Pages42
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13591145M


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Amphibian reproductive modes are diverse and are characterised by complex adaptations, including vast variability in life history traits and different parental investment : Hartmut Greven. 1 Part II - The Period of Fertilization; 2 Transportation of the Gametes.

Introduction. Activities of the Male and Female Gametes in Their Migration to the Site of Fertilization; B. Transportation of the Sperm Within the Male Accessory Reproductive Structures. Transportation of Sperm from the Testis to the External Orifice of the.

Introduction. The female reproductive system of amphibians, as in most vertebrates, consists of paired ovaries and oviducts.

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Hormones and Reproduction of Vertebrates Preface to the Series Every aspect of our physiology and behavior is either regulated directly by hormones or modified by their actions, as exemplified by the essential and diverse roles of hormones in reproductive processes.

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The morphology and histology of the alimentary canal of Serpulorbis zelandicus is described, with an account of the ciliary currents and mode of function of the stomach and crystalline style caecum. The female reproductive system shows adaptations for current fertilization and for incubation of the eggs within the shell of the female.

Therefore, the frogs become sluggish and inactive. Frog does not respire with the lungs, respiration takes place through skin.

The general vital activities of the animal are so low that very little expenditure of the energy is needed to maintain life. Frog does not take any food but consume energy stored in their body in the form of glycogen.

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