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Semi-open circulatory system By Ramin Amirmardfar
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Zoologists put all animals in the three groups: 1) Lack the circulatory system 2) Open circulatory system 3) Closed circulatory system But for the first time, I use the term "semi-open... More > circulatory system" and put the animals in four groups: 1) Lack the circulatory system 2) Open circulatory system 3) Semi-open circulatory system 4) Closed circulatory system Why did I do that? This classification helps to better reveal the relationship between the power of the circulatory system and the body size of the animals. This is a missing chain link in the classification of animals. Why scientists before I, were unable to discover, the relationship between power of circulatory system and size of the animals? Because they ignoring this chain link. I put the chain link in self-place and revealed the relationship between power of circulatory system and size of the animals.< Less
A Dictionary For Vertebrate Zoology By Tim Williams
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With over 14,700 entries, this dictionary is the most comprehensive reference work of its kind available today. It fulfills the need for a zoological work that combines the concise presentation of a... More > dictionary, a brief etymology for each term, and the inclusion of the general terms one would meet during a zoology course. Vertebrate zoology is not studied in isolation, therefore the more common terms from the fields of Anatomy, Animal Behavior, Biochemistry, Cell Structure and Function, Cytology, Earth History, Ecology, Embryology, Endocrinology, Evolution, Genetics, Palaeontology, Physiology, Taxonomy and Zoogeography have been included. There is comprehensive taxonomic coverage of every vertebrate family and many species that are of particular interest. Appendices give an outline classification of the animal kingdom and provide an overview of geological time. This dictionary is the standard reference and will be invaluable to those with an interest in zoology. For more details see www.trw-books.com< Less
A Dictionary for Vertebrate Zoology By Tim Williams
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With over 14,700 entries, this dictionary is the most comprehensive reference work of its kind available today. It fulfills the need for a zoological work that combines the concise presentation of a... More > dictionary, a brief etymology for each term, and the inclusion of the general terms one would meet during a zoology course. Vertebrate zoology is not studied in isolation, therefore the more common terms from the fields of Anatomy, Animal Behavior, Biochemistry, Cell Structure and Function, Cytology, Earth History, Ecology, Embryology, Endocrinology, Evolution, Genetics, Palaeontology, Physiology, Taxonomy and Zoogeography have been included. There is comprehensive taxonomic coverage of every vertebrate family and many species that are of particular interest. Appendices give an outline classification of the animal kingdom and provide an overview of geological time. This dictionary is the standard reference and will be invaluable to those with an interest in zoology. For more details see www.trw-books.com< Less
A Dictionary for Vertebrate Zoology By Tim Williams
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With over 14,700 entries, this dictionary is the most comprehensive reference work of its kind available today. It fulfills the need for a zoological work that combines the concise presentation of a... More > dictionary, a brief etymology for each term, and the inclusion of the general terms one would meet during a zoology course. Vertebrate zoology is not studied in isolation, therefore the more common terms from the fields of Anatomy, Animal Behavior, Biochemistry, Cell Structure and Function, Cytology, Earth History, Ecology, Embryology, Endocrinology, Evolution, Genetics, Palaeontology, Physiology, Taxonomy and Zoogeography have been included. There is comprehensive taxonomic coverage of every vertebrate family and many species that are of particular interest. Appendices give an outline classification of the animal kingdom and provide an overview of geological time. This dictionary is the standard reference and will be invaluable to those with an interest in zoology.< Less
Minnesota Wildlife Biology, an Ecological Approach By James Schultz
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250 page (8 1/2x11) Wildlife Biology Text written by a teacher for anyone interested in nature, ecology, wildlife management, managing land for wildlife. Great book for naturalists, schools (middle... More > school on up) especially in classes dealing with wildlife, forestry, botany, environmental science, STEM and for those who want to understand the natural world around them. Covers ecology, nutrient cycles, biomes, biotic factors, abiotic factors, population ecology, succession, wetland biology, upland biology, mammal biology, waterfowl biology, identification, natural history, classification, scientific method, engineering design, how to manage your own land using Minnesota native species and more. Over 1000 beautiful photographs, charts and specialized graphics help you picture and learn the concepts taught in this book. Author has 33 years experience teaching high school biology, botany, zoology and wildlife biology. He also has a degree in wildlife management and a masters in secondary science education.< Less
The Biology, Physiology and Sociology of Reproduction By T Hall
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The casual observer, even if he watches thoughtfully the various activities of plants and animals, would hardly believe these activities capable of classification into two general classes. He notes... More > the germination of the plant seed and its early growth, step by step approaching a stage of maturity; it blossoms, produces seed, and if it is an annual plant, withers and dies. If it is a perennial plant its leaves only, wither and die at the approach of winter, the plant passing into a resting stage from which it awakes the following spring to repeat again its annual cycle.< Less
A Dictionary for Invertebrate Zoology By Tim Williams
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This reference work is the most comprehensive and up to date dictionary for invertebrate zoology currently available. The 21,500 entries cover etymology, invertebrate anatomy, biology, reproduction... More > and provide an extensive taxonomic coverage of the 36 invertebrate phyla down to the level of family, including numerous subfamilies and many species that are of particular interest. Invertebrate zoology is not studied in isolation and thus the dictonary contains many terms that one would normally come across from the related fields of Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Ecology, Earth History, Genetics, Paleontology, Physiology, Taxonomy and Zoogeography. There is also a brief introduction to scientific Latin and Greek and an appendix giving an outline classification of the animal kingdom. This dictionary is the standard reference for students and will also be invaluable for naturalists and all those with an interest in invertebrate zoology. For more details and previews see www.trw-books.com< Less
Dread Scot.. are there others! By Joseph Russell, Jr.
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They didn’t awake but I saw the age of Adeline. It were as miniscule as a man called Ove. A false positive is among a Classification watch of Phylum, Subphylum, Class, Codex, Family, Genre,... More > and Species of earlier Yester year, is often called the new systematics, and uses many of the ideas and methods established in the nineteenth century, but it goes much farther in attempting to bring all pertinent information into proper focus. The populations of animals of a kind like [[Intelligence]], not the Psychology of individual, are the primary concern. In addition to the subjective, qualitative treatment, there is also a quantitative approach. Not only is there an analysis of differences and similarities, but also an attempt to synthesize a unified natural system.< Less
Comparative Linguistics (The Birth of Creoles) By Bob Lapierre
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With so many books, studies, and essays written about language, Bob Lapierre wanted to come forth with something truly original in his classification of this highly sophisticated and complex human... More > art form. He wished to write this book in a language that a young person can understand. Yet, he wanted to forthrightly explain that language is only a symbol; it is a universal tool for communication between the “animated.” In a more abstract definition, he expressed that language is a system of forms and conventions used for communications in a community. In this book, Bob Lapierre revealed a list of 127 pidgin and Creole languages spoken.< Less
Comparative Linguistics (The Birth of Creoles) By Bob Lapierre
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With so many books, studies, and essays written about language, Bob Lapierre wanted to come forth with something truly original in his classification of this highly sophisticated and complex human... More > art form. He wished to write this book in a language that a young person can understand. Yet, he wanted to ingenuously explain that language is only a symbol; it is a universal tool for communication between the “animated.” In a more abstract definition, he expressed that language is a system of forms and conventions used for communications in a community. In this book, Bob Lapierre revealed a list of 127 pidgin and Creole languages spoken.< Less