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Vertebrate Biology By Katherine Faull, Michael Kokkinn
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Companion notes to accompany the Course, Vertebrate Biology, comprising focussed study Modules. Each Module encompasses an individual vertebrate class, or a fundamental aspect of the physiology,... More > behaviour, ecology or anatomy of vertebrates. Further study and supplementation is recommended through the Study Questions, Practical Aspects and recommended Exercises accompanying each Module.< Less
Anatomy of Vertebrates By SIR RICHARD OWEN
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SIR RICHARD OWEN Anatomy of Vertebrates Sir Richard Owen, the great naturalist, was born July 20, 1804, at Lancaster, England, and received his early education at the grammar school of that town.... More > Thence he went to Edinburgh University. In 1826 he was admitted a member of the English College of Surgeons, and in 1829 was lecturing at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London, where he had completed his studies. His "Memoir on the Pearly Nautillus," published in 1832, placed him, says Huxley, "at a bound in the front rank of anatomical monographers," and for sixty-two years the flow of his contributions to scientific literature never ceased.< Less
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology Program and Abstracts (2009) By The Society of Vertebrate Paleontology
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Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology Program and Abstracts Book from the SVP 69th Annual Meeting and 57th Symposium of Vertebrate Palaeontology and Comparative Anatomy
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
Field and Laboratory Techniques in Vertebrate Biology By James Ryan
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This is a manual for those interested in studying vertebrate animals (fish, amphibians, reptiles,birds, and mammals). The manual includes 9 chapters and 56 exercises that allow students to practice... More > the techniques used by today's wildlife biologists. Each exercise in the manual contains step-by-step instructions covering a wide range of techniques. Exercises include setting up and implementing basic monitoring programs, capture and handling techniques, as well as a wide range of data analysis exercises. Exercises involving software rely on open source software programs where possible. The goal of the manual is to introduce students to a wide array of field techniques for studying vertebrates.< Less
Transversal Rotations in the Equine Vertebral Column By Jean Luc Cornille
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Many riding and training principles, which have been conceived prior to this knowledge, are unconsciously creating inverted rotation. These principles are ultimately hampering the horse’s... More > potential and placing the horse’s soundness in jeopardy. For instance, two schools of thought are commonly emphasized in relation to lateral bending. One school advises advancing the rider’s inside hip toward the horse’s vertebral column while looking in the direction of the movement. This technique is stimulating the wrong rotation. The move of the rider’s pelvis toward the horse’s medial line is shifting the horse’s dorsal spines toward the outside of the bend inducing inverted rotation< Less
Transversal Rotations in the Equine Vertebral Column By Jean Luc Cornille
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Many riding and training principles, which have been conceived prior to this knowledge, are unconsciously creating inverted rotation. These principles are ultimately hampering the horse’s... More > potential and placing the horse’s soundness in jeopardy. For instance, two schools of thought are commonly emphasized in relation to lateral bending. One school advises advancing the rider’s inside hip toward the horse’s vertebral column while looking in the direction of the movement. This technique is stimulating the wrong rotation. The move of the rider’s pelvis toward the horse’s medial line is shifting the horse’s dorsal spines toward the outside of the bend inducing inverted rotation< Less
Transversal Rotations in the Equine Vertebral Column By Jean Luc Cornille
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Many riding and training principles, which have been conceived prior to this knowledge, are unconsciously creating inverted rotation. These principles are ultimately hampering the horse’s... More > potential and placing the horse’s soundness in jeopardy. For instance, two schools of thought are commonly emphasized in relation to lateral bending. One school advises advancing the rider’s inside hip toward the horse’s vertebral column while looking in the direction of the movement. This technique is stimulating the wrong rotation. The move of the rider’s pelvis toward the horse’s medial line is shifting the horse’s dorsal spines toward the outside of the bend inducing inverted rotation< Less