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  • Muscles of Vertebrates: Comparative Anatomy, Evolution, Homologies and Development

Muscles of Vertebrates: Comparative Anatomy, Evolution, Homologies and Development

  • 40.00€

Tags: Vertebrates anatomy, Muscles: comparative anatomy, Evolution and development through time, Fossil animals, Comparative phylogenetics, Homo sapiens.


The Vertebrata is one of the most speciose groups of animals, comprising more than 58,000 living species. " It includes hundreds of illustrations, as well as numerous tables showing the homologies between the muscles of all the major extant vertebrate taxa, including lampreys, elasmobranchs, hagfish, coelacanths, dipnoans, actinistians, teleosts, halecomorphs, ginglymodians, chondrosteans, caecilians, anurans, urodeles, turtles, lepidosaurs, crocodylians, birds, and mammals such as monotremes, rodents, tree-shrews, flying lemurs and primates, including modern humans.This book will be useful to students, teachers, and researchers working in fields such as functional morphology, ecomorphology, evolutionary developmental biology, zoology, molecular biology, evolution, and phylogeny. As the book includes crucial information about the anatomy, development, homologies, evolution and muscular abnormalities of our own species, Homo sapiens, it will also be helpful to physicians and medical students. 480 p.

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CATEGORIES:

Anatomy/Physiology
Archaeozoology/Paleontology

 

Authors expertises affiliations

  • Rui Diogo. Associate Professor. Department of Anthropology, George Washington University, Washington, DC (USA).
  • Virginia Abdala. Professor, Instituto de Herpetologia, Fundacion Miguel Lillo--CONICET, Universidad Nacional deTucuman (Argentina).

     
  • Publication date (electronic format): 2010-07.

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