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Mammalian characteristics:. Cranial (skull) features. Lizards & snakes Crocodiles Dinosaurs & birds. Mammals & reptile-like mammals. Turtles. Anapsida. Diapsida. Amphibians. Saurapsida. Synapsida. -ca. 320 mya. Amniota. -evolution of cleidoic (shelled) egg;
Mammalian Chlamydiosis. Overview. Organism History Epidemiology Transmission Disease in Humans Disease in Animals Prevention and Control. The Organism. The Organism. Chlamydiaceae Obligate intracellular bacteria Gram negative Two forms Infective elementary body
Mammalian Reproduction. Group 2 III-Cesium. Male reproductive anatomy (overview). Internal reproductive organs: Gonads: produce gametes and hormones Accessory glands: secrete products essential for sperm movement Ducts: carry the sperm and glandular secretions
Mammalogy (Fall 2013 Althoff - reference FDVM Chapter 8). LEC 09. Mammalian Senses. Senses. Well-developed compared to most all other classes (i.e., fishes, reptiles, etc.)
Mammalian Lungs. List the features of the mammalian lung that adapt it to efficient gaseous exchange
THE HUMAN GENOME SERIES. MAMMALIAN GENES. I. Conservation and Slow Evolution (today). II. Functional Innovation and Rapid Change (Feb 10). Your genome!. Feb 3. Feb 10. S L O W. F A S T. Questions. Are we ‘just’ E. coli, except more so? Where do new genes come from?
Mammalian Injuries. Wilderness Medical Consortium Matthew Sholl. Outline. General comments Frequency of mammalian injuries Etiology of an injury General approach to mammalian injuries Bite characteristics To Close or Not To Close Injury patterns based on species
Mammalian Anatomy. Rat Dissection. Dorsal Trunk Musculature. Dorsal. Anterior. Posterior. Hind Limb – Antagonistic Muscles. Quadriceps (extension). Biceps Femoralis (flexion). Ventral Trunk Musculature. Throat Region - Superficial. Thymus Gland. Larynx. Throat Region showing Trachea.
Mammalian Classification. Class Mammalia. Subclass Prototheria- extinct mammals with unique skull structure Subclass Theria- Living mammals distinguished by skull Infraclass Ornithodelphia- Monotremes Infraclass Metatheria- Marsupials Infraclass Eutheria- Placentals. Order Monotremata.