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A study on comparative morphology and wood anatomy of some Myanmar Bignoniaceous species
Khaing Khaing Win.
|Statement||by Khaing Khaing Win.|
|Contributions||University of Mandalay. Dept. of Botany.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 70 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||70|
|LC Control Number||2009336457|
Start studying Comparative Morphology Exam 1. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. An individual population only encompasses species at a specific place, at a specific time, so even though there might be species at other places, it doesn't account for those, so the species diversity is lower than what it would be if it accounted for all organisms of that species.
The study of comparative anatomy was further advanced by the German zoologists F. Müller () and E. Haeckel (), who substantiated the theory of recapitulation and the basic biogenetic law, which makes it possible to recognize the organizational characteristics of remote ancestors in the ontogeny of animals. Morphological, anatomical and numerical taxonomy studies for some species of the fabaceae family. Haerinasab M, Rahiminejad M. A taxonomic revision of the genus Trifolium L. sect. Fragifera Koch (Fabaceae) in n journal of bot CeterT, Karaman S, Aytac Z, Baser B. Pollen morphology of the genus Oxyrtopis in Turkey.. Bangladesh journal .
Plant morphology "represents a study of the development, form, and structure of plants, and, by implication, an attempt to interpret these on the basis of similarity of plan and origin". There are four major areas of investigation in plant morphology, and each overlaps with another field of the biological sciences.. First of all, morphology is comparative, meaning that the morphologist. Plant Anatomy Lecture Notes. introduction to plant cells, plant morphology, plant anatomy, plant physiology, and plant diversity. Author(s): Dr. Jim Bidlack. NA Pages. This lecture note is targeted to plant scientists who may wish to use tissue culture and produce transgenic plants at some point in their research careers, but do not.
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A comparative morphological and anatomical study on the petioles and lamina of 22 taxa (species, subspecies and cultivars) of the genus Philodendron (subgenera Meconostigma, Pteromischum and Philodendron) has been made in order to investigate interspecic differences which may be useful in species identication.
We observed the structure of the tongues of some aquatic mammals in four species of Odontoceti (Stenella coeruleoalba, Lagenorhynchus obliquidens, Tursiops truncatus andMesoplodon stejnegeri) andZalophus californianus californianus using light microscopy (LM) as well as scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and compared the characteristics of the tongue of each animal by: Systematic studies in the genus Mohria (Pteridophyta: Anemiaceae) I.
Comparative morphology and anatomy of the rhizome and frond. Mohria is relatively homogeneous with respect to morphological and anatomical by: 3. A comparative study of Taxodium distichum (L.) Rich. and Taxodium mucronatum Ten.
was carried out on the basis of pollen morphology and wood anatomy by light and scanning electron microscopy. This study aimed to survey characters of the leaf anatomy of 16 species of Crotalaria L. occurring mostly in the cerrado (savanna) of central Brazil and in areas of restinga (coastal woodland, or.
PDF | The present study was carried out in four Artocarpus species namely A. chaplasha, A. heterophyllus, A. lakoocha and A. nitidus collected from the |. Comparative morphology can be described as the study of various structural patterns within the body of organisms belonging to different species.
It also compares the anatomy of organisms of different species so as to find out the differences as well as similarities between different organisms. Therefore, we decided to do a more comprehensive comparative study on the morphology of these species.
Similarly to other studies on morphologically cryptic species (e.g. Ragge and Reynolds ; Salomon et al. ), we examined specimens identified from their songs in order to find morphological characters that can be used reliably for Cited by: Universals in Comparative Morphology Suppletion, superlatives, and the structure of words goal of the book is a contribution to the search for the basic building blocks comparative Subject to some qualiﬁcations, the central claim is that (7a) is a possible representation, but that (7b) is universally disallowed.
File Size: 1MB. during neurulation some cells separate from the neural folds and form the neural crest cells what are special about the neural crest cells. most ectoderm cells are organized into sheets, they migrate and move together, however neural crest cells are individual and can migrate independently through the embryo.
Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by page. The author considers the Canellaceae to be composed of 6 genera: Canella, Pleodendron, Cinnamodendron, Capiscodendron, Warburgia, and Cinnamosma and.
after studying their xylem, compares the Canellaceae with members of the Parietales and Ranales, orders in which this family is placed in many taxonomic systems.
While the rays show some fairly advanced Cited by: Although, the wood anatomy of the Psychotria may be considered homogeneous, the statistical analyses, based on qualitative and quantitative features, allowed the segregation of the species. This contribution represents an extension of an earlier report covering the morphology and anatomy of the stem of flowering plants (Dickison ).
As such, I have found it convenient to organize recent research under many of the same topic Author: William C. Dickison. Comparative Leaf Morphology and Anatomy of Three Asteraceae Species Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology The structural features and the cavity’s location at the leaf primordia on P.
ruderale confirmed the description made by Solereder (). A comparative wood anatomical study of 28 Diospyros L. species described by earlier workers to be present in Sri Lanka was carried out. The diagnostic features of wood anatomical characters of the taxa concerned were evaluated by employing standard statistical methods such as Principal Component Analysis, Cluster Analysis and Discriminant Analysis.
This study has examined morphology, anatomy and palynology characters of six species, two subspecies and two varieties of perennial Onobrychis growing in the NE Iran. In morphological study, the shape, size and color of vegetative organs and legume were assessed.
Study of comparing the anatomy (physical or physiological traits) of organisms. Subcategories: homologous, analogous, and vestigial structures If we compare the anatomy of many animals, we will find homologous and analogous structures. Morphology and Anatomy of Plants.
The purpose of this exercise is to briefly examine a few plants to become familiar with their external morphology (study of form) and internal anatomy (how they are put together inside).
But before we begin, let us first determine what organism is meant by the word"plants.". Comparative morphology is analysis of the patterns of the locus of structures within the body plan of an organism, and forms the basis of taxonomical categorization.
Functional morphology is the study of the relationship between the structure and function of morphological features. Comparative anatomy and morphology of fleshy fruit in bambusoideae Mature fruits in Olmeca reflexa are globose and smaller, varying in size from 2 to 4 cm long, compared with O.
recta with somewhat larger globose fruits 3–5 cm long (de la Cruz Aparicio, ).Author: Eduardo Ruiz-Sanchez, Victoria Sosa, Teresa Mejía-Saules, Judith Márquez-Guzmán.Comparative anatomy is the study of similarities and differences in the anatomy of different species.
It is closely related to evolutionary biology and phylogeny. The science began in the classical era, continuing in Early Modern times with work by Pierre Belon who noted the similarities of the skeletons of birds and humans. Comparative anatomy has provided .A study on the anatomy of the braincase and middle and inner ears of Mesosuchus browni is published by Sobral & Müller ().
A study on the anatomy of the holotype of Teyujagua paradoxa and on the phylogenetic relationships of this species is published online by Pinheiro, De Simão-Oliveira & Butler (). New taxa.