Contents Preface. 1. Phylum Chordata. 2. Subphylum Urochordata (Tunicata). 3. Subphylum Cephalochordata. 4. Subphylum Vertebrata (Craniata). 5. Class Cyclostomata. 6. Super Class Pisces (Fishes). 7. Class Amphibia. 8. Class Reptilia. 9. Class Aves. 10. Class Mammalia. Life has an immense variety of forms that arose by the process of biological evolution but all living organism share a master plan of structural and functional organization. This text objective Chordate Zoology is condensed version of a larger and more comprehensive book. The specific field of Chordate Zoology are presented dynamically based on selective and advanced objective question from which the student can draw his own conclusions. In order to avoid repetition of question we have tried to integrate the recent advance objective question from all section viz. Anatomy physiology functional properties of chordates like fish Amphibia reptiles Aves and mammals on his merit basis if these are followed up it is hoped that considerable information may be obtained about each group of chordates. It is hoped that in its present form the book objective Chordate Zoology will be use university and all interested in zoology. 169 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 57509
Title: Objective Chordate Zoology
Publication Date: 2005
Book Condition: As New
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