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H.R. Singh,Khanna Singh

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ISBN 10: 8185375755 ISBN 13: 9788185375755

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About this Item: Narendra Publishing House, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. Table of Contents I. CHARACTERS AND CLASSIFICATION : 1. Introduction 2. Classification (Berg; Romer; Berlin and Arambourg; Greenwood et al. Lauder and Liem, and Rough el al.) 3. Classification of Teleostei II. OSTRACODERMS AND PLACODERMS : 1. Euphanerida 2. Pteraspida (Heterostraci) 3. Anaspida 4. Cephalaspida 5. The Coelolepida Origin and Inter Relationship of Ostracoderms 6. Placoderms : The Palaeozoic Fishes Acanthodii 7. Coccostei (Arthrodira) 8. Pterichthyes (Antiarchi) 9. Stegoselachii 10. Palaeospondyli III. CYCLOSTOMES : 1. Petromyzontia 2. Myxinoidca 3. Biology of Petromyzon 4. External Features 5. Skeleton 6. Alimentary Canal 7. Respiratory Organs 8. Blood Vascular System 9. Brain and Sense Organs 10. Reproduction and Spawning 11. Ammocoete Larva 12. Structure, Feeding, Metamorphosis 13. Lampreys and Hagfishes 14. Affinities of Cyclosiomes 15. Similarities with Amphioxus 15. Primitive Characters of Cyclostomes 16. Specialised Characters of Cyclostomes 17. Relationship with Fishes 18. Relationship with Ostracoderms IV. CHONDRICHTHYES : 1. The Earliest Elasmobranchs 2. The Sharks and Rays 3. The Holocephali 4. Salient Features 5. Endoskeleton 6. Respiratory Organs 7. Heart and Kidneys 8. Reproductive Organs 9. Brain and Sense Organs 10. Affinities of Holocephali 11. Characters Showing Affinity with Elasmobranchs 12. Characters Showing Resemblances with Teleosls 13. Specialised Characters of Holocephali V. TELEOSTOMES : 1. Osteichthyes 2. Crossopterygii 3. Rhipidistia 4. Actinistia (Coelacanthiformes) 5. Salient Features of Latimeria (Coelacanth) 6. Significance and Phylogeny 7. Dipnoi 8. Classification 9. Habits and Life Cycle of Dipnoi 10. Lepidosiren Paradoxa 11. Affinities of Dipnoi 12. Resemblance with Amphibians 13. Specialised Characters of Dipnoi VI. ACTINOPTERYGII : 1. Palaeonisciformes 2. Polypteriformes 3. Acipenseriformes 4. Amiiformes 5. The Teleosteans 6. Some Teleostean Fishes VII. EPIDERMIS AND EXOSKELETON : 1. Histology 2. Epithelial Cells 3. Mucous Cells 4. Club Cells 5. Sacciform Cells 6. Functions of the Integument 7. Colouration 8. Change in Colour 9. Mechanism of Colour Change 10. Significance and Uses of Colouration 11. Exoskeleton 12. Placoid Scale 13. Cycloid Scale 14. Ctenoid Scale 15. Cosmoid Scale 16. Ganoid Scale 17. Uses of Scales VIII. FINS AND THEIR ORIGIN : 1. Structure of the Fin 2. Median Fins 3. Caudal Fin 4. Paired Fins 5. Origin of Paired Fins IX. SKELETAL SYSTEM : 1. Axial Skeleton 2. Vertebral Column 3. Structure of a Trunk Vertebra 4. Structure of a Complex Vertebra 5. Structure of A Pre-caudal and Caudal Vertebra, Urostyle 6. Median Fins 7. Ribs 8. Skull 9. The Visceral Skeleton 10. The Mandibular Arch 11. The Hyoid Arch 12. The Opercular Bones 13. Branchial Arches 14. The Appendicular Skeleton 15. Pectoral Girdle 16. Pelvic Girdle X. CARDIO-VASCULAR SYSTEM : 1. Structure of the Heart in Scoliodon 2. Structure of the Heart in Teleosts 3. Histology 4. Innervation 5. Afferent and Efferent Branchial Vessels in Scoliodon 6. Afferent and Efferent Vessels in Teleosts 7. Composition of Blood 8. Polymorphism in Haemoglobin XI. STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF GILLS : 1. Structure of a Gill 2. Gill Arch 3. Gill Filaments 4. Gill Lamellae 5. Gill Epithelium 6. Blood Supply of a Gill 7. Ventilation of Gills 8. Other Organs of Respiration 9. Pseudobranch 10. Structure 11. Histology 12. Functions XII. Air BREATHING ORGANS : 1. Skin 2. Gills 3. Alimentary Canal 4. Air Bladder 5. Buccopharynx 6. Opercular Cavity 7. Respiratory Membrane 8. Air Breathing Organs of Heteropneimtes 9. Air breathing Organs of Anabas 10. Air breathing organs of Trichogaster 11. Air Breathing Organs of Mudskippers 12. Diurnal fluctuations in Aerial Respiration 13. Origin and Significance of the Air Breathing Organs XIII. SWIM BLADDER AND ITS MODIFICATIONS : 1. Structural Modifications 2 Printed Pages: 0. Seller Inventory # 63874

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H.R. Singh,Khanna Singh

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About this Item: Narendra Publishing House, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. Table of Contents I. CHARACTERS AND CLASSIFICATION : 1. Introduction 2. Classification (Berg; Romer; Berlin and Arambourg; Greenwood et al. Lauder and Liem, and Rough el al.) 3. Classification of Teleostei II. OSTRACODERMS AND PLACODERMS : 1. Euphanerida 2. Pteraspida (Heterostraci) 3. Anaspida 4. Cephalaspida 5. The Coelolepida Origin and Inter Relationship of Ostracoderms 6. Placoderms : The Palaeozoic Fishes Acanthodii 7. Coccostei (Arthrodira) 8. Pterichthyes (Antiarchi) 9. Stegoselachii 10. Palaeospondyli III. CYCLOSTOMES : 1. Petromyzontia 2. Myxinoidca 3. Biology of Petromyzon 4. External Features 5. Skeleton 6. Alimentary Canal 7. Respiratory Organs 8. Blood Vascular System 9. Brain and Sense Organs 10. Reproduction and Spawning 11. Ammocoete Larva 12. Structure, Feeding, Metamorphosis 13. Lampreys and Hagfishes 14. Affinities of Cyclosiomes 15. Similarities with Amphioxus 15. Primitive Characters of Cyclostomes 16. Specialised Characters of Cyclostomes 17. Relationship with Fishes 18. Relationship with Ostracoderms IV. CHONDRICHTHYES : 1. The Earliest Elasmobranchs 2. The Sharks and Rays 3. The Holocephali 4. Salient Features 5. Endoskeleton 6. Respiratory Organs 7. Heart and Kidneys 8. Reproductive Organs 9. Brain and Sense Organs 10. Affinities of Holocephali 11. Characters Showing Affinity with Elasmobranchs 12. Characters Showing Resemblances with Teleosls 13. Specialised Characters of Holocephali V. TELEOSTOMES : 1. Osteichthyes 2. Crossopterygii 3. Rhipidistia 4. Actinistia (Coelacanthiformes) 5. Salient Features of Latimeria (Coelacanth) 6. Significance and Phylogeny 7. Dipnoi 8. Classification 9. Habits and Life Cycle of Dipnoi 10. Lepidosiren Paradoxa 11. Affinities of Dipnoi 12. Resemblance with Amphibians 13. Specialised Characters of Dipnoi VI. ACTINOPTERYGII : 1. Palaeonisciformes 2. Polypteriformes 3. Acipenseriformes 4. Amiiformes 5. The Teleosteans 6. Some Teleostean Fishes VII. EPIDERMIS AND EXOSKELETON : 1. Histology 2. Epithelial Cells 3. Mucous Cells 4. Club Cells 5. Sacciform Cells 6. Functions of the Integument 7. Colouration 8. Change in Colour 9. Mechanism of Colour Change 10. Significance and Uses of Colouration 11. Exoskeleton 12. Placoid Scale 13. Cycloid Scale 14. Ctenoid Scale 15. Cosmoid Scale 16. Ganoid Scale 17. Uses of Scales VIII. FINS AND THEIR ORIGIN : 1. Structure of the Fin 2. Median Fins 3. Caudal Fin 4. Paired Fins 5. Origin of Paired Fins IX. SKELETAL SYSTEM : 1. Axial Skeleton 2. Vertebral Column 3. Structure of a Trunk Vertebra 4. Structure of a Complex Vertebra 5. Structure of A Pre-caudal and Caudal Vertebra, Urostyle 6. Median Fins 7. Ribs 8. Skull 9. The Visceral Skeleton 10. The Mandibular Arch 11. The Hyoid Arch 12. The Opercular Bones 13. Branchial Arches 14. The Appendicular Skeleton 15. Pectoral Girdle 16. Pelvic Girdle X. CARDIO-VASCULAR SYSTEM : 1. Structure of the Heart in Scoliodon 2. Structure of the Heart in Teleosts 3. Histology 4. Innervation 5. Afferent and Efferent Branchial Vessels in Scoliodon 6. Afferent and Efferent Vessels in Teleosts 7. Composition of Blood 8. Polymorphism in Haemoglobin XI. STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF GILLS : 1. Structure of a Gill 2. Gill Arch 3. Gill Filaments 4. Gill Lamellae 5. Gill Epithelium 6. Blood Supply of a Gill 7. Ventilation of Gills 8. Other Organs of Respiration 9. Pseudobranch 10. Structure 11. Histology 12. Functions XII. Air BREATHING ORGANS : 1. Skin 2. Gills 3. Alimentary Canal 4. Air Bladder 5. Buccopharynx 6. Opercular Cavity 7. Respiratory Membrane 8. Air Breathing Organs of Heteropneimtes 9. Air breathing Organs of Anabas 10. Air breathing organs of Trichogaster 11. Air Breathing Organs of Mudskippers 12. Diurnal fluctuations in Aerial Respiration 13. Origin and Significance of the Air Breathing Organs XIII. SWIM BLADDER AND ITS MODIFICATIONS : 1. Structural Modifications 2 Printed Pages: 0. Seller Inventory # 63874

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S S Khanna and H R Singh

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About this Item: Narendra Pub. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: 1. Characters and classification. 2. Ostracoderms and placoderms.3. Cyclostomes. 4. Chondrichthyes. 5. Teleostomes. 6. Actinopterygii. 7. Epidermis and exoskeleton. 8. Fins and their origin. 9. Skeletal system. 10. Cardio-vascular system. 11. Structure and function of gills. 12. Air breathing organs. 13. Swim bladder and its modifications. 14. Weberian ossicles. 15. Excretion and osmoregulation. 16. Food, feeding habits and digestion. 17. Alimentary canal and its modifications. 18. Reproduction, maturation and spawning. 19. Fertilization, development and growth. 20. Sex dimorphism, mating and parental care. 21. Brain and the cranial nerves.22. Electric organs. 23. The lateral line system. 24. Bioluminescence and sound production. 25. Olfactory, auditory and photoreceptors. 26. Locomotion in fishes. 27. Migration of fishes. 28. Endocrine and neurosecretory system. 29. Larvivorous fishes. 30. Adaptations in the hill stream fishes. 31. Adaptations in the deep sea fishes. 32. Exotic fishes. 33. Fishery resources and economic value. 34. Inland fisheries resources. 35. Estuarine fisheries. 36. Marine fisheries. 37. Fishing crafts and gear. 38. Preservation and processing of fish. 39. Fish culture. 40. Pond management. 41. Fish seed resources and their transport. 42. Induced breeding by hormones. 43. Composite fish culture, cage culture and use of sewage for fish culture. 44. Integrated fish farming. 45. Prawn culture and processing. 46. Preparation and maintenance of Aquarium. 47. Diseases of fish. 48. Water pollution and fisheries. 49. Some aspects of fish 524 pp. Seller Inventory # 46075

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Khanna, S S

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