Biology of the reptilia
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Published by University of Chicago Press .
Written in English

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Statementedited by Carl Gans. Vol.18, Physiology E : hormones, brain and behaviour / coeditor for this volume David Crews.
ContributionsCrews, David., Gans, Carl, 1923-
The Physical Object
Number of Pages564
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21193952M
ISBN 100226281221, 0226281248

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PDF | On Jan 1, , Stevan James Arnold and others published Biology of the Reptilia, vol. 16 (Book Review) | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. The reptiles (including dinosaurs and birds) are distinguished from amphibians by their terrestrially adapted egg, which is supported by four extraembryonic membranes: the yolk sac, the amnion, the chorion, and the allantois (Figure ).The chorion and amnion develop from folds in the body wall, and the yolk sac and allantois are extensions of the midgut and hindgut respectively. For a more complete discussion of reptile physiology, see 18 Carl Gans & David Crews, Biology of the Reptilia, Physiology E, (). The cumulative effect of these common misconceptions may play a large factor in the cruel treatment and neglect of reptiles in captivity. Reptilia includes four living clades of nonavian organisms: Crocodilia (crocodiles and alligators), Sphenodontia (tuataras), Squamata (lizards and snakes), and Testudines (turtles). Currently, this classification is paraphyletic, leaving out the birds, which are now classified as .