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BS Media in Zoology
Saturday, 08 July 2017 12:52

COMPARATIVE ANATOMY: INTEGUMENT IN REPTILES, BIRDS AND MAMMALS

Comparison Of Integument Derivatives In Calottes (Reptile), Columba (Bird) And Oryctolagus (Mammal) Calotes is a terrestrial Reptile (lizard). Columba is flying bird. Oryctolagus is a herbivorous mammal. All these animals are grouped under Amniota and columba & oryctolagus are warm blooded animals. The integument forms the outermost covering of the…

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