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BS Media in Zoology
Monday, 26 June 2017 16:38

ANIMAL ANATOMY: POSITION AND FUCTIONS OF CANALS AND DUCTS

Previously we discussed about various exocrine glands in and foramen in animals. This topic covers about various principle ducts and canals present in animal body and their location and their functios.   ANAL CANALLocation: Rectum of Mammals Function: It extends from the pelvic floor downward and posteriorly to the anus.…

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  • Position of Canal and Ducts
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BS Media in Zoology
Sunday, 25 June 2017 16:42

FASTEST ANIMALS IN THE WORLD

Fastest Mammal — Cheetah (Actiononyx jubatus) Fastest Bird — Spine tailed shift of Japan (fastest flying animal in the world) Fastest Penguin — Swimmer Penguin Fastest snake — Momba (Africa) Fastest fish — Sail fish Fastest wing beat in Insect — Foripomyla Fastest flying insect — Deer bot fly Fastest…

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BS Media in Zoology
Saturday, 24 June 2017 20:17

"LARGEST" FACTS IN ZOOLOGY

Largest mammal — Blue Whale Heaviest mammal — Blue whale Largest Carnivora Kodiak — Beer of Australia and Alaska Largest Chiroptera — Pteropus Largest Primate — Gorilla Largest Ape — Gorilla Largest Terrestrial Bird — Ostrich Largest Wing span — Albatross Largest living reptile — Turtle Largest lizard — Varanus…

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BS Media in Zoology
Saturday, 24 June 2017 17:21

FACTS OF ANIMAL WORLD

Most Intelligent HominidMan (Homo sapiens) Second Most Intelligent MammalDolphin Most Intelligent apeChimpanzee Heaviest bony fishPangarianodon Heaviest crabPseudocarsinus Loudest arthropodMale cicada Hibernating MammalBat, Squirrel, Wood chink Hibernating birdPoor will Fish with four eyesAmbleps Living fossil arthropodLimulus Living fossil fishLatimaria Living fossil reptileSphenodon Longest distance flying birdsStemaparadisaea (Arctic tern). it covers 22,530…

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Dayyal Dg. in Informative
Friday, 23 June 2017 19:25

RESEARCH INSTITUTES IN PAKISTAN

Abdul Qadir Khan Research Laboratories Energy Conservation Cell (ENERCON), Islamabad Drainage Research Institute of Pakistan (DRIP), Hyderabad Forestry Institute, Peshawar Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Advanced Science and Technology, Tarbella Geological Survey of Pakistan, Rawalpindi Irrigation, Drainage, and Flood Control Research Council, Islamabad National Center for Technology Transfer (NCTT), Islamabad…

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BS Media in Zoology
Thursday, 22 June 2017 20:02

OVIPAROUS MAMMALS AND SPECIAL VIVIPAROUS ANIMALS

Viviparous Arthropod — Scorpion Viviparous urodela — Salamendra atra Viviparous Salamender — Salamandra atra Viviparous anura (Frog) — Nectophry noides Viviparous Apoda — Thyphonectus Viviparous fish — Scoliodon Viviparous Reptile — Phrynosoma Viviparous snake — Vipera crusseli and sea snake Oviviparous Mammal — Kangaroo Oviparous mammal — Echidna, Duck Bill…

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BS Media in Zoology
Thursday, 22 June 2017 19:24

LARVAES OF ANIMALS

NEMATHEHELMETHIS LARVAE   Filariforrn (Roundworm) is larvae of Ancylostoma (Hookworm) Microfilariae is larvae of Wuchereria (Filarial worm) Juvenileis larvae of Ascaris Rhabditiformis larvae of Wuchereria AscarisAlso read special oviparous mammals   ANNELIDA LARVAE   Trochophoreis larvae of Nereis (Sandworm)   ARTHROPODA LARVAE   Caterpillar is larvae of Butterfly, Moth, Silkworm…

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BS Media in Zoology
Thursday, 22 June 2017 13:58

SMALLEST ANIMALS

Smallest Mammal — Shrew Smallest Bird — Humming bird of cuba (5.5 cm) Smallest ape — Gibbon Smallest bone — Stapes Smallest Cranial Nerve — Abducens Smallest R.B.C. — Musk Deer (2.5 tm) Smallest primate — Lemur Smallest snake — Lepto typhlops Smallest Salamandra — Desmograthus Smallest freshwater fish —…

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BS Media in Zoology
Thursday, 22 June 2017 13:02

IMPORTANT EXOCRINE GLANDS PRESENT IN ANIMALS - THEIR POSITION AND FUNCTIONS

ACINUS GLANDS are present in Frog, rabbit, man at Skin, liver and pancreas its function is Secretes mucus and bile in liver, Secretion helps in digestion     ALVEOLAR GLANDS are present in Mammals at Skin its function is Secretes oily secretion ,(Sebaceous gland) or milk, (Mammary gland)   APOCRINE…

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BS Media in Zoology
Wednesday, 21 June 2017 19:55

FAMOUS BOOKS AND AUTHORS IN BIOLOGY

Historia Animalium — Aristotle Historia Plantarium — Theophrastus Origin of species — Charles Darwin Philosophic Zoolgique — Lamarck Philospohica Botanica — C. Linnaeus Essay on Population — Maithus Historia Generalis Plantarium — John Ray Species Plantarum — C. Linnaeus (1953) Systema Naturae — C. Linnaeus (1958) Zoonomia Erasmus — Darwin…

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BS Media in Zoology
Tuesday, 20 June 2017 18:52

COMMENLY USED PREFIXES AND SUFIXES IN BIOLOGY

The following list is by no means complete, but it may help in understanding some difficult terminology. The following abbreviations are used ; Gr., for the Greek ; L., for the Latin.   A   a-or an- (Gr., without or absent), asexual, without sex anaerobe organism that lives without free…

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BS Media in Zoology
Tuesday, 20 June 2017 13:08

WORLD LARGEST ZOO AND LARGEST MUSEUMS

Largest zoo in world is in Krusger (S. Africa) Largest collection of animals is in Zoological garden of Berlin (Germany). Largest single Museum of world — The American Museum of National History — New York, U.S.A. World largest Aquarium — Monterey Bay Aquarium California U.S.A. Famous city of Fossils —…

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BS Media in Zoology
Friday, 16 June 2017 07:16

TYPES OF PHOBIA

Agoraphobia — fear of open space Ailurophobia — fear of cats Androphobia — fear of men Anthophobia — fear of flowers Acrophobia — fear of heights Algophobia — fear of pain Bipilophobia — fear of books Bacteriophobia — fear of germs Chiophobia — fear of snow Cryophobia — fear of…

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BS Media in Zoology
Friday, 16 June 2017 07:04

MOST POISONOUS ANIMALS

Poisonous Lizard — Heloderma Poisonous fish — Stone fish Poisonous spider — Lectodectus (black widows). Most venomous Indian snake — King cobra Most poisonous snake — Peninsular tiger snake Poisonous sea Snake — Hydrophis bechbeichei Poisonous coelenterate — Chiromax Poisonous Arachnid — Lectodectus

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BS Media in Zoology
Thursday, 15 June 2017 20:04

IMPORTANT FORAMEN

FORAMEN   Any small opening or orifice pore, or perforation is called foramen. Foramen filum terminale - It is the opening for the terminal filament called filum terminale of spinal cord of a vertebrate.   Foramen infra orbital - It is located beneath the orbit in man.   Foramen Interventricular…

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