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13 Jul 2009
The Appendicular skeleton is one of the divisions of the endo skeleton. It includes the pectoral and pelvic girdles and limb bones. The skeleton of the limb in all the…
13 Jul 2009
The Appendicular skeleton is one of the divisions of the endo skeleton. It includes the pelvic and pectoral  girdles and limb bones. The skeleton of the limb in all the…
11 Jul 2009
The hard parts of the animal body are collectively known as skeletal system or simply skeleton. The vertebrates possess the hard parts inside the body. It is known as endo…
11 Jul 2009
The pelvic girdle is directly attached to the vertebral column in the sacral region. The pelvic girdle consists of two similar halves which are known as ossa innominata. Each os…
11 Jul 2009
The hip or pelvic girdle' is present in the posterior side of the body to which the pelvic fins or hind limbs are attached. The pelvic girdle is connected directly…
10 Jul 2017
The pectoral girdle is connected to the vertebral column through muscles and ligaments. The pectoral girdle consists of two similar halves and each half is formed by three bones namely…
10 Jul 2017
The skeletal system or skeleton includes the hard parts of the animal body. All the vertebrates possess the endoskeleton (inside the body).   These are the living tissues develop from…
10 Jul 2017
Respiratory System in Bird   Respiratory System in Reptile   Respiratory System in Mammals   Comparative anatomy of respiratory systems in calotes (lizard), columba (pigeon) and oryctolagus (rabbit).   Calotes…
09 Jul 2017
Scoliodon (fish) is a poikilothermic cartilaginous fish. It is commonly known as shark. Rana (frog) is an amphibian and poikilothermic animal. It is commonly called as frog.   Living cells…
09 Jul 2017
Digestive System Of Bird: Eg: Pegion Digestive System (Columba) Digestive System Of Mammal: Eg: Rabbit Digestive System (Oryctolagus) Digestive System Of Reptile: Eg: Lizard Digestive System (Calotes) In previous topic…
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