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Comparative study on morphology and anatomy of some species of genus cyanotis

Mya Mya Sein.

Comparative study on morphology and anatomy of some species of genus cyanotis

by Mya Mya Sein.

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Published by University of Mandalay, Dept. of Botany in Mandalay .
Written in English


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Statementby Mya Mya Sein.
ContributionsUniversity of Mandalay. Dept. of Botany.
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 95 leaves :
Number of Pages95
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23607333M
LC Control Number2009336441

Answer: The correct answer would be B) compares the anatomy of organisms of different species.. Morphology refers to the branch of science that deals with the structure and form of the example, cell, tissues, organs, shape, size, color et cetera. Comparative analysis analyses the pattern (similarity or differences) as well as the structures within the . Comparative anatomy of the caudal skeleton of the genus Triphoturus important for some genera when the information required for species discrimination is missing. This lack of comparative bony studies has not allowed a clear taxonomic differentiation between the members of the genus Triphoturus (e.g., Paxton , Hulley , Moser & Ahlstrom Cited by: 1.

  Material is described that contributes to our understanding of the anatomy of 11 species of the genus Girardia Ball, Ball IR A contribution to the phylogeny and biogeography of the freshwater triclads (Platyhelminthes: Turbellaria) In: Riser NW, Morse MP, editors Biology of the Turbellaria New York McGraw-Hill Book Comp pp. – and the taxonomy of one species Cited by: ABSTRACT. The objective of this paper was to describe and compare the morphology and anatomy of mature leaves of Mikania glomerata Spreng., Porophyllum ruderale Cass. and Vernonia condensata Baker (Asteraceae) species that have different habits emphasizing their secretory structures. Longitudinal and transversal sections of mature leaf blades of the three species .

Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy Test 1 Questions study guide by Allison includes questions covering vocabulary, terms and more. Genus homo Species sapien. Organisms are classified according to.. Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy Book Notes. terms. Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy Lecture Notes.   Abstract. The developmental anatomy is described for seedlings of nine Asian and Australian species of Podostemaceae, subfamily Podostemoideae. The hypocotyl is rudimentary (except in Zeylanidium olivaceum) and does not form a primary root in any of the species adventitious root forms endogenously in the hypocotyl of six species with Cited by:


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