A Colour Atlas of Avian Anatomy

J. McLelland, quot;A Colour Atlas of Avian Anatomyquot;
Mosby | 1990 | ISBN: 0723415757 | 127 pages | File type: PDF | 24,6 mb
This colour atlas provides an introduction to how birds are constructed. It is concerned principally with the economically important species, but, where their anatomy significantly differ, the more common caged birds are dealt with. The book is planned around certain body systems including the integument and skeleton and digestive, urogenital and respiratory tracts. Lymphoid tissue, blood vessels and nerves are dealt with as they occur in association with these systems. In some instances, a straight topographical approach is taken. Most of the photographs are of fresh, unfixed material, some were taken with the aid of a dissecting microscope. The photographs are accompanied by a short text which identifies the various features and explains their function.



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