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*  Analysis of lipolysis underlying lactation in the tsetse fly, Glossina morsitans.
Viviparity, Nonmammalian*. Grant Support. ID/Acronym/Agency: AI081774/AI/NIAID NIH HHS; F32 AI093023-01A1/AI/NIAID NIH HHS; ...
http://www.biomedsearch.com/nih/Analysis-lipolysis-underlying-lactation-in/22509523.html
*  Cell Lineage | Harvard Catalyst Profiles | Harvard Catalyst
Viviparity, Nonmammalian. Below are MeSH descriptors whose meaning is more specific than "Cell Lineage". ...
https://connects.catalyst.harvard.edu/Profiles/display/Concept/Cell%20Lineage
*  Pregnancy Rate | Profiles RNS
Viviparity, Nonmammalian. *Vital Statistics. *Life Expectancy. *Life Tables. *Morbidity. *Mortality. *Pregnancy Rate ...
https://profiles.umassmed.edu/display/106295
*  Fetal Weight | Colorado PROFILES
Viviparity, Nonmammalian. Below are MeSH descriptors whose meaning is more specific than "Fetal Weight". ...
https://profiles.ucdenver.edu/display/220604
*  Pregnancy, Multiple | Colorado PROFILES
Viviparity, Nonmammalian. Below are MeSH descriptors whose meaning is more specific than "Pregnancy, Multiple". ...
https://profiles.ucdenver.edu/display/215506
*  A novel MSMB-related microprotein in the postovulatory egg coats of marsupials | BMC Evolutionary Biology | Full Text
Among non-mammalian tetrapods, the most similar sequence to USM found was from the genome of the green anole lizard (Anolis ... Our results provide valuable information that may help to elucidate not only the evolution of viviparity and placental function ... If USM homologues in non-mammalian vertebrates have a different role to marsupial USM, this would suggest that the latter ... evolved in concert with mammalian viviparity by supporting in utero development. Conversely, the absence of USM in eutherians ...
https://bmcevolbiol.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1471-2148-11-373
*  Does the oviparity-viviparity transition alter the partitioning of yolk in embryonic snakes? | BMC Evolutionary Biology | Full...
Here, we used data from 20 (12 oviparous and 8 viviparous) species of snakes to see if the oviparity-viviparity transition ... We conclude that the oviparity-viviparity transition does not alter yolk partitioning in embryonic snakes. ... The oviparity-viviparity transition is a major evolutionary event, likely altering the reproductive process of the organisms ... Additional file 1: Table S1. Non-mammalian amniotes for which data on the ratio of residual yolk dry mass to total hatchling ...
https://bmcevolbiol.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12862-017-1083-z
*  Shark: Facts, Discussion Forum, and Encyclopedia Article
In non-mammalian vertebrates, the passageway from the ovaries to the outside of the body is known as the oviduct. The eggs ... As in viviparity, the young are born alive and fully functional. Lamniforme sharks practice oophagy. Oophagy ... In non-mammalian vertebrates, the passageway from the ovaries to the outside of the body is known as the oviduct. The eggs ... In non-mammalian vertebrates, the passageway from the ovaries to the outside of the body is known as the oviduct. The eggs ...
http://image.absoluteastronomy.com/topics/Shark
*  Professor Katherine Belov - The University of Sydney
Murphy, B., Thompson, M., Belov, K. (2009). Evolution of viviparity and the maternal immune system: Major histocompatibility ... Links the Evolution of Immunoglobulin Genes in Eutherian Mammals and Nonmammalian Tetrapods. Journal of Immunology, 183(2), ... Murphy, B., Thompson, M., Belov, K. (2009). Evolution of viviparity and the maternal immune system: Major histocompatibility ... Murphy, B., Belov, K., Thompson, M. (2010). Evolution of viviparity and uterine angiogenesis: Vascular endothelial growth ...
http://sydney.edu.au/science/people/kathy.belov.php
*  2017 in paleontology - Wikipedia
2017). A study on the anatomy of the nasal regions of the non-mammalian cynodonts Massetognathus, Probainognathus and ... Chun Li; Olivier Rieppel; Nicholas C. Fraser (2017). "Viviparity in a Triassic marine archosauromorph reptile". Vertebrata ... Michael Laaß; Burkhard Schillinger; Anders Kaestner (2017). "What did the "Unossified zone" of the non-mammalian therapsid ... A study on the evolution of the endothermy in non-mammalian therapsids as indicated by oxygen isotope composition of bone and ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2017_in_paleontology
*  EvC Forum: The Great Creationist Fossil Failure
... non-mammalian therapsids, the tritylodonts, would continue to the Middle Cretaceous. MAK120127. It appears this site is still ... viviparity, with no egg shell; separate anal & urogenital openings; skin with free nerve endings (pain receptor?), Pacinian ...
http://www.evcforum.net/dm.php?control=page&t=19182&mpp=15&p=76
*  Fish physiology - Wikipedia
The lining of the spiral intestine is similar to that of the small intestine in teleosts and non-mammalian tetrapods. In ... ISBN 1-56465-193-2 Meisner, A.; Burns, J. (December 1997). "Viviparity in the Halfbeak Genera Dermogenys and Nomorhamphus ( ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fish_physiology
*  The ovary of the bignose fanskate Sympterygia acuta Garman, 1877 (Chondrichthyes, Rajidae) in the Bahía Blanca estuary,...
Maturation of the follicular wall of nonmammalian vertebrates. In JONES, RE. (Ed.). The vertebrate ovary: comparative biology ... are either oviparous or viviparous with four modes of viviparity based on the source of nutrition for the developing embryo ( ...
http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1519-69842009000200025&lng=en&tlng=en
*  Reptile - Wikipedia
Viviparity and ovoviviparity have evolved in many extinct clades of reptiles and in squamates. In the latter group, many ... At best, the cladists suggest, we could say that the traditional Reptilia are 'non-avian, non-mammalian amniotes'. Despite the ... The degree of viviparity varies; some species simply retain the eggs until just before hatching, others provide maternal ... The earliest documented case of viviparity in reptiles is the Early Permian mesosaurs, although some individuals or taxa in ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reptile
*  Reptile - Academic Kids
At best, the cladists suggest, we could say that the traditional Reptila are 'non-avian, non-mammalian amniotes'. (Tudge, p.85 ... This is achieved, either through ovoviviparity (egg retention), or viviparity (babies born through no use of calcified eggs). ...
http://lessonplancenteral.comwww.academickids.com/encyclopedia/index.php/Reptile
*  Antievolution.org - Antievolution.org Discussion Board -Topic::The Origin of 'Information' via natural causes
This gene family is associated with the evolution of a new trait, viviparity, in which the offspring receive nutrition during ... non-mammalian vertebrates [54], as well as mammalian somatic tissues [34,36,37,38]. Combining these observations with the ...
http://www.antievolution.org/cgi-bin/ikonboard/ikonboard.cgi?s=50c2f933e02fe4c0
*  Happy 8th birthday Tetrapod Zoology: 2013 in review - Scientific American Blog Network
However, no turtles, no non-mammalian synapsids! Despite those oversights, the improved coverage of non-lissamphibian ... The enormous liolaemine radiation: paradoxical herbivory, viviparity, evolutionary cul-de-sacs and the impending mass ...
https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/tetrapod-zoology/happy-8th-birthday-tetrapod-zoology-2013-in-review/
*  Viviparity - Wikipedia
Viviparity (from the Latin vivus ("living") and parere ("to beget"), literally "giving live birth"), both in zoology and in botany refers to certain classes of modes of reproduction, though it has different meanings in the two contexts. The adjective viviparous is derived from "viviparity" and describes both the various modes of reproduction and the organisms that reproduce in any such mode. In zoology viviparity refers to development of the embryo inside the body of the parent, eventually leading to live birth, as opposed to reproduction by laying eggs that complete their incubation outside the parental body. There are several forms of reproductive processes that answer to that description however, and they differ so radically, both in their nature and evolutionary origin, that no definitive and exclusive terminology is universally accepted, and the usage of the term is largely a matter of convenience and preference. In botany vivipary is a common ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viviparity
*  Aplacental viviparity (idea) by DyRE - Everything2.com
Aplacental viviparity is a form of egg development in which the eggs of an organism hatch while still inside the uterus but the developing young aren't ...
https://everything2.com/user/DyRE/writeups/Aplacental+viviparity
*  Modes of reproduction
Animals make use of a variety of modes of reproduction to produce their young. Traditionally this variety was classified into three modes, oviparity (embryos in eggs), viviparity (young born live), and ovoviviparity (intermediate between the first two). However, each of those so-called traditional modes covered a wide range of diverse reproductive strategies. The biologist Thierry Lodé has accordingly proposed five modes of reproduction based on the relationship between the zygote (the fertilised egg) and the parents. His revised modes are ovuliparity, with external fertilisation ; oviparity, with internal fertilisation of large eggs containing a substantial nutritive yolk; ovo-viviparity, that is oviparity where the zygotes are retained for a time in a parent's body, but without any sort of feeding by the parent; histotrophic viviparity, where the zygotes develop in the female's oviducts , but are fed on other tissues; and ...
https://www.revolvy.com/main/index.php?s=Modes+of+reproduction
*  Pregnancy in fish - Wikipedia
Pregnancy has been traditionally defined as the period during which developing embryos are incubated in the body after egg-sperm union. Although the term often refers to placental mammals, it has also been used in the titles of many international, peer-reviewed, scientific articles on fish, e.g. Consistent with this definition, there are several modes of reproduction in fish, providing different amounts of parental care. In ovoviviparity, there is internal fertilization and the young are born live but there is no placental connection or significant trophic (feeding) interaction; the mother's body maintains gas exchange but the unborn young are nourished by egg yolk. There are two types of viviparity in fish. In histotrophic viviparity, the zygotes develop in the female's oviducts, but she provides no direct nutrition; the embryos survive by eating her eggs or their unborn siblings. In hemotrophic viviparity, the zygotes are retained within ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pregnancy_in_fish
*  Elasmodiver Glossary
Abdominal ridges. Paired dermal ridges running from the pectoral fin base to the pectoral fin base.. Abyssal plain. Sea floor constituting vast expanses of deep ocean from 2000 to 6000 meters deep.. Alar thorns. Large, modified dermal denticles on the wings of adult male skates.. Ampullae of Lorenzini. Pores on the head that pick up electrical signals in the sharks environment.. Anal fin. Single fin located ventrally posterior to the pelvic fins. Not always present.. Anterior. Forward. Towards the snout.. Anterior margin. The leading edge of a fin.. Apex. (apices pl.) The free tip of a fin.. Aplacental yolksac viviparity. A mode of reproduction in which the young are primarily nourished by the yolk within their egg case rather than from a placental connection to the mother. Once the yolk is fully consumed the young are ready to pass through the birth canal. AKA Ovoviviparity.. Aplacental viviparity. A mode of reproduction in which the young are not nourished ...
http://elasmodiver.com/Elasmodiver%20Glossary.htm
*  Blue-Tongued Skink
For a member of the skink family, blue-tongued skinks are among the best suited for lives in captivity for several reasons. Being relatively slow-moving, they're not as difficult to handle compared to most of the slender skink species. Blue-tongued skinks' short, thick physique makes them easy to hold, even by children. Although a biter is occasionally encountered, most adult blue-tongued skinks are loathe to even open their mouths, much less show off their startlingly fat, blue tongues that earned them their common name.. A 20-gallon long aquarium should be considered minimal housing for one specimen. Nearly any substrate from sand to pebbles to aspen provides blue-tongued skinks an adequate material to wander about in. A simple shelter of stone or a concave piece of wood will serve as a hide box. Blue-tongued skinks should have a small bowl of water available at all times. They may also receive needed moisture from pieces of fruit or other vegetation, which makes up the bulk of their diet. ...
http://www.reptilesmagazine.com/Lizard-Species/Blue-Tongued-Skink/
*  Projects - Anatomy & Histology - The University of Sydney
My major interest has been to understand the molecular-structural aspects of all regions - apical and basolateral - of the plasma membrane of uterine epithelial cells, especially during early pregnancy and the period of blastocyst attachment, with a view to understanding the changed molecular organization which takes place during early pregnancy and how this contributes to uterine receptivity for attachment. I have also been interested in this phenomenon from a purely cytological viewpoint, seeing it as an opportunity to contribute to understanding of fundamental plasma membrane phenomena. Mammals have been widely studied in this context and my own work has used rats as the experimental animal with human tissue providing direct clinical relevance and extending the work into another species. In recent years however, I have wondered if such fundamental structural alterations in a key organelle as the plasma membrane of uterine epithelial cells might not be a characteristic of viviparity (live ...
http://sydney.edu.au/medicine/anatomy/research/labs/cell-reproductive/projects/index.php
*  Reproduction. New Models of Culture. Sumscorp.com
Reproduction. Scope Note Narrower Term: Cattle Reproduction Narrower Term: Cell nuclei Transplantation Narrower Term: Conjugation (Biology) See Also: Embryology Narrower Term: Fertility Narrower Term: Fertilization (Biology) Narrower Term: Fetus Narrower Term: Gametogenesis See Also: Generative organs Narrower Term: Gynogenesis Narrower Term: Human reproduction Narrower Term: Isolating mechanisms Narrower Term: Ovulation Narrower Term: Paedogenesis Narrower Term: Parthenogenesis Narrower Term: Parthenogenesis in animals Narrower Term: Parturition Narrower Term: Pregnancy Narrower Term: Sexual cycle Narrower Term: Spawning Narrower Term: Spontaneous generation See Also: Theriogenology Narrower Term: Viruses Reproduction Narrower Term: Viviparity Narrower Term: Domestic animals Reproduction Narrower Term: Livestock Reproduction Narrower Term: Bacteriophage mu Reproduction Narrower Term: Oncogenic DNA viruses Reproduction Narrower Term: Herpes simplex virus Reproduction Narrower Term: ...
http://www.sumscorp.com/new_models_of_culture/terms/?object_id=145659