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An Introduction to Amphibia

Kavita Juneja (Author) H.S. Bhamrah (Author)
Synopsis An Introduction to Amphibia is designed to approach the anatomical features of amphibians, dealing with the structural and physiological phenomenon of each system. This book is a comprehensive guide though it does not burden the students with unnecessary details. Easy understandable illustration, correct and latest information are the main features of this title. The present second revised edition of the book consists of seventeen chapters, namely Amphibia: characters and classification; Rana tigrina; integument Endoskeleton; musculature; digestive system; respiratory system; circulatory system; nervous system; sense organs; urinogenital system; development of frog; parental care in Amphibians neoteny and Paedogenesis; Stegocephalia; origin and evolution of Amphibia; courtship and mating in amphibians etc.
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About the authors

Kavita Juneja

Kavita Junaeja took her Master’s degree in Zoology in 1986 from School of Studies in Zoology, Vikram University, Ujjain. At present she is involved in research for Ph.D degree in Endocrinology. She is an author of a number of other textbooks.

H.S. Bhamrah

Dr. H.S. Bhamrah obtained his M.Sc. (Zoology) from Vikram University, Ujjain in 1970 and his Ph.D. from the same university in 1973. Having an experience of more than two decades, Dr. Bhamrah has taught various disciplines of Zoology to both undergraduate as well as postgraduate students. He is guiding many research students for their Ph.D. degree. Presently, he is Reader in the Department of Zoology, M.M.H. College, Ghaziabad.

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Bibliographic information

Title An Introduction to Amphibia
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition Reprint
Language: English
isbn 8126107006
length vi+208p., 23cm.