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Zoology for Degree Students - Semester IV

Zoology for Degree Students - Semester IV

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  • ISBN : 9789352534104
  • Pages : 752
  • Binding : Paperback
  • Language : English
  • Imprint : S. Chand Publishing
  • © year : 2020
  • Size : 6.75X9.5

Price : 560.00 448.00

This textbook has been designed to meet the needs of B.Sc. (Hons.) Fourth Semester students of Zoology as per the UGC Choice Based Credit System (CBCS). Comprehensively written, it explains the essential principles, processes and methodology of Comparative Anatomy of Vertebrates, Animal Physiology: Life Sustaining Systems and Biochemistry of Metabolic Processes. This textbook is profusely illustrated with over 550 well-labelled diagrams, not only to supplement the descriptions, but also for sound understanding of the concepts.

CC VIII: COMPARATIVE ANATOMY OF VERTEBRATES
1. Definition, Historical Background and Concepts of Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy
2. Integumentary System
3. Skeletal System
4. Digestive System (Alimentary Canal, Associated Glands and Dentition)
5. Respiratory System
6. Circulatory System
7. Urinogenital System
8. Nervous System
9. Sense Organs

CC IX: ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY-LIFE SUSTAINING SYSTEMS
1. Definition, History and Branches of Physiology
2. Physiology of Digestion
3. Physiology of Respiration
4. Renal Physiology (Excretion)
5. Osmoregulation and Regulation of Acid-Base Balance
6. Blood
7. Physiology of Heart

CC X: BIOCHEMISTRY OF METABOLIC PROCESSES
1. Overview of Metabolism
2. Carbohydrate Metabolism
3. Lipid Metabolism
4. Protein Metabolism
5. Oxidative Phosphorylation

INDEX

  1.  Extensive coverage of comparative anatomy of vertebrates with an emphasis on evolutionary origin, embryological development, phylogeny and functional utility of various organ systems.
  2. Detailed discussion on physiology of digestion, respiration, excretion, osmoregulation, blood and heart. Also discusses foregut and hindgut fermentation.
  3. Comprehensive coverage of metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids, proteins and oxidative phosphorylation (energy metabolism).
  4.  Over 100 boxed items throughout the text providing information on intricate terms or topics.
  5.  Engaging chapter-end exercises having more than 800 questions to enhance and strengthen learning of the students

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