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Comparative morphology of spermatozoa of the rodent genus Peromyscus (Muridae)

Alicia V. Linzey

Comparative morphology of spermatozoa of the rodent genus Peromyscus (Muridae)

by Alicia V. Linzey

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Published by American Museum of Natural History in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Peromyscus -- Spermatozoa -- Variation.,
  • Spermatozoa -- Morphology -- Variation.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Alicia V. Linzey and James N. Layne.
    SeriesAmerican Museum novitates ;, no. 2532
    ContributionsLayne, James Nathaniel, joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL1 .A436 no. 2532, QL737.R638 .A436 no. 2532
    The Physical Object
    Pagination20 p. :
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3913328M
    LC Control Number81479406

    A major goal of biologists is to understand how and why complex, adaptive behavior evolves. To this end, I investigated the evolution, ecology and genetics of innate burrowing differences in deer mice (genus Peromyscus). First, I show that several species of deer mice recapitulate their natural burrowing habits under laboratory conditions. The evolution of social and reproductive monogamy in Peromyscus: evidence from Peromyscus californicus (the California mouse) David. 0. Ribble. INTRODUCTION The genus. PeTmnyscus (deer mice) is an attractive group in which to study the evolution of social and mating be­ haviours. This genus includes over 50 species (Carleton, ) that Cited by:

    The Rodent Sperm Analysis Method in Terrestrial Health Risk Assessment PREFACE The U.S. Army Public Health Command’s Technical Guide comprehensively presents the Army developed, U.S. Government patented Rodent Sperm Analysis (RSA) method in support of ecological assessments at contaminated terrestrial Size: 1MB. The diversity of the structural organization of the spermatozoa of African murid rodents is described at the light and transmission electron microscopical level of resolution. In most species the sperm head is falciform in shape but it varies somewhat in overall breadth, width, and by:

    Abnormal morphology of bovine spermatozoa Written Paper. Abnormal morphology of bovine spermatozoa [] Barth, A.D. Oko, R.J. Access the full text NOT AVAILABLE. Lookup at Google Scholar Access the full text NOT AVAILABLE. Lookup at Google Scholar Cited by:   Humans are ubiquitously exposed to multiple environmental contaminants. Consequences of combined action on the reproductive system remain unknown. This study aimed to assess single and joint effects of cadmium and diazinon exposure on sperm quality parameters. Male adult Wistar rats were randomized into 4 groups of ten animals each. Group A was used as a control, Cited by:


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Comparative morphology of spermatozoa of the rodent genus Peromyscus (Muridae) (American Museum novitates). "The morphology of spermatozoa of 27 species and seven subgenera of the genus Peromyscus was studied. Measurements of length and width of the head, midpiece length, and tail length of the sperm of 25 species are given.

Two major sperm types occur in the series. Hooper, Emmet T. and Guy Musser. Notes on the classification of the rodent genus Peromyscus. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, no.

Linzey, Alicia and James N. Layne. Comparative morphology of spermatozoa of the rodent genus Peromyscus (Muridae). American Museum Novitates, no. Class: Mammalia. Comparative morphology of the male reproductive tract in the rodent genus Peromyscus (Muri-dae). American Museum Novitates – LINZEY, A.

V., AND J. LAYNE. Comparative morphology of spermatozoa of the rodent genus Peromyscus (Muridae). Amer-ican Museum Novitates – LO´ PEZ-BARRERA, F., J.

ARMESTO,MS. Peromyscus furvus Allen and Chapman, is a cricetid rodent commonly called the blackish deermouse because of its characteristically dark pelage coloration. It is 1 of 56 species in the genus Peromyscus and is of large size compared with the majority of its congeners.

Its distribution is restricted to moderate- to high-elevation cloud forests along the eastern slopes of the Sierra Madre Author: Duke S.

Rogers, James A. Skoy. Comparative Morphology of Mammalian Gametes. Authors; Reproduction and Evolution, Fourth International Symposium on Comparative Biology of Reproduction (C.

H and Layne, J. N.,Comparative morphology of spermatozoa of the rodent genus Peromyscus (Muridae), Am. Mus. Novitates 1– Google Scholar. Martan, J., and Hruban, Z Cited by: 5. Comparative studies of Dixson () on the genital anatomy and sexual behavior of male primates show that penile morphology and copulatory patterns tend to be more specialized in species where Author: William G Breed.

Comparative morphology of spermatozoa in Echiura Article (PDF Available) in Zoologischer Anzeiger - A Journal of Comparative Zoology (1)–45 March with 68 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Tail autotomy in the Florida mouse, Peromyscus floridanus. Journal of Mammalogy – Comparative morphology of spermatozoa of the rodent genus Peromyscus (Muridae).

American Museum of Natural History Novitates –20 (with A. Linzey). Committee formed to list state’s rare and endangered : Alicia Linzey. Peromyscus perfulvusOsgood,is a medium-sized rodent with the English name of tawny is 1 of 56 species in the genus Peromyscus and has upperparts of bright cinnamon rufous along with creamy white underparts.

This Mexican endemic is distributed from coastal lowlands of Jalisco and Colima to the interior of Michoacan, northernmost Guerrero, and the southwestern corner Cited by: 3. Sperm morphology among the various members of the genus Pseudomys showed great interspecific variation.

In P. apodemoides, P. desertor, P. fumeus, P. gracilicaudatus, P. hermannsburgensis, P. higginsi and P. nanus the sperm head was bilaterally flattened and possessed three hooks, the length of which varied somewhat between species.

The top hook contained nuclear, subacrosomal and Cited by: 1. trans kans acad sci. ; comparative reproduction and development in two species of mice in the genus peromyscus.

svendsen by: 9. Sperm competition is a pervasive selective force in evolution, shaping reproductive anatomy, physiology and behaviour. Here, we present comparative evidence that varying sperm competition levels account for variation in the male reproductive anatomy of rodents, the largest and most diverse mammalian order.

This paper is the Ortho Prize winning essay, chosen by the Canadian Society for the Study of Fertility, Studies on the Morphology and Biology of Human Spermatozoa Stephen Bodnar, M.D. Infertility Centre, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Royal Author: Stephen Bodnar. Peromyscus in Mammal Species of the World.

Wilson, Don E. & Reeder, DeeAnn M. (Editors) Mammal Species of the World – A Taxonomic and Geographic Reference. Third edition. ISBN Peromyscus Gloger, Report on ITIS; Vernacular names. Abnormal Morphology of Bovine Spermatozoa 1st Edition by A. Barth (Author) › Visit Amazon's A.

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Barth (Author), R. Oko (Author) out of Cited by: The male and female reproductive apparatus of Zorotypus magnicaudelli (Malaysia), Zorotypus huxleyi (Ecuador) and Zorotypus weidneri (Brazil) were examined and documented in detail.

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huxleyi lacks the helical appendage in the accessory by: Comparative morphology study of the male genitalia of the genus Aegosoma from China (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae), with a new record species Chenglong Ren, Li Chen*, Zhu Li College of Plant Protection, Southwest University, Institute of Entomology, ChongqingChina.

Abnormal Morphology of Bovine Spermatozoa. Barth, R. Oko. Wiley, - Medical - pages. 0 Reviews. Classifies and interprets bovine sperm defects.

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Comparative Gross Morphology of Male Accessory Glands Among Neotropical Nuridae (Mammalia; rodentia) with Comments on Systemic Implications. Ann Arbor; University of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Comparative Morphology of spermatozoa of the rodent genus Peromyscus (Muridae)> New York: America Museum of Natural History.

Sperm competition is the norm in the animal kingdom and in many taxa, such as amphibians, snakes, passerine birds and mammals [1–3], sperm structure and function can be correlated with the level of sperm competition [3–7].Gomendio and Roldan [] found that in promiscuous species of primates and muroid rodents which experience a high degree of sperm competition, there tends to be Cited by: : Abnormal Morphology of Bovine Spermatozoa () by Barth, A.

D.; Oko, R. J. and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices.I chose to explore the potential link between sexual imprinting and reproductive isolation and in two North American rodents--the white-footed mouse (Peromyscus leucopus) and its sister species, the cotton mouse (Peromyscus gossypinus).

These species have overlapping distributions in nature, possibly allowing interbreeding and : Emily Ho Kay.