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Series Statement: Annale, Universiteit van Stellenbosch. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Serie A ; v. 46, no. 3. Dissertation Note: Thesis (Ph. University of Stellenbosch, 1969. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 124-128). Uniform Title: Annale van die Uniwersiteit van Stellenbosch. Download book The developmental morphology of the chondrocranium of Podiceps cristatus, by .

2 Material and Technique. 3 Description of Developmental Stages. 1 The Basal Plate and Acrochordal Cartilage. 3 The Anterior End of the Chondrocranium. 4 The Visceral Skeleton. 3 The Anterior End of th. ONTINUE READING.

The developmental morphology of the. chondrocranium of Podiceps cristatus. Die Fakulteit van Geneeskunde, Universiteit van Oranje-Vrystaat: Die Eerste Vyf Jaar. S Afr Med J 48:2423-2428

The developmental morphology of the. here Toerien moved to the UFS and in 1971. S Afr Med J 48:2423-2428. Edinburgh, the Scottish pioneers of anatomy and their lasting influence in South Africa.

This paper deals with the structure and development of the Ghanaian species Ledermanniella bowlingii (. Key words: Ledermanniella bowlingii; African Podostemaceae, comparative morphology, developmental patterns, endemism, structural diversity, systematics, water plants. Hall) C. Cusset (subgenus Ledermanniella). Received September 30, 2002; accepted November 20, 2002 Published online: March 24, 2003.

The developmental morphology of the chondrocranium of Podiceps cristatus. Toerien unexpectedly died after arriving in New York due to a heart attack on 13 August 1977, just two months after he received the esteemed Havenga-award for Biology (Retief, 1977). From here Toerien moved to the UFS and in 1971 he was appointed as the first head of the Department of Anatomy (Retief, 1974; 1977). Toerien, through his work and publications distinguished himself and received a number of prestigious accolades.

The chondrocranium in different species can vary greatly, but in general it is made up of five components, the sphenoids, the mesethmoid, the occipitals, the optic capsules, and the nasal capsule.