Text Book Of General Zoology

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Discovery Publishing House, Jan 1, 2006 - Zoology - 476 pages
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The basis of the subject matter in this book is necessarily morphological. The author has described the appearance of nearly all the invertebrates. It has been author s earnest behaviour to present all the important aspects of zoology in a well-balanced account. The book will serve to suggest to the imagination of young students the poetic side of animal life and of nature generally. This books is extremely useful to the students of Zoology, Science and Agriculture, Scientists, agriculturists and horticulturists will also find this book helpful and useful.
  

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Contents

CHAPTER PAGE I THE COMMON REDLEGGED LOCUST
1
ORTHOPTERA
15
THE MAYFLIES PLECTOPTERA AND THE DRAGON FLIES ODONATA
25
HEMIPTERA 80
30
COLEOPTERA 87
37
LEPIDOPTERA
46
DIPTERA
58
HYMENOPTERA
65
KCHINODKRMA 23f XIX THE SEAANEMONE AND SOME ALLIES CCELENTERA
252
PORIFERA
273
PROTOZOA
280
THE EVOLUTION OF INVERTEBRATES AND THE ANCESTRY OF THE VERTEBRATES
292
THE YELLOW PERCH
305
PISCES
316
THE GREEN FROG
327
AMPIHUIA
339

HEXAPODA
84
THE DOCTRINE OF EVOLUTION
101
THE SPIDERS AND ALLIES ARACHNIDA AND THE CEN TIPKDS AND MlLLEPEDS MYR1APODA
116
THE CRAYFISH
125
ARTHROPODA 188
138
PELECYPODA
157
MOLLUSCA
177
THE EARTHWORM 15
223
REITILIA
348
THE DOMESTIC PIGEON 384
364
AVES
374
THE GRAY SQUIRREI
398
MAMMALIA
408
INDEX
453
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