Cyclic changes in fine structure of the epithelium lining the ovary of the viviparous
teleost, Cymatogaster aggregate (Perciformes: Embiotocidae).
Oogenesis and Ovarian Histology in Two Populations of the Viviparous
Lizard Sceloporus grammicus (Squamata: Prhynosomatidae) From the Central Mexican Plateau.
90,94) An important conclusion deduced from these results is that the eutherians and marsupials are totally different animal groups in terms of the LTR retrotransposon-derived genes, suggesting that these genes contributed to the diversification of the two viviparous
mammalian groups via a generation of eutherian- and marsupial-specific traits like PEG11/RTL1, SIRH7/LDOC1, SIRH3/ LDOC1L and SIRH11/ZCCHC16.
In this paper we describe spatial and temporal variation in life-history traits of the viviparous
fish Gambusia vittata.
The effects of Dictyocaulus viviparous
infection on energy metabolism of calves.
The ecology and physiology of viviparous
and recalcitrant seeds.
Climate affects embryonic development in a viviparous
snake, Vipera aspis.
Females are viviparous
, once fertilized they discharge as many as 50,000 microfilaria per day.
2001): <<Structure and Ultrastructure of the Epididymis of the Viviparous
Lizard during the Annual Hormonal Cycle: Changes of the Epithelium Related to Secretory Activity>>, Journal of Morphology, vol.
Globally it has been observed that lizards with viviparous
reproduction (retention of embryos within the mother's body) are being threatened by changing weather patterns.
It's a viviparous
plant Its pen-like viviparous
seedling stretches out from circular cone-shaped mature fruit The green viviparous
seedling turns reddish-brown and falls into the muddy ground when mature.
Reproductive traits of two sympatric viviparous
skinks (Mabuya macrorhyncha and Mabuya agilis) in a Brazilian restinga habitat.
Rockfish are viviparous
and the oil globule size of larvae at parturition has been shown to have direct effects on time until starvation and growth rate.
cervi, are viviparous
and produce one larva at a time.
, which means that, like us, they bear live young.