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Muscles of Chordates : Development, Homologies, and Evolution

Author: Rui Diogo; Julia Molnar; Janine M Ziermann; Virginia Abdala; Natalia Siomava
Publisher: Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, 2018.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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"Chordates comprise all vertebrates plus a variety of unfamilar, distantly related and crucially important lineages (sea squirts, acorn worms, others). This book will be the first volume to synthesize and summarize what is known of the organization, development, homology and evolution of the muscles of all chordate animals. Muscles as different as those used by sea squirts and for human facial expression will be  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Rui Diogo; Julia Molnar; Janine M Ziermann; Virginia Abdala; Natalia Siomava
ISBN: 9780203702987 0203702980 9781351334945 1351334948 9781351334938 135133493X
OCLC Number: 1027750411
Description: 1 online resource : text file, PDF
Contents: Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Preface; About the Authors; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1: Introduction; Chapter 2: Methodology; Biological Material; Nomenclature; Phylogeny and Homology; Chapter 3: Non-Vertebrate Chordates and the Origin of the Muscles of Vertebrates; Ciona Intestinalis and Branchiostoma Floridae as Examples of Urochordates and Cephalochordates; Evolution and Homology of Chordate Muscles Based on Developmental and Anatomical Studies; Recent Findings on the "New Head Hypothesis" and the Origin of Vertebrates. Development and Evolution of Chordate Muscles and the Origin of Head Muscles of VertebratesGeneral Remarks; Chapter 4: General Discussion on the Early Evolution of the Vertebrate Cephalic Muscles; General Remarks; Chapter 5: Cephalic Muscles of Cyclostomes and Chondrichthyans; Myxine Glutinosa: Atlantic Hagfish; Petromyzon Marinus: Sea Lamprey; Hydrolagus Colliei: Spotted Ratfish; Squalus Acanthias: Spiny Dogfish; Leucoraja Erinacea: Little Skate; Evolution of Cephalic Muscles in Phylogenetically Basal Vertebrates. Metamorphosis, Life History, Development, Muscles, and Chordate Early EvolutionGeneral Remarks; Chapter 6: Cephalic Muscles of Actinopterygians and Basal Sarcopterygians; Mandibular Muscles; Hyoid Muscles; Branchial Muscles; Hypobranchial Muscles; General Remarks; Chapter 7: Development of Cephalic Muscles in Chondrichthyans and Bony Fishes; General Remarks; Chapter 8: Head and Neck Muscle Evolution from Sarcopterygian Fishes to Tetrapods, with a Special Focus on Mammals; Origin and Evolution of the Mammalian Mandibular Muscles; Hyoid Muscles; Branchial, Pharyngeal, and Laryngeal Muscles. Hypobranchial MusclesEmblematic Example of the Remarkable Diversity and Evolvability of the Mammalian Head: The Evolution of Primate Facial Expression Muscles, with Notes on the Notion of a Scala Naturae; General Remarks; Chapter 9: Head and Neck Muscles of Amphibians; Mandibular Muscles; Hyoid Muscles; Branchial Muscles; Hypobranchial Muscles; General Remarks; Chapter 10: Head and Neck Muscles of Reptiles; Mandibular Muscles; Hyoid Muscles; Branchial Muscles; Hypobranchial Muscles; General Remarks; Chapter 11: Development of Cephalic Muscles in Tetrapods; Development of Mandibular Muscles. Development of Hyoid MusclesDevelopment of Branchial Muscles; Development of Hypobranchial Muscles; Development of Cephalic Muscles in the Axolotl in a Broader Comparative Text; General Remarks; Chapter 12: Pectoral and Pelvic Girdle and Fin Muscles of Chondrichthyans and Pectoral-Pelvic Nonserial Homology; Muscles of Paired Appendages of Squalus Acanthias; Muscles of Paired Appendages of Leucoraja Erinacea; Muscles of Paired Appendages of Hydrolagus Colliei; Plesiomorphic Configuration for Chondrichthyans and Evolution of the Cucullaris; Forelimb-Hindlimb Serial Homology Dogma.
Responsibility: Rui Diogo, Julia Molnar, Janine M. Ziermann, Virginia Abdala, Natalia Siomava.

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"Chordates comprise all vertebrates plus a variety of unfamilar, distantly related and crucially important lineages (sea squirts, acorn worms, others). This book will be the first volume to synthesize and summarize what is known of the organization, development, homology and evolution of the muscles of all chordate animals. Muscles as different as those used by sea squirts and for human facial expression will be included. For the first time muscles of the entire body and both the pectoral and pelvic regions will be reviewed."--Provided by publisher.

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