by Translated and published for the Smithsonian Institution and the National Science Foundation by the Nolit Pub. House, available from U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Technical Information Service in Belgrade, Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Other titles||Contributions to sirenology.|
|Statement||Joanne Friderico Brandt ; [translated by Alison Barlow].|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||122|
Contributions to Sirenology, Being Principally an Illustrated Natural History of Rhytina by J. F. Brandt, Alison Barlow (pp. ) Review by: Daryl P. Domning DOI: / Brandt, J. F. (Translated by Alison Barlow). CONTRIBUTIONS TO SIRENOLOGY, BEING PRINCIPALLY AN ILLUSTRATED NATURAL HISTORY OF RHYTINA. Nolit Publishing House, Belgrade, Yugoslavia, for the Smithsonian Institution and the National Science Founda-tion, pp., 5 pls., (Available from U.S. Department of Commerce National. Comparisons of endocranial casts of the subfamily Hydrodamalinae (Mammalia; Sirenia) reveal some interesting evolutionary trends, especially in the changes to the shape of the cerebrum and olfactory bulbs, and the position of the optic nerve. Endocranial casts of both Hydrodamalis spissa (Furusawa, and H. gigas (Zimmermann, ) reveal several synapomorphies (spherical Cited by: 3. Carbon isotope differences (Δ13C) between bioapatite and diet, collagen and diet, and bioapatite and collagen were calculated for four species of sirenians, Dugong dugon (Müller), Trichechus manatus (Linnaeus), Trichechus inunguis (Natterer), and the extinct Hydrodamalis gigas (Zimmerman). Bone and tooth samples were taken from archived materials collected from populations during the mid.
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