Earthworm: An example of annelid What they are - biological definition Annelids are invertebrate, vermiform-looking animals that have their bodies segmented into rings. The Anellida phylum is large and diverse, with about 16,500 species (known so far). Habitat Annelids, according to species, live in terrestrial and marine environments.
Kangaroo: A typical marsupial from the Australian lowlands Scientific Classification: Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Infraclass: Marsupialia Order: Diprotodontia Family: Macropodidae Genus: Macropus Information and Key Features: - The Kangaroo is a marsupial mammal animal. - Kangaroo habitat is the plains of Australia and Papua New Guinea.
Bibliographic indication for the study of Obesity Bibliography (indication of books on Obesity): Obesity, Bariatric Surgery and Weight Loss Author: Nobrega, Cláudio Publisher: Jurua Publisher Childhood Obesity - Epidemiological Profile and Associated Factors Author: Rech, Ricardo Rodrigo Publisher: Educs Glúten e Obesity - The Trimming Weight Loss Author: Racco, Regina Publisher: Racco Publisher Obesity and Psychic Suffering Author: Spada, Patricia Vieira Publisher: Unifesp Childhood Obesity Author: Senninger, Franck Publisher: Voices Obesity and Metabolic Syndrome for Clinician Author: Halpern, Alfredo Publisher: Roca Obesity and Diabetes Author: Cintra, Dennys E.
Neurology: study of the nervous system What is Neurology Neurology is the branch of medicine that specializes in the study of the nervous system (central and peripheral). Neurology also studies the diseases of the nervous system and the relationships and their relationships with other parts of the human body. The doctor specializing in neurology is called a neurologist.
Alligator: 60 day incubation period Introduction The incubation time of birds and reptiles varies from species to species. It lasts long enough for the animal to develop inside the egg until hatching (birth of the animal). Below is the average incubation time of some species. Species and incubation time (on average) BIRDS Agapomis - 23 days Albatross - 80 days Ostrich - 42 days Calafate - 15 days Swallow - 20 days Pheasant - 22 days Falcon - 29 days Chicken - 21 days Goose - 30 days Duck - 28 days Budgerigar - 18 days Peru - 26 days Penguin - 63 days Pigeon - 18 days Diamond Roller - 13 days REPTILES Alligator - 60 days Sea Turtle - 55 days Teiú - 60 to 90 days Caulking: only 15 days (one of the smallest among birds).
Lymphocyte: type of spherical-core leukocyte What are leukocytes - definition Leukocytes, also known as white blood cells, are cells present in the blood and produced in bone marrow and lymphatic tissue. They are called white blood cells because, unlike red blood cells (red blood cells), they have no pigments.