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This 6 page Class Notes was uploaded by Ursula Waters on Thursday October 22, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to NRM 5324 at Texas Tech University taught by Reynaldo Patino in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 16 views. For similar materials see /class/226425/nrm-5324-texas-tech-university in Natural Resource Ecology And Mgmt at Texas Tech University.

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Date Created: 10/22/15
NRM 5324 Lecture 23 Outline Gastrointestinal System Basic functions of GI tract and associated organs II General anatomy I General physiology IV Digestive adaptations NRM 5324 Lectures 1719 Outline Reproduction I Why sexual reproduction II Reproductive patterns III Sex determination GSD ESDTSD IV Sex differentiation V Physiology of sex differentiation VI Ovary structure stages of oogenesis typespatterns of ovarian development modes of embryo nutrition VII Testis spermatocyst types of testes VIII Contrasts between oogenesis and spermatogenesis IX Ecophysiological control of reproduction NRM 5324 Lecture 1415 Outline Bioenergetics and Constraints of Size Bioenergetics 0 General 0 Energy budget equations and de nition ofterms 0 Factors influencing energy intake 0 Life history and energy budget partitioning Constraints of body size 0 Methods ofenergy acquisition and waste disposal 0 development of specialized organsstructures for food acquisition 0 development oforgans systems that increase surface areas for nutrient and gas exchange and waste disposal 0 Growth energy partitioning in relation to size or stage of development c Evolutionary history and ecological considerations 0 development of skeleton and type of skeletal systems 0 food web considerations mammals 0 Environment 0 biotic factors 0 abiotic factors NRM 5324 Lectures 2022 Outline Embryogenesis Hatching Early Growth VI Basic de nitions of growth and development Fertilization and modes of embryo development oviparity and internal development Embryogenesis cleavage early development maternal regulation Hatching general process controls Posthatch phases of development direct or precocial development indirect or altricial development metamorphosis Heterochrony NRM 5324 Lecture 1213 Outline Osmoregulation General 0 Freshwater versus marine origin of vertebrates 0 De nition ofterms Mechanisms of osmoregulation o Teleosts in freshwater o Teleosts in seawater o Teleost chloride cells 0 types 0 structure and function 0 Other groups of aquatic organisms NRM 5324 Lecture 16 Outline Endocrinology General de nitions Classi cation of hormones according to structure I Speci city of hormone action IV Homeostasis


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