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what is BUNDLE OF HIS?1 2394
what are the pricipal olfactory organs of snakes?2 2771
what is the function of pectoralis major and pectoralis minor in birds wings?1 10229
jelly fish belongs to which animal phylum?3 3530
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Diff between hollard,chresard,echard?4 20235
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sub groups of mammalia?2 2784
anaconda belongs to which family?3 4254
study of abnormalities during embryonic devt called?1 2276
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How can fish safety be controlled?
I have an interview of post of lecturer in Zoology( entomology)department,please guide me about interview questions.
what is the classification of a lobster?
In mammals, somatosensory, visual, auditory, and olfactory sensory systems all project to the cerebral cortex. To what extent does this imply some common form of neural processing?
wat do you enjoy most about the type of zoology work you do
How does excretion take place in fish?
What is a central pattern generator (CPG)?
How are fishery catches changing?
How is the role of regional fishery bodies changing?
What is the average salary that zoologist that work in the feild of ethology make.
Its danger for human to sleep at night under a big a tree, why its not danger for birds because they sit on the tree whole night?
Discuss the major features of at least two very different nervous systems (i.e. jellyfish, locust, lamprey, octopus, owl, rat, monkey). In what ways might the features of each system affect neural processing?
What contaminants are affecting fisheries?
Does anyone know of any genetic defects on animals? I'm just curious why I've never seen an animal with gigantism, or dwarfism, or down syndrome. I'm sure they all dont die at birth. I'm really interested in some information on this. thanks
do you get to deal with animals hands on wile in college