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physiology of the elephant

Benedict, Francis Gano

physiology of the elephant

by Benedict, Francis Gano

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Published by Carnegie Institution of Washington in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Elephants.,
  • Metabolism.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 293-300.

    Statementby Francis G. Benedict.
    Series[Carnegie Institution of Washington. Publication -- no. 474], Carnegie Institution of Washington publication -- 474.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL737.U8 B45
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 302 p. incl. illus., tables, diagrs.
    Number of Pages302
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14136065M
    LC Control Number36025245

      Elephant-coloured berries. Elmer shakes and shakes and shakes the bush. And all the berries fall on the ground. 7 8. The ground is full of berries. Elmer lies down, rolls over and over and over. There is no more yellow, orange, red, pink, purple, blue, green, black or white. When he has finished, Elmer looks like a normal elephant. He’s GREY. 8. I Am Going An Elephant and Piggie Book Author: Mo Willems Publish On: Packed full of humor and heart, the Elephant & Piggie Books are vetted by an early-learning specialist and early learners themselves, so they'll be right on target for new readers.

    She's good at this, because she can understand what they say and talk to them, too. But that's a secret. In the fifth book in the series, a playful baby elephant arrives at the zoo. But how can Zoe prevent him from rushing into big trouble. Author: Amelia Cobb. Publisher: Nosy Crow. ISBN: Get this from a library! Elephant seals: population ecology, behavior, and physiology. [Burney J Le Boeuf; Richard M Laws;] -- Elephant seals, weighing up to kilograms, are not only the largest seals but among the most impressive of all marine mammals. Brought to the brink of extinction by nineteenth-century hunters.

    physiology of the elephant, including an elaborate study of one 4,ooo-kg. female and supplementary observations on sixty-two other females, the Nutrition Laboratory gave special attention to the heart rate measured under ordinary conditions of feeding.' The literature contains little informa-tion regarding the heart rate of the elephant. In the. Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (M), or click on a page image below to browse page by page.


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An elephant’s ear will shed almost % of the total heat when maximally vasodilated and flapped gently. Since the size and shape of the ear is different in different elephants it is used in identification.

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Author: Francis Gano Benedict. The power to use the abilities of elephants. Variation of Mammalian Physiology. User with this ability either is or can mimic/transform into elephants, including both African and Asian Elephants as well as Mammoths and other probosideans, such as Mastodons.

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Book: The Physiology of the Elephant. pp pp. Abstract: An intensive study is reported on 63 adult female Indian elephants, the largest of which weighed kg.

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The physiology of the elephant Washington Australian/Harvard Citation. Benedict, Francis G.The physiology of the elephant Washington. Wikipedia Citation. Born out of a national conference on elephant care and physiology, this book is backed by 46 of the foremost authorities on the subject.

After a general overview of the elephant foot's anatomy and physiology, The Elephant's Foot leads practitioners through recognition, prevention, and treatment of a variety of foot problems.

This book covers normal anatomy and physiology of the elephant foot and teaches practitioners how to recognize, prevent, and treat foot problems. The work originated from a conference on elephant foot care held in March of and includes chapters from 46 leading authorities in the field of elephant foot s: 2.

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Brought to the brink of extinction by nineteenth-century hunters, the northern species has achieved a recovery that is unmatched by any other marine vertebrate.

Elephant seals are capable of tolerating remarkable physiological extremes of nutrition, temperature. Summary This chapter looks at the sensory apparatus, internal organ systems and physiology of the giraffe.

The spinal cord of the giraffe can. This work is a link in a chain of researches by the Carnegie Institution on comparative animal physiology, and deals with pure physiology, mainly metabolism, and chiefly with the physiology and metabolism of a large Indian elephant used in experiments, but numbers of circus elephants were also examined for data on general habits etc.

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This resulted in the disappearance of her ego. THE ELECTROCARDIOGRAM OF THE ELEPHANT* PAUL D. WHITE, M.D., JAMES L. JENKS, JR., A.B., AND FRANCIS G. BENEDICT, PH.D., BOSTON, MASS. IN THE course of a study of the physiology of the elephant an opportunity presented itself in the spring of to obtain a series of electrocardiograms from a number of circus elephants during their visit to Boston.

With their dangling dexterous trunks, mighty tusks and tremendous ears, they look like fantastical beasts anyway. But the elephant’s amazing anatomy is more than just skin deep. Although Asian (Elephas maximus) and African elephant (Loxodonta africana) reproductive physiology is similar during gestation and parturition, a few differences exist, which are described.

In addition, more data have been generated on Asian elephants, because the numbers of captive births in African elephants remain much lower than in Asian. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Benedict, Francis Gano, Physiology of the elephant.

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Appendix 1. Abbreviations used in this book. Appendix 2. Measurement conversion tables. Appendix 3. Sources for agents used in sedating, tranquilizing, immobilizing, and anesthetizing elephants. Appendix 4. Toxicology terms, abbreviations, equivalents.

Appendix 5. Elephant vital signs and physiological parameters. Appendix 6. I read this book having just returned from a trip to India which was focused on elephants.

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