3 edition of The adaptive significance of activity metabolism among anuran amphibians found in the catalog.
The adaptive significance of activity metabolism among anuran amphibians
B. Michael Walton
Written in English
|Statement||by B. Michael Walton.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 89/2187 (Q)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 157 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||157|
|LC Control Number||89892187|
Taigen TL () Activity metabolism of anuran amphibians: implication for the origin of endothermy. Am Nat – Google Scholar Tatner P, Bryant DM () Flight cost of a small passerine measured using doubly labeled water: implications for energetics by: Thermal and metabolic studies investigate the interaction of temperature and food intake with growth and development (Browne and Edwards, ; Hutchison and Duprle, ). Exposure of amphibians to higher temperatures – up to an optimum - increase growth rates and decreases An adaptive advantage of basking behavior in an anuran amphibian.
Buy Environmental Physiology of the Amphibians on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Environmental Physiology of the Amphibians: Feder, Martin E., Burggren, Warren W.: : Books5/5(1). Taken together, these suggest that adaptive radiations may be frequently encountered among clades of living amphibians. Recent summaries (i.e., Glor ; Losos and Mahler ) focus on a single case of nonadaptive radiation in the salamander genus Plethodon (Kozak et al. ), but in fact another salamander clade is a celebrated example Cited by:
adaptive in terms of reproductive efficiency and success.. However the adaptive significance of premating isolation is manifest only in situations where selection acts against individuals which mdsmate. Hence isolation between interacting taxa dependent solely on isolating mechanisms is 1.c:nttou3 and. likely to break down. The antipredator behavior of anuran amphibians serves as an example. For a toad, the decision to search for food in the presence of a predator (snake) increases the likelihood that it will be captured and eaten (Heinen, ).Cited by:
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One important difference in metabolic properties among anuran taxa may be exemplified by the work of Bennett and Licht,Bennett and Licht, ). They compared toads (Bufo boreas), ranids (R. pipiens) and tree-frogs (Hyla regilla). Toads are characterized by sustained locomotion, rely on skin toxins for defense, with limited ability to flee from by: Intraspecific Relationships between Resting and Activity Metabolism in Anuran Amphibians: Influence of Ecology and Behavior Article in Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 77(2) March.
THE SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR OF ANURAN AMPHIBIANS among males for access to mates. The conditions a more detailed discussion of the adaptive significance of explosive and prolonged breed.
Michael Walton has written: 'The adaptive significance of activity metabolism among anuran amphibians' Asked in Beauty, Digestive System, Muscular System Will having a high metabolism. There are differences in the water metabolism between frogs and toads, but these are such as the rate of uptake of water, hormonal, and behavior.
The adaptive nature of evaporative water loss (EWL) in anuran amphibians has been debated for quite a long time Cited by: 1. Studying the evolutionary significance of thermal adaptation in ectotherms: The diversification of amphibians’ energetics.
Bicudo, C.A. NavasIntraspecific relationships between resting and activity metabolism in anuran amphibians: Influence of ecology and behavior. Physiol. Biochem. Zool., 77 (), pp. Google by: 3. A great diversity of reproductive modes exists among anuran amphibians.
From the generalized mode of aquatic eggs and aquatic larvae many specialized modes have evolved. Some of these modes have evolved independently in unrelated lineages, whereas others are known only in one by: Studies of exercise physiology of anuran amphibians have led to the suggestion that there is a dichotomy between species that depend upon movement to.
Greenfield MD, Shaw KC () Adaptive significance of chorusing with special reference to the orthoptera. In: Morris GK, Boulder DT eds Orthopteran Mating Systems: Sexual Competition in a Diverse Group of Insects.
Boulder, CO: Westview, pp. 1– Google ScholarCited by: Visual Signaling in Anuran Amphibians in same individuals of C. calcarata in the presence of a small leptodactylid frag of the genus Pleurodema. In this case not oo1ythe fourth and fifth toes of a hind foot were curled and undulated, but the foot itself was lifted and rotated.
As in C. omata, individuals do not signal to all types of prey. For. Reassessment of aerobic metabolism in amphibians during activity.
Cardiovascular correlates of maximal oxygen consumption rates in anuran amphibians. comp. Physiol, – Shoemaker, V.H., Putnam, R. et al.
Reassessment of aerobic metabolism in amphibians during activity. J Comp Physiol B– (). https Cited by: In many regions, freshwater wetlands are increasing in salinity at rates exceeding historic levels. Some freshwater organisms, like amphibians, may be able to adapt and persist in salt-contaminated wetlands by developing salt tolerance.
Yet adaptive responses may be more challenging for organisms with complex life histories, because the same environmental stressor can require Cited by: Conclusions Collectively, our data suggest that some species of anuran amphibians have divergent and adaptive responses to salt exposure across populations and across different life stages.
Am J Physiol. May;(5) Enzymatic correlates of activity metabolism in anuran amphibians. Bennett AF. PMID: [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]Cited by: Preliminary to investigation of activity metabolism in larval anuran amphibians (Feder & Wassersug, ), I attempted to measure minimal VOi in these organisms (Feder, ).
Comparison of these data with the extensive literature on VOi of larval anurans has revealed several common errors in experimental design in previously published by: Consisting of more than six thousand species, amphibians are more diverse than mammals and are found on every continent save Antarctica.
Despite the abundance and diversity of these animals, many aspects of the biology of amphibians remain unstudied or misunderstood. The Ecology and Behavior of Amphibians aims to fill this gap in the literature on this remarkable taxon.5/5(4).
Enzymatic correlates of activity metabolism in anuran amphibians ALBERT F. BENNETT Departmen. of Zoology, University of California, and metabolic sources of energy among amphibians during activity (6, 7, 13). The range of this behavior is exemplified activity is whether it has a physiological or behavioral basis.
Does, for instance, the. ANAEROBIC METABOLISM DURING ACTIVITY IN AMPHIBIANS I I 2 4 6 8 10 Time active (mid FIG. Lactate content of B.
attenuatus and H. regilla during activity at 20°C. Mean values and 95% confidence limits of the means are reported by circles and.
Thermal relationships and exercise physiology in anuran amphibians: Integration and evolutionary implications Article Literature Review in Comparative biochemistry and physiology.
The aim of the present study was to describe the species composition and reproductive modes of an anuran community from a transition area between the Amazonia and Cerrado biomes. Data were collected in habitats exhibiting different degrees of anthropogenic degradation.
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E. Reproductive modes in anuran amphibians: Phylogenetic significance of adaptive strategies. South African Journal of Science,81, – Google ScholarCited by: