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Title Heads, jaws, and muscles : anatomical, functional, and developmental diversity in chordate evolution / editors, Janine M. Ziermann, Raul E. Diaz Jr. and Rui Diogo.

Published Cham : Springer, 2019.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource
Series Springer Biomedical and Life Sciences eBooks 2019 English+International
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Intro; Preface; Acknowledgments; Contents; Contributors; About the Editors; 1: Evolution of Chordate Cardiopharyngeal Muscles and the Origin of Vertebrate Head Muscles; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Musculature of the Sea Squirt Ciona intestinalis and Amphioxus Branchiostoma floridae; 1.3 Evolution and Homology of Chordate Muscles Based on Developmental and Anatomical Studies; 1.4 Recent Findings in the Context of the New Head Hypothesis; 1.4.1 Development and Evolution of Chordate Muscles and the Origin of Jaw and Other Head Muscles in Vertebrates; 1.4.2 General Remarks; References
2: Early Vertebrates and the Emergence of Jaws2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Innovations; 2.2.1 Origin of the New Head; 2.2.2 Evolution and Development of Jaws and the Hyoid Arch; Gill Arch Theory/Serial Hypothesis; Evolution and Development of the Jaws; Mandibular Confinement Hypothesis; 2.2.3 Separated Nasal Sacs and the Heterotopy and Mandibular Confinement Hypotheses; 2.2.4 The First Jaws in Phylogenetically Basal Jawed Vertebrates: The Placoderms; 2.2.5 Mineralization Associated with Jaws; Organized Teeth and Dentitions in Early Vertebrates Homology of Placoderm Tooth Plates2.2.6 Musculature Associated with the Jaws, Hyoid Arch and Branchial Arches; 2.2.7 Evolution of a Neck and a Moveable Head; 2.3 Conclusions; Further Reading; References; 3: Cranium, Cephalic Muscles, and Homologies in Cyclostomes; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Skull and Jaw Evolution; 3.2.1 The Cyclostome Chondrocranium; 3.2.2 Development of the Chondrocranium; 3.2.3 The Evolution of Jaws; 3.3 Muscle Evolution; 3.3.1 Evolution of the Gnathostome Jaw and Mandibular Arch Muscles; 3.4 Summary; References
4: Chondrichthyan Evolution, Diversity, and Senses4.1 Introduction; 4.1.1 What Are Chondrichthyes?; 4.1.2 Historical Overview; 4.1.3 Evolutionary History of Chondrichthyans; 4.2 Early Origin of Holocephalans and Iniopterygians; 4.3 Major Events in the Evolution of Chondrichthyans; 4.3.1 What Makes Them Special?; 4.3.2 The Chondrichthyan Cranium; 4.3.3 Chondrichthyan Jaws and Jaw Suspension; 4.4 Chondrichthyan Dentitions; 4.5 Musculature; 4.5.1 Muscles for Jaw Mechanics; 4.5.2 Modification of the Jaw Musculature in Suction Feeders; 4.5.3 Jaw Musculature in Prey Crushers
4.5.4 Musculature Used for Breathing, and Spiracular Breathing4.6 Gill Arch Evolution; 4.7 Chondrichthyan Brains and Senses; 4.8 Sense Organ Development; 4.8.1 Smell/Olfaction; 4.8.2 Taste/Gustation; 4.8.3 Vision; 4.8.4 Color Vision in Sharks?; 4.8.5 Hearing and Mechanosenses; 4.8.6 Electroreception (Ampullae of Lorenzini); 4.9 Conclusions; Further Readings; References; 5: Actinopterygians: Head, Jaws and Muscles; 5.1 Introduction; 5.1.1 Osteichthyes; 5.1.2 Actinopterygii; 5.2 Anatomy; 5.2.1 Skull and Jaws; Neurocranium; Splanchnocranium
Other author Ziermann, Janine M., 1980- editor.
Diaz, Raul E., editor.
Diogo, Rui, editor.
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Chordata -- Evolution.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783319935607 (electronic bk.)
3319935607 (electronic bk.)