Human head and neck Vomeronasal cartilage

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Cells at the top (animal pole) are smaller and darker coloured; cells at the bottom (vegetal pole) are larger and contain more yolk. Vomeronasal cartilage
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List the differences between invertebrate and vertebrate members of Phylum Chordata. Vomeronasal cartilage
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The skull of Shinisaurus is tightly fused and inflexible. Its length, breadth, and height proportions are 5: 3 The dorsal and lateral surfaces of the cranium are sculptured due to the fusion of dermal osteoderms, the orbit is large. Vomeronasal cartilage
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Ilar j volume 50, Number 1, 2009 The Neurobiology of Social BehaviorIlar j volume 50, Number 1, 2009 The Neurobiology of Social Behavior
T/f social behavior applies to a broad range of behaviors whose expression is general between species. Vomeronasal cartilage
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