Anatomy and Physiology

Anatomy and Physiology

1st Edition - January 28, 1975

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  • Editor: Geoffrey Bourne
  • eBook ISBN: 9780323150361

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The Rhesus Monkey, Volume I: Anatomy and Physiology discusses the anatomic and physiological measurement, microscopic anatomy, learning, skills, general behavior, and vocalization of rhesus monkey. The rhesus monkey (Macaca mulatta) is widely used for biomedical and psychological studies. Accordingly, an enormous fund of scientific information is available in papers and some collected data. This book is generally a collection of data from over 2000 papers on rhesus monkey. It covers topics on the cerebral angiography, electrocardiogram, and vector cardiogram of the rhesus monkey. It also provides additional information on morphology and function of rhesus kidney; the development and eruption of teeth in rhesus; and the histology and histochemistry of the rhesus monkey. This book serves as an invaluable reference work for all who work with this primate.

Table of Contents


  • List of Contributors

    Preface

    Contents of Volume II

    1 Collected Anatomical and Physiological Data from the Rhesus Monkey

    I Anthropological Determinations

    II Body Weight, Organ Weight, and Maturity

    III Estimation of Gestational Age and Birth Weight

    IV Physical Growth and Age Estimation

    V Growth and Development of Fetal Rhesus; Physical Growth

    VI Growth of Maturing Macaca mulatta

    VII Roentgenographic Estimation of Bone Age

    VIII Ossification in the Fetal Monkey

    IX Ureteral Physiology

    X Auditory Thresholds

    XI Visual Data

    XII Diurnal Temperature Variations

    XIII Blood Clotting

    XIV Respiratory Function

    XV Cardiovascular Values

    XVI Cerebral Blood Gases

    XVII Endocrine Data

    XVIII General Physiological Measurements

    2 Cerebral Angiography

    I Anatomy of the Cerebral Vessels

    II Angiographic Techniques

    III The Normal Cerebral Angiogram

    IV Applications of Cerebral Angiography in Pathological States

    References

    3 The Electrocardiogram (ECG) and Vectorcardiogram (VCG) of the Rhesus Monkey

    I Introduction

    II The Normal ECG

    III The Normal VCG

    IV Abnormal ECG'S and VCG'S

    V Conclusions

    References

    4 Structure and Function of the Rhesus Kidney

    I Introduction

    II Morphology

    III Physiological Observations

    References

    5 Development and Eruption of Teeth in Rhesus

    I Form and Function of the Dentition

    II Development of the Teeth

    III Eruption of the Teeth

    IV Calcification of the Teeth

    V Summary

    References

    6 The Histology and Histochemistry of the Rhesus Monkey

    I Introduction

    II Lip

    III Tongue

    IV Salivary Glands

    V Tonsil

    VI Esophagus

    VII Stomach

    VIII Duodenum

    IX Jejunum and lleum

    X Colon

    XI The Cecum

    XII The Rectum

    XIII The Pancreas

    XIV Liver

    XV Gallbladder

    XVI The Spleen

    XVII The Lymphatic System

    XVIII Thymus

    XIX Olfactory Mucosa

    XX Trachea

    XXI Lung

    XXII Thyroid Gland

    XXIII Parathyroids

    XXIV The Adrenals

    XXV The Pituitary

    XXVI Pineal Gland

    XXVII The Kidney

    XXVIII Ureter

    XXIX Bladder

    XXX Female Reproductive System

    XXXI Male Reproductive System

    XXXII Skin

    XXXIII The Aorta and the Vena Cava

    XXXIV Abdominal Aorta

    XXXV Heart Muscle

    XXXVI Skeletal Muscle

    XXXVII Carotid Body

    XXXVIII Auricle (External Ear)

    References

    7 The Learning Skills of the Rhesus Monkey

    I Introduction

    II Short-Term Memory

    III Learning Set

    IV Transfer Index Studies

    V Summary

    References

    8 Behavior of Free-Ranging Adult Rhesus Macaques: A Review

    I Introduction

    II Sources of Information

    III Estrus

    IV The Consort

    V Partner Preferences

    VI Rank

    VII Male-Female Relations Outside of Estrus

    VIII Other Adult Behaviors

    IX Interactions between Groups

    References

    9 Perception and Learning in Infant Rhesus Monkeys

    I Neonatal Behaviors

    II Techniques for Studying Perception and Learning in Infants

    III Learning Abilities of the Rhesus Neonate and Infant

    IV Some Stimulus Factors Affecting Infant Discrimination Learning

    V Visual Perception in the Neonate and Infant

    VI Hearing in the Neonate and Infant

    VII Other Perceptual Functions

    VIII Perceptual "Enrichment" in Early Infancy

    IX Conclusions

    References

    10 Rhesus Monkey Vocal Sounds

    I Introduction

    II Description of Sounds

    III Factors Affecting Variability

    IV Structure, Function, and Volition

    V Summary

    References

    11 The Neural Bases of Aggression and Sexual Behavior in the Rhesus Monkey

    I Introduction

    II Assessment of Experimental Techniques

    III Behavioral Aspects of Aggression in Rhesus Monkeys

    IV Agonistic Behaviors Evoked by Electrical Stimulation of the Brain

    V Correlation of Response Units with Integrated Behavior

    VI Inhibition of Aggressive Behavior

    VII Effects of Lesions on Agonistic Behavior

    VIII Neural Mechanisms of Sexual Behavior

    IX Commentary

    References

    Subject Index








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  • No. of pages: 436
  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © Academic Press 1975
  • Published: January 28, 1975
  • Imprint: Academic Press
  • eBook ISBN: 9780323150361

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