INVESTIGADORES
PONSSA Maria Laura
artículos
Título:
Forma, tamaño y tiempo en la ontogenia de Anfibios y Reptiles
Autor/es:
MARISSA FABREZI; SILVIA INÉS QUINZIO; JULIO CÉSAR CRUZ; MARIANA CHULIVER PEREYRA; ADRIANA MANZANO; VIRGINIA ABDALA; MARÍA LAURA PONSSA ; YANINA PRIETO; JAVIER GOLDBERG
Revista:
CUADERNOS DE HERPETOLOGíA
Editorial:
ASOCIACIÓN HERPETOLÓGICA ARGENTINA
Referencias:
Lugar: San Miguel de Tucumán; Año: 2017 vol. 31 p. 103 - 103
ISSN:
0326-551X
Resumen:
Forms, size and time in ontogeny of Amphibians and Reptiles. In the life of an organism (ontogeny), phenotypic changes happen throughout the time. This contribution is a review of: a)terms and definitions used in studies of the ontogeny, b) the importance to distinguish between shape variation (development) and size variation (growth); and c) the need to consider the real time (age) in which the ontogeny takes place. Based on available information about the ontogeny among tetrapods with emphasis in anurans and nonavian sauropsids, it is outlined the need to increase the information about the ontogeny for comparative studies. We denote the relevancy to get tables of development to identify ontogenetic variation, the study of three fundamental components of ontogenies (it forms - size-time), and the processes that the age organizes (development and growth) to contribute the paradigm of the Evolution of the Development
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