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Leopard - Anatomy

Archana, D.N. Sharma, R. Rajput, R.S. Kishtwaria, R.L. Bhardwaj, and L.S. Sudhakar (2006). Anatomy of north western himalayan leopard. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 76(8): 616-617. ISSN: 0367-8318.
Descriptors: leopard, north western Himalayan, anatomy, biogeography, population studies.

Kalita, A., M. Sarma, P. Roychoudhury, and G. Baishya (2001). Comparative anatomy of the skull of adult domestic cat and Indian leopard. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 71(11): 1014-1015. ISSN: 0367-8318.
Descriptors: leopard, Panthera pardus, comparative skull anatomy, adult domestic cat, morphology, gross anatomical comparisons.

Kalita, A., M. Sarma, and K.K. Sarma (2001). Anatomy of the mandible of Indian leopard. Indian Veterinary Journal 78(12): 1138-1140. ISSN: 0019-6479.
Descriptors: leopard, Panthera pardus, mandible, dental and oral system, ingestion, assimilation, ramus, body, condyles, coronoid process, anatomy.

Kalita, A., M. Sarma, K.K. Sarma, and R.N. Gowsami (2002). Craniometrical study in leopard. Indian Veterinary Journal 79(5): 477-480. ISSN: 0019-6479.
Descriptors: leopard, Panthera pardus, craniometrical study, skull, cephalic index, length, width, morphology, skeletal system, movement, support, cranial capacity.

Ray, S., G.K. Dutta, and M. Ray (1997). Anatomy of the mandible of leopard (Panthera pardus). Indian Veterinary Journal 74(9): 765-767. ISSN: 0019-6479.
Descriptors: leopard, Panthera pardus, skeletal system, mandible, movement, support, teeth, mental foramina, mandibular foramina, coronoid process, mandibular notch.

Ray, S., M. Ray, S.C. Mandal, and G.K. Dutta (1997). Anatomy of the humerus of leopard (Panthera pardus). Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 67(2): 131. ISSN: 0367-8318.
Descriptors: leopard, Panthera pardus, humerus, anatomy, skeletal system, movement, leg support, gross anatomy.

Ray, S., M. Ray, S.C. Mandal, G.K. Dutta, and K. Das (1996). Anatomical study of the femur (os femoris) of leopard (Panthera pardus). Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 66(2): 147-148. ISSN: 0367-8318.
Descriptors: leopard, Panthera pardus, femur, os femoris, anatomy, skeletal system, movement, support, caudal surface, cranial surface, length.

Sarma, K., M.M.S. Zama, S. Surp, and A. Kalita (2004). Macromorphological study on the kidney of leopard (Panthara pardus). Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 74(11): 1137-1138. ISSN: 0367-8318.
Descriptors: leopard, Panthara pardus, kidney, macromorphological study, urinary system, chemical coordination, homeostasis, India.

Shang Jian Ke, Chen Yu Qin, Shang Zhi Feng, Yu Shi Yuan, Han Guo Juan, Jia Zong Ping, Zhang Jing, Zhang Hu Lin, and Xie Ming Ren (2008). Renal histology and microvasculature in the Panthera pardus. Chinese Journal of Zoology 43(1): 155-158. ISSN: 0250-3263.
Descriptors: leopard, Panthera pardus, renal histology, microvasculature, urinary system, light microscopy, laboratory techniques, imaging and microscopy techniques, scanning electron microscopy, microvascular casting technique.
Language of Text: Chinese.

Sims, C. (2001). Morphological distinctions in skulls of five felids (Puma concolor, Panthera onca, Panthera pardus, Uncia uncia, and Acinonyx jubatus). Journal of Morphology 248(3): 285. ISSN: 0362-2525.
Descriptors: cheetah, Acinonyx jubatus, skull, morphological distinctions, skeletal system, cougar, jaguar, leopard, snow leopard, species comparison study.
Notes: Sixth International Congress of Vertebrate Morphology, Jena, Germany; July 21-26, 2001.

 

 

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