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Guide to sea turtle visceral anatomy

William E Rainey

Guide to sea turtle visceral anatomy

by William E Rainey

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service, Southeast Fisheries Center, Panama City Laboratory in Panama City, Fla .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sea turtles -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWilliam E. Rainey
    SeriesNOAA technical memorandum NMFS-SEFC -- 82
    ContributionsPanama City Laboratory
    The Physical Object
    Paginationi, 82 p. :
    Number of Pages82
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13605950M

    At first glance the turtle anatomy may appear to be simple, however, underneath of its shell turtle can be fairly complex. Head: foremost part of a tortoise which is attached to the trunk; Neck: part of a tortoise between the head and the body ; Nuchal shell: hard plate that forms the shell of the tortoise close to the nape of the neck; Vertebral shell: scale above the tortoises spinal column. Request PDF | Sea Turtle Health and Rehabilitation | From the Preface: For several years it had been apparent to those of us working with sea turtles that there was a need to assemble within one.

    Sea turtle, any of seven species of marine turtles belonging to the families Dermochelyidae (leatherback sea turtles) and Cheloniidae (green turtles, flatback sea turtles, loggerhead sea turtles, hawksbills, and ridleys). Both families are highly aquatic, and most species only appear on coastal beaches for egg laying. Fibropapillomatosis, discussed in more detail in Sea Turtle Physical Examination Part 2, is a common problem in green turtles (Chelonia mydas) and frequently involves the lids, conjunctiva, and cornea. A “Horner’s like” syndrome, including partial ptosis or drooping of the upper eyelid, small or miotic pupils, and enophthalmos has been.

    While Sea Turtle Physical Examination Part 1 explores evaluation of the eyes, ears, nose, and throat, the remainder of the physical exam will be described here in Part 2 and in Body Condition Scoring the Sea Turtle.. Cardiopulmonary system. Peripheral pulses are not palpable in sea turtles and cardiac auscultation is not possible due to the presence of the external shell. Clinical Pathology of Sea Turtles Nicole Stacy, DVM, , Dipl. ACVP (Clinical Pathology) and Shane Boylan, DVM NOTE: This summary is intended as a brief, basic orientation in sea turtle clinical pathology and is not complete.


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The anatomy of the sea turtle is unique in that it is one of the few creatures to have both an internal and external skeleton. In all species except the leatherback, the external skeleton, whose main purpose is to provide protection and support for internal organs, is comprised of a bony shell which is, itself, divided into two halves: the lower plastron and the upper carapace.

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Green sea turtles The green sea turtle is the only sea turtle that’s a vegetarian. Green sea turtles have a brown or black oval-shaped shell and can grow to be about 3 1/2 to 4 1/2 feet long and weigh between to pounds.

This species of turtle is named for the color of its body fat, which is green. Guide to sea turtle visceral anatomy / By William E Rainey and Panama City Laboratory.

Abstract. Mode of access: Internet Topics: Sea turtles. Publisher: Panama City, Fla.: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service, Southeast Fisheries Center, Panama Author: William E Rainey and Panama City Laboratory.

Guide to sea turtle visceral anatomy. Panama City, Fla.: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service, Southeast Fisheries Center, Panama City Laboratory, [].

The Anatomy of Sea Turtles is or gan- ized so that it can be used either as a guide to dis- section or as an anatomical reference to species identification, standard methods, and dissectionAuthor: Jeanette Wyneken.

The Anatomy of Sea Turtles is organized so that it can be used either as a guide to dissection or as an anatomical reference to species identification, standard methods, and dissection (pp.

) or as an anatomical reference to sea turtle structures or systems. Most of the photos in this guide. Description: "The need for an up-to-date guide to the anatomy of sea turtles became clear toward the end of the s.

Increasing numbers of individuals developed the interest, talents, and techniques to study the biology of sea turtles, contend with their illnes Cited by: Threats to sea turtles.

Sea turtles are under threat from a variety of hazards. Major threats in the United States include damage and changes to nesting and foraging habitats, accidental capture during fishing, getting tangled in marine debris, and being hit by boats and reduce harm to sea turtles, NOAA restricts commercial fishers from using certain kinds of fishing gear (gill nets.

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This full-color guide presents extensive information for the rescue, evaluation, care, and rehabilitation of sick and injured sea turtles at every stage of life.

Anatomy Reptile of the Sea. Sea turtles are adapted to live in the ocean, with some unique features that help them to survive in the marine environment.

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