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Erythrocyte Sizes of Some Anurans From Turkey
The erythrocyte sizes of some anurans from Turkey (Rana ridibunda, Bufo bufo, Bufo viridis, Pelobates syriacus, Bombina bombina, Hyla arborea) were established utilizing blood smears stained withExpand
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Morphology of peripheral blood cells from various Turkish snakes
The present study is on the morphologies and sizes of peripheral blood cells (erythrocytes, leucocytes and thrombocytes) of thirty two Turkish snake species from blood smears, stained with Wright'sExpand
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Erythrocyte sizes of some Urodeles from Turkey
This study is on the erythrocyte sizes of some urodeles ( Salamandra salamandra, Triturus vulgaris, Triturus karelinii, Tri-turus vittatus, Mertensiella luschani, Mertensiella caucasica) living inExpand
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Taxonomic notes on the snakes of Northern Cyprus, with observations on their morphologies and ecologies
A total of 66 specimens belonging to eleven snake species, some of which were collected during the fi eld studies of 17-31 July and 3-25 September 2003, and some others which have been previouslyExpand
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Comparative morphological and serological studies of three Anatolian Mountain frogs, Rana macrocnemis, R. camerani and R. holtzi (Anura, Ranidae)
Three currently recognized species of Anatolian mountain frogs were analyzed for species boundaries. Meristic and proportional measurement data of three populations, including two topotypical ones,Expand
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Erythrocyte Measurements of some Scincids from Turkey
The aim of this study was to determine the erythrocyte and nucleus sizes of some scincids (Ablepharus chernovi, Chalcides ocellatus, Eumeces schneideri, Mabuya aurata, Mabuya vittata, and OphiomorusExpand
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Morphological and serological investigations on Lacerta laevis Gray, 1838 (Sauria: Lacertidae) populations from Anatolia
Abstract A total of 51 specimens of Lacerta laevis (25 ♂, 26 ♀) from the area of Mersin and Hatay (southern Anatolia) were investigated morphologically, and of these 24 specimens (12 ♂, 12 ♀) wereExpand
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A preliminary study on the feeding biology of the Dice Snake, Natrix tessellata, in Turkey
Food composition of the Dice snake, Natrix tessellata, was studied in the Anatolian part of Turkey. A total of 76 prey items were recorded from 51 museum specimens and compared between sexes and ageExpand
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