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Axial bifurcation in serpents

Bert Cunningham

Axial bifurcation in serpents

an historical survey of serpent monsters having part of the axial skeleton duplicated

by Bert Cunningham

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Published by Duke university press in Durham, N. C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Animals -- Abnormalities.,
  • Serpents.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Bert Cunningham ...
    SeriesDuke university publications, Duke University publications
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL991 .C95
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 117 p.
    Number of Pages117
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14098427M
    LC Control Number38011088

    In a monograph which is entitled "Axial Bifurcation in Serpents," and which comes from the press of Duke 'University, Dr. Bert Cunningham collects for his fellowbiologists verified cases of. Cunningham, B. Axial bifurcation in serpents. Durham, NC: Duke University Press. A long-necked diapsid reptile from the Upper Jurassic/Lower Cretaceous of .

      Despite considerable efforts to stabilize axial compressors at efficient operating points, preventing and suppressing rotating stall and surge are still challenging problems. In this work, we address issues concerning the modelling, bifurcation analysis, stability and active control of these performance limiting : Gholam-Reza Sari, Ouassima Akhrif, Lahcen Saydy. The carotid bifurcation is the point at which the common carotid artery terminates. As it does so, it forms the internal and external carotid arteries which go on to supply the head and neck.. It is closely related anatomically to the carotid body, a small group of chemoreceptors and supporting matrix that reacts to the change in the composition of the blood flowing through the g: serpents.

    He also summarises their internal anatomy and discusses the available information on these double-headed serpents' natural history and behaviour - fascinating! The full reference to this groundbreaking publication is: WALLACH, V. (). Axial bifurcation and duplication in snakes. Part I. A synopsis of authentic and anecdotal cases. Bull.   This meticulous and precise account of the theory of finite elasticity fills a significant gap in the literature. The book is concerned with the mathematical theory of non-linear elasticity, the application of this theory to the solution of boundary-value problems (including discussion of bifurcation and stability) and the analysis of the mechanical properties of solid materials capable of Missing: serpents.


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Write a review. Osiris Oliphant marked it as to-read Book Edition: 1st Edition. Axial Bifurcation in Serpents (Multiple Headed) Hardcover – January 1, by Bert Cunningham (Author)Author: Bert Cunningham. Axial Bifurcation in Serpents an Histori Hardcover – January 1, by Bert Cunningham (Author)Author: Bert Cunningham.

Title: Bifurcation in Serpents. (Scientific Books: Axial Bifurcation in Serpents) Book Authors: Cunningham, Bert: Review Author: Loveridge, Arthur. Axial bifurcation in serpents; an historical survey of serpent monsters having part of the axial skeleton duplicated.

Certain species of snakes are known to have multiple cases of axial bifurcation, owing partly to the common occurrence and widespread distribution of the species but also to their propagation in Author: Van Wallach.

Axial bifurcation in serpents; an historical survey of serpent monsters having part of the axial skeleton duplicated, By Bert Cunningham.

Abstract. Descriptive letterpress on versos facing the graphy: p. Mode of access: InternetAuthor: Bert Cunningham. Science 15 Apr Vol.

87, Issuepp. DOI: /scienceAuthor: Arthur Loveridge. Axial Bifurcation in Serpents: An Historical Survey of Serpent Monsters Having Part of the Axial Skeleton Duplicated by Bert Cunningham avg rating — 0 ratings. Fig. 7 illustrates a homoclinic bifurcation. For all values of the bifurcation parameter λ there are three fixed points; these are labeled as l, m, and u, and they are stable, a saddle and unstable, λ = λ 0 (shown in the middle panel), there is a homoclinic orbit labeled as γ h (t).This orbit satisfies lim t → ± ∞ γ h (t) = m and lies in both the stable and unstable Missing: serpents.

Bovd, William Kenneth (ed.). t See John Lawson Monographs, p. * See Serials, p. t See Periodicals, p. [7] Duke University Press Title List AXIAL BIFURCATION IN SERPENTS; AN HISTORICAL SURVEY OF SER¬ PENT MONSTERS HAVING PART OF THE AXIAL SKELETON DUPLI¬ CATED.

Axial Bifurcation in Serpents an Historical Survey of Serpent Monsters Having Part of the Axial Skeleton Duplicated by Bert Cunningham (p. 99) 99) Review by: Karl P. Schmidt. The serpent of the book is the serpent of wisdom, representing his reconciliation of both of these opposite and a recognition of the inarticulate understanding of his mother, an understanding which enables him to reconcile himself with living in the Highlands.

His breakdown after his father’s death and his restoration through his growing Missing: Axial bifurcation. His Axial Bifurcation in Serpents: An Historical Survey of Serpent Monsters Having Part of the Axial was published in by Duke University Press.

Cunningham died inbefore his book Introduction to Biology for the College Students could be published.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My libraryMissing: Axial bifurcation  serpents. We may well have a deep-seated fear handed down over the years of anything that sounds like a multi-headed serpent, and so take more notice of these creatures.

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Indeed, from Figureit is possible to see many different solution branches, most of them third-mode flutter discussed previously becomes unstable at U = through a pitchfork bifurcation (Λ = +1) which breaks the symmetry of the response with respect to the g: serpents. Serpent is the first book in the NUMA Files series of books co-written by best-selling author Clive Cussler and veteran of mystery books Paul Kemprecos, and was published in The main character of this series is Kurt Austin and Joe Zavala.

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This specimen clearly is an instance of a developmental malformation known as axial bifurcation (Cunningham ). When affecting the anterior part of the body, it results in two-headed abnormal specimens that may also exhibit a more or less complete duplication of the neck, depending on the number of cervical vertebrae by: 6.

1. Author(s): Cunningham,Bert, Title(s): Axial bifurcation in serpents; an historical survey of serpent monsters having part of the axial skeleton duplicated,by Bert Cunningham.The Februissue of the journal Biology Letters detailed the discovery of a million-year-old fossil of a two-headed Hyphalosaurus lingyuanensis, marking the earliest known occurrence of axial bifurcation.

This textbook presents the most efficient analytical techniques in the local bifurcation theory of vector fields. It is centered on the theory of normal forms and its applications, including interaction with symmetries. The first part of the book reviews Missing: serpents.