Morphological studies of the oral roof of the Egyptian laughing dove (Streptopelia Senegalensis Aegyptiaca) and Japanese quail Coturnix Coturnix Japonicum) [electronic resource].

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  • Journal of veterinary anatomy, 2018 v. 11 (2) [electronic resource].
Subject(s): Online resources: In: Journal of Veterinary Anatomy 2019.v11(2)Summary: This study aimed to determine the morphological characteristics of the palate, choanal slit of two birds of different families; Japanese Quail (JQ) for family Phasianidae and Laughing Dove (LD) for family Columbidae by gross anatomy, scanning electron microscopy and light microscopy. The organs of 16 birds (eight laughing doves and eight Japanese quails) were used. The length of the oropharyngeal roof was nearly equal in both birds; it was divided into oral and pharyngeal roofs. The oral roof (palate) was narrow elongated triangular shaped in LD and wide triangular shaped in JQ, and the oral roof (palate) was longer in LD than that of JQ.
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This study aimed to determine the morphological characteristics of the palate, choanal slit of two birds of different families; Japanese Quail (JQ) for family Phasianidae and Laughing Dove (LD) for family Columbidae by gross anatomy, scanning electron microscopy and light microscopy. The organs of 16 birds (eight laughing doves and eight Japanese quails) were used. The length of the oropharyngeal roof was nearly equal in both birds; it was divided into oral and pharyngeal roofs. The oral roof (palate) was narrow elongated triangular shaped in LD and wide triangular shaped in JQ, and the oral roof (palate) was longer in LD than that
of JQ.

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