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Avian Reproductive System Anatomy and Physiology
- Altricial: newly born young are relatively immobile, have closed eyes, lack down, and must be cared for by the adults. Altricial young are born helpless and require care for a comparatively long time.
- Precocial: young have open eyes, have down, large brains and are immediately mobile and somewhat able to defend themselves against predators.
Pages in category "Avian Reproduction"
The following 10 pages are in this category, out of 10 total.
- Avian Breeding, Ovulation and Oviposition - Anatomy & Physiology
- Avian Female Reproductive System
- Avian Female Sex Determination - Anatomy & Physiology
- Avian Hormonal Control of Testicular Function - Anatomy & Physiology
- Avian Male Reproductive Tract - Anatomy & Physiology
- Avian Semen - Anatomy & Physiology
- Avian Vent and Cloaca - Anatomy & Physiology