By R. D. Sinelnikov, Ludmila Aksenova
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The hinges are made from the flexible alpha keratin while the beta keratin, which is unique to reptiles, gives strength and hardness to the scales. Iridescence is caused by the physical properties of light on the thin and transparent outer layer of skin. When light strikes it from an angle the light spectrum is split into wavelengths of different colors. Depending on the color of the scales this will cause an iridescent effect when the snake moves. This feature is more obvious in black or dark snakes like the rainbow boa (Epicrates cenchria).
Vol. 1. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson. The internal economy; pp. 217–282. Bellairs, A. (1969d) The life of reptiles. Vol. 2. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson. The skin; pp. 283–332. Bellairs, A. (1969e) The life of reptiles. Vol. 2. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson. Nervous system, psychology and sex organs; pp. 332–390. Bellairs, A. (1969f) The life of reptiles. Vol. 2. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson. Sex and reproduction; pp. 390–433. Bennett, A. F. (1972) The effect of activity and oxygen consumption, oxygen debt and heart rate in lizards Varanus gouldii and Sauromalus hispidis.
Water is lost from the body mainly by evaporation through the skin and mucous membranes but also by respiration, urine and feces. Cutaneous water loss will depend on the amount of skin keratinization and the size of scales. It is more common in desert species where there are high temperatures and low water saturation in the air. Shedding of skin (ecdysis) is also associated with an increased rate of water loss (Bentley 1976; Minnich 1982). The reptile body mass is 70% water, which is similar to mammals but lower than amphibians’ 75–80% (Bentley 1976).
Atlas of Human Anatomy In Three Volumes by R. D. Sinelnikov, Ludmila Aksenova