1 edition of Nemerteans found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Wesley R. Coe. Bryozoans / by Alice Robertson|
|Series||Harriman Alaska series -- v. 11., Smithsonian Institution publication -- 1998.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 151 pages, 25 unnumbered leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||151|
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Read "Alaska: Nemerteans / by W.R. Coe. Bryozoans / by A. Robertson" by Edward Henry Harriman, Clinton Hart Merriam, Washington Academy of Sciences . Book Review. Ray Gibson: British Nemerteans. Keys and notes for the identification of the species. = Synopses of the British Fauna (New Series), ed by D. M. Kermack and R. S. K. Barnes, No. —With 50 figs, pp. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press ISBN 0 (hard cover) 1 (paperback). £ /
Nemertea is a phylum of invertebrate animals also known as ribbon worms or proboscis worms. Most of the 1, or so species are marine, with a few living in fresh water and a small number of terrestrial forms. They live in all marine habitats, and throughout the world's m: Animalia. This book can be found in: Science, Technology & Medicine > Mathematics & science > Biology / life sciences > Cellular biology (cytology) zoom British Nemerteans - Synopses of the British Fauna S. 24 (Hardback)Author: Ray Gibson.
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The Nemerteans on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The NemerteansFormat: Paperback. Nemerteans Paperback – January 1, by Ray Gibson (Author)Author: Ray Gibson.
Page 39 - This large and conspicuous species is generally easily recognized by its clear, dark purplish or chocolate-brown color above, with pale margins and a trapezoidal or triangular white spot on each side of the head, and usually with a narrow white line across the neck ; and by the pinkish or flesh-colored lower surface.
Ocelli in two or more rows in an elongated group on each antero. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Coe, Wesley R. (Wesley Roswell), Nemerteans. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, Details - The nemerteans. - Biodiversity Heritage Library The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to Nemerteans book biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.
The Nemerteans show the most advanced development of all the acoelomate phyla, in some books they are also referred to as the Rhynchocoela, Nemertinea, Nemertina or Nemertini.
They are a quite successful phylum ( named species)of mostly marine worms that are generally characterised by being extremely long and thin. Many of the enopla n (armed with stylets) and some anoplan (unarmed) nemerteans have a transverse or V-sha ped fur row behind the cephalic slits (Pl.
VI, Fig. 8), which is o en referred to as the. A taxonomic catalogue of the nemerteans (Phylum Nemertea) from Spain and Portugal. Article (PDF Available) in ZOOLOGICAL SCIENCE 32(6) December. Nemertea is a phylum of invertebrate animals also known as ribbon worms or proboscis worms.
Alternative names for the phylum have included Nemertini, Nemertinea and Rhynchocoela. Most are very slim, usually only a few millimeters wide, although a few have relatively short but wide m: Animalia.
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For more information, visit the project page. This article has been rated as GA-Class on the project's quality scale. However, nemerteans have been recorded in freshwater and very damp terrestrial habitats as well.
Most nemerteans are carnivores, feeding on worms, clams, and crustaceans. Some species are scavengers, and some, like Malacobdella grossa, have also evolved commensal relationships with mollusks.
The book is subtitled A Defence because the Mendelian approach to genetics was initially strongly resisted by specifically nemerteans. It was during this time that he and William Bateson began a research collaboration, which lasted several years.
When Punnett was an undergraduate, Gregor Mendel's work on inheritance was largely unknown and. Nemerteans are found world-wide. The majority of species in this phylum are marine, benthic, or littoral animals, known from intertidal to deep sea environments.
A few are terrestrial or ectoparasitic (mainly species in suborder Monostilifera), and around 20 species are found in freshwater environments. Genre/Form: Nemertini: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gibson, Ray, Nemerteans.
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The Nemertea are colloquially known as ribbon worms. Most species of phylum Nemertea are marine (predominantly benthic or bottom dwellers) with an estimated species known. However, nemertini have been recorded in freshwater and terrestrial habitats as well.
Most nemerteans are carnivores, feeding on worms, clams, and. Reviews the most important literature on the functional morphology and natural history of molluscs over a period of half a century, from to the present day, and draws extensively upon authoritative papers published mostly in the English language in a large number of .The nemerteans are elongate, often ribbon-like worms with bilateral symmetry.
They are non-segmented and have a ciliated epidermis, but unlike the flatworms have a separate mouth and anus. Dorsal to the gut, and separate from it, is a muscular, eversible proboscis used in the capture of food and in defence.The book also includes various types of practice and homework questions that help students understand—and apply—key concepts.
The 2nd edition has been revised to incorporate clearer, more current, and more dynamic explanations, while maintaining the same organization as the first edition.