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Published by Johns Hopkins University Press in Baltimore .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Marine invertebrates -- Reproduction -- Congresses.,
  • Marine invertebrates -- Larvae -- Congresses.,
  • Marine invertebrates -- Development -- Congresses.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementedited by W. Herbert Wilson, Jr., Stephen A. Stricker, George L. Shinn.
ContributionsWilson, W. Herbert., Stricker, Stephen A., Shinn, George Loren.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL364.15 .R43 1994
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 325 p. :
Number of Pages325
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1430573M
ISBN 10080184777X
LC Control Number93041979

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Reproduction and development of marine invertebrates. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: W Herbert Wilson, Jr.; Stephen A Stricker; George Loren Shinn. Book, Print, Conference in English Reproduction and development of marine invertebrates edited by W. Herbert Wilson, Jr., Stephen A. Stricker, George L. Shinn. Baltimore: . Reproduction of Marine Invertebrates, Volume III: Annelids and Echiurans illustrates the importance of annelids and echiurans in the evolution of reproductive mechanisms and in the ecology of the sea. It discusses the asexual reproduction, sexual reproduction capacity, and developmental stages of specific annelids, such as polychaeta and.   The asexual and sexual reproduction and developmental stages of entoprocta, tardigrada, priapulida, sipuncula, pogonophora, chaetognatha, hemichordata, tunicata, and cephalochordate are discussed. This book is ideal for marine invertebrate researchers, scientists, and reproduction Edition: 1.

Reproduction and Development of Marine Invertebrates of the Northern Pacific Coast. Data and Methods for the Study of Eggs, Embryos, and Larvae. Sastry () and Andrews () have reviewed reproduction and development of marine bivalves and Mackie () has recently reviewed reproduction in both marine and freshwater species. Bivalve development is also discussed in several papers in a volume edited by Verdonk et al. (). Marine biologists and researchers, scientists, and developmental biologists will find this book invaluable. Show less Reproduction of Marine Invetebrates, Volume IV Molluscs: Gastropods and Cephalopods describes the wide range of structural complexity and diverse modes of reproduction . It also contains published or unpublished (but documented) observations on the reproduction and development of marine invertebrates of the northern Pacific coast. The book is divided into chapters devoted to different invertebrate phyla, including methods for culturing their larvae, as well as information on the timing of spawning and development of as many Pacific NW species as have been s: 1.

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