Invertebrate Embryology and Reproduction

Invertebrate Embryology and Reproduction deals with the practical and theoretical objectives of the descriptive embryology of invertebrates, along with discussions on reproduction in these groups of animals. It explains several morphological and anatomical expressions in the field and covers the embryology of invertebrate animals, starting from the Protozoa, to the Echinodermata, the Protochordate and Tunicates. These groups include economically important aquatic invertebrates, such as crustaceans, as well as medically important invertebrates and economic arthropods. Each chapter is preceded by the taxonomy of the discussed phylum and/or the species to enable the reader to locate the systematic position. Covers phylum definition, general characteristics, classification, reproduction, agametic reproduction, gametic reproduction, spawning, fertilization, development and embryogenesis Includes recent findings in the area, along with detailed figures and photos that illustrate important concepts Brings together difficult-to-obtain research data from the field, not only in Egyptian libraries, but globally, and previously only found through specialized references not widely available Clarifies descriptions with striking photos and electron microscopical studies of different species

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  • Author : Fatma El-Bawab
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Pages : 931 pages
  • ISBN : 0128141158
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
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Invertebrate Embryology and Reproduction

Invertebrate Embryology and Reproduction
  • Author : Fatma El-Bawab
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 18 January 2020
GET THIS BOOKInvertebrate Embryology and Reproduction

Invertebrate Embryology and Reproduction deals with the practical and theoretical objectives of the descriptive embryology of invertebrates, along with discussions on reproduction in these groups of animals. It explains several morphological and anatomical expressions in the field and covers the embryology of invertebrate animals, starting from the Protozoa, to the Echinodermata, the Protochordate and Tunicates. These groups include economically important aquatic invertebrates, such as crustaceans, as well as medically important invertebrates and economic arthropods. Each chapter is preceded by the

Invertebrate Reproduction and Development

Invertebrate Reproduction and Development
  • Author : Wyees Singleton
  • Publisher : Scientific e-Resources
  • Release : 28 October 2018
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Understanding where and how invertebrates live, reproduce, and develop continues to be a growing fascination to those in scientific, economic, environmental, and health-related fields. The Invertebrate Reproduction and Development fills the need for an updated reference that outlines essential information concerning all of the generally recognized phyla. It provides readers with an overview of the major reproductive and developmental strategies employed throughout the animal kingdom. Invertebrate Reproduction and Development, covers the reproductive and developmental biology of invertebrates in a manner

Reproduction and Development of Marine Invertebrates of the Northern Pacific Coast

Reproduction and Development of Marine Invertebrates of the Northern Pacific Coast
  • Author : Megumi F. Strathmann
  • Publisher : University of Washington Press
  • Release : 01 October 2017
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This reference work is designed to provide background information on an array of northeastern Pacific marine invertebrate species so that they can be more easily included in comparative studies of morphology, cell biology, reproduction, embryology, larval biology, and ecology. It is meant to serve biologists who are new to the field as well as experienced investigators who may not be familiar with the invertebrate fauna of the northern Pacific Coast. The species discussed in this volume are mostly from the

Reproduction and Development of Marine Invertebrates

Reproduction and Development of Marine Invertebrates
  • Author : Herbert Wrigley Wilson,W. Herbert Wilson,W. Herbert Wilson, Jr.,Stephen A. Stricker,George Loren Shinn
  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 22 May 1994
GET THIS BOOKReproduction and Development of Marine Invertebrates

In Reproduction and Development of Marine Invertebrates a group of internationally recognized researchers assesses the state of current knowledge in the field and identifies future avenues of research. Comprehensive in scope, the book treats all levels of biological organization, from the molecular level to communities of organisms. After a brief historical overview that identifies the conceptual underpinnings of twentieth-century invertebrate zoology and embryology, the book is organized by developmental stages. The authors first present chapters on oogenesis, spermatogenesis, fertilization, and

Endocrinology and Reproduction

Endocrinology and Reproduction
  • Author : Milton Fingerman
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 12 January 1997
GET THIS BOOKEndocrinology and Reproduction

While advances in marine biotechnology will certainly enhance our capabilities in the marine realm, what we learn there will doubtless provide new insight into the biology of freshwater and terrestrial organisms. This volume is a compilation of information that covers a wide range of animal groups. This book will be of interest not only to biotechnologists but also to aquaculturists, comparative animal physiologists, comparative endocrinologists, and developmental biologists.

Reproduction of Marine Invertebrates V3

Reproduction of Marine Invertebrates V3
  • Author : Arthur Giese
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 02 December 2012
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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 clitellata, and of echiurans. The annelids appear to be midway forms in the evolutionary progression of the metazoans. The echiurans, with close affinities to the annelids, are organisms that have become increasingly important

Reproduction and Development in Minor Phyla

Reproduction and Development in Minor Phyla
  • Author : T. J. Pandian
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 14 May 2021
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The 26 recognized minor phyla comprise aberrant clades, as most of them terminate as blind offshoots. Untied from the discussion on their phylogenesis of minor phyla, this book is largely devoted, for the first time, to aspects of reproduction and development in minor phyletics. The minor phyla are not as speciose (1,795 species/phylum) as the major phyla (157,066 species/phylum) are. The accumulation of deleterious genes causes inbreeding depression among progenies arising from parthenogenesis, clonal multiplication and selfing hermaphrodites. The reason for

Reproduction of Marine Invertebrates V5

Reproduction of Marine Invertebrates V5
  • Author : Arthur Giese
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 02 December 2012
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Reproduction of Marine Invertebrates Volume V, Molluscs: Pelecypods and Lesser Classes presents valuable insights on the early evolution of molluscan reproductive biology. It discusses the asexual reproduction, sexual reproduction capacity, and developmental stages of pelecypods and the remaining smaller classes, including aplacophora, polyplacophora, and monoplacophora. One chapter in this volume provides a broad overview of the knowledge and problems on oyster reproductive biology. This book is ideal for marine biologists and researchers, reproductive biologists, and developmental biologists.

Reproductive Biology of Invertebrates, Progress in Developmental Endocrinology

Reproductive Biology of Invertebrates, Progress in Developmental Endocrinology
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Wiley
  • Release : 17 January 2001
GET THIS BOOKReproductive Biology of Invertebrates, Progress in Developmental Endocrinology

Preface to the Progress Series; Preface to Volume X B; Contributors; Evolution of Steroid Hormones and Steroid-Hormone Receptors Gerd Kauser; Evolution of Developmental Peptide Hormones and Their Receptors Jozef Vanden Broack, Liliane Schoofs, and Arnold De Loof; Arthropoda-Insecta: Embryology August Dorn; Arthropoda-Insecta: Larval Development and Metamorphosis-Molecular Aspects Margarethe Spindler-Barth and Klaus-Deiter Spindler; Arthropoda-Insecta: Diapause David S. Saunders; Arthropoda-Insecta: Caste Differentiation Klaus Hartfelder; Arthropoda-Insecta: Endocrine Control of Phase Polymorphism August Dorn, Christof Ress, Silivia Sickold, and Silke Wedekind-Hirschberger; Arthropoda-Insecta: Migration Jack

Ecology of Marine Invertebrate Larvae

Ecology of Marine Invertebrate Larvae
  • Author : Larry McEdward
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 08 April 2020
GET THIS BOOKEcology of Marine Invertebrate Larvae

This is the first book to provide a detailed treatment of the field of larval ecology. The 13 chapters use state-of-the-art reviews and critiques of nearly all of the major topics in this diverse and rapidly growing field. Topics include: patterns of larval diversity, reproductive energetics, spawning ecology, life history theory, larval feeding and nutrition, larval mortality, behavior and locomotion, larval transport, dispersal, population genetics, recruitment dynamics and larval evolution. Written by the leading new scientists in the field, chapters define

Experimental Embryology in Aquatic Plants and Animals

Experimental Embryology in Aquatic Plants and Animals
  • Author : Hans-Jurg Marthy
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 06 December 2012
GET THIS BOOKExperimental Embryology in Aquatic Plants and Animals

The NATO Advanced Study Institute on "Experimental Embryology in Aquatic Plant and Animal Organisms" was attended by more than 70 participants, including 15 invited main lecturers from 18 different countries. In accordance with the main purpose of the meeting, senior scientists, postdoctoral investigators and graduate students working in areas of descriptive and experimental embryology, classical, molecular and developmental biology, physiology and biochemistry etc. , were brought together for two weeks as a community with a strong common interest in "development"; that is, the multiple