By Ulrich Ehlers, Beate Sopott-Ehlers (auth.), Lester R. G. Cannon (eds.)
Turbellaria, the as a rule free-living flatworms, and a few in their parasitic family, are one of the least difficult of the metazoa and, as such, supply perfect versions for quite a lot of basic stories.
The 60 contributions to Biology of Turbellaria and a few RelatedFlatworms disguise taxonomy and phylogeny, biogeography and genetics, ecology and behavior, Anatomy and ultrastructure, improvement and regeneration, genes and sequences, and neurophysiology. Biology ofTurbellaria and a few similar Flatworms is the latest compilation within the sequence released in Hydrobiologia when you consider that 1981, protecting learn on those flatworms assembled through the world's top specialists at the team.
Audience: those papers current the complicated pupil and critical researcher with brand new details on a big, yet frequently overlooked team whose position within the animal country calls for larger recognition.
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Extra info for Biology of Turbellaria and some Related Flatworms: Proceedings of the Seventh International Symposium on the Biology of the Turbellaria, held at Abo/Turku, Finland, 17–22 June 1993
1943. Uber die Umbildung ciner Turbellarienmi nach Einwanderung aus dem Meere ins Stisswasser. Int. Revue ges. Hydrobiol. Hydrogr. 43: 458-468. , 1972. Systematik und Okologie von Proseriaten (Turbellaria) der deutschen Nordseektiste. Mikrofauna Meeresboden 13: 1-72. , 1982. Marine Turbellarien aus Hokkaido. Japan IX. Monocelididae (Proseriata). Bull. Lib. and Sci. Course, Sch. Med. Nihon Univ. 10: 9-34. HydrobioloRia 3()S: 15-19, 1995. C. ), Bio/ORY of'Turbellaria and some Related Flatworms.
Marine Turbellarien aus Hokkaido. Japan IX. Monocelididae (Proseriata). Bull. Lib. and Sci. Course, Sch. Med. Nihon Univ. 10: 9-34. HydrobioloRia 3()S: 15-19, 1995. C. ), Bio/ORY of'Turbellaria and some Related Flatworms. 15 © 1995 Kluwer Academic Publishers. An elaboration of the evolutionary morphological basis for the systematics of the Plathelminthes Yurij V. Mamkaev Zoological Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, 199034 St. Petersburg, Russia Key words: Plathelminthes, Platyhelminthes, Turbellaria, evolutionary morphology, systematics Abstract Compared with Hennig's phylogenetical systematics which has as its aim the retracing of genealogical relations between taxonomic groups, evolutionary morphological systematics is equally justified.
Rohde', A. M. Johnson 2 , P. R. Baverstock3 ,4 & N. A. fZoology, University of New England, Armidale, NS. W 2351, Australia 2Department of Microbiology, University of Technology, Sydne)~ Westbourne Street, Gore Hill, NS. W, 2065, Australia 3 School of Resource Science and Management, University of New England, Northern Rivers, Lismore NS. W 2480, Australia 4 Current address: Faculty of Resource Science, Southern Cross University, Lismore, NS. W 2480, Australia Key words: Platyhelminthes, phylogeny, DNA, ultrastructure, protonephridia Abstract DNA studies of 23 taxa (20 platyhelminths, I nemertean, Homo and Artemia) and electron-microscopic studies of the proto nephridia of many platyhelminths (supported by some additional ultrastructural data) have led to the following conclusions: the Neodermata are monophyletic; Temnocephalida and Dalyelliida form one clade and are not the 'primitive' sister group of the Neodermata; Gyrocotylidea, Amphilinidea and Eucestoda form one monophylum; Pterastericolidae and Umagillidae are dalyelliids and not the sister group of the Neodermata; and Proseriata are unlikely to be closely related with the Tricladida.