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Post-embryonic development of the Copepoda

Author: Frank D Ferrari; H -U Dahms
Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2007.
Series: Crustaceana monographs, 8.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Crustaceans that are now called copepods have been known, not necessarily by that name, since Aristotle. Published reports of their post-embryonic development, however, date only from the last 250 years. This monograph is a first attempt to gather all published information about copepod post-embryonic development. Careful diagnoses of nauplius and copepodid allow comparisons of specific developmental stages among  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Frank D Ferrari; H -U Dahms
ISBN: 9789004157132 9004157131
OCLC Number: 141384383
Description: vi, 229 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: Introduction to copepods with a brief history of studies of their development --
Methods and constraints --
nauplius and naupliar development --
Variation in the number of naupliar stages --
Variation in the order of appearance of limb buds --
Variation in transformed appendages --
Variation in setation of limb buds --
Internal anatomy --
Ecology --
copepodid phase of development --
Variation in the number of copepodid stages --
Stage correspondence of copepods with chalimus stages --
Addition of appendages --
Variation in transformed appendages --
Internal anatomy --
Functional morphology, swimming, and feeding behavior --
Seasonal cycles, vertical distribution, vertical migration --
Development times, mortality, etc --
Patterning the copepod body --
Patterning the appendages of copepods --
Antenna 1 --
Exopod of antenna 2 --
Exopod of the mandible --
Maxilla 1 and maxilla 2 --
Endopod of the maxilliped --
Rami of the remaining limbs --
Caudal ramus --
Contrasting early development of swimming leg 1 with swimming legs 2-4 --
Von Vaupel Klein's Organ --
Thoracopods: maxilliped and swimming legs --
protopod --
Generalities of limb patterning --
molt from the last nauplius to the first copepodid and the number of naupliar somites --
Implications of development for phylogeny --
Summary and recommended studies --
Papers on the post-embryonic development of copepods cited herein --
Other cited literature --
Papers about the post-embryonic development of copepods not cited.
Series Title: Crustaceana monographs, 8.
Responsibility: by Frank D. Ferrari and Hans-Uwe Dahms.

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The first monograph to compile observations about the post-embryonic development of the morphologically and ecologically diverse subclass Copepoda. Analyses provide insights into the correspondence  Read more...

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