By A. L. Yudin (auth.), T. A. Dettlaff, S. G. Vassetzky (eds.)
This quantity includes common tables (description of standard improvement) for protozoa and invertebrates general in developmental biology experiences. The species selected replicate their benefits for laboratory experiences, the knowledge avail capable, and their availability for experimentation. bankruptcy eleven, which includes the conventional tables for the starfish Asterina pectinifera, was once written particularly for this edi tion, that is the invertebrate component of the revised and augmented translation of Ob"ekty Biologii Razvitiya released in Russian in 1975 as a quantity within the sequence of monographs Problemy Biologii Razyitiya (Problems of Developmental Biology) through Nauka Publishers, Moscow. the outline of each species is preceded by way of an creation during which some great benefits of operating with the actual animal are acknowledged and the issues stud ied (with the most references) are defined. facts also are supplied on its taxonomic prestige and distribution of the animal, and prerequisites of holding the grownup animals in laboratory. tools of acquiring gametes, tools of synthetic fertilization, meth ods of rearing embryos and larvae, and tables of ordinary improvement also are given.
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1) Anterior seminal sac; 2) testis; 3) spermatheca containing spermatozeugmata; 4) seminal funnel; 5) ovary; 6) seminal duct; 7) male genital pore; 8) penis in the penial sac; 9) female genital pore; 10) egg sac; 11) posterior seminal sac; 12) atrium; 13) prostate. Roman numerals refer to segment numbers. 2. 43 TAXONOMY AND DISTRIBUTION The genus Tubifex (Oligochaeta, Naidomorpha, Tubificidae) includes about seven species living in the USSR , of which T. tubifex Miill. (= T. ) is the most common and can be found almost worldwide (Fig.
Animal Species for Developmental Studies: Volume 1 Invertebrates by A. L. Yudin (auth.), T. A. Dettlaff, S. G. Vassetzky (eds.)