3 edition of Biology of the nemerteans of the Atlantic coast of North America found in the catalog.
Biology of the nemerteans of the Atlantic coast of North America
Wesley Roswell Coe
|Statement||by Wesley R. Coe.|
|Series||Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences,, v. 35, p.129-328|
|LC Classifications||Q11 .C9 vol. 35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., -327 p., 1 l.|
|Number of Pages||327|
|LC Control Number||a 43002871|
The papers in this volume were presented at the 8th International Conference on Nemertean Biology, which was hosted by Ocean University of China Biology of the nemerteans of the Atlantic coast of North America. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Nemertean Biology," Zoological Science 32(6), , Cited by: 1. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages: illustrations, maps, portraits ; 27 cm: Contents: Introduction --Wisconsin: the Birge-Juday era / David G. Frey --Wisconsin, / Arthur D. Hosier --Michigan / David C. Chandler --New England / John L. Brooks and Edward S. Deevey, Jr. --Illinois / Gerald E. Gunning --Middle Atlantic States / Clifford O. Berg --Central States / Shelby. Anomia simplex, the common jingle shell, is a typical species of bivalve mollusc in the family of Anomiidae, sharing attributes to blue mussels, American oysters, and bay scallops. Species related to the family of Anomiidae are often noted for their extremely thin, often translucent, paper-like shells. Anomia simplexcan be found in shallow waters, typically estuaries, mainly along the Atlantic Family: Anomiidae.
North America was one of the world's most diverse places at the time of permanent interaction with Europeans and Africans. Its land was ecologically diverse, while its native peoples were culturally diverse. Europeans set out for this "new world" in the hopes of finding new, faster routes to trade with the Indies. Malacobdellidae is a monogeneric family within the phylum is included with the order Hoplonemertea within the class Enopla (formerly in monotypic order Bdellonemertea of the same class).. Morphology. The family, as well as its sole genus Malacobdella, is characterized by a posterior ventral sucker and a proboscis lacking a stylet. As in other Hoplonemertea, the lateral longitudinal Class: Enopla.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Coe, Wesley R. (Wesley Roswell), Biology of the nemerteans of the Atlantic coast of North America. The North Atlantic coast of North America—commonly known as the Atlantic Coast—extends from Newfoundland and Labrador through the Maritime Provinces and the Northeastern United States south to Cape Hatteras.
This North Atlantic region belongs to the sea. The maritime influence on climate, flora, and fauna is dominant — even far inland/5(12). A Field Guide to Atlantic Coast Fishes: North America (Peterson Field Guide) Paperback – March 1, The book would be perfect for someone studying marine biology or some one very interested in fish life.
I wanted it to quickly identify fish I catch when surf fishing but its a bit too technical for quick by: Nemerteans range in length from a few millimeters to 30 meters (stretched) in length (most commonly 20 cm or less) and may be drab or very brightly colored. They are unsegmented, without a differentiated head, and are most often flattened (occasionally convex dorsally or cylindrical).
Originally published inthis volume is a summary of knowledge of the geology of the Atlantic and Gulf Coast areas at that time. Apparently Murray had spent years in compilation of the information in this book, using information from numerous MS and PhD studies done under his direction as well as term papers in his courses in the by: In contrast, reproductive biology of the commensal Malacobdella resembles that of free-living nemerteans, being timed to coincide with plankton blooms that are food for settling young.
It has been thought that nemerteans found in association with other animals usually have only causal relationships with those animals, and that actual parasitism is rare among by: Coe, W., Biology of the nemerteans of the Atlantic Coast of North America. Trans.
Conn. Acad. Arts Sci. – Google ScholarCited by: This book, "A Field Guide to the Atlantic Seashore" is a great field guide.
It presents an excellent overview of the life one commonly finds along the Atlantic coast of the USA. The book is arranged taxonomically, and each entry contains a description of characters Cited by: Nemertea and Platyhelminthes have traditionally been grouped together because they possess a so-called acoelomate organization, but lateral vessels and rhynchocoel of nemerteans have been regarded as coelomic by: The Atlantic Ocean provides some of the world's most heavily trafficked sea routes, between and within the Eastern and Western Hemispheres.
Other economic activity includes the exploitation of natural resources, e.g., fishing, dredging of aragonite sands (The Bahamas), and production of crude oil and natural gas (Caribbean Sea, Gulf of Mexico, and North Sea).The ocean has also contributed.
Littoral nemerteans specimens have been collected in recent years including the second quarter offrom various sites on the north and north‐west Spanish Atlantic coasts. publishes "Biology of the Nemerteans of the Atlantic Coast of North America" in the Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences president, San Diego Natural History Society honoraryYale University.
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