2 edition of Acanthocephala, aschelminthes, and entoprocta found in the catalog.
Acanthocephala, aschelminthes, and entoprocta
Hyman, Libbie Henrietta
|Series||The invertebrates -- v. 3, McGraw-Hill publications in the zoological sciences|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||572 p. :|
|Number of Pages||572|
Condition: Good. Volume 2. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers. In good all round condition. No dust jacket. Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual item,grams, ISBN: Seller Inventory # They were named Acanthocephala by Koelruther in They were initially lumped into the Aschelminthes, but Hymen removed Acanthocephala from Aschelmithes and considered them a separate phylum. 2 The body wall of an acanthocephalan worm has a completely different type of structure when compared to other helminths. The presence of canals in the.
Formerly considered a phylum to incorporate the pseudocelomate organisms, which now are divided into the distinct phyla Acanthocephala, Entoprocta, Rotifera, Gastrotricha, Kinorhyncha, Nematoda, and Nematomorpha. [nemat + G. helmins, helminthos,. nemathelminthes — ˌthelˈmin(t)(ˌ)thēz noun plural Usage: capitalized Etymology: New Latin, from nemat + Helminthes in some classifications: a phylum including the Nematoda and Nematomorpha and sometimes the Acanthocephala, the Rotifera, the Useful english dictionary. Nemathelminthes — .
This paper presents an ultrastructural study of Cavisoma magnum (Acanthocephala, Cavisomatidae) with a Transmission Electron Microscopy tool. This parasite of the fish Siganus lineatus is here reported for the first time from off New Caledonia, South Pacific. It is the first study describing the ultrastructure, spermiogenesis and spermatozoon of a species of the family Cavisomatidae. Any nematode of the genus Habronema. , Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics: The identification of the parasites is at present impossible, but the spinous-tipped tail indicates that they correspond to certain stages of one of the spiruroidea, and so most probably of a habronema; whether Habronema muscæ, microstoma, or megastoma must be.
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The third volume of "The Invertebrates" completes Miss Hyman's masterly consideration of the noncoelomate invertebrates and covers the Pseudocoelomate Bilateria which are divided into the phyla, Acanthocephala, Aschelminthes and Entoprocta. Acanthocephala name Nemathelminthes has been abandoned for Aschelminthes as it Acanthocephala been used for so many different by: The Invertebrates: Acanthocephala, Aschelminthes, and Entoprocta - The Pseudocoelomate Bilateria (Volume III).
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[Libbie Henrietta Hyman]. Acanthocephala (Greek ἄκανθος, akanthos, thorn + κεφαλή, kephale, head) is a phylum of parasitic worms known as acanthocephalans, thorny-headed worms, or spiny-headed worms, characterized by the presence of an eversible proboscis, armed with spines, which it uses to pierce and hold the gut wall of its host.
Acanthocephalans have complex life cycles, involving at least two hosts Clade: Gnathifera. Vertebrates and Invertebrates. (Book Reviews: The Life of the Spider; The Invertebrates: The Pseudocoelomate Bilateria: Acanthocephala, Aschelminthes, and Entoprocta).
The phyla Priapulida and Entoprocta are sometimes included as well (Hyman, ; Hickman, ). All are “ pseudocoelomate,” possessing a central body cavity that contains the internal organs and gives the organism a tube-within-a-tube structure.
Aschelminth, a name referring to an obsolete phylum of wormlike invertebrates, mostly of microscopic size. Previously, phylum Aschelminthes included seven diverse classes of animals: Nematoda (or Nemata), Rotifera, Acanthocephala, Gastrotricha, Kinorhyncha (or Echinodera), Nematomorpha, and.
Classification of Phylum Acanthocephala: Phylum Acanthocephala: [Acanthocephala; Gk. acantha = thorn + kephale = head, or called thorny-headed worms]. Approx. more than species.
Characteristics of the Phylum: 1. Un-segmented, worm-like, parasitic aschelminthes. Length of the body less than 10 mm in most cases. Condition: Good. The volume 2. This is an ex-library book and may have usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers.
In exceptional all round condition. No dust jacket. Please note The image in this listing is a photo of stock and may not match covers of actual item,grams, ISBN: The seller The inventory # The presence of a prototroch (and hence trochophore larvae) is used to identify an apomorphy-based taxon, Trochozoa, that includes the first ancestor to have evolved a prototroch and all its descendants.
This minimally includes the Annelida [sensu lato), Echiura, Entoprocta, Mollusca and Sipuncula and is a less inclusive taxon than the Spiralia. Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Hyman, Libbie Henrietta, ; Format: Book; 6v.: ill.
; 24 cm. Volume 2 (Platyhelminthes and Rhynchocoela) and Volume 3 (Acanthocephala, Aschelminthes, and Entoprocta), both published inwere followed by Volume 4 (Echinodermata) inVolume 5 (Smaller Coelomate Groups) inand Volume 6 (Mollusca I) in Hyman's biographer Horace Wesley Stunkard noted that "The Invertebrates.
ACANTHOCEPHALA, ASCHELMINTHES AND ENTOPROCTA, vii + pp., figs., NewYork, McGraw-Hill. So strong are the centrifugal and fractionating forces in modern science that one maywell wonderwhether, even by loose analogy, Newton's third law has any validity here-whether in fact there are any effective agents.
The phylum of Aschelminthes comprises five classes: Rotifera, Gastrotricha, Kinorhyncha, Nematomorpha and Nematoda, and is characterized by the presence of a pseudocoelom. However, the taxonomic disposition of these groups has always been troublesome to zoologists 1, and some authors 2,3 proposed treatment of these groups as separate phyla.
External morphology of the eggs of Asplanchnopus multiceps (Schrank, ) (Rotifera): solving the year-old case of mistaken identity.
ADVERTISEMENTS: In this article we will discuss about Acanthocephala: 1. General Characters of Acanthocephala 2. Habit, Habitat and External Characters of Acanthocephala 3. Body Wall 4. Proboscis Apparatus 5.
Nervous System 6. Sense Organs 7. Excretory Organs 8. Ligament Sacs and Ligament Strand 9. Pseudocoel Reproductive System Copulation and Development. Acanthocephala is a small group of obligate parasites that utilize arthropods and vertebrates in a conserved two-host life cycle.
The name of the phylum refers to the thorny retractable proboscis that anchors the adult worm to the intestine of the vertebrate host.
The invertebrates, Vol. III, Acanthocephala, Aschelminthes, and Entoprocta. 1. The anatomy of the cephalic ganglion and associated nerves in the Acanthocephalan Macracanthorhynchus hirudinaceus has been studied preliminary to use of the organ as a model system for the study of neural pathways.
Analysis of routine serial sections of the anterior portion of the worm revealed the existence of eighty-six cells within the cephalic ganglion itself. The Aschelminthes (also known as Aeschelminthes, Nemathelminthes, Nematodes), closely associated with the Platyhelminthes, are an obsolete phylum of pseudocoelomate and other similar animals that are no longer considered closely related and have been promoted to phyla in their own right.
The term Aschelminth is now generally only used as an informal name for any member of the approximately. n. type of cylindrical worm.The Invertebrates.
Vol. by Hyman, L.h. at Pemberley Books.In book: eLS. Cite this publication Cycliophorans have been considered a sister group to Entoprocta and Ectoprocta or Rotifera and Acanthocephala. Acanthocephala, Aschelminthes, and.