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Biology of Echinodermata

D.R. Khanna,P.R. Yadav

ISBN 10: 8171419488 / ISBN 13: 9788171419487
Editorial: Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 2005
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The present title "Biology of Echinodermata" has been carefully compilated on the basis of all recent researches and Investigation made on Echinoderms. It is intended for undergraduate and postgraduate students of all Indian Universities. The text Material has been written in a very easy, clear, lucid and straight forward manner to make a clear and vivid understanding. All important types have been dealt with complete, authentic and up-to-date Account including Morphology anatomy, Physiology and development of selected types. Efforts have been made to condense the matter as far as practicable. It is hoped that the Biology of Echinodermata will not only meet the requirement of Indian students but will also be useful as a guideline to the Teachers and researchers. Contents, I. INTRODUCTION : Evolutionary Status, Classification, Metacrinus, Ctenodiscus, Luidia, Astropecten, Oreaster (Pentaceros), Anthenea, Solaster, Heliaster, Ophioderma, Ophioglypha or Ophiura, Ophiocoma, Astrophyton, Gorgonocephalus, Clypeaster, Echinarachinus, Echinocardium, Strongylocentrotus, Cucumaria, Thyone, Actinopyga, Synapta. II. ASTERIAS : Distribution, Habits and Habitat, External Morphology, Shape, Size and Colouration, Oral or Actinal Surface, Aboral or Abactinal Surface, Pedicelariae, Body Wall, Enoloskeleton, Coelom, Digestive System, Alimentary Canal, Digestive Glands, Food, Water Vascular System or Ambulacral System, Madreporite, Stone Canal, Ring Canal, Tiedmann`s Bodies or Racemose Glands, Polian Vesicles, Radial Canals, Lateral Canals, Tube Feet, Functions, Locomotion, Locomotion in a Horizontal Surface, Locomotion of a Vertical Surface, Circulatory System, The Perihaemal System, Haemal System, Axial gland, Respiration, Excretory System, Nervous System, Superficial or Ectodermal Nervous System, Deeper Nervous System, Aboral or Coelomic Nervous Systems, Visceral Nervous System, Sense Organs, Neurosensory Cells, Eyes, Terminal Tentacles, Reproductive System, Development, Metamorphosis. III. ECHINOIDCA : External Characters, External Appendages, Spines, Pedicellariae, Sphaeridia, Podia, History of the Body Wall and External Appendages, Nervous System, Sense Organs, Digestive System, Water-vascular System, Haemal System, Reproductive System and Reproductive Habits, Development, Regeneration. IV. HOLOTHUROIDEA : External Characters, Mouth, Tentacles, Anus, Body Wall, Nervous System, Sense Organs, Coelom, Hemocytes, Phagocytes, Amoebocytes with Colourless Spherules, Amoebocytes with Coloured Spherules, Homogeneous Amoebocytes, Crystal Cells, Vesicular Amoebocytes, Other Types, Water-vascular System, Digestive System, Respiratory Trees, The Tubules of Cuvier, Blood Lacunar System, Axial Complex, Reproductive System and Reproductive Habits, Development. V. OPHIUROIDEA : External Characters, Histology of the Body Wall and its Appendages, Nervous System, Water-vascular System, Digestive System, Bursae, Coelom and Coelomocytes, Haemal System, Reproductive System and Reproductive Habits, Embryology, Asexual Reproduction, Regeneration. VI. CRINOIDEA : External Features, The Stem, The Cirri, The Crown, The Mouth, The Tegmen, The Arms, Pinnules, Body Wall, Nervous System, Sense Organs, Coelom, Axial Gland, Water-vascular System, Digestive System, Haemal System, Reproductive System, Development. VII. INFLUENCE OF Environment : Ecology of Crinoidea, Habits and Behaviour, Geographic Distribution, Biological Relations, Eleutherozoa, Ecology of Holothuroidea, Ecology of Asteroidea, Ecology of Echinoidea, Ecology of Ophiuroidea. VIII. DEVELOPMENT OF LARVA : Asteroidea, Bipinnaria Larva, Brachiolaria Larva, Metamorphosis, Echinoidea, Echinopluteus, Ophiursoidea, Ophiopluteus, Holothuroidea, Auricularia, Doliolaria, Crinoidea, Doliolaria, Significance of Echinoderm Larva. IX. WATER-VASCULAR SYSTEM IN Echino Printed Pages: 344. N° de ref. de la librería 59155

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Título: Biology of Echinodermata

Editorial: Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd.

Año de publicación: 2005

Encuadernación: Hardcover

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