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DNA Barcode Examination of Bryozoa (Class: Gymnolaemata) in Korean Seawater
The data show that COI is a very appropriate marker for species identification of bryozoans, but does not provide enough phylogenetic information at higher taxonomic ranks, and greater effort involving larger taxon sampling for the barcode analyses is needed for bryozoan taxonomy.
A Faunistic Study on Cheilostomatous Bryozoans from the Shoreline of South Korea, with Two New Species
Two new species of the order cheilostomatous bryozoans are described as new species and the following eight species are reported as new records of Korea.
Systematics of some calloporid and lacernid Cheilostomata (Bryozoa) from coastal South Korean waters, with the description of new taxa.
Six species in two families of Cheilostomata-Calloporidae and Lacernidae-are described from the southern coasts of the Korean Peninsula, resulting in a new distributional record and four new species
Intertidal Bryozoa from Korea-new additions to the fauna and a new genus of Bitectiporidae (Cheilostomata) from Baengnyeong Island, Yellow Sea.
Eight species are added to the intertidal bryozoan fauna of South Korea, all collected from the extreme northwestern part of the country at Baengnyeong Island, increasing the total to 121 species.
Flustrellidra armata (Bryozoa: Ctenostomatida)—a new species from the southern shoreline of Korea
This species is an abundant and prominent component of rocky intertidal to upper subtidal communities and is the third species of Flustrellidra with low-Boreal to Subtropical distribution.
Cribrilinidae (Bryozoa: Cheilostomata) of Korea.
The cribrilinid Bryozoa of Korea are described for the first time and a group of species within Cribrilina characterized, inter alia, by having adventitious avicularia, reduced and/or reduction of ooecia, and a cribrimorph ancestrula.
The formation of political identity of South Sudan from the 1950s to the 1960s and influence of the educational work of Christian missions
The argument of the thesis begins with the question of how Christianity became the main religion in South Sudan. It is crucial to search for the connecting point between Christian mission and the
First Record of Bantariella bocki (Bryozoa: Ctenostomata) from Korean Waters
A ctenostomatous bryozoan, Bantariella bocki is reported from Jejudo Island of South Korea, considered to be a invasive species introduced from Bonin Islands located in the subtropical waters.
Figures 34–35 In Cribrilinidae (Bryozoa: Cheilostomata) Of Korea
Puellina hincksi (Friedl) at colony margin showing adventitious avicularia on developing ovicellate zooids, and an interzooidal avicularium associated with an autozooid.