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Marine Ecology
Marine EcologyBy Prof. Hilary B. Moore. Pp. xi + 493. (New York: John Wiley and Sons, Inc.; London: Chapman and Hall, Ltd., 1958.) 76s. net.
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Biology of the Seas of the U.S.S.R.
Biology of the Seas of the U.S.S.R.By Prof. L. Zenkevitch. Translated by S. Botcharskaya. Pp.955. (London: George Allen and Unwin, Ltd., 1963.) 160s. net.
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The American Oyster
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Siphonophora of the Indian Ocean
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Formation of Siphons in Lamellibranchia
THE mantle edge in the Lamellibranchia consists, as is well known, of three lobes. Of these the one adjacent to the shell (Fig. 1, 1) is concerned with the secretion of this, while the boundingExpand
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The Prosobranchs of Lake Tanganyika
WHEN Sir Richard Burton discovered Lake Tanganyika in 1858 his companion, Speke, collected a number of shells from the shores. These proved to be Prosobranchs of types hitherto unknown in freshExpand
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The Disappearance of the Crystalline Style
JUDGING by his letter in NATURE for April 10, p. 518, I do not think that Mr. Berkeley quite understands my theory as to the cause of the dissolution of the crystalline style, or the reasons why I amExpand
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Observation of the Pleurotomarid Entemnotrochus adansoniana in its Natural Habitat
THE pleurotomarids or slit-shells are the most primitive of existing gastropods and of unique malacological and conchological interest. They retain, in a particularly deep mantle cavity, what wasExpand
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Correlation between Egg-Carrying Setæ and Cement Glands in Decapod Crustacea
IN the Decapod Crustacea the female possesses characteristically long non-plumose setæ on many of the abdominal, and in some cases certain of the posterior thoracic, appondages. It is to these hairsExpand
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Digestion of Animals by Lamellibranchs
IN his communication in Nature of April 13, Prof. K. Mansour1 has raised a matter of great interest to me, and I look forward to seeing the papers in which his complete results will appear. It isExpand
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