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On the hormonal inhibition of moulting in decapod Crustacea. II. The terminal anecdysis in crabs
In many if not most species of crabs (but not quite all) there is a limit to growth, when no more moulting or ecdysis is possible in normal circumstances. This condition of permanent anecdysis isExpand
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On the metamorphosis of the visual pigments of Anguilla anguilla (L.)
97 The retinae of all the species of deep-sea fish which have been studied have been shown to contain golden coloured pigments, chrysopsins, which are especially suited to the light found in theirExpand
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Adults of several species of both solitary and colonial ascidians are capable of slow crawling, involving the progressive formation of new attachments and tearing or dissolving the old ones. TheExpand
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Some Experiments on the Function of the Pericardial Organs in Crustacea
The experiments reported here were designed to test the assumption that the nervous organs found in the pericardial cavity of the Crustacea, and termed 'pericardial organs'l (Alexandrowicz, I953a,Expand
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On the venom of the lesser weeverfish, Trachinus vipera
A method is described for obtaining the venom from the dorsal fin of the lesser weever without harming the fish. It is suggested that the amount of venom normally injected into the wound by theExpand
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Styela mammiculata n.sp., a new species of ascidian from the Plymouth area
Styela mammiculata n.sp. is based on four specimens collected in the Plymouth area during the summer of 1953. The most noticeable external feature is the extensive mammillation of the test. TheExpand
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Triops (Entomostraca) Eggs Killed Only by Boiling
Temporary rainpools near Khartoum, Sudan, are inhabited by the notostracan crustacean Triops which completes its life cycle within 4 weeks. The annual rains fall in late summer, and throughout theExpand
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Effects of plant growth regulators on locusts and cotton stainer bugs
Gibberellic acid is a necessary dietary constituent for normal fast maturation in the desert locust. Diets short of gibberellins, such as senescent vegetation, produce a state of adult diapause. TheExpand
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Endocrine Control in Crustaceans
Where you can find the endocrine control in crustaceans easily? Is it in the book store? On-line book store? are you sure? Keep in mind that you will find the book in this site. This book is veryExpand
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