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A Comparative Study of Craspedacusta sowerbyi and Calpasoma Dactyloptera Life Cycles
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Cultures were cooled and warmed, starved and surfeited, isolated and crowded, coddled and coerced, without one medusa or tentacular hydranth result ing, and as might be expected, no hydranths were living by December 30, 1962. Expand
The Origin, Development and Nature of the Spermatophoric Mass of the Spiny Lobster, Panulirus penicillatus (Oliver)
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The material presented in this paper not only extends knowledge of the biology of the spiny lobster Panuliruspenicillatus (Oliver) through an account of the origin, development, and nature of its spermatophoric mass, but also suggests the method by which its spermatozoa are liberated. Expand
The Probable Method of Fertilization in Terrestrial Hermit Crabs Based on a Comparative Study of Spermatophores
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The study was undertaken to reveal whether the form of the aquatic spermatophore has become modified in the change to a terrestrial environment, and if so, to consider whether these modifications are of sufficient magnitude to make tenable the common assumption that in terrestrial hermits fertilization occurs on land. Expand
Recent Observations on Neck Extensions in Folliculinids (Protozoa)
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The purpose of this paper is to place in question the limited alternatives of existing theories, and to rekindle interest in a question unsolved since 1923, about folliculinid lorica formation. Expand
EFFECTS OF CHEMICALS ON A SCHOOLING FISH, KUHLIA SANDVICENSIS
1. The objective of this study was to find, by judicious selection and testing, whether or not certain chemical compounds in exceedingly dilute concentrations would arouse sensations in fish whichExpand
The Origin and Developmerit of the Spermatophoric Mass of a Nephropsid Lobster, Enoplometopus occidentalis (Randall)
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The spermatophoric mass of Enoplometopus oeeidentalis resembles that of the palinurids, the astaClds, and the homarids, but certain of the pereiopods are provided with special structures. Expand
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