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External features of the developing embryo of the stonefly, Kamimuria tibialis (pictet) (plecoptera, perlidae)
External features of the egg, developing embryo, and first instar nymph of Kamimuria tibialis are described and it is proposed that the immersed type of growth pattern of embryos is divided into two subtypes in hemimetabolous insects.
Control of planula migration by LWamide and RFamide neuropeptides in Hydractinia echinata
- Y. Katsukura, H. Ando, C. David, C. Grimmelikhuijzen, T. Sugiyama
- BiologyJournal of Experimental Biology
- 1 May 2004
It appears likely that planula migration is regulated by the release of endogenous neuropeptides in response to environmental cues.
Neuronal and neurohormonal control of the heart in the stomatopod crustacean, Squilla oratoria
Results may support the identification of GABA as an extrinsic inhibitory neurotransmitter for the cardio-acceleratory neurons in the heart of Squilla oratoria.
Early embryonic development and external features of developing embryos of the caddisfly, Nemotaulius admorsus (trichoptera: Limnephilidae)
Formative processes of the blastoderm, germ disk, embryonic membranes, and germ band in the trichopteran Nemotaulius admorsus are described, chiefly on the basis of SEM data.
Early embryonic development of the primitive moths, Endoclyta signifer walker and E. excrescens butler (Lepidoptera : Hepialidae)☆
Alimentary canal formation of the scorpion fly, Panorpa pryeri Maclachlan (Mecoptera : Panorpidae)☆
Embryonic development of the alimentary canal and ectodermal derivatives in the primitive moth, Neomicropteryx nipponensis issiki (Lepidoptera, Micropterygidae)
The formation of the alimentary canal, nervous system, and of other ectodermal derivatives in the embryo of the primitive moth, Neomicropteryx nipponensis Issiki, is described. The stomodaeum is…
The embryonic development of the primitive moth, Neomicropteryx nipponensis Issiki (lepidoptera, micropterygidae): Morphogenesis of the embryo by external observation
The micropterygid moth Neomicropteryx nipponensis belongs to the most primitive suborder Zeugloptera of the Lepidoptera, and its anterior part later develops into the germ band, while its posterior part is the future amnion.
Embryogenesis of a springtail, Tomocerus ishibashii (Collembola, tomoceridae): External morphology
The external features of the developing embryos of the springtail, Tomocerus ishibashii, are described. The clypeolabral anlage arises as a single, unpaired swelling. The entognathy is completed by…