Lehrbuch der vergleichenden Histologie der Tiere

@inproceedings{SchneiderLehrbuchDV,
  title={Lehrbuch der vergleichenden Histologie der Tiere},
  author={Karl Camillo Schneider}
}
Nachweis von Querstreifung in säumtlichen Muskelfasern von Ascaris megalocephala
  • H. Plenk
  • Biology
  • Zeitschrift für Anatomie und Entwicklungsgeschichte
  • 2005
Über die Stützelemente in der Retina der Wirbeltiere
  • E. Menner
  • Biology
  • Zeitschrift für Zellforschung und Mikroskopische Anatomie
  • 2006
Structure and function of the prehensile tentilla of Euplokamis (Ctenophora, Cydippida)
TLDR
The tentillum of Euplokamis can be regarded as a true food-capturing organ and it is probably the most highly developed organ in the phylum. Expand
Discovering the Structure of Nerve Tissue: Part 1: From Marcello Malpighi to Christian Berres
  • A. Chvátal
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of the history of the neurosciences
  • 2015
TLDR
The present article, using translations of the original texts, presents a recollection of the discoveries made during the second half of the seventeenth century up to the beginning of the nineteenth century by prominent scholars as well as those nearly forgotten today. Expand
Horny sponges and their affairs: on the phylogenetic relationships of keratose sponges.
TLDR
This work used molecular data to validate the coherence of all recognised orders, families and subfamilies that are currently defined using morphological characteristics, and established the name Verongimorpha for the clade combining verongid, chondrosid and halisarcid taxa and readjust the content of its sister-clade Keratosa. Expand
Cilia-like structures anchor the amphioxus notochord to its sheath.
TLDR
It is proposed that reduced back-and-forth movements of the cilia-like structures might contribute to the flow of the fluid content inside the notochord, thus modulating the stiffness of the amphioxus body during its undulatory locomotion. Expand
Electron microscopic study of intestinal epithelium of Saccoglossus mereschkowskii (Enteropneusta, Hemichordata)
TLDR
The epithelium of the hepatic region of the intestine in Saccoglossus mereschkowskii, a representative of enteropneusts, a group located at the base of Chordata, has been studied by using electron microscopy and ciliated cells are determined as the ciliated secretory-absorptive epitheliomuscular cells. Expand
Bonding Tactics in Ctenophores — Morphology and Function of the Colloblast System
TLDR
Ctenophores are a group of animals found in all the world’s seas, from coastal areas to the deep sea and from the tropics to the poles, and have a jelly-like appearance and distinctive rows of comb plates that are used for locomotion. Expand
Neural development in Onychophora (velvet worms) suggests a step-wise evolution of segmentation in the nervous system of Panarthropoda.
TLDR
Evidence is presented that the onychophoran "ventral organs," previously interpreted as segmental anlagen of the nervous system, do not contribute to nerve cord formation and therefore cannot be regarded as vestiges of segmental ganglia, and the hypothesis that the ancestral panarthropod had only a partially segmented nervous system is supported. Expand
The epineural (vs. gastroneural) cerebral-complex of Chaetognatha
TLDR
The cerebral ganglion of Chaetognatha might well be regarded as the derivative of a basi-tentacular concentration of the nervous system of lophophorate (brachiopod?) forerunners. Expand
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