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The epipleural field in hexapods

@article{Deuve2001TheEF,
  title={The epipleural field in hexapods},
  author={T. Deuve},
  journal={Annales De La Societe Entomologique De France},
  year={2001},
  volume={37},
  pages={195-231}
}
  • T. Deuve
  • Published 2001
  • Biology
  • Annales De La Societe Entomologique De France
Ce travail a pour but d'attirer l'attention sur la necessite d'etudier la structure du squelette du segment arthropodien selon l'axe dorso-ventral. Entre un tergum dorsal et un sternum ventral prennent place des pleures lateraux. Ceux-ci sont constitues de l'appendice, mais aussi de territoires situes au dessus de l'appendice, entre la subcoxa et le tergum, et dont la nature doit etre discutee. Il peut s'agir de territoires d'origine appendiculaire mais secondairement integres a la paroi, ou au… Expand
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