2 edition of Functional morphology of feeding and grooming in Crustacea found in the catalog.
Functional morphology of feeding and grooming in Crustacea
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Bruce E. Felgenhauer, Les Watling, Anne B. Thistle.|
|Series||Crustacean issues -- 6.|
|Contributions||Felgenhauer, Bruce E., Watling, Les., Thistle, Anne B.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 225 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||225|
The behaviour of the Caribbean Corallianassa longiventris and the Mediterranean Pestarella tyrrhena, two burrowing thalassinideans, was studied in situ and in laboratory aquaria. Burrows of C. longiventris were closed most of the time; they consist of a deep U (down to m) with upper and deeper chambers, some of them filled with macrophyte debris. The burrows of P. tyrrhena reached. Appendages used primarily for feeding and locomotion have become secondarily modified for grooming and reproductive purposes in many crustaceans. Crustaceans use specialized brushes and combs composed of setae with a complex microstructure for scraping surfaces clean.
Functional Morphology of the Mouthparts and Associated Structures of Pagurus rubricatus (Crustacea: Decapoda: Anomura) with Special Reference to Feeding and Grooming Patrick J. Schembri* Portobello Marine Laboratory, P.O. Box 8, Portobello, New Zealand Summary. Pagurus rubricatus is predatory, detrivorous, macrophagous. A carapace (a shield extending from the head region and enveloping a smaller or larger part of the body) is a characteristic feature of many crustaceans. This chapter reviews functional, ontogenetic, and evolutionary aspects of the crustacean carapace. Carapace morphology in Crustacea shows much variation, which is reflected in the many functions present in the various subgroups.
As the introduction to this book states, interest in the functional morphology of crustaceans is currently at an all-time high. So it is not surprising that a series of papers on two aspects of the subject-feeding and grooming-which formed the topic of a re- cent symposium should appear as a book in the Crustacean Issues series. Functional Morphology of Feeding and Grooming in Crustacea by B. E. Felgenhauer, L. Watling, A. B. Thistle (pp. ) Review by: Geoffrey Fryer DOI: /
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Functional Morphology of Feeding and Grooming in Crustacea book. Functional Morphology of Feeding and Grooming in Crustacea book. By Bruce E. Felgenhauer, Anne.
B Thistle, L. Watling. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 27 August Cited by: Functional Morphology of Feeding and Grooming in Crustacea (Advances in Crustacean Research) Hardcover – June 1, by Felgenhauer (Author), A.B Thistle (Author), L.
Watling (Author) & 0 moreCited by: Book Description. Abetted by recent technological advances in scanning and transmission electron microscopy, as well as new preparative methods, these contributions examine crustacean anatomy, demonstrating (or at least inferring) the functions of morphological features.
In addition to feeding and grooming, they also. The setal system of crustaceans: types of setae, groupings, and functional morphology / Françoise Jacques --A classification system for crustacean setae based on the homology concept / Les Watling --Physiology of sensory neurons in morphologically identified cuticular sensilla of crustaceans / Charles D.
Derby --Decapod crustacean grooming. CiteSeerX — FUNCTIONAL MORPHOLOGY OF FEEDING AND GROOMING IN CRUSTACEA Edited by CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Functional morphology of feeding and grooming in Crustacea / ed.
by Bruce hauer Explores the functional morphology of crustaceans, which cover the main body parts and systems. Functional Morphology of Feeding and Grooming in Crustacea Felgenhauer,A.B Thistle,L. Watling — Science Author: Felgenhauer,A.B Thistle,L. Watling.
The morphology of the mouthparts and pereiopods of three thalassinidean mud-shrimps, Callianassa subterranea (Montagu), Jaxea nocturna Nardo and Upogebia stellata (Montagu) (Decapoda: Thalassinidea) are described.
The distribution of setae is also described and related to function, in particular to feeding and grooming. Ebalia tuberosafeeds mainly on small invertebrates but will also scavenge.
The morphology of the feeding and grooming appendages is described paying particular attention to the structure and distribution of the setae. The movements of the various appendages during feeding are analysed. Grooming structure and function in some terrestrial Crustacea 95 Jeff ist Functional morphology of feeding in the Nectiopoda Frederick & Cynthia Arey Lewis Morphology of feeding structures in the Conchostraca with special reference to Lynceus JoelWMartin Functional morphology of feeding appendages in calanoid copepods Functional Morphology of Feeding and Grooming in Crustacea Felgenhauer,A.B Thistle,L.
Watling — Science Author: Felgenhauer,A.B Thistle,L. Watling. The setation of the mouthparts, gut contents and video recordings of live individuals of the deep-sea clawed lobsters (Nephropidae) Metanephrops formosanus, M. armatus and the spiny lobster (Palinuridae) Puerulus angulatus from northwest Pacific waters were analysed to get an insight into their feeding modes.
A comparison of SEM photos shows a high degree of similarity between the morphology. Thistle, eds. (): Functional morphology of feeding and grooming in Crustacea (Funktionsmorphologische Untersuchungen des Putzens und der Nahrungsaufnahme von Crustaceen).
Eisenbeis, G., & W. Wichard (): Atlas on the biology of soil arthropods (Atlas zur Biologie der Bodenarthropoden, Gustav Fischer Verlag Stuttgart ). In: Felgenhauer BE, Watling L, Thistle AB, eds.
Functional morphology of feeding and grooming in Crustacea. Rotterdam: AA Balkema (), pp. Rotterdam: AA Balkema (), pp. Google Scholar. The Advances in Crustacean Research series publishes internationally significant contributions to the biology of thematic focus of individual volumes includes particular aspects from various fields of research, such as molecular biology, comparative morphology, developmental biology, systematics, phylogenetics, natural history, evolution, palaeontology, zoogeography conservation.
The main grooming appendages are the endopodites of the 3rd maxillipeds, however, most of the other mouthparts have a self-cleaning function. Functional morphology of the mouthparts and associated structures of Pagurus rubricatus (Crustacea: Decapoda: Anomura) with special reference to feeding and grooming | SpringerLink.
() Decapod crustacean grooming: functional morphology, adaptive value, and phylogenetic significance. In: Felgenhauer B, Watling L, Thistle A.
(Eds) Functional Morphology of Grooming and Feeding Appendages, Crustacean Issues 6 A.A. Balkema, Rotterdam, 49– Dental Functional Morphology offers an alternative to the received wisdom that teeth merely crush, cut, shear or grind food and shows how teeth adapt to diet.
Providing an analysis of tooth action based on an understanding of how food particles break, it shows how tooth form from the earliest mammals to modern-day humans can be understood using. Functional morphology of the mouthparts and associated structures of Pagurus rubricatus (Crustacea: Decapoda: Anomura) with special reference to feeding and grooming.
JOURSMI OF CRUSTACEAN BIOUOGV, 1(2): GROOMING BEHAVIOR AND MORPHOLOGY IN THE DECAPOD CRUSTACEA Raymond T. Bauer ABSTRACT Many decapod crustacean species have specialized structures for grooming the body lo keep it free of epizoic growth and particulate fouling.
Among the decapod species examined. Functional Morphology and Diversity explores the functional morphology of crustaceans, which cover the main body parts and systems.
The book brings together a group of internationally recognized-and up-and-coming-experts in fields related to systematics and morphology.
JOURNAL OF CRUSTACEAN BIOLOGY, 3(3):ULTRASTRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONAL MORPHOLOGY OF FEEDING AND ASSOCIATED APPENDAGES IN THE TROPICAL FRESH-WATER SHRIMP ATYA INNOCOUS (HERBST) WITH NOTES ON ITS ECOLOGY Bruce E.
Felgenhauer and Lawrence G. Abele ABSTRACT Atya innocous (Atyidae) occurs in permanent and temporary fresh .Functional morphology, adaptive value, and phylogenetic significance of grooming in Decapod Crustacea. In: B. Felgenhauer and L. Watling (eds), Functional Morphology of Grooming and Feeding Appendages, pp, Crustacean Issues, Balkema press.Barnacle Biology by Alan J.
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