2 edition of ecological approach to acanthocephalan physiology. found in the catalog.
ecological approach to acanthocephalan physiology.
David William Thomasson Crompton
|Series||Cambridge monographs in experimental biology -- no. 17|
|LC Classifications||QL391 A2 C7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||125|
A phylum of parasitic worms, closely related to tapeworms and containing two genera: Moniliformis, which sometimes infects man, and | Explore the latest full-text research PDFs, articles. Concepts of whole-organism function, metabolism and adaptation form the core of the subject-matter and this is also considered in an ecological setting. Hence, the approach is multi-disciplinary, drawing from principles normally restricted to comparative morphology and physiology .
AN ECOLOGICAL APPROACH TO ACANTHOCEPHALAN PHYSIOLOGY. Cambridge Monographs in Experi-mental Biology, No. By D. W. T. Crompton. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge and New York. $ viii + p. +2 p. pl.; ill.; index. Most of the data on acanthocephalan physiology has been obtained with two of the approximately. An Ecological Approach to Acanthocephalan Physiology it was amazing avg rating — 1 rating — published — 2 editions Want to Read saving 4/5(5).
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An ecological approach to acanthocephalan physiology. [D W T Crompton]. A book devoted to the Acanthocephala has been published by Crompton (), entitled "An Ecological Approach to Acanthocephalan Physiology".
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The movement of the acanthor is also elucidated. The fine structure of acanthocephalan spermatozoa is given. The most recent books are those of Crompton (), which adopted an ecological approach to acanthocephalan physiology, and Crompton & Nickol (), in which contributors covered many aspects of acanthocephalan biology and in which were chapters on epizootiology, life history models and population dynamics.
(Yamaguti, ), An Ecological Approach to Acanthocephalan Physiology (Crompton, ) and Biology of the Acanthocephala (Crompton & Nickol, ). The ﬁrst two of these books are fundamentally systematic in their approach, whereas the latter two are far more biological.
Crompton & Nickol’s () book does contain some chapters on. Crompton DWT () An ecological approach to acanthocephalan physiology. Cambridge Univ Press, London Google Scholar Crompton DWT, Lee DL () The fine structure of the body wall of Polymorphus minutus (Goeze ) (Acanthocephala).
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Any of parasitic intestinal worms comprising the phylum Acanthocephala. [First attested late 19th c.]D. Crompton, An Ecological Approach to Acanthocephalan Physiology, page That discussion of fish intestines is justified because many acanthocephalans have been described from fish. B. Nickol, Phylum Acanthocephala, P.
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In Part I, the treatment of visual physiology has been extensively revised with an updated account of retinal processing, a new section. An Ecological Approach to Acanthocephalan Physiology D W T Crompton Special features of the book include a taxonomic revision and list of valid species, anatomical illustrations and extensive tables covering morphological terms, host-parasite associations, life-history parameters and reproductive biology.
An Ecological Approach to. Visual Perception book. Physiology, Psychology and Ecology. By Vicki Bruce, Mark A. Georgeson, Patrick R.
Green, the treatment of visual physiology has been extensively revised with an updated account of retinal processing, a new section explaining the principles of spatial and temporal filtering which underlie discussions in later chapters.
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In his later works, including The Ecological Approach Reviews: This volume examines the distribution and abundance of the Acanthocephala, and uses this ecological information to reveal the group's enormous survival success. It discusses how the acanthocephalans have evolved differently to all other groups of parasites, and represent a distinct and alternative pathway of parasite evolution and host parasite.
Author(s): Crompton,D W T(David William Thomasson), Title(s): An ecological approach to Acanthocephalan physiology. Country of Publication: England. Circulation in Fishes by G. Satchell,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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This book attempts to provide a soundly based introduction to those features of the atmospheric environment of particular relevance to plants; it also describes the physical and physiological principles required for understanding how these factors affect plants. The underlying biophysics and biochemistry are explained in the context of plants growing in their natural environment.5/5(2).Observations on the early relationship between Moniliformis dubius (Acanthocephala) and the haemocytes of the intermediate host, Periplaneta americana - Volume 64 Issue 1 - .Acanthocephala of domestic and wild animals by V.
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