2 edition of systematic and anatomical account of the Opisthobranchia found in the catalog.
systematic and anatomical account of the Opisthobranchia
Nellie B. Eales
1938 by Printed by Order of the Trustees of the British Museum in London .
Written in English
|Statement||by N. B. Eales.|
|Series||The John Murray Expedition, 1933-34. Scientific reports, v. 5, no. 4|
|Contributions||British Museum (Natural History)|
|LC Classifications||Q115 .J55 vol. 5, no. 4, QL430.4 .J55 vol. 5, no. 4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||122|
|LC Control Number||74153980|
PHYLOGENY OF NUDIPLEURA. The Nudipleura form a monophyletic clade within Opisthobranchia (Gastropoda) that contains two sister clades: Pleurobranchomorpha and Nudibranchia (Waegele and Willan, ; Wollscheid-Lengeling et al., ; Göbbeler and Klussmann-Kolb, ) ().Molecular evidence suggests that the two sister groups separated approximately Mya (Göbbeler and . Systematic account Order Cephalaspidea Family Diaphanidae Odhner, Colpodaspis thompsoni Brown, (Pl. 21 A) Colpodaspis thompsoni Brown –, figs. 7–8, pl. I a Material examined. Nhatrang Bay, off Mot Island (group of rocks to Mun Island), , depth 3–8 m, collected by O.V. Savinkin, ZMMU Op – 1 juvenile.
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This is the second of two volumes on the Opisthobranchia, and gives a systematic account of the British Nudibranchia.
The nudibranchs constitute the largest opisthobranch order, with species in 4 by: About this book. This, the first of two volumes on the Opisthobranchia, gives a general account of the sea-slugs and bubble-shells of the world's seas and concludes with a systematic account of the British representatives of the orders Bullomorpha, Aplysiomorpha.
About this book. This is the second of two volumes on the Opisthobranchia, and gives a systematic account of the British Nudibranchia. The nudibranchs constitute the largest opisthobranch order, with species in 4 suborders.
Biology of Opisthobranch Molluscs I, vol. 1 (Publications / Ray Society) by T. Thompson and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Opisthobranchia has since been demonstrated to be a non-monophyletic group as sea slug clades such as Sacoglossa and Acochlidia share a more recent common ancestor with the pulmonates than other.
A study of the anatomy of Pupa and Maxacteon (Acteonidae, Opisthobranchia), with an account of the breeding cycle of Pupa kirki. Journal of Natural History: Vol. 6, No. 6, pp. Ernesto Marcus, F.M.L.S.; ON OPISTHOBRANCHIA FROM BRAZIL (2), Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, Vol Issue1 NovemberPages –, h.
Opisthobranch, any marine gastropod of the approximately 2, species of the subclass Opisthobranchia. These gastropods, sometimes called sea slugs and sea hares, breathe either through gills, which are located behind the heart, or through the body surface.
The shell and mantle cavity are reduced or lacking in most species. 12 Phylum Mollusca, Class Gastropoda, Subclass Opisthobranchia (pp. ) The opisthobranch fauna of the San Juan Archipelago includes many species of the orders Sacoglossa and Nudibranchia, a few species of the order Cephalaspidea, and one or two species each of the orders Anaspidea, Notaspidea, Gymnosomata and Thecosomata.
An anatomical account is provided of the visceral nerve loop of several tectibranch opisthobranchs ranging from primitive to advanced: Acteon tornatilis (L.), Bulla striata Bruguiere, Akera.
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Based on our own investigations on anatomy, histology and published literature, the polarity of each character is assessed by comparing its expression with outgroups, chiefly the Pleurobranchoidea, but also with other opisthobranch taxa (Cephalaspidea, Anaspidea, Sacoglossa), and ultimately with the Pulmonata, Vetigastropoda and Caenogastropoda.
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Shells, external features of the animals and anatomical characters from. Opisthobranchia are often rendered paraphyletic in phylogenetic analyses regardless of morphological or molecular systematic approaches [11, 18–22].
Moreover, positions of enigmatic taxa within the phylogenetic system of Opisthobranchia, such as the Sacoglossa, Acochlidiacea, Umbraculoidea or Acteonoidea also remain unresolved so far [ 21, 22 ]. NOVEM SCIENCE-ADVERTISEMENTS 13 NEW pH SLIDE COMPARATOR For pH, Chlorine and Phosphate Control Molded niitirely from plastic and works on the slide principle.
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Euopisthobranchia does not include some "traditional" opisthobranchs such as the Sacoglossa and the Acochlidiacea.
The subclass Heterobranchia now contains all the species which used to be assigned to Opisthobranchia, plus all the species in the Pulmonata.
The taxonomy of the Gastropoda as it was revised in by Philippe Bouchet and Jean-Pierre Rocroi is a system for the scientific classification of gastropod mollusks. (Gastropods are a taxonomic class of animals which consists of snails and slugs of every kind, from the land, from freshwater, and from saltwater.)The paper setting out this taxonomy was published in the journal Malacologia.
Opisthobranchia have experienced an unsettled taxonomic history. At the moment their taxonomy is in state of dramatic flux as recent phylogenetic studies have revealed traditional Opisthobranchia to be paraphyletic or even polyphyletic, allocating some traditional opisthobranch taxa to other groups of Heterobranchia, e.g.
Pulmonata. Here we review the history of Opisthobranchia. Biological systematics is the study of the diversification of living forms, both past and present, and the relationships among living things through time. Relationships are visualized as evolutionary trees (synonyms: cladograms, phylogenetic trees, phylogenies).Phylogenies have two components: branching order (showing group relationships) and branch length (showing amount of evolution).
Five potential key characters which might have enhanced species radiation in the Opisthobranchia (Gastropoda) are discussed. These are: 3–4 cuticular plates in the gizzard of Cephalaspideakleptoplasty in Sacoglossa, kleptocnides in Aeolidoidea, a symbiotic relationship with unicellular algae in Phyllodesmium Ehrenberg,and mantle dermal formations in.
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Class Gastropoda Sub Class Opisthobranchia Characteristics that distinguish this group from Prosobranchs 1.) a trend towards reduction, internalization, or loss of shell. 2.) reduction or loss of operculum (present in all larva) 3.) limited torsion during embryogenesis 4.) reduction or loss of mantle cavity 5.)reduction or loss ctenidia- in.
The bivalve superfamily Galeommatoidea is characterized by its symbiotic associations with other marine invertebrates. However, for many galeommatoideans, the host species remains unknown. Platomysia (Galeommatoidea) is a monotypic genus including a single species P. rugata, which is distinguished from other galeommatoideans in having distinct and evenly spaced commarginal ribs on its shell.
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The process is recognized morphologically by its developmental consequence: a new anatomical configuration in which the mantle cavity, anus, and gill rudiment are positioned over the head.
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See more. Anatomical definition, of or relating to anatomy. See more. The Acochlidia, a traditional "order" of the Opisthobranchia since their establishment by Odhner have formed one of the unsolved mysteries within Euthyneura.
Their monophyly is widely accepted especially since a proposed sister group relationship of the acochlidian family Ganitidae with Sacoglossa (based on the dagger-shaped radula teeth) could be rejected based on a comprehensive parsimony.
Opisthobranchia definition is - a large order of Euthyneura comprising marine gastropod mollusks having the gills when present posterior to the heart and having no operculum.COVID Resources.
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