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  • ISBN 0471986003
  • ISBN13 978-0471986003
  • Language English
  • Author August Dorn
  • Publisher Wiley; Volume 10, Part A edition (July 26, 2000)
  • Pages 326
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  • Category Medicine
  • Subcategory Medicine
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About 95 per cent of all known animal species are invertebrates. A knowledge of their sexual, reproductive, and developmental biology is essential for the effective management of species that are economically useful to man or are harmful to him, his crops and livestock. This treatise is the first to cover all aspects of reproduction and development of the entire spectrum of invertebrates terrestrial, marine, fresh-water, brackish-water, free-living, and parasitic. The chapters, by leading world experts in their fields, are up-to-date and informative, and suggest a number of problems for future research. Progress in Developmental Endocrinology (issued in parts A and B) is the tenth Volume in the series. Volume X, Part A Progress in Developmental Endocrinology Edited by August Dorn Contents Preface to the Progress Series; Preface to Volume X A; Contributors; Endocrine Systems of Protostomia and Non-Vertebrate Deuterostomia An overview D. Buckmann; Porifera Werner E.G. Muller and Isabel M. Muller; Ctenophora and Cnidaria Cornelis J.P. Grimmelikhuijzen; Platyhelminthes Maria Reuter and Margaretha K.S. Gustafsson; Nematoda Klaus-Dieter Spindler and Margarethe Spindler-Barth; Mollusca Naokuni Takeda; Endocrine Disruption of Reproduction by Organotins in Mollusca Naokuni Takeda; Arthropoda Chelicerata Jean-Louis Connat, Arthropoda Crustacea Klaus-Dieter Spindler, Peter Jaros and Wolfgang Weidemann; Arthropoda Myriapoda Heinrich Scheffel; Subject Index; Species Index.

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The first of two parts that constitute Volume 10 of the "Reproductive Biology of Invertebrates" series. Topics covered include endocrine systems of protostomia and non-vertebrate deuterostomia, and developmental endocrinology of porifera.

About 95 per cent of all known animal species are invertebrates. A knowledge of their sexual, reproductive, and developmental biology is essential for the effective management of species that are economically useful to man or are harmful to him, his crops, and livestock.

The population structure and reproductive biology of a population of the . The egg laying season lasted 10 months with a peak in June and July. Asexual reproduction (fission) started in June and finished during August in both populations

The population structure and reproductive biology of a population of the spionid polychaete Pygospio elegans was studied at Drum Sands, Firth of Forth, Scotland, between March 1997 and February 1998. P. elegans was numerically dominant at the site and exhibited a population density increase through the sampling period. Asexual reproduction (fission) started in June and finished during August in both populations.

A distinguished invertebrate reproductive biologist, who gave the discipline of invertebrate reproductive biology . The Adiyodis have worked extensively, over the past three decades, on the endocrinology and physiology of growth and reproduction of arthropods, chiefly crustaceans.

A distinguished invertebrate reproductive biologist, who gave the discipline of invertebrate reproductive biology a global distinctiveness and identity of its own, Dr.

Reproductive biology is the field of biology, which delves into both sexual and asexual reproduction. The topics included in this book on reproductive biology and endocrinology are of utmost significance and bound to provide incredible insights to readers. It includes several other fields like, sexual development, sexual maturity, endocrinology, fertility and reproduction. Endocrinology is an area of reproductive biology, which deals with the endocrine system, and the diseases related to it. It is a system of glands, which is responsible for the secretion of hormones. It traces the progress of these fields and highlights some of their key concepts and applications.

The journal publishes on topics covering gametogenesis, fertilization, early embryonic development, embryo-uterus interaction, reproductive development, pregnancy, uterine biology, endocrinology of reproduction, control of reproduction, reproductive immunology, neuroendocrinology, and veterinary and human reproductive medicine, including all vertebrate species.

Автор: August Dorn Название: Reproductive Biology of Invertebrates, Volume 10, Part A, Progress in.

Описание: The first of two parts that constitute Volume 10 of the "Reproductive Biology of Invertebrates" series.

Biology of Human Fertilization: Sperm-Egg .

Biology of Human Fertilization: Sperm-Egg Interactions and Early Development (. Ginsberg and J. Dean). The present single-volume module on reproductive endocrinology and biology is in more than one respect a continuation of Module 10 (in two volumes) dealing with molecular and cellular endocrinology. On the whole, it is also quite apparent that progress in the field of reproductive biology is to a large extent ascribable to the discovery in other disciplines of new hormones, as well as the introduction of new tools and recent improvements in laboratory methods including measurement of hormones.

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