3 edition of An introduction to Hydrozoa found in the catalog.
An introduction to Hydrozoa
Includes bibliographical references (p. 491-527) and index.
|Statement||Jean Bouillon ... [et al.].|
|Series||Memoires du Museum national d"histoire naturelle -- t. 194., Mémoires du Muséum national d"histoire naturelle (1993) -- t. 194.|
|Contributions||Bouillon, Jean., Muséum national d"histoire naturelle (France)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||591 p. :|
|Number of Pages||591|
Hydrozoan definition is - any of a class (Hydrozoa) of cnidarians (such as the hydra, fire coral, and Portuguese man-of-war) that includes solitary and colonial polyps and medusae but often having the medusa stage reduced or absent and lacking nematocysts in the digestive cavity. Hydrozoa is a diverse group that includes nearly 3, species; most are marine, although some freshwater species are known (Figure ). Most species exhibit both polypoid and medusoid forms in their lifecycles, although the familiar Hydra has only the polyp form.
An introduction to the biology, classification and ecology of sea anemones, the Hydrozoa. Etymology: From the Latin Loricus for girdle or Lorica a corselet and Ferre to bear, hence an animal with a girdle or corselet. Characteristics of Loricifera: 1)Bilaterally symmetrical. Identification: Sea nettles may have a white, pink, purple, or yellowish bell that may have reddish-brown stripes. They have long, slender tentacles and frilly oral arms that extend from the center of the bell. The bell may be up to 30 inches in diameter (in the Pacific sea nettle, which is larger than the Atlantic species) and tentacles may extend as long as 16 feet.
The LibreTexts libraries are Powered by MindTouch ® and are supported by the Department of Education Open Textbook Pilot Project, the UC Davis Office of the Provost, the UC Davis Library, the California State University Affordable Learning Solutions Program, and Merlot. We also acknowledge previous National Science Foundation support under grant numbers , , and Introduction. The class Hydrozoa is a monophyletic group in the phylum Cnidaria, consisting of approximately currently described species .The basic life cycle of hydrozoans comprises a succession of developmental stages: planula larva, hydroid and dioecious hydromedusa .Sessile polyps produce medusae through asexual budding.
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An introduction to Hydrozoa | Jean Bouillon, Cinzia Gravili, Francesc Pagès, Josep-Maria Gili, Ferdinando Boero | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. Jean Bouillon dedicated his life to the study of the Hydrozoa, starting with life cycles, histology, developmental biology and evolution, culminating his career with the description of more than new taxa, from species to orders.
He established the core of this book. Cinzia Gravili studies life cycles and taxonomy of the Hydrozoa. An Introduction to Hydrozoa Jean Bouillon (Ed.), Cinzia Gravili, Francesc Pagès, Josep-Maria Gili, and Ferdinando Boero Distributed for French National Museum of Natural History You may purchase this title at these fine bookstores.
Introduction to Hydrozoa. Paris: Publications scientifiques du Muséum, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jean.
Abstract The superclass Hydrozoa of the phylum Cnidaria comprises 3, species currently regarded as valid, ascribed to three heterogeneous classes.
The. Introduction to the Hydrozoa Perhaps the best-known hydrozoan, familiar to most students of introductory biology, is Hydra, pictured at left. Hydranever goes through a medusoid stage and spends its entire life as a polyp.
However, Hydrais not typical of the Hydrozoa as a whole. The authors are all members of the Hydrozoan Society and this book is a product of the philosophy of the Society. Jean Bouillon dedicated his life to the study of the Hydrozoa, starting with life cycles, histology, developmental biology and evolution, culminating his career with the description of more than new taxa, from species to orders.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Hydrozoa (hydrozoans, from ancient Greek ὕδωρ, hydōr, "water" and ζῷον, zōion, "animal") are a taxonomic class of individually very small, predatory animals, some solitary and some colonial, most living in salt water.
An-Introduction-To-Hydrozoa-Nr Adobe Acrobat Reader DCDownload Adobe Acrobat Reader DC Ebook PDF:Download free Acrobat Reader DC software the only PDF viewer that lets you read search print and interact with virtually any type of PDF file. Hydroid, any member of the invertebrate class Hydrozoa (phylum Cnidaria).
Most hydroids inhabit marine environments, but some hydroids have invaded freshwater habitats. Hydroids may be either solitary or colonial, and there are about 3, known species.
The Hydrozoa is a subgroup of cnidarians containging approximately species. It is a diverse group with a variety of life cycles, growth forms, and specialized structures.
An Introduction to Hydrozoa. Paris, France: Publications Scientifiques du Muséum. Brusca, R., G. Brusca. While ADW staff and contributors provide. The Hydrozoa have two principle forms; the predominant body type is the polyp and the other is bell-shaped or the shape of a thin disk.
The life cycle of a hydrozoan is believed to originate as a sessile polyp. and is familiar to most students as part of the introduction to biology, but may not be the best example of this class as does not.
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Zoologie/faune. Organismes des milieux marins. An introduction to Hydrozoa. expand_less. expand_more. Feuilletez € Tax included In stock. An introduction to Hydrozoa. Share your opinion. Authors. Introduction to introduced hydrozoa (benthic polyp stage) The Hydrozoa is a class of Cnidaria.
They are characterized by having a life-cycle involving sexual and asexual reproduction. Most hydrozoans have a benthic, colonial polyp stage, which reproduces asexually by budding.
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Mémoires du Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Volume By J Bouillon, C Gravili, F Pagés, J-M Gili, and F Boero. Book: General Biology (Boundless) Invertebrates Expand/collapse global location Introduction to Phylum Cnidaria.
and Hydrozoa. The anthozoans, the sea anemones and corals, are all sessile species, whereas the scyphozoans (jellyfish) and cubozoans (box jellies) are swimming forms. The hydrozoans contain sessile forms and swimming. The Hydrozoa are a class of the phylum are small predatory animals which mostly live in the sea.
Their basic life form is the species live singly, others live in classification and evolutionary relationships are still under discussion. The hydroids may be best understood by taking some examples.
Get this from a library. An introduction to Hydrozoa. [Jean Bouillon; Cinzia Gravili; Francesc Pagès; Josep-Maria Gili; Ferdinando Boero; et al] -- The superclass Hydrozoa of the phylum Cnidaria comprises 3, species currently regarded as valid, ascribed to three heterogeneous classes. The species of the class Automedusa have simple life.
introduction to Hydrozoa Me The book discusses the Nile basin from a holistic point of view, giving due attention to its geological history, hydrology, climate, and the full diversity of. Hydrozoa: Moerisiidae: Moerisia: Species. Moerisia is a group of halophilic, mostly marine/brackish specimens.
Some occur in salt lakes. Schuchert () lists 10 Moerisia species. All except two are from outside the geographic range of this book or from marine habitats.
In part, after Kramp,Kramp, 1 Hydroids.For an in depth introduction to the morphology and classification of the Hydrozoa see Bouillon et al. (). The World Hydrozoa Database includes all extant hydrozoan species and is intended to act as a tool for anyone needing taxonomic information, both specialists and non-specialists alike.An introduction to Hydrozoa.
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