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eBook Studies on Large Branchiopod Biology and Conservation ePub

by Marie A. Simovich,Clay Sassaman,Denton Belk

  • ISBN: 0792349660
  • Category: Medicine and Health Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Marie A. Simovich,Clay Sassaman,Denton Belk
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer (April 30, 1998)
  • Pages: 248
  • ePub book: 1440 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1865 kb
  • Other: mbr lrf lit doc
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This volume is a collection of papers concerning the biology of large branchiopod crustaceans: Anostraca, Conchostraca, and Notostraca.

This volume is a collection of papers concerning the biology of large branchiopod crustaceans: Anostraca, Conchostraca, and Notostraca. Many of the individual papers were first presented at the Third International Large Branchiopod Symposium (ILBS-3) held at the University of San Diego, CA, USA, July 15-18, 1996. Contributions on additional topics from participants at the symposium, and from colleagues not able to join us in San Diego, are also included. In addition, there is a supplement to the 1995 & of the Anostraca'.

A. Simovich, C. Sassaman & D. Belk (eds), Studies on Large Branchiopod Biology and Conservation. List of participants at the Third International Large Branchiopod Symposium University of San Diego, California, USA, 15-18 July 1996. Department of Biology, University of California, Riverside, CA 92521, USA. BELADJAL, Lynda. University of Ghent, Institute of Animal Ecology, . Ledeganckstraat 35, B-9000 Ghent, Belgium. Our Lady of the Lake University, Biology Department, San Antonio, TX 78207, USA. Lists with This Book.

Studies on Large Branchiopod Biology and Aquaculture. SASSAMAN, Clay University of California Department of Biology Riverside, CA 92521 USA. 522510. Andhra Pradesh India. Dumont and N. M u n u s w a m y Reprinted. Preface This book contains a collection of papers dealing with various aspects of the biology and aquaculture of the 'true phyllopods' as envisioned by Sars (1890).

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Life Sciences Biology Marine Biology. Studies on Large Branchiopod Biology and Conservation. by Marie A. SimovichClay SassamanDenton Belk. This volume is a collection of papers concerning the biology of large branchiopod crustaceans: Anostraca, Conchostraca, and Notostraca.

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Автор: Denton Belk; Henri J. Dumont; G. Maier Название .

Описание: This book contains a collection of papers dealing with various aspects of the biology and aquaculture of the large branchiopod crustacea; Included are many of the papers presented at the Second International Large Branchiopod Symposium convened in Ulm, Germany, 30 July-3 August 1993.

This volume is a collection of papers concerning the biology of large branchiopod crustaceans: Anostraca, Conchostraca, and Notostraca. Many of the individual papers were first presented at the Third International Large Branchiopod Symposium (ILBS-3) held at the University of San Diego, CA, USA, July 15-18, 1996. Contributions on additional topics from participants at the symposium, and from colleagues not able to join us in San Diego, are also included. In addition, there is a supplement to the 1995 `Checklist of the Anostraca'. The theme of the ILBS-3 was `understanding and conserving large branchiopod diversity'. Researchers from around the world presented papers on a variety of topics related to conservation of large branchiopods, with contributions ranging from alpha-taxonomy and zoogeography to community structure and studies of ecology and evolution. One important issue developed in many of the papers in this volume is the need to advance our understanding of basic aspects of branchiopod biology throughout the world in order to enhance our efforts to conserve them. Although we have made important strides in understanding the biology of large branchiopods, we have, with few notable exceptions, made little progress in assuring the conservation of their diversity. We hope this volume will supply the reader with new ideas, and generate enthusiasm for research and public education efforts on behalf of branchiopod conservation.