Biology of Arthropoda
Discovery Publishing House, Jan 1, 2004 - 416 pages
Contents: Feeding and Digestion, Exchange of Gases, Circulation in Arthropods, Blood Vascular System in Crustaceans, Osmoregulation, Haemocoel in Arthropods, Receptors, Larval Forms in Crustacea, Role of Hormones in Metamorphosis, Ecdysis, Diapause, Segmentation in Arthropods.
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Feeding and Digestion 114
Exchange of Gases 1550
Circulation in Arthropods 5163
Blood Vascular System in Crustaceans 6473
Haemocoel in Arthropods 115130
abdomen abdominal segments Acariformes adult allatectomy animals annelids antennae appendages Araneina arthropods Atelocerata blood concentration body segments Bombyx brain Calliphora Carcinus cavity Chelicerata coelom corpora corpora allata crabs Crustacea cuticle decapods decrease diapause differentiation dorsal ecdysis ecdysone effect eggs eurypterids females forms freshwater function fused fusion ganglia ganglion genital gills groups growth haemolymph heart hepatopancreas hormone implantation increase inhibition insects instar ions last larval instar legs limbs Malacostraca maxillae medium membrane mesosoma metabolic rate metamerism metamorphosis metasoma moulting moulting process muscles myriapods nerve neurosecretory cells normal number of segments observed occurs Onychophora organs osmotic oxygen consumption pairs Pantopoda Phyllopoda pigment primitive produced prosoma protein prothoracic glands pupae pupal respiratory scorpions sea water similar sodium specialisation species stage structure surface Symphyla tagmata temperature tergites terrestrial tissue trilobites trunk segments tubule uptake urine ventral chain volume Wigglesworth Xiphosura