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Morphology, Behavior & Ecology

Averkii Fyodorov Havrila Yakovlev

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Nova Science Publishers Inc
22 May 2012
Together with the influence of abiotic environmental factors, mollusks sustain the influence of species in communities. Mollusca is the largest marine phylum, comprising about 23% of all the named marine organisms. This book presents current research in the study of the morphology, behaviour and ecology of mollusks. Topics discussed include the topic and trophic relationships of marine bivalves with their epi- and endobionts; chemical neuroanatomy of the cholinergic neurons in the cephalopod octopus and gastropod limax; biological and ecological aspects of the larvae of the Dreissena blanci mollusk; paleontological data on the possibility of precambrian existence of mollusks; the problem of geographical variation in freshwater gastropods and benthic mollusks of the Middle Parana River in Argentina.
Edited by:   Averkii Fyodorov, Havrila Yakovlev
Imprint:   Nova Science Publishers Inc
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 155mm,  Width: 230mm,  Spine: 23mm
Weight:   851g
ISBN:   9781621009870
ISBN 10:   1621009874
Pages:   298
Publication Date:   22 May 2012
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Further / Higher Education
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Preface; Early Evolution of Molluscs; Topic & Trophic Relationships in Associations of Marine Bivalves with their Epi- & Endobionts; Chemical Neuroanatomy of the Cholinergic Neurons in the Cephalopod Octopus & the Gastropod Limax; Biological & Ecological Aspects of the Larvae of the Mollusk Dreissena blanci (Westerlund, 1890) from Greek Lakes; Paleontological Data on the Possibility of Precambrian Existence of Mollusks; The Problem of Geographical Variation in Freshwater Gastropods; Structure of Mollusks Limincs in the Community; Benthic Mollusks of the Middle Parana River Floodplain, Argentina; Indigenous Mollusks: Sentinels of Human Waste Pollution of Coastal Marine Waters; Index.

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