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comparative morphology and evolution of the internal female reproductive system of Trichoptera

John D. Unzicker

comparative morphology and evolution of the internal female reproductive system of Trichoptera

by John D. Unzicker

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Published by University of Illinois Press in Urbana .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Caddisflies.,
  • Generative organs.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] John D. Unzicker.
    SeriesIllinois biological monographs,, 40
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL519 .U55
    The Physical Object
    Pagination72 p.
    Number of Pages72
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5635693M
    LC Control Number68063005

    The anatomy and histology of the female genital system in Boophilus microplus are scarcely studied; only it is possible to refer to articles about oviducts and fertilization (8,9) and studies of the ovary by Saito et al. (10). In the present paper, the general objective is to consider the female genital system of this tick.   Studying Genital Coevolution to Understand Intromittent Organ Morphology Patricia L. R. Brennan. the male would have to adapt to the female internal morphology, most likely through the gonadal duct. The correlated evolution of three dimensional reproductive structures between male and female by:

    Morphology is a branch of biology dealing with the study of the form and structure of organisms and their specific structural features.. This includes aspects of the outward appearance (shape, structure, colour, pattern, size), i.e. external morphology (or eidonomy), as well as the form and structure of the internal parts like bones and organs, i.e. internal morphology (or anatomy). This study: reviews knowledge of the female reproductive system and bacteriome organ in D. citri; represents the first detailed morphological study of .

    The present study provides new data concerning the morphology of the male genitalia of Aphididae and unifies their nomenclature. The structure of the male genitalia of 31 species from 26 genera of Aphididae was studied with light and scanning electron by: The external morphology of Lepidoptera is the physiological structure of the bodies of insects belonging to the order Lepidoptera, also known as butterflies and ptera are distinguished from other orders by the presence of scales on the external parts of the body and appendages, especially the wings. Butterflies and moths vary in size from microlepidoptera .


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The comparative morphology and evolution of the internal female reproductive system of Trichoptera By John D.

Unzicker Topics: Caddisflies, Generative organsAuthor: John D. Unzicker. The comparative morphology and evolution of the internal female reproductive system of Trichoptera.

By John D. Unzicker. Abstract. 4 Topics: Caddisflies, Generative organs. Publisher: Urbana,University Author: John D. Unzicker. The comparative morphology and evolution of the internal female reproductive system of Trichoptera 40 By John D.

Unzicker Download PDF (4 MB)Author: John D. Unzicker. For this study, we used 11 Japanese species (including 2 subspecies) of 2 genera in the Donaciinae and 16 Japanese species of 4 genera in the Criocerinae. Morphological comparison revealed that the internal reproductive system exhibits a large diversity even in each subfamily.

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Comparative morphology of the internal female genitalia in two species of Mantophasmatodea. Abstract. The female internal reproductive anatomy of two mantophasmatodean species, Karoophasma biedouwense and Viridiphasma clanwilliamense, is described in detail using X-ray micro-computed tomography, light microscopy, and scanning electron by: 2.

internal reproductive organs of this species, a study of the internal reproductive systems was undertaken in the hope of aiding the continuing research on the European corn borer. This investigation includes the morphology and histology of the internal reproductive organs of the adult male and fe­Author: Harold Gene Drecktrah.

Comparative morphology of the internal reproductive system of the Chrysomelidae (Coleoptera) Abstract. Commensurate with the large number of species and immense variety of structures, a considerable body of knowledge on the internal reproductive system in the Coleoptera has been amassed by many by:   The structure-function concept at the level of organs and organ systems is fundamental to an understanding of comparative evolutionary morphology.

It is upon these three interrelated aspects—structure, function, and evolution— that that contents of this volume have been organized and Edition: 1. Comparative evidence for the evolution of genitalia by sexual selection Article (PDF Available) in Nature () June with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Göran Arnqvist.

Morphology and Evolution of the Insect Abdomen: With Special Reference to Developmental Patterns and Their Bearings Upon Systematics focuses on the morphology and evolution of the skeletal structures of the insect abdomen and the internal reproductive system.

Emphasis is placed on patterns of development and their implications for Edition: 1. Author(s): Unzicker,John D Title(s): The comparative morphology and evolution of the internal female reproductive system of Trichoptera.

Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Urbana, Univ, of Illinois Press, Morphology and Evolution of the Insect Abdomen: With Special Reference to Developmental Patterns and Their Bearings Upon Systematics focuses on the morphology and evolution of the skeletal structures of the insect abdomen and the internal reproductive system.

Emphasis is placed on patterns of development and their implications for systematics. The morphology and functional anatomy of the male and female reproductive system of Cimex lectularis L. Ann Ent Soc Amer Deshpande DJ, Srivastava KP Histology and histochemical studies on the ovaries of the red cotton bug.

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View Metadata. By: Unzicker, John D., Bibliography Caddisflies catalog Distribution Neotropical Synonyms taxonomy Trichoptera valid names. Checklist of the Trichoptera (Insecta) of Brazil I. REVISION OF THE CADDISFLY FAMILY UENOIDAE (TRICHOPTERA) The western Nearctic genera Neothremma and Farula are assigned to the family Uenoidae, previously comprising only the type genus Uenoa from Asia; a new genus Sericostriata with S.

surdickae n. sp. from western North America is also added to the by: