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Functional morphology of feeding and grooming in Crustacea
Felgenhauer, B.E.; Watling, L.; Thistle, A.B. (Ed.) (1989). Functional morphology of feeding and grooming in Crustacea. Crustacean Issues, 6. A.A. Balkema: Rotterdam. ISBN 90 6191 777 8. 225 pp.
Part of: Schram, F.R. (Ed.) Crustacean Issues. Balkema/CRC Press/Taylor & Francis: Rotterdam. ISSN 0168-6356; e-ISSN 2155-5397, more

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Authors  Top 
  • Felgenhauer, B.E., editor
  • Watling, L., editor, more
  • Thistle, A.B., editor

Content
  • Jaques, F. (1989). The setal system of crustaceans: Types of setae, groupings, and functional morphology, in: Felgenhauer, B.E. et al. Functional morphology of feeding and grooming in Crustacea. pp. 1-13, more
  • Watling, L. (1989). A classification system for crustacean setae based on the homology concept, in: Felgenhauer, B.E. et al. Functional morphology of feeding and grooming in Crustacea. pp. 15-26, more
  • Derby, C.D. (1989). Physiology of sensory neurons in morphologically identified cuticular sensilla of crustaceans, in: Felgenhauer, B.E. et al. Functional morphology of feeding and grooming in Crustacea. pp. 27-47, more
  • Bauer, R.T. (1989). Decapod crustacean grooming: Functional morphology, adaptive value, and phylogenetic significance, in: Felgenhauer, B.E. et al. Functional morphology of feeding and grooming in Crustacea. pp. 49-73, more
  • Pohle, G. (1989). Fill and embryo grooming in lithodid crabs: Comparative functional morphology based on Lithodes maja, in: Felgenhauer, B.E. et al. Functional morphology of feeding and grooming in Crustacea. pp. 75-94, more
  • Holmquist, J.G. (1989). Grooming structure and function in some terrestrial Crustacea, in: Felgenhauer, B.E. et al. Functional morphology of feeding and grooming in Crustacea. pp. 95-114, more
  • Schram, F.R.; Lewis, C.A. (1989). Functional morphology of feeding in the Nectiopoda, in: Felgenhauer, B.E. et al. Functional morphology of feeding and grooming in Crustacea. pp. 115-122, more
  • Martin, J.W. (1989). Morphology of feeding structures in the Conchostraca with special reference to Lynceus, in: Felgenhauer, B.E. et al. Functional morphology of feeding and grooming in Crustacea. pp. 123-136, more
  • Schnack, S.B. (1989). Functional morphology of feeding appendages in calanoid copepods, in: Felgenhauer, B.E. et al. Functional morphology of feeding and grooming in Crustacea. pp. 137-151, more
  • Crouau, Y. (1989). Feeding mechanisms of the Mysidacea, in: Felgenhauer, B.E. et al. Functional morphology of feeding and grooming in Crustacea. pp. 153-171, more
  • Mauchline, J. (1989). Functional morphology and feeding of euphausiids, in: Felgenhauer, B.E. et al. Functional morphology of feeding and grooming in Crustacea. pp. 173-184, more
  • Factor, F.R. (1989). Development of the feeding apparatus in decapod crustaceans, in: Felgenhauer, B.E. et al. Functional morphology of feeding and grooming in Crustacea. pp. 185-203, more
  • Felgenhauer, B.E.; Abele, L.G. (1989). Evolution of the foregut in the lower Decapoda, in: Felgenhauer, B.E. et al. Functional morphology of feeding and grooming in Crustacea. pp. 205-219, more

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