TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «ENDOPODITE»
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exopodite endopodite basis basal plate-like expansion of exopodite endites or
gnathobases <C4 exopodite carpus propodus dactylus bilobed epipodites basis
dactylus propodus - carpus IH A ^x-ex°P°dite merus + ischium epipodite coxa Fig
Pamphlets on Biology: Kofoid collection
I Right endopodite of male fifth feet of 1 segment 3 | Right endopodite of male fifth
feet of 2 segments 4 l Right endopodite of male fifth feet of 8 segments 5 First
antennae reach to second abdominal segment, right endopodite of male fifth feet
The new growth on the median side of the basal part of the endopodite (fig. 27),
is a sort of knob set on a neck and inclined at about 45° to the axis of the
endopodite. Its form is not spherical but rather more that of a short cylinder on a
Marine and Brackish Water Ostracods (Superfamilies ...
In the Myodocopida the exopodite is well-developed and bears long natatory
setae; the endopodite may also bear natatory setae (suborder Cladocopina) or is
reduced and is some species developed as a clasping organ in the male ...
J. Athersuch, David J. Horne, John E. Whittaker, 1989
Australian Freshwater Life: The Invertebrates of Australian ...
Endopodite of first leg 1 -segmented; endopodite of second to fourth legs 2-
segmented . . . Calamoecia (Fig. 58.2) -. Not as above ... 7 7. Endopodite of first
leg 2-segmented; endopodite of second to fourth legs 3-segmented . . .
William David Williams, 1980
Studies on Freshwater Copepoda: a Volume in Honour of ...
Left leg 5: basis with a small hyaline membrane on inner margin, with a small
process on outer distal corner; second exopodite segment with three outer spines
and one long terminal spine; endopodite 3-segmented, second endopodite ...
Danielle Defaye, Eduardo Suarez-Morales, J.C. von Vaupel Klein, 2011
The endopodite is a long, many jointed feeler. Its first three segments are quite
large. The exopodite is broad and leaf-like. It is called squama or scale. It bears
setae on its inner border. The length of antennae is equal to that of the entine
Dr. M. C. Bhatnagar, Dr. Geeta Bansal
Modern Text Book of Zoology: Invertebrates
Endopodite is represented by a many-jointed sensory feeler, while exopodite is
in the form of a broad and leaf-like plate, the squama or scale. It bears setae
along its inner and distal margins, while the outer smooth margin bears a small
Studies on Decapoda: Biology, Ecology, Morphology, and ...
Ventral setae on four-segmented endopodite progressing distally 2, 2, 2, 6, plus
one seta dorsally on last segment near its base and long, fine hairs on same side
of segments two and three. Exopodite similar as in first maxilliped (fig. 2G).
Brill Academic Publishers, Christopher Ameyaw-Akumfi, 1979
Biology of the Lobster Homarus Americanus
First Maxillae The first maxillae comprise a protopodite, with coxal and basal
endites, and a segmented endopodite (Fig. 6A-E). The endites are thin, platelike
structures with setose medial edges. The overall structure of the first maxillae ...