TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «ONISCOID»
The term «oniscoid» is normally little used and occupies the 127.376
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ONISCOID»
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Diplopoda of the Order Merocheta
This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923.
Orator Fuller Cook, Orator Fuller Cook, 2012
The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art
NEW ONISCOID. The Eev. Mr. Hogan has read to the Dublin University
Zoological and Botanical Association, a paper " On the Occurrence of a new
British Oniscoid inhabiting Ants' Nests," the author observing that the new
oniscoid was found ...
John Timbs, James Mason, 1859
Advances in Ecological Research
I. SUMMARY Terrestrial adaptations of the oniscoid isopods range from structural
and behavioural to ecological and physiological traits. Special trends in the
structure of the respiratory organs, the pseudotracheae, enable conservation of ...
Amyan Macfadyen, E. D. Ford, 1987
The zoologist: a popular miscellany of natural history
A. R. Hogan, a letter containing specimens of an Oniscoid, found by him in ant-
hills of Formica rufa and allied species, near Weymouth, and which has been up
to this time unnoticed in Britain, and but meagrely -described on the Continent.
African Invertebrates: A Journal of Biodiversity Research
The patterns of volvation in 'oniscoid' Diplopoda attest to the widely accepted
parallelisms in polydesmidan evolution. Generally, enrolling the body among
Chelodesmidea tends to entail no or relatively little differentiation of tergum 2 ...
Tropical seagrass ecosystems: structure and dynamics in the ...
B Flagstaff Public School District, Flagstaff, Arizona 86001, USA. c Department of
Zoology, Monash University, Clayton, Vic. 3168, Australia. Abstract Densities of
the oniscoid isopod, Haloniscus searlei Chilton, were orders of magnitude higher
Australian Freshwater Life: The Invertebrates of Australian ...
(1970): The biology of Haloniscus searlet Chilton, an oniscoid isopod living in
Australian salt lakes. Aust. J. Mar. Freshwat. Res. 21: 51-69. Knott, b. (1975):
Systematic studies on the Phreatoicoidea (order Isopoda) with a discussion on
William David Williams, 1980
Biodiversity and Ecophysiology of Yeasts
... isolated from an Oniscoid isopod (Thanh et al. 2002). Woodlice and pillbugs
are common litter organisms long noted for consumption of rotting vegetation and
may harbor more undescribed species.
Carlos Rosa, Gabor Peter, 2006
Arthropod Biology and Evolution: Molecules, Development, ...
Terrestrial oniscoid isopods still use their gills for respiration. These are, uniquely
in malacostracans, formed by the pleopodal endopods (Gruner 1993). The use of
gills in a terrestrial environment was made possible due to a complex ...
Alessandro Minelli, Geoffrey Boxshall, Giuseppe Fusco, 2013
The pseudotracheae of oniscoid isopods and the respiratory sacs of Oniscus are
minute air-filled structures (the “white bodies”) for which diffusion alone is
believed to be adequate. Presumably the abdominal integumental respiration of