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Published by Louisiana State University Press in Baton Rouge .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Ostracoda -- Bibliography.,
  • Ostracoda, Fossil -- Bibliography.

Book details:

Classifications
LC ClassificationsZ7996.C95 H6 1962
The Physical Object
Paginationxix, 366 p.
Number of Pages366
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5851527M
LC Control Number62011741

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Handbook of ostracod taxonomy. Format Book Published Baton Rouge, Louisiana State University Press, [] Description xviii, pages 23 cm Variant title Ostracod taxonomy Uniform series Louisiana State University studies. Physical science series ; no. 1. Subject headings. Title. Handbook of ostracod taxonomy. Title Variants: Alternative: Ostracod taxonomy Related Titles. Series: Louisiana State University studies. Physical science.   Ostracod taxonomy. This edition published in by Louisiana State University Press in Baton : The author has created a work that is extremely useful for providing introductions to undergraduate students approaching ostracod research for the first time, or to postgraduates and academics wanting a quick summary of the taxonomy and distribution of specific ostracod taxa. the ostracod research community will cherish this first.

Handbook of ostracod taxonomy. By. Howe, Henry V. (Henry Van Wagenen), Publication Details. Baton Rouge,Louisiana State University Press,[] Year. Holding Institution. MBLWHOI Library. Sponsor. If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book chapter, please feel free to enter the title and author information. Ostracod taxonomy and phylogeny contribute to general studies of crustacean evolution. The diversity of ostracod applications in both biology and palaeontology is clearly illustrated by the eighteen papers of the 15th International Symposium on Ostracoda (Berlin, Germany) in , which are grouped in the present proceedings, one of three.   From the reviews: “Karanovic has done a great job in providing this first complete overview of the freshwater ostracods of the world . The author has created a work that is extremely useful for providing introductions to undergraduate students approaching ostracod research for the first time, or to postgraduates and academics wanting a quick summary of the taxonomy and distribution Manufacturer: Springer.   In particular, the surface ornamentation (reticulation, fossae, muri, eye tubercle, ridges and so on), hingement type, muscle scar morphology (Figures 1 and 2), and pore shape and numbers are useful for ostracod taxonomy. With living specimens, the morphology of male copulatory organs and other appendages are also used for species.

The author has created a work that is extremely useful for providing introductions to undergraduate students approaching ostracod research for the first time, or to postgraduates and academics wanting a quick summary of the taxonomy and distribution of specific ostracod taxa. the ostracod research community will cherish this first comprehensive book on freshwater ostracods of the world.” (Steffen . With almost species described from all over the world, Polycope Sars, Sars, G. O. (). Forhandlinger i Videnskabs-Selskabet i Christiania. Christiania: Trykt hos Brogger & Christie. [Google Scholar] is the most specious and eurytopic genus of the exclusively marine family Polycopidae. Unlike other members of the subclass Myodocopa, polycopids are commonly found in fossiliferous. General Characters of Ostracoda: Ø Commonly called as seed shrimps. Ø Small crustaceans Ø They are the common zooplanktons of marine environment. Ø Flattened body plan. Ø Body is covered by bivalve like shell. Ø Shell may be chitinous or calcareous. Ø Body consists of head and thorax. Ø Head and thorax separated by a small constriction. Ø Abdomen usually absent. Ostracod taxonomy by Howe, Henry V. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at