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Fauna and Flora of the Bay of Naples The Cephalopoda - Embryology - Part 1, Vol. II

Flora / Fauna Out of Print
By: Adolf Naef
461 pages, B/w plates, illus
Fauna and Flora of the Bay of Naples
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  • Fauna and Flora of the Bay of Naples ISBN: 9781578081431 Hardback Dec 2000 Out of Print #116352
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Contents include: The typical course of early embryonic development in the Dibranchiates; The typical course of later embryonic development in the Dibranchiates; The typical course of embryonic development in the Decapods and its Modification; The embryonic development of the Loliginids; and The embryonic development of the Oegospids, Sepiids, Octopods, and Argonautids.

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General aspects and basic concepts; on the law of conservative preliminary states or the so-called "biogenetic fundamental law"; on the basic concepts of molluscan morphology; on the special initial conditions and aims of cephalopod ontogeneses; the typical course of early embryonic development in the dibranchiates; the typical course of later embryonic development in the dibranchiates; the typical course of embryonic development in the decapods and its modification; the embryonic development of the loliginids; the embryonic development of the oegopsids; on the embryonic development of spirula and its closest living and fossil relatives; the embryonic development of the sepiids; the embryonic development of the sepiolids; the embryonic development of the octopods; the embryonic development of the octopodids; the embryonic development of the argonautids; retrospect and summary of the special results; on disturbed and abnormal form creation and its relation to normal development; results of general systematic and methodological nature; technical aspects; literature; atlas with 37 plates; loligo vulgaris; oegopsid x; ommastrephid y; sepia officinalis; sepiola and sepietta; octopus vulgaris; tremoctopus violaceus; argonauta argo; argonauta and ocythoe tuberculata.

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Flora / Fauna Out of Print
By: Adolf Naef
461 pages, B/w plates, illus
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