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Academic & Professional Books  Insects & other Invertebrates  Insects  Insects: General

Insects: Their Spermatozoa and Phylogeny

By: Barrie GM Jamieson, Romano Dallai and Bjorn A Afzelius
555 pages, Illus, figs
Insects: Their Spermatozoa and Phylogeny
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  • Insects: Their Spermatozoa and Phylogeny ISBN: 9781578080403 Hardback Dec 1999 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Compilation of data on the ultrastructure of insect spermatozoa.

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Development of the insect spermatozoon - spermatogenesis; the fertilizing spermatozoon; phylogeny of the hexapod orders; superclass hexapoda; class insecta (ectognathous hexapods) subclass apterygota; subclass pterygota (introduction); infraclass palaeopter; infraclass neoptera; orthoptera and phasmatodea; orders embioptera, dermapter, plecoptera and grylloblattodea; the hemipteroid (rhynchotoid) orders; the hemipteroid orders - hemiptera; suborder heteroptera; the endopterygota (holometabola); order coleoptera; orders mecoptera and siphonaptera; orders diptera and strepsiptera; superorder amphiesmenoptera; order hymenoptera; taxonomic summary and phylogenetic analysis.

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By: Barrie GM Jamieson, Romano Dallai and Bjorn A Afzelius
555 pages, Illus, figs
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