3 edition of list of Rotifera recorded from Canada with synonyms found in the catalog.
list of Rotifera recorded from Canada with synonyms
by National Museum of Natural Sciences, National Museums of Canada in Ottawa
Written in English
|Series||Syllogeus ;, no. 11|
|LC Classifications||QL391.R8 C48|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||30 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||30|
|LC Control Number||78312054|
DNA-based identification of mixed-organism samples offers the potential to greatly reduce the need for resource-intensive morphological identification, Cited by: Canada does not come close to that target either federally or provincially, and there has been vehement opposition to attempting to achieve it. There is, however, a more fundamental and nastier problem. The count of recorded species is inflated by synonyms: single species have been independently and differently named and recorded on two or.
The region where material for the present study was collected (Fig. 1) is one of the most productive and economically important regions in Cited by: 1. Valarmathi (). The present list, based on the publications, revealed species of freshwater rotifers belonging to 49 genera and 23 families, which is 49% of the Indian rotifer fauna ( species). CHECK LIST Phylum ROTIFERA Subclass EUROT ATORIA, Bartos Superorder MONOGONONT A, Wesenberg-Lund Order PLOIMIDA DelageFile Size: 12MB.
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List of Rotifera recorded from Canada with synonyms. Ottawa: National Museum of Natural Sciences, National Museums of Canada, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: R Chengalath.
One hundred and thirty-one species of rotifers, belonging to 40 genera, are reported from Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. Of these, are new records for the province and 21 are new records for Canada. Some species exhibited distinct differences from the original descriptions and are figured and by: A list of Rotifera recorded from Canada with synonyms / R.
Chengalath. QL R8 C48 Rotifera / by Thomas Nogrady, Robert L. Wallace, Terry W. Snell. QL R8 N65 V.4 Plankton regulation dynamics: experiments and models in Rotifer continous cultures / Norbert Walz (ed.).
QL M49 BOOK Molluscs / [by] J. Morton. -- QL Nemertea is a phylum of invertebrate animals also known as ribbon worms or proboscis worms. Alternative names for the phylum have included Nemertini, Nemertinea and Rhynchocoela.
 Most are very slim, usually only a few millimeters wide, although a Kingdom: Animalia. The biogeography of rotifers is discussed in light of general biogeographical concepts. It is argued that, in spite of considerable abilities for passive dispersal, vicariance can develop well in Cited by: The appendix is a compilation of all rotifers reported for the Great Lakes and includes synonyms, authors and dates of species, and the investigators who reported the species.
A list of Rotifera recorded from Canada with synonyms. Syllogeus Chengalath, R. and G. Mulamoottil. III. McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York. The first geographically extensive survey of rotifers in New England (U.S.A.) bogs is presented.
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work linking this phylum to Rotifera. A major addition is a cladogram and discussion on phylogenetic relationships within Acanthocephala.
Form and function of arthropods has now become chap-ter We have added a discussion of Arthropoda phylogeny, including its position as a member of superphylum Ecdyso-zoa. Microstomidae (Platyhelminthes: Macrostomorpha) diversity has been almost entirely ignored within recent years, likely due to inconsistent and often old taxonomic literature and a general rarity of sexually mature collected specimens.
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The rapidly increasing capacity and decreasing expense of DNA sequencing technology offers the potential to supplant the need for morphological identification of organisms 1,logical identification can require considerable time, resources, and expertise, particularly for taxa that are species rich, require microscopy to identify, and where samples include extensive bycatch Cited by: The extent of Goshen, according to the apocryphal book of Judith (i.
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5).The computer version of the list, which will also be made available, has further possibilities. THE SPECIES DIRECTORY DATABASE Data storage The original version of the coded list was stored on the Ulster Museum s Comart computer in a database written in Microsoft Basic. There were limitations to this system which it was felt should be rectified.