Studies on fresh-water bryozoa.
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Published by New York Academy of Sciences in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Bryozoa.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesFresh-water bryozoa
Statementby Mary E. Rogick and Claudeous J.D. Brown.
SeriesAnnals of the New York Academy of Sciences -- v. 43, art. 3
ContributionsBrown, Claudeous Jethro Daniels, 1904-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQ11 .N5 vol. 43, art. 3
The Physical Object
PaginationP. 123-143, [2] leaves of plates :
Number of Pages143
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20289053M

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STUDIES ON FRESH-WATER BRYOZOA I. THE OCCURRENCE OF LOPHOPODELLA CARTERI (HYATT) IN NORTH AMERICA MARY D. ROGICK Ohio State University INTRODUCTORY Lophopodella carteri is a phylactolaematous bryozoan of the family Lophopodidae. This species has heretofore been recorded only from Asia and Africa. STUDIES ON FRESH-WATER BRYOZOA. VII complete desiccation was lethal (Chandler, ). Otto, Brown and the Caldwells asserted that the eggs could not survive heat and dryness in combination (Chandler). Pearse remarked that the eggs of most fairy shrimps withstand pro-longed desiccation, indeed, many species seem to require it for subsequent. STUDIES ON FRESH-WATER BRYOZOA, XIII. ADDI-TIONAL PLUMATELLA CASMIANA DATA MARY D. RO;ICK College of New Roclelle An examination of some of the unidentified Plumatella material col-lected in Lake Erie during the summers of makes possible some additions to the knowledge of Plumatella casmiana Oka These addi-. studies on fresh-water bryozoa xv. hyalinella punctata growth data mary dora rogick college of new rochelle new rochelle, new york table of contents page page introduction 55 conclusions description of floatoblast groups.. 4 summary 78 description of rearing methods glossary observations: literature cited

STUDIES ON FRESH-WATER BRYOZOA IV. ON THE VARIATION OF STATOBLASTS OF LOPHOPODELLA CARTERI MARY D. ROGICK College of New Rochelle New Rothelle, N.Y. Variation of colonial and statoblast characters is very common among the fresh-water Bryozoa. Statoblasts vary as to size and shape as well as to the nature of the processes (where processes occur. STUDIES ON FRESH-WATER BRYOZOA, XVII. MICHIGAN BRYOZOA MARY D. ROGICK, College of New Roche lie, New Rochelle, N. Y. AND HENRY VAN DER SCHALIE, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. INTRODUCTION The purpose of the present study is to record the occurrence of several bryozoan species from localities new to Michigan and other regions; to File Size: 1MB. STUDIES ON FRESH-WATER BRYOZOA. X. THE OCCURRENCE OF PLUMATELLA CASMIANA IN NORTH AMERICA MARY D. ROGICK College of New Rochelle The purpose of this study is to report the occurrence of Plumatella cas-miana in North America and to add some data on geminate forms of Pluma-tella repens. Previous records for P. casmiana are as follows: Bryozoan Studies Proceedings of the 13th International Bryozoology Association conference, Concepción/Chile, fresh water bryozoans around the world; fossil bryozoans of the Mediterranean and Tethyan realms and evolution and diversity of recent species. This volume represents the newest advances made in bryozoological studies during Format: Hardcover.

A selection of papers presented at the 13th International Conference of the International Bryozoology Association held in Concepción Chile in January and hosted by the Universidad de Concepción and Universidad Católica de la Santísima Concepción. The topics presented in this volume reflect the diversity of studies on bryozoa with authors from 18 s: 1. Citation: Carballeira R, Romay CD, Ramos A () First record of a freshwater bryozoan species in Cuba: Plumatella repens (Linnaeus, ) (Phylactolaemata, Bryozoa). ZooKeys https. Get this from a library! Studies on fresh-water bryozoa: XII. a collection from various sources. [Mary D Rogick; C J D Brown].   Bryozoans are aquatic animals that form colonies of connected individuals. They take a variety of forms: some are bushy and moss-like, some are flat and encrusting and others resemble lace. Bryozoans are mostly marine, with species found in all oceans from sublittoral to abyssal depths, but freshwater species also exist. Some bryozoans are of concern as marine-fouling organisms and Cited by: 1.