Zoology Bibliography
Bibliography

General

The Invertebrates: Echinodermata, The coelomate Bilateria. Vol. IV, L.H. Hyman, 1955, McGraw-Hill.
The Invertebrates: Protozoa through Ctenophor.a Vol. I, L.H. Hyman, 1940, McGraw-Hill.
The Invertebrates: Smaller Coelomate Groups. Vol. V, L.H. Hyman, 1959, McGraw-Hill.
The Invertebrates: Acanthocephala, Aschelminthes, and Entoprocta. Vol. III, L.H. Hyman, 1951, McGraw-Hill.

Invertebrate Zoology, R.D. Barnes, 1987, 5th ed., Saunders College Publishing.

Invertebrates, R.C. Brusca and G.J. Brusca, 2003, 2nd ed, Sinaur Associates.

The Invertebrates: a new synthesis, R.S.K. Barnes, P. Calow and P.J.W. Olive, 1988, 2nd ed, Blackwell.

Larousse Encyclopedia of Animal Life, 1967, The Hamlyn Publishing Group Limited.

Invertebrate Palaeontology and evolution, E.N.K. Clarkson, 1993, 3rd ed, Chapman & Hall.

Invertebrate structure and Function, Barrington, 1979, 2nd ed, Nelson.

Practical Invertebrate Zoology, R.P. Dales, 1981, 2nd ed, Blackwell.

The Biology of the Deep ocean, P. Herring, 2002, Oxford University Press.

Dynamics in Metazoan Evolution: The Origin of the Coelom and segments, R.B. Clark, 1964, Oxford university
Press.


Coelenterates

1. The Invertebrates: Protozoa through Ctenophor.a Vol. I, L.H. Hyman, 1940, McGraw-Hill.

2. A.E. Vines and N. Rees, 1972. Plant and Animal Biology, Volume 1. 4th ed. Pitman (pub).

3. S. Crowell, 1953. The Regression-Replacement Cycle of Hydranths of
Obelia and Campanularia.
Physiological Zool. 26: 319-327.

4. T. Hunter, 1989. Suspension Feeding in Oscillating Flow: The Effect of Colony Morphology and Flow
Regime on Plankton Capture by the Hydroid
Obelia longissima. Biological Bulletin 176: 41-49.

5. J.G. Morin and G.T. Reynolds, 1974. The Cellular Origin of Bioluminescence in the Colonial Hydroid
Obelia. Biological Bulletin 147: 397-410.


Aschelminethes (Nematodes, Rotifers and allies)

1. The Invertebrates: Acanthocephala, Aschelminthes, and Entoprocta. Vol. III, L.H. Hyman, 1951, McGraw-Hill.

2. Nematodes: Structure, development, classification and phylogeny, 1994. V.V. Malakhov, W.D. Hope (ed).
Smithsonian Institution Press.

3. Intermediate Filaments in
Caenorhabditis elegans, 2009. Katrin Carberry, Tobias Wiesenfahrt, Reinhard
Windoffer, Olaf Bossinger, and Rudolf E. Leube. Cell Motility and the Cytoskeleton 66: 852–864.


Echinoderms

The Invertebrates: Echinodermata, The coelomate Bilateria. Vol. IV, L.H. Hyman, 1955, McGraw-Hill.

A novel stiffening factor inducing the stiffest state of holothurian catch connective tissue, 2010.
Akira Yamada, Masaki Tamori, Tomoaki Iketani, Kazuhiro Oiwa and Tatsuo Motokawa.
The Journal of
Experimental Biology
213: 3416-3422.

Insects

1. Ishay, J.S. and Barenholz-Paniry, V. 1995. Thermoelectric Effect in Hornet (Vespa orientalis) Silk and
Thermoregulation in a Hornet’s Nest.
J. Insect Physiol. 41: 753-759.

2. Marie-Josée Gauvin, Guy Boivin and Jean-Pierre Nénon, 2001. Hydropy and ultrastructure of egg
envelopes in
Aleochara bilineata (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae). Zoomorphology 120:171–175.

3. Evans, H.E. Insect biology: A textbook of entomology, 1984. Addison-Wesley Publishing Co.

4. Wigglesworth, V.B. 1972. The principles of insect physiology, 7th ed. Chapman and Hall.

5. O'Toole, C. 1995. Alien Empire: an exploration of the lives of insects. BBC books.


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