2 edition of anatomy and development of Cassiopea xamachana found in the catalog.
anatomy and development of Cassiopea xamachana
Robert Payne Bigelow
|Other titles||Cassiopea xamachana.|
|Statement||by Robert Payne Bigelow.|
|Series||Memoirs of the Boston Society of Natural History -- v. 5, no. 6.|
|Contributions||Boston Society of Natural History.|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .J4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||P. -23] :|
|Number of Pages||191|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bigelow, Robert Payne, Anatomy and development of Cassiopea xamachana. Boston, Pub. by. Robert Payne Bigelow has written: 'Directions for the dissection of the cat' -- subject(s): Anatomy, Cats, Dissection 'The anatomy and development of Cassiopea xamachana' -.
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Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Qu'est-ce qu'on fait quand on a presque quinze ans, une mère amoureuse, de /5. Flow structure and transport characteristics of feeding and exchange currents generated by upside-down Cassiopea jellyfish Arvind Santhanakrishnan 1, *, Makani Dollinger 2.
Refereed Research Publications: Whilde, J., Whitmore, L., Yang, C., Eastman, C.B., Thomas, R., Rollinson, D., Burkhalter, B.M., Martindale, M.Q., and Duffy, D.J. Cassiopeian definition is - of or relating to the constellation Cassiopeia. Staurozoa (stalked jellyfish) are characterized by a medusa form that is generally sessile, oriented upside down and with a stalk emerging from the apex of the "calyx" (bell), which attaches to the substrate.
At least some Staurozoa also have a polyp form that alternates with the medusoid portion of the life cycle.