Evolutionary biology of ostracoda

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... and K lshizaki (Editors) EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY OF OSTRACODA, ITS FUNDAMENTALS AND APPLICATIONS Developments in Palaeontology and Stratigraphy, 1 evolutionary biology of ostracoda I its fundamentals... possibility of using the chemistry of the shell to determine certain characteristics of the palaeoenvironment Another aspect of recent work has been the examination of the form and function of the soft... Distribution of Recent Ostracoda in Ise and Mikawa bays, Pacific coast of central Japan 413 T Preliminary study on the ecology of ostracods from TABUKI, R and NOHARA, the moat of a coral reef off Sesoko
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Xem thêm: Evolutionary biology of ostracoda , Evolutionary biology of ostracoda , PART I. ADDRESSES AT THE OPENING SESSION, Chapter 2. A taxonomist’s view on classification, Chapter 4. The North American genus Climacoidea Puri, 1956, and the tribe Campylocytherini (Neogene and Quaternary), Chapter 5. Morphological affinities in Ostracoda, misleading and revealing, Chapter 7. The Bairdia dynasty review-activities-aspects, Chapter 8. Some problems associated with the genus Uroleberis, Chapter 9. Tertiary and Recent species of Miocyprideis from India, Chapter 10. The genus Stigmatocythere from the Quilon Beds (Lower Miocene) of Kerala, India, Chapter 11. On ostracod biofacies and five new genera in Korean seas, Chapter 12. On the Recent Aurila species from Japan, Chapter 14. The free margin contact structures in some “palaeocopid” ostracods and their bearing on classification, Chapter 15. The origin of the “Xestoleberis-spot”, Chapter 16. Geometrical optics of some ostracod eyes, Chapter 17. The concept of cyclicity of morphogenesis, Chapter 18. Ontogeny of Bradleya normani (Brady): shape analysis of landmarks, Chapter 19. Multivariate analysis of leg morphology of Macrocyprididae, Chapter 20. A preliminary study on ornamentation and ultrastructure of Mesozoic and Cenozoic Ostracoda in China, Chapter 21. Ultrastructure of myodocopid shells (Ostracoda), Chapter 22. Carapace sculpture in Amphissites (Kirkbyacea: Ostracoda), Chapter 23. Evolution of Amphicostella from the Middle Devonian in Europe (Metacopa, Ostracoda), Chapter 24. Cytogenetic studies on marine myodocopid Ostracoda: The karyotypes of Gigantocypris dracontovalis Cannon, 1940 and Macrocypridina castanea (Brady, 1897), Chapter 25. Morphological and ethological adaptations of Ostracoda to microhabitats in Zostera beds, Chapter 26. Morphological variations of Cytheromorpha acupunctata (Brady) in continuous populations at Hamana-ko bay, Japan, Chapter 27. The ostracod carapace as a hydrochemical source of information at water/sediment interface, Chapter 28. The impact of organic matter on ostracods from an equatorial deltaic area, the Mahakam delta–southeasternu Kalimantan, Chapter 29. Variation of Pistocythereis and Keijella species in Gamagyang Bay, south coast of Korea, Chapter 30. To see and not to be seen: The evolutionary problems of the Ostracoda Xestoleberididae, Chapter 31. A preliminary account of the distribution of Ostracoda in Recent reef and reef associated environments in the Pulau-Seribu or Thousand Island group, Java Sea, Chapter 32. Distribution of Recent Ostracoda in Ise and Mikawa bays, Pacific coast of central Japan, Chapter 33. Preliminary study on the ecology of ostracods from the moat of a coral reef off Sesoko Island, Okinawa, Japan, Chapter 34. Podocopid ostracods of Brisbane Water, near Sydney, south-eastern Australia, Chapter 35. Remarks of the benthic Ostracoda on the Tunisian Shelf, Chapter 36. Relationships between ecological models based on ostracods and foraminifers from Sepetiba Bay (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), Chapter 37. In search of Cypris and Cythere–A report of the evolutionary ecological project on limnic Ostracoda from Mondsee (Austria), Chapter 38. Living ostracods from the nature reserve “Hordter Rheinaue” (Germany), Chapter 39. Distribution of the brackish-salt water ostracods in northwestern Qinghai Plateau and its geological significance, Chapter 40. The Iperk sequence (Plio-Pleistocene) and its ostracod assemblages in the eastern Beaufort Sea, Chapter 41. Plio-Pleistocene ostracods from the Sogwipo Formation, Cheju Island, Korea, Chapter 42. Pliocene-Pleistocene palaeoenvironment and fossil ostracod fauna from the southwestern Hokkaido, Japan, Chapter 44. Oligocene to Quaternary ostracods of the central equatorial Pacific (Leg 85, DSDP-IPOD), Chapter 45. Palaeobiogeography and palaeoecology of the Tertiary ostracods of northwestern India with palaeooceanographic remarks, Chapter 46. One hundred million years of predation on ostracods: The fossil record in Texas, Chapter 47. Jurassic-Cretaceous non-marine ostracods from Israel and palaeoenvironmental implications, Chapter 48. Distribution and diversity of nearshore Ostracoda: Environmental control in the early Permian, Chapter 49. Lower Carboniferous ostracode assemblages from Nova Scotia, Chapter 50. Deep sea Ostracoda, taxonomy, distribution and morphology, Chapter 52. Mediterranean deep-sea ostracods, the species poorness of the Eastern Basin, as a legacy of an early Holocene anoxic event, Chapter 53. Pandemic and endemic distribution patterns in Quaternary deep-sea Ostracoda, Chapter 54. The provincial distribution of shallow-water Indo- Pacific marine Ostracoda: Origins, antiquity, dispersal routes and mechanisms, Chapter 55. Distribution and dispersal of littoral Pacific Island Ostracoda, Chapter 56. On the occurrence of Javanella and Saida from the Pliocene of Leizhou Peninsula, Guangdong, China, Chapter 57. Distribution of modern ostracods in the shelf seas off China, Chapter 58. Palaeogeography of Tethyan Cretaceous marine ostracods., Chapter 59. Marine ostracod distributions during the early breakup of southern Gondwanaland, Chapter 60. Ostracoda of the early Jurassic Tethyan Ocean, Chapter 61. Geographical isolation in marine species: Evolution and speciation in Ostracoda, I, Chapter 63. Speciation completed? in Keijella bisanensis species group, Chapter 64. Evolution and biogeography of Orionina in the Atlantic, Pacific and Caribbean : Evolution and speciation in Ostracoda, II, Chapter 65. Polymorphism and speciation: Medoc ostracods at the Eocene/Oligocene boundary (Aquitaine, France), Chapter 66. The pathways of morphological evolution of Bythocytheridae, Chapter 68. Evolutionarily significant polymorphism in marine ostracods, Chapter 70. Patterns and rates of evolution among Mesozoic Ostracoda, Chapter 71. Homeomorphy, phylogeny and natural classification: Case studies involving Palaeozoic ostracods, Chapter 72. Is Neckajatia an ancestor of the platycope ostracodes?, Chapter 73. Some Quaternary ostracods of the Pannonian Basin, with a review of a few neglectoida, Chapter 74. Preliminary notes on the Japanese Miocene Ostracoda, Chapter 75. Marine ostracods of the Upper Miocene of the well Ashtart 1 (Gulf of Gabès, southeastern Tunisia), Chapter 76. Depositional paleoecology of Miocene ostracodes in the Monterey, Chapter 77. Middle Miocene Ostracoda from northern Iraq, Chapter 79. Palaeocene non-marine ostracods in China, Chapter 80. Biostratigraphy of Paleogene non-marine Ostracoda from East China, Chapter 81. Cretaceous and Palaeogene ostracod biostratigraphy in Xining and Minhe Basins of China, Chapter 82. The Cretaceous ostracod faunas from the Fuxin Basin, Liaoning Province, Chapter 83. The biostratigraphy of Cretaceous ostracods from Oman, Chapter 84. Ostracods from non-marine early Cretaceous sediments of Campos Basin, Brazil, Chapter 85. Ostracod evolution and depositional characteristics of the Cretaceous Nenjiang Formation in Songliao Basin, China, Chapter 86. Ostracoda across the Albian/Cenomanian (Cretaceous) boundary in Cambridgeshire and western Suffolk, eastern England, Chapter 87. The application of Ostracoda to location of non-marine Jurassic-Cretaceous boundary in Sichuan Basin of China, Chapter 88. Biostratigraphical scale in the Toarcian of the Paris Basin (France) by means of ostracod associations, Chapter 89. Ostracod zones and dispersion of Mesozoic fossils in the Scandinavian North Sea area, Chapter 90. Ostracods from the Mesozoic coal-bearing strata of northern Shaanxi, China, Chapter 91. Records of the late Carboniferous ostracods from Jingyuan, Gansu, northwestern China

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