By Claudia Ricci (auth.), Birger Pejler, R. Starkweather, Th. Nogrady (eds.)
Since the 2 earlier rotifer symposia in Lunz and Gent have been hugely winning, it was once thought of vital to proceed the culture each 3rd 12 months. hence a 3rd rotifer symposium was once held in Uppsala, Sweden, Aug. 30-Sept. four, 1982. first and foremost of 1981 the 1st round was once mailed to the contributors of the former symposia, who in flip have been asked to signify names of different scientists to be invited. hence many folks expressed curiosity, approximately 70 of whom ultimately participated within the symposium (not together with transitority viewers from nearby). The members represented 22 nations, in Europe, North the US, Asia and Australia. As with the sooner symposia, a few topics have been chosen prematurely, normally in the course of discussions among Henri Dumont, Birger Pejler and Peter Starkweather after they met on the SIL congress in Kyoto 1980. a few wide subject matters equivalent to 'Marine rotifers' have been lined for the 1st time, whereas different subject matters have been continuations, even though extra really good, of prior topics. hence it truly is attention-grabbing to stick with, during the 3 symposium volumes, contemporary improvement in the components of feeding, inhabitants dynamics and ultrastructure. every one potential player (with the exception of the reviewers) used to be invited to give one brief paper (alone or with collaborators), which ended in greater than forty such contributions. therefore, the week's time table turned very crowded, regrettably leaving no time for extra accomplished workshops and so on. notwithstanding, in the course of the evenings basic discussions have been hung on the themes awarded throughout the day.
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The author is deeply indebted to Prof. Birger Pejler, Sweden and Prof. H. J. Dumont, Belgium for criti- cally reviewing this manuscript. Sincerest thanks are also due to Dr. W. Koste, West Germany for his valuable comments. References Ahlstrom, E. , 1940. A revision of the rotatorien genera Brachionus and Platyias with description of one new species and two new varieties. Bull. Am. Mus. nat. Hist. 77: 143-184. Anderson, H. , 1889. Notes on Indian Rotifera. J. asiat. Soc. Beng. 58: 345-358. Arora, H.
Michael, R. , 1973. A Guide to the study of freshwater organisms. 2. Rotatoria. J. Madurai Univ. Suppl. I: 23 36. Mohan, P. C. & Rao, R. , 1976a. A note on the morphometric studies of the rotifer Brachionus angularis Gosse. Sci. Cult. 42: 287 288. Mohan, P. C. & Rao, R. , 1976b. Epizoic rotifers observed on Odonata nymphs from Vishakhapatnam. Sci. Cult. 42: 527~528. Naidu, K. , 1967. A contribution to the Rotatorian fauna of South India. J. Bombay nat. Hist. Soc. 64: 384 388. Nair, K. K. N. & Nayar, C.
Donneri, described from Madras(Brehm 1951), has also been reported from Cambodia (Berzins 1973), Sri Lanka (Chengalath et al. 1973) and Gatun Lake, Panama (Koste & 10sede Paggi 1982). Taxonomic remarks The identity of seven species, B. donneri, B. diversicornis, B. plicatilis, B. pterodinoides, B. leydigi, B. rubens and B. patulus, is more or less clearly delineated (Figs. 1-9). However, other taxa are commented upon below: Brachionus angularis Gosse: A cosmopolitan species, apparently widely distributed in India.
Biology of Rotifers: Proceedings of the Third International Rotifer Symposium held at Uppsala, Sweden, August 30 – September 4, 1982 by Claudia Ricci (auth.), Birger Pejler, R. Starkweather, Th. Nogrady (eds.)