By Ulrich Ehlers, Beate Sopott-Ehlers (auth.), Lester R. G. Cannon (eds.)
Turbellaria, the mostly free-living flatworms, and a few in their parasitic kinfolk, are one of the least difficult of the metazoa and, as such, offer perfect versions for quite a lot of primary stories.
The 60 contributions to Biology of Turbellaria and a few RelatedFlatworms disguise taxonomy and phylogeny, biogeography and genetics, ecology and behavior, Anatomy and ultrastructure, improvement and regeneration, genes and sequences, and neurophysiology. Biology ofTurbellaria and a few comparable Flatworms is the latest compilation within the sequence released in Hydrobiologia on the grounds that 1981, masking learn on those flatworms assembled by means of the world's major specialists at the workforce.
Audience: those papers current the complex pupil and severe researcher with modern details on a huge, yet frequently ignored team whose position within the animal state calls for larger recognition.
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Body. The organization of the ancestor was bilaterally symmetrical. The monolayered cellular epidermis consisted of multiciliary cells. Most probably a uniform ciliation as known for the Catenulida can be hypothesized for the stem species of the Plathelminthes (Ehlers, 1986). An external strengthened cuticle was lacking, but a socalled glycocalyx between epidermal microvilli was present. A basement membrane underlay the layer of epidermal cells and functioned in establishing and maintaining polarity in the peripheral epidermal cell Fig 2.
Biology of Turbellaria and some Related Flatworms: Proceedings of the Seventh International Symposium on the Biology of the Turbellaria, held at Abo/Turku, Finland, 17–22 June 1993 by Ulrich Ehlers, Beate Sopott-Ehlers (auth.), Lester R. G. Cannon (eds.)