Petersen, Mary Elizabeth
MEPetersen at zmuc.ku.dk
Thu Mar 28 20:42:59 EST 2002
Check out the papers by "Wells, GP" for morphology. See
http://220.127.116.11:591/PolyDB/PolyDB_su.html for a start (this is the
online Windows version of Ward & Fauchald 1997 Polychaete
Bibliography, accessible from PRO, put up by Ulm University, germany).
At least some - perhaps most - of Wells' papers include a lot of
information on internal morphology.
If you have access to electronic searching with WebSpirs at the university,
check more recent literature there using "arenicola and morphology" or
"arenicola and histochemi*" (the asterisk is to get the different versions
of the word) as search combinations. BIOSIS now goes back to 1968, but Ward
& Fauchald will pick up anything before then, incl. the papers by G. P.
Wells, which are earlier. "Arenicola" alone (in the Notes field: keywords
mainly has family names) gives 362 hits, but most of these will be species
lists. However, you will probably find relevant histochemical and other
Mary E. Petersen
Zoological Museum, University of Copenhagen
Tel +45-35 32 10 67 - Fax +45-35 32 10 10
E-mail: mepetersen at zmuc.ku.dk
From: Alexandra Amosova-Zdobina [mailto:saschca at pochtamt.ru]
Sent: Thursday, March 28, 2002 9:21 PM
To: annelida at net.bio.net
Subject: Arenicola marina
Dear colleagues, my name is Amosova Alexandra. I'm student of the
Saint-Petersburgs University, the department of biology of invertebrates.
Now, I'm studying the morphology and histochemical particulars of the
digestive tract in Arenicola marina. Would you so kind to sent me some
information about it.
Thank you in advance,
Alexandra Amosova-Zdobina <saschca at pochtamt.ru>
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