Molluscan development - the same is true for polychaetes

Lena Kupriyanova Lena.Kupriyanova at flinders.edu.au
Sun Jun 20 00:05:50 EST 2004


Dear all,

I just wanted to bring this little (and quite old) publication to your 
attention. I have compiled a data base on polychaete reproduction and 
development and hope to make it available on-line soon after the 
conference. I believe that the same is true for studies of polychaete 
reproduction.

Wormly,

Lena

TI: Title
    Increasing effective malacological communication: A commentary on
    descriptions of Molluscan development
AU: Author
    Collin, R
AF: Author Affiliation
    Committee on Evolution. Biol., Univ. Chicago, 1025 E. 57th St.,
    Culver Hall, Chicago, IL 60637, USA
SO: Source
    Veliger, vol. 40, no. 3, pp. 276-277, Jul 1997
IS: ISSN
    0042-3211
AB: Abstract
    Descriptive studies of molluscan reproduction and development
    provide important and useful information for ecologists,
    evolutionary biologists, and embryologists. However, the omission
    of one or a few key facts, such as temperature or egg size, has
    caused some published studies of molluscan development to fall
    short of their potential. In many cases, such key information is
    known to the authors but its importance is underestimated or
    overlooked. This commentary outlines some of the facts that
    readers from different disciplines look for in descriptions of
    development and lists some suggestions of basic information that
    could profitably be included in descriptions of molluscan
    development.

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