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Tables of Contents for Invertebrate Zoology
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
1 INTRODUCTION
1
9
The Earth's Major Aquatic Environments
2
3
Coping with Animal Diversity
5
1
References
6
4
2 PROTOZOA
10
58
PRINCIPLES AND EMERGING PATTERNS
11
10
Effects of Environments
11
1
Effects of Body Size
12
1
Effects of Mode of Existence
13
1
Cellular Specializations
13
8
PROTOZOA
21
47
Protozoan Organelles and General Physiology
22
4
Protistan Evolution
26
1
Flagellated Protozoa
27
9
Ameboid Protozoa
36
11
Spore-Forming Protozoa
47
3
Phylum Ciliophora
50
18
3 SPONGES AND PLACOZOANS
68
27
PRINCIPLES AND EMERGING PATTERNS
69
4
Evolution of Metazoans
69
1
Epithelial and Connective Tissues
70
1
Metazoan Life Cycles and Development
71
2
SPONGES
73
18
Sponge Structure
73
7
Physiology
80
5
The Classes of Sponges
85
3
Regeneration and Reproduction
88
3
The Phylogenetic Position of Sponges
91
1
PHYLUM PLACOZOA: THE MOST PRIMITIVE METAZOANS?
91
4
4 CNIDARIANS AND CTENOPHORES
95
79
PRINCIPLES AND EMERGING PATTERNS
96
7
Significance of Epithelia
96
1
Skeletons 1
96
3
Movement
99
1
Nervous Systems
100
1
Photoreceptors and Simple Eyes
100
1
Gut Cavities
101
1
Embryonic Development
102
1
Colonial Organization 1
103
1
THE CNIDARIANS
103
54
Histology and Physiology: Hydras
105
6
Movement
111
1
Nutrition
111
1
Gas Exchange and Excretion
111
1
The Nervous System
111
1
Reproduction
112
1
Class Hydrozoa
113
14
Classes Scyphozoa and Cubozoa
127
7
Class Anthozoa
134
20
The Evolution of Cnidarians
154
3
CORAL REEFS
157
7
Reef Structure
159
1
Reef Ecosystem
160
1
Reef Formation
160
4
THE CTENOPHORES
164
10
5 BILATERAL ANIMALS
174
29
PRINCIPLES AND EMERGING PATTERNS
175
28
Bilateral Symmetry and Movement
175
4
Compartmentation
179
14
Reproductive Biology of Bilateral Animals
193
6
Relationships of Bilateral Animals
199
4
6 PLATYHELMINTHS, GNATHOSTOMULIDS, AND MESOZOANS
203
59
PRINCIPLES AND EMERGING PATTERNS
204
7
Utilization of Dissolved Organic Nutrients in Seawater
204
1
Regeneration of Missing or Damaged Parts
204
2
Marine Interstitial Animals
206
2
Reproductive Adaptations to Life in Fresh Water
208
1
Hermaphroditic versus Dioecious Reproductive Patterns
209
1
Parasitism
209
2
PLATYHELMINTHES
211
43
Class Turbellaria
211
29
Class Trematoda
240
6
Class Monogenea
246
2
Class Cestoidea
248
5
Origins of the Parasitic Flatworms
253
1
GNATHOSTOMULIDS
254
1
MESOZOANS: PHYLUM ORTHONECTIDA AND PHYLUM RHOMBOZOA (CLASSES DICYEMIDA AND HETEROCYEMIDA)
255
7
7 NEMERTEANS
262
15
PRINCIPLES AND EMERGING PATTERNS
263
1
Skeletons 2
263
1
NEMERTEANS
264
13
External Structure
265
1
Body Wall and Locomotion
266
1
Nutrition and Digestive System
267
2
Nervous System and Sensory Organs
269
1
Internal Transport and Excretion
270
2
Regeneration and Reproduction
272
1
Development
272
1
Phylogeny
273
4
8 ASCHELMINTHS
277
59
PRINCIPLES AND EMERGING PATTERNS
278
3
Monociliated Cells in Metazoans
278
1
Syncytial Epithelia
278
2
Cryptobiosis
280
1
ASCHELMINTHS
281
55
Phylum Gastrotricha
283
4
Phylum Nematoda
287
17
Phylum Nematomorpha
304
2
Phylum Rotifera
306
11
Phylum Acanthocephala
317
4
Phylum Kinorhyncha
321
2
Phylum Loricifera
323
1
Phylum Tardigrada
323
6
Phylogenetic Relationships of Aschelminths
329
7
9 NONSEGMENTED COELOMATE WORMS
336
25
PRINCIPLES AND EMERGING PATTERNS
337
6
Burrowing Mechanics
337
1
Deposit Feeding
338
1
Respiratory Pigments
339
1
Developmental Patterns of Evolutionary Significance and Trochophore Larvae
340
3
NONSEGMENTED COELOMATE WORMS
343
18
Phylum Sipuncula
343
6
Phylum Echiura
349
5
Phylum Priapulida
354
7
10 THE MOLLUSCS
361
138
PRINCIPLES AND EMERGING PATTERNS
361
4
Eyes and Image Formation
362
1
Chemosynthetic Symbionts
363
1
Spermatophores
364
1
Larval Settlement
364
1
MOLLUSCS
365
134
Class Monoplacophora
370
2
Class Polyplacophora
372
6
Class Aplacophora
378
1
Class Gastropoda
379
44
Class Bivalvia
423
38
Class Scaphopoda
461
2
Class Cephalopoda
463
23
The Origin of the Molluscs
486
13
11 ANNELIDS AND POGONOPHORANS
499
97
PRINCIPLES AND EMERGING PATTERNS
500
6
Significance of Segmentation
500
2
Origin of Coelomates and Acoelomates
502
2
Cuticle Evolution
504
2
THE ANNELIDS
506
75
Class Polychaeta
508
46
Class Oligochaeta
554
14
Class Hirudinea
568
13
Branchiobdellida
581
1
THE POGONOPHORANS
581
15
12 INTRODUCTION TO THE ARTHROPODS
596
21
PRINCIPLES AND EMERGING PATTERNS
597
1
The Fossil Record
597
1
THE ARTHROPODS
598
19
Exoskeleton
600
3
Movement and Musculature
603
1
Coelom and Blood-Vascular System
604
2
Digestive Tract
606
1
Brain
606
1
Sense Organs
607
3
Reproduction and Development
610
1
Arthropod Classification
611
1
Fossil Arthropods
612
5
13 CHELICERATES
617
61
PRINCIPLES AND EMERGING PATTERNS
618
2
Leaf Mold Arthropods
618
1
Indirect Sperm Transfer
619
1
CHELICERATES
620
58
Class Merostomata
620
4
Class Arachnida
624
46
Class Pycnogonida
670
8
14 CRUSTACEANS
678
122
PRINCIPLES AND EMERGING PATTERNS
679
3
Crustacean Filter Feeding
679
2
Bioluminescence
681
1
CRUSTACEANS
682
118
External Anatomy
682
1
Locomotion and Nutrition
683
3
Internal Transport and Gas Exchange
686
1
Excretion and Osmoregulation
686
1
Nervous System
686
1
Sense Organs
687
1
Reproduction and Development
688
2
Overview of Crustacean Classification
690
89
Aspects of Crustacean Physiology
779
8
Crustacean Phylogeny
787
13
15 MYRIAPODS
800
25
PRINCIPLES AND EMERGING PATTERNS
801
1
Chemical Defenses
801
1
MYRIAPODS
801
24
Myriapodus Arthropods
802
15
Phylum Onychophora
817
8
16 INSECTS
825
38
PRINCIPLES AND EMERGING PATTERNS
826
1
Species Numbers and Evolutionary Success
826
1
INSECTS
827
36
External Morphology
827
2
Insect Wings and Flight
829
3
Internal Anatomy and Physiology
832
14
Insect/Plant Interactions
846
1
Parasitism
846
1
Communication
847
1
Social Insects
848
15
17 PROTOCHORDATES AND CHAETOGNATHS
863
57
PRINCIPLES AND EMERGING PATTERNS
864
1
Homology and Analogy
864
1
PROTOCHORDATES AND CHAETOGNATHS
865
55
Phylum Hemichordata
865
12
Phylum Chordata: Subphylum Urochordata
877
23
Phylum Chordata: Subphylum Cephalochordata
900
8
Phylum Chordata: Evolution of the Vertebrates
908
5
Phylum Chaetognatha
913
7
18 ECHINODERMS
920
76
PRINCIPLES AND EMERGING PATTERNS
921
2
Mutable Connective Tissue
921
1
Resource Partitioning
922
1
ECHINODERMS
923
73
Echinoderm Development
923
3
Class Asteroidea
926
15
Class Ophiuroidea
941
9
Class Echinoidea
950
16
Class Holothuroidea
966
9
Class Crinoidea
975
8
Class Concentricycloidea
983
1
Fossil Echinoderms and Echinoderm Phylogeny
983
13
19 LOPHOPHORATES AND ENTOPROCTS
996
45
PRINCIPLES AND EMERGING PATTERNS
997
2
Colonial Organization 2
997
1
The Gulfweed Community
998
1
LOPHOPHORATES AND ENTOPROCTS
999
42
Phylum Bryozoa
999
22
Phylum Entoprocta
1021
4
Phylum Phoronida
1025
4
Phylum Brachiopoda
1029
7
Lophophorate Evolution
1036
5
20 PATTERNS OF INVERTEBRATE EVOLUTION
1041
 
PRINCIPLES AND EMERGING PATTERNS
1042
 
A Method of Phylogenetic Classification (Cladistics)
1043
1
Principal Results of Phylogenetic Research
1044
3
Phylogenetic Classification of Metazoans
1047
7
Concluding Remarks on Animal Phylogeny
1054