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    A biology of Crustacea (1961)
    Author: Green, James

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    Edition: 1st., 1961
    Language: English


    As a general rule the aim has been to deal with those aspects of biology which concern the whole intact animal. Occasional excursions are made to the interior of the animal, but only in order
    to explain what is happening to the whole animal.
    The chapter on blood and circulation is included because the hearts of many crustaceans are visible in the intact animal and can be seen functioning, likewise the striking changes in the haemoglobin content of Daphnia are easily observed.


    Introduction xv
    i. Origin and Radiation i
    2. Feeding, Locomotion and Respiration 19
    3. Blood and its Circulation 39
    4. Colours 50
    5. Growth and Life Histories 62
    6. Behaviour 84
    7. Associations With Other Animals 98
    8. Parasitic Crustacea 107
    9. Distribution 124
    10. Crustacea and Man 155
    Appendix—A Classification of Crustacea 167

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