3 edition of Evolutionary patterns of cardiid bivalves found in the catalog.
Evolutionary patterns of cardiid bivalves
Written in English
|Statement||by Jay Alan Schneider.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 94/3236 (Q)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (xii, 369 leaves)|
|Number of Pages||369|
|LC Control Number||94629536|
In memoriam: Pál Mihály Müller (14 July September ) In: Crustaceana. Continuous record in the evolution of lacustrine cardiid bivalves in the late Miocene Pannonian Lake. Acta Palaeont. Pol., , . Search Google Scholar Cited by: 1. Urbaniak, J. Stratygrafia miocenu przedgórza Karpat nad Dunajcem koło Tarnowa. Geological Transactions Vai, R. La localita fossilifera di Valle Ceppi (Colina di Torino): Studio sistematico di molluschi Burdigaliani e proposo di geotopo. Thesis, Università degli Studi di Torino, Facultà di Scienze Matematiche, Fisiche e Naturali (unpublished, only seen as partial copy).
Photosymbiotic associations between heterotrophic hosts and photosynthetic algae play crucial roles in maintaining the trophic and structural integrity of coral reef ecosystems. The marine bivalve subfamily Fraginae contains both non-symbiotic and photosymbiotic lineages, making it an ideal comparative system to study the origin and evolutionary adaptations of by: 1. This timeline of the evolutionary history of life represents the current scientific theory outlining the major events during the development of life on planet biology, evolution is any change across successive generations in the heritable characteristics of biological populations. Evolutionary processes give rise to diversity at every level of biological organization, from kingdoms to.
Evolution in Both the Fast and the Slow Lanes Featured Faculty Research evolutionary pattern that was once our expectation (and Darwin’s) has now become difficult for evolutionary biologists to explain. Fig. 1. cardiid bivalves &RQJHULD 0HODQRSVLV VWUDWLJUDSKLFUDQJH. A range of specialized burrowing sculptures evolved convergently in at least one lingulid and in several obolid and lingulasmatid genera. The sculptures in Lingula punctata (Ordovician) indicate a burrowing process with the pedicle trailing behind the shell, similar to that of Recent Lingulidae. In the Obolidae and Lingulasmatidae, the orientation of the sculptures indicates a burrowing Cited by:
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Bivalves are key components of Recent marine and freshwater ecosystems and have been so for most of the Phanerozoic. Their rich and long fossil record, combined with their abundance and diversity in modern seas, has made bivalves the ideal subject of palaeobiological and evolutionary g: cardiid.
General evolutionary patterns and the system of the class Bivalvia. Cambridge, Mass.: Dept. of Mollusks, Harvard University, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Orest Aleksandrovich Skarlato; I︠A︡ I Starobogatov; Kenneth J Boss; Morris K JacobsonMissing: cardiid.
The Caspian Sea as the largest continental water body in the world is known for its comparably high levels of biodiversity and endemism, also in mollusks.
The evolution of a euryhaline taxon of cardiid bivalves, the Lymnocardiinae of the Ponto-Caspian region, remains unclear by: 9. Evolution of ancient lake bivalves: the Lymnocardiinae (Cardiidae) of the Caspian Sea Article (PDF Available) in Hydrobiologia (1) June with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
It is recommended that reference to all or part of this book should be made in one of the following ways: HARPER, E. M., TAYLOR, J.
& CRAME, J. (eds) The Evolutionary Biology of the Bivalvia. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, MORTON, B. The function of pallial eyes within the Pectinidae, with a new descriptionMissing: cardiid. Evolutionary Biology of the Bivalvia is a fascinating collection of 32 well written papers, selected from those presented at the international conference on the Biol-ogy and Evolution of the Bivalvia, held in Cambridge, England, September The following quote from the preface best summarizes the scope and intent of the g: cardiid.
Bollettino della Societa Paleontologica Italiana -Vol. 22, n., pp.text-figs. Constructional morphology of cardiid bivalves: an overview (Konstruktions-Morphologie Nr.
General evolutionary patterns and the system of the class Bivalvia / Title Variants: Uniform: Osnovnye cherty ėvoli︠u︡t︠s︡ii i sistema klassa Bivalvia.
Related Titles. Series: Special occasional publication ; no. Skarlato, Orest Aleksandrovich. Boss, Kenneth by: Functional Morphology of Gastropods and Bivalves to place functional morphology in an evolutionary context, (Savazzi, ). The form of an organism is explained as the interplay between three Shell sculpture in cardiid bivalves.
A-B. Cardium hians (Recent, Algeria). The objective of this paper is to review the current state of our knowledge of freshwater bivalve diversity and evolution in or der to identify some of the “Great Unanswered Questions” in the ﬁ eld.
Twenty-one bivalve families have been attributed to fresh waters, but. Evolution and phylogenetic significance of cardioidean shell microstructure (Mollusca, Bivalvia) - Volume 75 Issue 3 - Jay A. Schneider, Joseph G.
CarterCited by: Bivalves have been fundamental in developing the understanding of large-scale biodiversity patterns in the marine realm. A new study based on 29 regional bivalve faunas indicates that both latitudinal and longitudinal gradients are not so regular in form as was once g: cardiid.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm: Contents: Unravelling the evolutionary biology of the Bivalvia: a multidisciplinary approach / E.M. Harper, J.D. Taylor and J.A. Crame --Molecular phylogeny of the Bivalvia inferred from 18S rDNA sequences with particular reference to the Pteriomorphia / G.A.
Steiner and S. Hammer Missing: cardiid. General evolutionary patterns and the system of the class Bivalvia / Pages; General evolutionary patterns and the system of the class Bivalvia / By. Skarlato, Orest Aleksandrovich. Boss, Kenneth J.
If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book chapter, please feel free to Cited by: Description. This subfamily contains the largest living bivalve species, including Tridacna gigas, the giant have heavy shells, fluted with 4–6 folds.
The mantle is usually brightly colored. They inhabit coral reefs in warm seas in the Indo-Pacific region. Most of these clams live in symbiosis with photosynthetic dinoflagellates (zooxanthellae).Class: Bivalvia. Comparative phylogeography of two sister (congeneric) species of cardiid bivalve: Strong influence of habitat, life history and post-glacial history of the population genetic structures of closely-related species give the opportunity to understand factors influencing evolutionary processes on Cited by: Researchers have compiled the most complete look to date of the evolutionary family tree of cardiid bivalves.
Bivavles include clams, oysters, cockles, mussels, scallops and numerous other. Evolutionary Patterns demonstrates the rich variety of clues to evolution that can be gleaned from the fossil record.
Chief among these are the major trends and anomalies in species development revealed only by "deep time," such as periodic mass extinctions and species that remain unchanged in form for millions of g: cardiid.
Hylleberg. Cardiidae (Mollusca: Bivalvia) in the collection of Statens naturhistoriske Museum, previously the Zoological Museum, University of Copenhagen (ZMUC). Annotated and revised. – Steenstrupia 31 (2): – Copenhagen, Denmark. August ISSN In the journal Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, Steppan and former FSU graduate student Nathanael Herrera lay out the phylogeny — or family tree — of cardiid bivalves, with a specific look at how the shifting of continents millions of years ago affected the evolution of the species.
Bivalves include clams, oysters, cockles, mussels, scallops and numerous other organisms living in both. chapter 14 tetrapod mass extinctions a model of the regula tion of speciation rates and immigration by cyc Missing: cardiid.Florida State University researchers, along with an international team of scientists, have put together the most complete look to date of the evolutionary family tree of cardiid bivalves, commonly.This book explores the interaction between mechanisms and rates of speciation and these patterns of biological diversity, and is unusual in that it brings together the viewpoints of ecologists interested in the processes that generate patterns of diversity and evolutionary biologists who focus on /5(3).