4 edition of Indian Ocean Kinorhyncha found in the catalog.
Indian Ocean Kinorhyncha
Robert P. Higgins
by Smithsonian Institution Press ; [for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.] in Washington
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 12-13.
|Statement||[by] Robert P. Higgins.|
|Series||Smithsonian contributions to zoology, no. 14, Smithsonian contributions to zoology ;, no. 14.|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .S54 no. 14, QL391.K5 .S54 no. 14|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||13|
|LC Control Number||77603194|
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Kinorhyncha. A phylum of free-living marine invertebrates less than in. (1 mm) long. They are segmented and lack external ciliation (see illustration). Kinorhynchs are benthonic, so-called because they generally dwell in mud or sand from intertidal to deep-sea habitats. Two orders are generally recognized, Cyclorhagida and Homalorhagida. Reading: The Pearl of the Indian Ocean. STUDY. PLAY. to give in. To admit that you have been defeated by somebody/something. to take a stroll. To walk somewhere in a slow relaxed way. to be worth. Used to recommend/not recommend the action mentioned because you think it may/may not be useful, enjoyable, etc.
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Kinorhyncha are dioecious. The sex glands are paired. The worms develop by metamorphosis. The class comprises one order (Echinodera), with over 30 species.
The Kinorhyncha are widely distributed; in the USSR, they are found in the coastal zone and at depths to m. Homalorhagida is an order of kinorhynchs. Families. Neocentrophyidae Higgins, ; Pycnophyidae Zelinka, ; ReferencesKingdom: Animalia.
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Most of the species have never been seen in this part of the world, researchers : Live Science Staff. 4. Body of Phylum Kinorhyncha is covered by an external chitinous divisible cuticle. 5. Body of Phylum Kinorhyncha is divided into 13 segments (zonites) of which 1st segment is the eversible head, 2nd segment is the neck and the trunk includes the rest of 11 segments.
The head is retractable into the neck.Neocentrophyidae is a family of kinorhynchs in the order Homalorhagida. Genera. Neocentrophyes Higgins, ; Paracentrophyes Higgins, ; ReferencesKingdom: Animalia.A prolific writer and an esteemed underwater explorer has recorded one of his most fascinating adventures in the largest unexplored region of our planet, the Indian Ocean.
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