2 edition of Biology of Enchytraeidae (Oligochaeta) found in the catalog.
Biology of Enchytraeidae (Oligochaeta)
Madhab C. Dash
|Statement||Madhab C. Dash.|
|LC Classifications||QL391.A6 D36 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 171 p. :|
|Number of Pages||171|
|LC Control Number||83906375|
1. Introduction. Among Animalia, representatives of the phylum Annelida occupy a continuum of diverse habitats, ranging from geothermal black smokers on the ocean floor to glacier Cited by: 6. Recommended Citation. Dash, M.C. and Cragg, J.B., "Ecology of Enchytraeidae (Oligochaeta) in Candian Rocky Mountain soils" (). Aspen by:
Family Enchytraeidae Suborder Lumbricina Superfamily Alluroidoidea Family Alluroididae for here in one book is a list of the names already used and therefore occupied, invalid, or unavailable. The first International Symposium on Aquatic Oligochaeta Biology. The phylogeny of Enchytraeidae was re-estimated to establish the relationships of the now resurrected Chamaedrilus and Euenchytraeus and to confirm their status as separate taxa. The former Cognettia (Enchytraeidae Cited by: 3.
Descriptions of two new and one newly recorded enchytraeid species (Clitellata, Enchytraeidae) from the Ozegahara Mire, a heavy snowfall highmoor in Central Japan. Zootaxa (4): – DOI: . enchytraeid (plural enchytraeids) (zoology) Any of the microdrile oligochaetes of the family Enchytraeidae, which resemble small earthworms. , M. V. Reddy, Management of Tropical .
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The Enchytraeidae are an abundant and widespread group of Oligochaetes; most species are terrestrial but a few are commonly found in freshwater, some are confined to or are most abundant in wet Cited by: 7.
Phylogenetic analyses of Achaetinae (Enchytraeidae: Oligochaeta) and other bisetate enchytraeids indicate that the achaetines include the earliest species of Enchytraeidae but that Achaetinae is not monophyletic.
The earliest species of bisetate enchytraeid Cited by: The final chapters explain the decomposition of organic matter in the soil and the effects of synthetic chemicals on soil microorganisms.
This book is a valuable resource for soil biologists and Book Edition: 1. The possible causal relationship between occurrence of the faunal groups investigated and the nutrition of pine and spruce (and thus their susceptibility to pests) are discussed.
Data (mainly graphical) are Author: W. Schwenke, W. Bäumler, H. Koschel. Sub-Class Video cassette Type VHS tape (NTSC) Date of original Description Narrated by: Jo Springett, (Soil Scientist). Springett states this video was created to help Ross [Gray], (Research Associate) identify enchytraeidae, mites and collembola with the aid of the book, Biology of Enchytraeidae, by Nadhab C.
Dash, which she uses to make references to various diagrams of enchytraeidae. Enchytraeidae: some population estimates for grasslands and a New Zealand bibliography. Save. Enchytraeidae: some population estimates for grasslands and a New Zealand bibliography.
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select article Biology of enchytraeidae: M. Dash, International book. The Enchytraeidae are a microdrile oligochaete family. They resemble small earthworms and include both terrestrial species known as potworms that live in highly organic terrestrial environments, as well Class: Clitellata.
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Soil Biology brings together the microbiological, botanical, and zoological aspects of soil biology. Leading specialists provide critical reviews and assessments of their particular branches of soil biology. Enquitreídeos (Enchytraeidae, Oligochaeta, Annelida) Dash, M.C. () The biology of enchytraeidae, International Book a book chapter on these methods was published in.
The Enchytraeidae: Critical revision and taxonomy of European species, (Studies in Enchytraeidae) [Nielsen, Chr Overgaard] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Enchytraeidae: Critical revision and taxonomy of European species, (Studies in Enchytraeidae)Author: Chr Overgaard Nielsen.
A guide to European terrestrial and freshwater enchytraeid species is presented, designed for the identification of living specimens. Altogether species are included.
Recent taxonomic advances. Part of the Soil Biology book series (SOILBIOL, volume 6) Keywords Soil Biology Newsletter on Enchytraeidae –34 Google Scholar.
Beylich A Graefe U (): Die Ansiedlung Cited by: 8. Disclaimer: The Animal Diversity Web is an educational resource written largely by and for college doesn't cover all species in the world, nor does it include all the latest scientific.
Biology Department. Education. University of New Hampshire, BS/MS () Colorado State University, Ph.D. () University of California, Berkelely, Post-doc () Research interests: We are interested in all aspects of worm biology. Biology Bulletin () On the identity of Chamaedrilus glandulosus (Michaelsen, ) (Clitellata, Enchytraeidae), with the description of a new species Svante MartinssonCited by: Purchase Soil Structure/Soil Biota Interrelationships - 1st Edition.
Print Book & E-Book. ISBN Books received Anderson, J. M., Rayner, A. & Walton, D. (eds.) Invertebrate-microbial interactions. British Mycological Society Symposium 6.
pp. Applied Soil Ecology, van Vliet PCJ, Coleman DC, Hendrix PF () Population dynamics of Enchytraeidae (Oligochaeta) in different agricultural systems. Biology and Fertility of Soils. A comprehensive study of the biology, taxonomy, and ecology of each of the soil biotic groups. The first chapter presents an ecological approach to soil studies.
The remaining 42 chapters Brand: Daniel L. Dindal.A guide to European terrestrial and freshwater enchytraeid species is presented, designed for the identification of living specimens. Altogether species are included. Recent taxonomic advances Cited by: