Rotifers. Rotifera Monogononta

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The editorial series Freshwater Fauna of Poland has existed since 1935. Up to now 22 volumes (in Polish) have been published, treating both vertebrate and invertebrate animals.
Particular volumes contain rich general data concerning described taxa and detailed information on species, genera, families and orders. Integral parts of all volumes are identification keys. Thanks to such a way of presentation, monographs of particular faunistic groups are true compendia of the up-to-date state of theoretical and practical knowledge of these animals. The volumes of the series are authored by eminent specialists of the Polish fauna.
The present volume, by Professor Irena Bielańska­Grajner (University of Silesia, Katowice), Professor Jolanta Ejsmont-Karabin (University of Białystok and Hydrobiological Station of Polish Academy of Sciences, Mikołajki) and late Professor Stanisław Radwan (University of Life Sciences, Lublin), concerns rotifers (Rotifera) from the order Monogononta. The general part includes such topics as the origin of rotifers, taxonomy and systematics, morphology, anatomy, biology, ecology, zoogeography, and methods of sample collection, preservation, storage, and processing. The systematic part comprises the keys to orders, families and genera, and survey of species, based on illustrations including many original micrographs in colour. In total, over 460 rotifer species found in Poland are presented and characterized, as well as over 140 species which have not yet been recorded from Poland but are known to occur in the neighbouring countries, so may be encountered in Poland in future.
This book will be useful not only for those who specialise in rotifer research, but also for other such as zoologists and hydrobiologists, biology students, university teachers and specialists of water quality management and protection practice.


Liczba stron582
WydawcaWydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego
ISBN-13978-83-7969-957-5
Numer wydania1
Język publikacjiangielski
Informacja o sprzedawcyRavelo Sp. z o.o.

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  Acknowledgements    7
  I. Introduction    9
  II. History of research on Polish rotifers and the present state of their knowledge    11
  III. General Part    17
  1. General characteristics of rotifers    17
  2. The origin of rotifers    17
  3. Taxonomy and systematics    19
  4. Morphology and anatomy of rotifer females    27
  External appearance and body cover    27
  Head    30
  Foot    34
  Alimentary tract and mouth parts (trophi)    34
  Muscle system    38
  Nervous system and sense organs    38
  Excretory and reproductive systems    42
  Morphology and anatomy of rotifer males    42
  5. Biology    44
  Locomotion    44
  Feeding    46
  Respiration    48
  Reproduction and development    48
  Dormant eggs    51
  Heterogony    53
  Anhydrobiosis    56
  6. Ecology    57
  Rotifer habitats and environmental conditions    57
  Environmental factors    59
  Morphological variability and cyclomorphosis    60
  Sessile and colony-forming rotifers    63
  Interactions between rotifers and other organisms    63
  Predation and parasitism    65
  7. Importance of rotifers for the functioning of aquatic ecosystems    66
  8. Geographic distribution    69
  9. Methods of sample collection, preservation, storage, and processing and techniques of rotifer culture    70
  Sampling    70
  Fixation and preservation    71
  Live materials    72
  Examination of trophi    72
  Laboratory culture    73
  Quantitative analysis    74
  Biomass assessment    75
  IV. Systematic part: a key for the identification of monogonont rotifers of Poland    79
  V. Alphabetical survey of species    123
  VI. A survey of species not yet recorded in Poland but reported from neighbouring countries    435
  VII. References    505
  VIII. Index of scientific names    535
  IX. List of synonyms used in the Polish literature    557
  X. Annex    567
  XI. Autors    579
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