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In the meantime, palaeontology was revealing an amazing number of extinct forms that on the one side have contributed to a radical revisitation of arthropod phylogeny, but on the other have provided evidence of a previously unexpected disparity of arthropod and arthropod-like forms that often challenge a clear-cut delimitation of the phylum. Individual chapters reveal gaps in our knowledge and highlight possible directions for further research. JavaScript is currently disabled, this site works much better if you enable JavaScript in your browser.

Free Preview. First book to cover arthropod structure and evolution of all relevant major lineages within the Arthropoda Written by renowned experts in the field Richly illustrated see more benefits.

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About this book More than two thirds of all living organisms described to date belong to the phylum Arthropoda. Show all.

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But their diversity, as measured in terms of species number, is also accompanied by an amazing disparity in terms of body form, developmental processes, and adaptations to every inhabitable place on Earth, from the deepest marine abysses to the earth surface and the air. The Arthropoda also include one of the most fashionable and extensively studied of all model organisms, the fruit-fly, whose name is not only linked forever to Mendelian and population genetics, but has more recently come back to ce.

Read more Show all links. Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item More than two thirds of all living organisms described so far belong to the four major groups of the phylum Arthropoda: insects, crustaceans, myriapods and chelicerates. This book covers known species, and reviews evidence provided by a number of extinct forms.

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