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English citations of arthropodean



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  1. Of, resembling, or relating to the Arthropoda.
    • 1904: Royal Irish Academy, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, p320
      …the tendency at present is to regard such stages as of hardly any importance at all. Then comparisons have constantly been made between Arthropodean and…
    • 1906: John Edward Salvin Moore with Charles Edward Walker and the Liverpool Cancer Research Committee, First report on the cytological investigation of cancer, 1906, p77
      Passing from the above vertebrate example to the old arthropodean type Periplaneta we find, as fig. 5 and the table on p. will show, that here the number of the types of gemini is reduced from six to five.
    • 1909: Walter Edward Collinge et alii, The Journal of Economic Biology, p20
      Briefly the author endeavours to prove that vertebrates are derived directly from arthropods, that the arthropodean alimentary canal is represented by the ventricles of the brain and the central canal of the spinal cord, the pituitary body and embryonic pharynx represent the mouth of the arthropod, and the neurenteric canal the primitive anus.
    • 1925: Richard Swann Lull, The Ways of Life, p126
      Of course, there are exceptions among the latter, such as the cephalopods and the higher arthropods (Crustacea and insects), but as a rule the contrast… …sees therein more than mere resemblance and would derive the chordates from the arthropodean stock.
    • 1942: Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., Endeavour, p158
      arthropodean affinities. They are encountered fairly commonly on the sea shore feeding on other animals such as hydroids and sea-anemones but are also found down to considerable depths in the oceans.
    • 1955: AUTHOR UNKNOWN, Research films, p429 or 119 (sources contradict)MENTION ONLY
      (888) MANTON, S. M. The Evolution of Arthropodean Locomotory Mechanisms. Part I. The Locomotion of Peripatus. J. Linn. Soc. (Zool.) 1950, 41, 529.
    • 1969: Bermuda Biological Station for Research, Special Publication, p58
      Apparently by the late Precambrian some metazoans had evolved to arthropodean complexity (Glaessner & Wade 1971).
    • 2000: The Paleontological Society, the Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, and the American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Journal of Paleontology, p84
      …the arthropod inherited: — profuse segmentation and its segmental organs; its nervous system and sense organs, including segmental eyes from the peristome as well as from the succeeding segments; besides two pairs of eyes from the prostomium; a pair of antennae and anal cerci, besides the normal appendages, which in the interval between the polychaet and the pro-arthropod had acquired arthropodean character and were biramous; and pleura, which also are appendages, being derived from foliate lobes of…