Nutrition in the Lower Metazoa contains the proceedings of a meeting held at the University of Caen, France on September 11-13, 1979. Organized into 14 chapters, this book begins with a discussion of the phagocytosis in Polycelis tenuis and adaptational aspects in feeding in freshwater triclads. Subsequent chapters explore selection in sponge feeding processes; nutrition in symbiotic Turbellaria; some effects of diet on the biology of the rotifers; and the role of nutrition in the establishment of the green hydra symbiosis. The phosphorus economy of the green hydra symbiosis and the nutrition of marine sponges are also explained.
Introduction Phatocytosis in Polycelis tenuis Feeding in Freshwater Triclads - Adaptational Aspects Selection in Sponge Feeding Processes Nutrition in Symbiotic Turbellaria Some Effects of Diet on the Biology of the Rotifers Asplanchna and Brachionus Population Dynamics of Ctenophores in Large Scale Enclosures over Several Years Oxygen Production and Uptake by Symbiotic Aiptasia diaphana (Rapp) (Anthozoa, Coelenterata) Adapted to Different Light Intensities Expansion-Contraction Behavior in the Sea Anemone Metridium senile: Environmental Cues and Energetic Consequences Intracellular and Transepithelial Potential Changes in Tentacle Tissue of Sea Anemones during the Adsorption of Dissolved Organic Material The Role of Nutrition in the Establishment of the Green Hydra Symbiosis Digestion et nutrition chez les Actiniaires et les Cerianthaires The Phosphorus Economy of the Green Hydra Symbiosis Nutrition of Marine Sponges. Involvement of Symbiotic Bacteria in the Uptake of Dissolved Carbon Kinetic and Morphological Aspects of Particle Ingestion by the Freshwater Sponge Ephydatia fluviatilis L. Index
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- 1st January 1980
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