Phoronis


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Pho`ro´nis


n.1.(Zool.) A remarkable genus of marine worms having tentacles around the mouth. It is usually classed with the gephyreans. Its larva (Actinotrocha) undergoes a peculiar metamorphosis.
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According to Arenas, 1972, Phoronis ovalis lives are associated with various marine molluscs as an incrusted epibiont.
Structure and metamorphic remodeling of the larval nervous system and musculature of Phoronis pallida (Phoronida).
A waterborne behavioral cue for the actinotroch larva of Phoronis pallida (Phoronida) produced by Upogebia pugettensis (Decapoda: Thalassinidea).
Induction and regulation of metamorphosis in planktonic larvae: Phoronis mulleri (Tentaculata) as archetype.
These values are similar to those of human RBCs (20 mM heme) (calculated from Guyton, 1991) and phoronid (Phoronis architecta) RBCs (14 mM heme) (Vandergon and Colacino, 1989).
Methods for obtaining eggs and sperm and rearing embryos are described in Strathmann (1987), except that zygotes of Membranipora membranacea were obtained by dissection, as in the method for Phoronis vancouverensis, and spawning of the protobranch bivalve Acila castrensis followed Zardus and Morse (1998).
Distribution of catecholamine-containing, 5HT-like and FMRFamide-like JR neurons and processes in the nervous system of the actinotroch larvae of Phoronis muelleri.
Distribution of catecholamine-containing, serotonin-like and neuropeptide FMRFamide-like immunoreactive neurons and processes in the nervous system of the actinotroch larva of Phoronis muelleri (Phoronida).
Induction and regulation of metamorphosis in planktonic larvae: Phoronis malleri (Tentaculata) as archetype.
It matched descriptions of Phoronis muelleri (Emig, 1982; R.
Catecholamine-containing, serotonin-like and FMRFamide-like immunoreactive neurons and processes in the nervous system of the early actinotroch larva of Phoronis vancouverensis (Phoronida): distribution and development.