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Crustacea       Ingrida Olendraitė        Vitalija Pundziūtė      Molecular biologists      University of Vilnius
The aim: to introduce a class of CrustaceaOutline of presentation:(part I)   The basic lineament   Systems: digestive and ...
The basic lineament• Where do they live?• Size.    woodlouse    krill   crab   barnacles
Structure:             head            thorax        abdomenMoult
digestive system                   foregut;                   midgut;                   hindgut;
Excretory systemAntennal glandMaxillary glandIn form of amoniaUric acid
CardiovascularDorsal ostiate heartwithin a pericardial cavity and variously developed  vessels emptying into an open hemoc...
Respiratory systemGills                   body surface
Nervous system
Sensory organs
Reproduction
Development
Classification1                     4     322     5                   6
The main issues “Invertebrates” (R.C. Brusca, 2003) “Invertebrates” (2ed edition, R.C.Brusca, 2003) “An introduction to...
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  1. 1. Crustacea Ingrida Olendraitė Vitalija Pundziūtė Molecular biologists University of Vilnius
  2. 2. The aim: to introduce a class of CrustaceaOutline of presentation:(part I) The basic lineament Systems: digestive and excretory, respiratory, cardiovascular.(part II) Nervous (sense organs included) system and reproduction (development included) Classification Conclusions
  3. 3. The basic lineament• Where do they live?• Size. woodlouse krill crab barnacles
  4. 4. Structure: head thorax abdomenMoult
  5. 5. digestive system foregut; midgut; hindgut;
  6. 6. Excretory systemAntennal glandMaxillary glandIn form of amoniaUric acid
  7. 7. CardiovascularDorsal ostiate heartwithin a pericardial cavity and variously developed vessels emptying into an open hemocoel.
  8. 8. Respiratory systemGills body surface
  9. 9. Nervous system
  10. 10. Sensory organs
  11. 11. Reproduction
  12. 12. Development
  13. 13. Classification1 4 322 5 6
  14. 14. The main issues “Invertebrates” (R.C. Brusca, 2003) “Invertebrates” (2ed edition, R.C.Brusca, 2003) “An introduction to the invertebrates” (2ed edition, Janet Moore, Cambridge press) “ Bestuburių zoologija” (R. Kazlauskas, 1988) “Bestuburių zoologija. Iliustruotas žinynas” (“Šviesa” press) http://www.darwinsgalapagos.com/animals/custacea_cru staceans.htm http://www.mesa.edu.au/friends/seashores/crustaceans.h tml http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/144848/crus tacean

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