4 edition of Long hair sensilla in the scorpion, Heterometrus fulvipes found in the catalog.
Long hair sensilla in the scorpion, Heterometrus fulvipes
P. Jacob Doss
|Statement||by P. Jacob Doss.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 174 p. :|
|Number of Pages||174|
|LC Control Number||2008307401|
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Abstract. Five types of cuticular sense organs are found on the walking legs and pedipalps of the scorpion, Heterometrus fulvipes: long straight hairs, small white hairs, short straight bristles, trichobothria and slits.A large compound slit sensillum with 13 slits is present in the basitarsal segment of each walking by: 3.
Sensory projections of identified coxal hair sensilla of the scorpion Heterometrus-fulvipes (scorpionidae). by Babu K.S, Sreenivasulu Sekhar V in Journal of Biosciences,Vol, No.2, pp The wog-wog habitat fragmentation experiment.
Scorpions are predatory arachnids of the order have eight legs and are easily recognized by the pair of Heterometrus fulvipes book pedipalps and the narrow, segmented tail, often carried in a characteristic forward curve over the back, ending with a venomous ons range in size from 9 mm / in.
(Typhlochactas mitchelli) to 23 cm / 9 in. (Heterometrus swammerdami).Class: Arachnida. The topography of long hair sensilla on the coxae of walking legs and pedipalps of the scorpionHeterometrus fulvipes is described. Identified long hair sensilla are cobalt filled, and central projections of sensory fibres are reported for the first time in the suboesophageal ganglion of this scorpion.
The afferent fibres arising from each long. Five types of cuticular sense organs are found on the walking legs and pedipalps of the scorpion, Heterometrus fulvipes: long straight hairs, small white hairs, short straight bristles.
Introduction. Arthropod terrestrialization depended on respiratory organ adaptations (Opell,Damen et al., ), and book lungs are widely accepted as the most primitive mode of terrestrial respiration (Dunlop, ).Book lungs are presumed to have evolved as a consequence of terrestrialization in the first arthropods to appear on land (the extinct Cited by: 4.
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Introduction. Van Beneden, a, Van Beneden, b and Lankester () are credited as the first to recognize that development in horseshoe crabs is more like development in arachnids than in crustaceans, and the book gills of the horseshoe crab may be homologous with arachnid book lungs (Kingsley, ).The light microscope was used in some early studies comparing Cited by: The observations are compared with a much earlier light microscopic description of book gill development in the horseshoe crab and with book lung development in scorpion.
" Unit hair reception activity from the telson of the scorpion Heterometrus fulvipes". Current Sci., SASIRA BABU K., SREENIVASULU K. & SEKHAR V., " Sensory projections of identified coxal hair sensilla of the scorpion Heterometrus fulvipes (Scorpionidae)".
Biosc., 18 (2): " Scorpion envenomation and the role of lytic cocktail in its management". Indian J. Pediatr., 48 (): MAHALINGAM S., " The process of tanning of the spermatophores in a scorpion Heterometrus fulvipes ". pp In " Recent advances in invertebrate reproduction and aquaculture", Palanichamy S.
ed., Arulmigu Palaniandavar. They describe the chemoreceptor sensilla as being μm long and 4 μm in diameter (compared to μm long and μm in diameter for mechanoreceptor hair sensilla).
The tip is blunt, opens to the outside, and is innervated by 22 or 23 bipolar neurons. Livro de neurobiologia de aranhas e outros aracnídeos. The scorpion, Heterometrus fulvipes, is mainly active in the early part of the night, and electrical activity in its exposed nerve cord follows the same temporal pattern (Rao, ; Venkatachari, 19 71).
Rao and Gropalakrishnareddy therefore used isolated THE PHYSIOLOGY OF INSECT CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS.