Invertebrate Zoology

Invertebrate Zoology

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Publisher SChand Publications All Zoology books by SChand Publications
ISBN 9788121903677
Author: E L Jordan And DR. P.S. Verma
Number of Pages 1152
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Invertebrate Zoology by E.L. Jordan and Dr. P.S. Verma

Book Summary:

Invertebrate Zoology has been written to meet the requirements of B.Sc. students. It is intended for those who have already completed an elementary course in Zoology. The book covers the courses laid down in the Universities of the Punjab, Delhi, U.P., Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan.

There are many books in the market which are used in these Universities, but the majority of these books are either out of date and often erroneous, or they do not deal with the selected types of animals.

The multicoloured figures and arrestingly natural photographs effectively complement the standard text matter. The target readers shall highly benefit by correlating the content with the muliticoloured figures and photographs The book has been further upgraded with addition ofimportant questions: long, short, very short and multiple questions in all chapters. A complete comprehensive source for the subject matter of various university examinations.

In this multicolour edition, the subject matter have been thoroughly reviewed, revised and corrected. To enhance the utility of the book, four types of important questions : long answer, short answer, very short answer and multiple choice questions, which are now-a-days asked in various university examinations, have been added in all the chapters.

Audience of the Book :
For B.Sc. and B.Sc(hons.) students of all Indian Universities & Also as per UGC Model Curriculum.
Key Features:

The following new topics have been added in the respective chapters :

(i) several new birds and mammals in the chapters of museum specimens of birds and mammals;

(ii) new microscopic slides in the respective chapters of microscopic slides

(iii) several new embryological slides in the respective chapters of embryological slides;

(iv) a new chapter of Skeleton of Scoliodon has been added afresh in this edition;

(v) several new exercises have been included in the section of Experimental Physiology. By the inclusion of the above chapters the present edition will be more useful to the readers.

Table of Contents:
  1. Introduction
  2. General Principles of Systematics (Taxonomy) and Animal Classification
  3. Protoplasm
  4. Cell-Structure and Function
  5. Cell Division
  6. Reproduction
  7. Gametogenesis
  8. Fertilisation
  9. Parthenogenesis
  10. The Invertebrates
  11. Phylum Protozoa
  12. Euglena
  13. Trypanosoma
  14. Amoeba
  15. Entamoeba
  16. Elphidium (= Polystomella)
  17. Monocystis
  18. Eimeria
  19. Plasmodium
  20. Paramecium
  21. Vorticella
  22. Protozoa: Characters, Classification and Types
  23. Protozoa in General
  24. Phylum Porifera
  25. Leucosolenia
  26. Scypha (=Sycon)
  27. Porifera: Characters, Classification and Types
  28. Porifera in General
  29. Metazoa
  30. Phylum Coelenterata (Cnidaria)
  31. Hydra
  32. Obelia
  33. Aurelia
  34. Metridium (Sea Anemone)
  35. Coelenterata: Characters, Classification and Types
  36. Coelenterata in General
  37. Phylum Ctenophora
  38. Phylum Platyhelminthes
  39. Dugesia (= Euplanaria)
  40. Polystoma
  41. Fasciola (A Liver Fluke)
  42. Taenia (A Tapeworm)
  43. Platyhelminthes: Characters, Classification and Types
  44. Platyhelminthes in General
  45. Phylum Aschelminthes
  46. Ascaris ( A Common Roundworm)
  47. Ancylostoma (A Common Hookworm)
  48. Wuchereria ( A Filarial Worm)
  49. Aschelminthes: Characters, Classification and Types
  50. Nematodes in General
  51. Helminth and Human Diseases
  52. Phylum Entoprocta (Endoprocta)
  53. Phylum Nemertinea
  54. Phylum Acanthocephala
  55. Phylum Rotifera
  56. Phylum Ectoprocta (Bryozoa)
  57. Phylum Brachiopoda
  58. Phylum Phoronid
  59. Phylum Mollusca
  60. Pila (Apple Snail)
  61. Lamellidens (Unio) (Freshwater Mussel)
  62. Mollusca: Characters, Classification and Types
  63. Mollusca in Genera
  64. Phylum Annelida
  65. Neanthes (= Nereis) (Clamworm)
  66. Pheretima (Earthworm)
  67. Hirudinaria (Indian Cattle Leech)
  68. Annelida: Characters, Classification and Types
  69. Annelida in General
  70. Phylum Arthropoda
  71. Palaemon (= Macrobrachium) Prawn)
  72. Scorpion
  73. Periplaneta (Cockroach)
  74. Grasshopper or Locust
  75. Culex and Anopheles: The Mosquitoes
  76. Musca: The Housefly
  77. Apis: The Honeybee
  78. Bombyx: The Silkworm
  79. Cimex: The Bedbug
  80. Termites: The White Ants
  81. Arthropoda: Characters, Classification and Types
  82. Arthropoda in General
  83. Peripatus
  84. Phylum Echinodermata
  85. Asterias: A Sea Star
  86. Echinodermata: Classification, Characters and Types
  87. Echinodermata in General
  88. Phylum Hemichordata
  89. Hemichordata: Characters, Classification and Types