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Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Illinois, Leaf 65 is numbered Leaves of plates = leaf with an illustration followed by a corresponding leaf descriptive of the illustrative content. Typescript.
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Annual Review of Entomology The Comparative Morphology of the Insect Head E. Melville DuPorte Annual Review of Entomology Functional Morphology of Insect Wings Robin J. Wootton Annual Review of Entomology The Lock-and-Key Hypothesis: Evolutionary and Biosystematic Interpretation of Insect Genitalia A M Shapiro, and and A H PorterCited by: In terms of comparative morphology, it is still unclear whether male genitalia are derived from appendages or abdominal outgrowth (Scudder ) and the homology of individual components of male genitalia across different insect orders (sometimes even within an order!) is still not fully understood.
If one relies on comparative morphology, and accepts that (a) in all insects, the male genitalia have a common structural plan; (b) that they are developed from parts originally belonging to segments IX or X, or both; and (c) that the development has of necessity been modified in the course of evolution, then any of the above interpretations are theoretically possiÂ ble.
Comparative morphology of the male genitalia of Aphididae (Insecta, Hemiptera): part 1 Karina Wieczorek • Bartosz J. Płachno • Piotr S´wia˛tek Received: 4 February /Revised: 29 July /Accepted: 12 August /Published online: 28 August The Author(s) This article is published with open access at Comparative Morphology of the External Male Genitalia of Gymnetis (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) Bhatti A.
Rashid Eastern Illinois University This research is a product of the graduate program inZoologyat Eastern Illinois out more about the : Bhatti A. Rashid. The external genitalia of males—phylogenetic implications. Comparative studies of male genitalia have formed the basis of the taxonomic and phylogenetic studies of many groups of insects (e.g., Zumpt and Heinz ; Eades ).
Males of most Aphididae, unlike males of other Hemiptera, do not appear until autumn and have to mature by: Comparative evidence for the evolution of genitalia by sexual selection In insects, for example, genital structures are cited to diverge much faster than like genital morphology Author: Göran Arnqvist.
The comparative morphology of the aedeagi of about species in genera of Scarabaeoidea was studied with reference to possible phylogenetic trends within and Cited by: A comparative morphology of the male genitalia of Aphididae (Insecta, Hemiptera): part 2.
Comparative morphology of the male genitalia of Aphididae (Insecta, Hemiptera): part 1 Karina Wieczorek, 1 Bartosz J. Płachno, 2 and Piotr Świątek 3 1 Department of Zoology, University of Silesia, Bankowa 9, Katowice, PolandCited by: The comparative morphology of the genitalia of insects.
By Anna Grace Newell. Get PDF (8 MB) Abstract. Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Illinois, Leaf 65 is numbered Leaves of plates = leaf with an illustration followed by a corresponding leaf descriptive of the illustrative es bibliographical Author: Anna Grace Newell. Abstract. From the literature on onthogenesis it is concluded, that male genitalia with two pairs of appendices must be considered primitive.
The male genitalia of a number of species from three families (Cossidae, Saturniidae, Brahmaeidae) in which the male genitalia comprise two pair of appendices, valvae and valvellae, were by: So, new morphological and comparative studies of the female genitalia in a great number of genera and species are needed to enhance the knowledge of this group.
The objective of this work is to study the female genitalia of the genus Syncharina in order to add new female characters for species by: 1. The present study provides new data concerning the morphology of the male genitalia of Aphididae and unifies their nomenclature.
The structure of the male genitalia of 31 species from 26 genera of Aphididae was studied with light and scanning electron by: Comparative morphology of the internal female genitalia in two species of Mantophasmatodea. Abstract. The female internal reproductive anatomy of two mantophasmatodean species, Karoophasma biedouwense and Viridiphasma clanwilliamense, is described in detail using X-ray micro-computed tomography, light microscopy, and scanning electron by: 2.
The present study provides new data related to the morphology of the male genitalia of Aphididae. The structure of the male genitalia of 39 species from 23 genera of Aphididae was studied using light and scanning electron microscopy.
In the species studied, the genitalia of males consist of a phallus composed of the sclerotized basal part with its. Media in category "Insect genitalia" The following 29 files are in this category, out of 29 total. 2nd International congress of entomology, Oxford, August, () 1, ×. COURSE OUTLINES o General introductory lecture.
o External body morphology of insects and its modifications Body apertures The head capsule Structure Cephalic appendages 1. The antennae 2. The mouth parts The thorax 1. The wings 2. The legs The abdomen 1.
The cerci 2. The genitalia 3. The styli 4. Stinging apparatus 5. The Atlas of Comparative Invertebrate Embryology presents a wealth of embryonic and larval developmental processes to emphasize the great variety of ontogenies in the animal kingdom. Like the adult organisms, larvae are also of an enormous diversity owing to the varied requirements of their environment.
In insects, genitalia can derive from segmental appendages, a combination of appendicular parts and adjacent segmental papillae or ampullae, and outgrowths of the sterna (Scudder ), the pedipalps of spiders are modified sensory organs (Eberhard and Huber ), the hectocotylus of squid evolves from a modified tentacle, and so on.
There Cited by: This is the final part of a series of articles on the comparative morphology of the Staphylinidae and the allied groups. The abdominal glands, male genitalia and female spermatheca are discussed. Three kinds of glands were developed in the abdomen: the defence gland; the gland on the 1st tergum; and the appeasement and adoption gland.
The function of the 2nd gland Cited by: genitalia of this species. Internal male genitalia of dung beetles have numerous structures that vary greatly among the groups. If the variation in the structures of the internal male genitalia is well understood, it will give useful information in different fields of research, including morphology, systematics, sexual selection, and evolution.
Comparative genitalic morphology in ten genera of thread-legged bugs of the tribe Metapterini, and its phylogenetic importance (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Reduviidae) Valentina Castro-Huertas [email protected] 1, 2, Dimitri Forero [email protected] 3 and Jocelia Grazia [email protected] 4Cited by: 2.
The morphology of ovipositor scales is examined by scanning electron microscopy, and is compared for 22 species in 20 Families of insects. The mechanism is also confirmed by direct manipulation of the ovipositor of an anaesthetized insect. Ovipositor scales vary in length from 1 to 30 μm and can be spine-like, Cited by: This classic text, first published inis once again available.
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Snodgrass produced a wealth of publications that display an accuracy and precision still by: Most insects reproduce oviparously, i.e. by laying eggs are produced by the female in a pair of ovaries. Sperm, produced by the male in one testis or more commonly two, is transmitted to the female during mating by means of external sperm is stored within the female in one or more the time of fertilization, the eggs travel along oviducts to be.
The endophallic structure of the genus Laius is studied and discussed based on the examination of 19 species from Asia to the Indian Ocean. The structure contains two primary sclerites (named gonoporal piece and ligula), a secondary sclerite on the basal part of the gonoporal piece (named additional sclerite) in some species, and a membranous basal area closely covered with many.
Knowledge of the female genitalia of most main groups of leaf beetles is greatly lacking compared to current knowledge of the male genitalia.
The earliest documented observation of the male genitalia of leaf beetles are ones by Foudras ().Since then characters provided by male genitalia were used for species differentiation and became an Cited by: Artistic Anatomy of Animals.
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Thomas A. Keil, Comparative morphogenesis of sensilla: A review, International Journal of Insect Morphology and Embryology, 26,(), (). Crossref Yinfeng Meng and Daozheng Qin, Structure and sensilla of the antennae and mouthparts of Loxocephala perpunctata Jacobi (Hemiptera: Fulgomorpha: Eurybrachidae), Acta Zoologica, ().Cited by: A sex organ (or reproductive organ) is any part of an animal's body that is involved in sexual reproductive organs together constitute the reproductive testis in the male, and the ovary in the female, are called the primary sex organs.
All others are called secondary sex organs, divided between the external sex organs—the genitals or genitalia. On the basis of his ex- cellent publications in insect morphology, we must look upon Dr. Matsuda as one of the lead- ing insect morphologists on this continent. Matsuda’s () theory of head segmentation is outlined in his book the “Morphology and Evolution of the Insect Head”.
I briefly summarize his views. The sting morphology is expected to reflect the mechanical overloading applied to the sting during prey transportation. In this paper, we provide a detailed description of the sting skeleton of Oxybelus uniglumis and define specific morphological characters in order to reveal possible morphological predictions for conducting specific prey Cited by: 4.
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Section describes the various means by which insemination is accomplished, covering a description of the male external genitalia, copulation and the transfer of sperm to the female reproductive by: A new book, "Pegs, Pouches, and Spines: Systematics and Comparative Morphology of the New World Litter Bug Genus Chinannus Wygodzinsky, ," revises one genus, Chinannus, which was previously believed to consist of just two species found in Costa Rica and Trinidad.
However, the authors of the book describe 26 new species, and expand the known. Rapid divergent evolution of male genitalia is one of the most general evolutionary trends in animals with internal fertilization; the shapes of genital traits often provide the only reliable Cited by:.
Therefore, gaining a clearer comprehension of functional morphology is integral to better understanding the evolution of genitalia. However, insect genitalia, as I am sure the majority of entomologists are aware, can be relatively complex (particularly in males) in terms of the number of structures involved in copulation and reproduction.VOL NUMBER 2 MALE GENITALIA OF LEPIDOPTERA: MORPHOLOGY AND NOMENCLATURE IV.
NOTES ON TUXEN'S "TAXONOMISTS GLOSSARY OF GENITALIA IN INSECTS": SECOND ENLARGED EDITION A. SIBATANI 30 Owen St., Lindfield, N.S.W.,Australia I have found that Parts II and III of this series (Okagaki et aI., ;File Size: 2MB. The new book contains keys for identifying males and females based on wing organs and genitalia, as well as line drawings and photographs taken with an electron microscope and a confocal microscope.
“Pegs, Pouches, and Spines: Systematics and Comparative Morphology of the New World Litter Bug Genus Chinannus Wygodzinsky.