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Out of all biology books this would be my most recommended. Also the price to rent this book and buy used is the cheapest I have seen anywhere else! Crazy.
Biology of the Invertebrates: stars based on 1 user reviews.
This textbook is the most concise and readable invertebrates book in terms of detail and pedagogy (other texts do not offer boxed readings, a second color, end of chapter questions, or pronunciation guides). All phyla of invertebrates are covered (comprehensive) with an emphasis on unifying characteristics of each group.
Table of Contents
|Invertebrate Classification and Relationships|
|The Protozoan Protists|
|The Poriferans and Placozoans|
|Introduction to the Hydrostatic Skeleton|
|The Gnathifera: Rotifers, Acanthocephalans, and two smaller groups|
|The Rotifers and Acanthocephalans|
|Two Phyla of Likely Arthropod Relatives: Tardigrada and Onychophora|
|Four Phyla of Likely Nematode Relatives: Nematomorpha, Priapulida, Kinorhyncha, and Loricifera|
|Three Phyla of Uncertain Affiliation: Gastrotricha, Chaetognatha, and Cyliophora|
|The Lophophorates (Phoronids, Brachiopods, Bryozoans) and Entoprocts|
|The Nonvertebrate Chordates|
|Invertebrate Reproduction and Development--An Overview|
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