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During the Tjiirno meeting, it was agreed to have a third meeting at Dale, Pembroke shire, U.K. in 1990. Twenty-two people attended the Tjarno meeting, and a further ten contributed as co-authors to the papers that were presented.

Author: K. Johannesson

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ISBN: 9401067414

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Littoral gastropods of the families Littorinidae and Muricidae are well studied compared to most marine taxa, yet there remain many basic problems concerning their taxonomy, ecology and evolutionary biology. In other words, we know these snails well enough to realize just how little we really know about them. This awareness prompted the First European Meeting on Littorinid Biology held at the British Museum in London on 26th November 1986, and the discussion continued through the Second Meeting on Littorinid Biology, held at the Tjarno Marine Biological Laboratory, Sweden, from 4th to 8th July 1988. During the Tjiirno meeting, it was agreed to have a third meeting at Dale, Pembroke shire, U.K. in 1990. Twenty-two people attended the Tjarno meeting, and a further ten contributed as co-authors to the papers that were presented. These covered research in progress in a broad range of topics, and geo graphical areas. Unfortunately, Cesare Sacchi and Domenico Voltolina, as well as Elisabeth Boulding were not able to attend the meeting in person, but their contributions were ably presented by David Reid and Richard Palmer, respectively. We also regret that one of us, C.E., and several of our Russian colleagues, did not have the opportunity to come.
2011-10-08 By K. Johannesson

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Proceedings of the Second European Meeting on Littorinid Biology, Tjärnö Marine Biological Laboratory, Sweden, July 4–8, ... K. Johannesson, D. G. Raffaelli and C. J. Hannaford Ellis (eds), Progress in Littorinid and Muricid Biology.

Author: K. Johannesson

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789400905634

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Littoral gastropods of the families Littorinidae and Muricidae are well studied compared to most marine taxa, yet there remain many basic problems concerning their taxonomy, ecology and evolutionary biology. In other words, we know these snails well enough to realize just how little we really know about them. This awareness prompted the First European Meeting on Littorinid Biology held at the British Museum in London on 26th November 1986, and the discussion continued through the Second Meeting on Littorinid Biology, held at the Tjarno Marine Biological Laboratory, Sweden, from 4th to 8th July 1988. During the Tjiirno meeting, it was agreed to have a third meeting at Dale, Pembroke shire, U.K. in 1990. Twenty-two people attended the Tjarno meeting, and a further ten contributed as co-authors to the papers that were presented. These covered research in progress in a broad range of topics, and geo graphical areas. Unfortunately, Cesare Sacchi and Domenico Voltolina, as well as Elisabeth Boulding were not able to attend the meeting in person, but their contributions were ably presented by David Reid and Richard Palmer, respectively. We also regret that one of us, C.E., and several of our Russian colleagues, did not have the opportunity to come.
2012-12-06 By K. Johannesson

Adaptive and nonadaptive variation in two species of rough periwinkle (Littorina) on British shores. In: K. Johanneson, D. G. Rafaelli & C. J. Hannaford Ellis (eds), Progress in Littorinid and Muricid Biology.

Author: P.J. Mill

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ISBN: 9789401104357

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Members of the gastropod family Littorinidae are common throughout the world. They form a very abundant component of many intertidal and shallow subtidal ecosystems and, by their grazing, often play a central role in shaping these communities. They also display a wide range of life history strategies and many are polymorphic, making them attractive model organisms for ecologists, evolutionary biologists and physiologists alike. Areas of particular interest include ecological interactions with other animals and with algae, the effects of pollutants and the use of littorinids as sentinel species for monitoring pollution, the effects of parasites on growth and ecology, taxonomy, and the study of genotypic/phenotypic responses to environmental factors. There is still much to be done, and the littorinids are proving to be an ideal group on which to work. Audience: Primarily targeted at the research level. Will also provide useful information for advanced first-degree students conducting research projects.
2012-12-06 By P.J. Mill

Progress in Littorinid and Muricid Biology. Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Littorinid Biology. Developments in Hydrobiology 56. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 288 pp. Reprinted from Hydrobiologia 193.

Author: Ruth M. O'Riordan

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ISBN: 9789401153362

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Members of the family Littorinidae are among the most widely studied gastropod molluscs and the more questions we answer about this group, the more questions are inevitably posed. Littorinid research spans diverse disciplines, from molecular biology, physiology, ecology, systematics and evolutionary biology to elegant anatomical studies. The papers n this volume reflect the current research being carried out on littorinids, and fall into three broad themes: systematics, ecology, and pollution studies. This book is primarily targeted at the research level, while providing useful information for advanced first-degree students conducting research projects.
2012-12-06 By Ruth M. O'Riordan

In Progress in Littorinid and Muricid Biology, K. Johannesson et al. (eds). Dordrecht, the Netherlands: Springer Netherlands, 99–108. Johnson, C.R., Banks, S.C., Barrett, N.S., Cazassus, F., Dunstan, P.K., Edgar, G.J., Frusher, S.D., ...

Author: R.N. Hughes

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781315351568

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Ever-increasing interest in oceanography and marine biology and their relevance to global environmental issues create a demand for authoritative reviews summarizing the results of recent research. Oceanography and Marine Biology: An Annual Review has catered to this demand since its founding by the late Harold Barnes more than 50 years ago. Its objectives are to consider, annually, the basic areas of marine research, returning to them when appropriate in future volumes; to deal with subjects of special and topical importance; and to add new subjects as they arise. The favourable reception and complimentary reviews accorded to all the volumes shows that the series is fulfilling a very real need. Volume 54 follows closely the objectives and style of the earlier volumes, continuing to regard the marine sciences—with all their various aspects—as a unity. Physical, chemical, and biological aspects of marine science are dealt with by experts actively engaged in these fields. The series is an essential reference text for researchers and students in all fields of marine science and related subjects, and it finds a place in libraries of universities, marine laboratories, research institutes and government departments. It is consistently among the highest ranking series in terms of impact factor in the marine biology category of the citation indices compiled by the Institute for Scientific Information/Web of Science.
2016-11-25 By R.N. Hughes

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Scraping a living : a review of littorinid grazing . In Progress in littorinid and muricid biology , ( ed . K. Johannesson , D. Raffaelli , and C.J. Hannaford - Ellis ) , Hydrobiologia , Vol . 193 , pp . 117-38 .

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Traditional compartmentalization of biological sciences is increasingly breaking down or being considered irrelevant by new generations of biological scientists. Marine biologists have generally been ahead of such trends, as is evident from much recent research on plant-animal interactions in the marine benthos.

Progress in Littorinid and Muricid Biology . Proceedings of the Second European Meeting on Littorinid Biology . Tjärnö Marine Biological Laboratory , Sweden , July 4-8 , 1988. Hydrobiologia , 193 : 1-285 .

Author: David G. Reid

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Snails belonging to the genus Littorina are the familiar periwinkles found on rocky sea shores throughout Western Europe, Scandinavia, North America, Siberia and Japan. Although common and intensively studied, new discoveries over the last three decades have revolutionized knowledge of these animals. Shells of Littorina are remarkable for their extreme variation in shape and colour, which has led to considerable taxonomic controversy. In this volume the complex taxonomy is revised, based on original anatomical studies and recent genetic research. Detailed descriptions of all 19 living and additional fossil species are illustrated by two colour plates, 63 black-and-white plates of shells and radulae, 24 pages of anatomical drawings and 19 distribution maps. The previously bewildering diversity of the shells is resolved to reveal simple, repeated patterns of intraspecific variability. These are explained in terms of life history and gene flow, adaptation to selection by predators and the physical environment, and ecophenotypic influences. Using information from the cladistic analysis of morphological characters, from the fossil record, and from published work on allozyme frequencies and DNA sequences, a detailed species-level phylogeny has been reconstructed. This, together with distributional and ecological data, reveals likely mechanisms of speciation and morphological adaptation. It is shown that the evolutionary radiation occurred largely in the northern Pacific Ocean, and that invasion of the Atlantic took place following the trans-Arctic biotic interchange during the late Pliocene.
1996 By David G. Reid

Progress in littorinid and muricid biology . ( Proceedings Australian Zoology 10 : 299–334 of the Second European Meeting on Littorinid Biology , Tjarno Iredale , T. ( 1945 ) . The land Mollusca of Norfolk Island .

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Developments in Hydrobiology 52. ... continues a valuable series on rotifer biology with up to date information contributed by most of the international experts . ... H. ARNDT Progress in Littorinid and Muricid Biology .

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See Ockelmann & Nielsen , 1981 for a good biological discussion of the species ( and diagrams ) . Lacuna vincta ( Montagu , 1803 ) Genus ... See Hydrobiologica 193 ( 1990 ) ( " Progress in Littorinid and Muricid Biology " ) for ...

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Biological sciences. ( 直 1 species in the New World TIM M. ... Johannesson , K. , Raffaelli , D. G. & Hannaford Ellis , C. J. ( eds ) 1990 Progress in littorinid and muricid biology . Proceedings of the second European meeting on ...

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Each issue of Transactions B is devoted to a specific area of the biological sciences, including clinical science. All papers are peer reviewed and edited to the highest standards. Published on the 29th of each month, Transactions B is essential reading for all biologists.
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Progress in Littorinid and Muricid Biology , Hydrobiologia 193 . ETTER , R. 1988. Physiological stress and colour polymorphism in the intertidal snail Nucella lapillus . Evolution 42 : 660– 680 . FORD , E. 1940.

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