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Gureeva, MA, Mamkaev, YV1985Morphological egg-cleavage patterns in acoelous turbellarians (Acoela). 1. Variants of egg-cleavage patterns in the genus Convoluta. / 2. Variants of egg-cleavage patterns in Oxyposthia predator.[In R
Hanson, ED1961Convoluta sutcliffei, a new species of acoelous Turbellaria.
Hanstroem, B1928Vergleichende Anatomie des Nervensystems der wirbellosen Tiere unter Berücksichtigung seiner Funktion.
Haswell, WA1905Studies of the Turbellaria. Part I.
Hellwig, M1987Ökologie freilebender Plathelminthen in Grenzraum Watt-Salzwiese lenitischer Gezeitenkuesten.
Hendelberg, J, kesson, BÅ1991Studies of the budding process in Convolutriloba retrogemma (Acoela, Platyhelminthes).
Hendelberg, J, kesson, BÅ1988Convolutriloba retrogemma gen. et sp. n., a turbellarian (Acoela, Platyhelminthes) with reversed polarity of reproductive buds.
Henley, C1974Platyhelminthes (Turbellaria).
Hickman, VV1956Parasitic Turbellaria from Tasmanian Echinoidea.
Higley, R1918Morphology and biology of some turbellaria from the Mississippi basin.
Hooge, MD2003Two new families, three new genera, and four new species of acoel flatworms (Acoela, Platyhelminthes) from Queensland, Australia
Hooge, MD2001Evolution of body-wall musculature in the Platyhelminthes (Acoelomorpha, Catenulida, Rhabditophora).
Hooge, MD, Eppinger, N2005New species of Acoela (Acoelomorpha) from the Gulf of California.
Hooge, MD, Haye, P, Tyler, S, Litvaitis, MK, Kornfield, I2002Molecular systematics of the Acoela (Platyhelminthes) and its concordance with morphology.
Hooge, MD, Rocha, CEF2006Acoela (Acoelomorpha) from the northern beaches of the state of São Paulo, Brazil, and a systematic revision of the family Otocelididae
Hooge, MD, Smith, JPS2004New acoels (Acoela, Acoelomorpha) from North Carolina.
Hooge, MD, Tyler, S2008Acoela (Acoelomorpha) from Bocas del Toro, Panama
Hooge, MD, Tyler, S2007Acoela (Acoelomorpha) from Belize.
Hooge, MD, Tyler, S2005New tools for resolving phylogenies: A systematic revision of the Convolutidae (Acoelomorpha, Acoela).
Hooge, MD, Tyler, S2003Acoels (Platyhelminthes, Acoela) from the Atlantic coast of North America.
Hooge, MD, Tyler, S2003Two new acoels (Acoela, Platyhelminthes) from the central coast of California.
Hooge, MD, Tyler, S2001Interstitital acoels (Platyhelminthes, Acoela) from Bermuda.
Hooge, MD, Tyler, S1999Body-wall musculature of Praeconvoluta tornuva, n. sp. (Acoela, Platyhelminthes) and the use of muscle patterns in taxonomy.
Hooge, MD, Wallberg, A, Todt, C, Maloy, A, Jondelius, U, Tyler, S2007A revision of the systematics of panther worms (Hofstenia spp., Acoela), with notes on color variation and genetic variation within the genus.
Hyman, LH1959Some Turbellaria from the coast of California.
Hyman, LH1955Miscellaneous marine and terrestrial Flatworms from South America.
Hyman, LH1951The Invertebrates. Vol II. Platyhelminthes and Rhynchocoela. The Acoelomate Bilateria.
Hyman, LH1944Marine Turbellaria from the Atlantic coast of North America.
Hyman, LH1939Acoel and polyclad Turbellaria from Bermuda and the Sargassum.
Hyman, LH1937Reproductive system and copulation in Amphiscolops langerhansi (Turbellaria Acoela).
Hérubel, MA1913Sur la presence de Convoluta flavibacillum Jens. a Roscoff.
Ivanov, AV1952Turbellaria (Acoela) from the southern coast of Sakhalin.
Ivanov, AV, Mamkaev, YV1977Über die Struktur des Digestionsparenchyme bei Turbellaria Acoela.
Jensen, OS1878Turbellaria ad litora Norvegiae occidentalia. Turbellarier ved Norges Vestkyst.
Jondelius, U, Larsson, K, Raikova, O2004Cleavage in Nemertoderma westbladi (Nemertodermatida) and its phylogenetic significance
Karling, TG1974Turbellarian fauna of the Baltic proper. Identification, ecology and biogeography.
Karling, TG1974On the anatomy and affinities of the turbellarian orders.
Karling, TG1967Zur Frage von dem systematischen Wert der Kategorien Archoophora und Neoophora (Turbellaria).
Karling, TG1940Zur Morphologie und Systematik der Alloeocoela Cumulata und Rhabdocoela Lecithophora (Turbellaria).
Karling, TG, Mack-Fira, V, Dörjes, J1972First report on marine microturbellarians from Hawaii.
Kato, K1951Convoluta, an acoelous turbellarian, destroyed the edible clam.
Kato, K1947A new species of the Convolutidae (Acoela, Turbellaria).
Kawakatsu, M, Nunomura, N, Suzuki, H1989Corrections and emendations of specific names of several Japanese species of turbellarians (Acoela, Tricladida-Maricola, Polycladida-Cotylea, and Temnocephalida-Scutariellidata) and Nemertinea (Enopla-Hoplonemertea-Monostylifera)
Keeble, F1908The yellow-brown cells of Convoluta paradoxa.
Keeble, F1904The bionomics of Convoluta roscoffensis, with special reference to its green cells.
Keeble, F, Gamble, FW1907The origin and nature of the green cells of Convoluta roscoffensis.
Kennet, L2000Phylogeny of the nemertodermatida (Acoelomorpha, Platyhelminthes). A cladistic analysis
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