+ Site Statistics
+ Search Articles
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
EurekaMag Most Shared ContentMost Shared
EurekaMag PDF Full Text ContentPDF Full Text
+ PDF Full Text
Request PDF Full TextRequest PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter
Follow on LinkedInFollow on LinkedIn

+ Translate

Mode of Growth of Shells

Mode of Growth of Shells

Naturforscher, XX 137 & 138

Riefstahl's views on the mode of growth of the Cephalopod shell are criticised by BATHER. See also ANON. (4, 5).

(PDF 0-2 workdays service: $29.90)

Accession: 038416785

Download citation: RISBibTeXText

Related references

Cf. also Observations on the mode of growth of discoid and turbinated shells, by A. Macalister, An. Annals of Natural History, 4(vi), 1872

Hierarchical super-structure identified by polarized light microscopy, electron microscopy and nanoindentation: Implications for the limits of biological control over the growth mode of abalone sea shells. Bmc Biophysics 5: 19-19, 2012

Australian shells Screw, Blind, hairy-keeled and worm shells, violet snails, carrier shells and others. Australian Museum Magazine, 62: 64-69, 1936

Australian Shells, Volutes and Melon Shells, Olives, Rice, Harp, Margin, and Crossbarred Shells. Australian Museum Magazine, 69: 309-315, 1938

Australian shells Strombs, Soorpion, or Spider shells, sea butterflies and ladder shells. Australian Museum Magazine, 64: 121-126, 1936

Australian shells: The Tritons, warped shells, Frog shells and Sand snails. AustMag. Sydney: 230-236, 1937

Koskinoid perforations in brachiopod shells function and mode of formation. Lethaia 13(4): 313-319, 1980

Formation Of Stable Shells From Protein Sub-Units As A Mode Of Virus Synthesis. Nature 199: 949-953, 1963

Mode of larval development in some deep sea gastropods indicated by oxygen 18 values of their carbonate shells. Deep-Sea Research Part A Oceanographic Research Papers 32(6): 809-818, 1985

Mg in aragonitic bivalve shells; seasonal variations and mode of incorporation in Arctica islandica. Chemical Geology 254.1-2, 2008

Chemical nature of the egg shell in helminths: II. Mode of stabilization of egg shells of monogenetic trematodes. Experimental Parasitology 34(1): 115-122, 1973

Chemical nature of the egg shell in helminths part 2 mode of stabilization of egg shells of monogenetic trematodes. Experimental Parasitology 34(1): 115-122, 1973

Size-frequency distributions of dead shells of Batillaria zonalis (Bruguiere), and the mode of their formation. Earth Science (Tokyo): 341: 27-39, 1980

Studies on egg shells. VI. The distribution of pores in egg shells. 6 1955: 170-176. Studies on egg shells. VII. Some aspects of structure as shown by plastic model. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 7: 483-493, 1956