BIO 324: Invertebrate Physiology: Home

Professor Wolfe, Spring 2014

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This guide will help you find the best invertebrate physiology resources available to LVC students.

           diagram of a male chirocephalus diaphanus

Image source:  Chirocephalus diaphanus, male. Side view of head, showing the large second antenna, A2 with its appendage Ap, above which is seen the filiform first antenna; D.O, dorsal organ; E1 median eye.  Walter Frank Raphael Weldon.  1909.  Public domain.  Wikimedia Commons. 

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Diagram of spider internal anatomy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Searching through large amounts of information can be overwhelming.

Use this guide to locate the information you need more effectively.  Under the tabs above, find articles, books & ebooks, core resources, dissertations, journals, and proceedings related to invertebrate physiology.

Image source:  Spider internal anatomy. John Henry Comstock; Ryan Wilson.  CC BY-3.0.  Wikimedia Commons.

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