Treatise on Zoology - Anatomy, Taxonomy, Biology. The Crustacea, Volume 3

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With this edition, access to the texts of the famous Traité de Zoologie is now available to a worldwide readership. Parts 1, 2, and 3A of volume VII, i.e., the Crustacea, were published in French in, respectively, 1994, 1996, and 1999. Brill recognized the importance of these books and arranged for a translation to be made. However, some of the manuscripts dated from the early 1980s and it was clear from the beginning that in many fields of biology a mere translation of the existing text would not suffice. Thus, all chapters have been carefully reviewed, either by the original authors or by newly attracted specialists, and adequate updates have been prepared accordingly.

This third volume of The Crustacea, revised and updated from the Traité de Zoologie contains chapters on:
- Neuroanatomy
- Neurohormones
- Embryology
- Relative Growth and Allometry

The volume concludes with a list of contributors, as well as with both taxonomic and subject indices.

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J. Forest (†), editor of the original French volumes of the Traité de Zoologie, with his impressive published record on various groups of Crustacea, acted as a supervising editor of the series.
J.C. von Vaupel Klein, formerly at the university of Leiden and managing editor of Crustaceana, is principal translator of the French volumes of the Traité and coordinating editor of this series as a whole.
F.R. Schram, an authority on the systematics and phylogeny a wide range of crustacean taxa, currently has an appointment as a Research Associate at the Burke Museum of Natural History of the university of Washington, Seattle, Washington.
M. Charmantier-Daures is an associate professor at the university of Montpellier and well known for her work on crustacean ecophysiology and genetics. She also is an editor of Crustaceana – International Journal of Crustacean Research.
Preface
Étienne Wolff (✝) & Jacques Forest, Pierre-Paul Grassé: the man who initiated this series
Steffen Harzsch, David Sandeman & Jean Chaigneau: Morphology and development of the central nervous system
Jean-Paul Trilles & Régine Hipeau-Jacquotte: Symbiosis and parasitism in the Crustacea
André Mayrat: Relative growth and allometry
Richard G. Hartnoll, Relative growth: description and analysis
Théodore Monod (✝) & Jacques Forest: A history of crustacean classification
List of contributors
Taxonomic index
Subject index
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