<invc.htm>                                Invertebrate Zoology Bibliography—C Words



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CaIman, W. T. 1939. The structure of the trilobites. Nature, Lond., 141,1077.


Calkins, G. N. and Summers, F. M., eds. 1941. Protozoa in Biological Research Columbia University Press.

Cameron, T. W. 1934. The Internal Parasites of Domestic Animals. A. and C. Black.


Cameron, T. W. M.  1956.  Parasites and Parasitism.  Methuen, London.

Campbell, R. S. 1941. Vertical distribution on the planktonic rotifers in Douglas, Lake, Michigan, with special reference to depression and individuality. Ecol. Monog. 11, 1.


Cannon, H. G. 1928. On the feeding mechanism of the copepods, Calanus finmarchicus and Diaptomus gracilis. Jour. Exp. Biol. 6, 131.

Cannon, H. G. and Manton, S. M. 1927. On the feeding mechanisms of a mysid crustacean, Hemimysis lamornae. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edin. 55, 219.


Carter, G. S.  1951.  General Zoology of the Invertebrates, 3rd ed.  Sidgwich & Jackson Publ.

Castle, W. A. 1928. An experimental and histological study of the life cycle of Planaria velata. Jour. Exp. Zool. 51, 417.


Chandler, A. C.  1955.  Introduction to Parasitology.  John Wiley Publ.


Chapman, G. 1953. Studies on the mesogloea of coelenterates. I. Histology and chemical properties. Quart. Jour. Micr. Sci. 94, 155. II. Physical properties. Jour. Exp. Biol. 30, 440.


Chapman, G.and Newell, G. 1947. The role of the body fluids in relation to movement in the soft-bodied invertebrates. Proc. Roy. Soc. B, 134, 431,


Chitwood, B. G. and Chitwood, M. B. 1950-. An Introduction to Nematology. Chitwood, Baltimore. 

Christie, J. R. 1929. Some observations on sex in the Mermithidae. Jour. Exp. Zool. 53, 59.


Coe, W. R. 1936. Sequence of functional sexual phases in Teredo. Biol. Bull. 71, 122.

Coe, W. R. 1949. Divergent methods of development in morphologically similar species of prosobranch gasteropods. Jour. Morph. 84, 383.

Coe, W. R. 1953. Influences of association, isolation and nutrition on the sexuality of the snail Crepidula. Jour. Exp. Zool. 122, 5.

Coker, R. 1939. The problem of cyclomorphosis in Daphnia. Quart. Rev. Biol. 14,137.

Comstock, H. 1948. The Spider Book. 2nd ed. revised by W. Gertsch Comstock Publ. Co.


Comstock, J. H. 1918. The Wings of Insects Comstock, New York.


Corliss, J. O. 1956. On the evolution and systematics of ciliated Protozoa. Systematic Zoology, 5, 68-91, 121-140.

Cort, W. W. 1922. Study of the escape of cercariae from their snail hosts. Jour.Pqrqsit.8, 177.

Crisp, D. J. and Barnes, H. 1954. The orientation and distribution of barnacles at settlement with particular reference to surface contours. Jour. Anim. Ecol. 23, 142.

Crofts, D. 1937. The development of Haliotis tuberculata. Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. B, 228, 219. 1956. Proc. Zool. Soc. Lond. 125,711.


Cullery, M.  1952.  Parasitism and Symbiosis.  Sidgwick & Jackson Publ.


Curtis, W. C. 1906. The formation of proglottides in Cestoda. Biol. Bull. 11, 202.


Cushing, D. J. 1951. The vertical migration of planktonic Crustacea. Biol. Rev. 26, 158.


Cushman, J. A. 1948. The Foraminifera, their Classification and Economic U. 4th ed. Harvard University Press.