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*  Reproductive system of planarians
All planarians are hermaphrodites, so their reproductive system has a male and a female part. Both parts communicate with the ... In land planarians, the structure of the male atrium may be quite variable between different genera. The most common ... A group of yolk glands also connects to these ducts, as planarians are neoophorans and thus yolk is not located inside the eggs ... The male part of the reproductive system in planarians has a set of several testicles, distributed throughout the body in two ...
*  Planarian
Each planarian transports its excretion to the other planarian, giving and receiving sperm. Eggs develop inside the body and ... For example, a planarian split lengthwise or crosswise will regenerate into two separate individuals. Some planarian species ... in Tricladida planarians this consists of one anterior branch and two posterior branches. Planarians move by beating cilia on ... where waste is released on the dorsal surface of the planarian. At the head of the planarian there is a ganglion under the ...
*  Gigantea (planarian)
Gigantea is a genus of land planarians from the Neotropic ecozone. Species of Gigantea have a large, broad and flat body. The ... This definition, however, is incomplete regarding the anatomical features currently considered in the definition of planarian ... Carbayo, F. (2008). "A new species of land planarian of Gigantea Ogren and Kawakatsu, 1990 (Platyhelminthes, Tricladida, ...
*  Liana (planarian)
Liana is a genus of land planarians from South America, currently comprising a single species, Liana guasa, which occurs in ... Liana was defined as land planarians with a broad and elongated body. The cutaneous musculature is strong dorsally and weak ...
*  Lake Pedder planarian
The Lake Pedder planarian (Romankenkius pedderensis) is a species of invertebrate in the Dugesiidae family. It was endemic to ... "A new higher classification of planarian flatworms (Platyhelminthes, Tricladida)". Journal of Natural History, vol. 43, pàg. ... Grant, L.J., Sluys, R. & Blair, D. Biodiversity of Australian freshwater planarians (Platyhelminthes: Tricladida: Paludicola): ...
*  Macrocotyla glandulosa
... , or the pink planarian, is a flatworm found only in the Devil's Icebox cave in Rock Bridge Memorial ... Turbellarians (Planarians; Free-Living Flatworms) at the Missouri department of conservation website.. ...
*  Planaria
... is a genus of planarians in the family Planariidae. It is currently represented by a single species, Planaria torva, ... British Planarians. Platyhelminthes: Tricladida. Keys and notes for the identification of the species (Synopses of the British ...
*  Flatworm
The ability of planarians to take different kinds of prey and to resist starvation may account for their ability to decimate A ... Planarians, a subgroup of seriates, are famous for their ability to regenerate if divided by cuts across their bodies. ... Two planarian species have been used successfully in the Philippines, Indonesia, Hawaii, New Guinea, and Guam to control ... In Hawaii, the planarian Endeavouria septemlineata has been used to control the imported giant African snail Achatina fulica, ...
*  Regeneration (biology)
Planarians exhibit an extraordinary ability to regenerate lost body parts. For example, a planarian split lengthwise or ... A planarian parent, for example, will constrict, split in the middle, and each half generates a new end to form two clones of ... Regeneration research using Planarians began in the late 1800s and was popularized by T.H. Morgan at the beginning of the 20th ... In one experiment, T.H. Morgan found that a piece corresponding to 1/279th of a planarian or a fragment with as few as 10,000 ...
*  Bipalium
"The Land Planarian Index series" in which they reviewed and organized all taxonomic information regarding land planarians. At ... Land planarians are unique in that they possess a "creeping sole" on their ventral side. Several species are considered as ... Some land planarians of the United States and Europe, with remarks on nomenclature. American Museum Novitates (1667): 1-21. ... The human factor in the spread of an exotic land planarian in Pennsylvania. Proc. of the Penn. Acad. of Sci. 59: 117-118. ...
*  Fauna of the Isles of Scilly
1: 6-7. Turk, S M; Tompsett, P E (2009). Planarians or Flatworms (Turbellaria). In Red Data Book for Cornwall and the Isles of ...
*  Robert E. Ogren
Masaharu Kawakatsu entitled the "Land Planarian Indices Series" where they reviewed the taxonomy of all land planarian species ... From 1980 on he also started to work on the biology of land planarians. In 1987 he began a series of publications in ... Ogren, Robert E. (1987). "Description of a New Three-Lined Land Planarian of the Genus Bipalium (Turbellaria: Tricladida) from ... Ogren, Robert E.; Darlington, Julian T. (1991). "Geoplana arkalabamensis n. sp., a Land Planarian from the Southern United ...
*  Platydemus manokwari
Muniappan R. (1990) "Use of the planarian, Platydemus manokwari, and other natural enemies to control the giant African snail ... Ogren, R. (June 1995). "Predation Behavior of Land Planarians." Hydrobiologia 305:105-111 Iwai, N.; Sugiura, S.; et al. (2010 ... "The invasive land planarian Platydemus manokwari(Platyhelminthes, Geoplanidae): records from six new localities, including the ...
*  Girardia
Álvarez-Presas, M.; Baguñà, J.; Riutort, M. (2008). "Molecular phylogeny of land and freshwater planarians (Tricladida, ... "Morphogenesis in Planarians Dugesia tigrina". Russian Journal of Developmental Biology. 35 (4): 228. doi:10.1023/B:RUDO. ... "Cue competition effects in the planarian". Animal Cognition. 16 (2): 177-186. doi:10.1007/s10071-012-0561-3. PMID 22976576. * ...
*  Boris Ephrussi
Planarian Press. Livingston, Laura R. (1968). "Review: The Cold War in Biology" (PDF). Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine. 41 ...
*  Claudio Gilberto Froehlich
Marcus suggested that they should work on the taxonomy of land planarians, since it was a poorly studied but highly diverse ... Froehlich, Claudio G. (1955). "On the biology of land planarians". Boletim da Faculdade de Filosofia, Ciências e Letras da ... After his first academic years studying land planarians, Froehlich started to work with freshwater invertebrates, especially ...
*  Eudóxia Maria Froehlich
Marcus suggested that they should work on the taxonomy of land planarians, since it was a poorly studied but highly diverse ... She continued her studies with land planarians until 1978 and then changed her attention to arachnids. She retired in 1988, but ... Froehlich, Eudóxia Maria; Leal-Zanchet, Ana Maria (2003). "A new species of terrestrial planarian of the genus Notogynaphallia ... Froehlich, Claudio Gilberto; Froehlich, Eudóxia Maria (1972). "Land planarians from the Amazonian region". Papéis Avulsos de ...
*  Centrifuge
Adell, Teresa; Saló, Emili; Loon, Jack J. W. A. van; Auletta, Gennaro (2014-09-17). "Planarians Sense Simulated Microgravity ...
*  Endeavouria
As all land planarians in the tribe Caenoplanini, it is most likely originally from somewhere in the Pacific region. Specimens ... The most frequent strategy to escape is by tumbling, a behavior where the planarian lifts its posterior end and bends it ... It has been demonstrated that in Brazil several native land planarians feed on the introduced E. septemlineata, thus possibly ... Endeavouria septemlineata is a small land planarian, reaching about 30 millimetres (1.2 in) in length. The dorsal side may ...
*  Lilian Vaughan Morgan
Regeneration of grafted pieces of planarians. J. Exp. Zool. 3:269-294. Morgan, L. V. 1922. Non-criss-cross inheritance in ... That following summer, they moved to California, where she researched and published work on planarian regeneration at the ...
*  Tricladida
They are also known as planarians, although this common name is also used for a wide number of free-living platyhelminthes. The ... doi:10.1111/j.1463-6409.1990.tb00237.x. Tricladida on the Encyclopedia of Life (EOL) Land planarians on the UF / IFAS Featured ... Freshwater planarians (Turbellarians) of North America. Sluys, R. (1990). "A monograph of the Dimarcusidae (Platyhelminthes, ... "Planarian (flatworm) - Britannica Online Encyclopedia". Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. Retrieved 2010-05-01. Hallez P. (1892). ...
*  Biological immortality
Planarian flatworms have both sexually and asexually reproducing types. Studies on genus Schmidtea mediterranea suggest these ... "Schmidtea , model planarian". www.geochembio.com. Holliday, Robin (April 2009). "The extreme arrogance of anti-aging medicine ... "the lifespan of individual planarian can be as long as 3 years, likely due to the ability of neoblasts to constantly replace ... planarians appear to regenerate (i.e. heal) indefinitely, and asexual individuals have an "apparently limitless [telomere] ...
*  Kenkiidae
Some Cave Planarians of the United States". Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 56 (4): 457-477. doi:10.2307/ ... Sluys, R.; Kawakatsu, M. (2006). "Towards a phylogenetic classification of dendrocoelid freshwater planarians (Platyhelminthes ... "A new higher classification of planarian flatworms (Platyhelminthes, Tricladida)". Journal of Natural History. 43 (29-30): 1763 ...
*  Naididae
... for Planarians or other types of worms. http://www.aquarium-pond-answers.com/2007/03/trematodes-and-nematodes-in-fish.html# ...
*  Planariidae
... is a family of freshwater planarians. The type genus is Planaria Müller, 1776. Twelve genera of Planariidae are ... Sluys, R.; Kawakatsu, M.; Riutort, M.; Baguñà, J. (2009). "A new higher classification of planarian flatworms (Platyhelminthes ...