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"Annelida" Article - Table of Contents

ANNELIDA - INTRODUCTION
Part 1: Annelida: History of the Classification; General Introduction.

I. ANNELIDA POLYCHAETA
Part 2: Annelida Polychaeta: General Description. The Body. Cutaneous and Muscular Tissues.
Part 3: Annelida Polychaeta: Circulatory System. Branchial Apparatus. Digestive System.
Part 4: Annelida Polychaeta: Nervous System. Reproductive System. Replacement of Lost Parts. Tubes.
Part 5: Annelida Polychaeta: Parasites. Symbiosis. Distribution.
Part 6: Annelida Polychaeta: Fossil Remains. Beauty, Form and Colour. A Note on Classification.

II. ANNELIDA OLIGOCHAETA
Part 7: Annelida Oligochaeta: General Description. The Body. Circulatory System. Digestive System.
Part 8: Annelida Oligochaeta: Reproductive System. Replacement of Lost Parts. Parasites. Symbiosis. Distribution. A Note on Classification.

III. ANNELIDA ONYCHOPHORA.
Part 9: Annelida Onychophora: Description.

IV. ANNELIDA DISCOPHORA.
Part 10. Annelida Discophora (cont.): Description. The Body. Circulatory System. Digestive System. Nervous System.
Part 11: Annelida Discophora (cont.): Reproductive System. No Replacement of Lost Parts. Distribution. Fossil Remains. A Note on Classification.

V. ANNELIDA GEPHYREA
Part 12: The Body. Circulatory System. Digestive System. Nervous System. Reproductive System. Distribution. A Note on Classification.

COMPARISION OF ANNELIDA WITH OTHER TURBELLARIA GROUPS
Part 13:
Comparision of Annelida with Nemerteans and Turbellaria Groups.

SPECIAL TOPICS
Part 14: Human and Animal Uses of Annelida.
Part 15: Phosphorescence in Certain Annelida.
Part 16: Power in Many Annelida of Boring into Hard Substances.



The above article was written by William Carmichael McIntosh, M.D., LL.D., F.R.S., Professor of Natural History at the University of St. Andrews; Director of the University Museum; author of Monograph of British Annelids and The Resources of the Sea.




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