X
Search Filters
Format Format
Subjects Subjects
Subjects Subjects
X
Sort by Item Count (A-Z)
Filter by Count
animals (29) 29
index medicus (29) 29
phylogeny (25) 25
evolutionary biology (21) 21
hexapoda (21) 21
entomology (20) 20
insects (17) 17
anatomy & morphology (16) 16
evolution (15) 15
morphology (10) 10
developmental biology (9) 9
insecta (9) 9
insecta - anatomy & histology (9) 9
male (9) 9
spermatozoa (9) 9
analysis (8) 8
insecta - classification (8) 8
insecta - ultrastructure (8) 8
polyneoptera (8) 8
zoology (8) 8
embryonic development (7) 7
female (7) 7
mantophasmatodea (7) 7
embryogenesis (6) 6
embryonic-development (6) 6
fine-structure (6) 6
life sciences (6) 6
ovum - ultrastructure (6) 6
species specificity (6) 6
ultrastructure (6) 6
wing base (6) 6
zoraptera (6) 6
blastokinesis (5) 5
collembola (5) 5
comparative embryology (5) 5
genetics & heredity (5) 5
insecta - embryology (5) 5
insecta - genetics (5) 5
insecta - physiology (5) 5
microscopy, electron, scanning (5) 5
microscopy, electron, transmission (5) 5
molecular phylogeny (5) 5
multidisciplinary sciences (5) 5
pedetontus-unimaculatus machida (5) 5
phylogenetics (5) 5
spermatogenesis (5) 5
spermatozoa - ultrastructure (5) 5
生物学 (5) 5
animal systematics/taxonomy/biogeography (4) 4
biodiversity (4) 4
biological evolution (4) 4
biology (4) 4
cell biology (4) 4
coleoptera (4) 4
ecology (4) 4
electron microscopy (4) 4
embryology (4) 4
entognathy (4) 4
external morphology insecta (4) 4
gene expression (4) 4
insect phylogeny (4) 4
insect proteins - genetics (4) 4
jumping bristletail (4) 4
microscopy (4) 4
mitochondria (4) 4
muscles (4) 4
order (4) 4
phylogenetic-relationships (4) 4
reproductive-system (4) 4
sperm (4) 4
time factors (4) 4
animal anatomy / morphology / histology (3) 3
appendages (3) 3
archaeognatha (3) 3
biochemistry (3) 3
chemistry (3) 3
development (3) 3
diplura (3) 3
eggs (3) 3
embryo, nonmammalian - ultrastructure (3) 3
endochorion (3) 3
ephemeroptera (3) 3
exochorion (3) 3
external morphology (3) 3
germ-cells (3) 3
hubbardi caudell (3) 3
insecta - growth & development (3) 3
malaysia (3) 3
medicine (3) 3
membranes (3) 3
metallurgy (3) 3
micropyle (3) 3
microtubules (3) 3
mitochondrial genome (3) 3
mouthparts (3) 3
origins (3) 3
phylogenetic analysis (3) 3
postembryonic development (3) 3
protons (3) 3
protura (3) 3
more...
Language Language
Publication Date Publication Date
Click on a bar to filter by decade
Slide to change publication date range


Journal of Morphology, ISSN 0362-2525, 11/2017, Volume 278, Issue 11, pp. 1469 - 1489
Journal Article
Scientific Reports, ISSN 2045-2322, 12/2017, Volume 7, Issue 1, pp. 12597 - 9
The lateral body plate pleuron is a significant structure in insects that contributes to the development and elaboration of wings and limbs (appendages).... 
EXTERNAL MORPHOLOGY INSECTA | MACHILIDAE | HEXAPODS | EMBRYONIC-DEVELOPMENT | UNIMACULATUS MACHIDA | APPENDAGES | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | BEETLE | JUMPING BRISTLETAIL | COLEOPTERA | Scanning electron microscopy | Vacuum | Wings | Muscles | Thorax | Appendages | Spiracles
Journal Article
The FEBS Journal, ISSN 1742-464X, 04/2016, Volume 283, Issue 8, pp. 1453 - 1464
The voltage‐gated proton channel 1 (HV1) is an important component of the cellular proton extrusion machinery and is essential for charge compensation during... 
insect | patch clamp | ion channel | HVCN1 | structure–function | structure-function | Protons | Insects | Aspartate | Ions | Cellular biology | Conduction | Amino acids | Selectivity | pH effects | Machinery | Channels | Data bases | Phagocytes | Eukaryotes | Databases | Functional anatomy | Compensation | pH | Potassium channels (voltage-gated) | Gating | Assembly | Nucleotide sequence | Channel gating | Gene expression | Extrusion | Respiratory burst | Bursting | Mutation
Journal Article
Systematic Entomology, ISSN 0307-6970, 04/2011, Volume 36, Issue 2, pp. 241 - 266
External and internal head structures of adults of Galloisiana yuasai (Grylloblattodea) are described. The results are compared with conditions found in... 
CIRCULATORY ORGANS | SPERM STRUCTURE | ANATOMY | EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY | HEXAPODA | MITOCHONDRIAL GENOMICS | MOUTH-PARTS | ENTOMOLOGY | PHYLOGENETIC IMPLICATIONS | MANTOPHASMATODEA INSECTA | MUSCULATURE | GALLOISIANA-YUASAI | Insects | Analysis | Trees | Head | Nomenclature | Teeth | Muscles | Data processing | Ommatidia | Phylogeny | Antennae | Nuclei | Hypopharynx | Mouth | Mouthparts | Sutures | Sampling
Journal Article
SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, ISSN 2045-2322, 03/2019, Volume 9, Issue 1, pp. 5338 - 8
Loss of sex and recombination is generally assumed to impede the effectiveness of purifying selection and to result in the accumulation of slightly deleterious... 
RATES | RECOMBINATION | PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSIS | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | EVOLUTIONARY CONSERVATION | SEX | POLYPLOIDY | SELECTION | POPULATION-SIZE | HISTORY | Population studies | Recombination | Mutation | Gene expression
Journal Article
Arthropod Structure and Development, ISSN 1467-8039, 11/2018, Volume 47, Issue 6, pp. 643 - 654
We aimed to describe the development and ultrastructure of the thickened serosa and serosal cuticle formed beneath the embryo of Plecoptera, using of... 
Egg membranes | Thickened serosa | Amnioserosal fold | Ultrastructure | Plecoptera | Serosal cuticle | PHYLOGENY | HEXAPODA | MEMBRANES | ENTOMOLOGY | SPECIAL EMPHASIS | EGG CAPSULE | EXTERNAL MORPHOLOGY INSECTA | ISSIKI LEPIDOPTERA | EVOLUTION | TIBIALIS PICTET PLECOPTERA | GRASSHOPPER | Embryonic development | Embryo
Journal Article
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, ISSN 0024-4082, 08/2015, Volume 174, Issue 4, pp. 718 - 732
The exclusive use of characters coding for specific life stages may bias tree reconstruction. If characters from several life stages are coded, the type of... 
Zygoptera | head anatomy | muscles | Anisozygoptera | Epiophlebia | convergence | Anisoptera | larva | microCT | multistate | character coding | MicroCT | Character coding | Larva | Muscles | Convergence | Head anatomy | Multistate | MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERS | TRUE LARVA | CLASSIFICATION | INSECTA | IDENTIFICATION | CLADISTIC-ANALYSIS | ASSUMPTIONS | ZOOLOGY | COLEOPTERA
Journal Article
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, ISSN 0027-8424, 02/2019, Volume 116, Issue 8, pp. 3024 - 3029
Polyneoptera represents one of the major lineages of winged insects, comprising around 40,000 extant species in 10 traditional orders, including grasshoppers,... 
Lower winged insects | Neoptera | Polyneoptera | Phylogenomics | Pterygota | SYSTEM | PHYLOGENY | HEXAPODA | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | STONEFLIES | ORDER | ORIGINS | lower winged insects | SELECTION | phylogenomics | Entomology | Terrestrial environments | Biting | Phylogeny | Aquatic insects | Habitat preferences | Grasshoppers | Aquatic environment | Social behavior | Wings | Insects | Mouthparts | Phylogenetics | Evolution | Adults | Appendages | Biological Sciences
Journal Article
by Misof, Bernhard and Liu, Shanlin and Meusemann, Karen and Peters, Ralph S and Donath, Alexander and Mayer, Christoph and Frandsen, Paul B and Ware, Jessica and Flouri, Tomáš and Beutel, Rolf G and Niehuis, Oliver and Petersen, Malte and Izquierdo-Carrasco, Fernando and Wappler, Torsten and Rust, Jes and Aberer, Andre J and Aspöck, Ulrike and Aspöck, Horst and Bartel, Daniela and Blanke, Alexander and Berger, Simon and Böhm, Alexander and Buckley, Thomas R and Calcott, Brett and Chen, Junqing and Friedrich, Frank and Fukui, Makiko and Fujita, Mari and Greve, Carola and Grobe, Peter and Gu, Shengchang and Huang, Ying and Jermiin, Lars S and Kawahara, Akito Y and Krogmann, Lars and Kubiak, Martin and Lanfear, Robert and Letsch, Harald and Li, Yiyuan and Li, Zhenyu and Li, Jiguang and Lu, Haorong and Machida, Ryuichiro and Mashimo, Yuta and Kapli, Pashalia and McKenna, Duane D and Meng, Guanliang and Nakagaki, Yasutaka and Navarrete-Heredia, José Luis and Ott, Michael and Ou, Yanxiang and Pass, Günther and Podsiadlowski, Lars and Pohl, Hans and Von Reumont, Björn M and Schütte, Kai and Sekiya, Kaoru and Shimizu, Shota and Slipinski, Adam and Stamatakis, Alexandros and Song, Wenhui and Su, Xu and Szucsich, Nikolaus U and Tan, Meihua and Tan, Xuemei and Tang, Min and Tang, Jingbo and Timelthaler, Gerald and Tomizuka, Shigekazu and Trautwein, Michelle and Tong, Xiaoli and Uchifune, Toshiki and Walzl, Manfred G and Wiegmann, Brian M and Wilbrandt, Jeanne and Wipfler, Benjamin and Wong, Thomas K. F and Wu, Qiong and Wu, Gengxiong and Xie, Yinlong and Yang, Shenzhou and Yang, Qing and Yeates, David K and Yoshizawa, Kazunori and Zhang, Qing and Zhang, Rui and Zhang, Wenwei and Zhang, Yunhui and Zhao, Jing and Zhou, Chengran and Zhou, Lili and Ziesmann, Tanja and Zou, Shijie and Li, Yingrui and Xu, Xun and Zhang, Yong and Yang, Huanming and Wang, Jian and Wang, Jun and Kjer, Karl M and ...
Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 11/2014, Volume 346, Issue 6210, pp. 763 - 767
Insects are the most speciose group of animals, but the phylogenetic relationships of many major lineages remain unresolved. We inferred the phylogeny of... 
EVIDENCE CONVERGE | HOLOMETABOLOUS INSECTS | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | LIGHT | Animals | Genetic Code | Time Factors | Insecta - classification | Genomics | Insect Proteins - genetics | Genome, Insect | Phylogeny | Insect Proteins - classification | Insecta - genetics | Phylogenetics | Insects | Evolutionary biology | Origins | Evolutionary | Genes | Hips | Amino acids | Nucleotides
Journal Article