A Quarterly Devoted to Malacology


Contents of Volume 108 (1994–1995)

Volume 108 Supplement 2 (August 11, 1994) - Molecular Techniques and Molluscan Phylogeny: Proceedings of a Symposium held at the Eleventh International Malacological Congress, Siena, Italy - 31 August-5 September, 1992, edited by M. G. HARASEWYCH and S. TILLIER.
  • G. M. DAVIS. Mollecular genetics and taxonomic discrimination (Plenary Lecture): 3–24
  • D. J. COLGAN and W. F. PONDER. The evolutionary consequences of restrictions on gene flow: examples from hydrobiid snails: 25–43
  • K. C. EMBERTON. Allozyme cladistics in malacology: why and how?: 44–50
  • S. L. ADAMKEWICZ and M. G. HARASEWYCH. Use of random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) markers to assess relationships among beach clams of the genus Donax: 51–60
  • J. L. BOORE and W. M. BROWN. Mitochondrial genomes and the phylogeny of mollusks: 61–78
  • J. TERRETT, S. MILES and R. H. THOMAS. The mitochondrial genome of Cepaea nemoralis (Gastropoda: Stylommatophora): gene order, base composition and heteroplasmy: 79–84
  • D. I. COOK and E. ZOUROS. The highly variable and highly mutable mitochondrial DNA molecule of the deep sea scallop Placopecten magellanicus: 85–90
  • E. RUMBAK, D. G. REID and R. H. THOMAS. Reconstruction of phylogeny of 11 species of Littorina (Gastropoda: Littorinidae) using mitochondrial DNA sequence data: 91–97
  • B. WINNEPENNINCKX, T. BACKELJAU and R. De WACHTER. Small ribosomal subunit RNA and the phylogeny of the mollusca: 98–110
  • G. ROSENBERG, G. M. DAVIS, G. S. KUNCIO and M. G. HARASEWYCH. Preliminary ribosomal RNA phylogeny of gastropod and unionoidean bivalve mollusks: 111–121
  • S. TILLIER, M. MASSELOT, J. GUERDOUX and A. TILLIER. Monophyly of major gastropod taxa tested from partial 28S rRNA sequences, with emphasis on euthyneura and hot-vent limpets Peltospiroidea: 122–140
  • J. B. GELLER and D. A. POWERS. Site-directed mutagenesis with the polymerase chain reaction for identification of sibling species of Mytilus: 141–144
  • M. LAZARIDOU-DIMITRIADOU, Y. KARAKOUSIS and A. STAIKOU. Morphological and genetic variation in Greek populations of the edible snail Helix aspersa Müller, 1774 (Gastropoda: Pulmonata): a preliminary survey (Presented as a poster): 145–155
  • T. BACKELJAU, K. BREUGELMANS, H. LEIRS, T. RODRIGUEZ, D. SHERBAKOV, T. SITNIKOVA, J. M. TIMMERMANS, J. L. VAN GOETHEM and E. VERHEYEN. Application of isoelectric focusing in molluscan systematics (Presented as a poster): 156–167
  • Index: 168–174
Volume 108 Number 4 (May 11, 1995)
  • B. A. MARSHALL. A revision of the recent Calliostoma species of New Zealand (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Trochoidea): 83–126
Volume 108 Number 3 (April 19, 1995)
  • N. S. DAYAN and R. T. DILLON. Florida as a biogeographic boundary: evidence from the population genetics of Littorina irrorata: 49–54
  • M. E. GORDAN. Venustaconcha sima (Lea), an overlooked freshwater mussel (Bivalvia: Unionoidea) from the Cumberland River basin of central Tennessee: 55–60
  • M. G. HARASEWYCH and A. R. KABAT. Richard S. Houbrick (1937–1993): biographical sketch and malacological contributions: 61–66
  • Y. A. FILIPPOVA, D. N. KHROMOV, K. N. NESIS and I. V. NIKITINA. New data on the distribution and morphology of some western Indian Ocean sepiid cuttlefishes (Cephalopoda: Sepiida): 67–79
  • J. H. MCLEAN. Three additional new genera and two replacement names for northeastern Pacific prosobranch gastropods: 80–82
Volume 108 Number 2 (March 7, 1995)
  • B. A. MARSHALL and R. HOUART. A review of the New Zealand recent species of Poirieria Jousseaume, 1880 (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Muricidae) with description of a new species: 27–33
  • R. N. KILBURN. A new species of Charitodoron (Gastropoda: Mitridae) from Mozambique, with notes on C. veneris (Barnard, 1964): 34–36
  • D. L. TIPPETT AND J. K. TUCKER. Taxonomic notes on Kenyonia Brazier and Conopleura Hinds (Gastropoda: Conoidea): 37–38
  • J. H. MCLEAN. Four new genera for northeastern pacific prosobranch gastropods: 39–41
  • J. A. SPELKE, P. E. FELL and L. L. HELVENSTON. Population structure, growth and fecundity of Melampus bidentatus (Say) from two regions of a tidal marsh complex in Connecticut: 42–47
  • News and Notices: 48
Volume 108 Number 1 (June 17, 1994)
  • B. A. MARSHALL. Deep-sea gastropods from the New Zealand region associated with recent whale bones and an Eocene turtle: 1–8
  • B. KOHL and H. E. VOKES. On the living habits of Acesta bullisi (Vokes) in chemosynthetic bottom communities, Gulf of Mexico: 9–14
  • P. J. MORRIS and W. D. ALLMON. Shell alignment for the morphometric analysis of high-spired gastropods: 15–22
  • H. G. PIERCE. On Planorbula nebraskensis Leonard, 1948, and its position in the evolutionary sequence of North American planorbulids: 23–24
  • N. E. SMITH and G. A. LANFAIR. Effects of preservatives on wet-weight biomass of the Asiatic clam, Corbicula fluminea: 25–26

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