Revised edition: Previously published as The Body in Jingling Pot, this edition of The Body in the Dales includes editorial revisions.
Author: J. R. Ellis
Publisher: Thomas & Mercer
An unpopular victim. An impossible crime. A murderer on the loose. A body is discovered deep in a cave beneath the Yorkshire Dales. Leading the investigation into the mysterious death are experienced DCI Jim Oldroyd and his partner DS Carter, a newcomer from London. The deceased is Dave Atkins, well known throughout the village but not well liked. While there is no shortage of suspects, the details of the crime leave Oldroyd and Carter stumped. How did Atkins's body end up in such a remote section of the cave? When someone with vital information turns up dead, it becomes clear that whoever is behind the murders will stop at nothing to conceal their tracks. Oldroyd and his team try to uncover the truth, but every answer unearths a new set of questions. And as secrets and lies are exposed within the close-knit community, the mystery becomes deeper, darker and more complex than the caves below.
M elinna palmata Grube This species has vascular hemoglobin, and Mangum and Dales found no trace of chlorocruorin. a. Heart-body. Kennedy and Dales (1958) detected coproporphyrin III in the heart-body, but not in the body wall or the ...
Author: Marcel Florkin
Chemical Zoology, Volume IV: Annelida, Echiura, and Sipuncula presents chemical information on zoological significance of Annelida, Echiura, and Sipuncula. This book is organized into 13 chapters that tackle the biological and biochemical aspects of these phyla. The opening chapter describes the comparative anatomy, phylogeny, and classification of Annelida, Echiura, and Sipuncula. The book goes on discussing the biological aspects of these phyla, including nutrition and digestion; respiration and energy metabolism; oxygen transport; and carbohydrate and nitrogen metabolism. This volume also covers these organisms' composition of guanidine compounds and phosphagens, lipids, inorganic components, and pigments. Other chapters deal with the growth and development, luminescence, endocrines, and pharmacologic properties of Annelida, Echiura, and Sipuncula. This book is an invaluable resource for zoologists and biochemists.
his predecessor , Regenfrith , having been killed by accident at Ormsbridge on the Derwent , the body was brought to the church ... let us make our way , by the tributary Lowdales Beck , to where its spire rises in the beautiful dale .
... the gut gradually transforms into the intestine which material from the body fluids ( Braunbeck & Dales 1984 ) . is narrower than the stomach . The intestine leads into the rectum which is attached by septa to the body wall .
Author: Pamela L. Beesley
Publisher: CSIRO PUBLISHING
A comprehensive account of Polychaetes in Australia. Based on nearly 2400 references, the authors reveal the wealth of diversity in the largely unknown world of these worm groups, in terms of their morphology, behaviour, reproduction and significance in marine ecosystems.
although absent in juveniles (→Dales and Cummings 1987). The dorsal vessel has no direct communication with the heart (→Gamble and Ashworth 1900). The heart-body is not a hemopoietic organ (producing blood cells) as in some other ...
Author: Günter Purschke
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
This book is the third volume in a series of 4 volumes in the Handbook of Zoology series treating morphology, anatomy, reproduction, development, ecology, phylogeny, systematics and taxonomy of polychaetous Annelida. It is devoted to the remaining Sedentaria and the first branches of Errantia. These sedentary polychaetes are Terebellida and Arenicolida, all of which are tube-dwelling and deposit feeders. The tubes may be simple burrows stabilized by mucus or the tubes are highly sophisticated often really aesthetic structures build-up of sediment grains glued together by their secretion. Although the former possess anterior appendages used for collecting food particles, these are likely not modified palps rather than a new acquisition. Many of these species are adapted to occur within environments characterized by low oxygen supply and so many members of these taxa possess elaborated branchiae, usually positioned on a number of anterior body segments except for Maldanidae which look like bamboo sticks and thus earned their common name bamboo worms. Members of Arenicolida and Maldanida may occur in high abundance and as such they create biogenically graded sediment beds. The Errantia part starts with Myzostomida, a group of symbiotic animals associated with echinoderms which have been variously placed within the tree of life. As such they show numerous adaptations to this specific mode of life. The next group discussed within Errantia is Protodrilida, a taxon comprising four families of the former archiannelids which belong to the interstitial fauna. Most likely they evolved by miniaturization from larger ancestors. In contrast to typical errants they do not possess well-developed parapodia and antennae. This taxon is followed by Eunicida characterized by possession of a specific jaw apparatus situated ventrally in the foregut and associated with specific musculature. Also being a species rich group showing various feeding modes some of the smallest and the largest members belong to this taxon.
Between 1490 and leaves the village , ascends High Bark 1670 , there were nearly sixty famiand continues across Rylstone Fell to lies living in this part of the dale . Just Halton Moor and thence by path to to the north - east of ...
Author: Martyn Hanks
Publisher: Hunter Publishing, Inc
In the VISITOR GUIDE series, this pocket sized book, with full colour photography and maps, is not the usual run-of-the-mill guide. The author describes places in depth, giving historical details where it is likely to enhance the visit, points out physical attractions which might easily be missed, describing their importance. Includes walks.
Author: Adam and Charles Black (Firm)Publish On: 1866
In this cavern the water sometimes rises to a considerable height , and rushes out into the open dale ; this ... the finding of the buckle , and other circumstances , led to the identification of the body , which proved to be that of a ...
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We investigated and found a corpse. Chief Dales rounded up the older officer we'd seen earlier—a guy named Jaggerman—and a younger one named Kent. Then she had to call one of the night shift in early to cover the station while they were ...
Author: Kelley Armstrong
The next anthology from the #1 New York Times bestselling Otherworld series More than a decade after Kelley Armstrong first opened the doors to the Otherworld, fans are still clamoring for more. The second in the trilogy, Otherworld Secrets, features fan-favorites such as Cassandra, Savannah, and Adam in rare and never-before-published short stories—plus a brand new novella. Fans old and new will flock to this mystery-themed volume to discover the deepest secrets of this captivating world.
Perhaps imagining dead bodies was only a regrettable side effect from her time on the South Downs and in the Yorkshire Dales, when people had truly been murdered. Murder could not be so common. Bess, Lionel and Rollo seemed delightfully ...
Author: Camilla Blythe
Publisher: Bianca Blythe
Strangers aren’t supposed to be in women’s new apartments, and this stranger is dead. Former Hollywood starlet Cora Clarke is eager to move into a flat in Bloomsbury with her pet bichon Archibald. Unfortunately, when she enters her new bedroom, a man is already there. And he’s dead. Someone in Cora’s building is a murderer. Can she discover who it is before she becomes the next victim?