Deuterostomia References

Deuterostomia References

Metazoa ├─Porifera (paraphyletic?) └─┬─Radiata └─Bilateria ├─Deuterostomia │ ├─Vetulicolia │ └─┬─Chordata │ └─Ambulacraria │ ├─Hemichordata │ └─┬─Vetulocystidae │ └─Homalozoa(grade) │ └─Echinodermata └─Protostomia ├─Ecdysozoa └─Lophotrochozoa



Arenas-Mena, C, AR Cameron & EH Davidson (2000), Spatial expression of Hoxcluster genes in the ontogeny of a sea urchin. Development 127: 4631-4643. Deuterostomia.

Boorman, CJ & SM Shimeld 2002), The evolution of left-right asymmetry in chordates. BioEssays 24: 1004-1011. Deuterostomia.

Bourlat, SJ, C Nielsen, AE Lockyer, DTJ Littlewood & MJ Telford (2003), Xenoturbella is a deuterostome that eats molluscs. Nature 424: 925-928. Ambulacraria.

Briggs, DEG, BS Lieberman, SL Halgedahl & RD Jarrard (2005), A new metazoan from the Middle Cambrian of Utah and the nature of Vetulicolia. Palaeontology 48: 681-686. Vetulicolia.

Cameron, CB (2005), A phylogeny of the hemichordates based on morphological characters. Can. J. Zool. 83: 196–215. Deuterostomia.

Cameron, CB, JR Garey & BJ Swalla (2000), Evolution of the chordate body plan: New insights from phylogenetic analyses of deuterostome phyla. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. (USA) 97: 4469-4474. Deuterostomia.

Cooke, J (2004), The evolutionary origins and significance of vertebrate left-right organisation. BioEssays 26: 413-421. Deuterostomia.

Davidson, EH, KJ Peterson & RA Cameron (1995), Origin of bilaterian body plans: Evolution of developmental regulatory mechanisms. Science, 270: 1319-1325. Deuterostomia.

Dzik, J (1995), Yunnanozoon and the ancestry of chordates. Acta Pal. Pol. 40: 341-360. Vetulicolia.

Furlong, RF & PWH Holland (2002), Bayesian phylogenetic analysis supports monophyly of Ambulacraria and of cyclostomes. Zool. Sci. 19: 593-599. Ambulacraria.

Gee, H (2003), You aren't what you eat. Nature 424: 885-886. Ambulacraria.

Giribet G, & C Ribera (1998), The position of arthropods in the animal kingdom: a search for a reliable outgroup for internal arthropod phylogeny. Mol Phylogen. Evol. 9: 481-488. Deuterostomia.

Haszprunar, G, RM Rieger & P Schuchert (1991), Extant "problematica" within or near the Metazoa, in AM Simonetta & S Conway Morris [eds.], The Early Evolution of Metazoa and the Significance of Problematic Taxa, Cambridge Univ. Press, pp. 99-105. Ambulacraria.

Heinzeller, T & U Welsch 1999), The complex of notochord / neural plate in chordates and the complex of hydrocoel / ectoneural cord in echinoderms - analogous or homologous? in MD Candia Carnevalli & F Bonasoro [eds.], Echinoderm Research 1998. AA Balkema, pp. 285-290. Deuterostomia.

Helfenbein, KG, HM Fourcade, RG Vanjani & JL Boore (2004), The mitochondrial genome of Paraspadella gotoi is highly reduced and reveals that chaetognaths are a sister group to protostomes. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA) 101: 10639-10643. Deuterostomia.

Israelsson, O (1999), New light on the enigmatic Xenoturbella (phylum uncertain): ontogeny and phylogeny. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B 266: 835-841. Ambulacraria.

Jefferies, RPS (1986), The Ancestry of the Vertebrates. Brit. Mus. (Nat. Hist.). Deuterostomia, Vetulocystidae.

Lacalli, TC (2002), Vetulicolians - are they deuterostomes? Chordates? BioEssays 24: 208-211. Vetulicolia.

Lacalli, TC, THJ Gilmour & SJ Kelly (1999), The oral nerve plexus in amphioxus larvae: function, cell types and phylogenetic significance, Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B 266: 1461-1470. Deuterostomia.

Maddison, DR (2002), Deuterostomia, in The Tree of Life (acc. 050815). Deuterostomia.

Miller, SA & JP Harley (1996), Zoology [3rd ed.] Wm. C. Brown Publishers. Deuterostomia.

Minguillon, C & J Garcia-Fernandez (2002), The single amphioxus Mox gene: Insights into the functional evolution of Mox genes, somites, and the asymmetry of amphioxus somitogenesis. Devel. Biol. 246: 455-465. Deuterostomia.

Mooi, R (2001), Not all written in stone: Interdisciplinary syntheses in echinoderm paleontology. Can. J. Zool. 79: 1209-1231. Ambulacria.

Peterson, KJ & DJ Eernisse (2001), Animal phylogeny and the ancestry of bilaterians: inferences from morphology and 18S rDNA gene sequences. Evol. Devel. 3: 170-205. Deuterostomia.

Shu, D-G, S Conway Morris, J Han, L Chen, X-L Zhang, Z-F Zhang, H-Q Liu, Y Li, & J-N Liu (2001), Primitive deuterostomes from the Chengjiang Lagerstätte (Lower Cambrian, China). Nature 414: 419-424. Deuterostomia, Vetulicolia.

Shu, D-G, S Conway Morris, J Han, Z-F Zhang & J-N Liu (2004), Ancestral echinoderms from the Chengjiang deposits of China. Nature 430: 422-428. Vetulocystidae.

Shu, D-G, S Conway Morris, X-L Zhang, L Chen, Y Li & J Han (1999), A pipiscid-like fossil from the Lower Cambrian of South China. Nature 400: 746-749. Vetulicolia.

Shu, D-G, S Conway Morris, Z-F Zhang, J-N Liu, J Han, L Chen, X-L Zhang, K Yasui & Y Li. (2003), A new species of yunnanozoan with implications for deuterostome evolution. Science 299: 1380-1384. Vetulicolia.

Winchell, CJ, J Sullivan, CB Cameron, BJ Swalla, & J Mallatt (2002), Evaluating hypotheses of deuterostome phylogeny and chordate evolution with new LSU and SSU ribosomal DNA data. Mol. Biol. Evol. 19: 762–776. Ambulacraria.

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