The Vertebrates References

Vertebrata References

Abbreviated Dendrogram
Chordata │ └─Craniata ├─Myllokunmingia └─┬─Myxinoidea └─Vertebrata ├─Jamoytiiformes ├─Hyperoartia (= Petromyzontiformes) └─┬─Conodonta └─┬─Anaspida └─┬─Pteraspidomorphi ╘═╤═Thelodonti ╘═╤═Cephalaspidomorphi └─Gnathostomata



Benton, M. J. 2005. Vertebrate Paleontology. Third Edition. Blackwell Publishing
Systematics - Update,

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

Chen, J-Y, D-Y Huang & C-W Li (1999), An early Cambrian craniate-like chordate, Nature 402: 518-522.

Delabre, Christiane et al. (2002). "Complete Mitochondrial DNA of the Hagfish, Eptatretus burgeri: The Comparative Analysis of Mitochondrial DNA Sequences Strongly Supports the Cyclostome Monophyly". Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 22 (2): 184-192
Systematics - Update,

Donoghue, PCJ, PL Forey & RJ Aldridge 2000), Conodont affinity and chordate phylogeny. Biol. Rev. 75: 191-251.
Systematics, Vertebrata.

Donoghue, P. C. J. and Purnell, M. A. 2009. Distinguishing heat from light in debate over controversial fossils. BioEssays, 31, 178–189.
Jamoytiiformes - Overview.

Robert W. Gess, Michael I. Coates & Bruce S. Rubidge, A lamprey from the Devonian period of South Africa, Nature 443, 981-984 (26 October 2006), doi:10.1038/nature05150

Gürsoy, Halil-Cem; Koper, Dorota, & Benecke, Bernd-Joachim (2000.). "The Vertebrate 7S K RNA Separates Hagfish (Myxine glutinosa) and Lamprey (Lampetra fluviatilis)". Journal of Molecular Evolution 50 (5): 456–464. doi:10.1007/s002390010048. PMID 10824089.
Systematics - Update,

Janvier, P (1996), Early Vertebrates, Oxford, 393 pp.
Systematics, Jamoytiiformes - Overview.

Janvier, Philippe. 1997. Hyperoartia. Lampreys. Version 01 January 1997 (under construction). in The Tree of Life Web Project,
Mayomyzon, Pipiscius, Petromyzontidae.

Janvier, P (1999), Catching the first fish. Nature 402: 21-22.
Craniata, Hyperoartia.

Janvier P (2003) Vertebrate characters and Cambrian vertebrates. CR Palevol 2: 523–531

Janvier, P, 2007a , Living Primitive Fishes and Fishes from Deep Time, pp. 1-53, David J. McKenzie, Anthony Peter Farrell, Colin J. Brauner, Primitive fishes, Elsevier Academic Press
Systematics - Update,

Janvier P. 2007b Homologies and evolutionary transitions in early vertebrate history. In Major Transitions in Vertebrate Evolution Ed by JS Anderson, H-D Sues, Indiana University Press, Bloomington, pp 57-121
Systematics - Update,

Janvier, P. 2008. Early jawless vertebrates and cyclostome origins. Zoological Science. 25: 1045-1056.
Systematics - Update,

Janvier, P. 2010, microRNAs revive old views about jawless vertebrate divergence and evolution, Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, November 9, 2010 vol. 107 no. 45 19137-19138 online
Systematics - Update,

Heimberg AM, Cowper-Sal·lari R, Sémon M, Donoghue PCJ, Peterson KJ (2010) microRNAs reveal the interrelationships of hagfish, lampreys, and gnathostomes and the nature of the ancestral vertebrate. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 107:19379-19383. online
Systematics - Update,

Kuraku, Shigehiro, Meyer, Axel, & Kuratani, Shigeru (2009a). "Timing of Genome Duplications Relative to the Origin of the Vertebrates: Did Cyclostomes Diverge before, or after?". Molecular Biololgy & Evolution 26 (1): 47-59. doi:10.1093/molbev/msn222.
Systematics - Update,

Kuraku, Shigehiro, Ota, Kinya G., & Kuratani, Shigeru, S. Blair (2009b). "Jawless fishes (Cyclostomata)". In S.B. Hedges & S. Kumar. Timetree of Life. oxford University Press. pp. 317-319. ISBN 978-0-19-953503-3.
Systematics - Update,

Sansom, R. S., Freedman, K., Gabbott, S. G., Aldridge, R. A. and Purnell, M. A. 2010a. Taphonomy and affinity of an enigmatic Silurian vertebrate Jamoytius kerwoodi White. Palaeontology 53: 1393-1409.
Systematics - Update, Haikouichthys, Jamoytiiformes - Overview, Jamoytiiformes, Jamoytius. Hyperoartia.

Sansom, R. S., Gabbott, S. E. and PurnelL, M. A. 2010b. Non-random decay of characters causes bias in fossil interpretation. Nature, 463, 797–800.
Jamoytiiformes - Overview.

Shu, DG (2003). "A paleontological perspective of vertebrate origin." Chinese Science Bulletin 48 (8), 725-735. p. DOI : 10.1007/BF03187041 . ISSN 1001-6538.
Haikouichthys, Zhongjianichthys

Shu, D-G, H-L Luo, SC Morris, X-L Zhang, S-X Hu, L Chen, J Han, M Zhu, Y Li & L-Z Chen (1999), Lower Cambrian vertebrates from South China. Nature 402: 42-46.
Craniata, Vertebrata, Hyperoartia.

D.-G. Shu, S. Conway Morris, J. Han, Z.-F. Zhang, K. Yasui, P. Janvier, L. Chen, X.-L. Zhang, J.-N. Liu, Y. Li & H.-Q. Liu, 2003, Head and backbone of the Early Cambrian vertebrate Haikouichthys, Letters to Nature, Nature 421, 526-529 (30 January 2003) | doi:10.1038/nature01264;

LBH Tarlo (1967), Agnatha, in WB Harland et al. (eds.), The Fossil Record, The Geological Society, pp.629-636.
Jamoytiiformes - Overview.

Wilson, MVH & MW Caldwell (1998), The Furcacaudiformes: a new order of jawless vertebrates with thelodont scales, based on articulated Silurian and Devonian fossils from Northern Canada. J. Vert. Paleontol. 18: 10-29.

Zimmer, C (2000), In search of vertebrate origins: beyond brain and bone, Science 287: 1576.

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