Bibliografía - Extraterrestre

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  • 1.- 1995, William McGinnis y Michael Kuziora.-Arquitectos moleculares del diseño corporal. Investigación y Ciencia 220
  • 2.- 1990, Eddy M. De Robertis, Guillermo Oliver y Christopher V. E. Wright.-Genes con homeobox y el plan corporal de los vertebrados. Investigación y Ciencia  168.
  • 3.- 1991, Peter R. Grant.-La selección natural y los pinzones de Darwin. Investigación y Ciencia 183
  • 4.- 1998, Javier Capdevilla, Concepción Rodriguez Esteban y Juan Carlos Ipisua Belmonte.- Arquitectura molecular de la extremidad de vertebrados. Investigación y Ciencia 267
  • 5.-1999, Melanie L.J. Stiassny y Axel Meyer.-Ciclidos de los lagos de Africa oriental. Investigación y Ciencia 271
  • 6.- 2018, Philip R. Reno.-Pérdidas de ADN en nuestra evolución. Investigación y Ciencia 499.
  • 7.- 2008.- Sean B. Carroll, Benjamin Prud´home y Nicolas Gompel.-La regulación de la evolución. Investigación y Ciencia 382.
  • 8.-1978.- Francisco J. Ayala.-Mecanismos de la evolución. Investigación y Ciencia 26.
  • 9.-1878.-Neil B. Todd.- Gatos y vías comerciales, Investigación y Ciencia 16.
  • 10.-1983.-Wilson G. Pond .- Avances en la produccion porcina, Investigación y Ciencia 82.
  • 11.-2007.- David.J.Waters y Kathleen Wildasin.-Oncología canina. Investigación y Ciencia 365.
  • 12.- 1990.-  Roger A. Hestrom y Dilip K, Kondepudi.-La quiralidad del universo. Investigación y Ciencia 162
  • 13.-2018.- Derek E. Moulton, Alain Goriely y Regis Chirat .- ¿Cómo se forman las conchas marinas?. Investigación y Ciencia 501.
  • 14.-1982.-David Policansky.-La asimetría de las platijas. Investigación y Ciencia 70.  
  • 15.- 1982 .-Florence Moog.- El revestimiento del intestino delgado. Investigación y Ciencia 64.
  • 16.- 1983.-Marc H. Raibert e Ivan E. Sutherland.- Máquimas que caminan. Investigación y Ciencia 78.
  • 17.-1977.- T.J. Dawson.- Canguros. Investigación y Ciencia 13.
  • 18.-1977.- Keir Pearson.- El control de la marcha. Investigación y Ciencia 5.
  • 19.-1987.- Paul W. Webb.- Forma y función en la locomoción de los peces. Investigación y Ciencia  96.
  • 20.-1985.- Hal Whitehead.- Por qué saltan las ballenas. Investigación y Ciencia 104.  
  • 21.-1998.-Javier Capdevila, Concepción Rodriguez Esteban y Juam Carlos Izpisúa Belmonte.-Arquitectura molecular de la extremidad de vertebrados. Investigación y Ciencia 267.
  • 22.-2010.-Irene Delgado y Marian Ros.- Focomelia. Investigación y Ciencia 400.
  • 23.-1978.-J.William Schopf.- La evolución de las células primitivas. Investigación y Ciencia 26.
  • 24.-1980.- Richard E. Dickerson.- El citocromo c y la evolución del metabolismo energético.  Investigación y Ciencia 44.
  • 25.-2013.- Alex de Mendoza, Arnau Sebé Pedrós e Iñaqui Ruiz Trillo.- El origen de la multicelularidad. Investigación y Ciencia 437.
  • 26.-1981.- Carl R. Woese.- Archibacterias. Investigación y Ciencia 59.
  • 27.-1987.-James J. Childress, Horst Felbeck y George N. Somero.- Simbiosis en las profundidades marinas.  Investigación y Ciencia 130.
  • 28.- 2004.- Carrie Arnold.- Las metanobacterias. Investigación y Ciencia 454.
  • 29.- 1981.-Ken C. Macdonald y Bruce P. Luyendyk.- La cresta de la dorsal del Pacífico oriental. Investigación y Ciencia 58.
  • 30.-1983.- John M. Edmond y Karen Von Damn.- Fuentes termales en el fondo del océano. Investigación y Ciencia 81.
  • 31.-2004.- James F. Kasting.- Cuando el metano regulaba el clima. Investigación y Ciencia 336.
  • 32.- 2000.-SALVINI-PLAWEN, L.V.-What is convergent:homoplastic in Pogonophora?. J. Zool. Syst. Evol. Research 38; 133-147.
  • 33.-2001.- Anja Schulze.- Comparative Anatomy of Excretory Organs in Vestimentiferan Tube Worms (Pogonophora, Obturata). JOURNAL OF MORPHOLOGY 250:1–11.
  • 34.-2005.- Eve C. Southward, Anja Schulze & Stephen L. Gardiner.- Pogonophora (Annelida): form and function. Hydrobiologia 535/536: 227–251.
  • 35.-2007.- M. Deguchi, N. Kubota, A. Matsuno, M. Kanemori, Y. Fukumori and Y. Sasayama.- Actual distribution of bacteriocytes in the trophosome of a beard worm (Oligobrachia mashikoi , Siboglinidae, Annelida): clarification using whole-mount in situ hybridization.  Acta Zoologica (Stockholm) 88: 129–135.
  • 36.-2007.- O. M. Ivanova-Kazas. On the Problem of the Origin of Pogonophora. Russian Journal of Marine Biology, 33 (5); 338–342.
  • 37.-1978.-James W. Valentine.- La evolución de las plantas y los animales pluricelulares. Investigación y Ciencia 26.
  • 38.-2008.-Sean B. Carroll, Benjamin Prud´homme y Nicolas Gomptel.-La regulación de la evolución. Investigación y Ciencia 382.
  • 39.-2008.-Jordi Bascompte y Pedro Jordano.- Redes mutualistas de especies. Investigación y Ciencia 384.
  • 40.- 2016.-Anne Weigert & Christoph Bleidorn.-Current status of annelid phylogeny. Org Divers Evol 16:345–362.
  • 41.-2016.- Kevin M. Kocot.-On 20 years of Lophotrochozoa.- Org Divers Evol 16:329–343.
  • 42.- 2016.- Marco Barucca, Adriana Canapa and Maria Assunta Biscotti.-An Overview of Hox Genes in Lophotrochozoa: Evolution and Functionality. J. Dev. Biol. 2016, 4, 12; 2-15.
  • 43.- 2013.- O. M. IvanovaKazas.-Origin of Arthropods and of the Clades of Ecdysozoa. Russian Journal of Developmental Biology 44 (5); 221–231.
  • 44.-2014.- Hejnol A, Lowe CJ.- Animal evolution: stiff or squishy notochord origins?. Curr Biol.  24(23):R1131-R1133.
  • 45.-2015.-Nicholas D. Holland, Linda Z. Holland & Peter W. H. Holland.-Scenarios for the making of vertebrates.  NATURE  520 (453).
  • 46.-2017.- Tsai-Ming Lu , Miyuki Kanda, Noriyuki Satoh and Hidetaka Furuya.- The phylogenetic position of dicyemid mesozoans offers insights into spiraliane  volution. Lu et al. Zoological Letters (2017) 3:6
  • 47.-2016.- Budd GE, Jackson ISC.- Ecological innovations in the Cambrian and the origins of the crown group phyla. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B 371: 20150287.
  • 48.-2016.- DANIEL F. MARCHAN1, MARTA NOVO, ROSA FERNÁNDEZ, IRENE DE SOSA, DOLORES TRIGO and DARIO J. DIAZ COSIN.- Evaluating evolutionary pressures and phylogenetic signal in earthworms: a case study – the number of typhlosole lamellae in Hormogastridae (Annelida,Oligochaeta).-  Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 178; 4–14.
  • 49.-2020.- Josefin Stiller, Ekin Tilic, Vincent Rousset, Fredrik Pleijel  and Greg W. Rouse.- Spaghetti to a Tree: A Robust Phylogeny for Terebelliformia (Annelida) Based on Transcriptomes, Molecular and Morphological Data .-Biology, 9, (73) ; 2-28.
  • 50.-2013.-  Ryutaro Goto, Tomoko Okamoto, Hiroshi Ishikawa, Yoichi Hamamura, Makoto Kato.-  Molecular Phylogeny of Echiuran Worms (Phylum:Annelida) Reveals Evolutionary Pattern of Feeding Mode and Sexual Dimorphism .- PLOS ONE  8 (2) e56809.
  • 51.-2020.- Jun-Hui Lin, María E. García-Garza, Ming-Xin Lyu, Jian-Jun Wang.- A new species of Notomastus (Annelida, Capitellidae) from southern China, with remarks on its morphology and distribution.- ZooKeys 946: 1–16.
  • 52.-2020.- E. KEPPEL, G. M. RUIZ, & M. A. TOVAR–HERNÁNDEZ.- Re-description of Parasabella fullo (Grube, 1878) (Polychaeta: Sabellidae) and diagnostic characteristics for detection in California. The European Zoological Journal, 87 (1);, 105–115.
  • 53.- 2018.-Sen A, Duperron S, Hourdez S, Piquet B,Le´ger N, Gebruk A, et al.  Cryptic frenulates are the dominant chemosymbiotrophic fauna at Arctic and high latitude Atlantic cold seeps. PLoS ONE 13(12): e0209273.
  • 54.-2018.- Alexandra KERBL, Emilie Hernes VEREIDE, Brett C. GONZALEZ, Greg W. ROUSE & Katrine WORSAAE.- Two new meiofaunal species of Trilobodrilus (Dinophilidae, Annelida) from California, USA. European Journal of Taxonomy 421: 1–18.
  • 55.-2019-Katrine Worsaae & Maria Damsgaard Mikkelsen & Alejandro Martínez.- Description of six new species of Mesonerilla (Nerillidae, Annelida) and an emended description of M. intermedia Wilke, 1953, from marine and cave environments.- Marine Biodiversity 49:2141–2165.
  • 56.-2013.- Anaïd Gouveneaux and Jérôme Mallefet.- Physiological control of bioluminescence in a deep-sea planktonic worm, Tomopteris helgolandica.- The Journal of Experimental Biology 216, 4285-4289.
  • 57.-2019.- Joachim Langeneck & María Emilia Diez & Arne Nygren & Sergio Salazar-Vallejo & Luis Fernando Carrera-Parra4 & Tomás Vega Fernández & Fabio Badalamenti & Alberto Castelli & Luigi Musco.- Worming its way into Patagonia: an integrative approach reveals the cryptic invasion by Eulalia clavigera (Annelida: Phyllodocidae).- Marine Biodiversity 49:851–861.
  • 58.-2020.- Rannyele Passos Ribeiro & Guillermo Ponz-Segrelles & Conrad Helm & Bernhard Egger &M. Teresa Aguado.- A new species of Syllis Grube, 1850 including transcriptomic data and an updated phylogeny of Syllinae (Annelida: Syllidae).- Marine Biodiversity  50: 31-
  • 59.-2020.- Avery S. Hatch, Haebin Liew, Stéphane Hourdez, Greg W. Rouse.- Hungry scale worms: Phylogenetics of Peinaleopolynoe (Polynoidae, Annelida), with four new species.- ZooKeys 932: 27–74.
  • 60.-2014.- Nathalia Padovanni and Antonia Cecilia Zacagnini Amaral.- New species of the scale worm genus Pholoides (Polychaeta: Sigalionidae) from south-east Brazil.- Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 94(8), 1587–1595.
  • 61.-2017.- Nicolas Lavesque, Guillemine Daffe, Paulo Bonifácio, Pat Hutchings.- A new species of the Marphysa sanguinea complex from French waters (Bay of Biscay, NE Atlantic) (Annelida, Eunicidae). ZooKeys 716: 1–17.
  • 62.-2017.- Andres Arias, Jorge Nuñez and Hannelore Paxton.- Onuphid polychaetes associated with the Cymodocea nodosa meadows of La Gomera (Canary Islands, NW Africa) – new species and new records from the eastern North Atlantic.- Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom,  97(5), 857–869.
  • 63.-2016.- G. KURT-SAHIN, M. E. ÇINAR and O. GONULAL.- A new species of Augeneria (Polychaeta: Lumbrineridae) from deep waters of the Aegean Sea (eastern Mediterranean).- Medit. Mar. Sci., 17/3; 708-713.
  • 64.-2019.- C. MUNARI & B. EBBE .- A new species of Protodorvillea (Polychaeta: Dorvilleidae) from the Western Mediterranean Sea.- The European Zoological Journal, 2019,196–209.
  • 65.-2014.- Mindi M Summers and Greg W Rouse.- Phylogeny of Myzostomida (Annelida) and their relationships with echinoderm hosts.- Evolutionary Biology 2014, 14:170.
  • 66.- 2019.-Righi S, Maletti, Maltagliati , F, Castelli A, Barbieri M, Fai S, Prevedelli D, Simonini R.- Morphometric and molecular characterization of an expanding Ionian population of the fireworm Hermodice carunculata (Annelida). Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 99, 1569–1577.
  • 67.-2016.- Luis Ferrero-Vicente, Esther Rubio-Portillo and Alfonso Ramos-Esplá.- Sipuncula inhabiting the coral Oculina patagonica in the western Mediterranean Sea.- Marine Biodiversity Records (2016) 9:2.
  • 68.-2020.- Ekin TILIC  & Greg W. ROUSE.- Hidden in plain sight, Chaetopterus dewysee sp. nov. (Chaetopteridae, Annelida) – A new species from Southern California.- European Journal of Taxonomy 643: 1–16.
  • 69.-2012.- MARIA CAPA, JULIO PARAPAR and PAT HUTCHINGS.- Phylogeny of Oweniidae (Polychaeta) based on morphological data and taxonomic revision of Australian fauna.- Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 2012, 166, 236–278.
  • 70.-2019.- Mills K, Mortimer K .-Observations on the tubicolous annelid Magelona alleni (Magelonidae), with discussions on the relationship between morphology and behaviour of European magelonids. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 99, 715–727.
  • 71.-2017.- Aida Verdes, Danny Simpson, and Mand€e Holford.- Are Fireworms Venomous? Evidence for the Convergent Evolution of Toxin Homologs in Three Species of Fireworms (Annelida, Amphinomidae). Genome Biol. Evol. 10(1):249–268.
  • 72.-2019.- Yong Hong, Malalatiana Razafindrakoto, Eric Blanchart,Tímea Szederjesi and Csaba Csuzdi.- NEW ACANTHODRILID SPECIES FROM MADAGASCAR (CLITELLATA, ACANTHODRILIDAE). Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 65(3); 215–233.
  • 73.-2016.- T. D. Shcherbakova and A. B. Tzetlin.- Fine Structure of Agglutinated Tubes of Polychaetes of the Family Terebellidae (Annelida). Doklady Biological Sciences, 466;16–20.
  • 74.-2019.- Regan Drennan & Helena Wiklund & Greg W. Rouse & Magdalena N. Georgieva1 & XuwenWu & Genki Kobayashi &Kenji Yoshino & Adrian G. Glover._ Taxonomy and phylogeny of mud owls (Annelida: Sternaspidae), including a new synonymy and new records from the Southern Ocean, North East Atlantic Ocean and Pacific Ocean: challenges in morphological delimitation. Marine Biodiversity (2019) 49:2659–2697.
  • 75.-2015.- Tilic E, Lehrke J, Bartolomaeus T. Homology and Evolution of the Chaetae in Echiura (Annelida). PLoS ONE 10(3).
  • 76.-2015.- Anton Roßger , Karin Meißner , Andreas Bick, Carsten H. G. Muller.- Histological and ultrastructural reconstruction of ventral epidermal glands of Spio (Polychaeta, Spionidae, Annelida). Zoomorphology (2015) 134:367–382.
  • 77.-2011.- Olev Vinn , Harry A. ten Hove.- Microstructure and formation of the calcareous operculum in Pyrgopolon ctenactis and Spirobranchus giganteus (Annelida, Serpulidae). Zoomorphology (2011) 130:181–188.
  • 78.-2016.- J. ROLANDO BASTIDA-ZAVALA, ALONDRA SOFÍA RODRÍGUEZ BUELNA, JESÚS ANGEL DE LEÓN-GONZÁLEZ, KARLA ANDREA CAMACHO-CRUZ & ISABEL CARMONA.- New records of sabellids and serpulids (Polychaeta: Sabellidae, Serpulidae) from the Tropical Eastern Pacific.- Zootaxa 4184 (3): 401–457.
  • 79.-2019.- María Ana Tovar-Hernández, Patricia Salazar-Silva y Jesús Ángel de León-González.-. Lista faunística comentada de gusanos poliquetos en la bahía de La Paz, Baja California Sur, México (Annelida: Polychaeta) y nuevos registros.- Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad 90 (2019).
  • 80.- 2014.- Chris J. Law, Kelly M. Dorgan, and Greg W. Rouse.- Relating Divergence in Polychaete Musculature to Different Burrowing Behaviors: A Study Using Opheliidae (Annelida). JOURNAL OF MORPHOLOGY 275:548–571 (2014).
  • 81.-2018.- A. B. Tzetlin, A. E. Zhadan, and E. V. Vortsepneva.- Innervation of Unpaired Branchial Appendages in the Annelids Terebellides cf. stroemii (Trichobranchidae) and Cossura pygodactylata (Cossuridae). Biology Bulletin, 2018, 45 (7); 659–668.
  • 82.-2011.- Philipp Kremer, Dieter Fiege and Thomas Wehe.- Morphology and Ultrastructure of the Nephridial System of Hypania invalida (Grube, 1860)(Annelida, Polychaeta, Ampharetidae). JOURNAL OF MORPHOLOGY 272:1–11 (2011).
  • 83.-2019.- Raja Ben Ahmed & Karol Malota & Natalia Jarosz & Piotr Świątek.- Microscopic analysis of spermatogenesis and mature spermatozoa in the amphibian leech Batracobdella algira (Annelida, Clitellata, Hirudinida). Protoplasma (2019) 256:1609–1627.
  • 84.-2015.- Ulrich Kutschera, David A. Weisblat.- Leeches of the genus Helobdella as model organisms for Evo-Devo studies. Theory Biosci. (2015) 134:93–104.
  • 85.-2019.- Christer Erséus & Mårten J. Klinth & Emilia Rota & Pierre De Wit & Daniel R. Gustafsson & Svante Martinsson.- The popular model annelid Enchytraeus albidus is only one species in a complex of seashore white worms (Clitellata, Enchytraeidae). Organisms Diversity & Evolution (2019) 19:105–133.
  • 86.-2015.- Urbisz AZ, Chajec Ł, Świątek P (2015) The Ovary of Tubifex tubifex (Clitellata, Naididae,Tubificinae) Is Composed of One, Huge Germ-Line Cyst that Is Enriched with Cytoskeletal Components. PLoS ONE 10(5).
  • 87.-2011.- Eivind Oug, Torkild Bakken and Jon Anders Kongsrud.-Guide to identification of Flabelligeridae (Polychaeta) in Norwegian and adjacent waters. Norwegian Polychaete Forum Guides http://www.polychaeta.no/
  • 88.-2017.- Stepan Vodopyanov, Günter Purschke.- Fine structure of the cerebral eyes in Flabelligera affinis (Annelida, Sedentaria, Cirratuliformia): new data prove the existence of typical converse annelid multicellular eyes in a sedentary polychaete. Zoomorphology (2017) 136:307–325.
  • 89.-2016.- Michael J. Bok, María Capa, and Dan-Eric Nilsson.- Here, There and Everywhere: The Radiolar Eyes of Fan Worms (Annelida, Sabellidae). Integrative and Comparative Biology, volume 56, number 5, pp. 784–795.
  • 90.-2018.- Conrad Helm, Michael J Bok, Pat Hutchings, Elena Kupriyanova and María Capa.- Developmental studies provide new insights into the evolution of sense organs in Sabellariidae (Annelida). Helm et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology (2018) 18:149.
  • 91.-2019.- Anterior sense organs in Sabellaria alveolata (Annelida, Sedentaria, Spionida) with special reference to ultrastructure of photoreceptor elements presumably involved in shadow reflex. Zoomorphology (2019) 138:39–54.
  • 92.- 2019.-Xitan Hou, MaokaiWei, Qi Li, Tingting Zhang, Di Zhou, Dexu Kong, Yueyang Xie, Zhenkui Qin and Zhifeng Zhang . Transcriptome Analysis of Larval Segment Formation and Secondary Loss in the EchiuranWorm Urechis unicinctus. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2019, 20, 1806; 2-16
  • 93.-2017.- Dian-Han Kuo.- The polychaete-to-clitellate transition: An EvoDevo perspective. Developmental Biology 427 (2017) 230–240.
  • 94.-2018.- WU Xuwen, XU Kuidong.- Two species of Hyalinoecia Malmgren, 1867 (Polychaeta: Onuphidae) from the South China Sea, with the first record of Hyalinoecia papillata from China. Acta Oceanol. Sin., 2018, Vol. 37, No. 10, P. 140–144.
  • 95.-2016.- Hannelore Paxton.- A new species of Diopatra (Annelida: Onuphidae) from Namibia, southwestern Africa. Mar Biodiv (2016) 46:889–895.
  • 96.-2016.- Joana Zanol, Thauane dos S. C. da Silva and Pat Hutchings.- Marphysa Eunicidae, polychaete, Annelida) species of the Sanguinea group from Australia, with comments on pseudo-cryptic species. Invertebrate Biology 135(4): 328–344.
  • 97.- 2016.- Ekin Tilic & Thomas Bartolomaeus & Greg W. Rouse.- Chaetal type diversity increases during evolution of Eunicida (Annelida). Org Divers Evol (2016) 16:105–119.
  • 98.-2020.- Martin D, Gil J, Zanol J, Meca MA, Pérez Portela R (2020) Digging the diversity of Iberian bait worms Marphysa (Annelida, Eunicidae). PLoS ONE 15(1).
  • 99.-2015.- Theodore A. Uyeno  and William M. Kier.- The Structure and Function of a Muscle Articulation-Type Jaw Joint of a Polychaete Worm. JOURNAL OF MORPHOLOGY 276:403–414 (2015).
  • 100.-2019.- Aguado MT, Capa M, Lago-Barcia D, Gil J,Pleijel F, Nygren A (2019) Species delimitation in Amblyosyllis (Annelida, Syllidae). PLoS ONE 14(4).
  • 101.-2014.- Guillermo San Martin1, María Teresa Aguado and Patricia Ävarez-Campos.- Revision of the genus Megasyllis (Annelida, Syllidae) with descriptions of four new species. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 2014, 94(2), 331–351.     
  • 102.-2002.- Alexander B. TZETLIN, Thomas DAHLGREN, and Günter PURSCHKE. Ultrastructure of the Body Wall, Body Cavity, Nephridia and Spermatozoa in Four Species of the Chrysopetalidae (Annelida, “Polychaeta”). Zool. Anz. 241 (2002): 37–55.
  • 103.-2009.- ARNE NYGREN, JENNY EKLOF & FREDRIK PLEIJEL.- Arctic-boreal sibling species of Paranaitis (Polychaeta, Phyllodocidae). Marine Biology Research, 2009; 5: 315-327.
  • 104.-2015.- Ana P. Rodrigo, Maria H. Costa, António Pedro Alves de Matos, Francisco Carrapiço, and Pedro M. Costa.- A Study on the Digestive Physiology of a Marine Polychaete (Eulalia viridis) through Microanatomical Changes of Epithelia During the Digestive Cycle. Microsc. Microanal. 21, 91–101, 2015.
  • 105.-2013.- Nadezhda I Bakalenko, Elena L Novikova, Alexander Y Nesterenko and Milana A Kulakova.- Hox gene expression during postlarval development of the polychaete Alitta virens. Bakalenko et al. EvoDevo 2013, 4:13.
  • 106.-2015.- Viktor V Starunov, Nicolas Dray, Elena V Belikova, Pierre Kerner, Michel Vervoort and Guillaume Balavoine.- A metameric origin for the annelid pygidium?. Starunov et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology (2015) 15:25.
  • 107.-2019.- Viktor V. Starunov.- The organization of musculature and the nervous system in the pygidial region of phyllodocid annelids. Zoomorphology (2019) 138:55–71.
  • 108.-2020.- Tim von Palubitzki ,  Günter Purschke.- Ultrastructure of pigmented eyes in Onuphidae and Eunicidae (Annelida: Errantia: Eunicida) and its importance in understanding the evolution of eyes in Annelida. Zoomorphology (2020) 139:1–19.
  • 109.-2015.- G€unter Purschke and Kathrin H. Nowak.- Ultrastructure of pigmented eyes in Dorvilleidae (Annelida, Errantia, Eunicida) and their importance for understanding the evolution of eyes in polychaetes. Acta Zoologica (Stockholm) 96: 67–81 (January 2015).    
  • 110.-2016.- Michael Weidhase, Patrick Beckers, Christoph Bleidorn  and M. Teresa Aguado.- On the role of the proventricle region in reproduction and regeneration in Typosyllis antoni (Annelida: Syllidae). Weidhase et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology (2016) 16:196
  • 111.-2019.- Rannyele Passos Ribeiro, Guillermo Ponz-Segrelles, Christoph Bleidorn and Maria Teresa Aguado.- Comparative transcriptomics in Syllidae (Annelida) indicates that posterior regeneration and regular growth are comparable, while anterior regeneration is a distinct process. Ribeiro et al. BMC Genomics (2019) 20:855.
  • 112.-2017.- Viktor V. Starunov, Elena E. Voronezhskaya and Leonid P. Nezlin.- Development of the nervous system in Platynereis dumerilii (Nereididae, Annelida). Starunov et al. Frontiers in Zoology (2017) 14:27.
  • 113.-2017.- Aron B. Nakama, Hsien-Chao Chou and Stephan Q. Schneider.- The asymmetric cell division machinery in the spiral-cleaving egg and embryo of the marine annelid Platynereis dumerilii. Nakama et al. BMC Developmental Biology (2017) 17:16.
  • 114.-2019.- Anabelle Planquesa, Julien Malema, Julio Paraparb, Michel Vervoorta, Eve Gazavea.- Morphological, cellular and molecular characterization of posterior regeneration in the marine annelid Platynereis dumerilii. Developmental Biology 445 (2019) 189–210.
  • 115._2017._ A. S. Maiorova  and A. V. Adrianov.- Deep-Sea Sipunculans (Sipuncula) of the Northwestern Pacific. Russian Journal of Marine Biology, 2017, Vol. 43, No. 3, pp. 181–189.
  • 116.- 2015.-Carsten H.G.Muller, Jørgen Hylleberg and Peter Michalik.- Complex epidermal organs of Phascolion (Sipuncula): insights into the evolution of bimodal secretory cells in annelids. Acta Zoologica (Stockholm) 96: 343–374 (July 2015)
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