Ecdysozoan mitogenomics: evidence for a common origin of the legged invertebrates, the Panarthropoda

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Rota-Stabelli, O.; Kayal, E.; Gleeson, D.; Daub, J.; Boore, J. L.; Telford, M. J.; Pisani, D.; Blaxter, M.; Lavrov, D. V.;
(2010)
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
  • Journal: volume 2,pages425-440eissn: 1759-6653
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1093/gbe/evq030, pmc: PMC2998192
  • Subject: Arachnida | Arthropods | Evolution, Molecular | Nematoda | Arthropoda | Gene Order | Models, Genetic | strand asymmetry | Tardigrada | mitogenomics | Phylogeny | Base Composition | Research Articles | Animals | Gene Rearrangement | Genome, Mitochondrial | long branch attraction | Animals, Arachnida, Arthropods, Base Composition, DNA, Mitochondrial, Evolution, Molecular, Gene Order, Gene Rearrangement, Genome, Mitochondrial, Invertebrates, Models, Genetic, Nematoda, Phylogeny, Tardigrada | Invertebrates | DNA, Mitochondrial

Ecdysozoa is the recently recognized clade of molting animals that comprises the vast majority of extant animal species and the most important invertebrate model organisms--the fruit fly and the nematode worm. Evolutionary relationships within the ecdysozoans remain, ho... View more
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