Biodiversity redistribution under climate change: Impacts on ecosystems and human well-being
The negative effects of climate change cannot be adequately anticipated or prepared for unless species responses are explicitly included in decision-making and global strategic frameworks, and feedbacks on climate itself are documented.
Southern Ocean diversity: new paradigms from molecular ecology.
Molecular phylogeny of coleoid cephalopods (Mollusca: Cephalopoda) using a multigene approach; the effect of data partitioning on resolving phylogenies in a Bayesian framework.
The thermohaline expressway: the Southern Ocean as a centre of origin for deep‐sea octopuses
- J. Strugnell, A. Rogers, P. Prodöhl, M. Collins, A. Allcock
- Environmental Science, BiologyCladistics
- 1 December 2008
It is suggested that the initiation of the global thermohaline circulation provided a mechanism for the radiation of Southern Ocean fauna into the deep sea and acted as an evolutionary driver enabling the Southern Ocean to become a centre of origin for deep‐sea fauna.
The Future of Aquatic Protein: Implications for Protein Sources in Aquaculture Diets
Cephalopod genomics: A plan of strategies and organization
- Caroline B Albertin, L. Bonnaud, C. W. Ragsdale
- BiologyStandards in Genomic Sciences
- 26 September 2012
The Cephalopod Sequencing Consortium (CephSeq Consortium) was established at a NESCent Catalysis Group Meeting held in Durham, North Carolina, USA on May 24–27, 2012 to address the pressing need for genome sequencing of cephalipod mollusks.
Cryptic speciation and the circumpolarity debate: A case study on endemic Southern Ocean octopuses using the COI barcode of life
Taking Steps toward Marine and Coastal Ecosystem-Based Management: An Introductory Guide
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Divergence time estimates for major cephalopod groups: evidence from multiple genes
- J. Strugnell, J. Jackson, A. Drummond, A. Cooper
- Biology, Environmental ScienceCladistics
- 1 February 2006
The data support a Paleozoic origin of the Orders Vampyromorpha, Octopoda and the majority of the extant higher level decapodiform taxa and appear to have been obscured due to an ancient diversification of this group.
What can the mitochondrial genome reveal about higher-level phylogeny of the molluscan class Cephalopoda?
The first analysis of cephalopod mitochondrial gene order is presented and phylogenies based on gene order using Bayesian, distance, and parsimony analysis methods are constructed.