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Inorganic carbon fixation by chemosynthetic ectosymbionts and nutritional transfers to the hydrothermal vent host-shrimp Rimicaris exoculata
The shrimp Rimicaris exoculata dominates several hydrothermal vent ecosystems of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge and is thought to be a primary consumer harbouring a chemoautotrophic bacterial community inExpand
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Phylogeny and evolution of shallow‐water squat lobsters (Decapoda, Galatheoidea) from the Indo‐Pacific
Squat lobsters have a worldwide distribution and are highly visible crustaceans living in a broad range of habitats. In this study, partial sequences of two mitochondrial DNA genes (16S rRNA and COI)Expand
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An improved taxonomic sampling is a necessary but not sufficient condition for resolving inter-families relationships in Caridean decapods
Abstract During the past decade, a large number of multi-gene analyses aimed at resolving the phylogenetic relationships within Decapoda. However relationships among families, and even amongExpand
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Exploration of the Deep-Sea Fauna of Papua New Guinea
Little is known of New Guinea's deep benthic communities. In fall 2010, the Museum national d'Histoire naturelle, Institut de Recherche pour le Developpement, and University of Papua New GuineaExpand
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The early life history of tissue oxygenation in crustaceans: the strategy of the myodocopid ostracod Cylindroleberis mariae
SUMMARY We studied basic principles of respiratory physiology in Cylindroleberididae, Cylindroleberis mariae Baird 1850, which are millimetre-sized crustaceans (myodocop ostracod) having a fossilExpand
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The MUSORSTOM-TDSB deep sea benthos exploration programme (1976–2012): an overview of crustacean discoveries and new perspectives on deep-sea zoology and biogeography
RICHER DE FORGES B., CHAN T.-Y., CORBARI L., LEMAITRE R., MACPHERSON E., AHYONG S. T. & NG P. K. L. — The Musorstom-TDSB deep-sea benthos exploration program (1976-2012): An overview of crustaceanExpand
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How a low tissue O2 strategy could be conserved in early crustaceans: the example of the podocopid ostracods
SUMMARY An adaptation strategy whereby O2 partial pressure, PO2, in the tissues is maintained within a low, narrow range of 1–3 kPa, largely independent of the inspired PO2, has been reported inExpand
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An optimised protocol for barcoding museum collections of decapod crustaceans: a case-study for a 10–40-years-old collection
Abstract. The sequencing of the crustacean collection of the MNHN, Paris, constitutes a promising yet very challenging barcoding project. For the collection’s crustacean specimens preserved inExpand
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Integrative Biology of Idas iwaotakii (Habe, 1958), a ‘Model Species’ Associated with Sunken Organic Substrates
The giant bathymodioline mussels from vents have been studied as models to understand the adaptation of organisms to deep-sea chemosynthetic environments. These mussels are closely related to minuteExpand
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Biodiversity and phylogeny of Ammotheidae (Arthropoda: Pycnogonida)
The family Ammotheidae is the most diversified group of the class Pycnogonida, with 297 species described in 20 genera. Its monophyly and intergeneric relationships have been highly debated inExpand
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