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Arthropod phylogeny revisited, with a focus on crustacean relationships.
Higher-level arthropod phylogenetics is an intensely active field of research, not least as a result of the hegemony of molecular data. However, not all areas of arthropod phylogenetics have so farExpand
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Genetic background of nonsyndromic oligodontia: a systematic review and meta-analysis
ObjectivesThe goal of this work was to identify all known gene mutations that have been associated with the development of nonsyndromic oligodontia.MethodsA systematic literature search was performedExpand
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Phylogenetic analysis and systematic revision of Remipedia (Nectiopoda) from Bayesian analysis of molecular data
We performed a phylogenetic analysis of the crustacean class Remipedia. For this purpose, we generated sequences of three different molecular markers, 16S rRNA (16S), histone 3 (H3), and cytochrome cExpand
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Post‐embryonic development of remipede crustaceans
SUMMARY During diving explorations of anchialine cave systems on Abaco Island, Bahamas, we collected five larvae that represent different developmental stages of remipede crustaceans. Based on fourExpand
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Ad hoc laboratory-based surveillance of SARS-CoV-2 by real-time RT-PCR using minipools of RNA prepared from routine respiratory samples
Abstract Background A novel coronavirus, severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), emerged in China in lateExpand
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Severe external apical root resorption—local cause or genetic predisposition?
BackgroundCurrent data suggest that a large extent of the variation in orthodontic root resorption may be explained by differences in individual genetic predisposition. This would imply, however, aExpand
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The post-embryonic development of Remipedia (Crustacea)—additional results and new insights
The post-embryonic development of a species of the enigmatic crustacean group Remipedia is described in detail for the first time under various aspects. Applying a molecular approach, we can clearlyExpand
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A new, disjunct species of Speleonectes (Remipedia, Crustacea) from the Canary Islands
We describe Speleonectes atlantida n. sp. as the third species of Remipedia that was found outside the main distribution area of this group in the Caribbean region. S. atlantida was collected by caveExpand
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Phylogenetic analysis of Remipedia (Crustacea)
We present a cladistic analysis of the crustacean class Remipedia, including all 17 extant species currently assigned to the order Nectiopoda, with the Carboniferous fossil Tesnusocaris serving as anExpand
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