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The phylogenetic system of the Mecoptera
Abstract. Many families like the Mesochoristidae, Agetopanorpidae and Permopanorpidae, which were believed by earlier writers to be Mecoptera, are members of the stem group of the AntliophoraExpand
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The phylogenetic position of the Rhachiberothinae and the basal sister‐group relationships within the Mantispidae (Neuroptera)
Abstract. The Rhachiberothinae, hitherto regarded as belonging to the Berothidae, are shown to be Mantispidae. They form the sister‐group of the Symphrasinae + Drepanicinae + Calomantispinae +Expand
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The Upper CarboniferousLithoneura lameerei (Insecta, Ephemeroptera ?)
ZusammenfassungDie Nachuntersuchung des Typus vonLithoneura lameerei aus dem Oberkarbon von Mazon Creek (Illinois) hat ergeben, daß Pflanzenreste und anorganische Strukturen irrtümlich als AntennenExpand
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Lower Permian "mecopteroid-like" insects from central Europe (Insecta, Endopterygota)
Five new genera and eight new species of endopterygote insects are described from Lower Permian (Asselian and Artinskian) strata from Moravia, Czechoslovakia. Three of the genera belong to the familyExpand
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Muscle LIM protein is upregulated in fast skeletal muscle during transition toward slower phenotypes.
Muscle LIM protein (MLP) is constitutively expressed in slow, but undetectable in fast, muscles of the rat. Here we show that MLP was upregulated at both the mRNA and protein levels underExpand
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Advances and problems in insect phylogeny
The insects were one of the first groups whose relationships were investigated using the theory and methods of phylogenetic systematics. Today, almost 50 years after Hennig’s first consideration ofExpand
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From Haeckel to Hennig: the early development of phylogenetics in German‐speaking Europe
An outline of the development of phylogenetic thinking and methodology in German literature published between 1862 and 1942 is presented. Central European biologists and palaeontologists of the firstExpand
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Reinterpretation of an alleged marine hexapod stem-group representative
Abstract The appendages of the recently described lower Devonian arthropod Devonohexapodus, originally assigned to the stem group of Hexapoda, probably have been misinterpreted. There is noExpand
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