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"The Development of the Turtle Carapace" (1989), by Ann Campbell Burke

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  title={"The Development of the Turtle Carapace" (1989), by Ann Campbell Burke},
  author={Ann Campbell Burke},
  year={2018}
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Ann Campbell Burke examines the development and evolution [5] of vertebrates, in particular, turtles [6]. Her Harvard University [7] experiments, described in "Development of the Turtle Carapace [4]: Implications for the Evolution of a Novel Bauplan," were published in 1989. Burke used molecular techniques to investigate the developmental mechanisms responsible for the formation of the turtle shell. Burke's work with turtle embryos has provided empirical evidence for the hypothesis that the… Expand

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