Comparison of articulate brachiopod nuclear and mitochondrial gene trees leads to a clade–based redefinition of protostomes (Protostomozoa) and deuterostomes (Deuterostomozoa)

@article{Cohen1998ComparisonOA,
  title={Comparison of articulate brachiopod nuclear and mitochondrial gene trees leads to a clade–based redefinition of protostomes (Protostomozoa) and deuterostomes (Deuterostomozoa)},
  author={Bernard Lande Cohen and Sara Stark and A. B. Gawthrop and M. E. Burke and Charles W. Thayer},
  journal={Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences},
  year={1998},
  volume={265},
  pages={475 - 482}
}
  • Bernard Lande Cohen, Sara Stark, +2 authors Charles W. Thayer
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    Proceedings of the Royal…
    1998
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Nuclear and mtDNA sequences from selected short–looped terebratuloid (terebratulacean) articulate brachiopods yield congruent and genetically independent phylogenetic reconstructions by parsimony, neighbor–joining and maximum likelihood methods, suggesting that both sources of data are reliable guides to brachiopod species phylogeny. The present–day genealogical relationships and geographical distributions of the tested terebratuloid brachiopods are consistent with a tethyan dispersal and… CONTINUE READING

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