Conodont affinity and chordate phylogeny.

@article{Donoghue2000ConodontAA,
  title={Conodont affinity and chordate phylogeny.},
  author={Philip C. J. Donoghue and Peter L. Forey and Richard J. Aldridge},
  journal={Biological reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society},
  year={2000},
  volume={75 2},
  pages={
          191-251
        }
}
  • Philip C. J. Donoghue, Peter L. Forey, Richard J. Aldridge
  • Published in
    Biological reviews of the…
    2000
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Current information on the conodonts Clydagnathus windsorensis (Globensky) and Promissum pulchrum Kovács-Endrödy, together with the latest interpretations of conodont hard tissues, are reviewed and it is concluded that sufficient evidence exists to justify interpretation of the conodonts on a chordate model. [...] Key Method A new phylogenetic analysis is undertaken, consisting of 17 chordate taxa and 103 morphological, physiological and biochemical characters; conodonts are included as a primary taxon.Expand Abstract

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