Integrative analysis of polychaete ontogeny: cell proliferation patterns and myogenesis in trochophore larvae of Sabellaria alveolata

@article{Brinkmann2010IntegrativeAO,
  title={Integrative analysis of polychaete ontogeny: cell proliferation patterns and myogenesis in trochophore larvae of Sabellaria alveolata},
  author={Nora Brinkmann and Andreas Wanninger},
  journal={Evolution \& Development},
  year={2010},
  volume={12}
}
SUMMARY Aspects of muscle development are still widely neglected in studies on invertebrate ontogeny, which is probably at least partly due to the inherent complexity of animal myoanatomical bodyplans. This has resulted in significant gaps in our understanding of the evolutionary and ontogenetic origin of this crucial mesoderm‐derived organ system, particularly in indirect developing representatives of the Lophotrochozoa. Here, we document the temporal and spatial patterns of muscle formation… Expand
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