Regeneration in spiralians: evolutionary patterns and developmental processes.

@article{Bely2014RegenerationIS,
  title={Regeneration in spiralians: evolutionary patterns and developmental processes.},
  author={Alexandra E. Bely and Eduardo E Zattara and James M. Sikes},
  journal={The International journal of developmental biology},
  year={2014},
  volume={58 6-8},
  pages={623-34}
}
Animals differ markedly in their ability to regenerate, yet still little is known about how regeneration evolves. In recent years, important advances have been made in our understanding of animal phylogeny and these provide new insights into the phylogenetic distribution of regeneration. The developmental basis of regeneration is also being investigated in an increasing number of groups, allowing commonalities and differences across groups to become evident. Here, we focus on regeneration in… CONTINUE READING
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