Structural biology: Piston drives a proton pump

@article{Ohnishi2010StructuralBP,
  title={Structural biology: Piston drives a proton pump},
  author={Tomoko Ohnishi},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2010},
  volume={465},
  pages={428-429}
}
caris shows no monoplacophoran characters at all, although such characters might have been expected. In truth, it also lacks a number of characters that define cephalopods today: a ring of tentacles around the mouth, a beak and a radula (toothed tongue). It doesn’t sport an ink sac or suckers, as almost all modern cephalopods (except Nautilus) do. And it lacks a shell, which would have been the presumed legacy from the monoplacophorans. So why would anyone consider this non-squid, non-octopus… CONTINUE READING
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