The developmental basis for the recurrent evolution of deuterostomy and protostomy

@article{MartnDurn2016TheDB,
  title={The developmental basis for the recurrent evolution of deuterostomy and protostomy},
  author={J. M. Mart{\'i}n-Dur{\'a}n and Y. Passamaneck and M. Martindale and A. Hejnol},
  journal={Nature Ecology \&Evolution},
  year={2016},
  volume={1}
}
The mouth opening of bilaterian animals develops either separate from (deuterostomy) or connected to (protostomy) the embryonic blastopore, the site of endomesoderm internalization. Although this distinction preluded the classification of bilaterian animals in Deuterostomia and Protostomia, and has influenced major scenarios of bilaterian evolution, the developmental basis for the appearance of these different embryonic patterns remains unclear. To identify the underlying mechanisms, we… Expand
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