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SummaryGlandular adhesive organs and other structures by which turbellarians attach themselves temporarily to surfaces have been… Expand Simultaneous hermaphrodites experience unique conflicts of interest during reproduction, some of which are reflected in their… Expand Changes in ploidy occurred early in the diversification of some animal and plant lineages and represent an ongoing phenomenon in… Expand We studied the embryonic development of body-wall musculature in the acoel turbellarian Convoluta pulchra by fluorescence… Expand Sequences of 18S ribosomal DNA (rDNA) are increasingly being used to infer phylogenetic relationships among living taxa. Although… Expand Modern phylogenetic schemes propose a free-living turbellarian-like organism as the ancestor of all Bilateria, including… Expand With the development of underwater exploration there has been increasing interest in the polyclad turbellaria, which are an… Expand Three different extraction methods for Turbellaria were compared, 2 of which use living material. The first method is based on… Expand Oocyte differentiation in the polyclad turbellarian Prostheceraeus floridanus has been examined to determine the nature of… Expand Abstract 1. 1. The occurrence of sialic acids acids in nature has been studied. These acids are found in all species of… Expand