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  1. Shifts in floral form across angiosperms, particularly from radially symmetrical to bilaterally symmetrical flowers, are often associated with shifts in speciation rates and changes in pollination syndrome. Gr...

    Authors: Brent A. Berger, Veronica Thompson, Aedric Lim, Vincent Ricigliano and Dianella G. Howarth
    Citation: EvoDevo 2016 7:8
  2. Freshwater planarians are well known for their regenerative abilities. Less well known is how planarians maintain spatial patterning in long-lived adult animals or how they re-pattern tissues during regenerat...

    Authors: Ko W. Currie, David D. R. Brown, Shujun Zhu, ChangJiang Xu, Veronique Voisin, Gary D. Bader and Bret J. Pearson
    Citation: EvoDevo 2016 7:7
  3. The Neotropical frog genera Ceratophrys, Chacophrys and Lepidobatrachus form the monophyletic family Ceratophryidae. Although in- and out-group relationships are not fully resolved, the monophyly of the three ge...

    Authors: Marissa Fabrezi, Silvia Inés Quinzio, Javier Goldberg, Julio César Cruz, Mariana Chuliver Pereyra and Richard J. Wassersug
    Citation: EvoDevo 2016 7:5
  4. The evolutionary mechanisms involved in shaping complex gene regulatory networks (GRN) that encode for morphologically similar structures in distantly related animals remain elusive. In this context, echinoder...

    Authors: David Viktor Dylus, Anna Czarkwiani, Josefine Stångberg, Olga Ortega-Martinez, Sam Dupont and Paola Oliveri
    Citation: EvoDevo 2016 7:2
  5. Obligate intracellular symbionts of insects are metabolically and developmentally integrated with their hosts. Typically, reproduction fails in many insect nutritional endosymbioses when host insects are cured...

    Authors: Hsiao-ling Lu, Daniel R. G. Price, Athula Wikramanayake, Chun-che Chang and Alex C. C. Wilson
    Citation: EvoDevo 2016 7:1
  6. It has been hypothesized that the ParaHox gene Gsx patterned the foregut of the last common bilaterian ancestor. This notion was corroborated by Gsx expression in three out of four lophotrochozoan species, severa...

    Authors: Tim Wollesen, Sonia Victoria Rodríguez Monje, Carmel McDougall, Bernard M. Degnan and Andreas Wanninger
    Citation: EvoDevo 2015 6:41
  7. Fish correspond to the most diversified phylum among vertebrates with a large variety of species. Even if general features are distinguishable during the embryogenesis, several differences in term of timing, o...

    Authors: Maud Alix, Dominique Chardard, Yannick Ledoré, Pascal Fontaine and Berenice Schaerlinger
    Citation: EvoDevo 2015 6:39
  8. We analyze the interdisciplinary state of evolutionary developmental biology based on the diversity of themes, taxa, levels of organization and scientists at the first meeting of the Pan-American Society for E...

    Authors: Allison Edgar and Javiera Chinga
    Citation: EvoDevo 2015 6:38
  9. Wnt signaling pathways are highly conserved signal transduction pathways important for axis formation, cell fate specification, and organogenesis throughout metazoan development. Within the various Wnt pathway...

    Authors: Benjamin R. Bastin, Hsien-Chao Chou, Margaret M. Pruitt and Stephan Q. Schneider
    Citation: EvoDevo 2015 6:37
  10. The origin of discrete novelties remains unclear. Some authors suggest that qualitative phenotypic changes may result from the reorganization of preexisting phenotypic traits during development (i.e., developm...

    Authors: Sylvain Londe, Thibaud Monnin, Raphaël Cornette, Vincent Debat, Brian L. Fisher and Mathieu Molet
    Citation: EvoDevo 2015 6:36
  11. The evolution and development of sexual dimorphism illuminates a central question in biology: How do similar genomes produce different phenotypes? In an XX/XO system especially the state of a sexually dimorphi...

    Authors: Andrea Sajuthi, Brenna Carrillo-Zazueta, Briana Hu, Anita Wang, Logan Brodnansky, John Mayberry and Ajna S. Rivera
    Citation: EvoDevo 2015 6:34
  12. A notochord is characteristic of developing chordates (which comprise amphioxus, tunicates and vertebrates), and, more arguably, is also found in some other animals. Although notochords have been well reviewed...

    Authors: Giovanni Annona, Nicholas D. Holland and Salvatore D’Aniello
    Citation: EvoDevo 2015 6:30
  13. In a recent study, we have demonstrated that amelotin (AMTN) gene structure and its expression during amelogenesis have changed during tetrapod evolution. Indeed, this gene is expressed throughout enamel matrix d...

    Authors: Barbara Gasse and Jean-Yves Sire
    Citation: EvoDevo 2015 6:29
  14. The life cycle of many animals includes a larval stage, which has diversified into an astonishing variety of ecological strategies. The Nemertea is a group of spiralians that exhibits a broad diversity of larv...

    Authors: José M. Martín-Durán, Bruno C. Vellutini and Andreas Hejnol
    Citation: EvoDevo 2015 6:28
  15. The developmental basis of craniofacial morphology hinges on interactions of numerous signalling systems. Extensive craniofacial variation in the polymorphic Arctic charr, a member of the salmonid family, from...

    Authors: Ehsan Pashay Ahi, Sophie S. Steinhäuser, Arnar Pálsson, Sigrídur Rut Franzdóttir, Sigurdur S. Snorrason, Valerie H. Maier and Zophonías O. Jónsson
    Citation: EvoDevo 2015 6:27
  16. Maximally indirect development via a pilidium larva is unique to the pilidiophoran clade of phylum Nemertea. All other nemerteans have more or less direct development. The origin of pilidial development with d...

    Authors: Laurel S Hiebert and Svetlana A Maslakova
    Citation: EvoDevo 2015 6:26
  17. Gastrulation is a critical step in bilaterian development, directly linked to the segregation of germ layers, establishment of axes, and emergence of the through-gut. Theories about the evolution of gastrulati...

    Authors: Deirdre C. Lyons, Kimberly J. Perry and Jonathan Q. Henry
    Citation: EvoDevo 2015 6:24
  18. The metagenesis of sessile polyps into pelagic medusae in cnidarians represents one of the most ancient complex life cycles in animals. Interestingly, scyphozoans and hydrozoans generate medusae by apparently ...

    Authors: Johanna E. M. Kraus, David Fredman, Wei Wang, Konstantin Khalturin and Ulrich Technau
    Citation: EvoDevo 2015 6:23
  19. Siphonophores (Hydrozoa) have unparalleled colony-level complexity, precision of colony organization, and functional specialization between zooids (i.e., the units that make up colonies). Previous work has sho...

    Authors: Stefan Siebert, Freya E. Goetz, Samuel H. Church, Pathikrit Bhattacharyya, Felipe Zapata, Steven H.D. Haddock and Casey W. Dunn
    Citation: EvoDevo 2015 6:22
  20. Vertebrate somites are subdivided into lineage compartments, each with distinct cell fates and evolutionary histories. Insights into somite evolution can come from studying amphioxus, the best extant approxima...

    Authors: Jennifer H Mansfield, Edward Haller, Nicholas D Holland and Ava E Brent
    Citation: EvoDevo 2015 6:21
  21. The evolutionary origins of cell polarity in metazoan embryos are unclear. In most bilaterian animals, embryonic and cell polarity are set up during embryogenesis with the same molecules being utilized to regu...

    Authors: Miguel Salinas-Saavedra, Thomas Q Stephenson, Casey W Dunn and Mark Q Martindale
    Citation: EvoDevo 2015 6:20
  22. Most of our current findings on appendage formation and patterning stem from studies on chordate and ecdysozoan model organisms. However, in order to fully understand the evolution of animal appendages, it is ...

    Authors: Marie-Therese Nödl, Sara M Fossati, Pedro Domingues, Francisco J Sánchez and Letizia Zullo
    Citation: EvoDevo 2015 6:19
  23. Retinoic acid (RA) signaling controls many developmental processes in chordates, from early axis specification to late organogenesis. The functions of RA are chiefly mediated by a subfamily of nuclear hormone ...

    Authors: Florent Campo-Paysaa, David Jandzik, Yoko Takio-Ogawa, Maria V Cattell, Haley C Neef, James A Langeland, Shigeru Kuratani, Daniel M Medeiros, Sylvie Mazan, Shigehiro Kuraku, Vincent Laudet and Michael Schubert
    Citation: EvoDevo 2015 6:18
  24. Transcription factors that determine retinal development seem to be conserved in different phyla throughout the animal kingdom. In most representatives, however, only a few of the involved transcription factor...

    Authors: Leyli Samadi, Axel Schmid and Bo Joakim Eriksson
    Citation: EvoDevo 2015 6:16
  25. Two visual systems are present in most arthropod groups: median and lateral eyes. Most of our current knowledge about the developmental and molecular mechanisms involved in eye formation in arthropods comes fr...

    Authors: Christoph Schomburg, Natascha Turetzek, Magdalena Ines Schacht, Julia Schneider, Phillipp Kirfel, Nikola-Michael Prpic and Nico Posnien
    Citation: EvoDevo 2015 6:15
  26. The molecular mechanisms underlying sex determination and differentiation in animals are incredibly diverse. The Dmrt (doublesex and mab-3 related transcription factor) gene family is an evolutionary ancient grou...

    Authors: Nikki G Traylor-Knowles, Eric G Kane, Vanna Sombatsaphay, John R Finnerty and Adam M Reitzel
    Citation: EvoDevo 2015 6:13
  27. Brachiopods undergo radial cleavage, which is distinct from the stereotyped development of closely related spiralian taxa. The mesoderm has been inferred to derive from the archenteron walls following gastrula...

    Authors: Yale J Passamaneck, Andreas Hejnol and Mark Q Martindale
    Citation: EvoDevo 2015 6:10
  28. The urodele amphibians (salamanders) are the only adult tetrapods able to regenerate the limb. It is unclear if this is an ancestral property that is retained in salamanders but lost in other tetrapods or if i...

    Authors: Jie Geng, Phillip B Gates, Anoop Kumar, Stefan Guenther, Acely Garza-Garcia, Carsten Kuenne, Peng Zhang, Mario Looso and Jeremy P Brockes
    Citation: EvoDevo 2015 6:9
  29. The ABC model of flower development describes the molecular basis for specification of floral organ identity in model eudicots such as Arabidopsis and Antirrhinum. According to this model, expression of C-class g...

    Authors: Ana Maria R Almeida, Roxana Yockteng, Wagner C Otoni and Chelsea D Specht
    Citation: EvoDevo 2015 6:7
  30. The bat has strikingly divergent forelimbs (long digits supporting wing membranes) and hindlimbs (short, typically free digits) due to the distinct requirements of both aerial and terrestrial locomotion. Durin...

    Authors: Mandy K Mason, Dorit Hockman, Lyle Curry, Thomas J Cunningham, Gregg Duester, Malcolm Logan, David S Jacobs and Nicola Illing
    Citation: EvoDevo 2015 6:6
  31. Within Malacostraca (Crustacea), direct development and development through diverse forms of larvae are found. Recent investigations suggest that larva-related developmental features have undergone heterochron...

    Authors: Günther Joseph Jirikowski, Carsten Wolff and Stefan Richter
    Citation: EvoDevo 2015 6:4
  32. Nodal is an important determinant of the left-right (LR) body axis in bilaterians, specifying the right side in protostomes and non-chordate deuterostomes as opposed to the left side in chordates. Amphioxus re...

    Authors: Vladimir Soukup, Luok Wen Yong, Tsai-Ming Lu, Song-Wei Huang, Zbynek Kozmik and Jr-Kai Yu
    Citation: EvoDevo 2015 6:5
  33. The Solenogastres (or Neomeniomorpha) are a taxon of aplacophoran molluscs with contentious phylogenetic placement. Since available developmental data on non-conchiferan (that is, aculiferan) molluscs mainly s...

    Authors: Emanuel Redl, Maik Scherholz, Christiane Todt, Tim Wollesen and Andreas Wanninger
    Citation: EvoDevo 2014 5:48