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Year Title Authors Publication Type Readers
2000 Embryonic muscle development of Convoluta pulchra (Turbellaria-acoelomorpha, platyhelminthes). Ladurner P, Rieger R Developmental Biology, 222(2), 359-375p
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pmid:10837125
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1999 Functional morphology of musculature in the acoelomate worm, Convoluta pulchra (Plathelminthes) Tyler S, Rieger M Zoomorphology, 119, 127-141p Journal Article 1
1992 The Role of Shell Granules and Accessory Cells in Eggshell Formation in Convoluta pulchra (Turbellaria, Acoela) Chandler R, Thomas M, Smith J Biological Bulletin, 182(1), 54-65p
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issn:00063185
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1991 Convoluta pulchra n. sp. (Turbellaria: Acoela) from the East Coast of North America III J, Bush L Transactions of the American Microscopical Society, 110(1), 12-26p
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issn:00030023
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2002 Correlation of fluorescence and electron microscopy of F-actin-containing sensory cells in the epidermis of Convoluta pulchra (Platyhelminthes: Acoela) Tyler S, Pfistermüller R Acta Zoologica, 83(January), 15-24p
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issn:00017272 doi:10.1046/j.1463-6395.2002.00095.x
Journal Article 1
2007 Acoel Flatworms Are Not Platyhelminthes: Evidence from Phylogenomics Martinez P, Philippe H, Brinkmann H, Riutort M, Baguñà J PLoS ONE, 2(8), 5p
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oai_id:oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:1933604 pmid:17684563 other:07-PONE-RA-01226R1 pmc_id:1933604 doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0000717
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2007 Acoel flatworms are not platyhelminthes: evidence from phylogenomics Philippe H, Brinkmann H, Martinez P, Riutort M, Baguna J PLoS ONE, 2(1), e717--p Journal Article 1
2003 The Significance of Muscle Cells for the Origin of Mesoderm in Bilateria Rieger R Integrative and Comparative Biology, 43(1), 47-54p
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pmid:21680408 issn:15407063 doi:10.1093/icb/43.1.47
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2003 The significance of muscle cells for the origin of mesoderm in bilateria. Ladurner P, Rieger R Integrative and Comparative Biology, 43(1), 47-54p
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pmid:21680408
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