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NPG Library

Below is a selection of recent Reviews, Perspectives, Articles, Letters, Research Highlights, News and Views published by Nature Publishing Group journals on the topic of Evo–devo.

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Reviews

The genesis and evolution of homeobox gene clusters

Jordi Garcia-Fern�ndez

doi:10.1038/nrg1723

Nature Reviews Genetics 6881-892 (2005)

Stem-cell niches: nursery rhymes across kingdoms

Ben Scheres

doi:10.1038/nrm2164

Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology 8345-354 (2007)

Reconstructing immune phylogeny: new perspectives

Gary W. Litman, John P. Cannon & Larry J. Dishaw

doi:10.1038/nri1712

Nature Reviews Immunology 5866-879 (2005)

Heliconius wing patterns: an evo-devo model for understanding phenotypic diversity

M Joron, C D Jiggins, A Papanicolaou & W O McMillan

doi:10.1038/sj.hdy.6800873

Heredity 97157-167 (2006)

The active evolutionary lives of echinoderm larvae

R A Raff & M Byrne

doi:10.1038/sj.hdy.6800866

Heredity 97244-252 (2006)

Genetics, development and evolution of adaptive pigmentation in vertebrates

H E Hoekstra

doi:10.1038/sj.hdy.6800861

Heredity 97222-234 (2006)

Building divergent body plans with similar genetic pathways

B J Swalla

doi:10.1038/sj.hdy.6800872

Heredity 97235-243 (2006)

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Perspectives

The choice of model organisms in evo�devo

Ronald A. Jenner & Matthew A. Wills

doi:10.1038/nrg2062

Nature Reviews Genetics 8311-314 (2007)

Gavin Rylands de Beer: how embryology foreshadowed the dilemmas of the genome

Tim J. Horder

doi:10.1038/nrg1918

Nature Reviews Genetics 7892-898 (2006)

D'Arcy Thompson and the theory of transformations

Wallace Arthur

doi:10.1038/nrg1835

Nature Reviews Genetics 7401-406 (2006)

The molecular elements that underlie developmental evolution

Claudio R. Alonso & Adam S. Wilkins

doi:10.1038/nrg1676

Nature Reviews Genetics 6709-715 (2005)

Patterns of neural stem and progenitor cell division may underlie evolutionary cortical expansion

Arnold Kriegstein, Stephen Noctor & Ver�nica Mart�nez-Cerde�o

doi:10.1038/nrn2008

Nature Reviews Neuroscience 7883-890 (2006)

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Articles

Predicting evolutionary patterns of mammalian teeth from development

Kathryn D. Kavanagh, Alistair R. Evans & Jukka Jernvall

doi:10.1038/nature06153

Nature 449427-432 (2007)

Axial patterning in cephalochordates and the evolution of the organizer

Jr-Kai Yu, Yutaka Satou, Nicholas D. Holland, Tadasu Shin-I, Yuji Kohara, Noriyuki Satoh, Marianne Bronner-Fraser & Linda Z. Holland

doi:10.1038/nature05472

Nature 445613-617 (2007)

The pectoral fin of Tiktaalik roseae and the origin of the tetrapod limb

Neil H. Shubin, Edward B. Daeschler & Farish A. Jenkins, Jr

doi:10.1038/nature04637

Nature 440764-771 (2006)

Neural crest origins of the neck and shoulder

Toshiyuki Matsuoka, Per E. Ahlberg, Nicoletta Kessaris, Palma Iannarelli, Ulla Dennehy, William D. Richardson, Andrew P. McMahon & Georgy Koentges

doi:10.1038/nature03837

Nature 435347-355 (2005)

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Letters

Morphological evolution through multiple cis-regulatory mutations at a single gene

Alistair P. McGregor, Virginie Orgogozo, Isabelle Delon, Jennifer Zanet, Dayalan G. Srinivasan, Fran�ois Payre & David L. Stern

doi:10.1038/nature05988

Nature 448587-590 (2007)

An autopodial-like pattern of Hox expression in the fins of a basal actinopterygian fish

Marcus C. Davis, Randall D. Dahn & Neil H. Shubin

doi:10.1038/nature05838

Nature 447473-476 (2007)

Hagfish embryology with reference to the evolution of the neural crest

Kinya G. Ota, Shigehiro Kuraku & Shigeru Kuratani

doi:10.1038/nature05633

Nature 446672-675 (2007)

A distal enhancer and an ultraconserved exon are derived from a novel retroposon

Gill Bejerano, Craig B. Lowe, Nadav Ahituv, Bryan King, Adam Siepel, Sofie R. Salama, Edward M. Rubin, W. James Kent & David Haussler

doi:10.1038/nature04696

Nature 44187-90 (2006)

Tunicates and not cephalochordates are the closest living relatives of vertebrates

Fr�d�ric Delsuc, Henner Brinkmann, Daniel Chourrout & Herv� Philippe

doi:10.1038/nature04336

Nature 439965-968 (2006)

A mutation accumulation assay reveals a broad capacity for rapid evolution of gene expression

Scott A. Rifkin, David Houle, Junhyong Kim & Kevin P. White

doi:10.1038/nature04114

Nature 438220-223 (2005)

The axial skeleton of the Devonian tetrapod Ichthyostega

Per Erik Ahlberg, Jennifer A. Clack & Henning Blom

doi:10.1038/nature03893

Nature 437137-140 (2005)

Ultrabithorax is required for membranous wing identity in the beetleTribolium castaneum

Yoshinori Tomoyasu, Scott R. Wheeler & Robin E. Denell

doi:10.1038/nature03272

Nature 433643-647 (2005)

The simplicity of metazoan cell lineages

Ricardo B. R. Azevedo, Rolf Lohaus, Volker Braun, Markus Gumbel, Muralikrishna Umamaheshwar, Paul-Michael Agapow, Wouter Houthoofd, Ute Platzer, Ga�tan Borgonie, Hans-Peter Meinzer & Armand M. Leroi

doi:10.1038/nature03178

Nature 433152-156 (2005)

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Research Highlight

Evo�Devo: The pros and cons of being different

Patrick Goymer

doi:10.1038/nrg2212

Nature Reviews Genetics 8730-731 (2007)

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News And Views

Evolutionary biology: Development with a bite

P. David Polly

doi:10.1038/449413a

Nature 449413-415 (2007)

Developmental biology: This worm is not for turning

Henry Gee

doi:10.1038/445033a

Nature 44533-34 (2007)

Palaeontology: A firm step from water to land

Per Erik Ahlberg & Jennifer A. Clack

doi:10.1038/440747a

Nature 440747-749 (2006)

Evolutionary developmental biology: How and why to spot fly wings

Paul M. Brakefield & Vernon French

doi:10.1038/433466a

Nature 433466-467 (2005)

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