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Phylogeny and evo-devo: Characters, homology, and the historical analysis of the evolution of development
ZoologyVolume 108, Issue 420 November 2005Pages 345-356
Joel Cracraft
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Radical paradigm shifts in Evo–Devo
Trends in Ecology & EvolutionVolume 17, Issue 121 December 2002Pages 544-545
Laura S. Corley
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Evo-devo graduates to new levels
Trends in GeneticsVolume 18, Issue 21 February 2002Pages 66-67
Diethard Tautz

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The second symposium on 'The Developmental Basis of Evolutionary Change’ was held at the University of Chicago, IL, USA, from 25 to 28 October 2001
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Functional evo-devo
Trends in Ecology & EvolutionVolume 21, Issue 9September 2006Pages 488-492
Casper J. Breuker, Vincent Debat, Christian Peter Klingenberg
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Evo-devo and the evolution of social behavior
Trends in GeneticsVolume 23, Issue 7July 2007Pages 334-341
Amy L. Toth, Gene E. Robinson
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Evo-devo and constraints on selection
Trends in Ecology & EvolutionVolume 21, Issue 7July 2006Pages 362-368
Paul M. Brakefield
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Evolutionary morphology and Evo-devo: Hierarchy and novelty
Theory in BiosciencesVolume 124, Issues 3-41 March 2006Pages 317-333
Alan C. Love
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Evo-devo and the search for homology (“sameness”) in biological systems
Theory in BiosciencesVolume 124, Issue 210 November 2005Pages 213-241
Rolf Rutishauser, Philip Moline
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Quelques apports à la théorie de l’Évolution, de la « Synthèse orthodoxe » à la « Super synthèse évo-dévo » 1970–2009 : un point de vue
Comptes Rendus PalevolVolume 8, Issues 2-3March-April 2009Pages 341-364
Armand de Ricqlès, Kevin Padian
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Evo-Devo and an Expanding Evolutionary Synthesis: A Genetic Theory of Morphological Evolution
CellVolume 134, Issue 111 July 2008Pages 25-36
Sean B. Carroll
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Evo-Devo studies on Latin American fauna
Developmental BiologyIn Press, Accepted ManuscriptAvailable online 9 April 2007
Cliff Tabin
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We are devo-evo
Trends in GeneticsVolume 14, Issue 121 December 1998Pages 482-483
Axel Meyer
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Modularity, comparative embryology and evo-devo: Developmental dissection of evolving body plans
Developmental BiologyVolume 332, Issue 11 August 2009Pages 61-69
Shigeru Kuratani
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Evo-Devo: Variations on Ancestral Themes
CellVolume 132, Issue 225 January 2008Pages 185-195
E.M. De Robertis
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O.083 The human face: a new perspective from evolutionary developmental biology (EVO-DEVO) and neuroscience
Journal of Cranio-Maxillofacial SurgeryVolume 36, Supplement 1September 2008Page S21
G. Bernasconi
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Expelling genomania from evolution, development, and evo-devo
Trends in Ecology & EvolutionVolume 20, Issue 1January 2005Pages 11-12
Laura S. Corley
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Preface: From evolutionary morphology to the modern synthesis and “evo-devo”: Historical and contemporary perspectives
Theory in BiosciencesVolume 124, Issues 3-41 March 2006Pages 259-263
Lennart Olsson, Uwe Hoßfeld, Olaf Breidbach
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The Yin and Yang of Evo/Devo
CellVolume 92, Issue 223 January 1998Pages 153-155
Michael Akam
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Evo-devo perspectives on segmentation: model organisms, and beyond
Trends in Ecology & EvolutionVolume 19, Issue 81 August 2004Pages 423-429
Alessandro Minelli, Giuseppe Fusco
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Drosophila melanogaster and the Future of ‘Evo-Devo’ Biology in Space. Challenges and Problems in the Path of an Eventual Colonization Project Outside the Earth
Advances in Space Biology and MedicineVolume 92003Pages 41-81
Roberto Marco, David Husson, Raul Herranz, Jesús Mateos, F. JavierMedina
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Evo–Devo studies on Latin American fauna
Developmental BiologyVolume 306, Issue 11 June 2007Pages 285-286
Cliff Tabin
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The power of evo-devo to explore evolutionary constraints: experiments with butterfly eyespots
ZoologyVolume 106, Issue 42003Pages 283-290
Paul M. Brakefield
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Evo-Devo infects all?
Trends in GeneticsVolume 16, Issue 21 February 2000Pages 67-68
Sarah Bray
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Evo-Devo of feathers and scales: building complex epithelial appendages: Commentary
Current Opinion in Genetics & DevelopmentVolume 10, Issue 41 August 2000Pages 449-456
Cheng-Ming Chuong, Rajas Chodankar, Randall B Widelitz, Ting-Xin Jiang
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Evo–Devo and the evolution of cancer: A hypothesis for metamorphic therapies for the cancers of prolactin-influenced tumourigenesis: With special reference to glioblastoma multiforme (GBM)
Medical HypothesesVolume 72, Issue 6June 2009Pages 629-630
Roy Douglas Pearson
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Taking old ideas seriously: Evolution, development, and human behavior
New Ideas in PsychologyVolume 26, Issue 3December 2008Pages 387-404
Jason Scott Robert
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Evolution of floral symmetry: a state of the art
Comptes Rendus BiologiesVolume 332, Issues 2-3February-March 2009Pages 219-231
Florian Jabbour, Sophie Nadot, Catherine Damerval
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Gene duplications in the prototypical cephalochordate amphioxus
GeneVolume 287, Issues 1-23 April 2002Pages 121-128
Carolina Minguillón, David E. K. Ferrier, Cristina Cebrián, Jordi Garcia-Fernàndez
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Birth, life and death of developmental control genes: New challenges for the homology concept
Theory in BiosciencesVolume 124, Issue 210 November 2005Pages 199-212
Günter Theißen
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Anton Dohrn and the problems of 19th century phylogenetic morphology
Theory in BiosciencesVolume 125, Issues 3-422 May 2007Pages 173-179
Olaf Breidbach, Michael T. Ghiselin
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A hypothetical Master Development Program for multi-cellular organisms: Ontogeny and phylogeny
Bioscience HypothesesVolume 2, Issue 12009Pages 3-12
George E. Parris
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EDB grows up: Evolutionary Developmental Biology: Second Edition by Brian K. Hall
Trends in Ecology & EvolutionVolume 15, Issue 41 April 2000Pages 172-173
Axel Meyer
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Changing times for heterochrony
Trends in GeneticsVolume 18, Issue 51 May 2002Page 273
Jonathan Slack
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(Re) structuring Darwinism
Trends in GeneticsVolume 18, Issue 121 December 2002Pages 656-658
Norman A. Johnson
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Beyond the evolutionary theory of ageing, from functional genomics to evo-gero
Trends in Ecology & EvolutionVolume 21, Issue 6June 2006Pages 334-340
Linda Partridge, David Gems
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Evolutionary genomics: molecular evolution at the genomic scale
Trends in GeneticsVolume 18, Issue 51 May 2002Pages 239-240
Saitou Naruya
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Trunk anomalies in the centipede Stigmatogaster subterranea provide insight into late-embryonic segmentation
Arthropod Structure & DevelopmentIn Press, Corrected ProofAvailable online 27 May 2009
Małgorzata Leśniewska, Lucio Bonato, Alessandro Minelli, Giuseppe Fusco
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Genes and homology in nervous system evolution: Comparing gene functions, expression patterns, and cell type molecular fingerprints
Theory in BiosciencesVolume 124, Issue 210 November 2005Pages 185-197
Detlev Arendt
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Evolving cerebellar models
International Congress SeriesVolume 1269August 2004Pages 34-37
Michael G. Paulin
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Response: Missing links: the genetic architecture of flower and floral diversification
Trends in Plant ScienceVolume 7, Issue 11 January 2002Pages 31-34
David A. Baum, John Doebley, Vivian F. Irish, Elena M. Kramer

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To provide a complete picture of the genetic basis of flower evolution, new genetic model systems need to be developed to study early-diverging lineages of angiosperms and closely related species whose flowers differ.
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Evolution of eye development in arthropods: Phylogenetic aspects
Arthropod Structure & DevelopmentVolume 35, Issue 4December 2006Pages 319-340
Steffen Harzsch, Gary Hafner
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Evolutionary developmental linguistics: Naturalization of the faculty of language
Language SciencesVolume 31, Issue 1January 2009Pages 33-59
John L. Locke
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Early evolution of symmetry and polarity in metazoan body plans
Comptes Rendus BiologiesVolume 332, Issues 2-3February-March 2009Pages 184-209
Michaël Manuel
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Phylogeny, fossils, and model systems in the study of evolutionary developmental biology
Molecular Phylogenetics and EvolutionVolume 24, Issue 3September 2002Pages 379-383
Francesco Santini, Edmund J. Stellwag

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The emerging field of evolutionary developmental biology (evo-devo) continues to operate largely under a single paradigm. In this paradigm developmental regulatory genes and processes are compared among a collection of “model organisms” selected primarily on the basis of their historical utility in the study of development. This approach has proven to be extremely informative, revealing an unexpected deep evolutionary conservation among developmental genes and genetic systems. Despite its success, concern has been expressed regarding its limitations. We discuss the “model organism” paradigm in evo-devo research. Based on our interpretation of its limitations, we propose a separate but complementary approach that is centered on “model groups.” These groups are selected on the basis of their taxonomic affinity and their relevance to questions of interest to evo-devobiologists. We further discuss the Tetraodontiformes (Teleostei, Pisces) as an example of a “model group” for the evo-devo study of vertebrate skeletal elements.
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Evolution and development: Past, present, and future
Theory in BiosciencesVolume 125, Issue 220 April 2007Pages 157-171
Olaf Breidbach, Michael T. Ghiselin
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Evolution and development of virtual inflorescences
Trends in Plant ScienceVolume 13, Issue 1January 2008Pages 1-3
Ronald Koes
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Mammary glands and feathers: Comparing two skin appendages which help define novel classes during vertebrate evolution
Seminars in Cell & Developmental BiologyVolume 18, Issue 2April 2007Pages 255-266
Randall B. Widelitz, Jacqueline M. Veltmaat, Julie Ann Mayer, John Foley, Cheng-Ming Chuong
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Molecular signaling in feather morphogenesis
Current Opinion in Cell BiologyVolume 18, Issue 6December 2006Pages 730-741
Chih-Min Lin, Ting Xin Jiang, Randall B Widelitz, Cheng-Ming Chuong
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Reversing opinions on Dollo’s Law
Trends in Ecology & EvolutionVolume 23, Issue 11November 2008Pages 602-609
Rachel Collin, Maria Pia Miglietta
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Towards a synthetic view of axis specification mechanisms in vertebrates: insights from the dogfish
Comptes Rendus BiologiesVolume 332, Issues 2-3February-March 2009Pages 210-218
Marion Coolen, Arnaud Menuet, Sylvie Mazan
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Exploiting cellular-developmental evolution as the scientific basis for preventive medicine
Medical HypothesesVolume 72, Issue 5May 2009Pages 596-602
J.S. Torday, V.K. Rehan
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Radiation and the regulatory landscape of neo2-Darwinism
Mutation Research/Fundamental and Molecular Mechanisms of MutagenesisVolume 597, Issues 1-211 May 2006Pages 18-31
C. David Rollo
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Ernest Everett Just (1883–1941)—An early ecological developmental biologist
Developmental BiologyVolume 296, Issue 11 August 2006Pages 1-11
W. Malcolm Byrnes, William R. Eckberg
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A growing alienation?
Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical SciencesVolume 39, Issue 3September 2008Pages 374-377
Tim.J. Horder
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Evolution and development of neural circuits in invertebrates
Current Opinion in NeurobiologyVolume 17, Issue 1February 2007Pages 59-64
Paul S Katz
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Evolutionary explanations
Philosophy of Anthropology and Sociology2007Pages 249-310
Valerie A. Haines
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From genotype to phenotype: Looking into the black box
On Growth, Form and Computers2003Pages 82-91
Jessica A Bolker
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Genetic Systems, Genome Evolution, and Genetic Control of Embryonic Development in Insects
Insect Molecular Genetics (Second Edition)2003Pages 76-126
Marjorie A. Hoy
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Variation and Developmental Biology: Prospects for the Future
Variation2005Pages 475-498
David M. Parichy
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Are we there yet? Tracking the development of new model systems
Trends in GeneticsVolume 24, Issue 7July 2008Pages 353-360
Arhat Abzhanov, Cassandra G. Extavour, Andrew Groover, Scott A. Hodges, Hopi E. Hoekstra, Elena M. Kramer, Antonia Monteiro
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MADS about the evolution of orchid flowers
Trends in Plant ScienceVolume 13, Issue 2February 2008Pages 51-59
Mariana Mondragón-Palomino, Günter Theißen
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Developmental Systems
Physiological Systems in Insects (Second Edition)2008Pages 137-179
Marc J. Klowden
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Epipharynx shape as a tool to reveal differentiation patterns between insect sister species: insights from Onthophagus taurus and O. illyricus (Insecta: Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae)
Organisms Diversity & EvolutionVolume 9, Issue 325 August 2009Pages 189-200
Astrid Pizzo, Anna Lorenza Maria Macagno, Angela Roggero, Antonio Rolando, Claudia Palestrini
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Physiologically induced color-pattern changes in butterfly wings: Mechanistic and evolutionary implications
Journal of Insect PhysiologyVolume 54, Issue 7July 2008Pages 1099-1112
Joji M. Otaki
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Changing views of brain evolution
Brain Research BulletinVolume 55, Issue 6August 2001Pages 663-674
R. Glenn Northcutt
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Amphioxus and tunicates as evolutionary model systems
Trends in Ecology & EvolutionVolume 21, Issue 5May 2006Pages 269-277
Michael Schubert, Hector Escriva, José Xavier-Neto, Vincent Laudet
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The proper place of hopeful monsters in evolutionary biology
Theory in BiosciencesVolume 124, Issues 3-41 March 2006Pages 349-369
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Plasticity in the timing of physiological development: Physiological heterokairy — What is it, how frequent is it, and does it matter?
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Exploring plant biodiversity: the Physcomitrella genome and beyond
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Recursive causality in evolution: A model for epigenetic mechanisms in cancer development
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Engineering Stem Cells into Organs: Topobiological Transformations Demonstrated by Beak, Feather, and Other Ectodermal Organ Morphogenesis
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Genetic Analysis
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Environmentally Contingent Variation: Phenotypic Plasticity and Norms of Reaction
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Chapter 3 Caenorhabditis Nematodes as a Model for the Adaptive Evolution of Germ Cells
Current Topics in Developmental BiologyVolume 862009Pages 43-66
Eric S. Haag
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Animal Evolution: Trichoplax, Trees, and Taxonomic Turmoil
Current BiologyVolume 18, Issue 2111 November 2008Pages R1003-R1005
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Genetics of Grass Flower Development
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Whatever happened to Teilhard de Chardin?: A case for resurrection
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A semiotic framework for evolutionary and developmental biology
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Homology and homoplasy
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Neurosteroids, neuroactive steroids, and symptoms of affective disorders
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An essay on the evolution of cognition: Constructing a theoretical conceptual framework
Journal of Physiology-ParisVolume 101, Issues 4-6July-November 2007Pages 257-272
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Recent Developments Regarding the Evolutionary Origin of Flowers
Advances in Botanical ResearchVolume 442006Pages 63-127
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The Regulation and Evolution of a Genetic Switch Controlling Sexually Dimorphic Traits in Drosophila
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Plants and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi: an evolutionary-developmental perspective
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Paola Bonfante, Andrea Genre
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Morphometrics applied to medical entomology
Infection, Genetics and EvolutionVolume 8, Issue 6December 2008Pages 875-890
Jean-Pierre Dujardin
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The Evolution of Gene Regulation Underlies a Morphological Difference between TwoDrosophila Sister Species
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Histoire évolutive de la Vie
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Mother knows best: Epigenetic inheritance, maternal effects, and the evolution of human intelligence
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Mouse Skin Ectodermal Organs
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Maksim V. Plikus, John P. Sundberg, Cheng-Ming Chuong
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Structure and Evolution of Viroids
Origin and Evolution of Viruses (Second Edition)2008Pages 43-64
Núria Duran-Vila, Santiago F. Elena, José-Antonio Daròs, Ricardo Flores
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Beyond generative geneticism: Rethinking language acquisition from a developmentalist point of view
LinguaVolume 119, Issue 9September 2009Pages 1300-1315
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Cloning of the kininogen gene from Lampetra japonica provides insights into its phylogeny in vertebrates
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The evolutionary origin of cardiac chambers
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On modelling prelinguistic evolution in early hominins
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What Makes Us Human (Homo sapiens)? The Challenge of Cognitive Cross-Species Comparison
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Christophe Boesch
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The Study of Phenotypic Variability: An Emerging Research Agenda for Understanding the Developmental—Genetic Architecture Underlying Phenotypic Variation
Variation2005Pages 525-551
Benedikt Hallgrímsson, Jevon James Yardley Brown, Brian K. Hall
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