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Interrelationships of the Platyhelminthes

Edited By: Timothy Littlewood and Rod Bray
366 pages, B/w platers, illus, figs, tabs
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Interrelationships of the Platyhelminthes
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Flatworms are an extremely widely studied group of organisms reflecting their diverse forms, widespread distribution and highly specialized life history strategies. Written and edited by internationally recognised experts, this is a much needed volume linking, in a phylogenetic context, all species of flatworms whether free-living or parasitic.

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EARLY ORIGINS OF BASAL TAXAThe Early Worm - Origins and Relationships of the Lower Flatworms Seth TylerContributions to the Phylogeny and Systematics of the Acoelomorpha Olga I. Raikova, Maria Reuter and Jean-Lou JustineThe Nemertodermatida Kennet Lundin and Wolfgang SterrerPhylogenetic Systematics of the Macrostomorpha Reinhard M. RiegerFREE-LIVING GROUPSThe Proseriata Marco Curini-GallettiMolecular Taxonomy and Phylogeny of Tricladida Jaume Bagu , Salvador Carranza, Jordi Paps, I aki Ruiz-Trillo and Marta RiutortTowards a Phylogenetic Classification and Characterisation of Dugesiid Genera (Platyhelminthes, Tricladida, Dugesiidae) - a morphological perspective Ronald SluysSYMBIONTS AND PARASITESThe Prolecithophora Ulf Jondelius, Michael Nor n and Jan HendlebergThe Temnocephalida Lester R.G. Cannon and Boris I. JoffePhylogenetic Relationships of the Monogenoidea Walter A.Boeger and Delane C. KritskyThe Gyrocotylidea, Amphilinidea and the Early Evolution of Cestoda Willi E.R. XylanderPhylogeny Among the Orders of the Eucestoda (Cercomeromorphae): Integrating Morphology, Molecules and Total Evidence Eric P. Hoberg, Jean Mariaux and Dan R. BrooksCestode Systematics in the Molecular Era Jean Mariaux and Peter D. OlsenInterrelationships Among Tetraphyllidean and Lecanicephalidean Cestodes Janine N. Caira, Kirsten Jensen and Claire J. HealyThe Aspidogastrea, an Archaic Group of Platyhelminthes Klaus RohdeThe Digenea Thomas H. Cribb, Rodney A.Bray, D. Timothy J. Littlewood, Sylvie P. Pichelin, Elizabeth A. HerniouMolecular Phylogeny of the Suborder Plagiorchiata and its Position in the System of Digenea Vasyl V. Tkach, Jan Pawlowski, Jean Mariaux and Zdzislaw SwiderskiThe Schistosomatidae: Advances in Phylogenetics and Genomics Scott D. Snyder, Eric S. Loker, David A. Johnston and David RollinsonCHARACTERS AND TECHNIQUESProtonephridia as Phylogenetic Characters Klaus Rohde 20. Insights from Comparative Spermatology in the "Turbellarian" Rhabdocoela Nikki A. WatsonSpermatozoa as Phylogenetic Characters for the Platyhelminthes Jean Lou-JustineComparative Neurobiology of the Platyhelminthes Maria Reuter and David W. HaltonThe Use of Life Cycle Characters in Studies of the Evolution of Cestodes; Ian BeveridgeEmbryology and Developmental Genes as Clues to Flatworm Relationships; Maximilian J. TelfordSmall Subunit rDNA and the Platyhelminthes: Signal, Noise, Conflict and Compromise; D. Timothy J. Littlewood and Peter D.OlsonFlatworm Phylogeneticist: Between Molecular Hammer and Morphological; Anvil Boris I. Joffe and Elena E. KornakovaTowards a Phylogenetic Supertree of the Platyhelminthes; Mark Wilkinson, Joseph L. Thorley, D. Timothy J. Littlewood and Rodney A. Bray

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Edited By: Timothy Littlewood and Rod Bray
366 pages, B/w platers, illus, figs, tabs
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Media reviews
A book of this scope and calibre is invaluable to researchers working in this field. I highly recommend this book be published and look forward to seeing it.' - Robin Overstreet, University of Southern Mississippi, USA. This is a very welcome volume. The editors and authors are all the acknowledged authorities in their subjects.' - Hugh Jones, University of Manchester, UK It fills a gap in the literature.' - C. Combes, Centre de Biologie et Ecologie, Perpignan, France
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