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  1. Content type: Research

    For marine snails, olfaction represents a crucial sensory modality for long-distance reception, as auditory and visual information is limited. The posterior tentacle of Aplysia, the rhinophore, is a chemosensory ...

    Authors: Adrian Wertz, Wolfgang Rössler, Malu Obermayer and Ulf Bickmeyer

    Citation: Frontiers in Zoology 2006 3:6

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    There has been considerable research on rodent ultrasound in the laboratory and these sounds have been well quantified and characterized. Despite the value of research on ultrasound produced by mice in the lab...

    Authors: Matina C Kalcounis-Rueppell, Jackie D Metheny and Maarten J Vonhof

    Citation: Frontiers in Zoology 2006 3:3

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  3. Content type: Review

    One of the surprising insights gained from research in evolutionary developmental biology (evo-devo) is that increasing diversity in body plans and morphology in organisms across animal phyla are not reflected...

    Authors: Matthias Sanetra, Gerrit Begemann, May-Britt Becker and Axel Meyer

    Citation: Frontiers in Zoology 2005 2:15

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    Most arthropods pass through several molting stages (instars) before reaching sexual maturity. In spiders, very little is known about the male genital system, its development and seminal secretions. For exampl...

    Authors: Peter Michalik and Gabriele Uhl

    Citation: Frontiers in Zoology 2005 2:12

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  5. Content type: Review

    Identifying the individuals within a population can generate information on life history parameters, generate input data for conservation models, and highlight behavioural traits that may affect management dec...

    Authors: Andrew MR Terry, Tom M Peake and Peter K McGregor

    Citation: Frontiers in Zoology 2005 2:10

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    Identifying species of organisms by short sequences of DNA has been in the center of ongoing discussions under the terms DNA barcoding or DNA taxonomy. A C-terminal fragment of the mitochondrial gene for cytochro...

    Authors: Miguel Vences, Meike Thomas, Arie van der Meijden, Ylenia Chiari and David R Vieites

    Citation: Frontiers in Zoology 2005 2:5

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    In general shell-less slugs are considered to be slimy animals with a rather dull appearance and a pest to garden plants. But marine slugs usually are beautifully coloured animals belonging to the less-known O...

    Authors: Heike Wägele and Annette Klussmann-Kolb

    Citation: Frontiers in Zoology 2005 2:3

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    The Drosophila genes wingless (wg) and decapentaplegic (dpp) comprise the top level of a hierarchical gene cascade involved in proximal-distal (PD) patterning of the legs. It remains unclear, whether this cascade...

    Authors: Nikola-Michael Prpic

    Citation: Frontiers in Zoology 2004 1:6

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    In the spider Cupiennius salei about 30 groups of neural precursors are generated per hemi-segment during early neurogenesis. Analysis of the ventral neuromeres after invagination of the primary neural precursor ...

    Authors: Angelika Stollewerk

    Citation: Frontiers in Zoology 2004 1:3

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  10. Content type: Editorial

    As a biological discipline, zoology has one of the longest histories. Today it occasionally appears as though, due to the rapid expansion of life sciences, zoology has been replaced by more or less independent...

    Authors: Jürgen Heinze and Diethard Tautz

    Citation: Frontiers in Zoology 2004 1:1

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