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Catecholic Compounds in Ctenophore Colloblast and Nerve Net Proteins Suggest a Structural Role for DOPA-Like Molecules in an Early-Diverging Animal Lineage. Townsend, James P.; Sweeney, Alison M. Report Feb 1, 2019 6981
Novel structures associated with presumed photoreceptors in the aboral sense organ of ctenophores. Tamm, Sidney L. Report Oct 1, 2016 2159
Functional consequences of the asymmetric architecture of the ctenophore statocyst. Tamm, Sidney L. Report Oct 1, 2015 7114
Ancient comb jellies maybe not so soft: Chinese fossils hint at rigid framework for filmy sea creatures. Milius, Susan Aug 8, 2015 443
Formation of the statolith in the ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi. Tamm, Sidney L. Report Aug 1, 2014 5592
Molecular characterization of an invasive novel cydippid ctenophore. Report Apr 1, 2014 271
Parasitic amoebae of the ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi. Report Apr 1, 2014 237
Comb jelly genes redraw tree of life: DNA data show creature belongs to earliest animal lineage. Maxmen, Amy Jan 25, 2014 631
Bounds on biomass estimates and energetic consequences of Ctenophora in the Northeast U.S. shelf ecosystem. Ford, Michael D.; Link, Jason S. Report Jan 1, 2014 5808
Evolutionary enigmas: comb jelly genetics suggest a radical redrawing of the tree of life. Maxmen, Amy Cover story May 18, 2013 3352
Comb jelly starts reproduction early: marine species thrives despite never reaching adulthood. Cheung, Rebecca Jun 2, 2012 375
Comb jellies take root in a new tree of animal life. Maxmen, Amy Brief article Apr 5, 2008 131
Planktonic feeding and evolutionary significance of the lobate body plan within the Ctenophora. Costello, John H.; Coverdale, Rebecca Oct 1, 1998 1007
Experimental analysis of tentacle formation in the ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi. Martindale, Mark Q.; Henry, Jonathan J. Oct 1, 1997 1046
Development and regeneration of comb plates in the ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi. Martindale, Mark Q.; Henry, Jonathan Q. Oct 1, 1996 930
Not all ctenophores are bioluminescent: Pleurobrachia. Haddock, Steven H.D.; Case, James F. Dec 1, 1995 3484

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