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HISTOCHEMISTRY OF CHOLINESTERASE IN AMPHIOXUS (BRANCHIOSTOMA LANCEOLATUM, PALLAS)FLOOD PR.1974; J. COMP. NEUROL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1974; VOL. 157; NO 4; PP. 407-437; BIBL. 2P.1/2Article

AN AMPHIOXUS LANCEOLATUS AGGLUTINATING FACTOR FOR HUMAN RED CELLSDE BENEDICTIS G; CAPALBO P.1981; J. IMMUNOGENET.; ISSN 0305-1811; GBR; DA. 1981; VOL. 8; NO 3; PP. 225-230; BIBL. 11 REF.Article

INVERSE PROMINENCE OF EPENDYMA AND CAPILLARIES IN THE SPINAL CORD OF VERTEBRATES: A COMPARATIVE HISTOCHEMICAL STUDY. = RELATION INVERSE ENTRE L'EPENDYME ET LES CAPILLAIRES DANS LA MOELLE EPINIERE DES VERTEBRES: ETUDE HISTOCHIMIQUE COMPAREESARNAT HB; CAMPA JF; LLOYD JM et al.1975; AMER. J. ANAT.; U.S.A.; DA. 1975; VOL. 143; NO 4; PP. 439-450; BIBL. 1 P.Article

THE INTERPRETATION OF VOLTAGE-CONCENTRATION RELATIONSJAFFE LF.1974; J. THEOR. BIOL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1974; VOL. 48; NO 1; PP. 11-18; BIBL. 30REF.Article

The primary structure of a new Mr 18,000 calcium vector protein from amphioxusKOBAYASHI, T; TAKAGI, T; KONISHI, K et al.The Journal of biological chemistry (Print). 1987, Vol 262, Num 6, pp 2613-2623, issn 0021-9258Article

THYROTROPIN-RELEASING HORMONE (TRH): DISTRIBUTION IN HYPOTHALAMIC AND EXTRAHYPOTHALAMIC BRAIN TISSUES OF MAMMALIAN AND SUBMAMMALIAN CHORDATES = HORMONE DECHARGEANT LA THYREOSTIMULINE (TRH): REPARTITION DANS LES TISSUS HYPOTHALAMIQUES ET EXTRAHYPOTHALAMIQUES CEREBRAUX DES MAMMIFERES ET DES CHORDES SOUS-MAMMALIENSJACKSON IMD; REICHLIN S.1974; ENDOCRINOLOGY; U.S.A.; DA. 1974; VOL. 95; NO 3; PP. 854-862; BIBL. 1 P. 1/2Article

HOMOLOGY OF THE INDUCING TISSUES.TRAUT W.1979; Z. ZOOL. SYSTEM. EVOL.-FORSCH.; DEU; DA. 1979; SUPPL. 1; PP. 51-56; ABS. GER; BIBL. 2 P.Conference Paper

GENOME ANALYSIS OF AMPHIOXUS AND SPECULATION AS TO THE ORIGIN OF CONTRASTING VERTEBRATE GENOME ORGANIZATION PATTERNSSCHMIDTKE J; EPPLEN JT; ENGEL W et al.1979; COMP. BIOCHEM. PHYSIOL., B; GBR; DA. 1979; VOL. 63; NO 4; PP. 455-458; BIBL. 25 REF.Article

Amino acid sequence of two sarcoplasmic calcium-binding proteins from the protochordate AmphioxusTAKAGI, T; KONISHI, K; COX, J. A et al.Biochemistry (Easton). 1986, Vol 25, Num 12, pp 3585-3592, issn 0006-2960Article

Early chordate evolution. I: Amphioxus, the riddle of the sandsBERRILL, N. J.International journal of invertebrate reproduction and development. 1987, Vol 11, Num 1, pp 1-13, issn 0168-8170Article

THE ORDOVICIAN FOSSIL LAGYNOCYSTIS PYRAMIDALIS (BARRANDE) AND THE ANCESTRY OF AMPHIOXUSJEFFERIES RPS.1973; PHILOS. TRANS. R. SOC. LONDON, B; G.B. ; 1973, VOL. 265, NUM. 0871, P. 409 A 469Serial Issue

CILIATED SENSORY CELLS IN AMPHIOXUS (BRANCHIOSTOMA).BONE Q; BEST ACG.1978; J. MAR. BIOL. ASS. U.K.; GBR; DA. 1978; VOL. 58; NO 2; PP. 479-486; H.T. 3; BIBL. 9 REF.Article

La formation de la tête des vertébrés : faits et hypothèses = Head formation in the vertebrates: facts and hypothesesLOURYAN, S.Revue médicale de Bruxelles. 2005, Vol 26, Num 2, pp 98-102, issn 0035-3639, 5 p.Article

Non-synchronous spawning behavior in laboratory reared amphioxus Branchiostoma belcheri GrayMIZUTA, Takanobu; KUBOKAWA, Kaoru.Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology. 2004, Vol 309, Num 2, pp 239-251, issn 0022-0981, 13 p.Article

Early chordate evolution. II: Amphioxus and ascidians to settle or not to settleBERRILL, N. J.International journal of invertebrate reproduction and development. 1987, Vol 11, Num 1, pp 15-27, issn 0168-8170Article

Crête neurale et évolution des vertébrés = Neural crest and Vertebrate evolutionLE DOUARIN, Nicole M; CREUZET, Sophie.Biologie aujourd'hui. 2011, Vol 205, Num 2, pp 87-94, issn 2105-0678, 8 p.Conference Paper

Development of a semi-closed aquaculture system for monitoring of individual amphioxus (Branchiostoma lanceolatum), with high survivorshipSOMORJAI, Ildiko M. L; CAMASSES, Alain; RIVIERE, Béatrice et al.Aquaculture (Amsterdam). 2008, Vol 281, Num 1-4, pp 145-150, issn 0044-8486, 6 p.Article

Origine des vertébrés : la tunique fait-elle le moine ? = Vertebrate origins : does the tunic make the man?DELSUC, Frédéric; BAURAIN, Denis; PHILIPPE, Hervé et al.MS. Médecine sciences. 2006, Vol 22, Num 8-9, pp 688-690, issn 0767-0974, 3 p.Article

Amphioxus and tunicates as evolutionary model systemsSCHUBERT, Michael; ESCRIVA, Hector; XAVIER-NETO, José et al.Trends in ecology & evolution (Amsterdam). 2006, Vol 21, Num 5, pp 269-277, issn 0169-5347, 9 p.Article

Further study of the ultrastructure of the Sertoli cell of the testis of AmphioxusFANG YONG-QIANG.Dongwu xuébào. 1991, Vol 37, Num 2, pp 123-126, issn 0001-7302Article

A baseline study of benthic community associated with Amphioxus Sand in subtropical Hong KongCHEN, Y; CHEUNG, S. G; SHIN, P. K. S et al.Marine pollution bulletin. 2013, Vol 72, Num 1, pp 274-280, issn 0025-326X, 7 p.Article

Annual change of the gonadal development of the amphioxus in XiamenFANG YONGQIANG; QI XIANG; LIANG PING et al.Acta oceanologica sinica. 1991, Vol 10, Num 3, pp 477-479, issn 0253-505XArticle

Evolutionary origins of the estrogen signaling system: Insights from amphioxus : Steroid Metabolism in Marine OrganismsCALLARD, G. V; TARRANT, A. M; HOOVER, C et al.Journal of steroid biochemistry and molecular biology. 2011, Vol 127, Num 3-5, pp 176-188, issn 0960-0760, 13 p.Article

Growth, secondary production and gonad development of two co-existing amphioxus species (Branchiostoma belcheri and B. malayanum) in subtropical Hong KongYAN CHEN; SHIN, Paul K. S; CHEUNG, S. G et al.Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology. 2008, Vol 357, Num 1, pp 64-74, issn 0022-0981, 11 p.Article

Involvement of AmphiREL, a Rel-like gene identified in Brachiastoma belcheri, in LPS-induced response: Implication for evolution of Rel subfamily genesXIAOJUN SONG; PING JIN; JING HU et al.Genomics (San Diego, Calif.). 2012, Vol 99, Num 6, pp 361-369, issn 0888-7543, 9 p.Article

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