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On the Origin of Phyla

by James W. Valentine

  • 195 Want to read
  • 11 Currently reading

Published by University Of Chicago Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Developmental biology,
  • Evolution,
  • Zoology & animal sciences,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Life Sciences - Evolution,
  • Paleontology,
  • Science / Zoology,
  • Life Sciences - Zoology - General,
  • Evolution (Biology),
  • Phylogeny

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages608
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9593800M
    ISBN 100226845494
    ISBN 109780226845494

    Most animal phyla originated in a brief span of geological time animal origin about a billion years ago. relationships among phyla within each are difficult to resolve, but the differences between these three clades are clear, based on their nucleic acid Size: KB. So much has to be crammed into today's biology courses that basic information on animal groups and their evolutionary origins is often left out. This is particularly true for the invertebrates. The second edition of Janet Moore's An Introduction to the Invertebrates fills this gap by providing a short updated guide to the invertebrate phyla Author: Janet Moore.

      The history of Phyla-Vell explained in a minute. Who is the daughter of Captain Mar-Vell? Class is in session Suggested reading: * Captain Marvel: Odyssey. In his book, Systema Naturæ, the Swedish botanist Linnaeus grouped the animals into quadrupeds, birds, "amphibians" (including tortoises, lizards and snakes), fish, "insects" (Insecta, in which he included arachnids, crustaceans and centipedes) and "worms" (Vermes).

      Captain Marvel #16 1st appearance of Phyla-vell sub 25k print run. It’s not super rare but not abundant either. I have found this book to be all over the place in pricing and availability but under 20 for a NM copy is an easy win. Graded copies are few and far between but have sold in the $ rage. phylum (n.) "division of the plant or animal kingdom," , Modern Latin, coined by French naturalist Georges Léopole Chrétien Frédéric Dagobert, Baron Cuvier () from Greek phylon "race, stock," related to phyle "tribe, clan" (from PIE root *bheue-"to be, exist, grow"). The immediate source of the English word probably is from German.


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Truly a magnum opus, On the Origin of Phyla will take its place as one of the classic scientific texts of the twentieth century, affecting the work of paleontologists, morphologists, and developmental, molecular, and evolutionary biologists for decades to by:   By investigating the origins of life's diversity, Valentine unlocks the mystery of the origin of phyla.

One of the twentieth century's most distinguished Owing its inspiration and title to On the Origin of Species, James W. Valentine's ambitious book synthesizes and applies the vast treasury of theory and research collected in the century and a half since Darwin's time/5. Darwin wisely called his best-known work On the Origin of Species; the origin of phyla is an even stickier problem, and Valentine deserves credit for tackling it at such breadth A magnificent book.—Stefan Bengtson, Nature.

— Stefan Bengtson. : $ Darwin wisely called his best-known work On the Origin of the Species; the origin of the phyla is an even stickier problem, and Valentine deserves credit for tackling it at such breadth A magnificient bookStefan Bengtson, Nature.

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- Richard Fortey, New Scientist "Truly a magnum opus, On the Origin of Phyla has already taken its place as one of the classic scientific texts of the twentieth century, affecting the work of paleontologists, morphologists, and developmental, molecular, and evolutionary biologists for decades to come.".

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Valentine's ambitious book synthesizes and applies the vast treasury of phyla theory and research collected in the century and a half since Darwin's time. By investigating the origins of life's diversity, Valentine unlocks the mystery of the origin of phyla/5(19). Book Review: On the Origin of Phyla.

Article In this final chapter I will revisit the original aims of the book, reviewing key themes and findings from my analysis and highlighting those.

Owing its inspiration and title to "On the Origin of Species", James W. Valentine's ambitious book synthesizes and applies the vast treasury of phyla theory and research collected in the century and a half since Darwin's time. In attempting to understand the origin of phyla (the bilaterian animal phyla, actually), one is confounded by the trifecta of evolutionary biology: How history, phenotypic determination in development and natural selection interact.

On the Origin of Phyla. By James W Valentine. Chicago (Illinois): University of Chicago Press. $ xxiv + p; ill.; : 0–––6. Developmental and evolutionary mechanisms underpinning the origin of phyla [ 1 ] are vital for understanding the nature of the Cambrian explosion and subsequent major radiations of animal : Bradley Deline, Jeffrey R.

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Sign On My Account Basket Help. Owing its inspiration and title to On the Origin of Species, James W. Valentine's ambitious book synthesizes and applies the vast treasury of theory and research collected in the century and a half since Darwin's time.

By investigating the origins of life's. Advocates of the panspermia hypothesis believe that tardigrades had an extraterrestrial origin, although DNA sequencing data indicate that the phylum Tardigrada (tardigrades) is a sister clade with the phylum Arthropoda (arthropods), and both phyla (Tardigrada + Arthropoda) form a sister clade with the phylum Onychophora (velvet worms).

On the Origin of Phyla is divided into 14 chapters that are grouped into three main sections: ‘Evidence of the Origins of Metazoan Phyla’ (chapters 1–5, pp. 1–), ‘The Metazoan Phyla’ (chapters 6–11, pp. –), and ‘The Evolution of the Phyla’ (chapters 12–14, pp.

.On the Origin of Phyla is divided into 14 chapters that are grouped into three main sections: ‘Evidence of the Origins of Metazoan Phyla’ (chapters 1–5, pp. 1–), ‘The Metazoan Phyla’ (chapters 6–11, pp. –), and ‘The Evolution of the Phyla’ (chapters 12–14, pp.

–).Cited by: 2.The fourth Captain Marvel is Phyla-Vell, Genis-Vell's younger sister. She was created by Peter David and Paul Azaceta in Captain Marvel (vol. 5) #16 (January ). Her name is a taxonomical pun on the part of writer Peter David.

Phyla is created when Genis, an only child, recreates the universe and, in doing so, creates various anomalies which Characters: Mar-Vell, Monica Rambeau, Genis-Vell.