Multicellular animals: a new approach to the phylogenetic order in nature
The system of multicellular animals presented here is an alternative to the traditional classification system which still operates with the categories of Carl LinnA(c), including typological divisions in artificial species groups. In a new approach to the phylogenetic order in nature this book strives for an objective systematization of the metazoa. It seeks a new path in the field of academic research and teaching based on the theory and methodology of phylogenetic systematics. This volume covers the metazoa from the Porifera up to the Cestoda, Nemertini and Trochozoa; two more volumes to come will cover all the remaining metazoa.
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Establishing the Phylogenetic System
Problematic Large Divisions of Organisms
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accessory centriole aciliated Acoela Acoelomorpha adelphotaxa Annelida Anthozoa apomorphy auditory ossicles Autapomorphies Fig autapomorphy Bartolomaeus basal body Bilateria canal cell Catenulida centriole Cestoda choanocytes cilia ciliary rootlet cilium cleavage Cnidaria coelom congruences cross section Ctenophora Cubozoa Demospongea descent community Diagram Digenea dorsal ectoderm ectoderm and endoderm Ehlers endoderm epidermal cells epidermis epithelium Eumetazoa evolution evolutionary novelties evolved free-living glands glandular cells Gnathostomulida gonad ground pattern hermaphrodite Hydrozoa hypothesis individual intestine kinship relations larva layer longitudinal muscles Mammalia medusa mesoglea Metazoa microvilli monociliated Monogenea monophylum monophyly multiciliated muscle cells musculature Nemertini Nemertodermatida Neodermata nerve original parasites pharynx phylogenetic kinship phylogenetic system Placozoa Plathelminthes Plathelminthomorpha plesiomorphy Polycladida polyp pore Porifera postulated proboscis protonephridia Radialia Scyphozoa secondary body cavity sensory septa sister group sperm Spiralia sponges statocyst statolith stem lineage stem species stylet synapomorphy systematics taxa taxon tentacles terminal cell Trematoda ultrastructure unicellular unity ventral vitellocytes