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Annual Review of Entomology, ISSN 0066-4170, 01/2020, Volume 65, Issue 1
Although the insect circulatory system is involved in a multitude of vital physiological processes, it has gone grossly understudied. This review aims to... 
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Scientific Reports, ISSN 2045-2322, 12/2018, Volume 8, Issue 1, pp. 9872 - 8
In the scorpionfly Panorpa, a recent study suggested monochromatic vision due to evidence of only a single opsin found in transcriptome data. To reconsider... 
COLOR-VISION | PHYLOGENY | OPSIN GENES | EVOLUTION | MITOCHONDRIAL | PANORPA MECOPTERA | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | ALGORITHM | LARVAL EYE | DIVERSITY | EXPRESSION | Hypotheses | Opsins | Vision | Ocelli | Phylogeny | Gene expression | Species
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Arthropod Structure and Development, ISSN 1467-8039, 07/2018, Volume 47, Issue 4, pp. 391 - 407
Insect wings consist almost entirely of lifeless cuticle; yet their veins host a complex multimodal sensory apparatus and other tissues that require a... 
Hemolymph | Cuticle | Hydration | Sensory organ | Respiration | Flight | HYDRAULIC MECHANISM | EVOLUTIONARY INNOVATIONS | HEMOLYMPH CIRCULATION | MECHANICAL-PROPERTIES | ENTOMOLOGY | CAMPANIFORM SENSILLA | SCHISTOCERCA-GREGARIA | BUTTERFLY WINGS | ULTRASONIC HEARING | ACCESSORY PULSATILE ORGANS | CHORDOTONAL ORGANS | Aerodynamics
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Systematic Entomology, ISSN 0307-6970, 10/2014, Volume 39, Issue 4, pp. 800 - 805
The antennal hearts of the zorapteran Zorotypus hubbardi and of two psocopteran species (Caecilius sp., Embidopsocus sp.) are described in detail and compared... 
CIRCULATORY ORGANS | WING BASE | EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY | REPRODUCTIVE-SYSTEM | FINE-STRUCTURE | HEXAPODA | ORDERS | CAUDELLI KARNY ZORAPTERA | MECOPTERA | FUNCTIONAL-MORPHOLOGY | ENTOMOLOGY | PHYLOGENETIC IMPLICATIONS | Insects
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by Misof, Bernhard and Liu, Shanlin and Meusemann, Karen and Peters, Ralph S and Donath, Alexander and Mayer, Christoph and Frandsen, Paul B and Ware, Jessica and Flouri, Tomáš and Beutel, Rolf G and Niehuis, Oliver and Petersen, Malte and Izquierdo-Carrasco, Fernando and Wappler, Torsten and Rust, Jes and Aberer, Andre J and Aspöck, Ulrike and Aspöck, Horst and Bartel, Daniela and Blanke, Alexander and Berger, Simon and Böhm, Alexander and Buckley, Thomas R and Calcott, Brett and Chen, Junqing and Friedrich, Frank and Fukui, Makiko and Fujita, Mari and Greve, Carola and Grobe, Peter and Gu, Shengchang and Huang, Ying and Jermiin, Lars S and Kawahara, Akito Y and Krogmann, Lars and Kubiak, Martin and Lanfear, Robert and Letsch, Harald and Li, Yiyuan and Li, Zhenyu and Li, Jiguang and Lu, Haorong and Machida, Ryuichiro and Mashimo, Yuta and Kapli, Pashalia and McKenna, Duane D and Meng, Guanliang and Nakagaki, Yasutaka and Navarrete-Heredia, José Luis and Ott, Michael and Ou, Yanxiang and Pass, Günther and Podsiadlowski, Lars and Pohl, Hans and Von Reumont, Björn M and Schütte, Kai and Sekiya, Kaoru and Shimizu, Shota and Slipinski, Adam and Stamatakis, Alexandros and Song, Wenhui and Su, Xu and Szucsich, Nikolaus U and Tan, Meihua and Tan, Xuemei and Tang, Min and Tang, Jingbo and Timelthaler, Gerald and Tomizuka, Shigekazu and Trautwein, Michelle and Tong, Xiaoli and Uchifune, Toshiki and Walzl, Manfred G and Wiegmann, Brian M and Wilbrandt, Jeanne and Wipfler, Benjamin and Wong, Thomas K. F and Wu, Qiong and Wu, Gengxiong and Xie, Yinlong and Yang, Shenzhou and Yang, Qing and Yeates, David K and Yoshizawa, Kazunori and Zhang, Qing and Zhang, Rui and Zhang, Wenwei and Zhang, Yunhui and Zhao, Jing and Zhou, Chengran and Zhou, Lili and Ziesmann, Tanja and Zou, Shijie and Li, Yingrui and Xu, Xun and Zhang, Yong and Yang, Huanming and Wang, Jian and Wang, Jun and Kjer, Karl M and ...
Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 11/2014, Volume 346, Issue 6210, pp. 763 - 767
Insects are the most speciose group of animals, but the phylogenetic relationships of many major lineages remain unresolved. We inferred the phylogeny of... 
EVIDENCE CONVERGE | HOLOMETABOLOUS INSECTS | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | LIGHT | Animals | Genetic Code | Time Factors | Insecta - classification | Genomics | Insect Proteins - genetics | Genome, Insect | Phylogeny | Insect Proteins - classification | Insecta - genetics | Phylogenetics | Insects | Evolutionary biology | Origins | Evolutionary | Genes | Hips | Amino acids | Nucleotides
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Developmental Biology, ISSN 0012-1606, 2008, Volume 318, Issue 1, pp. 29 - 37
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