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1. METHODOLOGY ARTICLE Open Access

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2. A New Flow-Regulating Cell Type in the Demosponge Tethya wilhelma – Functional Cellular Anatomy of a Leuconoid Canal System

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3. Bakteriochlorophyllvorstufen und Pigment-Protein-Komplexe in Rhodospirillum rubrum ST3 und GN11 ; Bakteriochlorophyllprecursors and pigment-protein-complexes in Rhodospirillum...


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4. Ökologie und Phylogenie grönländischer Wolfsspinnen (Lycosidae, Araneae) ; Ecology and phylogeny of Greenlandic wolf spiders (Lycosidae, Araneae)


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5. Sponge budding is a spatiotemporal morphological patterning process: Insights from synchrotron radiation-based x-ray microtomography into the asexual reproduction of Tethya...


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6. Climate change and sexual size dimorphism in an Arctic spider

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7. Sponge budding is a spatiotemporal morphological patterning process: Insights from synchrotron radiation-based x-ray microtomography into the asexual reproduction of Tethya...

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8. Sponge budding is a spatiotemporal morphological patterning process: Insights from synchrotron radiation-based x-ray microtomography into the asexual reproduction of Tethya...

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9. The contractile sponge epithelium sensu lato - body contraction of the demosponge Tethya wilhelma is mediated by the pinacoderm


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10. Independent evolution of striated muscles in cnidarians and bilaterians

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