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1. The complete mitochondrial genome of Alligator mississippiensis and the separation between recent archosauria (birds and crocodiles)


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2. Cytochrome b nucleotide sequences and the identification of five primary lineages of extant cetaceans


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3. Pinniped Phylogeny Enlightened by Molecular Hybridizations Using Highly Repetitive DNA


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4. A complete sequence of the mitochondrial genome of the western lowland gorilla


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5. Molecular studies on two variant repeat types of the common cetacean DNA satellite of the sperm whale, and the relationship between Physeteridae (sperm whales) and Ziphiidae...


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6. Analyses of mitochondrial DNA nest ratite birds within the Neognathae: supporting a neotenous origin of ratite morphological characters

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7. Analyses of mitochondrial genomes strongly support a hippopotamus-whale clade.

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8. Cetacean mitochondrial DNA control region: sequences of all extant baleen whales and two sperm whale species


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9. Mysticete (baleen whale) relationships based upon the sequence of the common cetacean DNA satellite


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10. Characteristics of a conserved 1,579-bp highly repetitive component in the killer whale, Orcinus orca


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