Senoturbellida

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Senoturbellida


Rang oaylleeagh
Ream: Eukaryota
Reeriaght: Animalia
Far-phylum: Deuterostomia
Phylum: Xenacoelomorpha
Fo-phylum: Xenoturbellida
Kynney: Xenoturbellidae
Genus: Xenoturbella
Dooie

Xenoturbella bocki Westblad 1949
Xenoturbella westbladi Israelsson 1999

She genus dy veiyn daa-heuagh eh Senoturbella ny Xenoturbella. Ta daa ghooie dhianeagh aynsyn. Hooar Sixten Bock y chied dooie (Xenoturbella bocki) ayns 1915, agh cha daink rish coontey screeuit derrey 1949, liorish Einar Westblad.[1]

Rang-oardraghey[reagh]

Ta daa ghooie 'sy ghenus Xenoturbella:

Cha nel eie soit er y rang-oardraghey kiart. Hoshiaght chreid oayllee dy nee mooinjer eeastyn shliggagh v'ayn, agh dooyrt kuse jeu dy row y GDN er ny hollaghey ec GDN eeastyn shliggagh v'ad er nyn ee, as bare lhieu rang-oardraghey Xenoturbella myr deuterostomagh bunneydagh nagh row mastey ny phyla v'ayn hannah.[2] Ayns 2006, hooar studeyrys elley dy nee oohyn Xenoturbellida hene v'ayn, cha nee oohyn eeastyn shliggagh eeit v'ayn, agh ghow ad rish dy row y chied studeyrys er ny hollaghey ny yei shen as dy nee deuterostomagh t'ayn.[3] Ec y traa t'ayn she oltey ynrican y phylum Xenoturbellida t'ayn.[4][5] Rere jalloo-oaylleeaght as bea-oaylleeaght chovreneenagh, t'ad credjal dy nee faggys-mooinjer Acoelomorpha t'ayn.[6][7][8]

Ta oltscarrey GDN mitochondriagh cowraghey dy nee bun-phossan deuterostomagh t'ayn, ny co-phossan Echinoderma as Hemichordata, foddee.[9][10][11] Ta oayllee elley ad y chur ny smoo bunneydagh, mastey Metasoa.[12]

Jalloo-oaylleeaght[reagh]

Ta Xenoturbella wheesh as 4cm er lhiurid. Ta corp neuchramp echey, gyn inçhyn, corys keckey, collane ny gonad , ny organe erbee agh statocyst as killagyn scuitçhal echey. Ta corys nearag skeayllt echey.

Imraaghyn[reagh]

  1. Einar Westblad (1949). "Xenoturbella bocki n. g., n. sp., a peculiar, primitive Turbellarian type" (Baarle). Arkiv för Zoologi 1. 
  2. S. J. Bourlat, C. Nielsen, A. E. Lockyer, D. Timothy, J. Littlewood, M. J. Telford (2003). "Xenoturbella is a deuterostome that eats molluscs". Nature 424 (6951). doi:10.1038/nature01851. PMID 12931184. 
  3. O. Israelsson O, G. E. Budd G E (2006). "Eggs and embryos in Xenoturbella (phylum uncertain) are not ingested prey". Development Genes and Evolution 215 (7). doi:10.1007/s00427-005-0485-x. PMID 15818482. 
  4. G. Haszprunar; R.M. Rieger, P. Schuchert (1991). "Extant 'Problematica' within or near the Metazoa.", ayns Simonetta, A.M. & Conway Morris, S.: The Early Evolution of Metazoa and the Significance of Problematic Taxa. Oxford University. Press, 99–105.
  5. S. J. Bourlat, T. Juliusdottir, C. J. Lowe, R. Freeman, J. Aronowicz, M. Kirschner, E. S. Lander, M. Thorndyke, H. Nakano, A. B. Kohn, A. Heyland, L. L. Moroz, R. R. Copley, M. J. Telford (2006). "Deuterostome phylogeny reveals monophyletic chordates and the new phylum Xenoturbellida". Nature 444 (7115). doi:10.1038/nature05241. PMID 17051155. Bibcode2006Natur.444...85B. 
  6. Lundin, K. (1998). "The epidermal ciliary rootlets of Xenoturbella bocki (Xenoturbellida) revisited: new support for a possible kinship with the Acoelomorpha (Platyhelminthes)". Zoologica Scripta 27. 
  7. Raikova, O. I.; Reuter, M., Jondelius, U., & Gustafsson, M. K. S. (2000). "An immunocytochemical and ultrastructural study of the nervous and muscular systems of Xenoturbella westbladi (Bilateria inc. sed.).". Zoomorphology 120. 
  8. Hejnol, A.; Obst, M., Stamatakis, A., Ott, M., Rouse, G. W., Edgecombe, G. D., et al. (2009). "Assessing the root of bilaterian animals with scalable phylogenomic methods". Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B 276. 
  9. Perseke M; Hankeln T, Weich B, Fritzsch G, Stadler PF, Israelsson O, Bernhard D, Schlegel M. (2007). "The mitochondrial DNA of Xenoturbella bocki: genomic architecture and phylogenetic analysis". Theory in biosciences 126 (1). 
  10. "Xenoturbellida: the fourth deuterostome phylum and the diet of worms" (2008) 46 (11). doi:10.1002/dvg.20414. PMID 18821586. 
  11. Philippe, H. (2011). "Acoelomorph flatworms are deuterostomes related to Xenoturbella". Nature 470 (7333). doi:10.1038/nature09676. Bibcode2011Natur.470..255P. 
  12. Edgecombe, G. D.; Giribet, G.; Dunn, C. W.; Hejnol, A.; Kristensen, R. M.; Neves, R. C.; Rouse, G. W.; Worsaae, K. et al. (2011). "Higher-level metazoan relationships: Recent progress and remaining questions". Organisms Diversity & Evolution 11 (2): 151. doi:10.1007/s13127-011-0044-4. 

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