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Dunn, C.W. 2005. Complex colony-level organization of the deep-sea siphonophore Bargmannia elongata (Cnidaria, Hydrozoa) is directionally asymmetric and arises by the sub-division of pro-buds. Developmental Dynamics 234: 835-845.
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10.1002/dvdy.20483 [view]
Dunn, C. W.
2005
Complex colony-level organization of the deep-sea siphonophore Bargmannia elongata (Cnidaria, Hydrozoa) is directionally asymmetric and arises by the subdivision of pro-buds
Dev. Dyn
234(4), 835-845
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Siphonophores are free-swimming colonial hydrozoans (Cnidaria) composed of asexually produced multicellular zooids. These zooids, which are homologous to solitary animals, are functionally specialized and arranged in complex species-specific patterns. The
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