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|Title:||Animal Evolution: The enigmatic phylum placozoa revisited|
|Author:||Miller, David James|
Ball, Eldon E.
|Citation:||Current Biology, 2005; 15(1):R26-R28|
|Organisation:||Centre for the Molecular Genetics of Development|
|Abstract:||A recent report of high levels of genetic variation between strains of Trichoplax adhaerens challenges the traditional view that the phylum Placozoa comprises only one species. At the morphological level, placozoans are amongst the simplest extant animals, but molecular evidence suggests that they may have more complex origins.|
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