Dorsoventral Axis Inversion Literature

compiled by Chris Cameron

BIOL 606, February 1999

Arendt D. & Nübler-Jung K. 1994. Inversion of the dorsoventral axis? Nature 371: 26.

----1996. Common ground plans in early brain development in mice and flies. BioEssays 18: 255- -259.

----1997. Dorsal or ventral: similarities in fate maps and gastrulation patterns in annelids, arthropods and chordates. Mechanisms of Development 61: 7--21.

Bergstrîm J. 1997. Origin of high-rank groups of organisms. Paleontological Research 1: 1--14.

Carroll S.B. 1995. Homeotic genes and the evolution of arthropods and chordates. Nature. 376: 479-485.

Dohrn, A. 1881-1907. Studien zur Urgeschichte des Wirbelthierkorpers. Mitt. Zool. Stat. Neapel. Vols. 3-18.

DeRobertis E.M. & Sasai Y. 1996. A common plan for dorsoventral patterning in Bilateria. Nature 380: 37--40.

Geoffrey-Saint-Hiliare E. 1822. Considerations generales sur la vertebre. Mem. du Mus. Hist. Nat. 9: 89-119.

Holley S.A., P.D. Jackson, Y. Sasai, B. Lu, E.M. DeRobertis, F.M. Hoffmann and E.L. Ferguson 1995. A conserved system for dorsal-ventral patterning in insects and vertebrates involving sog and chordin. Nature 376: 249-253.

Lacalli T.C. 1996. Dorsoventral axis inversion: a phylogenetic perspective. BioEssays 18: 251-- 254.

----1997. The nature and origin of deuterostomes: some unresolved issues. Invertebr. Biol. 116: 363--370.

Malakhov V.V. 1977. The problem of the basic structural plan in various groups of Deuterostomia. Zhurnal Obshey Biolgii [Journal of General Biology] 38: 485--499 [in Russian].

Nübler-Jung K. & Arendt D. 1994. Is ventral in insects dorsal in vertebrates? A history of embryological arguments favoring axis inversion in chordate ancestors. Roux's Arch. Dev. Biol. 203: 357--366.

----1998. Dorsoventral axis inversion: enteropneusts link invertebrates to chordates turned upside down. J. Zool. Syst. Evolut. (In press).

Edward E. Ruppert, Christopher B. Cameron, and Jennifer E. Frick. 1999. Endostyle-like features of the dorsal epibranchial ridge of an enteropneust and the hypothesis of dorsal-ventral axis inversion in chordates. Invertebr. Biol. (In press).