References on Notosaria

 

Ager D. V., 1987. Why the rhynchonellid brachiopod survived and the spiriferids did not. A suggestion. Palaeontology, 30 (4), 853-857.

Asgaard U., 1986. Pædomorphosis in brachiopods: a response to stressful environments? In: les Brachiopodes fossiles et actuels, Racheboeuf P. R. & C. Emig Eds, Actes du 1er Congrès international sur les Brachiopodes, Brest, 1986. Biostratigr. Paléozoïque, 4, 43-46.

Bitner M. A., 1996. Paleobiogeographic - paleoenvironmental significance of the eocene brachiopod fauna, Seymour Island, Antarctica. Proc. 3rd intern. Brachiopod congr., Balkema Rotterdam, pp.41-45.

Bitner M. A., 1996. Brachiopods from the Eocene La Meseta Formation of Seymour Island, Antarctic Peninsula. Palaeontologia polonica, 55, 65-100.

Bitner M. A., 1997. Cenozoic brachiopod fauna of Antarctica. Polish Polar studies, 24th Polar Symposium, Warsaw 1997, pp. 21-29.

Bowen Z. P., 1968. A guide to New Zealand Recent brachiopods. Tuatara, 16 (2), 127-150.

Brand U., A. Logan, N. Hiller & J. Richardson, 2003. Geochemistry of modern brachiopods: applications and implications for oceanography and paleoceanography. Chemical Geology, 198, 305-334.

Campbell H. J. & C. A. Fleming, 1981. Brachiopoda from Fiordland, New-Zealand, collected during the New Golden Hind Expedition, 1946. N. Z. J. Zool., 8, 145-155.

Carpenter S. J. & K. C. Lohmann, 1995. d18O and d13C values of modern brachiopod shells. Geochim. Cosmoschim. Acta, 58 (18), 3749-3764.

Chuang S. H., 1994. Brachiopoda. In: Reproductive Biology of Invertebrates, Eds Adiyodi K. G. & R. G. Adiyodi, In: Asexual propagation and reproductive strategies, Oxford & IBH Publishing, New Dehli, vol. VI, part B, 315-328.

Chuang S. H., 1996. Competence, pre- and post-settlement choices of articulate brachiopod larvae. In: Brachiopods, Copper P. & J. Jin (Eds), Proc. 3rd Internat. Brachiopod Congr. (Sudbury, sept. 1995), pp. 65-67.

Cohen B. L. & A. Weydmann, 2005. Molecular evidence that phoronids are a subtaxon of brachiopods (Brachiopoda: Phoronata) and that genetic divergence of metazoan phyla began long before the early Cambrian. Organisms, Diversity & Evolution, 5, 253-273.

Cohen B. L., Gawthrop A. B. & T. Cavalier-Smith, 1998. Molecular phylogeny of brachiopods and phoronids based on nuclear-encoded small subunit ribosomal RNA gene sequences. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, B 353, 2039-2061.

Cohen B. L., Starck S., Gawthrop A. B., Burke M. E. & C. W. Thayer, 1998. Comparison of articulate brachiopod nuclear and mitochondrial gene trees leads to a clade-based redefinition of protosomes (Protostomozoa) and deuterostomes (Deuterostomozoa). Proc. Roy. Soc. Lond. B, 265, 475-482.

Collins M. J., 1986. Post mortality strength loss in shells of the Recent articulate brachiopod Terebratulina retusa (L.) from the west coast of Scotland. In: les Brachiopodes fossiles et actuels, Racheboeuf P. R. & C. Emig Eds, Actes du 1er Congrès international sur les Brachiopodes, Brest, 1986. Biostratigr. Paléozoïque, 4, 209-218.

Cooper G. A., 1959. Genera of Tertiary and Recent Rhynchonelloid Brachiopods. Smiths. Misc. Coll., 139 (5), 1-90, 22 pl.

Cooper G. A., 1973. New Brachiopoda from the Indian Ocean. Smiths. Contr. Paleobiol., 16, 1-43, 8 pl.

Curry G. B., 1983. Microboring in Recent brachiopods and the functions of cæca. Lethaia, 16, 119-127.

Curry G. B., Ansell A. D., James M. & L. Peck, 1989. Physiological constraints on living and fossil brachiopods. Trans. Roy Soc. Edinb., Earth Sci., 80,255+262.

Curry G. B., Cusak M., Walton D., Endo K., Clegg H., Abbott G. & H. Armstrong, 1991. Biogeochemistry of brachiopod intracrystalline molecules. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. London B, 333, 359-366.

Curry G. B., Quinn R., Collins M. J., Endo K., Ewing S., Muyzer G. & P.Westbroek, 1991. Immunological responses from brachiopod skeletal macromolecules; a new technique for assessing taxonomic relationships using shells. Lethaia, 24, 399-407.

Dawson E. W., 1991. The systematics and biogeography of the living Brachiopoda of new Zealand. In: Brachiopods through time, MacKinnon D. I., Lee D. E. & J. D. Campbell Eds, Balkema, Rotterdam, pp. 431-437.

Dawson E. W. , 1971. A reference list and bibliography of the Recent brachiopoda of New Zealand. J. Roy. Soc. N. Z., 1 (2), 159-174.

Emig C. C., 1989. Exemples de dégradation post-mortem des coquilles de Brachiopodes actuels et conséquences paléoécologiques. In: El estudio de la forma orgánica, V Jorn. Paleont. Soc. esp. Paleont., Valencia 1989, Serv. Publ. Univ. Valencia, p. 43-44.

Emig C. C., 1990. Examples of post-mortality alteration in Recent brachipod shells and (paleo) ecological consequences. Mar. Biol., 104, 233-238.

Emig C. C., 1991. Tipos de disgregación post mortem de la concha en braquiópodos actuales. Rev. Esp. Paleont., No. Extraord., 95-100.

Emig C. C. & F. Alvarez, 1990. Procesos tafonómicos de alteración en braquiópodos actuales. Com. Reunión Tafonomía y Fosilización, Madrid 1990, pp. 81-86.

Endo K., Curry G. B., Quinn R., Collins M. J., Muyzer G. & P. Westbroek, 1994. Re-interpretation of Terebratulide phylogeny based on immunological data. Palaeontology, 37 (2), 349-373.

Foster M. W., 1974. Recent Antarctic and subAntarctic brachiopods. Antarct. Res. Ser., Washington, 21, 1-189.

Gaspard D., 1991. Microstructural organization of exoskeleton of some articulate brachiopods (Terebratulida, Rhynchonellida) - The importance of the calcitic granules and the effects of diagenesis. In: Mechanisms and phylogeny of mineralization in biological systems, Suga S. and H. Nakahara (Eds.), Springer Verlag, pp. 403-407.

Gaspard D., 1992. Evènements environmentaux révélés par la biominéralisation des coquilles de brachiopodes articulés. Geobios, Mém. sp. 14, 59-70.

Gaspard D., 1992. Patterns of skeletal biomineralization and diagenetic evolution in articulate brachiopods: Terebratulida, Rhynchonellida. Geochronique, Special Kyoto 1992, 42, 93.

Grange K. R., R. J. Singleton, J. R. Richardson, P. J. Hill & W. de L. Main, 1981. Shallow rock-wall biological association of some southern fiords of New-Zealand. N. Z. J. Zool., 8, 209-227.

Hammen C. S., 1977. Brachiopod metabolism and enzymes. Amer. Zool., 141-147.

Hiller N., 1988. The development of growth lines on articulate brachiopods. Lethaia, 21, 177-188.

Hoverd W. A., 1985. Histological and ultrastructural observations of the lophophore and larvae of the brachiopod, Notosaria nigricans (Sowerby 1846). J. nat. Hist., 19 (5), 831-850.

Hoverd W. A., 1986. The adult lophophore of Notosaria nigricans (Brachiopoda). In: les Brachiopodes fossiles et actuels, Racheboeuf P. R. & C. Emig Eds, Actes du 1er Congrès international sur les Brachiopodes, Brest, 1986. Biostratigr. Paléozoïque, 4, 307-312.

Hunt S. & K. Oates, 1978. Fine structure and molecular organization of periostracum in a gasteropod mollusc Buccinum undatum L. and its relation to similar structural protein systems in other invertebrates. Phil. Transact. Roy. Soc. London, (B. biol. Sci.), 283, 417-463.

James M. A., 1997. Brachiopoda: Internal Anatomy, Embryology, and Development. Microscopic Anatomy of Invertebrates, Wiley-Liss, New-York, 13, 297-407.

Jope M., 1967. The protein of brachiopod shell. I. Amino acid composition and implied protein taxonomy. Comp. Biochem. Physiol., 20, 593-600.

Jope M., 1969. The protein of brachiopod shell. III and IV. Comparison with structural protein of soft tissue. Comp. Biochem. Physiol., 30, 209-224.

Jope M., 1973. The protein of brachiopod shell. V. N-terminal end groups. Comp. Biochem. Physiol., 45B, 17-24.

Jope M., 1977. Brachiopod shell proteins: their functions and taxonomic significance. Amer. Zool., 17 (1), 133-140.

Kuzmina T. V. & V. V. Malakhov, 2007. Structure of the brachiopod lophophore. Paleontological Journal, 41 (5), 520-536.

Lecuyer C., Grandjean P., Reynard B., Albarede F. & P. Telouk, 2002. 11B/10B analysis of geological materials by ICP MS Plasma 54: Application to the boron fractionation between brachiopod calcite and seawater. Chemical Geology, 186 (1-2), 45-55.

Lee D. E., 1978. Aspects of the ecology and paleoecology of the brachiopod Notosaria nigricans (Sowerby) J. Roy. Soc. N. Z., 8 (4), 395-417.

Lee D. E., 1986. Paleoecology and biogeography of the New Zealand Paleogene brachiopod fauna.In: les Brachiopodes fossiles et actuels, Racheboeuf P. R. & C. Emig Eds, Actes du 1er Congrès international sur les Brachiopodes, Brest, 1986. Biostratigr. Paléozoïque, 4, 477-484.

Lee D. E., 1991. Aspects of the ecology and distribution of the living Brachiopoda of New Zealand. In: Brachiopods through time, MacKinnon D. I., Lee D. E. & J. D. Campbell Eds, Balkema, Rotterdam, pp. 273-279.

Lee D. E., 2008. The terebratulides: the supreme brachiopod survivors. Fossils and Strata, 54, 241-249.

Lee D. E. & J. B. Wilson, 1979. Cenozoic and recent Rhynchonellide brachiopods of New-Zealand: Systematics and variation in the Genus Notosaria. Jour. Roy. Soc. New-Zealand 9 (4) : 437-463

Lee D. E., R. M. Carter, R. P. King & A. F. Cooper, 1983. An Oligocene rocky shore community from Mt Luxmore, Fiordland. N. Z. J. Geol. Geophys., 26, 123-126.

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Lüter C., 1997. Zur Ultrastruktur, Ontogenese und Phylogenie der Brachiopoda. Dr. Dissertation, Georg-August-Univ. Göttingen, Cuvillier Verlag Göttingen, pp.184.

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Lüter C., 2000. Ultrastructure of larval and adult setae of Brachiopoda. Zoologischer Anzeiger, 239, 75-90.

MacKinnon D. I., 1977. The formation of muscle scars in articulate brachiopods. Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. London, 280 (970), 1-27.

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McCammon H. M., 1970. Variations in Recent brachiopod populations. Bull. geol. Inst. Univ. Uppsala, 2 (5), 41-48.

Owen E. F., 1980. Tertiary and Cretaceous brachiopods from Seymour, Cockburn and James Ross Islands, Antarctica. Bull. British Mus. nat. Hist. 33 (2), 123-145.

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Peck L. S., 1992. Body volumes and internal space constraints in articulate brachiopods. Lethaia, 25, 383-390.

Peck L. S., 1993. The tissues of articulate brachiopods and their value to predators. Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. London, B, 339 (1287), 17-32.

Popiel-Barczyk E. & W. Barczyk, 1990. Middle Miocene (Badenian) brachiopods from the southern slopes of the Holy Cross Mountains, Central Poland. Acta Geologica Polonica, 40 (3-4), 159-181.

Richardson J. R., 1979. Pedicle structure of Articulate brachiopods. J. Roy. Soc. N. Z., 9 (4), 415-436.

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Richardson J. R., 1981. Distribution and orientation of six articulate brachiopod species from New Zealand. N. Z. J. Zool., 8 (2), 189-196.

Richardson J. R., 1981. Recent Brachiopods from New-Zealand - background to the study cruises of 1977-79. N.Z. J. Zool., 8, 133-143.

Richardson J. R., 1986. Les brachiopodes. Pour la Science, novembre 1986, 62-69.

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