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Freeliving flatworms (Platyhelminthes) are the subject of research : 1. Biodiversity (incl. cryptic biodiversity) 2. Phylogeny based on morphological and molecular markers 3. Effects of pollution (especially heavy metals) on several aspects of the biology of turbellaria: regeneration and stem cell dynamics, life history-parameters, morphology,╝ 4. Study of cellular and molecular effects of pollution (especially heavy metals).

Freeliving flatworms (Platyhelminthes) are the subject of research : 1. Biodiversity (incl. cryptic biodiversity) 2. Phylogeny based on morphological and molecular markers 3. Effects of pollution (especially heavy metals) on several aspects of the biology of turbellaria: regeneration and stem cell dynamics, life history-parameters, morphology,╝ 4. Study of cellular and molecular effects of pollution (especially heavy metals).

Recent Submissions

The phylogeny of the 'Typhloplanoida' (Platyhelminthes) inferred from 18S ribosomal DNA sequences

Cladistic analysis of the polycystididae (platyhelminthes kalyptorhynchia) with application of phylogenetic nomenclature

Molecular phylogenetics and biogeography of the Old World true freshwater crabs, with emphasis on the fauna of Sri Lanka

Decreased placental mitochondrial DNA-content in response to air pollution during in utero life

Freshwater Dalyelliidae from the Nearctic (Platyhelminthes, Rhabdocoela): new taxa and records from Ontario, Canada and Michigan and Alabama, USA

 

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