Papers in press

Below are provided the references for papers on Tardigrada which are currently accepted by journals. When a paper is published, it is moved to the section 'Published'. The icon 'NEW' appears until one month after a paper was added to the list.

                    [9 references currently listed]
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Last update: 03-07-2024]
 

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03.07.2024
McCain, K.W. (2024) Collaboration at the phylum level: coauthorship and acknowledgment patterns in the world of the water bears (phylum Tardigrada). Scientometrics.
03.07.2024
Ugarte, P.D.S. & Garraffoni, A.R.S. (202?) Removal of historical taxonomic bias and its impact on biogeographic analyses: a case study of Neotropical tardigrade fauna. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society.
03.07.2024
Zhang, J.-Y., Sun, X.-L., Wang, N., Hao, L., Ma, C.-X., Zhao, N., Li, H.-P., Zhao, M. & Yang, S.-T. (202?) Tardigrades in the alpine region of Northeast China with an integrative description of Crenubiotus liangshuiensis sp. nov. Zootaxa.
26.06.2024
Yoshida, Y., Hirayama, A., Arakawa, K. (2024) Transcriptome analysis of the tardigrade Hypsibius exemplaris exposed to the DNA-damaging agent bleomycin. Proceedings of the Japan Academy, Series B.
13.05.2024
G¹siorek, P. & Michalczyk, £. (202?) Novel integrative data for Indomalayan echiniscids (Heterotardigrada): new species and old problems. Organisms Diversity & Evolution.
13.05.2024
Trokhymchuk, R. & Kieneke, A. (202?) Novel distribution records of marine Tardigrada from abyssal sediments of the Northwest Atlantic Ocean. Organisms Diversity & Evolution.
13.05.2024
Guidetti, R. (202?) Evolution of egg deposition strategies, exaptations of exuvia, and thanatochresis in tardigrades. Organisms Diversity & Evolution.
10.05.2024
Smith, F.W., Game, M., Mapalo, M.A., Chavarria, R.A., Harrison, T.R. & Janssen, R. (202?) Developmental and genomic insight into the origin of the tardigrade body plan. Evolution & Development.
10.05.2024
G¹siorek, P., Blagden, B., Morek, W. & Michalczyk, £. (202?) What is a 'strong' synapomorphy? Redescriptions of Murray’s type species and descriptions of new taxa challenge the systematics of Hypsibiidae (Eutardigrada: Parachela). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Last update: 03-07-2024
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(2004-2024)
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