Bruno DAVID
Bruno DAVID
Muséum national d'histoire naturelle - CNRS
Verified email at u-bourgogne.fr
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Are homalozoans echinoderms? An answer from the extraxial-axial theory
B David, B Lefebvre, R Mooi, R Parsley
Paleobiology 26 (4), 529-555, 2000
1382000
Les relations ontogenèse-phylogenèse: applications paléontologiques
JL Dommergues, B David, D Marchand
Geobios 19 (3), 335-356, 1986
1341986
Biogeographic atlas of the Southern Ocean
H Griffiths, SA Grant
Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research, 2014
1312014
Differentiation at a microgeographical scale within two species of ground beetle, Carabus auronitens and C. nemoralis (Coleoptera, Carabidae): a geometrical …
P Alibert, B Moureau, JL Dommergues, B David
Zoologica Scripta 30 (4), 299-311, 2001
1272001
Skeletal homologies of echinoderms
R Mooi, B David
The Paleontological Society Papers 3, 305-335, 1997
1061997
Possible effects of global environmental changes on Antarctic benthos: a synthesis across five major taxa
J Ingels, A Vanreusel, A Brandt, AI Catarino, B David, C De Ridder, ...
Ecology and evolution 2 (2), 453-485, 2012
922012
Echinoderm skeletal homologies: classical morphology meets modern phylogenetics
R Mooi, B David, D Marchand
Echinoderms through time, 87-95, 2020
862020
Evolutionary pathways among shallow and deep-sea echinoids of the genus Sterechinus in the Southern Ocean
A Díaz, JP Féral, B David, T Saucède, E Poulin
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 58 (1-2), 205-211, 2011
852011
Patterns, processes and vulnerability of Southern Ocean benthos: a decadal leap in knowledge and understanding
S Kaiser, SN Brandão, S Brix, DKA Barnes, DA Bowden, J Ingels, F Leese, ...
Marine biology 160 (9), 2295-2317, 2013
842013
Radial symmetry, the anterior/posterior axis, and echinoderm Hox genes
R Mooi, B David
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 39, 43-62, 2008
802008
Evolution within a bizarre phylum: homologies of the first echinoderms
R Mooi, B David
American Zoologist 38 (6), 965-974, 1998
781998
Major events in the evolution of echinoderms viewed by the light of embryology
B David, R Mooi
Echinoderms: San Francisco. Balkema, Rotterdam, 21-28, 1998
741998
Embryology supports a new theory of skeletal homologies for the phylum Echinodermata
B David, R Mooi
Comptes rendus de l'Académie des sciences. Série 3, Sciences de la vie 319 …, 1996
721996
What a new model of skeletal homologies tells us about asteroid evolution
R Mooi, B David
American Zoologist 40 (3), 326-339, 2000
682000
Correlative and dynamic species distribution modelling for ecological predictions in the Antarctic: a cross-disciplinary concept
J Gutt, D Zurell, TJ Bracegridle, W Cheung, MS Clark, P Convey, B Danis, ...
Polar Research 31 (1), 11091, 2012
612012
Is the species flock concept operational? The Antarctic shelf case
G Lecointre, N Améziane, MC Boisselier, C Bonillo, F Busson, R Causse, ...
PloS one 8 (8), e68787, 2013
592013
Comprendre les echinodermes; la contribution du modele extraxial-axial
B David, R Mooi
Bulletin de la Société géologique de France 170 (1), 91-101, 1999
551999
Phylogeography and demographic inference in Nacella (Patinigera) concinna (Strebel, 1908) in the western Antarctic Peninsula
CA Gonzalez-Wevar, B David, E Poulin
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 58 (1-2), 220-229, 2011
532011
Phylogeny of Early Cretaceous spatangoids (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) and taxonomic implications
L Villier, D Néraudeau, B Clavel, C Neumann, B David
Palaeontology 47 (2), 265-292, 2004
532004
MORPHOMETRICS AND CLADISTICS: MEASURING PHYLOGENY IN THE SEA URCHIN ECHINOCARDIUM
B David, B Laurin
Evolution 50 (1), 348-359, 1996
521996
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