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Physiological Characterization of Stolon Regression in a Colonial Hydroid
(The Company of Biologists, 2008-03)
As with many colonial animals, hydractiniid hydroids display a range of morphological variation. Sheet-like forms exhibit feeding polyps close together with short connecting stolons, whereas runner-like forms have more ...
Multicellular Redox Regulation in an Early-Evolving Animal Treated with Glutathione
(University of Chicago Press, 2007-05)
Redox signaling has emerged as a unifying theme in many seemingly disparate disciplines. Such signaling has been widely studied in bacteria and eukaryotic organelles and is often mediated by reactive oxygen species (ROS). ...
Redox Signaling in Colonial Hydroids: Many Pathways for Peroxide
(The Company of Biologists, 2005-01)
Studies of mitochondrial redox signaling predict that the colonial hydroids Eirene viridula and Podocoryna carnea should respond to manipulations of reactive oxygen species (ROS). Both species encrust surfaces with ...