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  • Figure 32.1 Which of these organisms are animals?
  • Figure 32.2 Early embryonic development in animals
  • Figure 32.2 Early embryonic development in animals
  • Figure 32.2 Early embryonic development in animals
  • Figure 32.3 Three lines of evidence that choanoflagellates are closely related to animals
  • Figure 32.4 Ediacaran fossils
  • Figure 32.4 Ediacaran fossils
  • Figure 32.4 Ediacaran fossils
  • Figure 32.5 A Cambrian seascape
  • Figure 32.6 Did β –catenin play an ancient role in the molecular control of gastrulation?
  • Figure 32.6 Did β –catenin play an ancient role in the molecular control of gastrulation?
  • Figure 32.6 Did β –catenin play an ancient role in the molecular control of gastrulation?
  • Figure 32.6 Did β –catenin play an ancient role in the molecular control of gastrulation?
  • Figure 32.6 Did β –catenin play an ancient role in the molecular control of gastrulation?
  • Figure 32.7 Body symmetry
  • Figure 32.8 Body cavities of triploblastic animals
  • Figure 32.8a Body cavities of triploblastic animals
  • Figure 32.8b Body cavities of triploblastic animals
  • Figure 32.8c Body cavities of triploblastic animals
  • Figure 32.9 A comparison of protostome and deuterostome development
  • Figure 32.9a A comparison of protostome and deuterostome development
  • Figure 32.9b A comparison of protostome and deuterostome development
  • Figure 32.9c A comparison of protostome and deuterostome development
  • Figure 32.10 A view of animal phylogeny based mainly on morphological and developmental comparisons
  • Figure 32.11 A view of animal phylogeny based mainly on molecular data
  • Figure 32.12 Ecdysis
  • Figure 32.13 Morphological characteristics found among lophotrochozoans

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