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[1P-0478] Do echinoderm embryos have more derived developmental programs than chordates? —A search for derivedness index from transcriptomic data

〇Cheok Kuan Leong1, Yongxin Li2, Yandong Ren2, Akihito Omori3, Cynthia A. Bradham4, Brian T. Livingston5, Masahiro Uesaka6, Robert A. Cameron7, Gary Wessel8, Mariko Kondo1, Luonan Chen1,9, Wen Wang2,9, Naoki Irie1 (1.Dept of Biol Sci, Grad Sch of Sci, Univ of Tokyo, 2.State Key Laboratory of Genetic Resources and Evolution, Kunming Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 3.Sado Marine Biological Station, Faculty of Sci, Niigata Univ, 4.Dept of Biol, Boston Univ, 5.Dept of Biol Sci, California State Univ, 6.Evolutionary Morphology Laboratory, RIKEN, 7.Division of Biol and Biol Eng, California Institute of Technology, 8.Dept of Mol and Cell Biol and Biochem, Brown Univ, 9.Chinese Academy of Sciences)

Evolutionary developmental biology, Echinoderm, Derivedness

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