17 Sep 2015
Lingula anatina: Lingulid brachiopods are regarded as one of the most primitive of brachiopods. Their shells do not have any locking mechanisms. These animals rely on complex musculature to move the...
Type: Video
Phylogenetic position of Lingula among lophotrozoans
17 Sep 2015
The tree was constructed using the maximum likelihood method.
Type: Photo
17 Sep 2015
Prof. Noriyuki Satoh, the head of the OIST Marine Genomics Unit, with Yi-Jyun Luo, a PhD student at OIST and the first author of the paper.
Type: Photo
17 Sep 2015
The mysterious “living fossil”
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Coral Reef
19 Jan 2015
Coral reef off Sesoko Island, Okinawa, Japan.
Type: Photo
15 Dec 2014
New research published in the journal genesis, by Kenneth Baughman, Dr. Eiichi Shoguchi, Professor...
Type: News Article
15 Dec 2014
A comparison between echinoderm Hox clusters of the Crown of Thorn starfish and the sea urchin. The Crown of Thorns Hox Cluster show ‘colinearity,’ more closely resembling Hox clusters of chordates.
Type: Photo
15 Dec 2014
Graduate Student Kenneth Baughman
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P. Vanderplanki Larva
12 Sep 2014
P. Vanderplanki Larva
Type: Photo
12 Sep 2014
New collaborative research published in the journal Nature Communications by scientists from Japan, Russia and...
Type: Press release
10 Jul 2014
On July 9, 2014, Dr. Yuuri Yasuoka1 in the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University’s Marine Genomics Unit, published...
Type: News Article
23 May 2014
“We are seriously tackling conservation of coral reefs in Okinawa,” said Dr. Chuya Shinzato of the OIST Marine Genomics Unit. Coral reefs face various extinction risks. To avert coral demise,...
Type: Press release
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