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The Terebridae is a group of predatory marine snails that use their venom to feed on marine annelids. Similar to other venomous organisms, the Terebridae have evolved over millions of years, diverging from their closest relative in the Paleocene era. This thesis investigates what is driving terebrid evolution and species diversification by applying a multidimensional approach.
Gorson, Juliette, "Characterizing Venom Gene Expression, Function and Species Diversity in Predatory Marine Snails of the Terebridae" (2018). CUNY Academic Works.
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