Evolution of Sexual Reproduction in Marine Invertebrates
Example of gymnolaemate bryozoans
Ostrovsky, Andrew (Andrey N.)
2014, XXXII, 356 p. 103 illus., 10 illus. in color.
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Prof. Ostrovsky’s research interests are early evolution, radiations and paleogeography of marine colonial invertebrates, in particular Bryozoa. He also works on their biogeography, taxonomy and reproductive ecology, and study evolution of reproductive patterns and polymorphism.
Prof. Ostrovsky is affiliated at the Department of Palaeontology, Geozentrum, University of Vienna, Austria and at the Department of Invertebrate Zoology, Saint Petersburg State University, Russia.
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