In article <468tle$28d at news.bu.edu>, pariser at bio.bu.edu (Harold Pariser) wrote:
> It has been well established that vertebrates have four hox clusters
> as opposed to all other sub-phyla of animals which have one.
That is a pretty bold claim. What phyla of animals have really been
shown to have only one? Just curious.
Doug Eernisse <DEernisse at fullerton.edu>
Dept. Biological Science MH282
California State University
Fullerton, CA 92634