Marta Riutort mainly investigates Zoology, Evolutionary biology, Xenacoelomorpha, Acoelomorpha and Acoela. Her research in Zoology intersects with topics in Phylogenetics, Clade and Molecular phylogenetics. Her Evolutionary biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Phylogenetic tree, Lophotrochozoa, Monophyly, Tricladida and Ecdysozoa.
Her Tricladida study which covers Ribosomal DNA that intersects with Turbellaria. In her study, Catenulida, Polyphyly and Paleontology is inextricably linked to Helminth genetics, which falls within the broad field of Xenacoelomorpha. As a part of the same scientific family, Marta Riutort mostly works in the field of Acoelomorpha, focusing on Xenoturbella and, on occasion, Anatomy and Flatworm.
Marta Riutort mainly focuses on Tricladida, Zoology, Evolutionary biology, Ecology and Phylogenetic tree. The concepts of her Tricladida study are interwoven with issues in Dugesiidae, Dugesia and Taxonomy. Her studies in Zoology integrate themes in fields like Phylogenetics, Molecular phylogenetics and Species diversity.
She combines subjects such as Sister group, Paleontology, Species complex, Monophyly and Bilateria with her study of Evolutionary biology. While the research belongs to areas of Bilateria, Marta Riutort spends her time largely on the problem of Acoela, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Clade, Ecdysozoa and Lophotrochozoa. Marta Riutort has included themes like Taxon and Genome in her Phylogenetic tree study.
Her primary areas of investigation include Tricladida, Evolutionary biology, Zoology, Phylogenetic tree and Taxonomy. Her work carried out in the field of Tricladida brings together such families of science as Dugesia and Molecular phylogenetics. Her Evolutionary biology study combines topics in areas such as Taxonomic rank, Epigenetics, Species complex and Monophyly.
Her biological study focuses on Genus. Her study in Phylogenetic tree is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Phylogenetics and Comparative genomics. Her Phylogenetics research includes elements of Genome and Genomics.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Evolutionary biology, Tricladida, Taxonomy, Phylogenetic tree and Species complex. Her Evolutionary biology research integrates issues from Dugesia and Genetic diversity. Her Tricladida research is under the purview of Zoology.
Her research in Taxonomy intersects with topics in Dugesiidae and Flatworm. Her research integrates issues of Phylogenetics, Comparative genomics, Genome and Type species in her study of Phylogenetic tree. Subgenus, Monophyly, Paraphyly and Entomobryidae is closely connected to Systematics in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Species complex.
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First molecular evidence for the existence of a Tardigrada + Arthropoda clade.
G Giribet;S Carranza;J Baguñà;M Riutort.
Molecular Biology and Evolution (1996)
Acoel flatworms : Earliest extant bilaterian metazoans, not members of Platyhelminthes
Iñaki Ruiz-Trillo;Marta Riutort;D. Timothy J. Littlewood;Elisabeth A. Herniou.
Are the Platyhelminthes a monophyletic primitive group? An assessment using 18S rDNA sequences.
S Carranza;J Baguñà;M Riutort.
Molecular Biology and Evolution (1997)
A phylogenetic analysis of myosin heavy chain type II sequences corroborates that Acoela and Nemertodermatida are basal bilaterians
Iñaki Ruiz-Trillo;Jordi Paps;Mercè Loukota;Carles Ribera.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2002)
The Nemertodermatida are basal bilaterians and not members of the Platyhelminthes
Ulf Jondelius;Iñaki Ruiz‐Trillo;Jaume Baguñà;Marta Riutort.
Zoologica Scripta (2002)
Evidence that two types of 18S rDNA coexist in the genome of Dugesia (Schmidtea) mediterranea (Platyhelminthes, Turbellaria, Tricladida).
Molecular Biology and Evolution (1996)
The dawn of bilaterian animals: the case of acoelomorph flatworms
Jaume Baguñà;Marta Riutort.
Dense sampling of bird diversity increases power of comparative genomics.
Shaohong Feng;Josefin Stiller;Yuan Deng;Joel Armstrong;Joel Armstrong.
Lophotrochozoa internal phylogeny: new insights from an up-to-date analysis of nuclear ribosomal genes
Jordi Paps;Jaume Baguñà;Marta Riutort.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2009)
Acoel flatworms are not platyhelminthes: evidence from phylogenomics.
Hervé Philippe;Henner Brinkmann;Pedro Martinez;Marta Riutort.
PLOS ONE (2007)
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