James Hanken
James Hanken
Professor of Biology and Director, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University
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The anatomy of the salamander
ETB Francis
Clarendon Press, 1934
Miniaturization of body size: organismal consequences and evolutionary significance
J Hanken, DB Wake
Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 24 (1), 501-519, 1993
There is no highly conserved embryonic stage in the vertebrates: implications for current theories of evolution and development
MK Richardson, J Hanken, ML Gooneratne, C Pieau, A Raynaud, ...
Anatomy and embryology 196 (2), 91-106, 1997
The visible skeleton
J Hanken, R Wassersug
Functional photography 16 (4), 22-26, 1981
Whole-mount staining of Xenopus and other vertebrates
MW Klymkowsky, J Hanken
Methods in cell biology 36, 419-441, 1991
Multiple paternity in Belding's ground squirrel litters
J Hanken, PW Sherman
Science 212 (4492), 351-353, 1981
Skeletal development in Xenopus laevis (Anura: Pipidae)
L Trueb, J Hanken
Journal of morphology 214 (1), 1-41, 1992
Somite number and vertebrate evolution
MK Richardson, SP Allen, GM Wright, A Raynaud, J Hanken
Development 125 (2), 151-160, 1998
Inhibition of Neural Crest Migration in Xenopus Using Antisense Slug RNA
TF Carl, C Dufton, J Hanken, MW Klymkowsky
Developmental biology 213 (1), 101-115, 1999
The skull
J Hanken, BK Hall
University of Chicago Press, 1993
Developmental basis of evolutionary digit loss in the Australian lizard Hemiergis
MD Shapiro, J Hanken, N Rosenthal
Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental …, 2003
DNA damage in preserved specimens and tissue samples: a molecular assessment
J Zimmermann, M Hajibabaei, DC Blackburn, J Hanken, E Cantin, ...
Frontiers in Zoology 5 (1), 18, 2008
Direct development in the lungless salamanders: what are the consequences for developmental biology, evolution and phylogenesis?
DB Wake, J Hanken
International Journal of Developmental Biology 40 (4), 859-869, 2004
Mapping the biosphere: exploring species to understand the origin, organization and sustainability of biodiversity
QD Wheeler, S Knapp, DW Stevenson, J Stevenson, SD Blum, BM Boom, ...
Systematics and biodiversity 10 (1), 1-20, 2012
Cranial ontogeny in the direct‐developing frog, Eleutherodactylus coqui (anura: Leptodactylidae), analyzed using whole‐mount immunohistochemistry
J Hanken, MW Klymkowsky, CH Summers, DW Seufert, N Ingebrigtsen
Journal of Morphology 211 (1), 95-118, 1992
Review of fate-mapping studies of osteogenic cranial neural crest in vertebrates
JB Gross, J Hanken
Developmental biology 317 (2), 389-400, 2008
Miniaturization and its effects on cranial morphology in plethodontid salamanders, genus Thorius (Amphibia: Plethodontidae). I. Osteological variation
J Hanken
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 23 (1), 55-75, 1984
Miniaturization and its effects on cranial morphology in plethodontid salamanders, genus Thorius (Amphibia, Plethodontidae): II. The fate of the brain and sense …
J Hanken
Journal of Morphology 177 (3), 255-268, 1983
Forelimb-hindlimb developmental timing changes across tetrapod phylogeny
ORP Bininda-Emonds, JE Jeffery, MR Sánchez-Villagra, J Hanken, ...
BMC evolutionary biology 7 (1), 1-7, 2007
Development of the skull of Dermophis mexicanus (amphibia: Gymnophiona), with comments on skull kinesis and amphibian relationships
MH Wake, J Hanken
Journal of Morphology 173 (2), 203-223, 1982
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