Parazoa

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Parazoa
Temporal range: Ediacaran - Recent
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A sponge
Scientific classification edit
Kingdom: Animalia
Subkingdom: Parazoa
Grant & Todd, 1838
Phyla

The Parazoa, are a proposed clade of animals. Traditionally, Parazoa, literally translated as "beside the animals", only consisted of Porifera and the Placozoa. It still is a basal animal group, but has been refuted in the original sense (i.e. as sister of the Eumetazoa). It now appears the Planulozoa/Eumetazoa actually are sister of the Placozoa, together forming the ParaHoxozoa/Epitheliozoa clade.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8] With a cladistical inclusion of the Eumetazoa, Parazoa consists of the Porifera and the ParaHoxozoa/Epitheliozoa clade.[9] The Ctenophora, originally part of Eumetazoa, appear to be the basalmost animals. So the original meaning of "beside the animals" now only works either in the sense of being paraphyletic stem group or if one considers the Ctenophora to be THE animals, neither of which is very satisfactory. An alternative name for this grouping has not been proposed. Given that the Porifera already have a ParaHox gene, ParaHoxozoa could be expanded to include Porifera, making it equivalent to Parazoa. Some authors only consider the Porifera when discussing the Parazoa.

Ctenophora as sister of all animals, as discussed here, has been considered controversial ever since the proposal in 2008. An alternative proposal is the Porifera-sister hypothesis.

Synapomorphies/Homologues[edit]

New genes in the Parazoa are:[10][11][12]

  • The NK gene and Cdx Parahox are present.[13]
  • The small RNA processing enzymes TRBP2, Drosha, Pasha. Also the microRNA functionality emerged.
  • The immune genes (specifically RDH,MyD88, Toll-like R, Nod-like R)
  • The Nitric Oxide Neurotransmitter.
  • Parazoa have nearly every type of cell adhesion gene.

Of the development pathways:

  • JAK/STAT, and more advanced TGF-b, Wnt, Notch emerged.
  • Questionable: Hedgehog/BMP
  • RTK may be present ancestrally.
  • NR's are not present in porifera.

The above may depend on the specific sampled species, e.g. Pleurobrachia vs Amphimedon. Careful: some genes may have been present already earlier, possibly in modified form, or may have developed significantly later.

Cladistics[edit]

Most animals now appear to have emerged in the parazoa,[1] but the ctenophora appear to be basalmost animals. In some literature Parazoa is taken as equivalent to Porifera. Mesozoa appears to be sister to Rouphozoa in Platytrochozoa. It is indicated approximately how many million years ago (Mya) the clades diverged into newer clades.[14][15]

Apoikozoa (950)

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Animal (760)

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Parazoa

Porifera

ParaHoxozoa/

Placozoa

Planulozoa (680)/

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Bilateria

Xenacoelomorpha

Nephrozoa (650)

DeuterostomesCyprinus carpio3.jpg

Protostomes (610)

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Eumetazoa
Epitheliozoa

References[edit]

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