Andre F. Sartori


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Postdoctoral researcher at the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago, working on a NSF-funded initiative to develop bivalves as a model clade for macroevolutionary studies (see for more information). 2011 EOL Rubenstein Fellow.

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Andre F. Sartori
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1-) Postdoctoral Researcher at the Department of Zoology, Field Museum of Natural History 2-) Sartori, A.F. & Ball, A.D. 2009. Morphology and postlarval development of the ligament of Thracia phaseolina (Bivalvia: Thraciidae), with a discussion of model choice in allometric studies. Journal of Molluscan Studies 75, 295–304. Sartori, A.F. & Harper, E.M. 2009. Sticky bivalves from the Mesozoic: Clues to the origin of the anomalodesmatan arenophilic system. Lethaia 42(4), 486–494. Sartori, A.F., Printrakoon, C., Mikkelsen, P.M. & Bieler, R. 2008. Siphonal structure in the Veneridae (Bivalvia: Heterodonta) with an assessment of its phylogenetic application and a review of venerids of the Gulf of Thailand. Raffles Bulletin of Zoology, Supplement 18, 103–125. Sartori, A.F., Passos, F.D. & Domaneschi, O. 2006. Arenophilic mantle glands in the Laternulidae (Bivalvia: Anomalodesmata) and their evolutionary significance. Acta Zoologica 87, 265–272. Sartori, A.F. & Domaneschi, O. 2005. The functional morphology of the Antarctic bivalve Thracia meridionalis Smith, 1885 (Anomalodesmata: Thraciidae). Journal of Molluscan Studies 71, 199–210. Passos, F.D., Domaneschi, O. & Sartori, A.F. 2005. Biology and functional morphology of the pallial organs of the Antarctic bivalve Mysella charcoti (Lamy, 1906) (Galeommatoidea: Lasaeidae). Polar Biology 28, 372–380. 3-) Member of Unitas Malacologica, Malacological Society of London, Sociedade Brasileira de Malacologia and American Malacological Society
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