Lauren Sumner-Rooney
Lauren Sumner-Rooney
Oxford University Museum of Natural History
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A new sensory organ in "primitive" molluscs (Polyplacophora: Lepidopleurida) and its context in the nervous system of chitons
JD Sigwart, LH Sumner-Rooney, E Schwabe, M Heß, GP Brennan, ...
Frontiers in Zoology 11 (1), 7, 2014
Ontogenetic changes in the body plan of the sauropodomorph dinosaur Mussaurus patagonicus reveal shifts of locomotor stance during growth
A Otero, AR Cuff, V Allen, L Sumner-Rooney, D Pol, JR Hutchinson
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-10, 2019
18 Mollusca: Caudofoveata, Monoplacophora, Polyplacophora, Scaphopoda, and Solenogastres
JD Sigwart, LH Sumner-Rooney
Structure and evolution of invertebrate nervous systems, 2015
Characterization of the Genetic Architecture Underlying Eye Size Variation Within Drosophila melanogaster and Drosophila simulans
P Gaspar, S Arif, L Sumner-Rooney, M Kittelmann, AJ Bodey, DL Stern, ...
G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 10 (3), 1005-1018, 2020
Whole-body photoreceptor networks are independent of ‘lenses’ in brittle stars
L Sumner-Rooney, IA Rahman, JD Sigwart, E Ullrich-Lüter
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1871), 20172590, 2018
A neurophylogenetic approach provides new insight to the evolution of Scaphopoda
LH Sumner‐Rooney, M Schrödl, E Lodde‐Bensch, DR Lindberg, M Heß, ...
Evolution & development 17 (6), 337-346, 2015
Repeated eye reduction events reveal multiple pathways to degeneration in a family of marine snails
L Sumner‐Rooney, JD Sigwart, J McAfee, L Smith, ST Williams
Evolution 70 (10), 2268-2295, 2016
Do chitons have a brain? New evidence for diversity and complexity in the polyplacophoran central nervous system
L Sumner‐Rooney, JD Sigwart
Journal of Morphology, 2018
Extraocular vision in a brittle star is mediated by chromatophore movement in response to ambient light
L Sumner-Rooney, JD Kirwan, E Lowe, E Ullrich-Lüter
Current Biology 30 (2), 319-327. e4, 2020
Evolution in the dark: unifying our understanding of eye loss
ML Porter, L Sumner-Rooney
Integrative and comparative biology 58 (3), 367-371, 2018
The kingdom of the blind: disentangling fundamental drivers in the evolution of eye loss
L Sumner-Rooney
Integrative and comparative biology 58 (3), 372-385, 2018
The scaphopod foot is ventral: more evidence from the anatomy of Rhabdus rectius (Carpenter, 1864) (Dentaliida: Rhabdidae)
JD Sigwart, LH Sumner-Rooney, J Dickey, N Carey
Molluscan Research, 1-9, 2016
Lazarus in the museum: Resurrecting historic specimens through new technology
L Sumner-Rooney, JD Sigwart
Invertebrate Zoology 14 (1), 2017
Do chitons have a compass? Evidence for magnetic sensitivity in Polyplacophora
LH Sumner-Rooney, JA Murray, SD Cain, JD Sigwart
Journal of Natural History 48 (45-48), 3033-3045, 2014
Is the Schwabe organ a retained larval eye? Anatomical and behavioural studies of a novel sense organ in adult Leptochiton asellus (Mollusca, Polyplacophora) indicate links to …
LH Sumner-Rooney, JD Sigwart
Plos one 10 (9), e0137119, 2015
A Test for Mucus Removal in the Chiton Lepidochitona cinerea (Linnaeus, 1767) (Polyplacophora: Chitonida: Ischnochitonidae)
LH Sumner-Rooney, SD Cain, GP Brennan, JD Sigwart
The Veliger 51 (4), 261-264, 2014
Light adaptation mechanisms in the eye of the fiddler crab Afruca tangeri
EA Brodrick, NW Roberts, L Sumner‐Rooney, CM Schlepütz, MJ How
Journal of Comparative Neurology 529 (3), 616-634, 2021
Widespread retention of ohnologs in key developmental gene families following whole genome duplication in arachnopulmonates
A Harper, LB Gonzalez, A Schönauer, M Seiter, M Holzem, S Arif, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
The evolution of Sox gene repertoires and regulation of segmentation in arachnids
L Baudouin-Gonzalez, A Schoenauer, A Harper, G Blakeley, M Seiter, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
The utility of micro-computed tomography for the non-destructive study of eye microstructure in snails
L Sumner-Rooney, NJ Kenny, F Ahmed, ST Williams
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-9, 2019
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