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"Shoshani, Jeheskel"

Shoshani, Jeheskel: SEE ALSO Czelusniak et al., 1990; Domning, Rice et al., 1982; Tassy & Shoshani, 1988. (detail)
Shoshani, Jeheskel; Goodman, Morris; Prychodko, William; Czelusniak, John (detail)
Cladistic analysis of the Paenungulata by computer. [Abstr.]
Amer. Zool. 18(3): 601. Summer 1978.
–42 non-dental morphological characters (tarsus, carpus, and skull) confirm serological evidence that the Sirenia and Proboscidea form a monophyletic group, joined by the Hyracoidea and Moeritherium and then by the Tubulidentata.
Shoshani, Jeheskel; Goodman, Morris; Barnhart, Marion I.; Prychodko, William; Mikhelson, Viktor M. (detail)
[Blood cells and proteins in the Magadan mammoth calf: immunodiffusion comparisons of Mammuthus to extant paenungulates and tissue ultrastructure.] In: N. K. Vereshchagin & V. M. Mikhelson (eds.), [Magadan baby mammoth, Mammuthus primigenius (Blumenbach).]
Leningrad, "Nauka": 191-220. 4 tabs. 14 figs.
–In Russian.
Domning, Daryl Paul; Rice, Dale W.; Shoshani, Jeheskel; Hoffmann, Robert S. (detail)
Order Sirenia. In: J. H. Honacki, K. E. Kinman, & J. W. Koeppl (eds.), Mammal species of the world: a taxonomic and geographic reference.
Lawrence (Kansas), Allen Press & Assoc. Systematics Colls. (ix + 694 pp.): 305-306.
–Ed. 2: see D. E. Wilson (1993). Gives very brief nomenclatural and distributional notes on the Recent sirs., citing their current conservation status under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) and the U.S. Endangered Species Act, and their International Species Inventory System (ISIS) numbers.
Shoshani, Jeheskel (detail)
Mammalian phylogeny: comparison of morphological and molecular results.
Molec. Biol. Evol. 3(3): 222-242. 8 tabs. 4 figs. May 1986.
–Presents alternative cladograms and extensive lists of character transformations. Considers the Sirenia and Desmostylia to be sister groups within more or less traditional versions of the "Paenungulata".
Shoshani, Jeheskel; Lowenstein, Jerold M.; Walz, Daniel A.; Goodman, Morris (detail)
Proboscidean origins of mastodon and woolly mammoth demonstrated immunologically.
Paleobiology 11(4): 429-437. 5 tabs. 4 figs. Fall 1985 (publ. Feb. 14, 1986).
–Concludes that, among non-proboscidean species tested, T. manatus is immunologically most similar to proboscideans (431-436).
Tassy, Pascal; Shoshani, Jeheskel (detail)
The Tethytheria: elephants and their relatives. In: M. J. Benton (ed.), The phylogeny and classification of the tetrapods. Vol. 2: Mammals.
Systematics Assoc. Spec. Vol. 35B: 283-315. 11 figs.
Czelusniak, John; Goodman, Morris; Koop, B. F.; Tagle, D. A.; Shoshani, Jeheskel; Braunitzer, Gerhard; Kleinschmidt, Traute; De Jong, Wilfried W.; Matsuda, G. (detail)
Perspectives from amino acid and nucleotide sequences on cladistic relationships among higher taxa of Eutheria. In: H. H. Genoways (ed.), Current mammalogy, Vol. 2.
New York, Plenum Press (577 pp.): 545-572. 1 tab. 7 figs.
Shoshani, Jeheskel (detail)
Hyracoidea-Tethytheria affinity based on myological data. Chap. 17 in: F. S. Szalay, M. J. Novacek, & M. C. McKenna (eds.), Mammal phylogeny. Vol. 2. Placentals.
New York, Springer-Verlag (321 pp.): 235-256. 2 tabs. 10 figs.
–Concludes from extensive comparative data on muscles that both the Tethytheria and the Paenungulata (= Hyracoidea + Tethytheria) are monophyletic groups. Includes an original composite drawing of T. manatus gular muscles (246).
Shoshani, Jeheskel; McKenna, Malcolm Carnegie (detail)
Higher taxonomic relationships among extant mammals based on morphology, with selected comparisons of results from molecular data.
Molec. Phylog. Evol. 9(3): 572-584. June 1998.

Daryl P. Domning, Research Associate, Department of Paleobiology, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. 20560, and Laboratory of Evolutionary Biology, Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine, Howard University, Washington, D.C. 20059.
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