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Synonyms for Eutheria

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(2009): The eutherian mammal Maelestes gobiensis from the Late Cretaceous of Mongolia and the phylogeny of Cretaceous Eutheria. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 327, 1-123.
This comparison is both inappropriate and inaccurate, as cats (Eutheria: Felidae) are unrelated to quolls (Marsupialia: Dasyuridae).
Comparative genomics reveals that PLAC1 evolved after the divergence of placental mammals (Eutheria) from marsupials (Metatheria) as there are homologs throughout the former but no evidence in either of the other mammalian subclasses Metatheria and Prototheria (egg laying mammals) [3].
Sin embargo, su origen y relaciones con los restantes Eutheria siguen siendo objeto de un debate aun no resuelto desde un punto de vista anatomico, paleontologico y molecular.
The other subclass of mammals Theria includes two infraclasses: Eutheria and Metatheria.
The great diversity of animals currently found in the infraclass Placentalia (formerly Eutheria), in the class Mammalia [7], first started to develop approximately 53 million years ago during the Eocene epoch.
Brown, "A Cross-Species Comparison of X-Chromosome Inactivation in Eutheria," Genomics 90 (2007): 453-63.