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Annemarie Brüel

Retinal oxygen supply shaped the functional evolution of the vertebrate eye

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Retinal oxygen supply shaped the functional evolution of the vertebrate eye. / Damsgaard, Christian; Lauridsen, Henrik; Funder, Anette Marianne Daa; Thomsen, Jesper Skovhus; Desvignes, Thomas; Crossley, II, Dane A.; Møller, Peter Rask; Huong, Do Thi Thanh; Phuong, Nguyen T.; Detrich, H William; Brüel, Annemarie; Wilkens, Horts; Warrant, Eric; Wang, Tobias; Nyengaard, Jens Randel; Berenbrink, Michael; Bayley, Mark.

I: eLife, Bind 8, e52153, 12.2019.

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskrift/Konferencebidrag i tidsskrift /Bidrag til avisTidsskriftartikelForskningpeer review

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Damsgaard, C, Lauridsen, H, Funder, AMD, Thomsen, JS, Desvignes, T, Crossley, II, DA, Møller, PR, Huong, DTT, Phuong, NT, Detrich, HW, Brüel, A, Wilkens, H, Warrant, E, Wang, T, Nyengaard, JR, Berenbrink, M & Bayley, M 2019, 'Retinal oxygen supply shaped the functional evolution of the vertebrate eye', eLife, bind 8, e52153. https://doi.org/10.7554/eLife.52153

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Damsgaard, C., Lauridsen, H., Funder, A. M. D., Thomsen, J. S., Desvignes, T., Crossley, II, D. A., Møller, P. R., Huong, D. T. T., Phuong, N. T., Detrich, H. W., Brüel, A., Wilkens, H., Warrant, E., Wang, T., Nyengaard, J. R., Berenbrink, M., & Bayley, M. (2019). Retinal oxygen supply shaped the functional evolution of the vertebrate eye. eLife, 8, [e52153]. https://doi.org/10.7554/eLife.52153

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Damsgaard C, Lauridsen H, Funder AMD, Thomsen JS, Desvignes T, Crossley, II DA, Møller PR, Huong DTT, Phuong NT, Detrich HW, Brüel A, Wilkens H, Warrant E, Wang T, Nyengaard JR, Berenbrink M, Bayley M. 2019. Retinal oxygen supply shaped the functional evolution of the vertebrate eye. eLife. 8:Article e52153. https://doi.org/10.7554/eLife.52153

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Damsgaard, Christian ; Lauridsen, Henrik ; Funder, Anette Marianne Daa ; Thomsen, Jesper Skovhus ; Desvignes, Thomas ; Crossley, II, Dane A. ; Møller, Peter Rask ; Huong, Do Thi Thanh ; Phuong, Nguyen T. ; Detrich, H William ; Brüel, Annemarie ; Wilkens, Horts ; Warrant, Eric ; Wang, Tobias ; Nyengaard, Jens Randel ; Berenbrink, Michael ; Bayley, Mark. / Retinal oxygen supply shaped the functional evolution of the vertebrate eye. I: eLife. 2019 ; Bind 8.

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title = "Retinal oxygen supply shaped the functional evolution of the vertebrate eye",
abstract = "The retina has a very high energy demand but lacks an internal blood supply in most vertebrates. Here we explore the hypothesis that oxygen diffusion limited the evolution of retinal morphology by reconstructing the evolution of retinal thickness and the various mechanisms for retinal oxygen supply, including capillarization and acid-induced haemoglobin oxygen unloading. We show that a common ancestor of bony fishes likely had a thin retina without additional retinal oxygen supply mechanisms and that three different types of retinal capillaries were gained and lost independently multiple times during the radiation of vertebrates, and that these were invariably associated with parallel changes in retinal thickness. Since retinal thickness confers multiple advantages to vision, we propose that insufficient retinal oxygen supply constrained the functional evolution of the eye in early vertebrates, and that recurrent origins of additional retinal oxygen supply mechanisms facilitated the phenotypic evolution of improved functional eye morphology.",
author = "Christian Damsgaard and Henrik Lauridsen and Funder, {Anette Marianne Daa} and Thomsen, {Jesper Skovhus} and Thomas Desvignes and {Crossley, II}, {Dane A.} and M{\o}ller, {Peter Rask} and Huong, {Do Thi Thanh} and Phuong, {Nguyen T.} and Detrich, {H William} and Annemarie Br{\"u}el and Horts Wilkens and Eric Warrant and Tobias Wang and Nyengaard, {Jens Randel} and Michael Berenbrink and Mark Bayley",
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month = dec,
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RIS

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T1 - Retinal oxygen supply shaped the functional evolution of the vertebrate eye

AU - Damsgaard, Christian

AU - Lauridsen, Henrik

AU - Funder, Anette Marianne Daa

AU - Thomsen, Jesper Skovhus

AU - Desvignes, Thomas

AU - Crossley, II, Dane A.

AU - Møller, Peter Rask

AU - Huong, Do Thi Thanh

AU - Phuong, Nguyen T.

AU - Detrich, H William

AU - Brüel, Annemarie

AU - Wilkens, Horts

AU - Warrant, Eric

AU - Wang, Tobias

AU - Nyengaard, Jens Randel

AU - Berenbrink, Michael

AU - Bayley, Mark

PY - 2019/12

Y1 - 2019/12

N2 - The retina has a very high energy demand but lacks an internal blood supply in most vertebrates. Here we explore the hypothesis that oxygen diffusion limited the evolution of retinal morphology by reconstructing the evolution of retinal thickness and the various mechanisms for retinal oxygen supply, including capillarization and acid-induced haemoglobin oxygen unloading. We show that a common ancestor of bony fishes likely had a thin retina without additional retinal oxygen supply mechanisms and that three different types of retinal capillaries were gained and lost independently multiple times during the radiation of vertebrates, and that these were invariably associated with parallel changes in retinal thickness. Since retinal thickness confers multiple advantages to vision, we propose that insufficient retinal oxygen supply constrained the functional evolution of the eye in early vertebrates, and that recurrent origins of additional retinal oxygen supply mechanisms facilitated the phenotypic evolution of improved functional eye morphology.

AB - The retina has a very high energy demand but lacks an internal blood supply in most vertebrates. Here we explore the hypothesis that oxygen diffusion limited the evolution of retinal morphology by reconstructing the evolution of retinal thickness and the various mechanisms for retinal oxygen supply, including capillarization and acid-induced haemoglobin oxygen unloading. We show that a common ancestor of bony fishes likely had a thin retina without additional retinal oxygen supply mechanisms and that three different types of retinal capillaries were gained and lost independently multiple times during the radiation of vertebrates, and that these were invariably associated with parallel changes in retinal thickness. Since retinal thickness confers multiple advantages to vision, we propose that insufficient retinal oxygen supply constrained the functional evolution of the eye in early vertebrates, and that recurrent origins of additional retinal oxygen supply mechanisms facilitated the phenotypic evolution of improved functional eye morphology.

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DO - 10.7554/eLife.52153

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VL - 8

JO - eLife

JF - eLife

SN - 2050-084X

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