J. E. Kropacheva

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302 The size and shape of the first lower (ml) and the third upper (M3) teeth of voles (Microtinae) have been studied as one of the few available objects for the research of the evolutionary, biostratigraphic and palee oecological problems by paleontologists and have been used to resolve morphologic, systematic and ecoo logical problems in neontology. The(More)
20 Among the modes of phytophagy described by Agadzhanyan, voles occupy a special place [1]. Large amounts of rough vegetables are masticated by either hypsodont or hypsodont molars. Their active flanks are enamel edges of the triangular prisms. The biomee chanics of chewing movements is adjusted to predom inantly anteroposterior mobility of the mandible(More)
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