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A Synoptical Classification of the Bivalvia (Mollusca)
Preface This classification summarizes the suprageneric taxonomy of the Bivalvia for the upcoming revision of the Bivalvia volumes of the Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part N.
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Cladistic perspectives on early bivalve evolution
Abstract Parsimony analysis suggests derivation of the Bivalvia from monoplacophorans rather than from rostroconchs, and additionally indicates that a phylogenetic classification of the Bivalvia canExpand
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Variations in oxygen and carbon isotopic compositions and microstructure of the shell of Adamussium colbecki (Bivalvia)
The oxygen and carbon isotopic variability within the calcitic shell of the Antarctic scallop Adamussium colbecki has been assessed by detailed sampling of the shell margin, an external transectExpand
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Oxygen and carbon isotopic composition and shell microstructure of the bivalve Laternula elliptica from Antarctica
Oxygen and carbon isotopic measurements were obtained from microsamples of an adult Laternula elliptica, an infaunal, aragonitic, Antarctic bivalve. The δ 18 O values of samples from the exteriorExpand
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δ18O in mollusk shells from Pliocene Lake Hadar and modern Ethiopian lakes: Implications for history of the Ethiopian monsoon
Abstract Two of the five lacustrine intervals in the largely fluvial Hadar Formation, Afar, Ethiopia, occur in the Sidi Hakoma Member deposited 3.4–3.2 Ma. In a perspective of the δ18O of 11 modernExpand
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Xe-containing fast gas mixtures for gas-filled detectors
Abstract Electron drift velocities are reported for XeCF4, XeC2H2 and XeCF4C2H2 mixtures. For a number of these mixtures the drift velocities are large (4 to 10 × 106 cm s−1) over a range of E PExpand
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Temperature dependence of electron attachment and detachment in SF6 and c‐C4F6
In the temperature, T, range of 300–600 K and the mean electron energy range 〈e〉 of 0.19–1.0 eV, the total electron attachment rate constant for SF6 and c‐C4F6 measured in dilute mixtures with N2, isExpand
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