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Palaeoenvironment of the Upper Cretaceous (Coniacian) concretion-bearing Lagerstätten from Poland
Abstract Abundantly fossiliferous Upper Cretaceous sediments including decapod remains in the region of Stary Waliszow (Southern Poland) have been known for many years. To date, however, no study hasExpand
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Expression of the Hsp40, Hsp70 and Hsp90 proteins in Colorado Potato Beetle (Leptinotarsa decemlineata Say) After the Dimethoate Treatment
Hsp40, Hsp70 and Hsp90 proteins exhibit increased level of expression in animals exposed to negative environmental conditions, including pesticides, but the measured effect depends on the class whichExpand
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The Lilliput effect in crinoids at the end of the Oceanic Anoxic Event 2: a Case study from Poland
Abstract. The Cretaceous Period (145–66 Ma) consisted of several oceanic anoxic events (120–80 Ma), stimulated by global greenhouse effects. The Oceanic Anoxic Event 2 (OAE2) occurred worldwideExpand
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Experimental neoichnology of crawling stalked crinoids
Stalked crinoids have long been considered sessile. In the 1980s, however, observations both in the field and of laboratory experiments proved that some of them (isocrinids) can actively relocate byExpand
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Echinoid Bite Traces on Late Cretaceous (Early Maastrichtian) Sea Lilies from Southern Poland
Abstract. Echinoid bite traces on Late Cretaceous (early Maastrichtian) bourgueticrinids and isocrinids of southern Poland (Miechów Trough) were documented. The bitten sea lilies co-occurred withExpand
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Experimental neoichnology of post-autotomy arm movements of sea lilies and possible evidence of thrashing behaviour in Triassic holocrinids
Echinoderms exhibit remarkable powers of autotomy. For instance, crinoids can shed arm and stalk portions when attacked by predators. In some species, it has been reported that the autotomized armsExpand
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Dwarfism of irregular echinoids (Echinocorys) from Poland during the Campanian-Maastrichtian Boundary Event
Abstract The echinoid genus Echinocorys is one of the dominant irregular echinoid in the Cretaceous of Poland. Our analysis of the body size trends of these echinoids shows that they underwentExpand
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Body-size increase in crinoids following the end-Devonian mass extinction
The Devonian period ended with one of the largest mass extinctions in the Earth history. It comprised a series of separate events, which eliminated many marine species and led to long-termExpand
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