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Upper Devonian Sponges from the Holy Cross Mountains, Central Poland
The rich fauna of Late Devonian (Late Frasnian) siliceous sponges from the Holy Cross Mountains, Poland is composed of 15 species and 11 genera. Both astylospongid demosponges (lithistids) andExpand
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The early Devonian continental/marine succession at Chęciny in the Holy Cross Mts, and its paleogeographic and tectonic significance
The early Devonian transgressive deposits at Checiny in the Holy Cross Mts, which rest on a weathered surface of Lower Cambrian claystones, are represented by diverse terrigenous looks containingExpand
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Rugose corals from the Devonian Kowala Formation of the Holy Cross Mountains
Rugose corals of the Givetian to Lower Frasnian Kowal a limestone Formation in the environs of Checiny, SW Holy Cross Mts and in its age equivalents in the Silesian-Cracow region of Southern PolandExpand
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Tetracoral Zonation of the Stromatoporoid-Coral Limestones, Southwestern Holy Cross MTS, Poland
Abstract Analysis of the distribution of 80 species recognized by the author in the stromatoporoid-coral limestones of the southwestern Holy Cross Mts, Poland, allows the recognition of 7 biozonesExpand
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AGING, ATHEROSCLEROSIS AND ASCORBIC ACID METABOLISM *
At the Conference on "Aging and Levels of Biological Organization," held at Princeton, New Jersey, December 2-5, 1962, Ancel Keys defended the postulate that aging is a disease per se or a complex ofExpand
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Depositional setting of the Devonian/Carboniferous biohermal Bol’shaya Nadota Carbonate Complex, Subpolar Urals
Multi-stage development of carbonate buildups has been recognised in the Bol’shaya Nadota Carbonate Complex, in the vicinity of the town of Inta (Subpolar Urals). The growth of typicalExpand
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Devonian rugose corals of the Phillipsastrea hennahii species group
Massive phillipsastreid tetracorals similar to Phillipsastrea hennahii , defined as a Ph. hennahii species group, are characterized by reduced intercorallite walls (thamnasterioid orExpand
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Rugose coral Cyathophyllum diffusum sp. n. from the Frasnian deposits of the Holy Cross Mts
The rugose coral Cyathophyllum diffusum sp. n. from the Upper Frasnian marly limestones of the Holy Cross Mts, Central Poland, is described. The new species has got dispersed trabeculae in theExpand
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