Evolution of the mammalian middle ear

@article{Allin1975EvolutionOT,
  title={Evolution of the mammalian middle ear},
  author={E. Allin},
  journal={Journal of Morphology},
  year={1975},
  volume={147}
}
  • E. Allin
  • Published 1975
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of Morphology
  • The structure and evolution of the mandible, suspensorium, and stapes of mammal‐like reptiles and early mammals are examined in an attempt to determine how, why, and when in phylogeny the precursors of the mammalian tympanic bone, malleus, and incus (postdentary jaw elements and quadrate) came to function in the reception of air‐borne sound. The following conclusions are reached. 
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