Formation of dermal skeletal and dental tissues in fish: a comparative and evolutionary approach

@article{Sire2003FormationOD,
  title={Formation of dermal skeletal and dental tissues in fish: a comparative and evolutionary approach},
  author={Jean-Yves Sire and Ann Huysseune},
  journal={Biological Reviews},
  year={2003},
  volume={78}
}
Osteichthyan and chondrichthyan fish present an astonishing diversity of skeletal and dental tissues that are often difficult to classify into the standard textbook categories of bone, cartilage, dentine and enamel. To address the question of how the tissues of the dermal skeleton evolved from the ancestral situation and gave rise to the diversity actually encountered, we review previous data on the development of a number of dermal skeletal elements (odontodes, teeth and dermal denticles… Expand
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