Orientation and Anatomical Notation in Conodonts

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  title={Orientation and Anatomical Notation in Conodonts},
  author={Mark A Purnell and Philip C J Donoghue and Richard J. Aldridge}
}
All aspects of conodont paleontology rely on the identification and description of homologous anatomical units or elements. But the current schemes of anatomical notation and terms for orientation were formulated at a time when little was known of conodont anatomy or skeletal architecture, resulting in some confusion and difficulties in their application. With improving knowledge of conodonts, these problems are becoming increasingly acute. In an attempt to address current problems, we… CONTINUE READING

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