Remarks on the evolution Of Ordovician conodonts

@inproceedings{Dzik1976RemarksOT,
  title={Remarks on the evolution Of Ordovician conodonts},
  author={Jerzy Dzik},
  year={1976}
}
Introduction Principles of taxonomy of conodonts The course of the phylogeny Organization of the "apparatus" of branching conodonts Affinities of Conodontophorida The outline of evolution of Conodontophorida Regularities in eyolution of conodont" Diagnoses of ne\v taxa List of synonymes References Frequency of conodonts in samples 395 :\95 396 398 413 416 417 420 421 42:") 447 454 Abstract. The phylogeny of Ordovician Conodontophorida from the Baltic region is reconstructed and homologization… CONTINUE READING

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