• Biology
  • Published 2000

Shell microstructures in Early Cambrian molluscs

@inproceedings{Kouchinsky2000ShellMI,
  title={Shell microstructures in Early Cambrian molluscs},
  author={Artem Kouchinsky},
  year={2000}
}
The affinities of a considerable part of the earliest skeletal fossils are problematical, but investigation of their microstructures may be useful for understanding biomineralization mechanisms in early metazoans and helpful for their taxonomy. The skelet 

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