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First-generation teeth in nonmammalian lineages: Evidence for a conserved ancestral character?

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SIRE, JY, T DAVIT-BEAL, S DELGADO, Christine Van der heyden, and Ann Huysseune. 2002. “First-generation Teeth in Nonmammalian Lineages: Evidence for a Conserved Ancestral Character?” Microscopy Research and Technique 59 (5): 408–434.
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SIRE, J., DAVIT-BEAL, T., DELGADO, S., Van der heyden, C., & Huysseune, A. (2002). First-generation teeth in nonmammalian lineages: Evidence for a conserved ancestral character? MICROSCOPY RESEARCH AND TECHNIQUE, 59(5), 408–434.
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SIRE J, DAVIT-BEAL T, DELGADO S, Van der heyden C, Huysseune A. First-generation teeth in nonmammalian lineages: Evidence for a conserved ancestral character? MICROSCOPY RESEARCH AND TECHNIQUE. 2002;59(5):408–34.
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SIRE, JY, T DAVIT-BEAL, S DELGADO, et al. “First-generation Teeth in Nonmammalian Lineages: Evidence for a Conserved Ancestral Character?” MICROSCOPY RESEARCH AND TECHNIQUE 59.5 (2002): 408–434. Print.
@article{154422,
  author       = {SIRE, JY and DAVIT-BEAL, T and DELGADO, S and Van der heyden, Christine and Huysseune, Ann},
  issn         = {1059-910X},
  journal      = {MICROSCOPY RESEARCH AND TECHNIQUE},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {5},
  pages        = {408--434},
  title        = {First-generation teeth in nonmammalian lineages: Evidence for a conserved ancestral character?},
  volume       = {59},
  year         = {2002},
}

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