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The Resource Evolution of the Vertebrate Ear : Evidence from the Fossil Record

Evolution of the Vertebrate Ear : Evidence from the Fossil Record

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Evolution of the Vertebrate Ear : Evidence from the Fossil Record
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Evolution of the Vertebrate Ear : Evidence from the Fossil Record
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Clack, Jennifer A
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  • Fay, Richard R
  • Popper, Arthur N
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Evolution of the Vertebrate Ear : Evidence from the Fossil Record
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Contents
  • Acoustical Society of America; Series Preface; Preface 1992; Volume Preface; Contents; Contributors; 1 Vertebrate Diversity in a Sensory System: The Fossil Record of Otic Evolution; Abstract; 1.1 General Introduction; 1.2 General Structure of Inner Ear, Middle Ear, Otic Capsule, Hyomandibula, and Stapes: Terminology; 1.3 Non-Osteichthyans: Stem Gnathostomes and Chondrichthyans; 1.4 The Bony Vertebrate Groups: Review of Chapters; 1.5 Summary; Compliance with Ethics Requirements; References; 2 Actinopterygians: The Ray-Finned Fishes-An Explosion of Diversity; Abstract; 2.1 Introduction
  • 2.1.1 Bony Fish Skull Anatomy: An Overview2.1.2 The Earliest Bony Fishes; 2.2 The Fossil Record of Actinopterygian Hearing; 2.3 Devonian Actinopterygians; 2.4 "Paleopterygians"; 2.5 Chondrosteans; 2.6 Holosteans; 2.6.1 Parasemionotids; 2.6.2 Halecomorphs; 2.6.3 Ginglymodians; 2.7 Teleosts; 2.7.1 Stem Teleosts; 2.7.2 Crown Teleosts I: Innovations in Hearing; 2.7.3 Crown Teleosts II: The Otolith Fossil Record; 2.8 Summary; Compliance with Ethics Requirements; References; 3 Sarcopterygians: From Lobe-Finned Fishes to the Tetrapod Stem Group; Abstract; 3.1 Introduction to the Sarcopterygians
  • 3.2 Actinistians and Onychodonts3.2.1 Actinistians; 3.2.2 Onychodonts; 3.3 Dipnomorphs: Dipnoans and Porolepiforms; 3.3.1 Stem Dipnoans and Porolepiforms; 3.3.2 Dipnoans; 3.4 Tetrapodomorph Fishes; 3.4.1 Introduction to Tetrapodomorphs; 3.4.2 Osteolepis, Medoevia, and Gogonasus; 3.4.3 Megalichthyids; 3.4.4 Tristichopterids; 3.4.5 Elpistostege, Panderichthys, and Tiktaalik; 3.5 Summary; Compliance with Ethics Requirements; References; 4 Early Tetrapods: Experimenting with Form and Function; Abstract; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Devonian Stem Tetrapods; 4.2.1 Acanthostega; 4.2.2 Ichthyostega
  • 4.2.3 Ventastega4.3 Carboniferous Stem Tetrapods; 4.3.1 Whatcheeriids; 4.3.2 Baphetids; 4.3.3 Greererpeton; 4.3.4 Embolomeres; 4.4 Later Carboniferous and Permian Tetrapods; 4.4.1 Seymouriamorphs; 4.4.2 Diadectomorphs; 4.4.3 "Lepospondyls"; 4.4.3.1 Recumbirostran "Microsaurs"; 4.4.3.2 Aïstopods; 4.5 Earliest Amniotes; 4.6 Early Developments in the Tetrapod Hearing System; 4.7 Summary; Compliance with Ethics Requirements; References; 5 Non-Mammalian Synapsids: The Beginning of the Mammal Line; Abstract; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 The Pelycosaur Grade; 5.3 Basal Therapsids; 5.3.1 Biarmosuchia
  • 5.3.2 Gorgonopsia5.3.3 Dicynodontia; 5.3.4 Therocephalia; 5.4 Non-Mammalian Cynodonts; 5.4.1 Procynosuchus; 5.4.2 Thrinaxodon; 5.4.3 Eucynodontia; 5.5 Summary; Compliance with Ethics Requirements; References; 6 Evolution of the Middle and Inner Ears of Mammaliaforms: The Approach to Mammals; Abstract; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Middle Ear Evolution; 6.2.1 Middle Ear Evolution in Mammaliaforms; 6.2.2 Ectotympanic Structure and Function; 6.2.3 Malleus Structure and Function; 6.2.4 Structure of the Incus; 6.2.5 Structure of the Stapes
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9783319466613
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Label
Evolution of the Vertebrate Ear : Evidence from the Fossil Record
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Acoustical Society of America; Series Preface; Preface 1992; Volume Preface; Contents; Contributors; 1 Vertebrate Diversity in a Sensory System: The Fossil Record of Otic Evolution; Abstract; 1.1 General Introduction; 1.2 General Structure of Inner Ear, Middle Ear, Otic Capsule, Hyomandibula, and Stapes: Terminology; 1.3 Non-Osteichthyans: Stem Gnathostomes and Chondrichthyans; 1.4 The Bony Vertebrate Groups: Review of Chapters; 1.5 Summary; Compliance with Ethics Requirements; References; 2 Actinopterygians: The Ray-Finned Fishes-An Explosion of Diversity; Abstract; 2.1 Introduction
  • 2.1.1 Bony Fish Skull Anatomy: An Overview2.1.2 The Earliest Bony Fishes; 2.2 The Fossil Record of Actinopterygian Hearing; 2.3 Devonian Actinopterygians; 2.4 "Paleopterygians"; 2.5 Chondrosteans; 2.6 Holosteans; 2.6.1 Parasemionotids; 2.6.2 Halecomorphs; 2.6.3 Ginglymodians; 2.7 Teleosts; 2.7.1 Stem Teleosts; 2.7.2 Crown Teleosts I: Innovations in Hearing; 2.7.3 Crown Teleosts II: The Otolith Fossil Record; 2.8 Summary; Compliance with Ethics Requirements; References; 3 Sarcopterygians: From Lobe-Finned Fishes to the Tetrapod Stem Group; Abstract; 3.1 Introduction to the Sarcopterygians
  • 3.2 Actinistians and Onychodonts3.2.1 Actinistians; 3.2.2 Onychodonts; 3.3 Dipnomorphs: Dipnoans and Porolepiforms; 3.3.1 Stem Dipnoans and Porolepiforms; 3.3.2 Dipnoans; 3.4 Tetrapodomorph Fishes; 3.4.1 Introduction to Tetrapodomorphs; 3.4.2 Osteolepis, Medoevia, and Gogonasus; 3.4.3 Megalichthyids; 3.4.4 Tristichopterids; 3.4.5 Elpistostege, Panderichthys, and Tiktaalik; 3.5 Summary; Compliance with Ethics Requirements; References; 4 Early Tetrapods: Experimenting with Form and Function; Abstract; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Devonian Stem Tetrapods; 4.2.1 Acanthostega; 4.2.2 Ichthyostega
  • 4.2.3 Ventastega4.3 Carboniferous Stem Tetrapods; 4.3.1 Whatcheeriids; 4.3.2 Baphetids; 4.3.3 Greererpeton; 4.3.4 Embolomeres; 4.4 Later Carboniferous and Permian Tetrapods; 4.4.1 Seymouriamorphs; 4.4.2 Diadectomorphs; 4.4.3 "Lepospondyls"; 4.4.3.1 Recumbirostran "Microsaurs"; 4.4.3.2 Aïstopods; 4.5 Earliest Amniotes; 4.6 Early Developments in the Tetrapod Hearing System; 4.7 Summary; Compliance with Ethics Requirements; References; 5 Non-Mammalian Synapsids: The Beginning of the Mammal Line; Abstract; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 The Pelycosaur Grade; 5.3 Basal Therapsids; 5.3.1 Biarmosuchia
  • 5.3.2 Gorgonopsia5.3.3 Dicynodontia; 5.3.4 Therocephalia; 5.4 Non-Mammalian Cynodonts; 5.4.1 Procynosuchus; 5.4.2 Thrinaxodon; 5.4.3 Eucynodontia; 5.5 Summary; Compliance with Ethics Requirements; References; 6 Evolution of the Middle and Inner Ears of Mammaliaforms: The Approach to Mammals; Abstract; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Middle Ear Evolution; 6.2.1 Middle Ear Evolution in Mammaliaforms; 6.2.2 Ectotympanic Structure and Function; 6.2.3 Malleus Structure and Function; 6.2.4 Structure of the Incus; 6.2.5 Structure of the Stapes
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
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unknown
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Isbn
9783319466613
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unknown
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computer
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rdamedia
Media type code
c
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  • SPR967224440
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