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Author Sumrall, Colin Doyle, 1967- author.

Title A review and evaluation of homology hypotheses in echinoderm paleobiology / Colin D. Sumrall, Sarah L. Sheffield, Jennifer E. Bauer, Jeffrey R. Thompson, Johnny A. Waters
Published Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2023
©2023

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Description 1 online resource (44 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Series Cambridge elements : elements of paleontology
Cambridge elements. Elements of paleontology.
Summary "The extraxial-axial theory (EAT) and universal elemental homology (UEH) are often portrayed as mutually exclusive hypotheses of homology within pentaradiate Echinodermata. The authors of this Element recommend these two hypotheses be used together to generate a better understanding of homology across Echinodermata"-- Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on April 06, 2023)
Subject Echinodermata, Fossil.
Echinodermata -- Evolution
Evolutionary paleobiology.
Paleobiology -- Methodology
Echinodermata -- Evolution.
Echinodermata, Fossil.
Evolutionary paleobiology.
Form Electronic book
Author Sheffield, Sarah L., author.
Bauer, Jennifer E., author.
Thompson, Jeffrey R., author.
Waters, Johnny A., author.
LC no. 2023011555
ISBN 9781009397155
100939715X