1 edition of Studies of evolution in the genus Spirifer found in the catalog.
Studies of evolution in the genus Spirifer
Fenton, Carroll Lane
|Statement||[by] Carroll Lane Fenton.|
|Series||Publications of the Wagner free institute of science,, vol. 11|
|LC Classifications||QE797.S7 F4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 436 p.|
|Number of Pages||436|
|LC Control Number||31019413|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fenton, Carroll Lane, Studies of evolution in the genus Spirifer. Philadelphia, Wagner Free Institute of Science, Studies of Evolution in the Genus Spirifer. By Fenton, Carroll L. SKU# $ Add to Cart. x, ; 50 full page plates (photos and line-drawings).
Original printed tan wrappers, 8vo. Publications of the Wagner Free Institute of Science, volume II. Spirifer is a genus of marine brachiopods belonging to the order Spiriferida and. Studies of Evolution in the Genus Spirifer (Publications of Evolution in the Genus Spirifer Vol. 3) by Carroll Lane Fention pages.
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Studies of Evolution in the Genus Spirifer. In spite of Hurst's use of them, my own opinion remains that Vavilov's papers (four of which are listed in Hurst's excellent bibliography), form an important contri-bution to the study of limited, as opposed to promiscuous variation, and contain much of value to paleontologists.
Definition: Spirifer minerals (also known as fossil shell of Spirifer, Chinese:石燕) is the fossil shell of spirifer which is a genus of marine brachiopods belonging to the order Spiriferida and family Spiriferidae. It is usually used in removing damp and hot related body problems.
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