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" ... old human subject in which these parts have been lost and the alveoli and upper parts of the bony mandible have disappeared through resorption. The forms are alike, but no one would venture to consider the infant's cartilaginous jaw and that of the... "
Journal of comparative zoology - Pagina 328
geredigeerd door - 1894
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Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at ..., Volume 32

American Philosophical Society - 1838
...consider the infant's cartilaginous jaw and that of the old man as similar in structure. The best example of similar phenomena in the phylum known to me is...Cretaceous or Jura and Orthoceras of the Paleozoic, which has been described above, and is figured further on. One occurs in the paracme and the other...
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The American Geologist, Volume 12

Newton Horace Winchell - 1893
...consider the infant's cartilaginous jaw and that of the old man as similar in structure. The best example of similar phenomena in the phylum known to me is the close resemblance of form between tinstraight Kncullte.1 of the Cretaceous or Jura and Orthocer«» of the Paleozoic. These two are of...
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Proceedings, American Philosophical Society (vol. 32, 1894)

...consider the infant's cartilaginous jaw and that of the old man as similar in structure. The best example of similar phenomena in the phylum known to me is...Cretaceous or Jura and Orthoceras of the Paleozoic, which has been described above, and is figured further on. One occurs in the paracme and the other...
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Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History

Boston Society of Natural History - 1895
...consider the infant's cartilaginous jaw and that of the old man as similar in structure. The best example of similar phenomena in the phylum known to me is the close resemblance of form between the straight Baeulites of the Cretaceous or Jura and Orthoceras of the Paleozoic. These two are often confounded...
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The American Geologist, Volume 12

Newton Horace Winchell - 1893
...consider the infant's cartilaginous jaw and that of the old man as similar in structure. The best example of similar phenomena in the phylum known to me is the close resemblance of form between the straight liuruliti-x of the Cretaceous or Jura and Orthocerus of the Paleozoic. These two are often confounded...
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