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1. Окаменелости, онтогенез и филогенез

2. Эво-дево, пластичность и модули

3. Онтогенез позвоночных в ископаемом состоянии

4. Кости и зубы под микроскопом

5. Пропорции, рост и таксономия

6. Характер роста и процессы увеличения многообразия

7. Ископаемые остатки и генетика развития

8. «Недостающие звенья» и эволюция индивидуального развития

9. Развитие у млекопитающих и у человека

10. О трилобитах, ракушках и букашках

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в палеонтологии развития?

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Библиография 213

Предметный указатель 243