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Evolutionary Patterns in the Dentition of Duplicidentata (Mammalia) and a Novel Trend in the Molarization of Premolars

By Brian P. Kraatz, Jin Meng, Marcelo Weksler and Chuankui Li
Topics: Research Article
Publisher: Public Library of Science
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