Contents - Ammonoid Paleobiology (Landman et al., 1996)
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Landman, N. H., Tanabe, K. and Davis, R. A. (eds.) Ammonoid Paleobiology. Plenum Press, New York. 857 pp.
Phylogenetic Perspective @
The position of the Ammonoidea within the Cephalopoda p. 3
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Structure of hard and soft tissues @
Morphology of the jaws and radula in ammonoids p. 23
Attachment of the body to the shell in ammonoids p. 44
Ammonoid shell microstructure p. 65
Color patterns in ammonoids p. 104
Septal neck-siphuncular complex of ammonoids p. 129
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Buoyancy, swimming, and biomechanics @
Buoyancy and hydrodynamics in ammonoids p. 170
Theoretical modeling of ammonoid morphology p. 225
Morphogenesis of the septum in ammonoids p. 253
Architecture and strength of the ammonoid shell p. 297
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Growth @
Ammonoid embryonic development p. 344
Mode and rate of growth in ammonoids p. 408
Mature modifications and dimorphism in ammonoid cephalopods p. 464
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Taphonomy @
Ammonoid taphonomy p. 544
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Ecology @
Ammonoid pathology p. 581
Ammonoid life and habit p. 608
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Biostratigraphy and biogeography @
Paleozoic ammonoids in space and time p. 711
Mesozoic ammonoids in space and time p. 756
Crises in ammonoid evolution p. 795
Ammonoid extinction p. 815