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COADAPTATION IN THE TRIGONIDAE. A REMARKABLE FAMILY OF BURROWING BIVALVES.STANLEY SM.1977; PALAEONTOLOGY; G.B.; DA. 1977; VOL. 20; NO 4; PP. 869-899; H.T. 3; BIBL. 1 P. 1/2; 14 ILL.Article

IDEAS ON THE TIMING OF METAZOAN DIVERSIFICATION.STANLEY SM.1976; PALEOBIOLOGY; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 2; NO 3; PP. 209-219; BIBL. 1 P. 1/2; 1 ILL.Article

A THEORY OF EVOLUTION ABOVE THE SPECIES LEVEL.STANLEY SM.1975; PROC. NATION. ACAD. SCI. U.S.A.; USA; 1975, VOL. 72, NUM. 0002, P. 646 A 650Serial Issue

EVOLUTION AND UNIFORMITARIANISM.STANLEY SM.1978; AMER. ASS. PETROLEUM GEOLOGISTS BULL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1978; VOL. 62; NO 3; PP. 564; (1978 AAPG-SEPM ANNU. CONV. PROGRAM. ABSTR.; OKLAHOMA CITY; 1978)Conference Paper

POST-PALEOZOIC ADAPTIVE RADIATION OF INFAUNAL BIVALVE MOLLUSCS- A CONSEQUENCE OF MANTLE FUSION AND SIPHON FORMATION.STANLEY SM.1968; J. PALEONTOL.; USA; 1968(1), VOL. 42, NUM. 0001, P. 214 A 229Miscellaneous

THE MESOZOIC TRIGONIID CLAMS: A STUDY IN COADAPTATION.STANLEY SM.1976; GEOL. SOC. AMER., ABSTR. PROGRAMS; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 8; NO 6; PP. 1118Conference Paper

WHY CLAMS HAVE THE SHAPE THEY HAVE: AN EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF BURROWING.STANLEY SM.1975; PALEOBIOLOGY; USA; 1975, VOL. 1, NUM. 0001, P. 48 A 58Serial Issue

RELATIVE GROWTH OF THE TITANOTHERE HORN: A NEW APPROACH TO AN OLD PROBLEM.STANLEY SM.1974; EVOLUTION; USA; 1974, VOL. 28, NUM. 0003, P. 447 A 457Serial Issue

WHY CLAMS HAVE THE SHAPE THEY HAVE: AN EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF BURROWINGSTANLEY SM.1975; PALEOBIOLOGY; U.S.A.; DA. 1975; VOL. 1; NO 1; PP. 48-58; BIBL. 10REFArticle

FUNCTIONAL MORPHOLOGY AND EVOLUTION OF BYSSALLY ATTACHED BIVALVE MOLLUSKS.STANLEY SM.1972; J. PALEONTOL.; USA; 1972, VOL. 46, NUM. 0002, P. 165 A 212Miscellaneous

THE EARLY EVOLUTION OF BYSSAL ATTACHMENT IN THE BIVALVIA (MOLLUSCASTANLEY SM.1971; GEOL. SOC. AMER., ABSTR. PROGRAMS; U.S.A. ; 1971, VOL. 3, NUM. 0007, P. 717Serial Issue

INFAUNAL SURVIVAL: ALTERNATIVE FUNCTIONS OF SHELL ORNAMENTATION IN THE BIVALVIA (MOLLUSCA)STANLEY SM.1981; PALEOBIOLOGY; ISSN 0094-8373; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 7; NO 3; PP. 384-393; BIBL. 27 REF.Article

CHRONOSPECIES' LONGEVITIES, THE ORIGIN OF GENERA, AND THE PUNCTUATIONAL MODEL OF EVOLUTION = LONGEVITE CHRONOSPECIFIQUE, ORIGINE DES GENRES, MODELE PONCTUEL D'EVOLUTIONSTANLEY SM.1978; PALEOBIOLOGY; ISSN 0094-8373; USA; DA. 1978; VOL. 4; NO 1; PP. 26-40; BIBL. 1 P.; ILL./COLONNE STRATIGR.Article

ADAPTIVE THEMES IN THE EVOLUTION OF THE BIVALVIA (MOLLUSCA).STANLEY SM.1975; ANNU. REV. EARTH PLANET. SCI.; USA; 1975, VOL. 3, P. 361 A 385Serial Issue

FOSSIL DATA AND THE PRECAMBRIAN-CAMBRIAN EVOLUTIONARY TRANSITION: DISCUSSION AND REPLY.TOWE KM; STANLEY SM.1976; AMER. J. SCI.; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 276; NO 9; PP. 1178-1181; BIBL. 13 REF.Article

ASPECTS OF THE ADAPTIVE MORPHOLOGY AND EVOLUTION OF THE TRIGONIIDAESTANLEY SM; WALLER TR.1978; PHILOS. TRANS. R. SOC. LONDON, B; GBR; DA. 1978; VOL. 284; NO 1001; PP. 247-258; H.T. 2; BIBL. 26 REF.; 31 ILL.Article

COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION IN EVOLUTIONARY TIME: THE CASE OF THE ACORN BARNACLES = EXCLUSION PAR COMPETITION AU COURS DE L'EVOLUTION: LE CAS DES BALANESSTANLEY SM; NEWMAN WA.1980; PALEOBIOLOGY; ISSN 0094-8373; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 6; NO 2; PP. 173-183; BIBL. 1 P.; ILL.Article

PRINCIPLES OF PALEONTOLOGYRAUP DM; STANLEY SM.1978; ; USA; SAN FRANCISCO: W. H. FREEMAN; DA. 1978; X-481 P.; 24 CM; BIBL. 17 P.; 237 ILL.; ISBN 0-7167-0022-0; ED. 2Book

COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION IN EVOLUTIONARY TIME: THE CASE OF THE ACORN BARNACLESSTANLEY SM; NEWMAN WA.1980; PALEOBIOLOGY; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 6; NO 2; PP. 173-183; BIBL. 2 P.Article

STABILITY OF SPECIES IN GEOLOGIC TIME.STANLEY SM; HARPER CW JR.1976; SCIENCE; U.S.A.; 1976, VOL. 192, NUM. 4236, P. 267 A 269Serial Issue

LYELLIAN CURVES IN PALEONTOLOGY: POSSIBILITIES AND LIMITATIONS = COURBES DE LYELL EN PALEONTOLOGIE: POSSIBILITES ET LIMITESSTANLEY SM; ADDICOTT WO; CHINZEI K et al.1980; GEOLOGY (BOULDER); ISSN 0091-7613; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 8; NO 9; PP. 422-426; BIBL. 1 P.; ILL.Article

ENVIRONMENTAL ETHANOL AT LOW CONCENTRATIONS LONGEVITY AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE SIBLING SPECIES DROSOPHILA MELANOGASTER AND D. SIMULANSPARSONS PA; STANLEY SM; SPENCE GE et al.1979; AUST. J. ZOOL.; ISSN 0004-959X; AUS; DA. 1979; VOL. 27; NO 5; PP. 747-754; BIBL. 20 REF.; 3 ILL.Article

ENVIRONMENTAL ETHANOL AT LOW CONCENTRATIONS: LONGEVITY AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE SIBLING SPECIES DROSOPHILA MELANOGASTER AND D. SIMULANSPARSONS PA; STANLEY SM; SPENCE GE et al.1979; AUSTRAL. J. ZOOL.; AUS; DA. 1979; VOL. 27; NO 5; PP. 747-754; BIBL. 20 REF.Article

NATURALLY OCCURRING TYZZER'S DISEASE IN THE GRAY FOXSTANLEY SM; FLATT RE; DANIELS GN et al.1978; J. AMER. VETER. MED. ASS.; USA; DA. 1978; VOL. 173; NO 9; PP. 1173-1174; BIBL. 17 REF.Article

RESISTANCE OF SPECIES OF THE DROSOPHILA MELANOGASTER SUBGROUP TO ENVIRONMENTAL EXTREMESSTANLEY SM; PARSONS PA; SPENCE GE et al.1980; AUST. J. ZOOL.; AUS; DA. 1980; VOL. 28; NO 3; PP. 413-421; BIBL. 26 REF.Article

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