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Ontogenetic studies indicating the sternum formed differently in Enantiornithines and Ornithuromorphs


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In an article online October 9 in Nature Communications, researchers reveal, for the first time, the formation of the sternum in the largest group of Cretaceous birds, Enantiornithes, highlighting the importance of ontogenetic studies for understanding homology and the evolution of skeletal features in palaeontology.

 

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