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Atlas Volos Mlekopitayushchikh: Tonkaya Struktura Ostevykh Volos I Igl V Skaniruyushchem Elektronnom Mikroskope [An Atlas of Mammalian Hair: Fine Structure of Overhair and Hair Using Scanning Electron Microscopy]
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By: OF Chernova and TN Tselikova
430 pages, 340 plates with b/w photos; 10 b/w illustrations
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An unprecedented atlas treating the fine structure, both external and internal, of hair in 322 mammalian species representing 238 genera, 64 families and 18 orders, with comparative ecological and phylogenetic implications.