Comparisons of Major and Minor Taxa Reveal Two Kinds of Differences: “Lateral” Adaptations and “Vertical” Changes in Grade

  • Theodore H. Bullock

Abstract

Hearing provides a special case of a general problem in comparative neurology, indeed in evolutionary biology broadly: what has evolution wrought? What varieties of differences between taxa have evolved-from species to phyla?

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