The roles of endothermy and the tribosphenic molar in the ecological diversification of mammals: Potential key innovations
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endothermy; key innovation; tribosphenic; molar; cretaceous; paleogene; tertiary; non-avian dinosaurs; niche; mammal; diet; speciation; diversification; ecological opportunity; molecular clock; hypocone; dentition; metabolism; metabolic rate
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