tetrapod


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tetrapod

any vertebrate with two pairs of PENTADACTYL LIMBS.

tetrapod

a four-limbed, vertebrate animal, i.e. all vertebrates except fish. Compare with quadruped.
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In summary, the purpose of this paper is to reassess the validity of Matthew's three tetrapod ichnotaxa from the Lancaster Formation.
Currently, Quantum Materials Corporation offers high-brightness Cd-based and ecological Cadmium-free non-heavy metal tetrapod QD and can synthesise many Group II-VI inorganic mono or hybrid tetrapod quantum dots.
The first-recorded occurrence of tetrapod ichnofossils from the Honeycomb Point Formation is in Baird's field notes for 1959 (Baird MS, pp.
Using these data we can now evaluate the locomotor capabilities of numerous important fossil taxa that spanned the water-to-land transition in tetrapod evolution," Kawano said.
Cliff and foreshore outcrops between Wasson Bluff and Swan Creek contain by far the greatest wealth of early Mesozoic tetrapod remains in the Fundy basin.
2) demonstrates the distribution of stromatolites within the coastal area of Voronezh Island, which largely coincides with the main area of tetrapod finds.
Figure 3 shows a tetrapod with legs of approximately 1 um of length.
The tetrapod trackways described by Sarjeant and Stringer (1978) at Lepreau Falls (45[degrees]10'11.
In contrast to ceramic produced with zinc oxide, which leads to very short tetrapod structures, tin oxide gives long, flat structures.
Three main hexapod gaits are used: tripod, tetrapod and wave gait.
Tetrapod quantum dots supplier Quantum Materials (Other OTC:QTMM) said on Thursday that it has shipped 20 grams of quantum dots to a major Asia-based global company in the first week following installation and commissioning runs of its new automated production system.