Caption: Qilinyu rostrata, a 423-million-year-old armored fish, had a jaw that resembles those of modern bony fish and land vertebrates
biostratigraphy of the Ludlovian Hemse Beds of Gotland, Sweden.
Percentages of vertebrate
classes captured during a 2010-2011 small vertebrate
trapping study at Lake Laurel area, Baldwin Co., Georgia.
Recently a second type of vertebrate
receptor diversification system has been identified in the lamprey and hagfish (Pancer et al., 2004).
First, this revised version of a traditional vertebrate
dissection lab requires students to think more critically during the dissection process.
Miocene formations and vertebrate
biostratigraphic units, Texas coastal plain.
The octopus and the vertebrate
common ancestor occurred about 750 million years ago.
The effect of vector feeding on vertebrate
infections by VEEV has not been studied.
(2) In the primitive jawed vertebrate
, the remaining gill arches (i.e., the mandibular, hyoid, and fourth and fifth true branchial arches) surround the pharynx in the ventral part of the head.
He is presently professor emeritus of Geological Sciences and curator emeritus of Vertebrate
Paleontology at Michigan State University.
But Story is working with scientists at the University of Wollongong who have established techniques for determining cholinesterase levels in vertebrate
blood and tissue samples.
INTRODUCTION The purpose of this study was to inventory the occurrence of vertebrate
, invertebrate and plant specimens within the basal Fort Union Formation and to plot these occurrences relative to the Hell Creek/Fort Union formation contact.