Human head and neck Quadrate bone

Maxillary teeth: (0) present; (1) absentMaxillary teeth: (0) present; (1) absent
Character list from LI et al. (2014), which was modified from Clarke et al. (2006) and Zhou et al. (2008). In total, 220 morphological characters were used in the phylogenetic analysis. Quadrate bone
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Acctran and deltran criteria are considered to be unambiguous synapomorphies. Underlined numbers represent characters with a C. I. of 000 and can be considered to be robust synapomorphies. Quadrate bone
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Reptiles Part 1 Subject: Zoology Course: B. Sc. 2ndReptiles Part 1 Subject: Zoology Course: B. Sc. 2nd
Do you know that the Reptiles dominated our planet for a long time? Animals of Class Reptilia, first appeared in late Paleozoic and they became numerous by Mesozoic. This is known as “The Age of Reptiles. Quadrate bone
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Supplementary Info. Brazeau and Ahlberg ms-2005-05-06098a panderichthys sp. Ldm 60/123Supplementary Info. Brazeau and Ahlberg ms-2005-05-06098a panderichthys sp. Ldm 60/123
Ahlberg et al. 1996), dorsal hyoid arch, palatal surface in ventral view and the internal surfaces of the dorsal operco-gular series and squamation. The posterior part of the (anatomical). Quadrate bone
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