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Earth Sciences 2266F/G (31)

Class Notes for Earth Sciences 2266F/G at Western University

Dinosaur And Other Vertebrate Evolution

Earth Sciences 2266F/G Lecture 6: Lec 6

Lec 6 By Devonian time, all of the armoured plates started to dive...

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Earth Sciences 2266F/G Lecture 17: Lec 17

Lec 17 Archosaurs includes dinosaurs (and crocodiles and birds) “...

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Earth Sciences 2266F/G Lecture 1: Lec 1

Lec 1 Vertebrates is a subgroup of the phylum chordata They have ...

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Earth Sciences 2266F/G Lecture 16: Lec 16

Lec 16 During Permian time, more evolved therapsids: what do these...

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Earth Sciences 2266F/G Lecture 31: Lec 31

Lec 31 Series of fossils Lucy, the very first hominid fossil, use...

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Earth Sciences 2266F/G Lecture 30: Lec 30

Lec 30 Very anthropocentric point of view in terms of human evolut...

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Earth Sciences 2266F/G Lecture 4: Lec 4

Lec 4 Lamprey (jawless fish, with sucking disc with teeth lining t...

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Earth Sciences 2266F/G Lecture 29: Lec 29

Lec 29 Placental Mammal Explosion: all ancestors just came out at ...

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Earth Sciences 2266F/G Lecture 18: Lec 18

Lec 18 One of the oldest dinosaurs fromArgentina (where most of th...

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Earth Sciences 2266F/G Lecture 22: Lec 22

Lec 22 Giant marine reptiles are not dinosaurs, not even archosaur...

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Earth Sciences 2266F/G Lecture 5: Lec 5

Lec 5 If you look at a femur, osteoblasts reside inside the lamell...

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Earth Sciences 2266F/G Lecture 27: Lec 27

Lec 27 After we talk about the primitive/early mammals, most of th...

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Earth Sciences 2266F/G Lecture 7: Lec 7

Lec 7 1. Once biting occurs, you can eat larger prey; if it’s just...

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Earth Sciences 2266F/G Lecture 20: Lec 20

Lec 20 Just the lone scapula bone is much bigger than the human V...

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Earth Sciences 2266F/G Lecture 21: Lec 21

Lec 21 Some of the earlier groups: Stegosaurs have armoured plate...

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