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GLY-1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Rudists, Paleogene, Deccan Traps

End of Cretaceous Primates only on earth for about 55 million years, Bipedal primates only around for about 510 million years KT or KTP boundary short hand for Cretaceouspaleocene boundary Iridium just above boundary, used...

Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Science
GLY-1102
Seth Young
GLY-1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Pterosaur, Protein Structure, Mesozoic

Mesozoic non-dinosaurs Pterosaurs Flying archosaurs (diapsid reptiles with antorbital fenestrae) Not dinos Known from non-marine and near shore marine deposits of Triassic Cretaceous age Carnivores Modified foreli...

Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Science
GLY-1102
Seth Young
GLY-1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Air Sacs, Tarbosaurus, Spinosaurus

Saurischia Two important Groups o Therapods (beast foot) More primitive (retain ancestral characteristics) Sauropodomorphia (lizard footish) o More advanced (m...

Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Science
GLY-1102
Seth Young
GLY-1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Trace Fossil, Paleontology, Fiberglass

T-Rex History 1886 William Hornaday of NYZS Up to Montana to shoot last Woodland Bison for Smithsonian Institution collection Brought back bison and also a fossil horn found on a ranch Years later shown to AMNH pal...

Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Science
GLY-1102
Seth Young
GLY-1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Sacrum, Marasuchus, Metacarpal Bones

Triassic Dinosaurs didnt really appear until mid to late Triassic, beforehand was reptile evolution Diapsid = two temporal fenestra Synapsid, anapsid, diapsid are all tetrapods Amniotes all f...

Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Science
GLY-1102
Seth Young
GLY-1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Coelacanth, Hydroxylapatite, Inbetweening

Transitions Prokaryote to Eukaryote Eukaryote to metazoan Invertebrate to vertebrate Jawless (agnatha) to jawed (Gnathostome) Water to land Jaws may have been adapted to obtain oxygen Vertebrates Bony skeleton Bone composi...

Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Science
GLY-1102
Seth Young
GLY-1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Polyphyly, Mesosaurus, Prokaryote

Late Paleozoic Labrynthodons develop mid to late Devonian time Amphibians rule for a brief period of time here Labyrinthodont Dominated land in early Carboniferous Gave rise to other amphibians, including ...

Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Science
GLY-1102
Seth Young
GLY-1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Parasaurolophus, Edward Drinker Cope, Silt

Ornithopods Hadrosaurids Duck Billed dinos Large7-8 m Middle to late cretaceous Handslost the thumbs and sacral vertebrae numbered 8-10 otherwise similar to Iguanodontids Genera differ primarily in terms of skull ...

Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Science
GLY-1102
Seth Young
GLY-1102 Lecture 12: Geologic time Periods and stuff

Geologic timescale Supercontinent Rodinia Pre Paleozoic Tectonics 750 Ma breakup of supercontinent Rodinia Laurentia N America, grenland, Ireland, Scotland, Baltic (Russia) Marine transgressions Sauk T...

Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Science
GLY-1102
Seth Young
GLY-1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Thecodontia, Sacrum, Mesozoic

Defining Characteristics of Dinos Diapsid with thecodont dentition and antorbital fenestrae Three sacral vertebrae O[en acetabulum Advanced mesotarsal (ankle), long mt bones Offset #1 metacarpal, #4 and #5 reduced ...

Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Science
GLY-1102
Seth Young
GLY-1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Cnidaria, Tribrachidium, Archean

Prokaryotes, Eukaryotes, Metazoa Anoxic World Molecular oxygen being produced in atmos by photolysis of water (water + sun Consumed asquickly as it was produced didnt accumulate In order to accumulate need to: Boost produc...

Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Science
GLY-1102
Seth Young
GLY-1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Bryophyte, Melastomataceae, Ascidiacea

Phylum Chordata Mollusks Very diverse morphologically Similar in form First could have been simple shelled organisms, quickly diversified Cephalopodia squid Could control internal buoyancy by filling shell with air Phylum ...

Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Science
GLY-1102
Seth Young
GLY-1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Struthiomimus, Sacrum, Stegoceras

Marginocephalia Edge head Late Jurassc, mostly in cretaceous Possess a frill (shelf of bone projecting from back of skull Two groups: Pachycephalosaurs Ceratopsia Psittacosaurids ea...

Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Science
GLY-1102
Seth Young
GLY-1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Dinos, Plateosauria, Onchocerciasis

Sauropodomorphs Feathered dinosaurs Evolution is not necessarily directional Feathering could have had many purposes Feathers are a modification on already existing part of lizard skin, not unusual for them to evolv...

Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Science
GLY-1102
Seth Young
GLY-1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Gideon Mantell, Herbivore, Camptosaurus

Sauropods Diplodocids Camarasaurids Brachiosaurids Cetiosaurids Titanosaurids Sauropod Bauplan Absolute dimensions Overall length Neck length Tail length Relative dimensions ...

Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Science
GLY-1102
Seth Young
Laboratory Basics - Reference Guides

Lab safety is the cornerstone principle in this compelling Guide. All international safety symbols are clearly defined, with all basic lab glassware and equipment depicted by text description and diagrams. The Guide also p...

ANAT - Anatomy
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