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Redesign of PCR primers for mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase subunit I for marine invertebrates and application in all‐taxa biotic surveys
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The new primers, jgHCO2198 and jgLCO1490, are well suited for routine DNA barcoding, all‐taxon surveys and metazoan metagenomics.
Comparative analysis of Late Jurassic sauropod trackways from the Jura Mountains (NW Switzerland) and the central High Atlas Mountains (Morocco): implications for sauropod ichnotaxonomy
Late Jurassic sauropod trackways from the Jura Mountains (NW Switzerland) and the central High Atlas Mountains (Morocco) are described and compared. Emphasis is put on track preservation and trackway
Titanosaurid trackways from the Upper Cretaceous of Bolivia: evidence for large manus, wide-gauge locomotion and gregarious behaviour
Abstract A preliminary study of the Humaca dinosaur tracksite, in the Departamiento Chuquisaca (Bolivia), has revealed 11 parallel trackways of subadult sauropods travelling to the WNW as a group.
The oldest azhdarchoid pterosaur from the Late Jurassic Solnhofen Limestone (Early Tithonian) of Southern Germany
Based on an almost complete three-dimensionally preserved skeleton, a new genus and species of an azhdarchoid pterosaur Aurorazhdarcho primordius n.gen. n.sp. from the Late Jurassic Solnhofen
Pneumaticity and soft-tissue reconstructions in the neck of diplodocid and dicraeosaurid sauropods
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Comparisons between the vertebrae of juvenile and adult diplodocids strongly indicate that pneumatisation proceeded from the supramedullary diverticula into the neural arch and the neural spine, and the regular branching pattern of the pneumatic cavities as well as the vertical I−beam construc− tion of the vertebral corpora is interpreted as a consequence of the biomechanical constraints of the spine.
Formation and Taphonomy of Human Footprints in Microbial Mats of Present-Day Tidal-flat Environments: Implications for the Study of Fossil Footprints
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It is suggested that modified true tracks and overtracks make up an important percentage of fossil footprints and that they may be as common as undertracks and that making unambiguous distinctions between poorly defined true tracks, modifiedtrue tracks, undertracks, and over tracks in the fossil record will remain a difficult task.
A calibrated composite section for the Late Jurassic Reuchenette Formation in northwestern Switzerland (?Oxfordian, Kimmeridgian sensu gallico, Ajoie-Region)
Abstract.A new stratigraphical frame for Kimmeridgian sediments of northwestern Switzerland has been established by correlating seventeen closely spaced sections by means of lithological,
NEUTRON TOMOGRAPHY OF INTERNAL STRUCTURES OF VERTEBRATE REMAINS : A COMPARISON WITH X-RAY COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY
Neutron tomography has been applied as a novel, non-invasive technique for 3-D visualization and characterization of internal structures of vertebrate remains. Whereas X-ray computed tomography maps
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