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Morphology of a specimen of Supersaurus (Dinosauria, Sauropoda) from the Morrison Formation of Wyoming, and a re-evaluation of diplodocid phylogeny
A new specimen of Supersaurus vivianae is described, providing additional information about the osteology of Supersaurus. The single Supersaurus individual that the WDC quarry produced allows a re-
PALEOENVIRONMENTS AND PALEOECOLOGY OF A LOWER TRIASSIC INVERTEBRATE AND VERTEBRATE ICHNOASSEMBLAGE FROM THE RED PEAK FORMATION (CHUGWATER GROUP), CENTRAL WYOMING
ABSTRACT The Lower Triassic Red Peak Formation of the Chugwater Group has long been considered to have an extremely poor paleontological record, although the cause for the apparent dearth of fossils
A new paravian dinosaur from the Late Jurassic of North America supports a late acquisition of avian flight
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All parsimonious results support the hypothesis that each early paravian clade was plesiomorphically flightless, raising the possibility that avian flight originated as late as the Late Jurassic or Early Cretaceous.
Cytochrome c interaction with hematite (α-Fe2O3) surfaces
Abstract The interaction of metalloproteins such as cytochromes with oxides is of interest for a number of reasons, including molecular catalysis of environmentally important mineral-solution
Structural and redox properties of mitochondrial cytochrome c co-sorbed with phosphate on hematite (alpha-Fe2O3) surfaces.
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Investigation of mitochondrial ferricytochrome c (Cyt c) co-sorption with 0.01 and 0.1 M phosphate on hematite surfaces as a function of pH suggests that cyt c aggregates as the pH approaches the Cyt c isoelectric point.
Triassic turtle tracks and the origin of turtles
Abstract Turtle (Testudines) tracks, Chelonipus torquatus, reported from the early Middle Triassic (Anisian) of Germany, and Chelonipus isp. from the late Early Triassic (Spathian) of Wyoming and
Redox-linked conformation change and electron transfer between monoheme c-type cytochromes and oxides
Electron transfer between redox active proteins and mineral oxides is important in a variety of natural as well as technological processes, including electron transfer from dissimilatory
Developmental Failure of Segmentation in a Caudal Vertebra of Apatosaurus (Sauropoda)
  • D. Lovelace
  • Biology, Medicine
    Anatomical record
  • 1 July 2014
TLDR
This specimen is the first recognized congenital malformation within Sauropoda and exhibits an unusual morphology where two vertebrae are nearly seamlessly fused together, including the haemal arch that spans them.
An age-depth model and revised stratigraphy of vertebrate-bearing units in Natural Trap Cave, Wyoming
TLDR
It is demonstrated that it is unlikely a prominent snow cone existed or contributed to the pattern of sediment and fossil distribution within the study area, and there does not observe a continuous Pleistocene-Holocene transition in theStudy area.
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