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Enigmatic amphibians in mid-Cretaceous amber were chameleon-like ballistic feeders
The results suggest that albanerpetontids were sit-and-wait ballistic tongue feeders, extending the record of this specialized feeding mode by around 100 million years.
Cyclic-RGDyC functionalized liposomes for dual-targeting of tumor vasculature and cancer cells in glioblastoma: An in vitro boron neutron capture therapy study
- Weirong Kang, D. Svirskis, V. Sarojini, A. McGregor, J. Bevitt, Zimei Wu
- Biology, ChemistryOncotarget
- 28 March 2017
The potential of a new dual-targeting strategy using c(RGDyC)-LP to improve boron neutron capture therapy for glioblastoma is demonstrated.
Differential preservation of vertebrates in Southeast Asian caves
Caves have been an important source of vertebrate fossils for much of Southeast Asia, particularly for the Quaternary. Despite this importance, the mechanisms by which vertebrate remains accumulate…
Polar wildfires and conifer serotiny during the Cretaceous global hothouse
Several highly effective fire-adaptive traits first evolved among modern plants duringthe mid-Cretaceous, in response to the widespread wildfires promoted by anomalously highatmospheric oxygen (O2)…
The repeated evolution of dental apicobasal ridges in aquatic-feeding mammals and reptiles
- M. McCurry, A. Evans, E. Fitzgerald, C. McHenry, J. Bevitt, N. Pyenson
- Environmental ScienceBiological Journal of the Linnean Society
- 22 May 2019
Paleobiology, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC 20560, USA, and Mammalogy and Paleontology, Burke Museum of natural History and Culture, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195, USA are used in this study.
Dissorophid diversity at the early Permian cave system near Richards Spur, Oklahoma, USA
The early Permian karst deposits near Richards Spur, Oklahoma, preserve a diverse assemblage of terrestrial dissorophoid temnospondyls in an upland environment. The dissorophids, an armored…
Guest Adsorption in the Nanoporous Metal–Organic Framework Cu3(1,3,5-Benzenetricarboxylate)2: Combined In Situ X-ray Diffraction and Vapor Sorption
- V. K. Peterson, Peter D. Southon, G. J. Halder, D. Price, J. Bevitt, C. Kepert
- Materials Science
- 5 August 2014
The structure of the nanoporous metal–organic framework Cu3(BTC)2 (BTC = 1,3,5-benzenetricarboxylate) with a variety of molecular guests was studied in situ using single crystal X-ray diffraction. By…
Neurocranial Anatomy of Seymouria from Richards Spur, Oklahoma
- Kayla D. Bazzana, B. Gee, J. Bevitt, R. Reisz
- BiologyJournal of Vertebrate Paleontology
- 3 September 2019
ABSTRACT Seymouriamorphs are a group of Permo-Carboniferous tetrapods with both terrestrial and aquatic members. Since their initial discovery, they have been proposed as phylogenetic intermediates…
Pushing the limits of neutron tomography in palaeontology: Three-dimensional modelling of in situ resin within fossil plants
Computed tomography is an increasingly popular technique for the non-destructivestudy of fossils. Whilst the science of X-ray computed tomography (CT) has greatlymatured since its first fossil appl…