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Mammals from the Age of Dinosaurs: Origins, Evolution, and Structure
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The Mesozoic Mammals in Space and Time and the Interrelationships of Mesozoics Mammals are studied to understand the distribution and relationships of these animals.
In quest for a phylogeny of Mesozoic mammals
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A phylogeny of all major groups of Mesozoic mammals based on phylogenetic analyses of 46 taxa and 275 osteological and dental characters, using parsimony methods is proposed, suggesting that the “obtuse−angle symmetrodonts” are paraphyletic, and that they lack reliable and unambiguous synapomorphies.
Dual origin of tribosphenic mammals
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Phylogenetic and morphometric analyses including these newly discovered taxa suggest a different interpretation: that mammals with tribosphenic molars are not monophyletic.
Eutherian mammals from the Early Cretaceous of Mongolia
A collection of eutherian mammals consisting of 39 specimens (teeth and jaw fragments) from the ?Aptian or Albian Khoboor Beds in the Gobi Desert, Mongolia, is described. It contains 3 taxa:
Phylogeny and Systematics of Multituberculate Mammals
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It is concluded that microprismatic enamel made its appearance only once in the Cimolodonta and might have originated from unknown members of the Paracimexomys group with separated molar cusps and smooth enamel.
Mammals from the age of dinosaurs
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EVOLUTION OF THE THERIAN MAMMALS IN THE LATE CRETACEOUS OF ASIA. PART V. SKULL STRUCTURE
The Late Cretaceous specialized proteutherian family Zalambdalestidae embraces 3 monotypic genera: Zalambdalestes, Barunlestes and (tentatively assigned) Daulestes. Zalarnbdalestid skull is
Early Cretaceous multituberculates from Mongolia and a comparison with Late Jurassic forms
KIELAN-JAWOROWSKA, Z., DASHZEVEG, D. and TROFIMOV, B. A.: Early Cretaceous multituberculates from Mongolia and a comparison with Late Jurassic forms. Acta Palaeont. Polonica, 38, 1-2, 3-47, 19&7. A
Upper Cretaceous Djadokhta, Barun Goyot and Nemegt formations of Mongolia, including remarks on previous subdivisions
Upper Cretaceous Djadokhta, Barun Goyot· and Nemegt formations are discussed and their diagnoses refined. Columnar sections of type and references localities and lists of fossils are given. It is
EVOLUTION OF DENTAL REPLACEMENT IN MAMMALS
Abstract We provide a review of dental replacement features in stem clades of mammals and an hypothetical outline for the evolution of replacement frequency, mode, and sequence in early mammalian
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