Structure and evolution of a sauropod tooth battery

@inproceedings{Sereno2005StructureAE,
  title={Structure and evolution of a sauropod tooth battery},
  author={P. Sereno and Jeffrey A. Wilson},
  year={2005}
}
  • P. Sereno, Jeffrey A. Wilson
  • Published 2005
  • Geography
dinosaurs rose to predominance among vertebrate herbivores, in terms of both species diversity and biomass (e.g., Romer 1966; McIntosh 1990). Their perceived decline on northern landmasses during the Cretaceous has been linked to the evolution of tooth batteries in ornithischian herbivores (e.g., Lull and Wright 1942; Ostrom 1961; Bakker 1978; Lucas and Hunt 1989). On southern landmasses, in contrast, sauropod diversity increased during the Cretaceous (Weishampel 1990; Hunt et al. 1994), and a… Expand
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