The evolution and development of the archosaurian head and the origin of the bird skull
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CitationBhullar, Bhart-Anjan Singh. 2014. The evolution and development of the archosaurian head and the origin of the bird skull. Doctoral dissertation, Harvard University.
AbstractAbstract: Archosauria, the "ruling reptiles," characterized along their stem by relatively large, macrocarnivorous animals, are today represented by two enormously successful but divergent extant clades: Aves, the birds, and Crocodylia, the crocodiles and alligators. This thesis seeks to characterize major transformations in the cranial region of archosaurs, a prominent theme in their evolution.
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