10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TYLOPOD»
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Body Size in Mammalian Paleobiology: Estimation and ...
Species FLML SLML TLML SUML SUMA LMRL AJL PJL Blastomerycine
moschids (ruminant artiodactyls) Parablastomeryx gregori 24.7 14.8 20.9 14 4
21.7 17.4 19 .4 14.1 Camclids (tylopod artiodactyls) 25.2 14. 3 18.5 13 8 21.5
16.7 17 .2 ...
John Douglas Damuth, Bruce J. MacFadden, 1990
The Tree of Life: A Phylogenetic Classification
1 shows schematic diagrams of longitudinal sections of the feet of a tylopod (la:
llama; ks: keratinized sole) and a ruminant ( Ib: sheep). phal pha (b) The
connection of the fourth toe to the metatarsal (A4) is lower than that of the third
Guillaume Lecointre, Hervé Le Guyader, 2006
10.32 Tylopod selenodont artiodactyls: (a) ventral view ofthe skull ofthe late
Eocene oreodont Bathygenys; (b) the Oligocene oreodont Merycoidodon; (c) the
late Eocene camel Poebrotherium, skeleton and hindfoot in anterior view,
The Beginning of the Age of Mammals
Fore- and hind feet of primitive tylopods and ruminants (not to scale): (A) primitive
tylopod Protoceras; (B) primitive tylopod Poebrotherium; (C) ruminant
Leptomeryx; (D) ruminant Hypertragulus. (From Scott, 1940.) Other Primitive
Alimentary Canal: Bile. Digestion. Ruminal physiology
Modern authors (41, 71) treat these homologies with caution. It is nevertheless
convenient and functionally apt to use the ruminant stomach terminology in
discussing tylopod digestion. Embryological studies would be valuable in
defining the ...
Charles Frederick Code, American Physiological Society (1887- ), 1968
Evolution of Tertiary Mammals of North America: Terrestrial ...
Although the jaw has the typical tylopod articular condyle, the coronoid process is
shorter than in just about any other ungulate, and the angular process is rounded
without the dorsal "hook" found in most tylopods. Like camels, protoceratids ...
Christine Marie Janis, Kathleen Marie Scott, Louis L. Jacobs, 1998
English Language Word Builder
... THRYMSA TINHORN TOESHOE TONDINO TOPMAST TOWBOAT TRANGLE
TRIARCHY TRIGLOT TRIPOLI TRYSAIL TUNDISH+ TURPETH TYLOPOD
UMBRERE UPSTAIR UTRICLE VACUOLE VARIOLAL VERMELL VICOMTE
United States Geological Survey Professional Paper
This reflects the fact, evident in postcranial as well as in cranial structures, that
tylopod evolution was rapid in the early Tertiary and proceeded at a much more
leisurely rate thereafter. MERYCOIDODONTIDAE Merycoidodon has the greatest
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 4 of 4: S-Z ...
[Gr. tylos, a knot.] Tyleberry,tīl′ber′i, n.the coralplant. Tyler=Tiler (q.v.). Tylopod,
tī′lōpod, adj. having padded digits, as thecamel.—n. one ofthe Tylopoda. [Gr.
tylos, a knot,pous, podos, a foot.] Tylosis, tīlō′sis, n. (bot.) a growth formed in the
East African Mammals: An Atlas of Evolution in Africa, ...
Trichinella 223 Trigonias 82 tylopod 278 Tylopoda 183, 278 U ungulate 4, 78,
120, 198, 224, 332 Uranomys 234 W zvarthog (Phacochoerus aethiopicus) 5,
109, 1 80, 1 88 et seq. water buffalo 15 waterbuck 263 zebra 2, 7, 68, 125 et ...
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Confrontational behaviour and bipedality in deer
Bipedal browsing adaptations of the unusual Late Eocene–earliest Oligocene tylopod Anoplotherium (Artiodactyla, Mammalia). Zoological Journal of the ... «Scientific American, Dec 14»
Spelling Bee Favorite Makes Tearful Exit
Josiah spelled the word as "tylopod" and was eliminated. Others stayed alive with a good guess. "Wow, this is a new one," said Caroline Rouse of St. Louis upon ... «CBS News, Jun 07»