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paleobiological

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to paleobiology

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Examples

  • It is the similarities observed within anatomical, molecular, behavioral and where it applies, paleobiological data that implies common descent NOT THE OTHER WAY AROUND.

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  • There was ample criticism and disbelief expressed within the vertebrate paleobiological community when Darwinius was announced last year, and these two papers merely illustrate how and why such criticism and disbelief was credible:

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  • Multidisciplinary investigations of alpine ice patches in southwest Yukon, Canada: paleoenvironmental and paleobiological investigations.

    Climate change impacts on Indigenous caribou systems of North America

  • Maxwell, W and Ostrom, J 1995 Taphonomy and paleobiological implications of Tenontosaurus-Deinonychus associations.

    The Guardian World News

  • Washington, Feb 15: The female Tyrannosaurus rex must move her tail to the side for sex - this is one of the new paleobiological findings highlighted in The Discovery Channel show 'Tyrannosaurus Sex.'

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  • Xiao has devoted much of his career to researching life in the Precambrian eon -- studying the co-evolution of environments and life in early Earth history using paleobiological, geological, and geochemical data.

    VT Campus News

  • Xiao and Jay Kaufman, professor of geology at the University of Maryland, are using geochemical and paleobiological data to understand the co-evolution of the environment and biosphere 600 million years ago.

    VT Campus News

  • February 15th, 2010 WASHINGTON - The female Tyrannosaurus rex must move her tail to the side for sex - this is one of the new paleobiological findings highlighted in The Discovery Channel show 'Tyrannosaurus Sex.'

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  • The greatest step in vertebrate history: a paleobiological review of the fish-tetrapod transition.

    Evolution News & Views

  • This knowledge of Ar. ramidus provides us, for the first time, with the paleobiological substrate for the emergence of the subsequent Australopithecus and Homo adaptive phases of human evolution.

    Sandwalk

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