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The Phylogeny and classification of the tetrapods
by Published for the Systematics Association by the Clarendon Press, Oxford University Press in Oxford [Oxfordshire], New York
Written in English
|Statement||edited by M.J. Benton.|
|Series||The Systematics Association special volume ;, no. 35A-35B|
|Contributions||Benton, M. J., Systematics Association., Linnean Society of London., Palaeontological Association.|
|LC Classifications||QL607.5 .P49 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|ISBN 10||0198577052, 0198577125|
|LC Control Number||87034832|
Edwards, J. Two perspectives on the evolution of the tetrapod limb. The American Zoologist Fröbisch N. B., R. L. Carroll, & R. M. Schoch. Limb ossification in the Paleozoic branchiosaurid Apateon (Temnospondyli) and the early evolution of preaxial dominance in tetrapod limb development. Evolution & Development 9: The first explicit phylogenetic classification of bony fishes was published in , based on a comprehensive molecular phylogeny (). We here update the first version of that classification by incorporating the most recent phylogenetic results.
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The Phylogeny and Classification of the Tetrapods: Volume 2: Mammals (The Systematics Association The Phylogeny and classification of the tetrapods book Volume) 0th Edition by M.J. Benton (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN.
This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Price: $ The Phylogeny and Classification of the Tetrapods: Volume 1: Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds (The Systematics Association Special Volume) Special Volume 35A Edition by M.
Benton (Editor). Phylogeny and classification of the tetrapods. Oxford [Oxfordshire]: Published for the Systematics Association by the Clarendon Press ; New York: Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: M J Benton; Systematics.
The Phylogeny and Classification of the Tetrapods: Mammals: Benton, M. J.: Books - at: Hardcover. The Phylogeny and Classification of Tetrapods Sub-series of: Systematics Association Special Volumes Series These two volumes represent the latest overview of recent research on tetrapod (land vertebrates) relationships and patterns of evolution.
The Phylogeny and classification of the tetrapods / edited by M.J. Benton Published for the Systematics Association by the Clarendon Press ; Oxford University Press Oxford [Oxfordshire]: New York Australian/Harvard Citation.
Benton, M. & Linnean Society of London. & Systematics Association. & Palaeontological Association. Gareth Nelson; The Phylogeny and Classification of the Tetrapods. Volume 1: Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds. Volume 2: Mammals, Systematic Biology, Vol Issu.
The phylogeny and classification of the tetrapods. Volume 2: Mammals. The Systematics Association, Special Volume No. 35B. Proceedings of a symposium held in London, March, Tetrapods (/ ˈ t ɛ t r ə p ɒ d /; from Greek: τετρα-"four" and πούς "foot") are four-limbed (with a few exceptions, such as snakes) animals constituting the superclass includes extant and extinct amphibians, reptiles (including dinosaurs and therefore birds), and ods evolved from a group of animals known as the Tetrapodomorpha which, in turn, evolved.
Phylogeny, the history of the evolution of a species or group, especially in reference to lines of descent and relationships among broad groups of organisms. Fundamental to phylogeny is the proposition, universally accepted in the scientific community, that plants or animals of different species.
The evolution of tetrapods began about million years ago in the Devonian Period with the earliest tetrapods evolved from lobe-finned fishes. Tetrapods (under the apomorphy-based definition used on this page) are categorized as animals in the biological superclass Tetrapoda, which includes all living and extinct amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals.
SummaryThe phylogeny of the major groups of tetrapods (amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals) has until recently been poorly understood. Cladistic analyses of morphological data are producing new hypotheses concerning the relationships of the major groups, with a focus on the identification of monophyletic groups.
Molecular phylogenies support some of these views and dispute others. The relationships of the earliest tetrapods-- estimating the interrelationships of tetrapod groups on the basis of molecular sequence data-- the relationships and origin of living amphibians-- the early evolution of the Amniota-- a phylogeny of turtles-- the early history and relationships of the Diapsida-- the classification of the Squamata.
Several papers appear in The Phylogeny and Classification of the Tetrapods (ed. Benton, M. J.) (Clarendon, Oxford, ). Several papers bearing upon tetrapods origins deal with fossils from the Viséan of East Kirkton, West Lothian, Scotland and appear in Trans.
Soc. Edinb. The phylogeny of tapiromorph perissodactyls is analyzed using 45 characters of the skull, postcranial skeleton, and dentition scored for 29 taxa, including three nontapiromorph outgroups.
Phylogenetic taxonomic definitions are constructed for suprageneric taxa. The 'Novacek tree' - an influential view of placental phylogeny from In Benton, M.
(ed) The Phylogeny and Classification of the Tetrapods, vol 2. Tetrapod, (superclass Tetrapoda), a superclass of animals that includes all limbed vertebrates (backboned animals) constituting the classes Amphibia (amphibians), Reptilia (reptiles), Aves (birds), Mammalia (mammals), and their direct ancestors that emerged roughly million years ago during the.
The phylogeny of the major groups of tetrapods (amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals) has until recently been poorly understood. Cladistic analyses of morphological data are producing new hypotheses concerning the relationships of the major groups, with a focus on the identification of monophyletic groups.
Molecular phylogenies support some of these views and dispute others. Tetrapod phylogeny, amphibian origins, and the definition of the name Tetrapoda.
Among books on vertebrates, Benton provides an accessible treatment of tetrapod history through the fossil record, while Carroll provides a more detailed but less up-to-date account.
Pough, et al. discusses the ecology and evolution of all amphibians and reptiles, whereas Duellman and Trueb provides similar data on.
The evolution of the otic region, including the hyomandibular/stapes cannot be understood from recent tetrapods alone, since primitive states are no longer represented among them.Print book: Conference publication: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
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LETHAIA ANNOUNCEMENT Lefhaia, Vol. 19, p. Oslo, 15 The phylogeny and classification of tetrapods M. J BENTON. [I TETRAPODS London A special meeting on this topic will be held at the Linnean Society.