- Twerking: Birds Do It. Bees Do It.
- For fun. For profit. And, well, just because they can.
- Sauropterygians NEVER FORGET
- In fact, absence of the tabular may be a neodiapsid autapomorphy (though the 'younginiform' Claudiosaurus may perhaps have tabulars). Tabulars are paired bones at the back of the skull, located above the occipital surface and on either side of the also ...
- First detailed postcranial anatomy supporting Jeholosaurus as a basal ornithopod
- Paleontologists compared Jeholosaurus with material of other primitive cerapodans, and found it can be diagnosed on the basis of one postcranial autapomorphy, relating to the absence of parapophyses from the anterior dorsal vertebrae, and a unique ...
- Embryological evidence for developmental lability during early angiosperm
- The issue of whether the eight-celled, nine-nucleate female gametophyte of Amborella represents an autapomorphy of the Amborella clade or is a plesiomorphic characteristic for all angiosperms cannot be resolved at this time.
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