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Megatherium

(měg'ə-thîr'ē-əm) Plural megatheriums or megatheria. A large, extinct ground sloth of the genus Megatherium that lived from the Miocene through the ...

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The ground sloth Megatherium americanum: Skull shape - AGRO
The ground sloth Megatherium americanum: Skull shape, bite forces, and diet. - Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 46,2, 173-192. Megatherium americanum (late ...
The inner ear of Megatherium and the evolution of the vestibular
Sep 23, 2013 most popular fossil ground sloths, Megatherium americanum. ... analyses predict intermediate levels of agility for Megatherium, contrasting with ...
Purification of B. megatherium Phage G and Evidence for a Muralytic
ABSTRACT The purification of B. megatherium G phage is described and it ... communication a muralyric component from B.
for sexuality in Bacillus megatherium; and indi- Phase Contrast
for sexuality in Bacillus megatherium; and indi- cations of the biochemical foundations upon which such sexuality may be based. The direction of genetic essays ...
The ultraviolet action spectrum of a Bacillus megatherium
The relative efficiency of the ultraviolet light for inactivating a dry bacterial virus ( M-5) has been determined in the wavelength region 1942–3000 A. The da.

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At an explorers' dinner, the case of prehistoric mystery meat
It bore the name of another mega-mammal from the Pleistocene era — Megatherium, the scientific name for a genus of giant ground sloth that was nearly the size of an elephant and went extinct about 12,000 years ago.
At an explorer's dinner, the case of prehistoric mystery meat
It bore the name of another mega-mammal from the Pleistocene era — “Megatherium,” the scientific name for a genus of giant ground sloth that was nearly the size of an elephant and went extinct about 12,000 years ago.
Researchers debunk decades-old mammoth myth
It was not labeled as mastodon or mammoth, but instead as Megatherium, an extinct variety of South American giant ground sloth, according to Jessica Glass '10 GRD '20.
Students Uncover 60-Year-Old Food Mystery
Founded in New York City in 1904, The Explorers Club promotes the scientific exploration of land, sea, air and space by supporting research and education in the physical, natural and biological sciences. To this day, members of The Explorers Club have ...
Giant armadillos size of cars roamed South America 12000 years ago
They used these bioinformatic sequences to synthesize suitable RNA probes, which then made it possible to reconstruct the mitochondrial genome of this prehistoric species almost completely. Megatherium Some huge animals used to roam South America.

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