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The osteology of the reptiles

Samuel Wendell Williston

The osteology of the reptiles

by Samuel Wendell Williston

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Published by Harvard University Press in Cambridge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reptiles, Fossil.,
  • Reptiles -- Anatomy.,
  • Reptiles -- Classification.,
  • Skeleton.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Samuel Wendell Williston ... arranged and edited by William King Gregory ...
    ContributionsGregory, William K. 1876- ed.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE861 .W45
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 300 p.
    Number of Pages300
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6681666M
    LC Control Number25019418
    OCLC/WorldCa1158944

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    Stanley Olsen's invaluable manual presents diagnostic characteristics of the fish, amphibian, and reptile bones commonly found in archaeological sites in the southeastern and southwestern United Stares. An appendix describes in detail the osteology of the wild turkey.   In this lecture I will teach you how to Identify and label the bones of the typical amniote skull, or early reptile skull. You can order the textbook we use for the class here:

    Genre/Form: Classification book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Williston, Samuel Wendell, Osteology of the reptiles. Cambridge, Harvard Univ. English: First edition of the book The Osteology of the Reptiles () by Samuel Wendell Williston, edited for posthumous publication by William King Gregory.


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This book features pages (excluding bibliography & index) of information on the wide variety of osteological features found in the reptilia, with notes on how they evolved and their possible evolutionary roots. The book is divided into two parts.

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Here we find the gist of his earlier researches upon the mosasaurs, plesiosaurs, and pterosaurs of the marine Cretaceous of Kansas, the substance of his later and Cited by: Based on the work of Samuel Wendell Williston and Dr.

W.K. Gregory, author and editor of the original title published inthis volume consists of two major parts - a structure-by-structure account of the reptile skeleton, followed by a classification of the various reptile groups based on /5(9). Based on the work of Samuel Wendell Williston and Dr.

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xiii + (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Author: J. Graham Kerr. The spinal column or backbone of reptiles, as of all other air-breathing vertebrates, is made up of a variable number of separate segments called vertebrae.A vertebra (Fig.

73 b) is composed of a body, or centrum, and an arch, or neurapophysis, each ossifying separately and uniting at variable times, the neurocentral sutures more persistent than in most mammals, young or aquatic reptiles. Osteology of the Reptiles by Alfred Sherwood Romer () [Alfred Sherwood Romer] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Osteology of the Reptiles by Alfred Sherwood Romer (). Joseph Pentland - a forgotten pioneer in the osteology of Fossil Marine reptiles. by Delair, J and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   The homologies of these, or rather of the epicoracoid, are yet doubtful, and will be discussed later.

There is also a median, unpaired bone in these mammals, the interclavicle, unknown in other mammals. Primitively (Figs. 95, 96), that is, in the oldest known reptiles, the pectoral girdle is composed of eleven separate and distinct bones, at least in early life: the median interclavicle and a.

The osteology of the reptiles — First published in Subjects Accessible book, Anatomy, Classification, Fossil Reptiles, Reptiles, Skeleton, PaleontologyCited by:   The osteology of the reptiles by Samuel Wendell Williston; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Accessible book, Anatomy, Classification, Fossil Reptiles, Reptiles.

The skull of reptiles, as of other vertebrates, has undergone many changes in adaptation to food, offensive and defensive habits. It has lost not a few bones in various forms, and others have united or formed new associations; to such an extent, indeed, that there are several in later reptiles about whose homologies there has been and yet is dispute.