Logo Logo
Group by: Date | Creators | Item Type | Language | Volume
Jump to: 13 | 7 | 4
Number of items at this level: 7.


Bauer, Kathleen; Grauvogel-Stamm, Lea; Kustatscher, Evelyn and Krings, Michael (2013): Fossil ginkgophyte seedlings from the Triassic of France resemble modern Ginkgo biloba. In: BMC Evolutionary Biology 13:177 [PDF, 2MB]


Rauhut, Oliver W. M.; Heyng, Alexander M.; López-Arbarello, Adriana and Hecker, Andreas (2012): A new rhynchocephalian from the late jurassic of Germany with a dentition that is unique amongst tetrapods.
In: PLOS ONE 7(10), e46839 [PDF, 1MB]

Van Soest, Rob W. M.; Boury-Esnault, Nicole; Vacelet, Jean; Dohrmann, Martin; Erpenbeck, Dirk; De Voogd, Nicole J.; Santodomingo, Nadiezhda; Vanhoorne, Bart; Kelly, Michelle and Hooper, John N. A. (2012): Global diversity of sponges (Porifera).
In: PLOS ONE 7(4), e35105 [PDF, 9MB]

Vogler, Catherine; Benzie, John; Barber, Paul H.; Erdmann, Mark V.; Ambariyanto; Sheppard, Charles; Tenggardjaja, Kimberly; Gérard, Karin and Wörheide, Gert ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6380-7421 (2012): Phylogeography of the crown-of-thorns starfish in the Indian Ocean.
In: PLOS ONE 7(8), e43499 [PDF, 652kB]

Voigt, Oliver; Wülfing, Eilika and Wörheide, Gert ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6380-7421 (2012): Molecular phylogenetic evaluation of classification and scenarios of character evolution in calcareous sponges (Porifera, Class Calcarea).
In: PLOS ONE 7(3), e33417 [PDF, 7MB]

Ősi, Attila; Prondvai, Edina; Butler, Richard and Weishampel, David B. (2012): Phylogeny, histology and inferred body size evolution in a new rhabdodontid dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous of Hungary.
In: PLOS ONE 7(9), e44318 [PDF, 7MB]


Erickson, Gregory M.; Rauhut, Oliver W. M.; Zhou, Zhonghe; Turner, Alan H.; Inouye, Brian D.; Hu, Dongyu and Norell, Mark A. (2009): Was dinosaurian physiology inherited by birds? Reconciling slow growth in archaeopteryx.
In: PLOS ONE 4(10), e7390 [PDF, 578kB]

This list was generated on Fri May 17 18:54:47 2024 CEST.