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On the special foramina in the jaws of many ornithischian dinosaurs
A. Gordon Edmund
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|Series||Contributions of the Royal Ontario Museum Division of Zoology and Palaeontology -- no. 48, Life sciences contributions -- no. 48|
|Contributions||Royal Ontario Museum|
|LC Classifications||QH1 T65 no.48|
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48 By. Edmund, A. Gordon. Royal Ontario Museum. On the special foramina in the jaws of many ornithischian dinosaurs On the special foramina in the jaws of many ornithischian dinosaurs by Edmund, A. Gordon; Royal Ontario Museum. Publication date This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library.
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Dinosaurs with special reference to the American museum, collections, View Metadata On the special foramina in the jaws of many ornithischian dinosaurs / View Metadata. The characteristic predentary bone in ornithischian dinosaurs is a unique, unpaired element located at the midline of the mandibular symphysis.
Although traditionally thought to only be a plant “nipping” bone, the true functional significance of this bone among feeding Cited by: 8. Edmond, A.G. On the special foramina in the jaws of many. As in nearly all other ornithischian dinosaurs for which this area of the skeleton is known, the ossified hyoid apparatus of P.
The upper and lower jaws of Tyrannosaurus, like those of many dinosaurs, possessed numerous foramina, or small holes in the bone. Various functions have been proposed for these foramina, such as a crocodile-like sensory system  or evidence of extra-oral structures such as scales or potentially : Dinosauria.
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[S.l.]: [s.n.], Book Web. Biodiversity Heritage Library. The cheeks of ornithischian dinosaurs. to prevent the loss of food from the sides of the jaws during chewing. Kritosaurus was also described by Ostrom (a) in his book the Strange World Author: Peter Galton.
Heterodontosauridae is a family of early ornithischian dinosaurs that were likely among the most basal (primitive) members of the group. Although their fossils are relatively rare and their group small in numbers, they lived across all continents except Australia for approximately million years, from the Late Triassic to the Early Cretaceous.
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Protoavis (meaning "first bird") is a problematic dinosaurian taxon known from fragmentary remains from Late Triassic Norian stage deposits near Post, controversy remains over the animal, and there are many different interpretations of what Protoavis actually is.
When it was first described, the fossils were described as being from a primitive bird which, if the identification is Family: incertae sedis. As Mark has emphasised elsewhere, a long-jawed, giant animal with cm-wide jaws is, potentially, a formidable predator that could have swallowed reasonably big animals.
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The jaws that are tightly clenched may show a postmortem deformation, akin to the "death curve" seen in the axial columns of many vertebrates under certain conditions. As tissues desiccated and shrank in the dead animal, the massive jaw closing muscles may have shortened and pulled the jaw tightly closed, more so than it would have been in : Duane Nash.
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Tooth replacement (Figs 2H, I, W, 3A-F, 4O, S, T, W, X) The line of special foramina of Edmund (), one per tooth position for the admission of dental germinal material, is visible medially level with the ends of the alveoli for the cheek teeth in several specimens and, in.
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