[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index][Subject Index][Author Index]
Here are a few that may be of interest to some:
Sereno, P.C. 1997. Ancient aviary, featherweight phylogeny. Evolution
Another review of the Feduccia tome.
In the new J.Vert.Paleo. 17(4):
Sues, H-D. 1997. On _Chirostenotes_, a Late Cretaceous oviraptorosaur
(Dinosauria: Theropoda) from western North America. JVP 17(4): 698-716.
Finally! Some clarity w.r.t. the
oviraptorid-caenagnathid-elmisaurid mess. Sues's presents a different
picture of coelurosaur phylogeny than others. I promise won't say anything
Makovicky, P.J. 1997. A new small theropod from the Morrison Formation of
Como Bluff, Wyoming. JVP 17(4):755-757.
The Quarry 9 theropod gets its due description.
And some not-so-dinosaurian papers that might interest some folks:
Brochu, C.A. 1997. A review of "Leidyosuchus" (Crocodyliformes, Eusuchia)
from the Cretaceous through Eocene of North America. JVP 17(4): 679-697.
Wow! That's a huge cladogram in there! (Two, actually!) :)
Carrano, M.T. 1997. Morphological indicators of foot posture in mammals: a
statistical and biomechanical analysis. Zool.J.Linn.Soc. 121(1): 77-104.
A closer look at the unguligrady-plantigrady continuum.
Gatesy, S.M. 1997. An electromyographic analysis of hindlimb function in
_Alligator_ during terrestrial locomotion. J.Morph. 234:197-212.
A closer look at alligator hindlimb muscle function.
Farley, C.T. and Ko, T.C. 1997. Mechanics of locomotion in lizards.
J.Exptl. Biol. 200:2177-2188.
_Finally_ someone publishes a quantitative paper on the mechanics
of lizard locomotion rather than rehashing Snyder's classic 1940s-1960s
functional anatomical work.
John R. Hutchinson
Department of Integrative Biology
3060 Valley Life Sciences Bldg.
University of California - Berkeley
Berkeley, CA 94720 - 3140
Phone: (510) 643-2109
Fax: (510) 642-1822