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Selected readings generate, create none none with none projectslinear web form control in asp.net Barsbold, R. and Osm lska, none none H. 1990a.

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Barsbold, R. and Osm lska, H. 1990b.

Oviraptorosauria. In Weishampel, D. B.

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Clark, J. M., Maryanska, T.

and Barsbold, R. 2004, Therizinosauroidea. In Weishampel, D.

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151 164. Currie, P. J.

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245 248.. ISSN 210 Theropoda I Holtz, T. R. 2004.

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E. and Currie, P. J.

2004. Basal Tetanurae. In Weishampel, D.

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71 110. Makovicky, P. J.

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137 150. Makovicky, P. J.

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E. 1990. Problematic Theropoda: carnosaurs .

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210 224. Molnar, R. E.

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169 209. Norell, M. A.

and Makovicky, P. J. 2004.

Dromaeosauridae. In Weishampel, D. B.

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Osm lska, H. and Barsbold, R. 1990.

Troodontidae. In Weishampel, D. B.

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and Barsbold, R. 2004. Oviraptorosauria.

In Weishampel, D. B., Dodson, P.

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University of California Press, Berkeley, pp. 165 183. Ostrom, J.

H. 1990. Dromaeosauridae.

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University of California Press, Berkeley, pp. 269 279. Rowe, T.

and Gauthier, J. A. 1990.

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47 70.. Topic questions 211 Topic questions 1. Describe the general fea tures of theropods. 2.

Describe how we know that running cursoriality was a key feature of theropod behavior. 3. What features of the theropod hand strongly suggest dexterity and grasping ability 4.

What kinds of evidence exist for what theropods ate 5. Can a toothless animal be carnivorous 6. Describe the range of skull and tooth design in theropods.

How do those relate to our understanding of how theropods bit and killed 7. What are the key clues that suggest that, as a group, theropods were carnivorous 8. Highlight the evidence for pack-hunting by theropods.

9. Consider the design of ornithomimosaurs. Why is it dif cult to explain the lifestyle of these animals 10.

We said that the most unambiguous features of a carnivorous lifestyle are seen in smallto medium-sized theropods. What features caused us to say this Speculate on why this might be the case. 11.

Theropod evolution was complex, so here is an exercise to help you better understand their relationships. Construct a single cladogram with the groups Theropoda, Coelophysoidea, Neoceratosauria, Tetanurae, Avetheropoda, Coelurosauria, Carnosauria, Maniraptora, Eumaniraptora, and Aves on it..

objectives Understand bird none for none s as theropod dinosaurs Learn about the origin of ight Re ne our cladograms as a tool for investigating evolution.
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