AMINO ACID RACEMIZATION DATING OF FOSSIL BONES. Yearly Review of World and Planetary Sciences

AMINO ACID RACEMIZATION DATING OF FOSSIL BONES. Yearly Review of World and Planetary Sciences

Annual Report About World and Planetary Sciences

Amino Acid Dating Laboratory, Scripps organization of Oceanography, University of Ca, north park, Los Angeles Jolla, California 92093

The Development of Brachiopoda

Sandra J. CarlsonVol. 44, 2016

Abstract

Brachiopods are (perhaps all too) familiar to your geology pupil that has taken an invertebrate paleontology program; they could very well be less familiar to biology pupils. Even though brachiopods are one of the most significant components of the fossil that is marine . Browse More

Figure 1: Three-dimensional models constructed from computed tomography scans of a mature juvenile of Terebratulina unguicula (CAS183808; locality information: Ca, Cordell Bank nationwide aquatic Sanctu. 继续阅读“AMINO ACID RACEMIZATION DATING OF FOSSIL BONES. Yearly Review of World and Planetary Sciences”