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paleobiology

[‚pā·lē·ō·bī′äl·ə·jē]
(paleontology)
The branch of paleontology concerned with the biologic aspects of the history of life.
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Peterson, "Poriferan Paraphyly and Its Implications for Precambrian Palaeobiology," Geological Society of London Special Publications 286 (2007): 355-68; and E.
''This is true palaeobiology, as we can study and measure how these animals functioned as if they were alive today,'' Cooper added.
A century after Florentino Ameghino: the palaeobiology of the Quaternary Land Mammals fauna of South America.
All specimens are catalogued into the collection of the Department of Palaeobiology of the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) where additional unidentified fragments are also housed.
"Punctuated Equilibrium: The Temper or the Mode of Evolution Reconsidered." Palaeobiology, 3, 1977, 114-51.
Earth Sciences at Birmingham is particularly known for its work in geophysics, hydrogeology, palaeobiology and tectonics and basin studies.
Boulter, who is the professor of palaeobiology at the University of East London and has written numerous articles about evolutionary change, reveals some radical views of the world which scientists are now reaching.
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'The Bristol Palaeobiology Research Group has a long-standing collaboration with IVPP, and this enables the mix of excellent specimens and excellent research.