paleobiology

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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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Because paleobiologic evidence can yield only a minimum date for the emergence of a biologic lineage, the molecular clock would be expected to have yielded ages that are older than those documented by fossils.
Limits to randomness in paleobiologic models: the case of Phanerozoic species diversity.
Large, robust Cruziana from the Middle Triassic of Northeastern British Columbia: ethologic, biostratigraphic, and paleobiologic significance.