Definition of Cynodontia. Meaning of Cynodontia. Synonyms of Cynodontia

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Definition of Cynodontia

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Meaning of Cynodontia from wikipedia

- Cynodonts (clade Cynodontia lit. 'dog-teeth') are eutheriodont therapsids that first appeared in the Late Permian (approximately 260 mya), and extensively...
- Biarmosuchia, Dinocephalia, Anomodontia, Gorgonopsia, Therocephalia, and Cynodontia. A clade uniting therocephalians and cynodonts, called Eutheriodontia...
- 1894/1895 placed Cynognathus in a separate family Cynognathidae, within the Cynodontia. Cynognathus is presently the only recognized member of the family Cynognathidae...
- the Wayback Machine Palaeos Vertebrates: Cynodontia: Basal Cynodontia Mikko's Phylogeny Archive Cynodontiacynodonts Archived 2008-01-13 at the Wayback...
- Haughton and Brink (1954) were the first to classify tritylodontids within Cynodontia. Later studies identified close similarities between the teeth of tritylodontids...
- Richard Owen named a suborder Theriodontia, which he divided into the Cynodontia and the Gomphodontia. The modern clade concept was devised by James Allen...
- Abdala, F. (2007). "Redescription of Platycraniellus Elegans (Therapsida, Cynodontia) from the Lower Tri****ic of South Africa, and the cladistic relationships...
- Procynosuchus Broom, 1937 (Therapsida, Cynodontia): generic name conserved". Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature. 37 (4): 348–349. Cynodontia Procynosuchidae...
- of the greater clade Cynodontia. Cynodontia eventually led to the evolution of Morganucodon and all other mammalia. Cynodontia belongs to the clade Therapsida...
- therapsid dicynodonts and eutheriodonts (consisting of Therocephalia and Cynodontia) are known to have continued into the Tri****ic period. The cynodont group...