Definition of Theriodonts. Meaning of Theriodonts. Synonyms of Theriodonts

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Definition of Theriodonts

Theriodont
Theriodont The"ri*o*dont, n. (Paleon.) One of the Theriodontia. Used also adjectively.

Meaning of Theriodonts from wikipedia

- Permian. Even these early theriodonts were more mammal-like than their anomodont and dinocephalian contemporaries. Early theriodonts may have been warm-blooded...
- Paleontology or palaeontology is the study of prehistoric life forms on Earth through the examination of plant and animal fossils. This includes the study...
- anomodonts, the carnivorous biarmosuchians, and the mostly carnivorous theriodonts. After a brief burst of evolutionary diversity, the dinocephalians died...
- therocephalians, the cynodonts themselves are part of a group of therapsids called theriodonts. The oldest and the most basal cynodont yet found is Char****ognathus...
- clade of therapsids. The clade includes anomodonts and the more derived theriodonts, which include mammals. In the Permian geological period, Neotherapsida...
- agreed that they had beaks like those of birds or ceratopsians. The theriodonts ("beast teeth") and their descendants had jaw joints in which the lower...
- preservation of rudimentary rostral tubular complex of crossopterygians in theriodonts and on possible development of the electroreceptor systems in some members...
- of angles. In 1982, palaeontologist Tom S. Kemp suggested that early theriodonts, including gorgonopsians, could place the femur at both a horizontal...
- Moschowhaitsia is an extinct genus of therocephalian theriodonts from the Changxingian Archosaurus ****emblage Zone. It was among the larger carnivores...
- Broom, Robert (1903). "On the structure of the palate in the primitive theriodonts". Geological Magazine. 10 (8): 343–345. doi:10.1017/S0016756800115134...
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