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*  Eolambia
The size of the "boot" of the ischium also increased with age, as documented by Kirkland. Changes may also have occurred in the ... The body of the maxilla itself does not bear a recess or any indication of an antorbital fenestra, like Equijubus, Protohadros ... In 2016, Gregory S. Paul estimated a body length of 6 metres (20 ft) and a weight of 1 tonne (1.1 tons) for Eolambia, which ... However, given the uniform small size of these teeth, and the co-occurrence of these morphotypes in some crocodilians, they may ...
*  Common side-blotched lizard
Body shape and passivity are the main releasers for courtship activity, and males have been observed in trying to court and ... Smaller clutch sizes, often associated with yellow-throated females, have an increased frequency of eggs bursting upon being ... Side-blotched lizards show displays and aggression shortly after hatching, and even minute differences in size can lead to ... Sinervo, Barry; Paul Licht (1991). "Proximate Constraints on the Evolution of Egg Size, Number, and Total Clutch Mass in ...
*  Dinosaur
The mode of Mesozoic dinosaur body masses is between one and ten metric tonnes. This contrasts sharply with the size of ... Therrien, F.; Henderson, D.M. (2007). "My theropod is bigger than yours ... or not: estimating body size from skull length in ... It has been suggested that because small mammals, squamata and birds occupied the ecological niches suited for small body size ... ISBN 0-520-06727-4 Farlow JA (1993). "On the rareness of big, fierce animals: speculations about the body sizes, population ...
*  Slender glass lizard
Unlike snakes, glass lizards do not have flexible jaws, and this limits the size of prey items they can consume. They forage ... 1952 Slender glass lizards have yellow to brown bodies with six stripes, and they have two lateral grooves (one on each side). ...
*  Evolution of dinosaurs
Marked decreases in body size have also occurred in some lineages, but are more sporadic. The best known example is the ... Body size is important because of its correlation with metabolism, diet, life history, geographic range and extinction rate. ... In all four cases this was associated with an increase in body size, and in all four cases the trend is unidirectional without ... There was a trend towards increasing body size within many dinosaur clades, including the Thyreophora, Ornithopoda, ...
*  Allosaurus
The location of the bone in the body (along the bottom margin of the torso and partially shielded by the legs), and the fact ... Skeletal remains from the quarry pertain to individuals of almost all ages and sizes, from less than 1 meter (3.3 feet) to 12 ... These horns were composed of extensions of the lacrimal bones, and varied in shape and size. There were also lower paired ... The skull and teeth of Allosaurus were modestly proportioned for a theropod of its size. Paleontologist Gregory S. Paul gives a ...
*  Ambush predator
Their laterally-compressed bodies are an adaptation that permits them to hide amongst aquatic plants and dart out to grasp prey ... Darters feed mainly on mid-sized fish but far more rarely, they eat other aquatic vertebrates such as frogs, toads, newts, ... The crocodile lunges its body out of the water and grasps its prey. The teeth of a crocodile are not for tearing up flesh but ... Depending on the species, their ambushes can occur at the surface of the water, in the main body of the water, or at the bottom ...
*  Acheroraptor
Dental morphology and body-size patterns reveal extinction selectivity and immigrant-fueled ecospace filling". Paleobiology. 39 ...
*  Physiology of dinosaurs
The size is also related to the body size of animal, of course, so this effect is removed by analysis of allometry. Blood flow ... Dinosaurs of all sizes grew faster than similarly sized modern reptiles; but the results of comparisons with similarly sized " ... Modern crocodilians' hearts are four-chambered, but are smaller relative to body size and run at lower pressure than those of ... Ten species of fossil dinosaurs from five taxonomic groups reveal indices even higher than in mammals, when body size is ...
*  Hadrosaurid
However, this specific information is not included in the body of the article, but rather a response by Boyle to comments in ... Neonate sized hadrosaur fossils have been documented in the scientific literature. Tiny hadrosaur footprints have been ... Hadrosaurids are descendants of the Upper Jurassic/Lower Cretaceous iguanodontian dinosaurs and had a similar body layout. Like ... Evidence of Hatchling and Nestling-Size Hadrosaurs (Reptilia:Ornithischia) from Dinosaur Provincial Park (Dinosaur Park ...
*  Acrocanthosaurus
Therrien, F.; Henderson, D.M. (2007). "My theropod is bigger than yours...or not: estimating body size from skull length in ... On the other hand, the forelimbs were able to retract towards the body very strongly. Once prey had been seized in the jaws, ... For instance, the unrelated Spinosaurus had spines nearly 2 meters (6.5 ft) tall, about 11 times taller than the bodies of its ... Skeletal elements of OMNH 10147 are almost the same size as comparable bones in NCSM 14345, indicating an animal of roughly the ...
*  2018 in mammal paleontology
Chris J. Law; Graham J. Slater; Rita S. Mehta (2018). "Lineage diversity and size disparity in Musteloidea: Testing patterns of ... Advait M. Jukar; S. Kathleen Lyons; Mark D. Uhen (2018). "A cranial correlate of body mass in proboscideans". Zoological ... Andrés Rinderknecht; Washington W. Jones; Ney Araújo; Gustavo Grinspan; R. Ernesto Blanco (2018). "Bite force and body mass of ... Juliana Tarquini; Néstor Toledo; Leopoldo H. Soibelzon; Cecilia C. Morgan (2018). "Body mass estimation for †Cyonasua ( ...
*  Pteranodon
... which also would account for the correlation between crest size and body size. There is no evidence of extra blood vessels in ... Note that the overall size and crest size also corresponds to age. Immature specimens are known from both females and males, ... Adult Pteranodon specimens may be divided into two distinct size classes, small and large, with the large size class being ... Skulls from the larger size class preserve large, upward and backward pointing crests, while the crests of the smaller size ...
*  Body size and species richness
... the body size-species richness pattern dissolves and the number of species per body size class is almost uniform (i.e. there is ... Does size matter for dispersal distance? Global Ecology and Biogeography 16(4):415-425. Bowers MA & Brown JH (1982) Body size ... The micro and macro in body size evolution. Evolution 46(4):939-953. Hausdorf B (2006) Is the interspecific variation of body ... The body size-species richness distribution is a pattern observed in the way taxa are distributed over large spatial scales. ...
*  Body jewelry sizes
... express the thickness of an item of body jewelry, using one of several possible systems. Items of body ... But with body jewelry, there is a wide variety of possible sizes, and wearers generally want jewelry that is the same size as ... So that wearers can choose the size they want, there are standards for body jewelry sizes, used by jewelry makers and sellers. ... Jewelry wire gauge Earring Body piercing Body piercing jewelry Body piercing materials Wire Wire gauge comparison chart IEC ...
*  Philometra cyanopodi
... body size; location in host and types of hosts. Moravec, František; Justine, Jean-Lou (2008). "Some philometrid nematodes ( ...
*  Philometra lagocephali
This species is characterized mainly by: length of spicules and length and structure of its gubernaculum; body size; location ... n. from the body cavity of Oblada melanura (Sparidae)." Parasitology research 104.1 (2008): 55-61. Wang, Shu-Xia, Liang Li, and ...
*  United States Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine
Research in the divisions focuses on three elements: the servicemember (acclimation; body size; gender; race; age; health; ... Buller, et al., (2015). "Real-time core body temperature estimation from heart rate for first responders wearing different ... "Mathematical prediction of core body temperature from environment, activity, and clothing: The heat strain decision aid (HSDA ...
*  Fairyfly
Christer Björkman; Karl Gotthard; Mats W. Pettersson (2009). "Body Size". In Timothy D. Schowalter. Insect Ecology: An ... They have body lengths from 0.13 to 5.4 mm (0.0051 to 0.2126 in), averaging at 0.5 to 1.0 mm (0.020 to 0.039 in). Their bodies ... Because of their small sizes, however, they have to exit the water by climbing up plant stems that jut through the surface, as ... They include the world's smallest known insect, with a body length of only 0.139 mm (0.0055 in), and the smallest known flying ...
*  Kleiber's law
"Body size and metabolism". Hilgardia. 6: 315-351. doi:10.3733/hilg.v06n11p315. Kleiber M (1947). "Body size and metabolic rate ... He also provided the basis for the conclusion that total efficiency of energy utilization is independent of body size. These ... and metabolic rate of cells with body size in mammals". Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 104 (11): 4718-23. doi:10.1073/pnas. ... In 1932 he came to the conclusion that the ¾ power of body weight was the most reliable basis for predicting the basal ...
*  Countergradient variation
... these individuals can reach a large enough body size to survive through the winter. Increased body size is also associated with ... Growth rate and body size have important ecological implications, such as how they impact an organism's survival, life history ... Levins first used the term when describing patterns of body size across an altitudinal gradient in populations of Drosophila, ... Drosophila melanogaster - body size; altitude Menidia menidia - growth; latitude Lithobates clamitans - developmental rate; ...
*  Cat intelligence
"Brain and Body Size". Serendip. Bryn Mawr College. Retrieved 26 June 2013. Freberg, Laura (2009). "Relative Encephalization ... of its total body mass, compared to 2.33% of total body mass in the average human. Within the encephalization quotient proposed ... The largest brains in the cat kingdom are those of the tigers in Java and Bali, of which the largest relative brain size within ... doi:10.1111/j.1095-8312.2009.01249.x. Healy, Susan D.; Rowe, Candy (2007). "A critique of comparative studies of brain size". ...
*  Rhinodrilus fafner
Body Size Range Oligochaeta (Italian). ... individual has a length of 210 centimetre and the body which ...
*  Atlantic Union College
"Student Body Size and Diversity". EdRef. Retrieved 2005. Check date values in: ,access-date= (help) "Student Profile". National ... ethnicity of the student body was 65.7% Black or African American, 16.7% Hispanic/Latino, 6.9% White, 5.9% Asian, 3.9% Race and ...
*  Liophryne
The body size is variable; Liophryne rhododactyla is the largest species, with females reaching 60 mm (2.4 in) snout-vent ...
*  Camelpox
Two lateral bodies are found outside the viral core, and are believed to hold the enzymes required for viral reproduction. The ... It is a large, brick-shaped, enveloped virus that ranges in size from 265-295 nm. The viral genetic material is contained in ... These external symptoms usually begin on the head and neck, but eventually spread throughout the body, being especially ...
*  Tentaculata
Body size and shape varies widely. The group includes the small, oval sea gooseberries found on both Atlantic and Pacific ...