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*  SPTAN1
... protein suggests a general mechanism of association of tyrosine kinases with the spectrin-based membrane skeleton". J. Biol. ...
*  Hereditary spherocytosis
Eber S, Lux SE (April 2004). "Hereditary spherocytosis--defects in proteins that connect the membrane skeleton to the lipid ... or protein 4.2 lead to reduced density of the membrane skeleton, destabilizing the overlying lipid bilayer and releasing band 3 ...
*  Eolambia
Most of the fossils discovered in the Mussentuchit are scattered and disarticulated, with intact skeletons being relatively ... Specimens discovered by the OMNH initially consisted of six individuals from five localities: two juvenile skeletons, including ... a partial juvenile skeleton, including parts of the skull, forelimbs, and hindlimbs along with a dorsal vertebra from OMNH v824 ... a partial skeleton including a scapula, two caudal vertebrae, and other unexcavated elements from OMNH v866. The OMNH also made ...
*  Procompsognathus
The postcranial skeleton, for which she reserved the inventory number SMNS 12591, was a coelophysoid; and the skull, now ... The second and third contained the partly articulated remains of a postcranial skeleton, including twenty-nine vertebrae of the ... The fragmentary and poorly preserved skeleton of Procompsognathus was found in the Middle Stubensandstein member of the ... the postcranial skeleton would be a theropod, likely a coelophysoid related to Segisaurus, but the skull and the von Huene ...
*  Venenosaurus
... known from an incomplete skeleton of an adult and a juvenile. The holotype is DMNH 40932 Denver Museum of Natural History. The ...
*  Dinosaur
Rebuilding a complete skeleton by comparing the size and morphology of bones to those of similar, better-known species is an ... Areas of the skeleton with important similarities include the neck, pubis, wrist (semi-lunate carpal), arm and pectoral girdle ... It was an extremely important find: Hadrosaurus was one of the first nearly complete dinosaur skeletons found (the first was in ... Few of the specimens that are recovered are complete skeletons, and impressions of skin and other soft tissues are rare. ...
*  Dinosaur egg
Acids are also used to extract embryo skeletons from the egg encasing them. Even fossilized soft tissue like muscle and ...
*  Evolution of dinosaurs
Scores of complete skeletons have now been found of the more recent Confuciusornis, which is an early representative of the ... A) Skeleton of Protoceratops. B) to I) Skulls. B) & C) Psittacosaurus side & top. D) & E) Protoceratops side & top. F) & G) ... The skeleton has an unusually short tail. Deinonychosaurs, named after the enlarged sickle-shaped second digit of the foot, are ... The skull of Nemegtosaurus was found near the headless skeleton of 11 metre (36 ft) long Opisthocoelicaudia, and it has been ...
*  Allosaurus
This skeleton was discovered by a Swiss team, led by Kirby Siber. In 1996 the same team discovered a second Allosaurus, "Big Al ... This is the well-known mount poised over a partial Apatosaurus skeleton as if scavenging it, illustrated as such by Charles R. ... A more recent discovery is a partial skeleton from the Peterson Quarry in Morrison rocks of New Mexico; this large allosaurid ... The completeness, preservation, and scientific importance of this skeleton gave "Big Al" its name; the individual itself was ...
*  Physiology of dinosaurs
In 2000, a skeleton of Thescelosaurus, now on display at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, was described as ... If the developmental sequence found in bird embryos is a guide, air sacs actually evolved before the channels in the skeleton ... A 2008 study of one skeleton of the hadrosaur Hypacrosaurus concluded that this dinosaur grew even faster, reaching its full ... However, with the discovery of much more complete skeletons in western United States, starting in the 1870s, scientists could ...
*  Brain coral
Each head of coral is formed by a colony of genetically identical polyps which secrete a hard skeleton of calcium carbonate; ...
*  Hadrosaurid
When a second duck-bill skeleton was unearthed, Edward Drinker Cope incorrectly named it Diclonius mirabilis in 1883 instead of ... skeleton was mounted at the American Museum of Natural History, it was labeled as a "Trachodont dinosaur". The duck-billed ...
*  Titanosaur
Four well-preserved skeletons of a titanosaur species were found in Italy, a discovery first reported on 2 May 2006. They are ... The American Museum of Natural History has a permanent exhibit of a 37 metres (121 ft) skeleton. The specimen belongs to one of ... The Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, has a permanent mount of a real skeleton of a juvenile Rapetosaurus from ...
*  Acrocanthosaurus
The first (SMU 74646) is a partial skeleton, missing most of the skull, recovered from the Twin Mountains Formation of Texas ... An even more complete skeleton (NCSM 14345, nicknamed "Fran") was recovered from the Antlers Formation of Oklahoma by Cephis ... Aside from its vertebrae, Acrocanthosaurus had a typical allosauroid skeleton. Acrocanthosaurus was bipedal, with a long, heavy ... consist of two partial skeletons and a piece of skull material from the Antlers Formation in Oklahoma. Two much more complete ...
*  White pox disease
... patches distinguish white pox disease from white band disease which produces a distinctive white band where the coral skeleton ...
*  Dakotaraptor
It consists of a partial skeleton, lacking the skull, of an adult individual. It contains a piece of a back vertebra, ten tail ... The fossils contain an incomplete skeleton without a skull and some individual bones. They have been found in the Maastrichtian ... In 2005, paleontologist Robert DePalma in Harding County, South Dakota discovered the skeleton of a large dromaeosaurid. ...
*  2018 in mammal paleontology
Benjamin Ramassamy; Olivier Lambert; Alberto Collareta; Mario Urbina; Giovanni Bianucci (2018). "Description of the skeleton of ... and related taxa based on postcranial skeleton". Historical Biology: An International Journal of Paleobiology. in press. doi: ...
*  Pteranodon
In 1910, Eaton became the first scientist to publish a more detailed description of the entire Pteranodon skeleton, as it was ... Because it was impossible to determine crest shape for all of the species based on headless skeletons, Miller concluded that ... However, aside from the differences between males and females described above, the post-cranial skeletons of Pteranodon show ... Marsh also named several additional species: Pteranodon comptus and Pteranodon nanus were named for fragmentary skeletons of ...
*  Skeleton
The male skeleton, for example, is generally larger and heavier than the female skeleton. In the female skeleton, the bones of ... pliant skeletons may be supported by rigid skeletons. Organisms that have pliant skeletons typically live in water, which ... Such a skeleton is present in echinoderms and chordates. Pliant skeletons are capable of movement; thus, when stress is applied ... The human skeleton takes 20 years before it is fully developed. In many animals, the skeleton bones contain marrow, which ...
*  Axial skeleton
The axial skeleton together with the appendicular skeleton form the complete skeleton. Another definition of axial skeleton is ... The axial skeleton is the part of the skeleton that consists of the bones of the head and trunk of a vertebrate. In the human ... It is the medial core of the body and connects the pelvis to the body, where the appendix skeleton attaches. As the skeleton ... 24 ribs (12 pairs). Axial skeleton (shown in red). Illustration depicting anterior and posterior view of axial skeleton ...
*  Skeleton knife
A skeleton knife refers to two different types of knives, a kitchen knife and an unadorned penknife. The first type of skeleton ... Most skeleton knives are used for cutting very soft foods. The knife was created by a Swiss restaurant and after its creating ... The less commonly known type of skeleton knife is a penknife that was made without bolsters or handle material and sold to ...
*  Skeleton Man
Either way, Skeleton Man is guaranteed to leave you in a state of shock and awe". Condit, Jon. "Skeleton Man (2005)". Dread ... Skeleton Man then chases the archaeologist's assistant to a power plant, killing her and the two men working there. Skeleton ... Skeleton man ends his pursuit of them and heads to a nearby chemical plant where he kills several workers, two guards, the ... Skeleton Man is a 2004 Sci Fi Pictures original film directed by Johnny Martin and starring Michael Rooker and Casper Van Dien ...
*  Facial skeleton
Facial bones and neurocranium (labeled as "Brain case"). Axial skeleton Appendicular skeleton Jinkins, J. Randy (2000). Atlas ... The facial skeleton comprises the facial bones that may attach to form a portion of the skull. The remainder of the skull is ... The facial skeleton is composed of dermal bone and derived from the neural crest cells (also responsible for the development of ... "Divisions of the Skeleton". U.S. National Cancer Institute's Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results (SEER) Program. ...
*  Skeleton tarantula
The skeleton tarantula, Ephebopus murinus, is a species of spider belonging to the family Theraphosidae (tarantulas), sub- ... "Skeleton Tarantula Ephebopus murinus". Retrieved 2010-10-23. Foelix, R., Rast, B., Erb, B. (2009). "Palpal urticating hairs in ... Its common name is derived from the skeleton-like markings on its legs. The species was first described by Charles Athanase ... Samuel D. Marshall (2001), Tarantulas and other arachnids, p. 71, ISBN 978-0-7641-1463-2, Skeleton tarantulas are so-called due ...
*  Eyeball Skeleton
... is an American indie rock band from Washington, D.C.. The group has attracted attention for its pre-teen ... Eyeball Skeleton is composed of Bill Brown (guitar, percussion, programming) and his sons Charlie Brown (guitar) and J.J. Brown ... Their name was invented by the children; JJ provided "Eyeball" and Charlie provided "Skeleton". The group writes songs based ...