early Mesozoic in a sentence
1. The mountains eroded throughout the late Paleozoic and early Mesozoic, leaving extensive deposits of sedimentary rock.
2. Like most other flying insects (flies, beetles, Lepidoptera and Hymenoptera), they evolved in the early Mesozoic era.
3. Fossil records show that, in the Paleozoic and early Mesozoic eras, much of the county was an ancient seabed.
4. Pangea began to break up about 220 million years ago, in the Early Mesozoic Era (Late Triassic Period).
5. The unambiguous fossil record dates back to Triassic, and an early Mesozoic origin of the group is probable.
6. During early Mesozoic times the land mass now covered by them was occupied by the great Tethys sea.
7. The Nubian Swell has been geologically active since early Mesozoic times, and portions are still active.
8. It is likely, then, that gnathorhizids had a Pangean distribution throughout the late Paleozoic and early Mesozoic.
9. Marine deposits (carbonates) were deposited during repeated advances of late Paleozoic and early Mesozoic seas.
10. The mountains eroded throughout the late Paleozoic and early Mesozoic, leaving extensive deposits of sedimentary rock.
11. The basement below Aguilera is of Paleozoic-early Mesozoic age and consists of metamorphic rocks.
12. of Chicago Press, 1992), In the Shadow of the Dinosaurs: Early Mesozoic Tetrapods (with N. C. Fraser;
13. Pangaea or Pangea ( /pænˈdʒiːə/) was a supercontinent that existed during the late Paleozoic and early Mesozoic eras.
14. They evolved in the early Mesozoic and were mostly aquatic.
15. The climate Kuehneotherium lived in was hot and dry during this part of the early Mesozoic.
16. Reptile footprint faunules from the early Mesozoic Newark Supergroup of eastern North America.
17. The Ophiocistioidea is a class of extinct echinoderms from the Palaeozoic and early Mesozoic.
18. molecular variability suggests that the family's crown group may have arisen in the early Mesozoic.
19. The Hunter-Bowen orogeny also known as the New England Orogen contains rocks from Late Paleozoic to early Mesozoic times.
20. During the early Mesozoic Era (251 – 66 mya) the supercontinent of Pangea began to rift and break apart.
21. The early Mesozoic plant life of North Carolina was very similar to that of neighboring Virginia.
22. Later in the Paleozoic, this sea left the state, but a new one covered Iowa during the early Mesozoic.
23. During the early Mesozoic, a new sea covered Iowa, and sediment deposition resumed.
24. During the early Mesozoic, Triassic pelecypods were common Washington inhabitants.
25. Olsen, P.E., 1986: A 40-million-yearlake record og early Mesozoic climate forcing.
26. To the east of the block the cover of late Palaeozoic and early Mesozoic rocks dip into the North Sea Basin.
27. Rift phases occurred in the late Paleozoic and early Mesozoic which allowed the opening of the northeastern Atlantic.
28. Geologically, the area is part of a terrane that was formed in early Mesozoic.
29. The Hebron Oil field formed as result of the early Mesozoic break up Pangea.
30. gold is thought to be formed in Early Mesozoic, not in Yanshanian epoch.
- the supercontinent Pangaea
- their divergence
- The briefness
- the swiftness
- primitive amphibian fossils
- large gaps
- a missing link
- Molecular analysis
- the frog–salamander divergence
- the palaeontological evidence
- Newer research
- all Lissamphibians
- the closest relatives
- lunged fish
- certain adaptations
- new means
- the sideways thrusts
- their tails
- quite different mechanisms
- Their vertebral columns
- limb girdles
- Terrestrial adults
- their lateral line systems
- their sensory systems
- new methods
- their body heat
- ambient temperature
- a terrestrial environment
- Their skins
- harmful ultraviolet rays
- excessive water loss
- The superclass Tetrapoda
- four classes
- vertebrate animals
- four limbs
- the eggs
- the female
- several membranes
- these membranes
- various strategies