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  • Distal spinal nerve development and divergence of avian groups 

    Rashid, Dana J.; Bradley, Roger S.; Bailleul, Alida; Surya, Kevin; Woodward, Holly; Wu, Ping; Wu, Yun-Hsin; Menke, Douglas; Minchey, Sergio; Parrott, Ben; Bock, Samantha; Merzdorf, Christa; Narotzky, Emma; Burke, Nathan; Horner, John R.; Chapman, Susan (2020-04)
    The avian transition from long to short, distally fused tails during the Mesozoic ushered in the Pygostylian group, which includes modern birds. The avian tail embodies a bipartite anatomy, with the proximal separate caudal ...

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