Event Title

Evolution of the Nasal Cavity and Cranial Vasculature in Extinct Marine Reptiles

Presenter Information

Donald Morgan, Biological Sciences

Abstract

Studying the evolutionary changes to the blood vessels and the nasal cavity in extinct reptiles that reinvaded a marine habitat.

Keywords:

Biological Sciences, Paleontology, Reptiles, Anatomy

Comments

Presenter email: dm279318@ohio.edu

Status

Graduate

Department

Biological Sciences

College

College of Arts and Sciences

Campus

Athens

Faculty Mentor

Witmer, Lawrence

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Evolution of the Nasal Cavity and Cranial Vasculature in Extinct Marine Reptiles

Studying the evolutionary changes to the blood vessels and the nasal cavity in extinct reptiles that reinvaded a marine habitat.