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ISBN:
0721676685
Author:
Alfred Sherwood Romer
Category:
Biological Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Saunders; 5th edition (1977)
Pages:
624 pages
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1684 kb
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Alfred Sherwood Romer wrote several classic texts in his time, this being one. Although dated, it would be a solid text for a student of. .And this VB é still the best book on vertebrate comparative anatomy. Jorge Ferigolo Paleontologist. Although dated, it would be a solid text for a student of vertebrate form and function. Romer, Alfred Sherwood, 1894-1973. The vertebrate pedigree. Who's among the vertebrates. The early development of vertebrates. Supporting tissues - the skeleton. Mouth and pharynx : teeth, respiratory organs.

Alfred Sherwood Romer (December 28, 1894 – November 5, 1973) was an American paleontologist and biologist and a specialist in vertebrate evolution. Alfred Romer was born in White Plains, New York, the son of Harry Houston Romer and his wife, Evalyn Sherwood. He was educated at White Plains High School. He studied at Amherst College achieving a Bachelor of Science Honours degree in biology and Columbia University pursuing with a . c in Biology and graduating with a doctorate in zoology in 1921.

Vertebrate Paleontology (Romer). Vertebrate Paleontology is an advanced textbook on vertebrate paleontology by Alfred Sherwood Romer, published by the University of Chicago Press

Vertebrate Paleontology (Romer). Vertebrate Paleontology is an advanced textbook on vertebrate paleontology by Alfred Sherwood Romer, published by the University of Chicago Press. A condensed version centering on comparative anatomy, coauthored by . Parson came in 1977, remaining in print until 1985.

Alfred Sherwood Romer, . paleontologist widely known for his concepts of evolutionary history of vertebrate animals. The explicit use of comparative anatomy and embryology in studies of fossil vertebrates underlies his major contributions to biology. Early in his career at Chicago, Romer met and married Ruth Hibbard, who bore him three children and was his companion in fieldwork and travel. Vertebrate Paleontology appeared in 1933.

Alfred Sherwood Romer December 28, 1894 White Plains, New York. 5th ed. Saunders, Philadelphia. Alfred Romer was born in White Plains, New York, and studied at Amherst College achieving a Bachelor of Science Honours degree in Biology and Columbia University pursuing with a . Romer joined the department of geology and paleontology at the University of Chicago as an associate professor in 1923.

The Vertebrate Body book. Alfred Sherwood Romer, an American, was the top writer on paleontology and biology and a specialist in vertebrate evolution. Currently I am rereading this book.

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  • Fenrikasa
Alfred Sherwood Romer wrote several classic texts in his time, this being one. Although dated, it would be a solid text for a student of vertebrate form and function.
  • Tiv
excellent for those who collect medical history.
  • BroWelm
The course at the University of Toronto Zoology 250 was taught by the subsequent author of this book-Thomas Parsons-who studied under Dr. Romer--likely the worst teacher I ever had during my undergraduate years--his lectures were for the most part were terrible and you didn't have much recourse to go back and study anything in this book because he had written it and it too was confusing--he would try to make topics understandable by references to "fairy tales" like something to do with the "Queen of Hearts"--Parsons said buying this book wasn't a pre-requiste for his course yet when you were trying furiously to make notes in his class he would say---don't worry everything is in the "book" anyway. He also said he would give us a chance to do a make up practical dogfish anatomy exam after Christmas and yet when the class returned after the holiday he cancelled the exam as "2 people out of 15" who signed up for the exam couldn't schedule it so the exam was cancelled--which begs the question why wasn't this sorted out before the holidays so we didn't waste our time studying for it??
  • Dddasuk
This is a superb reference work on vertebrate morphology by the dean of 20th Century vertebrate anatomists and paleontologists. Proud to have it in my library.
  • Haal
Dr. Romer was one of the most important paleontologists of all time. And this VB é still the best book on vertebrate comparative anatomy.
Jorge Ferigolo
Paleontologist