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Broader Terms:
   Aves (birds) 
   Palaeognathae 

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   Dinornithidae 
   Emeidae 
 
 
Latest Articles on Dinornithiformes from uBioRSS
Identification, Classification, and Growth of Moa Chicks (Aves: Dinornithif... - PubMed: species
Reconstruction and in vivo analysis of the extinct tbx5 gene from ancient w... - BioMed Central


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1.  The phylogenetic significance of the morphology of the syrinx, hyoid and larynx, of the southern cassowary, Casuarius casuarius (Aves, Palaeognathae).LinkIT
McInerney PL, Lee MSY, Clement AM, Worthy TH
BMC evolutionary biology, 2019
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2.  An avian seed dispersal paradox: New Zealand's extinct megafaunal birds did not disperse large seeds.LinkIT
Carpenter JK, Wood JR, Wilmshurst JM, Kelly D
Proceedings. Biological sciences, 2018
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3.  Moa diet fits the bill: virtual reconstruction incorporating mummified remains and prediction of biomechanical performance in avian giants.LinkIT
Attard MR, Wilson LA, Worthy TH, Scofield P, Johnston P, Parr WC, Wroe S
Proceedings. Biological sciences, 2016
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4.  An extremely low-density human population exterminated New Zealand moa.LinkIT
Holdaway RN, Allentoft ME, Jacomb C, Oskam CL, Beavan NR, Bunce M
Nature communications, 2014
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5.  Identification, classification, and growth of moa chicks (Aves: Dinornithiformes) from the genus Euryapteryx.LinkIT
Huynen L, Gill BJ, Doyle A, Millar CD, Lambert DM
PloS one, 2014
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6.  Reconstruction and in vivo analysis of the extinct tbx5 gene from ancient wingless moa (Aves: Dinornithiformes).LinkIT
Huynen L, Suzuki T, Ogura T, Watanabe Y, Millar CD, Hofreiter M, Smith C, Mirmoeini S, Lambert DM
BMC evolutionary biology, 2014
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7.  Extinct New Zealand megafauna were not in decline before human colonization.LinkIT
Allentoft ME, Heller R, Oskam CL, Lorenzen ED, Hale ML, Gilbert MT, Jacomb C, Holdaway RN, Bunce M
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2014
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8.  Complex species status for extinct moa (Aves: Dinornithiformes) from the genus Euryapteryx.LinkIT
Huynen L, Lambert DM
PloS one, 2014
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9.  Anatomical specializations for enhanced olfactory sensitivity in kiwi, Apteryx mantelli.LinkIT
Corfield JR, Eisthen HL, Iwaniuk AN, Parsons S
Brain, behavior and evolution, 2014
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10.  More than one way of being a moa: differences in leg bone robustness map divergent evolutionary trajectories in Dinornithidae and Emeidae (Dinornithiformes).LinkIT
Brassey CA, Holdaway RN, Packham AG, Anné J, Manning PL, Sellers WI
PloS one, 2013
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