By: TS Kemp
331 pages, B/w illus, figs
An account of the remarkable fossil record that documents the origin of mammals since the extinction of the dinosaurs, which traces their evolution over the last 35 million years. For the first time presented in one single volume, Kemp unveils the exciting DNA sequence evidence which coupled with fossil evidence challenges current thinking on the relationships amongst mammals and their inferred history.
1 Introduction 2 Evolution of Mammal-Like Reptiles 3 The Evolution of Mammalian Biology 4 The Mesozoic Mammals 5 Living and Fossil Marsupials 6 Living and Fossil Placentals Appendix 1 7 Methods Appendix 2 8 Mammalian Phylogenies
a splendid work ... it seems the indispensable source of knowlegde on mammalian evolution' Acta, Palaeontol, Pol. 50, 50(2): 208, 2005
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