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1. Lamphreys (Vertebrate Diversity study pack)
This chapter is part of the Vertebrate Diversity study pack. The full collection is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/204/.

Shared with the World by Prof Helen Chatterjee

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10. Birds (Vertebrate Diversity study pack)
This chapter is part of the Vertebrate Diversity study pack. The full collection is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/204/.

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11. Synapsids (Vertebrate Diversity study pack)
This chapter is part of the Vertebrate Diversity study pack. The full collection is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/204/.

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2. Chondrichthyes (Vertebrate Diversity study pack)
This chapter is part of the Vertebrate Diversity study pack. The full collection is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/204/.

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3. Ray-finned Fishes (Vertebrate Diversity study pack)
This chapter is part of the Vertebrate Diversity study pack. The full collection is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/204/.

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4. Lobe-finned Fishes (Vertebrate Diversity study pack)
This chapter is part of the Vertebrate Diversity study pack. The full collection is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/204/.

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5. Amphibians (Vertebrate Diversity study pack)
This chapter is part of the Vertebrate Diversity study pack. The full collection is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/204/.

Shared with the World by Prof Helen Chatterjee

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6. Turtles (Vertebrate Diversity study pack)
This chapter is part of the Vertebrate Diversity study pack. The full collection is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/204/.

Shared with the World by Prof Helen Chatterjee

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7. Rhynchocephalians (Vertebrate Diversity study pack)
This chapter is part of the Vertebrate Diversity study pack. The full collection is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/204/.

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8. Squamata (Vertebrate Diversity study pack)
This chapter is part of the Vertebrate Diversity study pack. The full collection is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/204/.

Shared with the World by Prof Helen Chatterjee

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9. Crocodilians (Vertebrate Diversity study pack)
This chapter is part of the Vertebrate Diversity study pack. The full collection is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/204/.

Shared with the World by Prof Helen Chatterjee

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Chapter 1: Vertebrate Structure (Vertebrate Palaeontology and Evolution study pack)
This chapter will introduce you to the structure and diversity of various vertebrates.

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Chapter 2: Fishes (Vertebrate Palaeontology and Evolution study pack)
This chapter will introduce you to various early vertebrates and fish. In particular, it covers some jawless forms, acanthodians, placoderms, sharks and rays, and several ray-finned fish. It is not essential that you look at the specimens in any particular order.

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Chapter 3: The fish-tetrapod transition (Vertebrate Palaeontology and Evolution study pack)
This chapter examines the lobe-finned fish and some early tetrapods.

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Chapter 4: Amphibians & Amniotes (Vertebrate Palaeontology and Evolution study pack)
This chapter allows you to take a second look at some of the early tetrapods (temnospondyls, baphetids, nectrideans etc.), and introduces you to the modern amphibians and some amniotes. The chapter includes some extant material, especially frogs, salamanders and turtles.

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Chapter 5: Lepidosaurs and Chelonians (Vertebrate Palaeontology and Evolution study pack)
This chapter will look at lepidosaurs and Chelonians. When you look at the various specimens, focus on the femestration of the skulls, and their kinetic joints [if present].

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Chapter 6: Archosaurs (Vertebrate Palaeontology and Evolution study pack)
This chapter will look at archosaurs. As you look at the various specimens, focus on the fenestration of the skull.

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Chapter 7: Birds and flight (Vertebrate Palaeontology and Evolution study pack)
This chapter will look at the anatomy of birds, especially with regard to the structure of their skulls and locomotor systems. Some non-birds are also included for revision and comparison.

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Vertebrate Diversity study pack
The following web-book contains a series of information chapters broadly outlining the diversity of living vertebrates, with a few notes on their fossil relatives. Below is a collage of specimens from UCL's Grant Museum of Zoology illustrating the wide diversity covered in this web-book – from jawless vertebrates, sharks, and ray-finned fishes, to amphibians, reptiles, and mammals. To download this resource as a single file, see the collection page: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/204. Also see the related resource Vertebrate Palaeontology and Evolution study pack here: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/195. Disclaimer: 'Vertebrate Diversity' was originally designed by UCL staff as an internal teaching resource. The subsequent release of 'Vertebrate Diversity' as an OER means that any changes to the product received relative to the original content may not reflect the desires of UCL teaching staff, or the original quality of the resource. CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 International Licence: 'Vertebrate Diversity' has been released as an open educational resource (OER) on a Creative Commons 'Attribution Non-commercial Share Alike' license. This means that once downloaded, content can be modified and improved to complement a particular course. This requires, however, that improvements are recycled back into the OER community, and full attribution is made to UCL. All content present at the time of download must be accordingly credited and, in turn, novel content must be appropriately licensed. For more information, please refer to the license deed by visiting: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/legalcode.

Shared with the World by Prof Helen Chatterjee

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Vertebrate Diversity study pack (full)
The following web-book contains a series of information chapters broadly outlining the diversity of living vertebrates, with a few notes on their fossil relatives. Below is a collage of specimens from UCL's Grant Museum of Zoology illustrating the wide diversity covered in this web-book – from jawless vertebrates, sharks, and ray-finned fishes, to amphibians, reptiles, and mammals. To download this resource as a single file, see the collection page: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/204. Also see the related resource Vertebrate Palaeontology and Evolution study pack here: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/195. Disclaimer: 'Vertebrate Diversity' was originally designed by UCL staff as an internal teaching resource. The subsequent release of 'Vertebrate Diversity' as an OER means that any changes to the product received relative to the original content may not reflect the desires of UCL teaching staff, or the original quality of the resource. CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 International Licence: 'Vertebrate Diversity' has been released as an open educational resource (OER) on a Creative Commons 'Attribution Non-commercial Share Alike' license. This means that once downloaded, content can be modified and improved to complement a particular course. This requires, however, that improvements are recycled back into the OER community, and full attribution is made to UCL. All content present at the time of download must be accordingly credited and, in turn, novel content must be appropriately licensed. For more information, please refer to the license deed by visiting: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/legalcode.

Shared with the World by Prof Helen Chatterjee

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Vertebrate Palaeontology and Evolution study pack (full)
This resource is designed to familiarise you with the structure, diversity and evolutionary history of vertebrates through analysing images of specimens held at UCL’s Grant Museum of Zoology. It contains seven chapters: an introduction to vertebrate diversity, Fishes, the fish-tetrapod transition, Amphibians and Amniotes, Lepidosaurs and Chelonians, Archosaurs, and Birds and flight. All images have accompanying text, including information about the specimen plus hints about what to look for and the questions to consider when analysing the images. Please note that this resource does not look at mammals in detail – instead, this fascinating group are given a more thorough treatment in another Object Based Learning for Higher Education (OBL4HE) resource entitled ‘Vertebrate Diversity’ and the Virtual Educational Resource for the Biosciences (VERB) resource ‘Eutherians’. • Verb Diversity: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/204. • Eutherians (VERB): https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/210. Scalebars are provided throughout (except for models). Please note that there are two different scale bars used, one with 1cm divisions and one with 0.5cm divisions. Multiple images of specimens are provided to try to illustrate the various anatomical features. However, please note that the limitations of photography (especially for specimens in cases or bottles) means that some distortion may occur or parts may be concealed or generally hard to determine. To download this resource in its entirety, see the resource's collection page: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/195/. Disclaimer: 'Vertebrate Palaeontology and Evolution' was originally designed by UCL staff as an internal teaching resource. The subsequent release of 'Vertebrate Palaeontology and Evolution' as an OER means that any changes to the product received relative to the original content may not reflect the desires of UCL teaching staff, or the original quality of the resource. CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 International Licence: 'Vertebrate Palaeontology and Evolution' has been released as an open educational resource (OER) on a Creative Commons 'Attribution Non-commercial Share Alike' license. This means that once downloaded, content can be modified and improved to complement a particular course. This requires, however, that improvements are recycled back into the OER community, and full attribution is made to UCL. All content present at the time of download must be accordingly credited and, in turn, novel content must be appropriately licensed. For more information, please refer to the license deed by visiting: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/legalcode.

Shared with the World by Prof Helen Chatterjee

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Virtual Educational Resource for the Biosciences (VERB) - Eutherians
VERB is an online animal diversity resource designed to accompany undergraduate degrees in the Biosciences. In this package, entitled VERB Eutherians, the groups discussed are the living placental mammals. Contained are a series of web pages outlining the diversity of the eutherians from an evolutionary perspective. The topics of focus are phylogeny (evolutionary history) and functional anatomy, but subjects as wide as genetics, ecology, physiology, and developmental biology are discussed where relevant. This file is provided as na .elp file, allowing modification in eXe content packaging software, in addition to subsequent packaging in the desired format (e.g., IMS Content Package, Web Pages).

Shared with the World by Prof Helen Chatterjee

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Virtual Educational Resource for the Biosciences (VERB) resource ‘Eutherians’
VERB is an online animal diversity resource designed to accompany undergraduate degrees in the Biosciences. In this package, entitled VERB Eutherians, the groups discussed are the living placental mammals. Contained are a series of web pages outlining the diversity of the eutherians from an evolutionary perspective. The topics of focus are phylogeny (evolutionary history) and functional anatomy, but subjects as wide as genetics, ecology, physiology, and developmental biology are discussed where relevant. This file is provided as na .elp file, allowing modification in eXe content packaging software, in addition to subsequent packaging in the desired format (e.g., IMS Content Package, Web Pages).

Shared with the World by Prof Helen Chatterjee

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