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PHYLOGENY OF RODENTS FROM MAMMALS AND BIRDS FROM DINOSAURS: A LITERATURE ANALYSIS
Corresponding Author(s) : Saba Malik
WORLDWIDE JOURNAL OF RESEARCH,
Vol. 1 No. 3 (2020): Volume 1 Number 3
Birds, throughout the origin of life, are by far the most abundant ground vertebrates as well as the descendants of diverse books. Among the most impressive instances of an adaptive change is the creation of modern birds by species theropods. Rats are by far the most varied group of mammals, to known rodent species accounting for around 50 percent of all mammal’s diversity. Despite numerous phenotype as well as genetic research, rat community-level interactions including rodent roots position is still under discussion. Two basic questions persist in the resolution of the vertebrate pest evolutionary tree: 1) what's the phylogenetic situation of rodents with mammals, or even 2) what're the interactions around birds and theropod groups? Historically, such partnerships were difficult to solve. This paper discusses proves supporting the origins of birds from animal flesh-eating dinosaurs and illustrates the variety of fossils that link rodents to mammals. All of the information is derived from those in the database as well as in the research project. There has been no new collection of specimens for this study. The approach used for this research is the analysis of previous research papers and the latest articles. Results indicate the mouse's strong interactions with mammals. From the results, it was also learned that the Aves group is derived from dinosaurs. It is concluded that birds are originated from dinosaurs, the theropods that occurred during most of the Mesozoic Period. Mice are Glires clade mammals, meaning they are among mammals' closest relatives.
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