Definition of Palaeobiology

1. Noun. A branch of paleontology that deals with the origin and growth and structure of fossil animals and plants as living organisms.




Definition of Palaeobiology

1. Noun. The scientific study of prehistoric life, especially of those aspects pertaining to living systems. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Palaeobiology

palaeo-
palaeoanthropic
palaeoanthropological
palaeoanthropologist
palaeoanthropologists
palaeoanthropology
palaeobiogeographer
palaeobiogeographers
palaeobiogeographic
palaeobiogeographical
palaeobiogeography
palaeobiologic
palaeobiological
palaeobiologist
palaeobiologists
palaeobiology (current term)
palaeobotanical
palaeobotanist
palaeobotanists
palaeobotany
palaeoceanographer
palaeoceanographers
palaeoceanographic
palaeoceanography
palaeoclimate
palaeoclimates
palaeoclimatic
palaeoclimatologic
palaeoclimatological
palaeoclimatologist

Literary usage of Palaeobiology

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1. Year Book by Carnegie Institution of Washington (1921)
"In the newer and broader field the facts of both the animal and the plant record must constitute a well-founded palaeobiology. Perhaps the manner in which ..."

2. Adventure Guide Naples, Sorrento & the Amalfi Coast by Marina Carter (2006)
"Of particular interest in the anthropological museum are the collections documenting the palaeobiology and prehistory of southern ..."

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