Jennifer Botha
Jennifer Botha
National Museum, Bloemfontein, South Africa
Verified email at nasmus.co.za
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Abrupt and gradual extinction among Late Permian land vertebrates in the Karoo Basin, South Africa
PD Ward, J Botha, R Buick, MO De Kock, DH Erwin, GH Garrison, ...
Science 307 (5710), 709-714, 2005
3272005
The recovery of terrestrial vertebrate diversity in the South African Karoo Basin after the end-Permian extinction
R Smith, J Botha
Comptes Rendus Palevol 4 (6-7), 623-636, 2005
1802005
Rapid vertebrate recuperation in the Karoo Basin of South Africa following the end-Permian extinction
J Botha, RMH Smith
Journal of African Earth Sciences 45 (4-5), 502-514, 2006
1652006
Anatomy of a mass extinction: sedimentological and taphonomic evidence for drought-induced die-offs at the Permo-Triassic boundary in the main Karoo Basin, South Africa
RMH Smith, J Botha-Brink
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 396, 99-118, 2014
1302014
Lystrosaurus species composition across the Permo–Triassic boundary in the Karoo Basin of South Africa
J Botha, RMH Smith
Lethaia 40 (2), 125-137, 2007
912007
The radiation of cynodonts and the ground plan of mammalian morphological diversity
M Ruta, J Botha-Brink, SA Mitchell, MJ Benton
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1769), 20131865, 2013
872013
Bone histology and growth patterns of some nonmammalian therapsids
S Ray, J Botha, A Chinsamy
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 24 (3), 634-648, 2004
822004
Growth patterns deduced from the bone histology of the cynodonts Diademodon and Cynognathus
J Botha, A Chinsamy
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 20 (4), 705-711, 2001
772001
The oldest cynodont: new clues on the origin and early diversification of the Cynodontia
J Botha, F Abdala, R Smith
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 149 (3), 477-492, 2007
762007
Osteohistology of the Triassic archosauromorphs Prolacerta, Proterosuchus, Euparkeria, and Erythrosuchus from the Karoo Basin of South Africa
J Botha-Brink, RMH Smith
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 31 (6), 1238-1254, 2011
722011
Osteohistology of the Triassic archosauromorphs Prolacerta, Proterosuchus, Euparkeria, and Erythrosuchus from the Karoo Basin of South Africa
J Botha-Brink, RMH Smith
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 31 (6), 1238-1254, 2011
722011
Forerunners of Mammals: Radiation• Histology• Biology
T Kemp, R Smith, B Rubidge, A Huttenlocker, E Rega, S Ray, J Botha, ...
Indiana University Press, 2011
642011
Do extraordinarily high growth rates in Permo-Triassic dicynodonts (Therapsida, Anomodontia) explain their success before and after the end-Permian extinction?
J Botha-Brink, KD Angielczyk
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 160 (2), 341-365, 2010
592010
An integrative approach to distinguishing the Late Permian dicynodont species Oudenodon bainii and Tropidostoma microtrema (Therapsida: Anomodontia)
J Botha, KD Angielczyk
Palaeontology 50 (5), 1175-1209, 2007
552007
GROWTH PATTERNS OF THRINAXODON LIORHINUS, A NON‐MAMMALIAN CYNODONT FROM THE LOWER TRIASSIC OF SOUTH AFRICA
J Botha, A Chinsamy
Palaeontology 48 (2), 385-394, 2005
532005
Growth and life habits of the Triassic cynodont Trirachodon, inferred from bone histology
J Botha, A Chinsamy
Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 49 (4), 2004
492004
Palaeohistological evidence for ancestral high metabolic rate in archosaurs
LJ Legendre, G Guénard, J Botha-Brink, J Cubo
Systematic Biology 65 (6), 989-996, 2016
482016
Fossorial origin of the turtle shell
TR Lyson, BS Rubidge, TM Scheyer, K de Queiroz, ER Schachner, ...
Current Biology 26 (14), 1887-1894, 2016
482016
A mixed-age classed ‘pelycosaur’aggregation from South Africa: earliest evidence of parental care in amniotes?
J Botha-Brink, SP Modesto
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 274 (1627), 2829-2834, 2007
472007
Breeding young as a survival strategy during Earth’s greatest mass extinction
J Botha-Brink, D Codron, AK Huttenlocker, KD Angielczyk, M Ruta
Scientific reports 6, 24053, 2016
422016
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