Authors and Acknowledgements

We would like to thank the following people for their contributions to "What does T. rex taste like?":

Authors

Jennifer Johnson Collins, Teacher
Judy Scotchmoor, Director of Education and Outreach
Caroline Stromberg, Graduate Student Associate

Review

Allen Collins, Post Doctoral Student
David R. Lindberg, Director, UC Museum of Paleontology
Kevin Padian, Curator, UC Museum of Paleontology

Consultation

Allen Collins, Post Doctoral Student
Alicia Cordero, Graduate Student Associate
David R. Lindberg, Director, UC Museum of Paleontology

Design and Graphics

Dave Smith, Graphic Designer
Caroline Stromberg, Graduate Student Associate

Editing

Anne Monk, Teacher
Judy Scotchmoor, Director of Education and Outreach
Caroline Stromberg, Graduate Student Associate
Colleen Whitney, Webmaster

Inspiration

Barry Roth, Research Associate, for asking the question, "What did T. rex taste like?"
Sandra J. Carlson, research scientist and professor of Geology at the University of California, Davis, whose article "Evolution and Systematics" in Evolution: Investigating the Evidence served as the inspiration and major source of information for this module.

Images

Folder 1:
Mushroom and leek images courtesy of Anne Monk.
Starfish image courtesy of Roy Caldwell, Department of Integrative Biology, University of California, Berkeley.
Images of Methanococcus jannischii, Halobacterium salinarium, 2 pictures of Sulfolobus acidocaldarius, and the fruiting body of Stigmatella aurantiaca courtesy of the Department of Bacteriology, University of Wisconsin-Madison (http://www.bact.wisc.edu).
Scanning electron micrograph of the common soil bacteria Pseudomonas aeruginosa courtesy of Jim Sullivan and "Cells alive!" (http://www.cellsalive.com).
Images of cyanobacteria, the Cretaceous dinoflagellate Dinogynium, and the diatom courtesy of Jere Lipps, Department of Integrative Biology, University of California, Berkeley.
Images of thecamoeba, kinetoplastid, euglenoid, trichomonad, and chloroplast courtesy of Scott Dawson, Molecular and Cell Biology (MCB) at UC Berkeley.

Folder 2:
Image of red bird courtesy of Anne Monk.
Image of the caiman courtesy of the Crocodilian Photo Gallery, Florida Museum of Natural History (http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/natsci/herpetology/CROCS/Crocpics.htm).

Folder 3:
Images of dog and chimpanzee courtesy of Anne Monk.

All other images courtesy of the University of California Museum of Paleontology (http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu).