Lizard symphysis histology paper out in Anatomical Record.

Our latest paper is out in Anatomical Record’s upcoming issue and the pdf is available online.

To the right is our submitted cover illustration that I don’t believe made the cut. We’ll use it anyways.

Additional data from the specimens in this paper can be found at our 3D database:

We’ll be populating this page with more serial histology from the symphyses and other cranial regions  in the near future. Stay tuned.

About Casey

I am an Associate Professor of Anatomy at University of Missouri-Columbia. I teach Anatomy for the Medical School. I conduct research on the evolutionary morphology of vertebrates, particularly the structure, function, and evolution of the feeding apparatus. Much of this involves studying the biology of bone, cartilage and muscle. of dinosaurs and fossil crocs. I have a great job.
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1 Response to Lizard symphysis histology paper out in Anatomical Record.

  1. Nick Gardner says:

    Can’t wait to see more!

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