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Histology: Theropods vs Ornithopods vs Ceratopsian
(sorry for the potential double post for some of you)
Having not heard a peep from "The Other List" (albeit, it has been
but 3 hours but I'm not a patient woman at times). I've added a bit
more information regarding the scale at which I am working in at this
So, I am now sending this on to ya'll ya'll. Here:
I am seeking the latest information concerning the histology of those
mentioned in the subject line. In particular, I am seeking references
in hard copy of published works that refer to any histological
differences among the three. I have 11 references that discuss this -
5 of which are abstracts.There is a paper published by Reid, R. H..
1996 in "Geology Studies" published by BYU that I'd like to have.
If I wait for ILL to get it for me here I might get it before I'm 50.
I'd like it sooner than that. Could anyone who has this paper perhaps
send it to me?
I am using the SEM right now - so molecular scale histological
differences, if they are known, could be useful information to have
on hand. I'm using that SEM a second time on my specimens next
This information has direct effect on some of my current research - I
am coming up with a number of abstracts on the topic, but since they
are work in progress I need a little more information, please.
Personal communication type is all right and I recognize that some of
what I want may be research in progress, and perhaps proprietary, as
well. Any input is appreciated.
Thanks in advance and best regards,
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Marilyn D. Wegweiser, Ph.D.
Adjunct Curator of Vertebrate Paleontology
Cincinnati Natural History Museum
Assistant Professor of Geology
Department of Geology firstname.lastname@example.org
Ball State University Office: 765-285-8268;765-285-8270
Muncie, Indiana 47306 FAX: 765-285-8265