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Published: 15 December 2014
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2014) 51 (11): 1007-1016.
... shapes; this hypothesis is tested here by quantitatively comparing deformed humeri and femora from the Danek Bonebed (a monodominant Edmontosaurus regalis bonebed from the upper Campanian Horseshoe Canyon Formation in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada) with samples of undeformed humeri and femora from modern...
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Journal: Paleobiology
Published: 01 January 2004
Paleobiology (2004) 30 (3): 444-470.
... the individuals in a sample. For sauropods, combined analyses of both limb dimension and shape may be more desirable. Numerous humeri and femora from Apatosaurus , Diplodocus , and Camarasaurus provide an opportunity to explore and compare limb morphology in contemporaneous, sympatric sauropods. Thin-plate...
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Series: Geological Society, London, Special Publications
Published: 01 January 2009
DOI: 10.1144/SP315.15
EISBN: 9781862395633
... Abstract Bone histology is the most comprehensive way of obtaining data on growth and life history for dinosaurs. Humeri and femora of the basal titanosaur Phuwiangosaurus sirindhornae from the Early Cretaceous of Thailand were sampled by core drilling. The sample represents growth series...
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Journal: Paleobiology
Published: 01 May 2008
Paleobiology (2008) 34 (2): 247-263.
...Nicole Klein; Martin Sander Abstract Long bones (femora, humeri) are the most abundant remains of sauropod dinosaurs. Their length is a good proxy for body length and body mass, and their histology is informative about ontogenetic age. Here we provide a comparative assessment of histologic changes...
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( 1–3 ) Cranial view of right <b>humeri</b>. ( 4–6 ) Proximal and cranial views of...
Published: 24 May 2018
Figure 2. ( 1–3 ) Cranial view of right humeri. ( 4–6 ) Proximal and cranial views of right radii. ( 7–9 ) Cranial and lateral views of left ulnae. ( 1, 4, 7 ) Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris (MPS-Z 142); ( 2, 5, 8 ) Cardiomys leufuensis (MLP 29-IX-3-19); ( 3, 6, 9 ) Dolichotis patagonum (MLP 249
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Midshaft thin section through <b>humeri</b> of  Edmontosaurus regalis  from the Da...
Published: 16 October 2014
Fig. 2. Midshaft thin section through humeri of Edmontosaurus regalis from the Danek Bonebed (Horseshoe Canyon Formation, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada). (A) UALVP 53577, (B) UALVP 52396, (C) UALVP 53578, (D) UALVP 52394, (E) UALVP 52395, (F) UALVP 52368, and (G) UALVP 52370 in transmitted light
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Age estimates at time of death for  Edmontosaurus regalis  <b>humeri</b> from the ...
Published: 16 October 2014
Fig. 14. Age estimates at time of death for Edmontosaurus regalis humeri from the Danek Bonebed based on (A) age estimates from logarithmic LAG estimates, (B) age estimates from maximum LAG gap, (C) estimates from mean LAG gap, and (D) estimates from minimum LAG gap.
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Right <b>humeri</b> and ulnae of mammoth calves:  1 , humerus of Lyuba on left and...
Published: 01 July 2014
Figure 7 Right humeri and ulnae of mammoth calves: 1 , humerus of Lyuba on left and Khroma on right, anterior aspect; 2 , ulna of Lyuba on left and Khroma on right; anterior aspect. Scale applies to all figures. Maximal diaphyseal measurements at right of each element.
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Comparison of ankylosaurid appendicular elements. <b>Humeri</b> of (A) AMNH 5337, ...
Published: 10 January 2013
Fig. 6. Comparison of ankylosaurid appendicular elements. Humeri of (A) AMNH 5337, (B) Euoplocephalus (AMNH 5406), and (C) Scolosaurus (NHMUK R5161, reversed). Radii of (D) Scolosaurus (NHMUK R5161, reversed), (E) Euoplocephalus (AMNH 5406), and (F) Dyoplosaurus (ROM 784). Scale bars
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FIGURE 8. Abundances of unevenly damaged and complete immature <b>humeri</b>, radi...
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Published: 01 April 2011
FIGURE 8. Abundances of unevenly damaged and complete immature humeri, radii, femora, and tibiae in the Litolophus assemblage.
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Figure A1. Discriminant function analysis of breakage patterns of <b>humeri</b>, f...
Published: 01 February 2010
Figure A1. Discriminant function analysis of breakage patterns of humeri, femora, and tibiae from the modern pellet rain, time-averaged surface assemblages, and late Holocene fossil assemblages indicate that owls have been the dominant source of small-mammal skeletal material through time at Two
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Table  1 —Measurements of the <b>humeri</b> in different penguin species
Published: 01 May 2008
Table 1 —Measurements of the humeri in different penguin species
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<b>Humeri</b> referred to  Martinavis  (see text for details): ACAP-M 1957, comple...
Published: 01 November 2007
Figure 4. Humeri referred to Martinavis (see text for details): ACAP-M 1957, complete right humerus (holotype of M. cruzyensis ) in left lateral (a), caudal (b), right lateral (c) and cranial (d) views; PVL 4054, portions of complete left humerus in caudal (e) and cranial (f) views; KU-NM-37
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Limb elements. (a, b) ‘ Chialingosaurus ’ (IVPP V2300) <b>humeri</b> in anterior v...
Published: 01 September 2006
Figure 6. Limb elements. (a, b) ‘ Chialingosaurus ’ (IVPP V2300) humeri in anterior view; (c) ‘ Chialingosaurus ’ (CV 202) partial humerus in posterior view showing the presence of a humeral head; (d) ‘Chialingosaurus ’ (IVPP V2300) left femur in anterior view. Abbreviations: ant troc
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FIGURE 9 —Epiphyseal presence and absence in <b>humeri</b> and femora of  Microtus...
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Published: 01 October 2004
FIGURE 9 —Epiphyseal presence and absence in humeri and femora of Microtus townsendi ; scale bar in millimeters. (A) Humerus with proximal epiphysis missing. (B) Humerus with proximal epiphysis present. (C) Femur with distal epiphysis missing. (D) Femur with distal epiphysis present
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<b>Humeri</b> of  Ankylosaurus magniventris  (AMNH 5214). Left humerus in anterior...
Published: 16 August 2004
Fig. 16. Humeri of Ankylosaurus magniventris (AMNH 5214). Left humerus in anterior (A, A′), lateral (A′′), posterior (A′′ ′, A*), and medial (A**) views. Right humerus in anterior (B), lateral (B′), posterior (BB′′ ′), and medial (B′′ ′) views. Note that the left humerus is more flattened than
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Figure  1. Representative <b>humeri</b> and femora of  Apatosaurus  (A [AMNH 6114]...
Published: 01 January 2004
Figure 1. Representative humeri and femora of Apatosaurus (A [AMNH 6114], E [BYU Display]), Diplodocus (B [CM 21721], F [AMNH 5855]), and Camarasaurus (C,D [MWC Display], G [AMNH 435]). All humeri are shown in anterior view, except D, which is a lateral view, and all femora are shown
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Figure  4. PCA and bivariate plots of <b>humeri</b>. All data are natural-log tran...
Published: 01 January 2004
Figure 4. PCA and bivariate plots of humeri. All data are natural-log transformed. Apatosaurus is represented by diamonds, Diplodocus by triangles, and Camarasaurus by circles
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Bivariate plots of surface area of shaft versus greatest length of <b>humeri</b> a...
Published: 20 August 2001
Fig. 13. Bivariate plots of surface area of shaft versus greatest length of humeri and tibiae of Maiasaura peeblesorum .
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Representative cross sections of the shafts of <b>humeri</b> of  Maiasaura peebles...
Published: 20 August 2001
Fig. 14. Representative cross sections of the shafts of humeri of Maiasaura peeblesorum . (A) Two nestlings. (B) Two adults.