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Vertebrate Skeletal Histology and Paleohistology summarizes decades of research into the biology and biological meaning of hard tissues, in both living and extinct vertebrates. In addition to outlining anatomical diversity, it provides fundamental phylogenetic and evolutionary contexts for interpretation. An international team of leading authorities review the impact of ontogeny, mechanics, and environment in relation to bone and dental tissues. Synthesizing current advances in the biological problems of growth, metabolism, evolution, ecology, and behavior, this comprehensive and authoritative volume is built upon a foundation of concepts and technology generated over the past fifty years. 837 p.


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  • Vivian de Buffrénil, Editor. Master's degree in the History of Sciences & Biology, PhD, Maître de Conférence, Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris (France); Specialist in Comparative Bone Histology & Paleohistology (extant and extinct mammals), reptiles and amphibians; Expert in international programs led by CITES and FAO.
  • Armand J. de Ricqlès, Editor. Double degree in Biology and Earth Sciences (Paris, France), Specialized in Comparative Anatomy and Histology, PhD in Paleohistology (University of Paris Diderot); Professorship in Evolutionary Biology; Head of a research team "Formations Squelettiques); Visiting Professor (Universities of Chicago and Berkeley); Professor at the prestigious College de France (Paris), as the Chair of "Historical Biology and Evolutionism". His interests in research and teaching cover: Zoology, Ecology, Vertebrate paleontology, Comparative anatomy and Histology, Phylogenetic systematics, Paleo-histology et Tetrapod Vertebrates.
  • Louisa Zylberberg, Editor. University degree with a double curriculum in Biology and Biochemistry (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique - CNRS), PhD in Histology, Researcher and "Directrice de Recherche" at the CNRS. Et al...

     
  • Publication date (print & electronic format): 2021-06.

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