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Bone microanatomy and lifestyle in tetrapods

Aurore Canoville , Vivian de Buffrénil , Michel Laurin
de Buffrénil, V.; de Ricqlès, A.,; Zylberberg, L.; Padian, K.; Laurin, M.; Quilhac, A. Vertebrate Skeletal Histology and Paleohistology, CRC Press, pp.724-743, 2021
Book sections hal-03500081v1

A Methodological Renaissance to Advance Perennial Issues in Vertebrate Paleohistology

Alexandra Houssaye , Donald Davesne , Aurore Canoville
Vertebrate Skeletal Histology and Paleohistology, 2021
Book sections hal-03357240v1

Evolution of sirenian pachyosteosclerosis, a model-case for the study of bone structure in aquatic tetrapods.

V. de Buffrénil , A. Canoville , R. d'Anastasio , D.P. Domning
Journal of Mammalian Evolution, 2010, pp.101-120
Journal articles hal-00628123v1

Microanatomical diversity of the humerus and lifestyle in lissamphibians

A. Canoville , M. Laurin
Acta Zoologica, 2009, 90 (2), pp.110-122
Journal articles hal-00548704v1

Insight into the growth dynamics and systematic affinities of the Late Cretaceous Gargantuavis from bone microstructure

Anusuya Chinsamy , Eric Buffetaut , Aurore Canoville , Delphine Angst
The Science of Nature Naturwissenschaften, 2014, 101 (5), pp.447-452. ⟨10.1007/s00114-014-1170-6⟩
Journal articles hal-01366881v1

Paleogenomic data suggest mammal-like genome size in the ancestral amniote and derived large genome size in amphibians.

C. Organ , A. Canoville , R.R. Reisz , M. Laurin
Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 2011, 24, pp.372-380. ⟨10.1111/j.1420-9101.2010.02176.x⟩
Journal articles hal-00629003v1

Early amniotes and their close relatives

Aurore Canoville , Michel Laurin , Armand de Ricqlès
de Buffrénil, V.; de Ricqlès, A.,; Zylberberg, L.; Padian, K.; Laurin, M.; Quilhac, A. Vertebrate Skeletal Histology and Paleohistology, CRC Press, pp.363-384, 2021
Book sections hal-03500073v1
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Microstructure of Vertebrae, Ribs, and Gastralia of Triassic Sauropterygians—New Insights into the Microanatomical Processes Involved in Aquatic Adaptations of Marine Reptiles

Nicole Klein , Aurore Canoville , Alexandra Houssaye
The Anatomical Record: Advances in Integrative Anatomy and Evolutionary Biology, 2019, 302 (10), pp.1770-1791. ⟨10.1002/ar.24140⟩
Journal articles hal-02351319v1

Evolution of bone microanatomy of the tetrapod tibia and its use in palaeobiological inference

A. Kriloff , D. Germain , A. Canoville , P. Vincent , M. Sache , et al.
Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 2008, 21 (3), pp.807-826. ⟨10.1111/j.1420-9101.2008.01512.x⟩
Journal articles mnhn-02961244v1

Bone microanatomy and lifestyle: A descriptive approach

Michel Laurin , Aurore Canoville , D. Germain
Comptes Rendus. Palevol, 2011, 10 (5-6), pp.381-402. ⟨10.1016/j.crpv.2011.02.003⟩
Journal articles istex mnhn-02961267v1

Use of paleontological and molecular data in supertrees for comparative studies: the example of lissamphibian femoral microanatomy.

M. Laurin , A. Canoville , A. Quilhac
Journal of Anatomy, 2009, 215, pp.110-123
Journal articles hal-00548809v1

Evolution of humeral microanatomy and lifestyle in amniotes, and some comments on paleobiological inferences.

A. Canoville , M. Laurin
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 2010, 100 (2), pp.384-406
Journal articles hal-00551268v1