The Anatomical Record

The Anatomical Record (AR) provides a major forum for research dealing with diverse aspects of the organization of biological structure and its functional significance.

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The Anatomical Record ranks 2nd in the
Anatomy Morphology category in total
cites and articles published.


EB 2013 Sessions of Interest  ~  AR Highlights  ~ AR Special Issues ~ AR Media

Paleontology and Functional Anatomy

Monday, April 22, 2013 - 10:30am - 12:30pm

Lawrence M. Witmer, Ph.D. (Ohio University)
The Visible Dinosaur: Fleshing out dinosaur head anatomy and function with advanced 3D imaging

Carol Ward (University of Missouri)
The Evolution of Human Anatomy and Locomotion

Matt Ravosa (University of Notre Dame)
Integrative Experimental Approaches to Adaptive Interpretations of the Fossil Record

Imaging Modalities

Tuesday, April 23, 2013 - 10:30am - 12:30pm

Scott Fraser (California Institute of Technology)
Imaging the Cellular Dynamics and Signals that Pattern Embryos

Nadine Peyrieras (CNRS-NED Institut de Neurobiologie)
Recording and Statistical Analysis of Early Zebrafish Developmental Patterns Using In Vivo Multiphoton Microscopy

Charles Little (Kansas University Medical Center)
Integrating Cell and Tissue Motion Patterns during Early Embryogenesis: How Much “Cell Migration” Really Occurs?

AR Media
  • BBC Nature - In their paper in the journal The Anatomical Record, the researchers describe how the teeth of the tuatara's lower jaw close between two upper rows of teeth "before sliding forward to slice food apart like a draw-cut saw".
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