Enameloid microstructure of the serrated cutting edges in certain fossil carcharhiniform and lamniform sharks.

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The triple-layered enameloid organization of neoselachian teeth has proven to be a reliable systematic character of the group. This study uses scanning electron microscopy to investigate the orientation of the parallel enameloid bundles in the area of the serrated cutting edges in certain fossil elasmobranchs. The examined teeth come from two Upper… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/jemt.20811

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@article{Andreev2010EnameloidMO, title={Enameloid microstructure of the serrated cutting edges in certain fossil carcharhiniform and lamniform sharks.}, author={Plamen Andreev}, journal={Microscopy research and technique}, year={2010}, volume={73 7}, pages={704-13} }