Nature of laminations and mineralization in rhinoceros enamel using histology and X-ray synchrotron microtomography : Potential implications for palaeoenvironmental isotopic studies

@inproceedings{Tafforeau2007NatureOL,
  title={Nature of laminations and mineralization in rhinoceros enamel using histology and X-ray synchrotron microtomography : Potential implications for palaeoenvironmental isotopic studies},
  author={Paul Tafforeau and Ilhem Bentaleb and J. -J. Jaeger and C{\'e}line Martin},
  year={2007}
}
Incremental features of rhinoceros molar enamel were studied quantitatively on histological slices. The different kinds of incremental features of enamel were related to one another and counted to determine the rate and duration of crown formation and to clarify the status of the laminations. The mineralization and the microstructure of the enamel were examined in a rhinoceros molar germ using X-ray synchrotron microtomography respectively using absorption and phase contrast mode at different… CONTINUE READING

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