The Digital Fish Library: using MRI to digitize, database, and document the morphological diversity of fish.

Systematic relationships of five newly sequenced cervid species.

Cervid phylogenetics has been puzzling researchers for over 150 years. In current many years, molecular systematics has offered new enter for each the help and revision of the earlier outcomes from comparative anatomy however has led to solely partial consensus. Despite all of the efforts to achieve taxon-wide species sampling over the past twenty years, a quantity of …

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Systematic comparison and reconstruction of sea urchin (Echinoidea) internal anatomy: a novel approach using magnetic resonance imaging.

Systematic comparison and reconstruction of sea urchin (Echinoidea) internal anatomy: a novel approach using magnetic resonance imaging.

BACKGROUNDTraditional comparative morphological analyses and subsequent three-dimensional reconstructions undergo from a quantity of drawbacks. This is especially evident within the case of mushy tissue research which can be technically demanding, time-consuming, and typically inclined to supply artefacts. These issues can partly be overcome by using non-invasive, destruction-free imaging strategies, specifically micro-computed tomography or magnetic resonance imaging.RESULTSHere, we …

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The Digital Fish Library: using MRI to digitize, database, and document the morphological diversity of fish.

The Digital Fish Library: using MRI to digitize, database, and document the morphological diversity of fish.

Museum fish collections possess a wealth of anatomical and morphological information which might be important for documenting and understanding biodiversity. Obtaining entry to specimens for analysis, nevertheless, is just not all the time sensible and ceaselessly conflicts with the want to keep the bodily integrity of specimens and the assortment as an entire. Non-invasive three-dimensional (3D) …

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