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Predatory behaviour in mosasaurid squamates inferred from tooth microstructure and mineralogy
Cretaceous research (Print)
Please cite this article as: Owocki, K., Madzia, D., Predatory behaviour in mosasaurid squamates inferred from tooth microstructure and mineralogy, Cretaceous Research, https://doi.Dental morphology, microstructure and chemistry provide unique insights into various aspects 12 of the evolutionary history and ecology of extinct clades. However, most studies have focused 13 exclusively on the morphological aspects of teeth, while there are significantly fewer detailed 14 accounts of toothdoi:10.1016/j.cretres.2020.104430 fatcat:me5knq7gzveavf3esp4hn4ugly