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|Display all details of Juglandaceae nuts||Extant Fruits||Steven R. Manchester||38||33|
|Display all details of The NYITCOM Anatomy Collection||NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine Department of Anatomy||18||18|
|Display all details of TEMPO Mammals||Micro-CT scans and surfaces of extant mammals||3969||419|
|Display all details of CryptoVert||CryptoVert is an NSF funded TCN PEN (DBI 2001443) that aims to scan cryptobenthic marine fishes from the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County for both skeletal and soft-tissue anatomy.||169||115|
|Display all details of John Day Insect Eggs||Micro-CT scans and 3D models of insects eggs and nest from John Day Fossil Beds National Monument.||Lin, Angela||5||3|
|Display all details of MCZ - oVert||822||689|
|Display all details of de Vries et al. 2023 Prosimian premolars (p4s)||Dorien de Vries||237||118|
|Display all details of Ostrich (Struthio camelus) syrinx morphology and vocal repertoire across postnatal ontogeny and sex: implications for understanding vocal evolution in birds||4||4|
|Display all details of Jurassic Giants||The Upper Jurassic Morrison Formation (150-145 million years old) extends from northern Montana to Arizona and New Mexico, preserving some of the best windows into this time period anywhere on Earth. The models seen in this collection come from central Wyoming, Cañon City and Comanche National Grassland in southeastern Colorado.||Dougan, Lindsay||10||10|
|Display all details of Capuchin Feeding Ontogeny||These scan data were produced as part of National Science Foundation (NSF) funded research focused on understanding the ontogeny of the masticatory apparatus and feeding performance in tufted and untufted capuchins. Scans were generated at the University of Arkansas MicroCT Imaging Consortium for Research and Outreach (MICRO) with funding provided to Claire Terhune (NSF BCS-1945767) and Caitlin Yoakum (NSF BCS-1944642) and in association with grants to Myra Laird (NSF BCS-1945283), Megan Holmes (NSF BCS-1944915), and Janine Chalk (NSF BCS-1945771).||Terhune, Claire||220||61|