[Histonet] skeletochronology question
Malcolm.McCallum <@t> tamut.edu
Mon Jul 23 13:43:01 CDT 2007
A student and I recently did some skeletochronology on some salamanders. We found a segment of animals with no growth lines (< 1 yr) and then animals up to 11 yrs old. There was no relationship between age and body size. Still, the growth rings were present in the bone. Differences in growth between years was evident, but clearly they were not growing! This seems to suggest that the growth rings are not useful for modeling growth in this species, or that they reach maximum growth within their first year.
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Subject: [Histonet] Pipettes Calibration
Pls we are trying to calibrate our pipettes, so i will appreciate it, if you guys could suggest some ideas to me, on how to go about doing this.
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