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    Clark, B. and Chaumel, J. and Johanson, Z. and Underwood, Charlie J. and Smith, M. and Dean, M. (2022) Bricks, trusses and superstructures: strategies for skeletal reinforcement in batted fishes (rays and skates). Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology 12 , ISSN 2296-634X.

    Johanson, Z. and Manzanares, E. and Underwood, Charlie J. and Clark, B. and Fernandez, V. and Smith, M. (2021) Ontogenetic development of the holocephalan dentition: Morphological transitions of dentine in the absence of teeth. Journal of Anatomy 239 (3), pp. 704-719. ISSN 0021-8782.

    Johanson, Z. and Manzanares, E. and Underwood, Charlie J. and Clark, B. and Fernandez, V. and Smith, M. (2020) Evolution of the dentition in holocephalans (Chondrichthyes) through tissue disparity. Integrative and Comparative Biology 60 (3), pp. 630-643. ISSN 1540-7063.

    Smith, M. and Manzanares, E. and Underwood, Charlie J. and Healy, C. and Clark, B. and Johanson, Z. (2020) Holocephalan (Chondrichthyes) dental plates with hypermineralized dentine as a substitute for missing teeth through developmental plasticity. Journal of Fish Biology 97 (1), pp. 16-27. ISSN 1095-8649.

    Bhanot, Krishan and Downes, Hilary and Petrone, C.M. and Humpheys-Williams, E. and Clark, B. (2020) Micro-CT investigation of garnet-spinel clusters in mantle peridotite xenoliths. Lithos 352-3 , p. 105250. ISSN 0024-4937.

    Smith, M. and Underwood, Charlie J. and Clark, B. and Kriwet, J. and Johanson, Z. (2018) Development and evolution of tooth renewal in neoselachian sharks as a model for transformation in chondrichthyan dentitions. Journal of Anatomy 232 , pp. 891-907. ISSN 0021-8782.

    Meredith Smith, M. and Underwood, Charlie J. and Clark, B. and Kriwet, J. and Johanson, Z. (2018) Development and evolution of tooth renewal in neoselachian sharks as a model for transformation in chondrichthyan dentitions. Journal of Anatomy 232 , pp. 891-907. ISSN 0021-8782.

    Dean, M.N. and Bizzarro, J.J. and Clark, B. and Underwood, Charlie J. and Johanson, Z. (2017) Large batoid fishes frequently consume stingrays despite skeletal damage. Royal Society Open Science 4 , ISSN 2054-5703.

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