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  • Undergraduate Student Research Inquiry - Paleobiology

    An undergraduate student here at Bowling Green State University
    studying Paleobiology is interested in the non-avian Theropods. More
    specifically she is interested in the Ontogeny (the limits as to what
    these dinosaurs can do based on origin and the development from the
    fertilized egg to its mature form) or the Allometry (the relationship
    between size and shape and the changes as larger species
    developed). She would like to investigate if one or the other
    (Ontogeny or Allometry) contributed more to the movement/locomotive
    patterns and or
    eating mechanisms of the large non-avian Theropods.

    So, we are sending out this post to see if any individuals among this
    community have any literature or expertise related to this topic that
    may be of help to this aspiring Paleobiologist. Any help or insight
    on this topic will be of great interest. Please feel free to respond
    to me, Brian Campbell and I will forward the
    responses on to the student. Thanks a ton for your help.
    All the best.

    Brian M. Campbell, Ph.D.
    Assistant Professor in Biomechanics
    Kinesiology Division
    Bowling Green State University
    Bowling Green, Ohio 43403
    Office Phone: (419) 372-7228
    Biomechanics Lab: (419) 372-3496
    Fax: (419) 372-2153