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    Netters,

    One unit of a biomechanics course I'm involved with is "comparative
    anatomy" between species. Much has been done with a number species
    (e.g., dog, cat, pig, etc.) but I have found scant information on the
    lumbar vertebrae of kangaroos and elephants (isn't there a song about
    kangaroos and elephants?).

    I am interested in:
    - anthropometric studies
    - mechanical properties
    - intervertebral disk characteristics - glycoprotein content,
    collagen orientation, etc.

    Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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    Marc Pizzimenti email: Marc_Pizzimenti@uiowa.edu
    Graduate Student mpizzim@blue.weeg.uiowa.edu
    The University of Iowa
    Department of Exercise Science
    Iowa City, IA
    52242-1111
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