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Anatomy & histology Pdficon small.gif

Cane & Spearman 1967. A Histochemical study of keratinization in the domestic fowl (Gallus gallus) (From ILL: Pdficon small.gifcane&spearman1967.pdf)
Lönnberg E. 1904. On the homologies of the different pieces of the compound rhamphotheca of birds. Arkiv för Zoologi 1:479–512. (From Google books: Pdficon small.gifLonnberg 1904.pdf)

Jollie MT. 1957. The head skeleton of the chicken and remarks on the anatomy of this region in other birds. Journal of Morphology 100:389–436.

Kingsbury JW, Allen VG, Rotheram BG. 1953. The histological structure of the beak in the chick. The Anatomical Record 116:95–115.<DO NOT HAVE>

Stettenheim P. 1972. The integument of birds. In: Farner DS, King JR, editors. Avian Biology. New York: Academic Press. p 1-63. <available from lab library>

Spearman, R. I. C. 1966. The keratinization of epidermal scales, feathers, and hair. Biol. Rev. Cambridge Phil. Soc. 41: 59-96.<DO NOT HAVE>

Post-hatching growth Pdficon small.gif

Gosler AG. 1987. Pattern and process in bill morphology of the Great Tit Parus major. Ibis 129:451-479. <available from lab library>

Badyaev AV, Martin TE. 2000. Individual variation in growth trajectories: Phenotypic and genetic correlations in ontogeny of the house finch (Carpodacus mexicanus). Journal of Evolutionary Biology 13(2):290-301.

Grant, P.R. 1981. Patterns of growth in Darwin's Finches. Proc. Roy. Soc. Lond. B 212: 403±432.

Boag, P.T. 1984. Growth and allometry of external morphology in Darwin's finches (Geospiza) on Isla Daphne Major, Galapagos. J. Zool. 204: 413±441.<DO NOT HAVE, but discussed in Grant's 1986 book.>

Björklund, M. 1993. Phenotypic variation of growth trajectories in finches. Evolution 47: 1506-1514.

Ricklefs, R.E. 1968. Patterns of growth in birds. Ibis 110: 419±451.<DO NOT HAVE>

Ricklefs, R.E. 1979. PPatterns of Growth in Birds. V. A Comparative Study of Development in the Starling, Common Tern, and Japanese Quail. Auk 96: 10-30.

O'Connor, R.J. 1977. Differential growth and body composition in altricial passerines. Ibis 119: 147-166.

Lambert DM, Shepherd LD, Huynen L, Beans-Picón G, Walter GH, et al. 2009 The Molecular Ecology of the Extinct New Zealand Huia. PLoS ONE 4(11): e8019. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0008019.;jsessionid=2B71F8DDFB63DDB9C046755AE7D7A6D9.ambra02?articleURI=info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0008019

Bill wear & regrowth Pdficon small.gif

Ornelas, J. F. 1994. Serrate tomia: an adaptation for nectar-robbing in hummingbirds? Auk 111:703-710. Pdficon small.gif

Gosner, K. L. 1993. Scopate tomia: an adaptation for handling hard-shelled prey? Wilson Bull. 104:743-747. Pdficon small.gif

Ortiz-Crespo, F. I. 1972. A new method to separate adult and immature hummingbirds. Auk 89: 851-857. Pdficon small.gif

Palmer, R. S. 1972. Patterns of molting. _ In: Farner, D. S. and King, J. R. (eds), Avian Biology. Academic Press, New York, pp. 65-102.

HULSCHER, J. B. (1985). Growth and abrasion of the oystercatcher bill in relation to dietary switches. - Neth. J. Zool. 35, p. 124-154.<DO NOT HAVE>

SWENNEN, C., BRUYN, L. L. M. DE, DUIVEN, P., LEOPOLD, M. F. & MARTEIJN, E. C. L. (1983). Differences in bill form of the oystercatcher Haematopus ostralegus; a dynamic adaptation to specific foraging techniques. - Neth. J. Sea Res. 17, p. 57-83.<DO NOT HAVE>

Bonser, R. H. C. and M. S. Witter. 1993. Indentation Hardness of the Bill Keratin of the European Starling. Condor 95: 736-738.

Beak deformities Pdficon small.gif

Pomeroy, D. E. 1963. Birds with abnormal bills. Brit. Birds 55: 49-72. Pdficon small.gif

Thompson CW & Terkanian BA. 1991. Abnormally Long Bill in a Young Curve-Billed Thrasher. Journal of Field Ornithology. vol 62, no 2. p. 157-161. Pdficon small.gif

Brown, L. N. 1976. Prevalence of bill abnormalities in Florida Brown Thrashers. Fl. Field Nat. 4:11-13. Pdficon small.gif

Taylor, W.K. 1973. Bill deformities in two Florida birds. Fla. Field Nat., 1 : 6-8. Pdficon small.gif

Owen HC, Doneley RJT, Schmidt RE, Patterson-Kane JC 2007. Keratoacanthoma causing beak deformity in a budgerigar (Melopsittacus undulatus). Avian Pathol 36:499–502. Pdficon small.gif

Voisin, J-F., Mougin, J-L., Segonzac, M. & Ropert-Coudert, Y. 2002. Colour aberrations and physical deformities in the King Penguin Aptenodytes patagonicus at the Crozet Islands. Marine Ornithology 30: 1-4. Pdficon small.gif

Koski, M. A. Dermatologic diseases in psittacine birds: an investigational approach. Semin Avian Exotic Pet Med 2002. 11:105–124. Pdficon small.gif

D. O'Toole and M. F. Raisbeck 1997. Experimentally-induced selenosis of adult mallard ducks: clinical signs, lesions and toxicology. Vet Pathol. 34:330-340. Pdficon small.gif

Casaux, R. 2004. Beak deformation in a chick Antarctic Shag Phalacrocorax bransfieldensis. Marine Ornithology, 32: 109-110. Pdficon small.gif

Bartels T, Meyer W, Neurand K. 1991. Skin and plumage modifications in domestic birds. I. Skin modifications. Tierarztl Prax. 19: 649-658. [Article in German] Pdficon small.gif

Gill JH. 2001. Avian skin diseases. Vet Clin North Am Exot Anim Pract. 4(2):463-92. (File size too big to be uploaded!)

Beak development Pdficon small.gif

Clark GA. 1961. Occurance and timing of egg teeth in birds. Wilson Bulletin 73: 268-278.

Grant PR, Grant BR, Abzhanov A. 2006. A developing paradigm for the development of bird beaks. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society of London 88:17-22.

Hamburger V, Hamilton HL. 1951. A series of normal stages in the development of the chick embryo. Journal of Morphology 88:49–92.

Tonégawa Y. 1973. Inductive tissue interactions in the beak of a chick embryo. Development, Growth, and Differentiation 15:57–71.

Bartels T, Flachsbarth MF. 1994. Rasterelektronenmikroskopische Untersuchungen zur Entwicklung des vogelschnabels. Zoologischer Anzeiger 232:97–110.<DO NOT HAVE>

Schneider, R. A. 2005. Developmental mechanisms facilitating the evolution of bills and quills. J. Anat. (2005) 207, pp563–573.

Starck, J.M. 1998. Structural variants and invariants in avian embryonic and postnatal development. Avian Growth and Development (J. M. Starck & R. E. Ricklefs, eds), pp. 59±88. Oxford University Press, Oxford.<available form lab library>

van Noordwijk, A.J. & Marks, H.L. 1998. Genetic aspects of growth. In: Avian Growth and Development (J. M. Starck & R. E. Ricklefs, eds), pp. 305±323. Oxford University Press, Oxford.<available form lab library>

Abzhanov A, Kuo WP, Hartman C, Grant BR, Grant PR, Tabin CJ. 2006. The calmodulin pathway and evolution of elongated beak morphology in Darwin's finches. Nature (London) 442:563-567.

Abzhanov A, Protas M, Grant BR, Grant PR, Tabin CJ. 2004. Bmp4 and morphological variation of beaks in Darwin's Finches. Science (Washington, D C, 1883-) 305:1462-1465.

Abzhanov A, Rodda SJ, McMahon AP, Tabin CJ. 2007. Regulation of skeletogenic differentiation in cranial dermal bone. Development 134:3133-3144.

Wu P, Jiang T-X, Shen J-Y, Widelitz RB, Chuong C-M. 2006. Morphoregulation of avian beaks: comparative mapping of growth zone activities and morphological evolution. Developmental Dynamics 235:1400-1412.

Wu P, Jiang T-X, Suksaweang S, Widelitz RB, Chuong C-M. 2004. Molecular shaping of the beak. Science 305:1465-1466.


Hieronymus, Tobin L. 2009. Osteological Correlates of Cephalic Skin Structures in Amniota: Documenting the Evolution of Display and Feeding Structures with Fossil Data. Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Ohio University