Eric Ekdale
Eric Ekdale
Research Scientist, Department of Biology, San Diego State University
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Late Cretaceous relatives of rabbits, rodents, and other extant eutherian mammals
JD Archibald, AO Averianov, EG Ekdale
Nature 414 (6859), 62-65, 2001
Comparative anatomy of the bony labyrinth (inner ear) of placental mammals
EG Ekdale
PLoS One 8 (6), e66624, 2013
Form and function of the mammalian inner ear
EG Ekdale
Journal of anatomy 228 (2), 324-337, 2016
The comparative osteology of the petrotympanic complex (ear region) of extant baleen whales (Cetacea: Mysticeti)
EG Ekdale, A Berta, TA Deméré
PloS one 6 (6), e21311, 2011
Petrosal bones of placental mammals from the Late Cretaceous of Uzbekistan
EG Ekdale, JD Archibald, AO Averianov
Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 49 (1), 2004
Ontogenetic Variation in the Bony Labyrinth of Monodelphis domestica (Mammalia: Marsupialia) Following Ossification of the Inner Ear Cavities
EG Ekdale
The Anatomical Record: Advances in Integrative Anatomy and Evolutionary …, 2010
Review of the cetacean nose: form, function, and evolution
A Berta, EG Ekdale, TW Cranford
The Anatomical Record 297 (11), 2205-2215, 2014
Anatomical evidence for low frequency sensitivity in an archaeocete whale: comparison of the inner ear of Zygorhiza kochii with that of crown Mysticeti
EG Ekdale, RA Racicot
Journal of Anatomy 226 (1), 22-39, 2015
Morphology and variation within the bony labyrinth of zhelestids (Mammalia, Eutheria) and other therian mammals
EG Ekdale, T Rowe
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 31 (3), 658-675, 2011
New material of the Late Cretaceous deltatheroidan mammal Sulestes from Uzbekistan and phylogenetic reassessment of the metatherian-eutherian dichotomy
AO Averianov, JD Archibald, EG Ekdale
Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 8 (3), 301-330, 2010
A large carnivorous mammal from the Late Cretaceous and the North American origin of marsupials
GP Wilson, EG Ekdale, JW Hoganson, JJ Calede, A Vander Linden
Nature communications 7 (1), 1-10, 2016
Morphological variation in the ear region of Pleistocene Elephantimorpha (Mammalia, Proboscidea) from central Texas
EG Ekdale
Journal of Morphology 272 (4), 452-464, 2011
Vascularization of the Gray Whale Palate (Cetacea, Mysticeti, Eschrichtius robustus): Soft Tissue Evidence for an Alveolar Source of Blood to Baleen
EG Ekdale, TA Deméré, A Berta
The Anatomical Record 298 (4), 691-702, 2015
Morphological variation among the inner ears of extinct and extant baleen whales (Cetacea: Mysticeti)
EG Ekdale
Journal of Morphology 277 (12), 1599-1615, 2016
Tongue and Hyoid Musculature and Functional Morphology of a Neonate Gray Whale (Cetacea, Mysticeti, Eschrichtius robustus)
SS Kienle, EG Ekdale, JS Reidenberg, TA Deméré
The Anatomical Record 298 (4), 660-674, 2015
Evolution of the middle and inner ears of mammaliaforms: the approach to mammals
ZX Luo, JA Schultz, EG Ekdale
Evolution of the vertebrate ear, 139-174, 2016
Comment on "Independent Origins of Middle Ear Bones in Monotremes and Therians" (I)
GS Bever, T Rowe, EG Ekdale, TE Macrini, C Matthew W, AM Balanoff
Science 309 (5740), 1492, 2005
Morphometrics and Structure of Complete Baleen Racks in Gray Whales (Eschrichtius robustus) From the Eastern North Pacific Ocean
S Young, TA DeméRé, EG Ekdale, A Berta, N Zellmer
The Anatomical Record 298 (4), 703-719, 2015
From teeth to baleen and raptorial to bulk filter feeding in mysticete cetaceans: the role of paleontological, genetic, and geochemical data in feeding evolution and ecology
A Berta, A Lanzetti, EG Ekdale, TA Deméré
Integrative and Comparative Biology 56 (6), 1271-1284, 2016
Variation within the bony labyrinth of mammals
EG Ekdale
The University of Texas at Austin, 2009
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