Nicola S. Heckeberg
Nicola S. Heckeberg
Museum für Naturkunde Berlin
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The Upper Marine Molasse (Burdigalian, Ottnangian) in Southwest Germany–facies interpretation and a new lithostratigraphic terminology [Die Obere Meeresmolasse (Burdigal …
N Heckeberg, M Pippèrr, B Läuchli, FUM Heimann, B Reichenbacher
Zeitschrift der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Geowissenschaften 161 (3), 285-302, 2010
122010
Systematic relationships of five newly sequenced cervid species
NS Heckeberg, D Erpenbeck, G Wörheide, GE Rössner
PeerJ 4, e2307, 2016
102016
Origination of antlerogenesis
NS Heckeberg
Journal of morphology 278 (2), 182-202, 2017
32017
ABOUT THE LIFETIME OF A SPINOSAUR TOOTH-NEW HISTOLOGIC INVESTIGATIONS OF TOOTH FORMATION RATES
N Heckeberg
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 29, 112A-112A, 2009
22009
New cervid cytochrome b sequences, new conundrums in cervid systematics
NS Heckeberg, D Erpenbeck, G Wörheide, GE Rössner
Mammalian Biology, 8, 2016
2016
On the phylogenetic position of the hornless pecoran Amphimoschus–an example of arising challenges with the incorporation of fossils in extant combined frameworks
GE Rössner, EV Bärmann, NS Heckeberg, RJ Asher, D Erpenbeck, ...
Zitteliana, 30-31, 2013
2013
Separating phylogenetic signals from trophic convergence in cervid dentition–implications from tooth morphology and 3D surface texture analysis
E Schulz, NS Heckeberg, GE Rössner
Zitteliana, 31-32, 2013
2013
A revision of cervid phylogeny using a total evidence approach
NS Heckeberg, GE Rössner, RJ Asher, G Wörheide
Zitteliana, 25, 2013
2013
PHYLOGENETIC POSITION OF PROCERVULUS (CERVIDAE, ARTIODACTYLA, MAMMALIA) AND IMPLICATIONS OF CHARACTER EVOLUTION IN CERVIDS
NS Heckeberg, GE Roessner, RJ Asher, G Woerheide
JOURNAL OF VERTEBRATE PALEONTOLOGY 32, 108-109, 2012
2012
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