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Infant, Iowa Tarkio Valley Giant Ground Sloth. Megalonyx jeffersonii (Desmarest, 1822). SUI 130544A

Holmes A. Semken
Specimen exposed during 1993 flood. Discovered in creek bed by Bob and Sonia Athen in 2001. Tiemann specimens recovered from under cut bank. Athen specimens in creek bed or under south bank. Specimens from this site include: Megalonyx jeffersoni 101037 (adult), 102849 (juvenile), 130544 (infant), and Paramylodon harlani 116925.

Adult, Iowa Tarkio Valley Giant Ground Sloth. Megalonyx jeffersonii (Desmarest, 1822). SUI 101037A

Holmes A. Semken
Specimen exposed during 1993 flood. Discovered in creek bed by Bob and Sonia Athen in 2001. Tiemann specimens recovered from under cut bank. Athen specimens in creek bed or under south bank. Specimens from this site include: Megalonyx jeffersoni 101037 (adult), 102849 (juvenile), 130544 (infant), and Paramylodon harlani 116925.

Juvenile, Iowa Tarkio Valley Giant Ground Sloth. Megalonyx jeffersonii (Desmarest, 1822). SUI 102849A

Holmes A. Semken
Specimen exposed during 1993 flood. Discovered in creek bed by Bob and Sonia Athen in 2001. Tiemann specimens recovered from under cut bank. Athen specimens in creek bed or under south bank. Specimens from this site include: Megalonyx jeffersoni 101037 (adult), 102849 (juvenile), 130544 (infant), and Paramylodon harlani 116925.

Adult, Juvenile, and Infant, Iowa Tarkio Valley Giant Ground Sloth. Megalonyx jeffersonii (Desmarest, 1822)

Holmes A. Semken
Specimens exposed during 1993 flood. Discovered in creek bed by Bob and Sonia Athen in 2001. Tiemann specimens recovered from under cut bank. Athen specimens in creek bed or under south bank. Specimens from this site include: Megalonyx jeffersoni 101037 (adult), 102849 (juvenile), 130544 (infant), and Paramylodon harlani 116925.

Lung Anatomy + Particle Deposition (lapd) Mouse Archive

Reinhard R. Beichel, Robb W. Glenny, Christian Bauer, Melissa Krueger & Wayne J. Lamm
The mouse is the most commonly used animal model for toxicology risk assessments and tobacco smoke exposure. Because it is not possible to study every substance exposure or varying exposure conditions, mathematical models and computer simulations are employed to fill the gap or to extend the range of experimental data. However, computational toxicology is limited in its application to mouse inhalation exposure studies because of the lack of high-resolution accurate airway geometries needed for modeling...

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