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Harland et al. in-situ measurements of wool fibre cortex

By Duane Harland (4513654), James Vernon (4513675), Joy Woods (4513672), Shinobu Nagase (4513678), Takashi Itou (4513669), Kenzo Koike (4513666), David Scobie (4513663), Anita Grosvenor (4513660), Jolon Dyer (1766767) and Stefan Clerens (4224295)

Abstract

These data describe <i>in-situ</i> measurements of the cortical cell type distributions or cell lengths from confocal micrographs of merino wool fibres. The associated study, reported in the connected publication, used these data to test theories about the underlying mechanism of hair curvature in mammals. The study adhered fully to New Zealand ethics laws.<br

Topics: Animal Structure and Function, hair, wool, keratin, cortex, orthocortex, paracortex, confocal
Year: 2017
DOI identifier: 10.6084/m9.figshare.5500873
OAI identifier: oai:figshare.com:article/5500873
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