1. LeBlanc, A. R. H., S. R. Mohr, and M. W. Caldwell. 2019. Insights into the anatomy and functional morphology of durophagous mosasaurines (Squamata: Mosasauridae) from a new species of Globidens from Morocco. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society.
  2. Bertin, J. C. T., B. Thivichon-Prince, A. R. H. LeBlanc, M. W. Caldwell, L. Viriot. 2018. Current perspectives on tooth implantation, attachment, and replacement in Amniota. Frontiers in Physiology, section Craniofacial Biology and Dental Research.
  3. LeBlanc, A. R. H., K. S. Brink, M. Whitney, F. Abdala, R. R. Reisz. 2018. Dental ontogeny in extinct synapsids reveals a complex evolutionary history of the mammalian tooth attachment system. Proceedings of the Royal Society B DOI: 1098/rspb.2018.1792.
  4. Chen, J., A. R. H. LeBlanc, J. Liyong, T. Huang, R. R. Reisz. 2018. Tooth development, histology, and enamel microstructure in Changchunsaurus parvus: implications for dental evolution in ornithopod dinosaurs. PLoS One DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0205206.
  5. LeBlanc, A. R. H., M. J. MacDougall, Y. Haridy, D. Scott, and R. R. Reisz. 2018. Caudal autotomy as anti-predatory behaviour in Palaeozoic reptiles. Scientific Reports doi:10.1038/s41598-018-21526-3.
  6. Lamoureux, D. O., A. R. H. LeBlanc, and M. W. Caldwell. 2018. Tooth germ initiation patterns in a developing dentition: an in vivo study of Xenopus laevis tadpoles. Journal of Morphology DOI: 10.1002/jmor.20797.
  7. Haridy, Y., A. R. H. LeBlanc, and R. R. Reisz. 2017. The Permian reptile Opisthodontosaurus carrolli: A model for acrodont tooth replacement and dental ontogeny. Journal of Anatomy DOI: 10.1111/joa.12754.
  8. Bramble, K, A. R. H. LeBlanc, D. O. Lamoureux, M. Wosik, and P. J. Currie. 2017. Histological evidence for a dynamic dental battery in hadrosaurid dinosaurs. Scientific Reports DOI:10.1038/s41598-017-16056-3.
  9. LeBlanc, A. R. H., K. S. Brink, T. M. Cullen, and R. R. Reisz. 2017. Evolutionary implications of tooth attachment versus tooth implantation: a case study using dinosaur, crocodilian, and mammal teeth. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology DOI 10.1080/02724634.2017.1354006.
  10. LeBlanc, A. R. H., D. O. Lamoureux, and M. W. Caldwell. 2017. Mosasaurs and snakes have a periodontal ligament: timing and extent of calcification, not tissue complexity, determines tooth attachment mode in reptiles. Journal of Anatomy DOI: 10.1111/joa.12686.
  11. LeBlanc, A. R. H., R. R. Reisz, D. C. Evans, and A. M. Bailleul. 2016. Ontogeny reveals function and evolution of the hadrosaurid dinosaur dental battery. BMC: Evolutionary Biology 16:152 DOI 10.1186/s12862-016-0721-1.
  12. Fong, R. K. M., A. R. H. LeBlanc, D. S. Berman, and R. R. Reisz. 2016. Dental histology of Coelophysis bauri and the evolution of tooth attachment tissues in early dinosaurs. Journal of Morphology DOI 10.1002/jmor.20545.
  13. LeBlanc, A. R. H., R. R. Reisz, K. S. Brink, and F. Abdala. 2016. Mineralized periodontia in extinct relatives of mammals shed light on the evolutionary history of mineral homeostasis in periodontal tissue maintenance. Journal of Clinical Periodontology 43:323–332.
  14. Reisz, R. R., A. R. H. LeBlanc, C. A. Sidor, D. Scott, and W. May. 2015. A new captorhinid reptile from the Lower Permian of Oklahoma showing remarkable dental and mandibular convergence with microsaurian tetrapods. Science of Nature 102:50.
  15. LeBlanc, A. R. H., A. K. Brar, W. May, and R. R. Reisz. 2015. Multiple tooth-rowed captorhinids from the early Permian fissure fills of the Bally Mountain Locality of Oklahoma. Vertebrate Anatomy Morphology Palaeontology 1:35–49.
  16. Brink, K. S., R. R. Reisz, A. R. H. LeBlanc, R. S. Chang, Y. C. Lee, C. C. Chiang, T. Huang, and D. C. Evans. 2015. Developmental and evolutionary novelty in the serrated teeth of theropod dinosaurs. Scientific Reports 5: 12338.
  17. LeBlanc, A. R. H., and R. R. Reisz. 2015. Patterns of tooth development in captorhinid reptiles, a comparative approach for understanding the origin of multiple tooth rows. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology e919928.
  18. Field, D. J., A. R. H. LeBlanc, A. Gao, A. D. Behlke. 2015. Pelagic neonatal fossils support precocial life history of Cretaceous mosasaurs. Palaeontology DOI: 10.1111/pala.12165
  19. LeBlanc, A. R. H., and R. R. Reisz. 2014. New postcranial material of the early caseid Casea broilii Williston, 1910 (Synapsida: Caseidae) with a review of the evolution of the sacrum in Paleozoic non-mammalian synapsids. PLoS ONE 9:e115734.
  20. Brink, K. S., A. R. H. LeBlanc, and R. R. Reisz. 2014. First record of plicidentine in Synapsida and patterns of tooth root shape change in Early Permian sphenacodontians. Naturwissenschaften DOI 10.1007/s00114-014-1228-5.
  21. MacDougall, M. J., A. R. H. LeBlanc, and R. R. Reisz. 2014. Plicidentine in the Early Permian parareptile Colobomycter pholeter, and its phylogenetic and functional significance among coeval members of the clade. PLOS one 9:e96559.
  22. LeBlanc, A. R. H., and R. R. Reisz. 2013. Periodontal ligament, cementum, and alveolar bone in the oldest herbivorous tetrapods, and their evolutionary significance. PLOS one 8:e74697.
  23. Reisz, R. R., T. D. Huang, E. M. Roberts, S. Peng, C. Sullivan, K. Stein, A. R. H. LeBlanc, D. Shieh, R. Chang, C. Chiang, C. Yang, and S. Zhong. 2013. Embryology of Early Jurassic dinosaur from China with evidence of preserved organic remains. Nature 496:210–214.
  24. LeBlanc, A. R. H., M. W. Caldwell and J. Lindgren. 2013. Aquatic adaptation, cranial kinesis, and the skull of the mosasaurine mosasaur Plotosaurus bennisoni. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 33:349–362.
  25. LeBlanc, A. R. H., M. W. Caldwell and N. Bardet. 2012. A new mosasaurine from the Maastrichtian (Upper Cretaceous) phosphates of Morocco and its implications for mosasaurine systematics. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 32:82–104.




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