Susan Rehorek
Susan Rehorek
Professor of Biology, Slippery Rock University
Verified email at sru.edu
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Inquiry-Based Teaching
SJ Rehorek
The American Biology Teacher 66 (7), 493-499, 2004
502004
Inquiry-Based Teaching
SJ Rehorek
The American Biology Teacher 66 (7), 493-499, 2004
502004
Squamate Harderian gland: an overview
SJ Rehorek
The Anatomical Record: An Official Publication of the American Association …, 1997
431997
The structure of the nasal chemosensory system in squamate reptiles. 2. Lubricatory capacity of the vomeronasal organ
SJ Rehorek, BT Firth, MN Hutchinson
Journal of biosciences 25 (2), 181-190, 2000
352000
From the eye to the nose: ancient orbital to vomeronasal communication in tetrapods?
WJ Hillenius, SJ Rehorek
Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 10, 228-241, 2005
312005
Alligator tears: a reevaluation of the lacrimal apparatus of the crocodilians
SJ Rehorek, EJ Legenzoff, K Carmody, TD Smith, JC Sedlmayr
Journal of morphology 266 (3), 298-308, 2005
272005
Passage of Harderian gland secretions to the vomeronasal organ of Thamnophis sirtalis (Serpentes: Colubridae)
SJ Rehorek, WJ Hillenius, W Quan, M Halpern
Canadian journal of zoology 78 (7), 1284-1288, 2000
262000
The structure of the nasal chemosensory system in squamate reptiles. 1. The olfactory organ, with special reference to olfaction in geckos
SJ Rehorek, BT Firth, MN Hutchinson
Journal of biosciences 25 (2), 173-179, 2000
232000
Eye size at birth in prosimian primates: life history correlates and growth patterns
JR Cummings, MN Muchlinski, EC Kirk, SJ Rehorek, VB DeLeon, ...
PloS one 7 (5), 2012
192012
Development of the Lacrimal Apparatus in the Rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) and Its Potential Role as an Animal Model for Humans
SJ Rehorek, JR Holland, JL Johnson, JM Caprez, J Cray, MP Mooney, ...
Anatomy research international 2011, 2011
192011
The primate Harderian gland: does it really exist?
SJ Rehorek, TD Smith
Annals of Anatomy-Anatomischer Anzeiger 188 (4), 319-327, 2006
192006
Passage of tear duct fluids through the nasal cavity of frogs
WJ Hillenius, LK Watrobski, SJ Rehorek
Journal of Herpetology 35 (4), 701-704, 2001
192001
Can an orbital gland function in the vomeronasal sense? A study of the pygopodid Harderian gland
SJ Rehorek, BT Firth, MN Hutchinson
Canadian journal of zoology 78 (4), 648-654, 2000
182000
The orbitofacial glands of bats: An investigation of the potential correlation of gland structure with social organization
SJ Rehorek, TD Smith, KP Bhatnagar
The Anatomical Record: Advances in Integrative Anatomy and Evolutionary …, 2010
152010
Morphology of the Harderian gland of some Australian geckos
SJ Rehorek, BT Firth, MN Hutchison
Journal of Morphology 231 (3), 253-259, 1997
151997
Mapping bone cell distributions to assess ontogenetic origin of primate midfacial form
TD Smith, ES Kentzel, JM Cunningham, AE Bruening, KD Jankord, ...
American journal of physical anthropology 154 (3), 424-435, 2014
132014
One gland, two lobes: organogenesis of the “Harderian” and “nictitans” glands of the Chinese muntjac (Muntiacus reevesi) and fallow deer (Dama dama)
SJ Rehorek, WJ Hillenius, J Sanjur, NG Chapman
Annals of Anatomy-Anatomischer Anzeiger 189 (5), 434-446, 2007
132007
“A new lachrymal gland with an excretory duct in red and fallow deer” by Johann Jacob Harder (1694): English translation and historical perspective
WJ Hillenius, DA Phillips, SJ Rehorek
Annals of Anatomy-Anatomischer Anzeiger 189 (5), 423-433, 2007
102007
Concurrent 3-D visualization of multiple microscopic structures
SJ Rehorek, TD Smith
Modern Research and Educational Topics in Microscopy 3, 917-923, 2007
102007
The Harderian gland of two species of snakes: Pseudonaja textilis (Elapidae) and Thamnophis sirtalis (Colubridae)
SJ Rehorek, M Halpern, BT Firth, MN Hutchinson
Canadian journal of zoology 81 (3), 357-363, 2003
102003
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