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Jaap Hillenius

College of Charleston

Address: Department of Biology, 66 George Street, Charleston, SC 29424
Phone: 843.953.8083
E-mail: hilleniusw@cofc.edu



Education

Ph.D., 1992, Oregon State University


Research Interests

  • Vertebrate evolutionary morphology and paleobiology

Publications

  • Rehorek, S.J., Hillenius, W.J., Sanjur, J., and Chapman, N. In Press. One gland, two lobes: organogenesis of the “Harderian” and “nicticans” glands of the Chinese Muntjac (Muntiacus reevesi) and fallow deer (Dama dama). Submitted to: Annals of Anatomy.
  • Hillenius, W.J., Rehorek, S.J., and D.A. Phillips. In Press. “A new lachrymal gland with an excretory duct in red and fallow deer” by Johann Jacob Harder (1694): English translation and historical perspective. Submitted to: Annals of Anatomy.
  • Hillenius, W.J. 2005. Dinosaur physiology: Were dinosaurs warm-blooded? In: Encyclopedia of Life Sciences. Wiley, Chichester, UK. http://www.els.net/ [doi:10.1038/npg.els.0003323]
  • Rehorek, S.J., Hillenius, W.J., Kennaugh, J., and Chapman, N. 2005. The gland and the fossa: the preorbital apparatus of muntjacs. Pp. 152-158 in: Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 10. R.T. Mason, M.P. LeMaster, and D. Müller-Schwarze (eds.). Kluwer Academic, New York.
  • Hillenius, W.J. and Rehorek, S.J. 2005. From the eye to the nose: possible ancient orbital to vomeronasal communication in tetrapods? Pp. 228-241 in: Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 10. R.T. Mason, M.P. LeMaster, and D. Müller-Schwarze (eds.). Kluwer Academic, New York.