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SEM, EBSD, laser confocal microscopy and FE-SEM data from modern Glycymeris shell layers

Crippa, Gaia; Griesshaber, Erika; Checa González, Antonio G.; Harper, Elizabeth M.; Roda, Maria Simonet; Schmahl, Wolfgang W.;
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  • Published: 19 Nov 2020
  • Publisher: Editorial de la Universidad de Granada
  • Country: Spain
Abstract
GC acknowledges financial support of the 2017 Italian Ministry PRIN RX9XXY Project "Biota resilience to global change: biomineralization of planktic and benthic calcifiers in the past, present and future" to E. Erba. AGC is funded by project CGL2017-85118-P of the Spanish Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovacion, the Unidad Cientifica de Excelencia UCE-PP2016-05 of the University of Granada, and the Research Group RNM363 of the Junta de Andalucia.
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free text keywords: Bivalves, Aragonite, Crossed-lamellae, Myostracum, Shell textures, Shell microstructures

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