Prondvai Edina

Tudományos publikációk

Prondvai E, Botfalvai G, Stein KHW, Szentesi Z, Ősi A. In press. Collection of the thinnest: a unique eggshell assemblage from the Late Cretaceous vertebrate locality of Iharkút (Hungary). Central European Geology

Prondvai E. 2016. Medullary bone in fossils: function, evolution and significance in growth curve reconstructions of extinct vertebrates. Journal of Evolutionary Biology (online December 2016, DOI: 10.1111/jeb.13019). 

Ősi,A, Prondvai E, Mallon J, Bodor ER. 2016. Diversity and convergences in the evolution of feeding adaptations in ankylosaurs (Dinosauria: Ornithischia). Historical Biology (online July 2016, DOI: 10.1080/08912963.2016.1208194).

Dyke G, Vremir M,  Brusatte SL, Bever GS, Buffetaut E, Chapman S, Csiki-Sava Z, Kellner A, Martin E,  Naish D,  Norell M, Ősi A,  Pinheiro FL, Prondvai E, Rabi M,  Rodrigues T, Steel L, Tong H,  Vila Nova BC, Witton M. 2015. Thalassodromeus sebesensis – a new name for an old turtle. Comment on “Thalassodromeus sebesensis, an out of place and out of time Gondwanan tapejarid pterosaur”, Grellet-Tinner and Codrea (online July 2014 DOI 10.1016/j.gr.2014.06.002). Gondwana Research, 27: 1680-1682.

Prondvai E. 2014. Comparative bone histology of rhabdodontid dinosaurs. Palaeovertebrata 38(2)-el. pp. 31, Online ISSN: 2274-0333.

Prondvai E., Stein, KHW. 2014. Medullary bone-like tissue in the mandibular symphyses of a pterosaur suggests non-reproductive significance. Scientific Reports. 4:6253 | DOI: 10.1038/srep06253. 

Prondvai, E., Stein, KHW., Ricqlès, A. de, Cubo, J. 2014. Development-based revision of bone tissue classification: the importance of semantics for science. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 112: 799-816. 

Prondvai, E. Bodor, ER., Ősi, A. 2014. Does morphology reflect osteohistology-based ontogeny? A case study of Late Cretaceous pterosaur jaw symphyses from Hungary reveals hidden taxonomic diversity. Paleobiology, 40: 288-321. 

Botfalvai, G., Prondvai, E., Ősi, A. 2014. Inferred bite marks on a Late Cretaceous (Santonian) bothremydid turtle and a hylaeochampsid crocodilian from Hungary. Cretaceous Research, 50: 304-317. 

Ősi, A., Codrea, V., Prondvai, E., Csiki-Sava, Z. 2014. New ankylosaurian material from the Upper Cretaceous of Transylvania. Annales de Paléontologie, 100(3): 257-271.

Stein, K., Prondvai, E. 2014. Rethinking the nature of fibrolamellar bone: an integrative biological revision of sauropod plexiform bone formation. Biological Reviews, 89: 24-47.

Ősi, A., E. Pozsgai, G. Botfalvai, A. Götz, E. Prondvai, L. Makádi, Zs. Hajdu, D. Csengődi, G. Czirják, K. Sebe, Z. Szentesi. (2013). The first report of Triassic vertebrate assemblages from the Villány Hills (Southern Hungary). Central European Geology.

Stein, K., és Prondvai, E. 2013. Rethinking the nature of fibrolamellar bone: an integrative biological revision of sauropod plexiform bone formation. Biological Reviews, n/a. doi: 10.1111/brv.12041

Ősi, A., és Prondvai, E. 2013. Sympatry of two ankylosaurs (Hungarosaurus and cf. Struthiosaurus) in the Santonian of Hungary, Cretaceous Research, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cretres.2013.03.006

Ősi, A., E. Prondvai, R. Butler, D.B. Weishampel. 2012. Phylogeny, histology and inferred body size evolution in a new rhabdodontid dinosaur from the late cretaceous of Hungary. PLoS ONE 7(9): e44318. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0044318

Prondvai, E., K. Stein, A. Ősi, P.M. Sander. 2012. Life history of Rhamphorhynchus inferred from bone histology, and the diversity of pterosaurian growth strategies. PLoS ONE 7(2): e31392. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0031392.

Prondvai, E. és Ősi, A. 2011. Potential for intracranial movements in pterosaurs. The Anatomical Record, 294 (5): 813–830.

Ősi, A., E. Buffetaut, E. Prondvai. 2011. New pterosaurian remains from the Late Cretaceous (Santonian) of Hungary (Iharkút, Csehbánya Formation). Cretaceous Research, 32 (4): 456–463.

Buffetaut, E., A. Ősi, E. Prondvai. 2010. The pterosaurian remains from the Grünbach Formation (Campanian, Gosau Group) of Austria: a reappraisal. Geological Magazine. 148: 334–339.

Ősi, A., E. Prondvai, B. Géczy. 2010. The history of Late Jurassic pterosaurs housed in Hungarian collections and the revision of the holotype of Pterodactylus micronyx Meyer, 1856 (the „Pester Exemplar”). Special Publications of the Geological Society. 343: 277–286.

Ősi, A., E. Prondvai, E. Frey, B. Pohl. 2010. New interpretation of the palate of pterosaurs. The Anatomical Record, 293 (2): 243–258.

Ősi, A. és Prondvai, E. 2009. Forgotten pterosaurs in Hungarian collections: first description of Rhamphorhynchus and Pterodactylus specimens. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie – Abhandlungen, 252 (2): 167–180.

Prondvai, E. és Hone, D.W.E. 2009. New models for the wing extension in pterosaurs. Historical Biology20 (4): 237–254.

Ismeretterjesztő publikációk

Prondvai, E. 2010. „Félautomata” pteroszauruszok. Természet Világa, 141(7): 313-315.

Prondvai, E. 2010. Ősi hódítók a levegőben I. Élet és Tudomány, 65(36): 1136-1139.

Prondvai, E. 2010. Ősi hódítók a levegőben II. Élet és Tudomány, 65(37): 1168-1171.

Prondvai, E. 2010. Ősi hódítók a levegőben III. Élet és Tudomány, 65(38): 1196-1199.

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