Again he directs his eyes forward; they slowly traverse that malign and awful crest
. He addresses a calm word to his bugler.
"It was important that we looked at previous crests
and our proud history for inspiration when we were adapting the crest
," he added.
Montana State University paleontologists Elizabeth Freedman Fowler and Jack Horner described the large duck-billed dinosaurs with strangely tiny nasal crests
November 11 in PLOS ONE.
The team then applied a modified version of the technique to skin cells from healthy adults and found that the skin cells became neural crests
at a rate similar to the team's previous experiments.
I recently bought a whole album of these crests
from a flea market in Abergavenny - a page from the album is reproduced here.
Washington, Feb 1 ( ANI ): Scientists have decoded the genetic blueprint of the rock pigeon, revealing secrets about pigeons' Middle East origins, feral pigeons' kinship with escaped racing birds and how mutations give pigeons traits like feather head crests
David Evans reveals that the large, bizarre-shaped crests
of the duck-billed dinosaurs called lambeosaurs were used as a means of communication.
Both William and Harry are thought to have requested the symbol of a scallop shell to feature on their crests
Japan has a rich tradition of graphically distinctive family crests
emblematically symbolism high court nobility's family names during and after the 12th century.
County sponsors and sports retailers Elverys are currently drawing up a number of new crests
and will present them in January.
The newly designed crests
will be presented alongside a detailed explanation of how each one has been developed.