Published Illustrations

  1. In press: Crompton, AW. Masticatory motor programs in Australian herbivorous mammals: Diprotodontia. Int Comp Biol.

  2. 2011: AW Crompton and Catherine Musinsky. How dogs lap: ingestion and intraoral transport in Canis familiaris.  Biol. Lett. published online 25 May 2011

  3. 2010: Crompton, AW, T Owerkowicz and J Skinner. Masticatory Motor Pattern in the Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus): A comparison of jaw movements in marsupial and placental herbivores. In: J Exp Zool 313A.

  4. 2008: Crompton, AW, DE Lieberman, T Owerkowicz, RV Baudinette and J Skinner. Motor control of masticatory movements in the Southern hairy-nosed wombat (Lasiorhinus latifrons). In: Primate Craniofacial Function and Biology. CJ Vinyard, MJ Ravosa & CE Wall [eds]. New York: Springer.

  5. 2008: Crompton, AW, J Barnet, DE Lieberman, T Owerkowicz, J Skinner and RV Baudinette. Control of jaw movements in two species of macropodines (Macropus eugenii and Macropus rufus). Comp Biochem Physiol A: Mol Integr Physiol. 150:109-123.

  6. 2008: Crompton, AW, RZ German and AJ Thexton. Development of the movement of the epiglottis in infant and juvenile pigs. Zoology 111:339-349.

  7. 2007: Thexton,AJ, AW Crompton and RZ German. Electromyographic activity during the reflex pharyngeal swallow in the pig: Doty and Bosma (1956) revisited. J Appl Physiol 102:587-600.

  8. 2006: Crompton, AW, DE Lieberman and S Aboela. Tooth orientation during occlusion and functional significance of condylar translation in primates and herbivores. In: MT Carrano, TJ Gaudin, RW Blob, JR Wible [eds]. Amniote paleobiology: perspectives on the evolution of mammals, birds, and reptiles: a volume honoring James Allen Hopson. University of Chicago Press, Chicago & London. 2006: i-vi. 367-388.

  9. 2004: Thexton, AJ, AW Crompton, T Owerkowicz and RZ German. Correlation between intraoral pressures and tongue movements in the suckling pig. Arch of Oral Biol 49: 567-575.

  10. 2004: German RZ, AW Crompton and AJ Thexton. The role of animal models in understanding feeding behavior in infants. Int J Orofacial Myology 30:20-30.

  11. 2004: German, RZ, AW Crompton, T Owerkowicz and AJ Thexton. Volume and rate of milk delivery as determinates of swallowing in an infant model. Dysphagia 19:147-154.

  12. 2003: Owerkowicz, T and AW Crompton. Scaling of respiratory turbinates and trachea in mammals and birds. SICB Annual Meeting & Exhibition, Final Program & Abstracts, 267.

  13. 2002: Crompton, AW, DE Lieberman and T Owerkowicz. Control of jaw movements in the hairy-nosed wombat. J Int Comp Biol 42:1215.

  14. 2000 Lieberman, DE and AW Crompton. Why fuse the mandibular symphysis? A comparative analysis. Amer J Phy Anthro 112:517-540.

  15. 1998: Thexton, AJ, AW Crompton and RZ German. Transition from suckling to drinking at weaning: a kinematic and electromyographic study in miniature pigs. J Exp Zool 280: 327-345.

  16. 1997: Crompton, AW, RZ German and AJ Thexton. Mechanisms of swallowing and airway protection in infant mammals (Sus domesticus and Macaca fascicularis). J Zool Lond 241: 89-102.

  17. 1995: Crompton, AW and DE Lieberman. The role of a mobile mandibular symphysis in mammals. In: Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Dental Morphology. RG Radiavski [ed]. p 417.

  18. 1995: Stern, D.N. and AW Crompton. A study of enamel organization, from reptiles to mammals. In: Aspects of Dental Biology: Paleontology, Anthropology and Evolution. J Moggi-Cecchi [ed], International Institute for the study of Man. Florence. 1-25.

  19. 1995: Crompton, AW. Masticatory function in non-mammalian cynodonts and early mammals. In: Functional Morphology in Vertebrate Paleontology. JJ Thomason [ed], Cambridge University Press. 55-75.