Essays about: "geometric morphometrics"

Found 3 essays containing the words geometric morphometrics.

  1. 1. Brain morphology and behavioural variation in relation to habitat and predation risk in minnows (Phoxinus phoxinus)

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Limnologi; Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för biologisk grundutbildning

    Author : Marina Gallego González; [2022]
    Keywords : brain size; Ecology; environmental complexity; European minnow; fish; geometric morphometrics; morphological divergence; phenotypic plasticity; schooling.;

    Abstract : So far, research on inter- and intraspecific teleost brain plasticity across different freshwater environments has been widely conducted. However, insights of brain morphological variation on social and predator avoidance behaviours are lacking. READ MORE

  2. 2. Dynamics of Selachian (Shark) Dental Morphology During the Early Mesozoic

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för geovetenskaper

    Author : Alexander Paxinos; [2017]
    Keywords : Early Mesozoic; Selachii; morphological disparity; geometric morphometrics; early radiation; Tidig Mesozoisk; Selachimorpha; morfologisk disparitet; geometrisk morfometri; tidig strålning;

    Abstract : The ancestors of all modern day sharks and rays (Neoselachii) may have appeared during the Late Palaeozoic, but their major diversification happened sometime during the Early Mesozoic. Taxonomic evidence places the first neoselachian diversification in the Early Jurassic. READ MORE

  3. 3. Squamation in Andreolepis from the late Silurian of Sweden

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Uppsala universitet/Evolution och utvecklingsbiologiInstitutionen för biologisk grundutbildning

    Author : Donglei Chen; [2010]
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    Abstract : The origin of osteichthyans (bony fishes and tetrapods) dates back to the Late Silurian, but theearly evolution of osteichthyans is poorly understood. Andreolepis is one of the oldest knownosteichthyans, but exclusively documented by detached and fragmented dermal microremains. READ MORE