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Geometric morphometrics of the wing as a tool for assigning genetic lineages and geographic origin to Melipona beecheii (Hymenoptera: Meliponini)
(SPRINGER FRANCE, 2011)
The stingless bee Melipona beecheii presents great variability and is considered a complex of species. In order to better understand this species complex, we need to evaluate its diversity and develop methods that allow ...
Geometric morphometrics and the study of biologic shapes: From descriptive to quantitative morphology Morfometría geométrica y el estudio de las formas biológicas: De la morfología descriptiva a la morfología cuantitativa
Morphometrics is the study of co-variation of biological form and its causes. Its development over the last decades has reached several biological sciences with a traditional descriptive approach, such as morphological ...
Morphometrics of Leptoplastides marianus (Hoek) (Trilobita, Olenidae) from the Tremadocian of north-western Argentina: taxonomic implications
(Cambridge University Press, 2018-02)
Morphometrics can be an important tool in systematic studies, providing taxonomists with strong elements of quantification and formal hypothesis testing. Here, these tools are tested for the trilobite Leptoplastides marianus ...
Nasal profile assessment using geometric morphometrics in a sample of Chilean population. Clinical and forensic implications Evaluación del perfil nasal mediante morfometría geométrica en una muestra de población Chilena. Implicancias clínicas y forenses
(Universidad de la Frontera, 2012)
The search of morphological patterns of nasal profile using traditional morphometrics has been the goal of several studies aiming to orient therapeutical planning and forensic techniques such as facial reconstruction. The ...
Geometric morphometrics in ammonoids based on virtual modelling
(Coquina Press, 2021-09)
Linear morphometrics is the most widely applied technique to study the variationof the conch morphology in ammonoids and other ectocochleate cephalopods. However,because this method frequently relies upon a few linear ...
Geometric morphometrics of the skull of Tinamidae (Aves, Palaeognathae)
(Elsevier Gmbh, 2010-12)
The Tinamidae comprise exclusively Neotropical palaegnathous birds, with homogeneous body morphology and no sexual dimorphism. The goal of this work was to explore the variation in skull morphology between taxa and its ...
Evaluation of Lingual Frenulum Using Geometric Morphometrics
(Sociedad Chilena de Anatomía, 2011)