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Variations in Scale Morphology between Sexes of the Spotted Barb, Puntius Binotatus (Valenciennes, 1842) (Actinopterygii: Cyprinidae)
Scale morphology provides new and useful information for systematics. Scales have numerous hidden details in their structures that contribute effectively to fish identification and classification. AExpand
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Sexual dimorphism in the shape of the primary wing and tail feathers of the sky blue parakeet (budgerigar), Melopsittacus undulatus (Shaw, 1805) (Psittaciformes: Psittacidae)
Difference between sexes was quantified in this study using outline basedgeometric morphometric analysis on the shape of the primary wing and tail feathers of the sky blue strain of parakeet birdExpand
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Shell Shapes of the Chinese Pond Mussel Sinanodonta woodiana (Lea, 1834) from Lawis Stream in Iligan City and Lake Lanao in Mindanao, Philippines
This study aimed to determine morphological variation within and between two populations of S.woodiana (Lea, 1834) from Lake Lanao, Marantao and Lawis stream, Iligan City using elliptic FourierExpand
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Describing the body shapes of three populations of Sardinellafimbriata (Valenciennes, 1847) from Mindanao Island, Philippinesusing relative warp analysis
Geometric morphometric analysis was used to describe the variations in body shape existing in Sardinellafimbriata sampled from Butuan Bay, Dipolog Bay, and Pagadian Bay in Mindanao, Philippines. AExpand
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Relative warps and Correlation Analysis based on Distances of the morphological shape of the shell of the golden apple snail Pomacea canaliculata from Iligan city, Philippines
Relative Warp Analysis and Correlation Analysis based on Distances (CORIANDIS) were used to study morphological variations in the shape of the snail P. canaliculata, an invasive pest species of riceExpand
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Describing variations in scales between sexes of the yellowstriped goatfish, Upeneus vittatus (Forskål, 1775) (Perciformes: Mullidae)
Scales have numerous hidden details in their sculptural design that contributes effectively to fish identification and classification. A traditional approach has been made to study the scaleExpand
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Sexual Dimorphism in the Shell Shape of the Golden Apple Snail, Pomacea canaliculata (Lamarck) Using Geometric Morphometric Analysis
It has been accounted that the extent of sexual dimorphism in Pomacea canaliculata, a serious rice pest in Asia, has caused considerable taxonomic confusion. This study was conducted to exploreExpand
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Determination of Sexual Dimorphism in the Primary Wing and Tail Feathers of A SUBSPECIES OF THE Rock Pigeon (Columba livia intermedia) using Principal Component Analysis, Elliptic Fourier Analysis
Absract— Many studies conducted in the last decades have shown that sexual dimorphism observed among species of birds was largely influenced by social mating system and it is more apparent inExpand
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Describing Variability in Wing Shapes among Three Populations of Plesispareichei Using Landmark-Based Geometric Morphometric Analysis
This study was conducted to describe variability in 3 populations of a coconut pest, Plesispareichei landmark-based geometric morphometric analysis of inner wing shapes. A total of 21 landmarks wereExpand
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