Craniofacial variability and modularity in macaques and mice.

@article{Hallgrmsson2004CraniofacialVA,
  title={Craniofacial variability and modularity in macaques and mice.},
  author={Benedikt Hallgr{\'i}msson and Katherine Elizabeth Willmore and Curtis J Dorval and David M. L. Cooper},
  journal={Journal of experimental zoology. Part B, Molecular and developmental evolution},
  year={2004},
  volume={302 3},
  pages={
          207-25
        }
}
Evolutionary developmental biology of primates will be driven largely by the developmental biology of the house mouse. Inferences from how known developmental perturbations produce phenotypic effects in model organisms, such as mice, to how the same perturbations would affect craniofacial form in primates must be informed by comparisons of phenotypic variation and variability in mice and the primate species of interest. We use morphometric methods to compare patterns of cranial variability in… CONTINUE READING

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