Evolution and Structure of the Turtle Shell

@inproceedings{Pritchard2007EvolutionAS,
  title={Evolution and Structure of the Turtle Shell},
  author={P. Pritchard},
  year={2007}
}
The ecomorphology of the shell of extant turtles and its applications for fossil turtles
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Although the shape of the shell of turtles indeed contains an ecological signal, it is overall too weak to uncover using shell shape in paleoecological studies, at least with the methods selected. Expand
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1 Centro de Ciências, Departamento de Geologia, Universidade Federal do Ceará, Fortaleza, Brazil 2 Department of Geology and Paleontology, Museu Nacional/Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, RioExpand
Shell variability in the basal turtles Proterochersis spp . ( # 29084 ) 1
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Please submit by 14 Jul 2018 for the benefit of the authors (and your $200 publishing discount). Structure and Criteria Please read the 'Structure and Criteria' page for general guidance. AuthorExpand
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The idea that warped FE models run with simplifying assumptions at least can provide useful information for comparative biomechanical studies is supported. Expand
Phenotypic innovation and repeatability in turtles
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This dissertation research aimed to address the fascinating topic of evolutionary divergence in processes governing development of phenotypic innovation in turtles by employing an evo-devo framework to uncover developmental underpinnings of phenotypesic innovation and repeatability. Expand
Genome-Wide Association Study (GWAS) to Identify Salt-Tolerance QTLs Carrying Novel Candidate Genes in Rice During Early Vegetative Stage
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Bibliography of Peter C.H. Pritchard
  • A. Rhodin, S. Thomson
  • Biology
  • Chelonian Conservation and Biology: Celebrating 25 Years as the World's Turtle and Tortoise Journal
  • 2020
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Divergence in Morphology, Clinging Ability and Self-Righting Ability of Two Sympatric Box Turtles (Cuora)
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