Heterochrony and geometric morphometrics: a comparison of cranial growth in Pan paniscus versus Pan troglodytes

@article{Mitteroecker2005HeterochronyAG,
  title={Heterochrony and geometric morphometrics: a comparison of cranial growth in Pan paniscus versus Pan troglodytes},
  author={P. Mitteroecker and P. Gunz and F. Bookstein},
  journal={Evolution & Development},
  year={2005},
  volume={7}
}
  • P. Mitteroecker, P. Gunz, F. Bookstein
  • Published 2005
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Evolution & Development
  • Summary Heterochrony, the classic framework in which to study ontogeny and phylogeny, in essence relies on a univariate concept of shape. Though principal component (PC) plots of multivariate shape data seem to resemble classical bivariate allometric plots, the language of heterochrony cannot be translated directly into general multivariate methodology. We simulate idealized multivariate ontogenetic trajectories and explore their appearance in PC plots of shape space and size–shape space. Only… CONTINUE READING
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