Postnatal Cranial Development in Papionin Primates: An Alternative Model for Hominin Evolutionary Development

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The evolution of hominin growth and life history has long been a subject of intensive research, but it is only recently that paleoanthropologists have considered the ontogenetic basis of human morphological evolution. To date, most human EvoDevo studies have focused on developmental patterns in extant African apes and humans. However, the Old World monkey… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11692-011-9153-4

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@article{Singleton2011PostnatalCD, title={Postnatal Cranial Development in Papionin Primates: An Alternative Model for Hominin Evolutionary Development}, author={Michelle Singleton}, journal={Evolutionary Biology}, year={2011}, volume={39}, pages={499-520} }