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A vector approach to size and shape comparisons among zooids in cheilostome bryozoans
Cheetham, Alan H.
Bibliography: p. 53-55.
|Statement||Alan H. Cheetham and Douglas M. Lorenz.|
|Series||Smithsonian contributions to paleobiology ; no. 29, Smithsonian contributions to paleobiology ;, no. 29.|
|Contributions||Lorenz, Douglas M., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QE701 .S56 no. 29, QE799.C5 .S56 no. 29|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 55 p. :|
|Number of Pages||55|
|LC Control Number||75031747|
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Get this from a library. A vector approach to size and shape comparisons among zooids in cheilostome bryozoans. [Alan H Cheetham; Douglas M Lorenz] -- Although zooid size and shape have long been used in comparative studies of cheilostome bryozoans, procedures for measuring these properties have been little investigated.
Predominatly. A vector approach to size and shape comparisons among zooids in cheilostome bryozoans A vector approach to size and shape comparisons among zooids in cheilostome bryozoans by Cheetham, Alan H.
Publication date This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library. A Vector Approach to Size and Shape Comparisons among Zooids in Cheilostome Bryozoans. Smithsonian Con tributions to Paleobiology, num 55 pages, 37 figures, 19 tables, — Although zooid size and shape have long been used in comparative studies of cheilostome bryozoans, procedures for measuring these properties have been.
iii, 55 p.: 26 cm. A vector approach to size and shape comparisons among zooids in cheilostome bryozoansPages: Zooid size in several species of living cheilostome bryozoans is known to be inversely correlated with temperature.
The potential use of this correlation in relative palaeotemperature inference is investigated by comparing zooid sizes in Recent material of 8 British species with those in conspecific material from the Pliocene Coralline Crag, which was deposited in warmer by: Intracolony variation in zooid size in cheilostome Bryozoans as a new technique for investigating palaeoseasonality.
significantly longer zooids in deeper water, shape of the remaining species. A vector approach to size and shape comparisons among zooids in cheilostome bryozcans The size of cheilostome bryozoan zooids has been widely discussed for its potential in inferring.
A Vector Approach to Size and Shape Comparisons Among Zooids in Cheilostome Bryozoans. Smithsonian Institution Press,Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology, Number 55 pages with 36 figures.
Softbound, xlib, good condition. $ RESULTS: We found substantial body size variation and correlated shape changes among populations. Multivariate regression analysis showed that size variation among populations accounted for 66% of shape variation in females and 38% in males, suggesting that size is the most important dimension underlying shape variation among populations of P Cited by: The geographical variation of body size (body length) of T.
annulata. The body size of male T. annulata varies from mm to mm in length within 39 populations. The one-way ANOVA showed that there were significantly different (F (38,) =P Cited by: For cheilostome bryozoans, therefore, it appears that genetic differentiation between populations is directly associated with the type of larval development.
These data are discussed also with respect to levels of gene diversity and the geological pattern of cheilostome bryozoan species by: Vector Fields and Other Vector Bundle Morphisms — A Singularity Approach. Authors; Ulrich Koschorke; Book.
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Allometry is a well-known study, particularly in statistical shape analysis for its theoretical developments, as well as in biology for practical applications to the differential growth rates of the parts of a living organism's body.
One application is in the study of various insect species (e.g., Hercules beetles), where a small change in overall body size can lead to an enormous. Mandibular shape variation among different size classes of the ant Camponotus sp.(Hymenoptera: Formicidae) Nur-Aynie B.
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To do this, landmarks taken from digital images of a total of sixty. External morphology is commonly used to identify bats as well as to investigate flight and foraging behavior, typically relying on simple length and area measures or ratios. However, geometric morphometrics is increasingly used in the biological sciences to analyse variation in shape and discriminate among species and populations.
Here we compare the ability of traditional versus. and were therefore interpreted as a size axis, whereas the remaining axes were interpreted as reﬂecting diVerent aspects of worker shape (Table 1,Fig. More than 80% of the variance was concentrated on the ﬁrst PC, indicating that the rate of size variation in ants is more than ﬁve times larger than the rate of shape evolution.
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