Advances in Morphometrics / Edition 1

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Overview

''An important addition to your library.'' —-American Scientist

Multivariate allometry, combining the tools of geometric morphometrics, introduction to outlines.

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'An important addition to your library.'
American Scientist
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Morphometrics is a rapidly evolving field concerned with the study of measurements of organisms. Forty-five contributions to the July 1993 meeting are arranged in two parts. The first addresses theory and methods--data acquisition, landmark methods, and outlines with and without landmarks. The second contains papers on comparing shapes of organisms: geographic, low taxonomic level and intraspecific comparisons, and high taxonomic level comparisons. A sampling of topics: Eigenshape analysis of left ventricular outlines from contrast ventriculograms; spline curves and surfaces for data modeling; sexual dimorphism in the craniofacial skeleton of modern humans; and morphometric pattern and feeding mode in emperor fishes. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780306453014
  • Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York, LLC
  • Publication date: 6/1/1996
  • Series: NATO Science Series: A: Life Sciences , #28
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 620
  • Product dimensions: 1.44 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 9.21 (d)

Table of Contents

Theory and Methods: An Idiosyncratic History of Early Morphometrics; R.A. Reyment. Multivariate Allometry; C.P. Klingenberg. Data Acquisition: Introduction to Data Acquisition; L.F. Marcus. Three-dimensional Data Capture and Acquisition; D. Dean. Two-dimensional Imaging: An Update; A. GarciaValdecasas. Imagina: A Direct Tool for Image Analysis in Systematics; J.M. Becerra. Landmark Methods: Introduction to Landmark Methods; D. Slice. Morphometric Spaces, Shape Components and the Effects of Linear Transformations; F.J. Rohlf. Combining the Tools of Geometric Morphometrics; F.L. Bookstein. Standard Formula for the Uniform Shape Component in Landmark Data; F.L. Bookstein. Affine Transformations as a Modelof Virtual Form Change for Generating Morphospaces; D. Russkin-Gutman, A.D. Buscalioni. Outlines: With and without Landmarks: Introduction to Outlines; F.J. Rohlf. Eigenshape Analysis of Left Ventricular Outlines from Contrast Ventriculograms; P.D. Sampson, et al. Chisquare Test of Biological Space Curve Affinities; D. Dean, et al. Comparing Shapes of Organisms: Geographic Comparisons: Introduction to Geometric Morphometrics and Intraspecific Variation: A Fascinating Adventure; A. Loy. Fluctuating Asymmetry in Mus musculus Subspecific Hybridization: Traditional and Procrustes Comparative Approach; J.C. Auffray, et al. Wing Venation Variability in Monarthropalpus buxi; (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae) and the Quaternary Coevolution of Box; (Buxus sempervirens L.) and Its Midge: A Geometrical Morphometric Analysis; M. Baylac, T. Daufresne. Size and Shape Variation in the Mandible of the Fossorial Rodent Spalax ehrenbergi: A Procrustes Analysis of Three Dimensions; M. Corti, et al. Principal Components of Body Shape Variation within an Endemic Radiation of Threespine Stickleback; J. Walker. Low Taxonomic Level and Intraspecific Comparisons: Introduction to Comparison of Similar Objects Whose Group Identity Is Known; M. Corti. Identification of House Mice Musmusculus, and Mound Building Mice, M. spicilegus, Based on Distance and Landmark Data; A. Demeter et al.. Correspondence between Interlandmark Distances and Caliper Measurements; S. Reig. Some Applications of Geometric Morphometrics to Ostracoda; R.A. Reyment. Shape Changes during the Growth of the Sea Bass, Dicentrarchus labrax (Teleostea: Perciformes), in Relation to Different Rearing Conditions: An Application of Thinplate Spline Regression Analysis; A. Loy, et al. Higher Taxonomic Level Comparisons: Introduction to Comparisons amongTaxa at the Level of Species, Genus and Family; G. Naylor. The Evolution and Growth of the Hominid Pelvis: A Preliminary Thinplate Spline Study of Ilium Shape; C. Berge. Stephanodonty in Fossil Murids: A Landmark based Morphometric Approach; J. van Dam. 16 additional articles. Appendixes. Index.

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