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Title: A first glimpse at the influence of body mass in the morphological integration of the limb long bones: an investigation in modern rhinoceroses
Author(s): Mallet, C.; Billet, G.; Houssaye, A.; Cornette, R.
Year published: 2020
Journal: Journal of Anatomy
Volume: 237 (4)
Pages: 704-726 -
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The appendicular skeleton of tetrapods is a particularly integrated structure due to the shared developmental origin or similar functional constraints exerted on its elements. Among these constraints, body mass is considered strongly to influence its integration but its effect on shape covariatio...

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