comparative methods

The evolution of the platyrrhine talus A comparative analysis of the phenetic affinities of the Miocene platyrrhines with their modern relatives

New World monkeys, Talar morphology, Geometric morphometrics, Locomotor mode percentages, Phylogenetic comparative methods, Body mass prediction

A biomechanical approach to understand the ecomorphological relationship between primate mandibles and diet

biomechanics, FEA, shape, mandible, primates

Standing on the Shoulders of Apes Analyzing the Form and Function of the Hominoid Scapula Using Geometric Morphometrics and Finite Element Analysis

shape, biomechanical performance, scapulae, hominoidea