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REFERENCIA

AVIS 2008 sesion 1 (texto 1) sesion 2 (texto 2) sesion 3 (texto 3) sesion 4 (texto 4)

REVISIONES

-*Thompson, D'Arcy. 1917. On growth and form (Sobre el crecimiento y la forma, Hermann Blume Ediciones, Madrid, 1980. trad. de JM Ibeas) Cap. IX. Sobre la teoría de las transformaciones, o la comparación de formas correlacionadas (pp. 259-281y 298-312) disponible en fotocopias

*-Adams, DC., FJ Rohlf & DE Slice, 2003. Geometric Morphometrics: Ten Years of Progress following the "Revolution" Ital. J. Zool., 71:5-16

-Rohlf, FJ. & LF Marcus, 1993. A Revolution in Morphometrics. Tree 8: 129-132

Rohlf, F.J. 1990. Morphometrics. Ann Rev. Ecol System. 21: 299-316

*-Slide, D. 2007. Geometric Morphometrics. Annu. Rev. Anthropol.36:261-281

-Bookstein, F. 1993. A brief history of the morphometric synthesis in Contributions to Morphometrics... (pp. 16-40)  disponible en fotocopias

FUNDAMENTOS TEORICOS

-Bookstein, FL, 1991. Morphometric tools for landmark data: Geometry and Biology, Cambridge University Press (pp. 1-8; 55-68)  disponible en fotocopias

Rohlf, FJ., 1993. Relative warp analysis and an example of its application to mosquito wings in Contributions to Morphometrics (Ed. by LF Marcus, E. Bello & A. García-Valdecasas). Monografías. Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales, CSIC, Madrid (132-159)

-Slice, DE., 2000. Geometry of landmarks aligned by Procrustes analysis. Am. J. Phys. Anthrop. 283-284 (in extenso en Slice, DE. Landmark coordinates aligned by procrustes analysis do not lie in Kendall’s shape space, MS) disponible en fotocopias

-O'Higgins, P, 2000. The study of morphological variation in the hominid fossil record: biology, landmarks and geometry J. Anatomy 197: 103-120

 -Bookstein, FL., 1996. Combining the tools of geometric morphometrics in Advances in Morphometrics, Ed. by LF Marcus , M Corti, A. Loy, GJP Naylor & DE Slice NATO ASI Series, Series A: Life Sciences Vol. 284 (131-151)  disponible en fotocopias

-Monteiro, L. 1999. Multivariate regression models and geometric morphometrics: the search for causal factors in the analysis of shape. System. Biol. 48: 192-199

FJ Rohlf & M Corti, 2000. Use of Two-Block Partial Least-Squares to Study Covariation in Shape. Systematic Biology 49: 740-753.

Rohlf FJ, 1998. On Applications of Geometric Morphometrics to Studies of Ontogeny and Phylogeny. Systematic Biology 47: 147-158.

Rohlf FJ 2003. Bias and error in estimates of mean shape in geometric morphometrics. Journal of Human Evolution 44: 665-683

APLICACION BIOLOGIA EVOLUTIVA

Adams DC & DJ Funk, 1997. Morphometric Inferences on Sibling Species and Sexual Dimorphism in Neochlamisus bebbianae Leaf Beetles: Multivariate Applications of the Thin-Plate Spline Systematic Biology, Vol. 46: 180-194.

-Adams D & FJ Rohlf 2000. Ecological character displacement in Plethodon: Biomechanical differences found from a geometric morphometric study. PNASc USA 97: 4106-4111

RC Albertson, JT Streelman & TD Kocher 2003. Directional selection has shaped the oral jaws of Lake Malawi cichlid fishes PNAS 100: 5252-5257

Duarte LC, L Monteiro, FJ Von Zuben &SF Dos Reis, 2000. Variation in Mandible Shape in Thrichomys apereoides (Mammalia: Rodentia): Geometric Analysis of a Complex Morphological Structure. Systematic Biology 49: 563-578.

ANATOMIA MAXILOFACIAL

Rosas A & M Bastir 2002. Thin-Plate Spline Analysis of Allometry and Sexual Dimorphism in the Human Craniofacial Complex Am. J. Phys. Anthrop. 117:236–245

Luiz Airton Saavedra de Paiva and Marco Segre 2003 Sexing the human skull through the mastoid process Rev. Hosp. Clín. Fac. Med. S. Paulo 58: 15-20

J PETERSON AND PC. DECHOW Material Properties of the Human Cranial Vault and Zygoma THE ANATOMICAL RECORD PART A 274A:785–797 (2003)

-Franchi, L, T Baccetti, JA McNamara, 2001 Thin-Plate Spline Analysis of Mandibular Growth, Angle Orthodontist, 71: 83-89

GD Singh, BS Thind, 2003. Effects of the headgear-activator Teuscher appliance in the treatment of class II division 1 malocclusion: a geometric morphometric study. Orthodontics and Craniofacial Research 6: 88-95.

GD Singh, 2002. Morphospatial analysis of soft-tissue profile in patients with Class II division 1 malocclusion treated using twin block appliances: geometric morphometrics. Orthodontics and Craniofacial Research 5: 38-50

McIntyre GT & PA Mossey, 2003. Size and shape measurement in contemporary cephalometrics. European Journal of Orthodontics 25: 231-242

ANTROPOLOGIA FISICA

-Bookstein, F (...) L Marcus, 1999. Comparing Frontal Cranial Profiles in Archaic and Modern Homo by Morphometric Analysis, The Anatom. Rec. (New Anat.) 257: 217–224

Lockwood CA, WH Kimbel & JM Lynch 2004. Morphometrics and hominoid phylogeny: Support for a chimpanzee-human clade and differentiation among great ape subspecies. PNASc USA 10: 4356-4360

-O'Higgins, P. & N. Jones, 1998. Facial growth in Cercocebus torquatus: an application of three-dimensional geometric morphometric techniques to the study of morphological variation, J. of Anat. 193: 251-272

Rosas A &.M Bastir 2004. Geometric morphometric analysis of allometric variation in the mandibular morphology of the hominids of Atapuerca, Sima de los Huesos site. Anatomical Record Part a-Discoveries in Molecular Cellular and Evolutionary Biology, 278A: 551-560

Viarsdóttir, U, P O’Higgins and Chris Stringer, 2002. A geometric morphometric study of regional differences in the ontogeny of the modern human facial skeleton, J. Anat.201: 211–229

 

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