Hi folks,

Please see our paper Torres‐Tamayo, N., García‐Martínez, D., Lois
Zlolniski, S., Torres‐Sánchez, I., García‐Río, F., & Bastir, M.
(2018). 3D analysis of sexual dimorphism in size, shape and breathing
kinematics of human lungs. Journal of anatomy, 232(2), 227-237.
We applied 3D geometric morphometrics of sliding semilandmarks to highly
variable soft tissue (lungs) and we obtained very interesting results
on sexual dimorphism.

Cheers from Madrid,


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