[MORPHMET] New publication on patterns of skull modularity and integration over postnatal ontogeny

2016-09-29 Thread 'Tina Klenovšek' via MORPHMET
Dear Morphometricians, we wish to inform you about a publication on skull modularity and integration across ontogenetic stages in a long-lived vole with well-defined age stages conducted on wild and laboratory bred specimens from two phylogenetic groups: Modularity and cranial

RE: [MORPHMET] digitizing very variable leaves

2018-03-14 Thread 'Tina Klenovšek' via MORPHMET
nd without lobes? __ F. James Rohlf, Distinguished Prof. Emeritus Dept. Anthropology and Ecology & Evolution Stonybrook University Original message ---- From: 'Tina Klenovšek' via MORPHMET <morphmet@morphometrics.org> Date: 3/12/18 10:56 AM (GMT-10:00) To: morphm

RE: [MORPHMET] digitizing very variable leaves

2018-03-15 Thread 'Tina Klenovšek' via MORPHMET
ogy & Evolution Stonybrook University ---- Original message From: 'Tina Klenovšek' via MORPHMET <morphmet@morphometrics.org<mailto:morphmet@morphometrics.org>> Date: 3/12/18 10:56 AM (GMT-10:00) To: morphmet@morphometrics.org<mailto:morphmet@morphometrics.org> Subje

[MORPHMET] digitizing very variable leaves

2018-03-19 Thread 'Tina Klenovšek' via MORPHMET
Thank you all for sharing experiences and ideas. For the moment we decided to stick to methods based on landmarks but analyze simple leaves and leaves with exactly three lobes separately. In addition, leaves from simple oval to heavily lobed will be analyzed jointly with outline methods as most