Data from: Testing adaptive hypotheses of convergence with functional landscapes: a case study of bone-cracking hypercarnivores

 

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Title Computer Tomography data for Proteles cristata, J050607T02
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Description CT image data (DICOM format) of Proteles cristata scanned at University of California, Los Angeles Medical Center using Siemens Definition 64 CT scanner on 26 October 2007.
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Title Finite element models of skulls of actual species analyzed
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Description The zip file contains finite element models for the 13 species of hyaenids and canids analyzed in the paper. All models, except for Proteles cristata and Ictitherium sp., are derived from published papers cited in the text of the study. All models are in Strand7 format (*.st7). Additional formats are available upon request to the author.
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Title Finite element models of theoretical skull shapes based on Ictitherium sp.
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Description This zip file contains 36 finite element models of theoretical skull shapes modified from the skull of Ictitherium sp. All models were morphed (file names indicate model number, followed by percentage in width (w), depth (d), or rostral/skull length (r; held constant) relative to the original Ictitherium model) using Geomagic Studio. All models are in Strand7 format (*.st7). Additional formats are available upon request to the author.
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Tseng ZJ (2013) Testing adaptive hypotheses of convergence with functional landscapes: a case study of bone-cracking hypercarnivores. PLoS ONE 8(5): e65305. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0065305

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Tseng ZJ (2013) Data from: Testing adaptive hypotheses of convergence with functional landscapes: a case study of bone-cracking hypercarnivores. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.r2b1h
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